The department of Information Technology was established in the year 2000.

IT includes several layers of physical equipment (hardware), virtualization and management or automation tools, operating systems and applications (software) used to perform essential functions. User devices, peripherals and software, such as laptops, smartphones or even recording equipment, can be included in the IT domain. IT can also refer to the architectures, methodologies and regulations governing the use and storage of data.

Business applications include databases like SQL Server, transactional systems such as real-time order entry, email servers like Exchange, Web servers like Apache, customer relationship management and enterprise resource planning systems. These applications execute programmed instructions to manipulate, consolidate, disperse or otherwise affect data for a business purpose.

Computer servers run business applications. Servers interact with client users and other servers across one or more business networks. Storage is any kind of technology that holds information as data. Information can take any form including file data, multimedia, telephony data and Web data, data from sensors or future formats. Storage includes volatile random access memory (RAM) as well as non-volatile tape, hard disk and solid-state flash drives.

IT architectures have evolved to include virtualization and cloud computing, where physical resources are abstracted and pooled in different configurations to meet application requirements. Clouds may be distributed across locations and shared with other IT users, or contained within a corporate data center, or some combination of both deployments.


The lab is installed with all important editors like CodeBlock,Dev C++ provides a dual operating system environment where the students can learn to execute C and C++ programs in all types of environments.


Database Management System Lab

The Lab is dedicated to Database related practicals. High configuration computer systems installed with software like Oracle Server, MySQL is used by the students to execute their Database related projects and assignments.



Equipped with latest networking-related devices, the lab facilitates students to perform Computer Network practicals. All important Network Simulators like Cisco Packet Tracer, NetSim, OMNET and NS3 are installed to provide a solution to the practical problems faced by computer scientists.



The lab provides a requisite environment for Design and Analysis of Algorithms for solving complex problems in the field of computer science. Students execute all data structure and other algorithm related practical in the lab. The latest platforms/compilers are provided to the students to run their programs.


The lab is dedicated to the students to develop their Minor and Major projects. All project related software is installed in this lab to fulfil the requirements of development.


The students receive hands-on practical experience in the field of System Administration, System Engineering, Hacking and Security. Red Hat Linux Administration is the key practice in this lab.


Compiler Design Lab

A compiler translates (or compiles) a program written in a high-level programming language that is suitable for human programmers into the low-level machine language that is required by computers. During this process, the compiler will also attempt to spot and report obvious programmer mistakes.