Keeping in view the high cost of education in reputed

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Keeping in view, the high cost of education in reputed private institutions, a comfortable and affordable fee structure has been designed so that the students who cannot get admission in private institutions and professional courses can be trained to make useful and significant contribution in making our country prosperous. This PGD Diploma is also extremely helpful for those graduate students of Arts, who want to get professional/technical training in the fields of Business/Industrial management and computer programing and find jobs in Industry and other organizations. The diploma is offered subject to the availability of classrooms and computer laboratory. Eligibility Applicants must be at-least graduate (in any field) or have equivalent degree with a minimum of 2nd division from a recognized university. Merit The merit will be determined on the basis of Test and Interview. —————————————————— Scheme of Studies is available with the Centre. ——————————————————
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130 Prospectus Year 2015 Institute of Computing Established 2009 Undergraduate Programs BS(CS), BS(IT), BS(TS) Postgraduate Programs PhD(CS), MS(CS), MS(IT), MCS, MIT, M.Sc. (TS) Enrollment Please see the relevant chart. Departments Department of Computer Science Department of Information Technology Department of Telecommunication Systems Introduction The Institute of Computing came into existence in April 2009, as an up- gradation of the Department of Computer Science which was established in 1995. Today, the Institute provides an excellent educational environment that aims at bringing out the best in the knowledge-seekers. As the computing industry matured, professional qualifications are becoming more and more essential. The taught curriculum encompasses the recommendation of IEEE and ACM joint committee on Computer Science Curriculum and also conforms to the recommendations of the National Curriculum Revision Committee in the Information Technology, Computer Science and Telecommunication Systems, duly approved by the Higher Education Commission, Ministry of Education and Ministry of Science and Technology. The students in the Institute of Computing have almost unlimited access to computers and the professional software tools that go with them. The Institute has over 10 teaching laboratories/interactive classrooms, which are equipped with more than 400 Dual Core based multimedia PCs loaded with Windows XP, Linux, Sun V890 Server, Sun StorEdge 6610 SAN and Sun Ultra Sparc Enterprise System with 40 Sun Ray-I workstations. All these teaching laboratories/interactive classrooms are networked to 10 common Dual/Quad Xeon based servers. They are also connected to the university Fiber Optic based Campus LAN and to the outside world via HEC PERN-1 & PERN-2 network. Each of them is fitted with an overhead multimedia projector. The Institute also has the facility of Video Conferencing Room funded by the HEC, which will provide an opportunity of access and connectivity for the University to the human resource across the globe. It will help to boost the level of academic and
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