Department of Computer Engineering
The department of Computer Engineering was created in the Faculty of Engineering & Technology by the president of India in his capacity as the visitor of the Aligarh Muslim University vide letter no. F.7.22 (C.E.)/91-NRO/ED-1352 dated 13.06.1991 from the Ministry of Human Resource Development. The Department is currently running a B.Tech. Programme in Computer Engineering and an M.Tech. Programme in Computer Science and Engineering with specialization in Software Engineering. In a short span of time since its creation, the Department of Computer Engineering has performed exceedingly well on academic front. The success of a Department is best judge by the performance of its students. The students have fared commendably in various national as well as International level competitions like, GATE, CAT, GRE, SAT etc. They have secured admissions to higher studies at institutions of repute. The training and skills that they acquire have aided in their overwhelming success at placements in prestigious organizations both at national as well as global level.
The Department is also actively involved in conducting Faculty development programmes as well as training programmes for the benefit of the staff as well its students. It is also keeping abreast with the rapid advancements in the field of Computer Engineering by frequent revision of course structure and syllabi.
Thrust Area Of The Department:
Parallel Computing Soft Computing Web Mining Software Engg Computer Graphics
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