About the Department

The CUJ is becoming the hub of Social and Economic ideas that shape our academia and industry. CUJ also provides academics and research in Sciences, Social Sciences, Languages and Environmental Sciences. With these strengths, CUJ hopes in conjunction with technology to enable the students to learn and apply technology to the real-life problems associated with Indian society. The Department of Computer Science & Information Technology under the aegis of the School of Basic & Applied Sciences, integrates both technology and society, has the vision to shape and to provide leadership in imparting knowledge and training to the younger generation.

The department of Computer Science & Information Technology offers admission to four-year degree programmes comprise B.Tech in engineering disciplines like Computer Science and Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering (Cyber Security), Electronics and Communication Engineering and Electronics and Communication Engineering (Avionics). This is one of the very few schools in the country, where the student would acquire skills in Technology and its application to a sustainable development of society.

In the first half of the B.Tech. programmes, the students would need to do compulsory foundation courses in the areas of basic sciences, humanities, social sciences, and engineering sciences apart from the departmental requirements in the core engineering discipline. The students will have options of choosing open category electives from a pool of courses to develop a broad interdisciplinary knowledge base. This will make them capable to pursue MS/M.Tech. in an area outside their parent discipline. The proposed degree programme in CUJ would be novel in the sense that it would extend an opportunity to the students, especially in the fourth year of their programme to involve themselves in projects/dissertations and courses on Humanities, International Studies, Sciences, Languages, Linguistics and Social Sciences, to understand the demands of such disciplines and acquaint themselves with the frontier areas.