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of the program
The advanced algorithms viz. AI-based, Evolutionary Computing based, Machine Learning and Deep Learning based algorithms, etc drive the processing of either the structured or unstructured data in automated systems. These automated systems populate the business, E-Governance, Healthcare, Finance, Transportation domains, etc to a great extent. Their ubiquity speak volumes of the advanced and indispensable characteristics of the advanced algorithms and the necessity to acquire competence to develop smart systems. Thus, it constitutes for an inevitable focus area of the M.Tech Computer Science & Engg. Programme.
Advanced Software Engineering
Software Engineering principles form the lifeline of the modern computer systems which drive the day to day businesses and execute various time critical and mission critical operations in various domains across the globe. Hence, a Computer Science engineer should necessarily imbibe the essential software engineering principles to acquire competency to plan, design, build and deploy advanced computing systems in a successful manner. This is besides the competency required to handle the technical and administrative challenges that are pervasive and inevitable in any software project. It is with this objective that the curriculum and syllabus of M.Tech CSE programme is designed.
Human Computer Interaction
The operational success of a deployed system to a great extend depends on the ease of human computer interaction aspects of the system. This requirement gets exemplified considering the various physically challenged people because each kind of physical impairment mandates a different form of interaction of the physically challenged user with the computer. Sophisticated interaction requirements viz. gesture based, eyeball movement based, etc. add further to the interaction challenges. Hence, human computer interaction know how is an essential competency which is imparted to M.Tech Computer Science & Engineering Graduates for developing systems that address the various specialized interaction requirements.
Who can prefer this Course
B.Tech./ B.E. in Computer Science and Engineering/ Information Technology or equivalent OR M.Sc. in Computer Science/Information Technology/ Software Engineering OR MCA with Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science/ Computer Applications/ Information Technology OR equivalent Mathematics /Statistics/ Physics/ Electronics/ Applied Sciences with a minimum of 55% of marks. The admission to M.Tech. programme (CSE & NIS) is based on the performance in the Entrance Examination. The entrance examination is of objective type. The question paper consists of 100 questions which will be from the following subjects.
Data Structures and Algorithms, Computer Architecture, Operating Systems and System Software
Microprocessors, DBMS, Networks, Web Technology, Compilers, Automata and Formal Languages, AI, Graphics
Software Engineering, Programming Languages (C, C++ and Java) and Recent Trends in Computer Science related domains.