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Bachelor of Technology – Computer Science and Engineering (with Fully Flexible Choice based Credit System)

About the Program

B.Tech with Fully Flexible Choice based Credit System

Starting 2020 Academic Year, the School introduces a unique Fully Flexible Choice based curriculum for its B.Tech programs. This curriculum offers several unique features that helps the student to curve out their own program based on their academic interests. Features of this Fully Flexible System are many, as mentioned below in the Program Highlights:

Highlights

  • Flexibility of making course choices from a basket of courses
  • A Truly World Class Curriculum with several baskets of Engineering, Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences, Skill Enhancement, Ability Enhancement, Free Electives, and a Capstone Project.
  • Flexibility of choosing Specializations in the program and become market ready professionals
  • Flexibility of earning additional Certificates in niche areas that are currently in demand.

Specialization Tracks for the B.Tech program

  • Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Robotics

    Courses in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Robotics Track are designed for students who wish to conceptualise, design, develop and implement AI systems and develop a deep understanding of concepts in Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Robotics and related areas. The programme emphasizes on theory, techniques, tools, applications and case studies to develop strong foundation and understanding of the field of artificial intelligence required to address real world problems, many of which can be solved or improved using advanced Robotics systems.

    After successful completion of the program with this specialization track, graduates will be able to pursue rewarding careers in industry such as AI Engineer, Machine Learning Engineer, Business Intelligence Developer, AI Application Stack Developer, Robotics Engineer, Robotics Process Automation Engineer, etc. or take up a position in research labs. Multinational Banks, Insurance Firms, IT Companies, E-commerce Firms – all such companies are increasingly looking at leveraging AI for data management, analytics, programming and smart prediction, and there is an explosion in such jobs in India and abroad, making this track one of the most sought after.

  • Data Science and Analytics

    We are in a world where quintillion bytes of data are produced every day, and 90% of all these data in the World has been created in the last few years. Data Science and Analytics has seen tremendous growth recently. However, the rate of increase in specialists skilled in Data Science and Data Analytics has not been able to keep up with the worldwide demand. Hence, this specialization track has been created to include carefully designed courses that gives the student necessary and advanced skills in core domains of Data Science and Data Analytics, increasing their chances of employability manifold.

    Careers in this field are highly rewarding and include positions such as Data Analyst, Data Engineer, Data Scientist, Applied Scientist, Solution Analytics Engineer, Big Data Engineer, etc., in almost all areas and all types of national and multinational organizations.

  • Internet of Things and Edge Computing

    According to a forecast by Gartner Inc., more than 20 billion devices will be connected worldwide by the year 2020, and these devices are not Smartphones and PCs, but dedicated function objects such as connected vehicles, consumer electronic devices such as refrigerators, TVs, Lighting devices, etc. These devices, gateways, mobile phones, cloud and the enterprise together make up the IoT Computing World.

    When all these devices will try to send astronomical amount of data to the cloud, it will be virtually impossible to upload this large data into cloud and handle it centrally. Hence, to decentralize data handling, data has to be handled and processed locally to quite some extent at these devices or nearby devices – using a computing approach called Edge Computing.

    A B.Tech with specialization in IoT and Edge Computing will prepare graduates to be most sought after by Hi Tech companies in India and Abroad, who will be looking to recruit large number of IoT and Edge specialists from a very small available pool of qualified professionals.

  • Computer Vision and Biometrics

    Computer Vision is the field that allows computer to gain understanding from images and videos and automate tasks that would otherwise be done based on observation by human eyes. Biometrics deals with various types of authentication techniques like fingerprint, iris recognition, etc., for identification and access control.

    Technologies from Biometrics and Computer Vision are increasingly integrated into modern day smartphones that allow them to recognise their users. This confluence of Biometrics and Computer Vision is driving cutting edge developments, leading to complete redefinition of intelligence, surveillance and security.

    The excitement in the Biometrics and Computer Vision space is increasing at a rapid pace, with new financing by start-ups and multinationals competing to develop cutting-edge technologies, hi-tech product development and research in high end systems like self-driving cars. A career with confluence of Computer Vision and Biometrics specialization will enable the graduates to be in a select league of professionals – ready to be recruited into highly rewarding careers.

  • Cybersecurity and Privacy

    Increased Internet penetration across the world has given rise to sophisticated attacks on Information Technology (IT) Services and infrastructure. People with malicious intent are able to access sensitive financial and personal information through various forms of attacks. Smartphone attacks are growing manifolds, and with the growth of 4G services and seamless financial transactions using mobile phones, there is a substantial increase in mobile malware and data theft. In order to make our IT infrastructure resilient against these threats, there is a dire need for cutting-edge research and development efforts in Cyber Security, Cyber Forensics, Information Security, Network Security, etc.

    According to Job Market Analytics firms, the number of Cybersecurity job postings has grown more than 90% in the last six years. In comparison, the number of IT jobs in general has grown about 30%. That’s a 300% increase in demand in Cybersecurity related jobs as compared to the overall IT job market. Cybersecurity jobs now account for more than 10% of all information technology jobs.

    Successful graduates with expertise in this track may immediately find themselves absorbed in various areas of Cloud Security, IoT Network Security, Cybersecurity Strategy, Vulnerability Assessment, Information Security, etc.

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