Department of Computer Engineering
The Department of Computer Engineering was established in 1991. The first course started was B.E. in computer Engineering with intake 60. The student to faculty ratio for computer engineering is 16.
The department has purchased software for facilitating project development and research among the faculty and the students.
The main features of the computer centers are:
- All systems are on a campus-wide network
- Centralized credential validation
- User file system on centralized terabyte store
- Cooperative software development
The department has computer labs to give the students hand-on experience in operating systems. As of 2011 they support :
- Mac OS X (using eMacs) with Classic (OS 9.2.2) support --- used for training in graphics, system security, web design, etc.
- Windows XP
- Linux (RedHat) - used for everyday file sharing/knowledge transfer
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