|Name of the department||Information Technology|
|Year of starting||1999|
|1st year of approval by council||1999 742-1-5(GUJ)/EI/99, 6/7/99|
|Year Wise Sanctioned Intake||60|
|Vision||The department aims to nurture students to be IT professionals who are innovative and technically competent to meet the advancements in industrial and societal needs.|
|Mission||1. To produce technically competent and socially responsible graduates. |
2. To develop well-equipped laboratories to gain practical exposure in IT practices.
3. To support research culture, consultancy work and enhancement of entrepreneurship skills.
4. To enhance industry linkage for good placements and real-world exposure.
5. To encourage, involve and support students for environmental and social well being.
|Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)||1. The graduate will be a competent professional with high-level technical proficiency in the field of Information Technology to identify problems and develop innovative solutions to meet the industrial needs.|
2. The graduate will exhibit professionalism, teamwork, leadership skills and exposure to current needs.
3. The graduate will be capable enough to adapt the changes in roles and responsibilities through professional development and lifelong learning over self-study or continuing education in IT or managerial studies.
4. The graduates will ethically apply their computing knowledge and skills considering societal, economic and environmental factors.
|Program Specific Outcome (PSOs)||1. Apply design and development principles to develop software applications/products of varying complexity in emerging areas.|
2. Ability to apply mathematical methodologies to solve computation task, model real world problem using appropriate data structure and suitable algorithm.
3. Ability to use current tools and techniques necessary for computing practices.
4. Ability to use knowledge in various domains to identify research gaps and provides innovative solution.