The University School of Computer Science & Information Technology was established in 1986. The Institute since then has endeavored into promoting technical education and research in the important and fast growing branches of Information Technology. It is an autonomous department under Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya with its goal set to produce computer science specialists to meet the global challenges.
The courses offered in our department rightly reflect our mission. We produce international quality IT professionals and our alumina are a part of top companies of world. We pay more attention on analytical skills, problem solving and communication skills. Theory is complemented by practicals and projects. Many of the projects are done for local entrepreneurs in a team which enable the team building spirits in students and prepare them for working in cross cultural environments. Ten students involved in honorary software development for Non Government organizations and Sindhu Sahkari Cooperative bank and three have developed software for blood donor social organizations. The department has played a key role and initiative to lay optical fiber in university for campus wide internet on every desktop and setting latest technology based IT infrastructure in 1999-2000 of global standards. Also, the department faculty members have produced text books of global standards for the country and international universities clearly reflecting our vision.
To achieve excellent standards of quality education by keeping pace with rapidly changing technologies & create computer professionals of global standards with capabilities of accepting new challenges.
To produce world-class professionals who have excellent analytical skills, communication skills, team building spirit and ability to work in cross cultural environment.
To produce international quality IT professionals, who can independently design,develop and implement computer applications.
Professionals who dedicate themselves to mankind, who are environment conscious, follow social norms and ethics.