Today Computers have not only assumed strategic importance in the corporate world, but these are also being effectively used in almost every field of human endeavor, ranging from space exploration to food processing and banking to communication etc. Presence of some of the best known IT Multinationals like IBM, HP. Microsoft, Dell, Cisco, SUN, Oracle, Google, Motorola, Yahoo, etc. have made possible transfer of hardware & software technology in the country.
The Six main sectors in this field are:-
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Career Path 1: Designing and implementing software
1. This refers to the software development which has grown to include aspects of web development, interface design, security issues, mobile computing, and so on.
2. This is the career path that the majority of computer science graduates follow.
3. While a bachelor’s degree is generally sufficient for entry into this kind of career, many software professionals return to school to obtain a terminal master’s degree.
Career Path 2: Devising new ways to use computers.
1. This refers to innovation in the application of computer technology.
2. A career path in this area can involve advanced graduate work, followed by a position in a research university or industrial research and development laboratory.
3. It can involve entrepreneurial activity such as was evident during the dot-com boom of the 1990s or it can involve a combination of the two.
Career Path 3: Developing effective ways to solve computing problems
This refers to the application or development of computer science theory and knowledge of algorithms to ensure the best possible solutions for computationally intensive problems.
As a practical matter, a career path in the development of new computer science theory typically requires graduate work to the Ph.D. level, followed by a position in a research university or an industrial research and development laboratory.
Career Path 4: Planning and managing organizational technology infrastructure
This is the type of work for which the new information technology (IT) programs explicitly aim to educate students.
Career paths 2 and 3 are undeniably in the domain of computer science graduates. Career paths 1 and 4 have spawned the new majors in software engineering and information technology, respectively, and information systems graduates often follow Career path 1, too Computer scientists continue to fill these positions, but programs in software engineering, information technology, and information systems offer alternative paths to these careers.
Software available are as follows:
|Microsoft Exchange Server 2007||Visual J# 2005 Express Edition|
|MS Server Std. Ed. 2003||Visual C++ 2005 Express Edition|
|Windows CE. Net 5.0||Windows XP Professional– SP2|
|Visual Foxpro 9.0 SP1||Windows Vista|
|Rational Rose – Enterprise Edition.||Windows Vista Ultimate Edition|
|Windows 2000 Prof. SP4||Windows Server 2003|
|Windows 3.1 WGP||Windows Server 2003 Web Ed.|
|MS Windows 2003/XP/XPP||Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition|
|Oracle 8i/10g||Windows Server 2003 Std. Ed.|
|MS Exchange Server 2000 MS Visual Studio 6.0||Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard Edition|
|MS Office Project Pro 2007||Windows Server 2003 R2 Enterprise Edition|
|Norton Antivirus 10.1 (Corporate Edition)||ISA Server 2004, 2006|
|Visual Studio 2006||SQL Server 2005 Std. Ed. SP1|
|Visual Studio 2005||Code Composer Studio DSK|
|Mr. Munish Khanna||M. Tech., Ph.D. (Submitted)||Assistant Professor
|Dr. Hitendra Garg||Ph.D. (CSE),
|Mr. Vijay S. Katta||M.Tech., Ph.D. (Pursuing)||Assistant Professor|
|Mr. Law Kr. Singh||B.Tech (CSE),M. Tech (CSE), Ph.D. (CSE)
(Dy. HOD, CSE)
|Mr. Praveen Gupta||M.Tech.||Assistant Professor|
|Mr. Brijesh Sharma||M.Tech. (I.T.),
|Mr. Kapil Srivastava||B.Tech, M.Tech. (CSE)||Assistant Professor|
|Mr. Pramod Kumar||M.Tech.||Assistant Professor|
|Mr. Atul Barsaiyan||M.Tech.||Assistant Professor|
|Ms. Sanjana Yadav||B.Tech, M.Tech. (CSE)||Assistant Professor|
|Mrs. Ankita Sharma||M. Tech.||Assistant Professor|
|Mr. Atul Prakash||M.Tech. , Ph.D. (Pursuing)||Assistant Professor|