Computing Facilities

The Constituent Colleges of the University is provided with the necessary latest hardware and software infrastructure to cater to the computing needs of all students and faculty and the training needs of information technology related courses.

It is equipped with servers and multiple terminals with multiple operating systems enabling a client-server environment. Internet connections are also provided which helps students in their continuous search for knowledge through the worldwide web.
Library Facilities

The Constituent Colleges of the University has a well-stocked library. Students have access to the finest selection of contemporary books and journals which supplement the prescribed reference books and textbooks, providing students an opportunity to gain significant appreciation of management and IT subjects going well beyond the classroom-based program. Library is augmented with books, periodicals, journals, magazines and other publications on a regular basis.

Workshops, Projects, Labs & Seminars

  • Soft Skills Lab The Soft Skills Lab excels in imparting soft skills which form the vital component of the corporate needs. The exclusive design and the right mix of teaching and training processes of Soft Skills Lab helps the student add a new dimension to his personality. The innovative methodology to impart soft skills is the propelling force and Soft Skills lab thrives on it. The novel approach of the training is a cut above the rest. An activity based learner centered curriculum ensures that the student is well rounded to understand the subtleties of the corporate world. The core elements of methodology like pair work, group work, stimulating group discussions, mock interviews, skits, role plays, etc. instill confidence in the students to meet the challenges of corporate work culture.


  • Projects Students are encouraged to pursue live projects in each of the courses to enhance their learning by applying theoretical concepts to industry situations. This is done under the guidance of experienced faculty to ensure proper focus and implementation.

  • IT Lab Students are required to be proficient in day-to-day office applications on computers. The IT Lab is intended to provide these skills to the students.
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