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School of Computer Science and Engineering (SCOPE)

Facilities

Laboratories

The computing centre of School of Computing Science and Engineering supports 800 clients across the various laboratories with five IBM Rack Mounted servers X3650, an IBM XEON-E server and a Wipro net power server. The laboratories are installed with NETOP, a centrally managed teaching tool for assisting students in the laboratory sessions.

  • Computer Engineering Lab
  • Theoretical Computer Science and Language processing Lab
  • Open Source Technologies Lab
  • Data Technology Lab
  • Grid / Cloud computing Lab
  • Software Systems Lab
  • Computational Intelligence Lab
  • Image Processing, Vision and Graphics Lab
  • High Performance Computing Lab
  • Mobile Computing Lab / Intel Multicore Lab

Classrooms

The classrooms are well designed rooms to incorporate everything needed for a pleasant learning atmosphere. The wide spacious classrooms contain a white board, a smart board and a projector that is used for teaching. So a professor can switch to different modes of teaching which may not be monotonous and the lectures are put across in the best way possible. This hi-tech equipment enables our faculty to conduct classes in a way that enable students to make use of every available resource from one point at the click of a button. These classrooms are also often used for seminars and events from time to time.

Pedagogy and Learning Ambience:

The School's pedagogy aims at preparing students to face real-world challenges using Problem/Project-Based Learning, interactive and participative processes with constant mentoring.

There are plenty of opportunities for students to supplement the conventional technical education using the following practices: [Which practices?]

  • Industry Visits
  • Programming and Problem-solving Contests
  • Projects and Quiz Competitions
  • Students Seminars and Debates
  • Interviews and Group Discussions
  • Team-building Exercises
  • Innovation and Creativity Clubs
  • Audio-Visual Presentations and Foreign Language Classes
  • Personality Development Programmes

The faculty and students use a feature-rich learning management system 'Acado' developed by a team led by an eminent IIT professor. They also benefit from the following sources: [Which sources?]

  • India's NPTEL Programme
  • MIT's Open Courseware
  • CMU's Open Learning Initiative

The campus based learning is again enhanced by experts from foreign universities who are invited to teach and interact with our students for three months and also through interactive audio-video conferencing facilities. The School maintains quality standards by constantly assessing and improving its academic resources and teaching learning processes. The teaching aids include Multimedia LCD projectors, and smart class rooms. Campus-wide access to digital library is provided which links to International Journals and magazines such as IEEE, IEE, ACM and e-resources like Science Direct.

The faculty and students enjoy the finest network and software services, educational technologies and resources accessible from anywhere in a disciplined framework, round- the-clock Internet access that is augmented continuously with ample freedom and facilities to execute projects and transform concepts into actions and applications.

Frequent visits by leading lights from industry, academia and government give the students a unique opportunity for interaction. Thus the students benefit from participatory learning and hands-on exposure to state-of the-art technology in emerging fields.