Lal Bahadur Shas­tri Insti­tute of Tech­nol­ogy for Women

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a) Develop Math­e­mat­i­cal mod­els for solv­ing com­put­ing problems.

b) Iden­tify and Analyse real world prob­lems and offer solu­tions using hard­ware and soft­ware systems.

c) Design solu­tions for com­put­ing prob­lems on dif­fer­ent archi­tec­tural, oper­at­ing sys­tem and lan­guage plat­forms within the applic­a­ble con­straints.

d) Inves­ti­gate and inter­pret the per­for­mance of com­put­ing sys­tems through experimentation.

e) Apply appro­pri­ate tech­niques and state of the art com­put­ing tools for solv­ing real life problems.

f) Develop com­put­ing solu­tions con­sid­er­ing the soci­etal, legal and safety issues of the tar­get population.

g) Under­stand the impact of com­put­ing solu­tions with respect to soci­etal and envi­ron­men­tal con­text for sus­tain­able  development.

h) Become eth­i­cally respon­si­ble com­puter professionals.

i) Work inde­pen­dently or func­tion effec­tively in diverse teams to offer com­pu­ta­tional solu­tions for mul­ti­dis­ci­pli­nary problems.

j) Com­pre­hend and com­mu­ni­cate effec­tively in both ver­bal and writ­ten forms to com­puter pro­fes­sion­als and soci­ety at large.

k) Under­stand and apply man­age­ment and finan­cial prin­ci­ples to work in projects.

l) Engage in life­long learn­ing in the con­text of tech­no­log­i­cal changes through active par­tic­i­pa­tion in pro­fes­sional activ­i­ties and use of mod­ern ICT tools. 


a) Develop Math­e­mat­i­cal model  of Infor­ma­tion Sys­tems, solve the prob­lems in the domain of com­put­ing and infor­ma­tion pro­cess­ing and com­pare the per­for­mance of such solutions.

b) Iden­tify analyse and for­mu­late prob­lems in Infor­ma­tion stor­age, retrieval, pro­cess­ing and communication.

c) Design and develop hard­ware for Infor­ma­tion Man­age­ment soft­ware for appli­ca­tions of vary­ing com­plex­ity includ­ing infor­ma­tion com­mu­ni­ca­tion sat­is­fy­ing the constraints.

d) Gather knowl­edge per­tain­ing to the Infor­ma­tion Pro­cess­ing domain, con­duct exper­i­ments, analyse and inter­pret the results to upgrade the exist­ing IT solu­tions or to imple­ment anew. 

e) Apply the state of the art tech­niques like Sim­u­la­tors and CASE (Com­puter Aided Soft­ware Engi­neer­ing) tools to sim­plify the devel­op­ment process with adaptability.

f) Assess cul­tural, soci­etal, legal and safety issues of the tar­get pop­u­la­tion and apply rea­son­ing based on them in their pro­fes­sional practice.

g) Under­stand the impact of IT and IT enabled solu­tions with respect to soci­etal and envi­ron­men­tal con­text for sus­tain­able devel­op­ment.

h) Apply eth­i­cal prin­ci­ples and com­mit to pro­fes­sional respon­si­bil­i­ties as IT Engi­neers..

i) Work inde­pen­dently or func­tion effec­tively in tech­ni­cally, cul­tur­ally, lin­guis­ti­cally or geospa­tially diverse teams to achieve solu­tions for com­put­ing problems.

j) Com­pre­hend and com­mu­ni­cate effec­tively in both ver­bal and writ­ten forms with experts of the domain as well as with the end users at large.

k) Under­stand and apply man­age­ment and finan­cial prin­ci­ples to work on mul­ti­dis­ci­pli­nary projects.

l) Cope up with the change in hard­ware and soft­ware tech­nolo­gies through life long learn­ing by being part of pro­fes­sional soci­eties and char­tered pro­fes­sional bodies.

Pro­gram Edu­ca­tional Objectives of B.Tech. Computer Sci­ence & Engineering are:

Our grad­u­ates would: 

PEO I. Excel pro­fes­sion­ally in the field of Com­puter Sci­ence and Engi­neer­ing with an aspi­ra­tion for life­long learning.

PEO II. Acquire ade­quate sub­ject knowl­edge to pur­sue higher edu­ca­tion and research.

PEO III. Exhibit good lead­er­ship qual­i­ties, inter­per­sonal skills and eth­i­cal val­ues to work in diver­si­fied teams and con­tribute soci­etal needs.

Pro­gram Edu­ca­tional Objectives of B.Tech. Infor­ma­tion Tech­nol­ogy are:

Our grad­u­ates would: 

PEO I. Excel as IT pro­fes­sion­als in pro­vid­ing solu­tions to real world prob­lems using con­tem­po­rary tech­nol­ogy with soci­etal con­sid­er­a­tions and pro­fes­sional ethics.

PEO II. Pos­sess zeal and knowl­edge in IT to pur­sue advanced edu­ca­tion and research.

PEO III. Demon­strate good lead­er­ship and inter­per­sonal skills to work in diver­si­fied teams on mul­ti­dis­ci­pli­nary projects