B. Tech. in Information Technology

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The B. Tech. degree course in Information Technology at the Alliance College of Engineering and Design focuses on developing its graduates into professionals and domain specialists in the area of information technology management, which it achieves by blending the application functionalities of software project management with software systems audit as applied to diverse programming paradigms. Apart from common core subjects, graduates also study elective subjects that deepen their expertise in the development of application software deployed across organizations to integrate and converge diverse processes: enterprise-wide applications; automation and system audit; and security management. In addition, graduates in the course are proficient in the applications of emerging technologies such as content management solutions, strategic computing, web engineering techniques, semantic web techniques as well as in other related areas such as cyber laws and ethics.

Course Structure


Engineering Mathematics I/II
Basics of Mechanical Engineering
Foundations of Computing
Engineering Physics
Basics of Civil Engineering
Environmental Engineering
Foundations of Computing Laboratory
Engineering Physics Laboratory
Basic Engineering Workshop
Engineering Mathematics I/II
Engineering Graphics
Basics of Electrical Engineering
Engineering Chemistry
Basics of Electronics Engineering
Technical English
Engineering Chemistry Laboratory
Electrical and Electronics Laboratory
Engineering Mathematics III
Data Structures
Electronic Devices and Circuits
Digital Design and Computer Organization
Unix Programming and Practice
Analysis and Design of Algorithms
Data Structures and Algorithm Laboratory
Digital Design Laboratory
Engineering Mathematics IV
System Analysis and Design
Object Oriented Programming
Microprocessors and Interfacing
Computer Graphics
Data Communication and Networks
Microprocessors Laboratory
Computer Graphics Laboratory
System Software
Operating Systems
Database Systems
Software Engineering
Automata Theory
Elective I
Operating Systems Laboratory
Database Systems Laboratory
Internet Applications Design
Information Security
Java Programming
Distributed Computing Systems
Elective II
Elective III
Internet Applications Design Laboratory
Java Programming Laboratory
Software Testing
Machine Learning
Simulation and Modelling
Elective IV
Elective V
Software Testing Laboratory
Minor Elective
Elective VI
Elective VII
Elective VIII
Project Work
Minor Elective


Advanced Networks
Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence
Advanced Microprocessors
Mobile Computing
Data Mining
Image Processing
Cloud Computing
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
Neural Networks and Applications
Geographic Information Science
Grid Computing
Cyber Forensics
Advance Analytics
Software Quality Assurance
Advanced Graph Theory
Operations Research
Multi-Agent Systems
Internet Technology
Research Methodology
Embedded Systems Design
Game Theory
Robotics: Vision and Control
Optimization Techniques
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
Business Administration
Customer Relationship Management
Entrepreneurship Management
Fundamentals of Accounting
Financial Management
Human Resource Management
Marketing Management
Managerial Economics
Quality Management
Management Information Systems
Principles and Practices of Management
Electronics and Communication Engineering
Digital Image Processing
Embedded Systems Design
Computer Vision
Artificial Intelligence
Biomedical Instrumentation
Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic
Introduction to VLSI

Note:An elective subject is offered in the B. Tech. in Information Technology course only if a minimum number of students enroll in it.