Department of Information Technology

Labs & Infrastructure

Lab-Incharge : Dr. Seba Susan , Associate Professor

Associate Lab-Incharge : Ms. Priyanka Meel , Assistant Professor

Technical Assistant : Rajesh Kumar Dangi

Computer networking is considered an essential sub-discipline of computer science engineering and information technology. The Computer network laboratory aims to develop practical understanding of design issues of computer networks. The lab is equipped with latest hardware and software to enable a list of experiments, that supplement the theoretical understanding of, network medium, communications protocol used and topologies.

Officer-in-Charge: Prof Kapil Sharma

Technical Assistant : Rajesh Kumar Dangi

Information and Security Lab was established in 2010 under Information Security Education and Awareness project (2006-2014). This project was started by Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY), Ministry of communication and information technology, Government of India in 2006 and completed in 2014. There are various ladders for implementation of the project, starting from Resource centers, Participating Institute and Implementing Agencies. There are various roles assigned to each category starting from Introduction of Information Security Curriculum at M.Tech & B.Tech level and Research Activity/PhD, train System Administrators by offering Diploma Course in Information Security.

Key achievements:

  • A new postgraduate course was also started with special emphasis on information security.

  • 6 PhD students was enrolled in the area of information security (1 completed and 2 near completion).

  • Organized information security awareness programs in school and colleges.

  • Industry linkage with Samsung India Electronics Pvt. Ltd and SAG DRDO for various research and PhD activities.

  • More than 25 research papers were published in international journals and conference of repute.

  • Approximate 50 students of graduation and post-graduation have completed their projects in information security.

Facilities available:

The lab consists of approximately 20 computers interconnected via LAN. These computers are running Windows 2010 and Windows 2007.


  • Matrox Imaging System

  • Node.js

  • Jet Brains Web storm 2016


  • Rational Rose Enterprise Edition

  • Code Blocks

  • Oracle Database 10g Express Edition

  • Turbo C++

  • Microsoft SQL Server 2008

  • Dev- C++

Matrox Imaging System is a high speed vision processing system which consists of a comprehensive collection of software tools for developing image analysis, machine vision, medical imaging and video analytics applications. These tools are designed to enhance productivity, thereby reducing the time and effort required to bring your solution to market. Various components of the system are:

  • High speed frame Grabber Card

  • High Resolution Camera- 10bit

  • High End Image Analyzer- 3 user

Officer-in-Charge: Ms. Anamika Chauhan , Assistant Professor

Associate Officer-in-Charge: Mr. Jasraj Meena , Assistant Professor

Technical Assistant: Mr. Rajesh Kumar Dangi

The application of systematic, disciplined and quantifiable approaches to the cost-effective development and programming evolution of high-quality solutions in the World Wide Web environment. The World Wide Web (Web) has become the dominant platform for ubiquitously accessible information and applications of any kind. The Web has gone far beyond presenting information of research groups as in its early beginning.

Web engineering lab focuses on various approaches related to data mining, Mobile Computing, Computer Networking, Social Networks, Information Engineering, Human Computer Interaction, Information Systems, E-Commerce, Software Engineering, Web Applications, Web Mining and Web Content Technology (such as ASP.NET, HTTP, HTML, CSS, XML Java Script, CGI, Perl, python, C, C++, R, Ruby, C#, Visual Basic, MATLAB, SQL, Pascal and PHP).

Our Research focuses on:

  • Enterprise modelling

  • Semantically-based recommendations

  • Semantic and mobile Web applications & information privacy

  • Web-based information management

  • Knowledge management system

Equipments in WEB Engineering Lab:

1. Computers and Hardware Peripherals -:

Manufacturer/ Model


Operating System


Accer Veriton

Intel (R) Core (TM) i5-4570 CPU@3.20GHz/

2.00 GB RAM/500.00 GB HDD

64-bit Windows Pro 10


HP Compaq dc 7900

Convertible minitower

Intel (R) Core (TM) 2 Duo CPU E8400 @ 3.00GHz 1.97 GHz/1.00 GB RAM/250.0 GB HDD

32-bit Windows 7


Dell Optiplex 990

Intel (R) Core (TM) i5 - 2400 CPU @ 3.10 GHz/2.00 GB RAM/300.0 GB HDD

32-bit Windows 7 Professional



Dual AMD Opterm Processor/2GB RAM/250 GB dual HDD

64-bit Windows XP


HP Compaq dx 7400 Microtower

Intel (R) Core (TM) 2 Duo E6750@2.66 GHZ/1 GB RAM/150 GB HDD

32-bit Windows 7 Professional


2. Projector:-

Hitachi LCD Projector with dual Connection and Rubber Wood Podium with Mixer Amplifier, Microphone, Speakers etc. for Power Point Presentation and other activities in the Lab.

3. UPS:-

Uniline 10 KVA 360 V UPS with 30 batteries for Uninterrupted power Supply in the Lab.

4. Networking Switches and Wi-Fi:-

Manageble Networking switches and Wi-Fi access point in the lab for access Internet on Desktop and Laptop.

Installed Software & Tools:-

Turbo C++ 4.0 , Code blocks – 13.12 , Dev Cpp -,Matlab, Rational Rose 2002,Prolog,Flash Max 2004,Mirosoft office 2007,2010 etc.


Officer-in-Charge : Ritu Agarwal , Assistant Professor

Technical Assistant : Rajesh Kr. Dangi

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering has a well- established Programming Laboratory. The programming lab offers hardware facilities like high end computer systems,internet, and programming facilities, like Matlab and C for various undergraduate and postgraduate courses.Programming forms the core of Computer Science. Other aspects of the Programing Lab are either side-issues, or specialisations from the basic programming core. Therefore Programming is the core first-year course in all our Computer Science degrees, and is an essential prerequisite to almost all that follows in the second and third year.

Facilities available :

The lab consists of approximately 14 computers interconnected via LAN. These computers are running Windows 2007 . The details of software installed in the lab are as follows:

1. Matlab

2. Dev C++

3. Turbo C

4. Mirosoft office 2007,2010

Officer-in-Charge: Dr. D K Vishvakarma , Associate Professor

Technical Assistant: Rajesh Kr. Dangi

Lab Website

Biometric, also "life measurement" is associated with the unique physiological characterisitics to identify individuals. The biometric Research Lab has been introduced with the objective of unifying and integrating methodologies to secure identity of individuals. The lab focusses on applying advancements in Deep Learning as well as Vision Fundamentals to solve problems that are intrinsically correlated to various aspects of life. In lieu with these goals, the lab has sought to equip undergraduate and graduate students with the relevant mathematical and computational know-how to contribute to our research endeavors.

The current research attempts are pivoted about:-

1. Iris

2. Signature

3. Finger Print

4. Facial Characterisitics.

The Laboratory provides state of the art technological equipments to enable researchers to carry out experiments.

1. Nvidia GTX 1070 GPUs for high speed computational processing

2. Microsoft XBOX360 Kinects and IR Sensors for depth mapping for various vision tasks.

3. Fingerprint storage and mapping facility.

4. DSLR cameras for high resolution multi pose facial image capturing.

We work with fine grained approaches derived from concepts of deep and transfer learning for efficient scalable representations.

The lab encourages students to actively follow research advancement through a paper a week office hours where students discuss and present among each other a summarization of a recent research article.

The laboratory functions in close collaboration with the Vision and AI Research Group to facilitate incorporation of recent Generative approaches to obtain sustainable solutions to imaging related problems.

Officer-in-Charge: Prof Kapil Sharma

Technical Assistant : Rajesh Kumar Dangi

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