The department of information technology (IT) provides a Bachelor’s degree in IT. The four-year curriculum offers students with a thorough understanding of technical ideas and standards that can be applied to real-world problems. In addition, the program represents technological ideas and practices from both the regional and worldwide arenas.
For research and instruction, the department has considerable computational resources. Students will study in the classroom and laboratory to have a better understanding of technical principles. The IT Department aspires to be a major regional, national, and international resource center for computing and its applications development. In addition, award-winning research academics and prominent technocrats’ leaders will train the future generation throughout the course.