Computer Science and Engineering
The Computer Science and Engineering Department of Mount Zion college of engineering provides a bridging between theory and practice, with well qualified, committed and experienced faculties and excellent facilities where the students get a rare opportunity to explore in the world of technology.
The department started in the year 2001 with a student intake of 120 in 2 batches for B.Tech programme which was further extended to PG programme with an intake of 24 students in the year 2013.
. The International Conference on "Recent Innovations in Technology and Management", which is conducted in a yearly manner, is a forum to interact with eminent researchers and explore the upcoming trends in Computer Science.
The department is equipped with an expert team of well qualified, experienced and committed faculty members. Five well equipped laboratories with facilities to conduct research activities, functions under the department.
Department plays a vital role in nurturing students with up-to-date knowledge in Computer Science & Engineering. Bridge courses conducted by the department provide opportunities for the students to strengthen the pre-requisites required for various courses in the curriculum. Another highlight of the department is that, it shows keen interest in offering short term/add-on courses apart from the courses in the curriculum, for uplifting the students to meet the growing needs of the industry. Workshops and hand on sessions are conducted on a regular basis, to put on practice, the theoretical concepts learned in the classrooms. To broaden their knowledge in the emerging technologies, the department frequently conducts seminars and invited talks with the support of experienced resource persons from the industry.
The faculty members also pursue research in areas Network Security, Cloud Computing and Big Data Analysis, Image Processing. The U.G. and P.G. students are also encouraged to take part in these research activities by taking up projects and publishing their findings in reputed international conferences and journals.