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Bachelor of Information Technology (BSc IT)

Department of Information Technology

About Us

  • A Bachelor of Science in Information Technology comprises of a detailed study in the field of software development, software testing and computer systems.
  • The department of BSc IT, established in 2013, strives to shape computer professionals of the future. It has a comprehensive curriculum on topics related to programming, electronics, networking, etc.
  • Furthermore, the international collaboration with University of Fraser Valley extends to students an in-depth learning opportunity and exposure to a different study environment.
  • A state of autonomy which was recently established helps in the holistic development of students.

About the HOD

  • Mr. Wilson Rao being the IT Administrator handles entire infrastructure of the college.
  • In addition to handling the responsibilities of the department, he has always been a helping hand to the students shaping them into the IT professionals of the future.
  • Along with this, he is also a member of IQAC, Admission Committee, NAAC Criteria IV and Placement Cell Member.

From The HOD’s Desk

“It is a pleasure to head the Department of IT and BVoc in Software Development. The department with its state of art facilities and highly qualified faculty works with the objective of addressing critical challenges faced by the industry, society and the academia. Perhaps even more important is our unceasing commitment to our students, helping them to learn, grow, develop, and achieve their goals in their pursuit to excel in their professional career.

The Department of IT and BVoc in Software Development has recorded consistent improvement in its academic, research and placement performance. We offer a range of innovatively designed programs whose curricula are constantly updated to meet the changing requirement of the industry and also to meet the needs of major stakeholders. Through innovative teaching-learning process a teamwork approach and leadership building experience, our students gain vital communication and critical –thinking skills. We believe that our students have been well accepted in their job profiles and have consistently exceeded expectations of the corporate world.

During study at the department, the students are encouraged to get hands-on experience in the corporate world through internship projects with reputed organizations. In their curriculum they are encouraged to take up mini projects and assignments to supplement theoretical knowledge with practical experience. We also encourage students to organise events such as Cyber strike (Intercollegiate Tech Fest) and also get involved in activities of social relevance.

With this brief introduction, I welcome you to be a part of our journey towards being a world class centre of excellence in education, training and research.”

Activities of the Department

  1. Curricular: Seminars, Workshops, Presentations, Live Projects and Group Discussions.
  2. Co-curricular: Internships, Cyber security course, Xplore (Annual Science exhibition), Ethical hacking workshops, Avishkar Research Convention (Annual Inter Collegiate Event).
  3. Extra-curricular: “Cyberstrike” is the annual event and “The Digital Dispatch” is the department’s half yearly newsletter.

Special Features

  1. Ability to get relevant industrial experience as part of the degree programme.
  2. Specialized certificate courses offered other than the academic curriculum.
  3. Equips students with skills that are in high demand from industry.
  4. Many of our projects and taught modules are supported by industry.

Placement Cell

  • The prestigious placement cell of the department was established to place our fresh graduates into organizations and companies worth their calibre.
  • It not only aims at placing the Third Year’s but also strives to work towards helping our FY’s and SY’S get internships and training programmes to mould them into the IT professionals of the future.
  • It hosts seminars and workshops on various topics such as CV writing and verbal skill enhancement.

The Dot Com Club

  • The Dot Com Club being the official club of the IT and BVoc (SD) department is an entity “of the students, for the students and by the students”.
  • The members of the Dot Com Club volunteer every year in the official admission process carried out by the college and handle a major part of the entire back-end procedure handling as well as during the confirmation of seats during the merit lists.
  • The department has its very own annual Tech Fest Cyberstrike.


  • “Cyberstrike” is the department’s annual event which consists of workshops such as drone making, competitive activities such as Hackathon, Debate and Quiz and other gaming competitions. The event also consists of seminars on the latest trends and innovations in the IT industry.
  • It is worth highlighting that this year we worked in association with the Public Concern for Governance Trust (PCGT) and volunteered for their events like The Tribute Run 2018 which was a marathon. Students also volunteered at the “Unity in Diversity” event which was held at the NCPA on 26th November 2018 as a tribute to those who were martyred during the grave attacks.
  • A TechTalk was conducted for which we had the eminent dignitary Mr. Brijesh Singh who is the head of Maharashtra Police Cyber unit looking after the Cyber security of the Government of Maharashtra.
  • We had Ms. Janvi from BleeTech Innovations who came forth and presented the reality of her journey through the years to stabilize and establish her company as it is today.
  • The fest had another highlight this year that created a lot of buzz - The Drone Making Workshop. Participants were taught the fundamentals of drone making and were also given proper guidance on how to model, program and fly an actual drone.

The Digital Dispatch

  • The digital dispatch is the department’s E-newsletter.
  • In this publication we highlight the latest trends and innovations of the IT industry and provide updates on the departments yearly activities and events.
  • The newsletter established in 2019 aims at educating the members of the department about several interesting topics such as Tech hacks, latest articles related to the field and Tech trivia.

Click here to view the latest newsletter of the department


The Department of Information Technology is headed by Mr. Wilson Rao with fellow faculty. The faculty of the Department also specializes in the areas of Information Technology.

For the betterment of the Department, weekly plans are made to define how to tackle new initiative or improvements to a process.

Name of the Faculty



Experience (Years)


Mr. B. Wilson Rao




E-Commerce & Internet Security, Java Programming

Ms. Sunita Jena

Assistant Professor



Networking, .Net Programming, Android Programming, Electronics, Web Programming

Ms. Ummehani Saiyed

Assistant Professor



Electronics & Object Oriented Programming

Ms. Bertilla Fernandes

Assistant Professor



Asp.Net With C# and Advanced SQL, Networks

Ms. Priti Shellar

Assistant Professor



Applied Mathematics and Logic & Discrete Mathematics

Ms. Gandhalee Manohar

Assistant Professor



Operating system, Software Engineering and Java

Ms. Shruti Shah

Assistant Professor



Imperative Programming and Computer Graphics

Ms. Krishnachalitha K C

Assistant Professor

MSc-CS, B.Ed, PhD (pursuing)


Computer Networks, Artificial Intelligence

Ms. Mahiba Khan

Assistant Professor



Cloud Computing, Database management System, Data Mining, Networking

Ms. Fathima Sheikh

Assistant Professor



Maths, Digital Electronics, Java Programming, Android Programming