The department of Computer Science and Engineering has 18 fully Air-conditioned computer labs, 710 latest Intel core i3/Dual Core computers running Linux/Windows Operating Systems and a server room containing Rack servers. All these computing resources are inter-connected with high speed intranet having 100 Mbps Internet connectivity.
Laboratories and their Facilities
Programming for Problem Solving Lab
Computer Programming laboratory is designed to familiarize students with the basic components of programming, so as to be able to initiate the students into the discipline of Programming Languages. Through this lab students get the ability to design, develop, test and document structured programs in C language. The expectation is that students will become self-sufficient in learning any programming language on their own thereafter.
Facilities: 60 number of Dell Vostro I3 6th Generation, 4 GB RAM, 1TB-SATA Hard Disk @ 7200 RPM, 18.5" LCD Monitor, Dual Boot Microsoft Windows 7 Academic License, Ubuntu for Linux, Dev C++ / Borland C++ Compiler.
Data Structures Lab
The main purpose is to study fundamental data structures, their design, implementation, efficiency and understand how the choice of data structures can lead to efficient implementations of algorithms in solving problems.
Facilities: 70 number of Dell Vostro I3 7th Generation, 4 GB RAM, 1-TB SATA Hard Disk @ 7200 RPM, 18.5" LCD Monitor, Dual Boot Microsoft Windows 7 Academic License, Ubuntu for Linux, Dev C++ / Borland C++ Compiler.