Duration: 2 years
Candidates who have acquired B.E/B.Tech/ AMIE or equivalent degree in Computer Science/ Information Science/ Electronics & Communication Engineering/ Telecommunication Engineering/ Electrical & Electronics Engineering by securing not less than 50% marks in aggregate are eligible. However in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST /Group 1, the aggregate percent of marks in Qualifying examination should not be less than 45%. The admissions are through central counselling on the basis of merit in PGCET or GATE. A few seats are also available under sponsored and Management Quota. GATE qualified candidates are eligible for scholarship through AICTE.
In the present scenario of computer networks and the internet, virtually every individual and large enterprises use networks for applications ranging from simple resource sharing to enterprise-wide integration of applications and business process. It is in this context that this program assumes relevance.
The curriculum is aimed to give theoretical and hands on in the areas of Computer Networks, Advanced Digital Communication, Network Programming, Information Security, Wireless & Mobile Networks, Client-Server Programming, Optical Networks, Switching & Statistical Multiplexing in Telecommunications, Network Management and a host of elective subjects like C# and .Net, System Modelling and Simulation, Distributed Systems, Web Engineering, Protocols Engineering, Advances in Storage Area Networks, Wireless Sensor Networks, Topics in Analysis of Computer Networks etc. Students have the opportunity to work in advanced areas of networks as the College has projects funded by International Companies.
The students are required to learn through hands on in various laboratories in the department, namely Research and development lab, High performance computer Lab, Cloud computing Lab, Network simulator Lab.
The students will get many opportunities to participate in projects related to, but not limited to Wireless sensor networks, Mobile Ad Hoc networks, Cloud computing, Artificial Intelligence, Neural networks.