Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT)


The BIT is a four- year program which comprises of 139 credit hours in eight semesters. This course provides considerable breadth and depth in computer science, communication technology as well as mathematics, business management, accounting and humanities. The program has a very strong practical focus. In addition, training on new emerging technologies relevant to the market needs are also given to students as non-credit courses Aims of the ICT Programs: - The programs aim at producing graduates who can work in professions associated with analysis, design, implementation, integration, maintenance (proactive and reactive) and management system involving applications of Information Technology. - It integrates a substantial and definitive perspective on various functional areas of management with the aim of producing professionals who can not only manage systems but also look after overall management. - It combines substantial scientific and technical depth, with coverage of human, social and organizational factors impinging on the application of IT in order to equip graduates for employment as consultants in the field. - Practical work, i.e. developing analytical, critical and inter-personal skills produces graduates competent enough to communicate and handle the changing needs of a constantly evolving and expanding industry. Information technology embraces the use of computers, telecommunications and office system technologies, for the collection, processing storage, packaging and dissemination of information.