Indus Institute of
Information & Communication
Technology (IIICT)

Its curriculum enforces managerial skill development along with innovative Information Technology, leading to technical entrepreneurship.

Course offered

What is the scope of ICT in India?

All forms of technology used to manage intelligent building management systems, telecommunications, broadcast media, network-based control and monitoring, audiovisual processing and transmission systems, and tasks are collectively referred to as information and communications technology (ICT). ICT is frequently used as a more extended synonym for information technology (IT), but its application is far broader.

The Engineering Branch of Information and Communication Technology was recently established with the goal of offering a broader view of the nature of technology, its use, and its applications to the living world. Engineering is more than just trying things out and picking items up. It is all about how it affects society. As the most developed creature on Earth, humans have employed the field of engineering known as information and communication technology throughout their existence. Additionally, emerging nations use information and communication to enhance their quality of life and obtain a competitive edge. As the years went by, our natural tendency to believe led us to divide engineering into many branches. Without communication, there would be no requirement for information, and vice versa: without communication, what point is there in possessing even a tiny amount of data? The synchronisation between the two is where the proper development occurs. Transmission and reception may be successful if a communication engineer is unaware of the information. Without innovative new plans being developed by creative minds, the globe will never be the same.

The Indus Institute of Information and Communication Technology (IIICT) offers classes in information technology and computer applications. These place a strong emphasis on the general understanding of IT, providing a comprehensive and tangible framework for the fundamental comprehension of all its aspects. Its curriculum forces the development of creative information technology and managerial skills, fostering technical entrepreneurship. The IIICT students are capable of showcasing their abilities and making contributions to the creation of a technologically informed society.

We at the Indus Institute of Information and Communication Technology (IIICT) steadily concentrate on evolving job trends with the singular goal of giving young IT aspirants a world-class education through knowledgeable faculty members while also giving them individual attention and support.

Training is provided around the clock, five days a week. The emphasis is on projects and assignments, and students gain experience via their work. Applications of the knowledge learned in the lecture halls are made in tasks for the workplace. The teachers go beyond boundaries to ensure that the students are razor-sharp so they can stand out in the business world. No effort has been spent in creating a setting that inspires pupils to challenge their intellectual limits.

Department of Computer Science

With a goal of serving society by applying IT in nearly all sectors, the Department of Computer Science is committed to providing its students with a very positive and intellectually stimulating learning environment. The Department features qualified instructors who take a holistic approach to student development. By creating and developing software and guiding the future of students interested in information and communications technology, the Department significantly contributes to making the university a technologically advanced platform.

One of the Department's appealing qualities, which inspires the students to spread their wings, soar higher than their goals, and serve the country, is the mentoring and collaboration of experienced and knowledgeable faculty members. Modern conference rooms, smart classrooms, and well-equipped computer labs are all part of the Department's cutting-edge infrastructure.

The students who graduate from this Indus Institute of Information and Communication Technology are placed in the top IT sectors even before the end of their final semesters as a result of their rigorous training and exposure to the cutting-edge professional programmes offered. A large number of businesses hire graduating students through campus placement each year. Students receive access to intense training for four to six months during their final semester at top IT firms and other reputable institutions.

Academic programmes are continuously updated to reflect the most recent developments in science and technology. Undergraduates research the theoretical, theoretical, and practical applications of computing in science, engineering, business, and other fields. The graduate programme offers instruction in both theoretical and applied computer science and provides research opportunities in cutting-edge facilities and labs.

Infrastructure of Computer Science Department

The Computer Science Department, which has the highest criteria for infrastructure, offers four courses. It has classrooms that support teaching with contemporary resources & methods. Every effort has been made on this campus to guarantee that the main building complies with high criteria for construction quality. Every little element has been carefully considered, planned, and carried out in this learning centre. The Department has classrooms, Wi-Fi, and multimedia projectors. A university library is an empowering facility with books for many computing department disciplines and cutting-edge student projects & assignments. To satisfy the demand for security, the Department has taken appropriate action. The campus is outfitted with CCTV to meet the safety and security needs of a well-equipped campus that attracts many visitors.

Department Activities

Project Exhibition 2023

The Department of Computer Science organized a Project Exhibition on April 26, 2023, which featured the technical talent of MCA, M.Sc.-IT, BCA, B.Sc.-IT, B.Sc.-Computer Science, and B.Sc. Data Science students. A total of 13 groups participated in the event, with Mr. Vivek Malam, a student of M.Sc.-IT, securing the first rank for his project on "A Doodle Identification using Neural Network," while Mr. Dhrumil Shah from BCA-4th semester was the runner-up for his project on "A Virtual Game Controller." The event was judged by Dr. Hitesh Bheda, Co-Founder of NiviData Consulancy, who praised the students' work and encouraged them for their professional growth, inviting some to further enhance their projects in his company.

Round Table Discussion

Department of Computer Science, Indus Institute of Information & Communication Technology, Indus University along with Association of Computer Science and Information Technology (ACSIT), has organized a round table discussion under G 20 with the theme of "Case Studies of Global Impact of Indian IT Start-ups" on 11th April, 2023. The participants discussed the subject in detail and supported their views strongly with various examples. Nine participants and two faculty members participated in the discussion. With a conclusion, the discussion ended after an hour. The whole event was managed by ACSIT students and faculty coordinators.

“Learning with Peers - Neural Network"

Department of Computer Science, IIICT has organised a session on “Neural Network” under the concept of Learning with Peers on 14th April, 2023 at 03:00 PM to 04:30 PM under the Association of Computer Science and Information Technology. The talk started with opening remarks by Ms. Bhavana Hotchandani, faculty coordinator, ACSIT. She encouraged the students to participate more in the talks and briefed about the concept of “Learning with Peers”. Later, the session was lead by Mr. Aditya Singh Bhadoriya, Student of B.Sc. - Computer Science(AI & ML) semester 6. Almost 30+ students participated as the audience. Aditya started with the introduction of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning & Neural Networks. He started with sharing history and basic terms related to Neural Network. He also covered basic architecture, concept of Perceptron, Activation functions, concepts of bias & weight in Neural Network models. He briefed about many important Neural Network models and when to use which. He discussed many interesting real life examples related to the concept. It was indeed an interactive session. Students showed the most interest and they questioned about basic concepts and models and the proper guidance was given by. It was a very helpful and interactive session. Ms. Bhavana Hotchandani, faculty coordinator, and Mr. Kirtankumar Rathod, faculty DCS, IIICT has expressed a thank you note for the session.