Introduction

The School of Computing Skills provides training in the field of information storing, processing and communication, using computers. Computers are involved in daily life, from smartphones to laptops, the Internet, medical instruments, lighting technology and to the use and control of robots or machines that can substitute humans, especially in tasks which are considered dangerous to humans.

Networking is the construction, design and use of a network, including the hardware (cabling, hub, bridge, switch, router, and so forth), the selection and use of telecommunication protocols and software, for use and management of the network and the establishment of operation policies.Skills in these areas are very important today, looking at the upward trend in digitization, Information Technology, Smart Cities and industrial automation.

A Network architect has the skill to work with a company's computer network, using information technology, to make network systems for all employees to use. These networks can include local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), intranets and extranets. Network complexity can vary depending on the organization and the company may have one dedicated engineer, or many globally connected engineers working together with the Chief Technology Officer.

At present the School offers a 3-year undergraduate program in Vocational Studies, related to Computer Networking, called B. Voc. IT/(Networking). Exit options are also available to students after one or two years, to do a 1-year Diploma or a 2-year Advanced Diploma, respectively, in IT/(Networking).

Objectives

Infrastructure and Equipment

Currently, the School has the following Labs. and associated equipment -

           > Water level Indicator             
           > Cell phone controlled Home Appliance
           > Voice controlled robotic vehicle
           > Arduino based digital clock +RH indicator
           > Edge Follower robot

A PCB Design and Fabrication Lab and a Robotics Lab

Memorandum of Understanding

Two MoUs have been signed by the School in the past few months. Details are as follows:

A) With Aha3D Innovations, Jaipur: the MoU was signed in February 2018, for technical collaboration to

B) With Forsk Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Jaipur: the MoU was signed in March 2018, wherein Forsk will support, as knowledge partner, the deployment of the following programs, scheduled to start at BSDU in the next Academic year:

Programmes Offered

Faculty Members

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