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Library

Our library is equipped with as good collection of text books, reference books, journals and magazines. The books stocked are written by reputed authors and published by leading book houses. The books are purchased from reputed book-sellers with the latest edition. The journals are subscribed from reputed publishers for both National and International.

The library has a good number of research journals and papers on various topics .Dailies and fortnightly magazines are subscribed to enhance the students' skills and current affairs. Every year new collection of books are purchased and added to the stock of the library.

Seminar Hall

The seminar hall is well equipped with Pentium IV Systems, audio and video equipments and added with an LCD projector. The seminar hall is utilized for the purpose of conducting seminars and guest lecture programs.

Distinguished personalities are invited to deliver lectures on current key issues of IT and industry related topics. The students are given the opportunity to attend such lectures and they get first hand information about needs of the IT firms.

The responsibilities of every employee are highlighted and the company goals are explained .This helps the students to mould themselves for a better employer – employee rapport in the future.

Computer Lab
The computer lab is well equipped with Pentium IV systems consisting of 136 systems and servers connected through LAN. The Internet is completely WIFI with a speed of 10Mbps is provided. The software with the tools are licensed exclusively to our Institute. A constant up gradation of the lab is done every year according to the requirements . Special short term certificate courses are also conducted for the students, viz., DOT.NET, J2EE etc.

Some of the software available in the Lab are :

  • Windows XP & Office XP
  • UNIX & LINUX
  • C & C++
  • ORACLE
  • .NET
  • XAMPP
  • VISUAL BASIC
  • FLASH
  • DREAMWEAVER
  • PHOTOSHOP
   
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