Netaji Subhash Engineering College
Year Founded: 1998
Affiliation: West Bengal University of Technology, Kolkata
Contact No: 033 - 24363333, 24361285
Location: Techno City , Garia, Kolkata, West Bengal, India - 700 152
Bachelor of Technology in Information Technology
Category: Information Technology
Mode: Full Time
In today’s Industrial Environment, the disciplines of Computer Science & Engineering and Information Technology have come to the forefront for providing tools and techniques to the rest of industry - Heavy Engineering, Science Sector, Finance Sector, Entertainment Sector and all other basic Industries. Especially after the advent of Internet the requirement for the design of newer and newer Computer applications has increased million fold, as even the small traders and businessmen have become globally connected and e-commerce has become the new business model.
In order to provide manpower for such a scenario, and inconformity with the mission of Netaji Subhash Engineering College has been to develop quality technical manpower through the departments of Computer Science & Engineering, and Information Technology. The no of students that we admit for B. Tech. degree in these departments are - Computer Science & Engineering-120 and Information Technology-90.
The department is one of the very few Engineering Colleges in the Private Sector in the Eastern Region, who admits students in M.Tech, Computer Science & Engineering. The intake is 18. We also provide another Master’s degree course. MCA (Master of Computer Applications) for graduate students, the intake being 60. In recognition of our effects, the Department of Computer Science & Engineering has been awarded a NBA accreditation for excellence in imparting technical education in 2005 for a period of three years. As an Industry recognition, the prime Software Organization of the country TCS has also accredited the department.
Prime Organisations like IBM, TCS, Wipro, Accenture, Sasken, Mindfree- recruit students through campus interviews every year and in average 70% of the students are placed by the time they pass out.
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