Information Technology Engineering Lectures & Courses

Information Technology Engineering is a professional engineering stream which mainly focuses on studying the utilization of computers and telecommunications. The entire course is based on how these two will affect the way one can control, gather and store the information. The software and hardware play a vital role in this stream as they integrate both for better communication purpose.  The students who have pursued this course are provided with so many opportunities. The advancement in technological trends has increased the career scope for Information Technology engineers.

The IT engineering concentrates on providing students with both theoretical and practical knowledge. The curriculum is intended to enhance the technological depth of skills as well as knowledge in analyzing, design, implementation, and use of the technology core as well as specialization skills.

Key Focus Areas of Course


Information Technology provides the following key facets to students

  • ·         Fundamental concepts of web systems, computer engineering, information security, and computer networking.
  • ·         Enhances the analysis skills of students by providing them with theoretical and practical knowledge of the websites and software.

Eligibility Criteria


The candidates who want to pursue Information Technology Engineering can either opt for as their under graduation or post-graduation stream

  • ·        Under Graduation- Candidate should have at least 50% of marks or its equivalent in 12th class.
  • ·        Post-Graduation- The candidate should pass with first class (at least 60%) in the Engineering and Technology stream.

Subjects in Information Technology Engineering


·         Semester 1

·         Semester 2

·         Semester 3

  • 1.       Engineering Mathematics 3
  • 2.       Logic Design
  • 3.       Data Structures and Analysis
  • 4.       Database Management System
  • 5.       Principle of Communications

·         Semester 4

  • 1.       Engineering Mathematics 4
  • 2.       Computer Networks
  • 3.       Operating Systems
  • 4.       Computer Organization and Architecture
  • 5.       Automata Theory

·         Semester 5

  • 1.       Microcontroller and Embedded Programming
  • 2.       Internet Programming
  • 3.       Advanced Data Management Technology
  • 4.       Cryptography and Network Security

·         Semester 6

  • 1.       Software Engineering with Project Management
  • 2.       Data Mining and Business Intelligence
  • 3.       Cloud Computing and Services
  • 4.       Wireless Networks

·         Semester 7

  • 1.       Enterprise Network Design
  • 2.       Infrastructure Security
  • 3.       Artificial Intelligence

·         Semester 8

  • 1.       Big Data Analysis
  • 2.       Internet of Everything

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