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    Program Structure

    First Semester
    • DF1
    • Communication skills
    • 4 Credits
    • DF2
    • Engg. Mathematics i
    • 4 Credits
    • DF3
    • Applied physics
    • 4 Credits
    • DF4
    • Applied chemistry
    • 4 Credits
    • DF3P
    • Applied physics practical
    • 4 Credits
    • DF4P
    • Applied chemistry practical
    • 4 Credits

    TOTAL CUMULATIVE CREDITS – 24 Credits

    Second Semester
    • DF5
    • Engg. Mathematics ii
    • 4 Credits
    • DF6
    • Information technology applications
    • 4 Credits
    • DF7
    • Basic electronics
    • 4 Credits
    • DF8
    • Workshop practice
    • 4 Credits
    • DF7P
    • Basic electronics practical
    • 4 Credits
    • DF8P
    • Workshop practice practical
    • 4 Credits

    TOTAL CUMULATIVE CREDITS – 24 Credits

    Third Semester
    • DSITO1
    • Engg. Mathematics iii
    • 4 Credits
    • DSITO2
    • Applied mechanics
    • 4 Credits
    • DSITO3
    • Electrical technology
    • 4 Credits
    • DSITO4
    • Engg. Graphics
    • 4 Credits
    • DSITO5
    • Computer networks
    • 4 Credits
    • DSCIT2P
    • Applied mechanics practical
    • 4 Credits
    • DSCIT3P
    • Electrical technology practical
    • 4 Credits

    TOTAL CUMULATIVE CREDITS – 28 Credits

    Fourth Semester
    • DSITO6
    • Digital techniques & applications
    • 4 Credits
    • DSITO7
    • Computer peripherals & interfacing
    • 4 Credits
    • DSITO8
    • Computer commercial applications & system analysis
    • 4 Credits
    • DSITO9
    • Object oriented programming
    • 4 Credits
    • DSITO10
    • Microprocessor and programming
    • 4 Credits
    • DSITO9P
    • Object oriented programming practical
    • 4 Credits
    • DSITO10P
    • Microprocessor and programming practical
    • 4 Credits

    TOTAL CUMULATIVE CREDITS – 28 Credits

    Fifth Semester
    • DTITO1
    • Peripheral devices & measuring instruments.
    • 4 Credits
    • DTITO2
    • Database management systems
    • 4 Credits
    • DTITO3
    • Electronics communication systems
    • 4 Credits
    • DTITO4
    • Pc architecture and maintenance
    • 4 Credits
    • DTITO5
    • Data structures
    • 4 Credits
    • DTITO1P
    • Peripheral devices and meas. Instruments practical
    • 4 Credits
    • DTITO2P
    • Database management system
    • 4 Credits

    TOTAL CUMULATIVE CREDITS – 28 Credits

    Sixth Semester
    • DTITO6
    • Unix operating system
    • 4 Credits
    • DTITO7
    • Computer graphic
    • 4 Credits
    • DTITO8
    • Web page designing
    • 4 Credits
    • DTITO9
    • System programming
    • 4 Credits
    • DTITO10
    • Project
    • 4 Credits
    • DTIT8P
    • Web page designing practical
    • 4 Credits

    TOTAL CUMULATIVE CREDITS – 24 Credits

    Program Overview

    Diploma in Information Technology Engineering or Engineering Diploma in Information Technology Engineering or Polytechnic in Information Technology refers to the schedule for Information Technology Engineering is predominantly formulated to allocate the students with both the theoretical comprehension and non-theoretical skills. It also entitles the applicants to figure out the assorted difficult problems. The curriculum also aims to upgrade a scientific extent of knowledge and skills in design, analysis, implementation, and use of both the core skills and specialization skills. The students are also taught various basic and central abstract involving information security, computer networking, web systems and software engineering. Aspirants looking forward to pursuing a career in B. Tech in Information Technology have a great opportunity because IT sector is one of the most significant sectors today. In recent times, no business is distant from the impact of IT.

    Key Role of Information Technology Engineering

    • Research and Development (R&D): Research and development is about designing, improving and creating products and services. Some public sectors provide good earning opportunity. This is the most prestigious sector for Engineers.
    • Manufacturing: Information Technology Engineering plays a significant role in the manufacture, design and building of something which is indigenously concludes to be not possible.
    • Design: Design engineering is grounded on CAD tool. This is the most encouraging sector for Information Technology Engineers currently.
    • Software Development: With the help of software, engineers can improve productivity of companies tasks.
    • Installation: This is also fundamental plant job for Information Technology Engineers. Under the observation of Information Technology Engineers, the part of machines are installed.
    • Maintenance: Maintenance job is related with preservation of machines using divergent tools of Information Technology Engineering.
    • Analysis and testing: This is also a new trending job along with design. In this job you have to experiment with the products. Quality assurance is also the part of it.
    Industries where Diploma in Information Technology Engineers can work:
    • Software Companies
    • IT Companies
    • Automobiles Industries
    • CAD-CAM Industries
    • Communication Companies
    • Design & Manufacturing Industries
    • AI & Many More.