History of the department
Department of computer science was established in 1978, with courses PGDCA, DCA, and ADCA. These courses were the foundation courses, and having a great scope as the era belongs to the start of computer science, with application use of computers. The languages like COBOL, FORTRAN, and PASCAL were used. Many students grab knowledge and performed well in many areas such as NIC, DRDO, BSNL, and higher education. In the beginning, the department was headed by Dr. R. B. Srivastava who had a keen interest in computing along with a team of experienced teachers. The PGDCA course was started with affiliation from Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya Awadh University Faizabad.
In the year 2013 Bachelor of Computer Application (B.C.A.) was introduced to the department and produces a great efficiency in the area of computing as many students work placed in different universities, NIT,s for their higher education, through NIMCET and other university entrance examination. The department is willing to introduce new courses on the upcoming trend in computer technology.
Department has great infrastructure and having Lab of 60 computers along with language lab of 11 nodes with wi-fi and internet connection of 20MBPS data speed. We have smart classrooms and projectors used for providing a hi-tech environment for students. Department uses different software and hardware platform like simulators, Open-source software for practical knowledge of students.
- Masud Murad Khan
- Avinash Singh
- Abhishek Singh
- Ashish Mishra
- Abhishek Kumar Pandey
- Mr. Awadh Bihari Singh (Lab Asst.)
- Mr. Surya Pratap Singh
The thrust area of department:
Department of computer science focuses on the following area of computing –
- Programming and software development.
- Cloud computing
- Network security
- Many students in the department all placed in different software companies like TCS, HCL.
- Many students of the department are studying in different NIT,s and central universities, state universities.
- Faculty members are awarded in different academic events.