The objective of the department of computer science is to advance, develop, and enhance the principles of computer science and engineering in order to strengthen the social fabric's intellectual foundation. The advancement of technology and its appreciation by excellence have created exciting growth opportunities for the fields of computer science and engineering.
The Bachelor of Engineering programme in computer science and engineering was established in 1998. The stream's principal goal is to provide our students with access to the top IT infrastructure, research environments, and educational opportunities available globally. As part of our industry partnerships, we adhere to standards and teach moral and ethical ideas. The ability of the students to learn facilitates the production of top-notch engineers who are hired by significant firms in their professions by qualified employees with industry expertise.
The Computer Science and Engineering course at St. Michael College of Engineering & Technology offers in-depth research and analysis of cutting-edge technology. Important topics involving the most recent hardware and software are covered in the curriculum, with a focus on research projects and laboratory work that are necessary for academic study, scientific investigation, and the workplace. Additionally, access to a variety of publications and computer resources are made available to students for their project work. Regular communication with software firms has helped us keep our curriculum current with technological and commercial requirements. Our pupils are now job-ready thanks to the thorough learning environment.