As a field of study that deals with collecting, compiling and converting raw information into useful data, Information Technology has emerged as one of the most sought after branches of engineering in today’s world. Information Technology focuses on utilizing computers and telecommunications in order to control, gather, store and circulate information. In view of the rapid advancements in the field of IT, the Department of Information Technology has formulated the following objectives:
To provide exposure to the latest trends in the field of Information Technology.
To equip students with practical knowledge to devise solutions to digital problems.
To facilitate the betterment of the students through state-of-the-art laboratories and qualified faculty.
To equip students with organizational and management skills.
To instill ethical and moral principles in the students.
The Department of Information Technology is endowed with state-of-the-art laboratories, seminar halls and classrooms towards fulfilling these objectives.
Recent trends like online shopping, digital marketing, social networking, digital communication, cloud computing, Mobile, and big data for solving many social and business problems have highlighted the need for graduates who are experts in IT. The IT experts take up various roles such as ERP, Network analyst, system administrator, software engineer etc.., in several PSUs and private organizations.
The graduates can opt for immediate employment through placements or higher education through advanced courses such as M.Tech or Masters of Science (MS) across India or abroad for various advanced computing courses.
Operating System Lab
Scripting Languages Lab
Artificial Intelligence Lab
Database Management System Lab
Problem Solving & Programming Lab
Information Technology Workshop Lab
Computer Programming Lab / Data Structures Lab
Object oriented programming through JAVA Lab
Compiler Design Lab & Assembly language Programming Lab
Computer Networking Systems Lab / Unified Modeling Lab & TESTING Lab
Mobile Development Lab / Web Technologies Lab & Data Mining Lab
1: An ability to apply the fundamental knowledge of mathematics, computing, science, and engineering to solve Information Technology problems.
2: An ability to design and conduct engineering experiments as well as to analyze and interpret data with rubrics.
3: An ability to design and construct a hardware and software system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints with core instruction and state-of-the art knowledge.
4: An ability to function on multi – disciplinary teams.
5: An ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems in the Information Technology field.
6: An understanding of professional, social and ethical responsibility with informed citizenship.
7: An ability to apply the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, and societal context.
8: An ability to recognize the need for and to engage in life – long learning.
9: An ability to apply computational skills and knowledge to maintain environmental sustainability.
10: An ability to use computer programming skills and modern engineering tools in networking and security necessary for engineering practice.
11: An ability to communicate effectively in both verbal and written usage.
12: An ability to understand and implement inter disciplinary concepts for project management and finance.
|S.NO||NAME OF THE FACULTY||DESIGNATION||DEPARTMENT|
|1||Dr. B RAMA SUBBAREDDY||Professor & HOD||IT|
|2||B KIRAN KUMAR||Associate Professor||IT|
|5||THABASSUM KHAN||Assistant Professor||IT|
|6||B HARIKA||Assistant Professor||IT|
|7||S HEERA||Assistant Professor||IT|
|8||B NAGARJUNA||Assistant Professor||IT|
|9||T MUNAIAH||Assistant Professor||IT|
|10||U G SREEHITHA||Assistant Professor||IT|
|YEAR||I SEM||II SEM|
|I||Algebra & Calculus||Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering|
|I||Chemistry||Probability and Statistics|
|I||Problem Solving & Programming||Applied Physics|
|II||Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science||Number Theory and Applications|
|II||Digital Logic Design||Computer Organization|
|II||Design Thinking||Formal Languages and Automata Theory|
|II||Database Management Systems||Software Engineering|
|II||Object Oriented Programming through Java||Python Programming|
|II||Design and Analysis of Algorithms||Operating Systems|
|II||Biology For Engineers(Audit Course)||Environmental Science(Audit Course)|
|III||Computer Networks||Software Testing|
|III||Object Oriented Analysis and Design||Information Security|
|III||Formal Languages & Automata Theory||Web Technologies|
|III||Data Warehousing & Mining||Compiler Design|
|III||Design and Analysis of Algorithms||Cloud Computing|
|III||Introduction to Big Data||Intellectual Property Rights|
|III||Social Values & Ethics (Audit Course)||****|
|IV||Management Science||Mobile Computing|
|IV||Internetworking with TCP/IP||Cyber Security|
|IV||Mobile Application Development||****|
|IV||Software Project Management||****|
|IV||Human Computer Interaction||****|
|I YEAR||II YEAR||III YEAR||IV YEAR|
|Algebra and Calculus||Mathematics III||Computer Networks||Management Science|
|Applied Physics||Database Management Systems||Object Oriented Analysis & Design||Internetworking with TCP/IP|
|Problem Solving & Programming||Discrete Mathematics||Formal Languages & Automata Theory||Information Security|
|Communicative English - I||Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering||Data Warehousing & Mining||Scripting Languages|
|Workshop - I||Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis||
a. Introduction to Big Data
b. Embedded Systems
c. Computer Animation
|Mobile Application Development|
|Applied Physics Lab||Database Management Systems Laboratory||UML & CN Laboratory||
a. Machine Learning
b. Software Project Management
c. Enabling Technologies for Data Science & Analytics: IoT
|Problem Solving & Programming Lab||Basic Electrical and Electronics Laboratory||Data warehousing & Mining Laboratory||
a. Human Computer Interaction
b. Information Retrieval Systems
c. Real Time Systems
|Communicative English - I Lab||Audit course – Social Values & Ethics||Scripting Languages Laboratory|
|Mobile Application Development Laboratory|
|I YEAR||II YEAR||III YEAR||IV YEAR|
|Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering||Probability and Statistics||Compiler Design||
a. Data Analytics
b. Mobile Computing
c.Innovations and IT Management
|Probability and Statistics||Software Engineering||Data Warehousing & Mining||
a. Building Large Scale Software Systems
b. Enabling Technologies for Data Science Analytics : IoT
c. Cyber Security
|Applied Physics||Computer Organization||Design Patterns||Technical Seminar|
|Data Structures||Microprocessors & Interfacing||Design and Analysis of Algorithms||Project Work|
|Communicative English - I||Object Oriented Programming using Java||Web and Internet Technologies||Comprehensive Viva-Voce|
|Computer Science and Engineering Workshop||Formal Languages and Automata Theory||
a. Artificial Intelligence
b. Linux Environment System
c.System Applications & Product
d.Intellectual Property Rights
|Communicative English - I Laboratory||Microprocessors & Interfacing Laboratory||Web and Internet Technologies Laboratory|
|Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Laboratory||Java Programming Laboratory||Data Warehousing & Mining Laboratory|
|Applied Physics Laboratory||Comprehensive Online Examination-I||Comprehensive Online Examination-II|