of the program
Advanced Networks: Designing and building advanced networks are the need of the hour to provide sophisticated network based services to users. Each of these advanced networks are based on a different technology, protocol, media, etc and have their own characteristic features and challenges. This programme is designed to impart knowledge required to design, construct and manage such advanced networks.
Cyber Security: One of the important challenges brought about by the networks and network based applications is the cybersecurity threats and attacks. Technical competency with respect to concepts, algorithms and protocols which help to circumvent the Cybersecurity challenges is an indispensable know how which is imparted as part of this specialization degree.
Networks and Cybersecurity Management
The Technological Management aspects of the network and cybersecurity earn equal significance as their technical aspects. Industry and International best practices and standards in managing networks and cybersecurity and privacy management are stringently being followed across the globe by the industry and academia and seek inevitable aspect of the network and cybersecurity specialization.
Who can prefer this Course
B.Tech. / B.E. in Computer Science and Engineering / Information Technology / Electronics & Communication Engineering / Electrical and Electronics Engineering / Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering OR M.Sc. in Computer Science / Information Technology / Software Engineering OR MCA with Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science/Computer Applications / Information Technology or equivalent / Mathematics / Statistics / Physics / Electronics/ Applied Science with a minimum of 55% of marks in each degree. The admission to M.Tech. programmws (CSE & NIS) is based on the performance in the Entrance Examination. The entrance examination is of objective type. The question paper consists of 100 questions which will be from the subjects of following areas.
Data Structures and Algorithms, Computer Architecture, Operating Systems and System Software
Microprocessors, DBMS, Networks, Web Technology, Compilers, Automata and Formal Languages, AI
Graphics, Software Engineering, Programming Languages (C, C++ and Java) and Recent Trends in Computer Science related domains.