B.Tech (Information Technology)

The B.Tech programme in Information Technology was the first program to be offered by the Department when it was established in the year 2000. It has since grown from strength to strength and is currently one of the top and most sought after disciplines at NITK Surathkal. The course currently has an average intake of 110 students per year. The programme is innovatively designed to cater to global and industry demands and offers a balanced coverage of foundation concepts and application oriented courses. Our students have consistently achieved excellent placements of nearly 100% each year and several have been accepted/are pursuing post graduate and doctoral studies at reputed National and International Universities.

B.Tech Curriculum [2016]

 

Programme Educational Objectives


  1. To provide students with a strong and sustainable foundation in mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals to enable them to devise competent solutions to complex hardware/software problems and also to pursue advanced research.

  2. To deliver a comprehensive education spanning the breadth of Information Technology and related engineering fields to ensure that graduates have the core competency to be successful in Industry and/or excel in higher studies.

  3. To train students to work as part of teams on multidisciplinary projects and in diverse professional environments to comprehend, analyze, design and create innovative solutions for real life problems, in alignment with society, global economy and emerging trends.

  4. To create a learning environment which emphasizes the importance of professionalism, ethics & exceptional communication skills and also infuses a curious bent of mind in students to inspire a quest for life-long learning.

 

Programme Outcomes


  1. Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, probability, statistics, basic science and computer science/electronics/electrical engineering fundamentals in devising competent solutions for building complex IT systems;

  2. Ability to design and conduct experiments, analyze and interpret resulting data to arrive meaningful conclusions and provide recommendation for real life problems.

  3. Ability to undertake problem identification, formulation and solution for real-life IT problems to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, health and safety and sustainability;

  4. Ability to use modern tools and techniques for design, modeling and simulation of complex IT problems.

  5. Ability to apply engineering and management knowledge/techniques to estimate time and resources needed to complete a IT project and a capacity to analyze and interpret a developed system’s future requirements;

  6. Ability to function effectively as an individual and in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams, with the capacity to be a leader or manager as well as an effective team member;

  7. Understanding of the social, cultural, global and environmental responsibilities of the professional IT engineer, and the need for sustainable development based on realistic considerations;

  8. Innate understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities and a genuine commitment to them;

  9. Ability to communicate effectively, not only with fellow engineers but also with the community at large;

  10. Aptitude for self learning and an innate mind-set towards life-long learning.

  11. Ability to pursue professional development by pursuing postgraduate studies or face competitive examinations that offer challenging and rewarding  careers in computing.


 

 

 



M.Tech (Information Technology)

The PG course in IT was introduced in 2010 as part of the Decenary celebrations of the Department of Information Technology. It is aimed at producing quality engineers/ researchers to cater to the ever increasing demand for highly trained IT professionals. Students are exposed to cutting edge technologies in emerging areas of IT with hands on experience in trend setting areas such as Information & Network Security, Distributed Computing and Human Computer Interaction. 

M.Tech Curriculum [2016]

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      Batch

   No.of Students

1 2010-2012           24
2 2011-2013           26
3 2012-2014           27
2013-2015           21
5 2014-2016           23
6 2015-2017           16
7 2016-2018           16
8 2017-2019           24

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

M.Tech (in IT by Research)

This programme is aimed at students interested in exposure to serious research in various fields of Information Technology. It emphasizes multidisciplinary and rigorous learning and research work. Faculty members with vast research experience will be involved in the teaching and research process. Exposure to exciting and emerging technologies and active involvement of faculty members in research projects are the best features of this programme, providing students a distinctive opportunity to undertake research work and innovation. The number of seats is flexible but subject to the availability of research funding.

 

 

M.Tech (Research) Degrees Awarded

 

          Title of Thesis:  HAMP - A Highly Abstracted and Modular Programming Paradigm for Expressing Parallel Programs

          Title of Thesis: Efficient Prediction of Events Using Social Network Data with Novel Sentiment Analysis

          Title of Thesis: Accelerated Framework for Selective Blurring with Occlusion Handling Using Depth Maps

 

Ph.D (Information Technology)

The Department has been very active in research and development activities in various areas of Information Technology. The Ph.D Program in Information Technology is offered both on full-time and part-time basis. Currently, the department has 20 Research Scholars pursuing Ph.D in various research streams in IT. 

Ph.D (Rules/Regulations) [2016]

Ph.D (Curriculum) [2016]

 

Ph.D degrees awarded : 14 (Click here for more details)

Ph.D degrees submitted: 5 (Click here for more details)

Ph.D work in progress : 17 (15 full-time, 2 part-time)

 

Current research interests -

  • Affective Computing

  • Big Data/Cognitive Analytics

  • Bio-inspired Computing

  • Bio-informatics

  • Cloud Computing and Intelligent Cloud Computing

  • Cognitive Hearing/Speech Science

  • Data Mining, Scientific/Statistical Data Mining

  • Data Semantics

  • Distributed Computing

  • Healthcare Informatics

  • High Performance Computing

  • Human Centered Computing

  • Internet of Things (IoT) and Smart Sensing

  • Multimedia and Virtual Reality

  • Natural Language Processing

  • QoS Aware MANETs

  • Security Issues in Cloud/Information/Networks/VoIP

  • Semantic Web Technologies

  • Social Multimedia & Social Network Analysis

  • Soft Computing

  • Software Engineering

  • Virtualization

  • Web Services

  • Wireless Sensor Networks

 

 


 

Contact us

G. Ram Mohana Reddy

Professor and Head,
Department of Information Technology, NITK, Surathkal,
P. O. Srinivasnagar, Mangalore - 575 025
Karnataka, India.
Ph.:    +91-824-2474056
Email:  infotech[AT]nitk[DOT]ac[DOT]in
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