SSN Department of Information Technology
The Department of Information Technology was established in the year 1999. The Department with 23 faculty members and 350 students work closely together in an open, collegial atmosphere. With Anna University's curriculum, the Department places equal emphasis on theoretical and experimental Information Technology. The Department has organized Faculty Development programs sponsored by AICTE-ISTE and Anna University. The Department has organized a National Conference on Bio-signal Communication and Networking, NCBCN 2005. The Department has been organizing many symposium and guest lectures. The Department has state-of-the-art facilities for various labs, a Seminar hall and a Department library. The Department has produced 6th Rank in the University of Madras examination held in the year 2003. The eligible current Final year under graduate students have been placed in various reputed companies through campus selection.
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