The university chooses to lay special
emphasis on ensuring that its graduates
are ready for the technical challenges
of an information society. There are
a number of computing facilities available
on the college campus.
The computer lab houses computers and
is generally available during working
hours only. Additionally there is a
separate lab operated by the MCA Department.
The state-of-the-art facility features
hardware software that is geared to
specific academic programmes.
| Every Computing center
in this network is enabled by state-of-the-art
technology and reflects the prevailing
trends in computing. Advanced networking
technologies facilitate a seamless integration
of the various computing centers and
the multiple operating systems. The
university encourages hands on experience
at all levels, making available standard,
licensed software to all students and
staff from 8 am to midnight. The servers
available are RISC based, P III, P IV,
with MMX technology, and laptop computers.
labs provide a mix of software and platforms
including Macintosh, MS-DOS Compatibles,
Oracle 2000 with Developer Suit, Java,
Visual Studio, Unix SCO open server
and other high-end application software.
Provision is also made for power performance,
graphical and multimedia.
Access to Internet resources such as
E-mail and World Wide Web are available
to students. Computers with word-processing
and DTP Software are available.
Training programmes are conducted to
impart in-depth knowledge in the latest
SYSTEMS (MIS) LAB
It has six servers and an NT domain
controller, besides SQL and ORACLE servers,
all linked to PII 333 MX and P III clients.
The MIS area is networked by 100 mbps.
Intel switches have Microsoft license
products, as well as RDBMS packages
like ORACLE 8, SQL server, MS-Access
and MS FoxPro.
DATABASE MANAGEMENT LAB
It has two P III 700 MHz servers, with
an ORACLE server on one end and an SQL
server on the other, with Pentium clients.
Database Management Systems include
ORACLE, SQL, MS Access, FoxPro. Available
software includes Visual Basic, C++
and Visual Studio.
One hundred and Sixty Pentium clients
running on Novell Netware 6 are used
to train first year students. It also
has Pentium IV server, one running Novell
Netware 6 and another running on Window-NT
Twenty P1 66 systems conduct interfacing
of the microprocessor kits to the systems
with an 8085 simulator.
DIGITAL SIMULATION LAB
It is equipped with one Pentium III
450 MHz server and thirty Pentium II
266 Mhz clients. It has packages like
MATLAB along with twenty toolboxes required
by all the Engineering Departments and
management Students, p SPICE and Simulink.
It also provides MilPower, EMTDC and
PSCAD specific to electrical engineering
INTELLIGENCE PARALLEL PROCESSING LAB
It has one Sun spark Station and Axil
10/40 systems running on Solaris 5.6,
besides 26 Pentium systems. The HPCC
software is used to train students in
AIDED DESIGN (CAD) CENTER
It is equipped with a Pentium IV 1.4
Ghz based IDEAS application server and
a Pentium III Nt domain controller,
with forty Pentium clients Other software
packages include Microsim Design Lab,
Microsim pSPICE, NISA, Mechanical Desktop,
Pro-Engineering, STAAD III, Auto Civil
and Auto CAD. Specialised equipment
include a Design Jet and a plotter.
COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING
It has nine Pentium 166 Mhz systems
and two Pentium IV servers. It is also
equipped with a CNC lathe. CNC miller
and six axis robot, The computers have
the latest CAM simulation packages.
BASED LANGUAGE LAB
In Information era language forms a
basic aspect in Science, Technology
and Management studies. Bearing this
in mind, a Skillphones - Based Audio
Visual and Audio active Language Lab
has been set up. This enables the students
learn English grammar and pronunciation
correctly. Courses are offered in Language
Teaching and speaking and in New International