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CS Department Programming Laboratory
Time: 10:10 am, 12 March 2000
Location: Perumon, Kerala, India
2'nd National Conference on AICT18 by Department of CS/IT sponsored by TEQIP-II on 20'th and 21'st of March 2018.
National Symposium on Computational Intelligence by CS/IT Department on 13-15 March 2017
Program Educational Objective
01. Graduates shall have strong foundation in fundamental principles of computer science discipline that will prepare them to pursue higher education
02. Graduates shall be able to manage and design project in multidisciplinary environment by effective team work and leadership skills
03. Graduates shall promote life-long learning and ethical responsibilities in profession for the betterment of the society
(a). An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to develop computing solutions for real world problems
(b). An ability to identify, formulate and solve computing problems by analyzing and interpreting data.
(c). An ability to design and implement a computer based system, component or process to meet desired needs of the software industry.
(d). An ability to communicate and work effectively as an individual or a team member in software project teams
(e). An ability to engage in life-long learning to adapt to ever changing technologies in the field of computer science
(f). An ability to use the techniques, skills and modern software engineering tools necessary for engineering practices
(g). An ability to understand professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities.
(h). An ability to understand contemporary technological issues and apply them in software project management & development.
(i). An ability to apply various software engineering and management approaches for managing software projects and to become good entrepreneurs
(j). An ability to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental and societal context.
(k). An ability to familiarise, simulate and analyze the complexity measures of computing algorithms