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IITGN Comes up with B.Tech in Computer Science Engineering
Right now IITGN i.e. Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar offers the following courses but this academic year they have added another course which is B.Tech in Computer Science Engineering (CSE).
- Mechanical Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
Faculty of CSE at IITGN, Prof Anirban Dasgupta said at this occasion that the curriculum for B.Tech in computer science engineering will include specific tracks in which a sequence of electives will be available for undergraduate students in which they can do their specialisation in. These electives will be related or will include connection with following other fields:
- Computational Mechanics
- Statistical Physics
- Cognitive Computing
- Internet of Things
- Computational Biology
- Quantum Computing
- Computational Social Science etc.
The academic syllabus of curriculum of CSE at IITGN is created in a manner that it provides substantial opportunity for experiencing applications through following ways:
- Hands-on Projects
- Inspired by Real World Problems
It basically focuses on the mathematical foundations of computer science.
These electives are structured to increase the number of specialisations like:
- Algorithm Design
- Machine Learning
- Artificial Intelligence
- Data Science
- Information Security
- Operating Systems
IITGN is making a lot of effort to make their course of B.Tech in computer science engineering a success.
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