Academic Program
Founded
Intake
B.E (Information Science and Engineering)1999120

The demand for information technology (IT) professionals has grown rapidly in the last decade. Parallel to this increasing need for IT personnel is the continuous change in the type of skills that are brought about by innovations in cutting edge technologies. However the type of new IT skills and knowledge needed to keep companies competitive in the global market extend beyond the ability to apply the updated   hardware and software to make business processes more efficient. Communication excellence and managerial expertise are just two of the other more commonly needed skills demanded by employers. This encouraged our visionary Institute to take this as a challenge to meet the industrial demand. Thus the Department of Information Science and Engineering was established in year 1999 with a clear view of a forerunner in the field of information technology, the Department seeks to evolve towards excellence and adapt itself to the rapid advancements in specialized fields.

CSThe Department  focuses to provide a broad-based foundation in information technology (lT) and Software Engineering to the students who seek careers in design and develop systems involving the integration of software and hardware devices, innovative approaches to programming and problem solving as well as creative ways to use Computers ,Large  scale software systems, computing infrastructure of an organization, information service providers, human-computer interface, information system developers, information administrators and software engineers.

The curriculum has been designed to cater to the ever changing needs and demands of IT industry. The focus is on holistic learning and empowering students to make significant contributions at all levels. The   open   elective system gives a handful of choices for students  to develop expertise in their area of interest.  A highly qualified, dynamic and technologically sound faculty form the part of this Department. It has one of the best state-of-the-art computing infrastructure including domain-specific labs associated with the above technical divisions.

The department has a good record of organizing seminars, workshops, and symposia in emerging technological areas. With an objective of developing core competence in the respective subject matter specializations and special interest groups for learning newer technologies, the Department has formed the following technical divisions namely:
1. System Software
2. Computer Networks
3. Database Systems
4. Web Technology
5. Information Systems
6. Theoretical Computer Science
7.  Software System Design.

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Head of the Department Prof. Meena S. Maralapnnavar
Phone No. : +91 – 836 – 2378402, Email : msm@bvb.edu