The department of Information Technology Engineering, established in 2001 provides one of the best learning opportunities to students with its contemporary course design and curriculum encompassing not only Information Technology but also covering key of Communication Technology and by providing state-of-art learning resources. The department currently offers an AICTE approved Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology and is affiliated to the Gujarat Technological University. The faculty comprising of 11 permanent, qualified teaching faculty supported by lab assistants who are committed towards nurturing young IT professionals of next generation. The department has three laboratories which are equipped with latest computer systems and other resources like laptops, projectors, pocket PCs and wireless devices in addition to a constant Internet access facility for students’ project work.

Academic results of Information Technology Department, SCET regularly top among GTU affiliated Engineering colleges of the South Gujarat Zone. The I.T. Department regularly organizes seminars, guest lectures, workshops, short term trainings and programming contests for students to expand their knowledge and skill set beyond the regular curriculum. We encourage our students to work on innovative and industry-applicable projects so that they can become the most highly sought after I.T. graduates in the country.

The Information Technology Department aims to be among the most sought after destination globally in the field of I.T. Education. To bring this vision to reality, we are committed to the following charges:

  • Attaining national and international recognition among peer institutions for excellence in both education and research.
  • Assembling a dynamic body of faculty who exemplify excellence and innovation in the pursuit and delivery of knowledge and will perpetuate the highest standards of engineering education for future generations.
  • Equip our graduating students with sound technical knowledge as well as good communication and teamwork skills so that they can compete successfully in the global I.T. industry.
  • Partnering with academic, industrial and government entities that share and enhance our mission, so that our educational and collaborative efforts result in the maximum positive impact at the state, national and international level.

  • To provide high quality education in the Information Technology discipline through a creative balance of academic, professional, and extracurricular programs.
  • To foster and maintain mutually beneficial partnerships with industry and government through public services assistance and collaborative research.
  • To be a major contributor to our nation's technology base through innovations and research.

The educational objectives of the Information Technology program are designed to produce competent engineers who are ready to contribute effectively to the advancement of Information Technology causes and to accommodate the needs of the profession.

The highlights of the objectives include:

  1. Endorse the practice of Information Technology in the general disciplines of design, development and deployment of software and integration of existing technologies.
  2. Teach the application of fundamental engineering skills and specialized computing knowledge to provide feasible solutions to problems in various areas of IT.
  3. Provide knowledge to students beyond the prescribed curriculum.
  4. Regular organization of technical guest-lectures, programming contests, various quiz, seminars, short-term training programme, conference, workshops and cultural programme for an all-round development of students.

The Information Technology Engineering degree course is targeted at developing the following competencies among students.

They shall be able to:

  1. Apply acquired knowledge of mathematics, science, computing and Information Technology engineering to solve real-world problems.
  2. Develop innovative and feasible solutions for tackling complex engineering problems.
  3. Confidently deal with various aspects relevant to the IT profession.
  4. Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams and culturally diverse environments.
  5. Recognize the need for independent and lifelong learning to remain active in profession and for personal growth.