The MIT College of Engineering established the Department of Computer Engineering in the academic year 2001-02. The Department of Computer Engineering offers undergraduate ‘Bachelor of Engineering’ degree that covers the entire spectrum of computing. It is a four year degree course affiliated to University of Pune, Maharashtra with a total intake of 120 students. The Department of Computer Engineering also offers postgraduate ‘Master of Engineering’ degree with the focus on the advanced subjects in Computer Engineering. It is a two year degree course affiliated to University of Pune with a total intake of 18 students.
The “Bachelor of Computer Engineering” degree program is to impart intellectual and architectural basis for computing. The curriculum is designed to understand the potential of computation, algorithms, systems, software, architecture and networks. It also includes the subjects for Software Engineering Practices. The second objective is to provide students with the skills necessary to be effective contributors in a quality-oriented, customer-focused environment. Courses throughout the program emphasize on open-ended, design-oriented approach to solve engineering problems. Teamwork, communication skills, an interdisciplinary approach to problem solving and a research attitude are some of the skills that the students develop through various technical and co-curricular activities.The students and the faculty are involved in R & D activities and it has resulted in the papers published in national & international conferences and journals. Our staff members are continuously upgrading themselves by attending conferences, seminars, workshops and pursuing higher studies.
Programmes in the Department
MITCOE runs the following programs under the Department of Computer Engineering:
|SR. NO.||NAME OF THE PROGRAM||DURATION||INTAKE|
|Under Graduate Programme|
|1||B.E. Computer Engineering||Duration: 4 Years||Intake: 120|
|Post Graduate Programme|
|1||M.E. Computer Engineering||Duration: 2 Years||Intake: 18|
Program Educational Objectives (2016-17)
- PEO I: Competent Professionals: To develop competent computer professionals and leaders in technology with ability to solve engineering problems for sustainable development.
- PEO II: Multifaceted Graduates: Multifaceted Graduates: To develop multifaceted and creative computer graduates with technical depth and innovative capability.
- PEO III: Ethical Professionals: To instill a sense of professional – ethical values and life skills towards fulfillment of societal expectations.
Program Outcomes (2016-17)
- Engineering knowledge: Graduates will apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and computer engineering specialization to the solution of relevant engineering problems.
- Problem analysis: Graduates will identify, formulate and analyze relevant engineering problems and reaching to substantial conclusions using domain specific engineering skills.
- Design/development of solutions: Graduates will design effective solutions for engineering problems with appropriate consideration of public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental considerations.
- Conduct investigations of complex problems: Graduates will investigate the solutions obtained for the complex problems by exploring and applying suitable techniques.
- Modern tool usage: Graduates will apply and demonstrate the usage of modern tools and techniques.
- The engineer and society: Graduates will contribute towards the society by understanding the impact of Engineering on global aspects.
- Environment and sustainability: Graduates will identify environmental issues and design a sustainable system.
- Ethics: Graduates will adopt and follow professional ethics.
- Individual and team work: Graduates will exhibit capability to work as an individual and as a team member in professional environment.
- Communication: Graduates will demonstrate effective communication at various levels.
- Project management and finance: Graduates will be able to apply the knowledge of tools and techniques of computer engineering domain for development of projects with respects to finance and management.
- Life-long learning : Graduates will be abreast of new technologies and deploy them in practice for lifelong learning.
Program Specific Outcomes (2016-17)
- PSO I:Graduates will be able to apply and demonstrate appropriate tools of technology for design and development of software and hardware components.
- PSO II Graduates will be able to apply knowledge of various areas in computer engineering for solving real problems.
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