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Overview

The department of Information and Communication Technology has developed into a centre for excellence, providing opportunities for innovation and research, with well-equipped computer laboratories and dedicated faculty.

 

The department takes great pride in preparing the students for the industrial demands of software and hardware sectors. Students are also trained in software development tools.

 

The department offers B.Tech (Information Technology, Computer and Communication Engineering), M.Tech (Software Engineering, Computer Networking & Engineering) and PhD programs.

 

VISION

"Excellence in Information and Communication Technology education through continuous learning and teamwork"

 

MISSION

"To provide expertise in planning, designing, implementing and deploying IT infrastructure, to realize information systems aiming at providing solutions to societal requirements, and to promote quality education and research."

 

Core competencies

  • Image Processing
  • Software Design, Implementation and Testing
  • Data Communication
  • Networking
  • Data Mining and Warehousing

 

Collaborations

  • Department has tie-up with CISCO for a certification course
  • MOU with ISEP Paris, France
  • MOU with University of Eindhoven, Netherlands.

Programs

The Department of Information and Communication Technology, MIT offers the following programs:

 

B.Tech - Information Technology

 

B.Tech - Computer and Communication Engineering

 

M.Tech - Software Engineering

 

M.Tech - Computer Networking and Engineering

 

Faculty

Facilities

Laboratories

World-class laboratories give learning a practical dimension

Innovation Centre

State-of-the-art Innovation Centre to facilitate multi-disciplinary research

Libraries

Libraries have excellent resources for reference and study

MUTBI

Paper tree - A green initiative by MIT students of MUTBI

Computing Facility

Wi-fi campus with modern computing and digital facilities

Research & Publications

The areas of research of the department are signal and image processing, analogue and digital vlsi, mems and nanotechnology, wireless and fibre optical communication, embedded system design and application and information theory and coding. The department has a well-equipped research lab to encourage and promote research activities.

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