| To career to the growing demand of software professionals from global organizations, Sri Mittapalli College of Engineering (SMCE) has set up an undergraduate course in Information Technology (B.Tech. INF) branch in 2020 with an initial intake of 60. The department is equipped with most-modern, spacious and fully air-conditioned computer lab where students own their skills. The facilities at the labs include personal computers with the most recent processors which are connected to the internet for the reference purpose of students. The labs have been invested with all the authentic software applications. The other features include an LCD projector to bring alive the classes and for seminar needs as well as UPS for uninterrupted use during power cuts. Apart from sufficient infrastructure, broadband connectivity is available in all the laboratories. The department provides extensive computing resources for research and education.
1. B. Tech. (Information Technology) with an intake of 60.
To produce professional, ethical and globally competent graduates by imparting quality education in the field of Information Technology with capabilities to solve a wide range of complex scientific, technological and societal problems.
1. To educate students to be effective problem-solvers and lifelong learners in technical, innovative and entrepreneurial skills.
2. To impart quality and value-based education and contribute towards the advancement of computing, science and technology to raise the satisfaction level of all stakeholders.
3. To establish a continuous Industry Institute Interaction, participation, and collaboration to contribute skilled IT Engineers.
PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
PEO 1: Graduates are able to solve a wide range of computing-related problems by applying the knowledge of mathematics and innovative algorithms.
PEO 2: Graduates pursue advanced degrees with a dedication to lifelong learning and use their skills in an ethical & professional manner.
PEO 3: To be able to adapt to the evolving technical challenges and changing career opportunities.