Software Engineering Lab:
The Software Engineering Laboratory is established to assess the measurement and evaluation of the software development process. In this lab a large number of experiments have been designed to give in depth knowledge of software development, deployment and maintenance process. This lab consists of 30 computers and software such as Java and VB.
Graphics Lab and Data structure Lab:
The Graphics Lab helps to improve knowledge about presentation of graphical contents in 2 D and 3D including implemenattion of sophisticated algorithms used in graphics. In Data structures lab, students learn how to design, implement various data structure. This lab consist of 30 nodes, all network connected in star topology. The lab uses Turbo C ++ , Java , Visual Basic software to develop relevant programs.
Final year students of Computer Science & Engineering and Information Technology branch perform their final year project work in this lab under the guidance of their respective project guides. The scope of the project includes the concepts, methodologies, techniques etc. in the area of computer science, information technology and may overlap with concepts in areas such as mathematics, logic, and software engineering as well. The project lab consists of 60 nodes in all and provides many platforms/softwares such as Visual Studio 6.0, Oracle 8i, Developer 2000, Network Simulators, MATLAB, .NET, Office 2000, Turbo C/C++. Adobe Page Maker, Java kit, PL/SQL, TASM, Corel Draw, Norton Antivirus 2002, Red-hat Linux 7.1. Students are encourged to work for their dream projects even beyond college hours.
The 4th semester students do the work on databases such as Oracle, Access etc. This Lab consists of 30 nodes all connected in star topology and various software installed such as D2K, PL/SQL, Windows NT.
Basic Computer & Languages Lab:
Interactive multimedia software tools like Comdex which give the first year students the exposure of basics of Computers and Peripherals in English as well as Hindi language. This Lab is consisting of 30 nodes in all and specifically designed to train first year students.
Logic Design Lab and Computer Organization Lab:
This Lab consists of 30 computers and various software Win-XP, TASM. For performing the hardware related experiments various equipments as Digital Trainer Kit, Bread Boards, DVM. 4th semester students learn to control hardware through software using Assembly Language.
Cryptography & Network Security Lab and Algorithm Lab:
The Cryptography & Network Security Lab provides the essential aspects of security to implement. The Algorithm lab mainly focuses on the design, Analysis and experimentation of different algorithm related to advance Data structure. This lab helps students to analyse the concepts of advanced design techniques. This lab consist of 30 computers and use Turbo C++ software to simulate the related programs.
Numerical Techniques Lab:
This lab is consisting of 30 computers connected via star configuration. Engineering Students perform numerical analysis experiments using C language.
Operating Systems Lab:
This lab is consisting of 30 computers connected to the server. Students learn the fundamentals of Operating Systems and works on many Operating System including Windows, UNIX, and LINUX and they also prepare case studies.
Computer Center & Internet Center:
For providing Internet facility for the students, faculty, and staff, Internet services from Tulip (14 Mbps optical fiber leased line) and Reliance Digicom (2 Mbps RF link) are employed. Internet center and computer center are central facilities open to students of all branches beyond Institute hours in late evening to provide the maximum benefits to the students. CS&IT department runs and maintains these centers for providing computing and Internet Facility to students and staff of whole institute.
In all the labs, Scanners, Printers are also available for the students. Department is also having the Multimedia LCD projector and Laptops. All labs are equipped with necessary application software like Visual Studio 6.0, Oracle 8i, Developer 2000, Office 2000, Turbo C/C++. Adobe Page Maker, Java kit, PL/SQL, TASM, Corel Draw, Norton Antivirus 2002, Red-hat Linux 7.1. We are also member of Microsoft’s MSDN Academic Alliance. Under this alliance our students and faculty members can access and use latest versions of Microsoft’s operating systems and software for academic use.
The Computer Science & Engineering Departmental Library:
The Computer Science & Engineering Departmental Library serves the academic and research needs of the department. By providing Curriculum books including text books and reference books, journals, technical reports, project reports, Technical magazine (Chip, Digit) and other scholarly materials to faculty, researchers, and undergraduate students in the field of Computer Science and Information Technology, the library is a vital resource for information.