B. Tech in Computer Science and Engineering (IOT)


B.Tech In Computer Science and Engineering (Iot)

The Internet of Things (IoT) is an interdisciplinary programme whose applicability has exploded in recent years, and it has a wide range of applications. The internet of things (IoT) is a developing network of internet-connected devices that have a variety of uses in engineering and science. When objects are networked around the world, people and things who use those objects can connect at any time. Things that are connected will make life easier for people. From urban transportation to medical equipment, household electronics and appliances, automobiles, and heart monitoring implants, to name a few.

GIETU offers a four-year B.Tech programme in Internet of Things (IoT) that aims to provide students with a solid academic foundation, rigorous professional knowledge, and excellent practical skills in the sector. Students will gain a broad understanding of electronic engineering and computer science, as well as a solid foundation in wireless communication and computer networks, as a result of the programme. A thorough understanding of IoT devices, systems, and networks is also required. In addition, students will gain expertise in sensors and instrumentation, chip design, and IoT privacy and security.

Students will get solid skills in sensor network design and network planning for IoT as a result of this curriculum. The curriculum aims to give students a solid theoretical foundation, comprehensive professional knowledge, and strong practical skills in the disciplines of computer technology, communications networks, and IT, which may be used in a variety of ways in the Internet of Things.

Why IoT?

The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the most recent developments in the field of information technology. It’s all going to cause massive upheaval and alter how we acquire information. This technology connects devices and the people who utilize them in their everyday lives. Leading commercial organizations have begun to concentrate on the prospects presented by the Internet of Things. As a result, firms are looking for people with a solid fundamental understanding of the ideas of the Internet of Things.

Some important educational objectives shall be met through the programme B.Tech CSE (Internet of Things). These are:

  • Graduates will establish themselves as professionals by applying exploratory and analytical abilities learned in the discipline of Computer Science and Engineering to real-world challenges.
  • Through their Research & Innovation talents, the graduates will deliver long-term answers to ever-changing transdisciplinary global problems.
  • As a result of the collaboration between industry and academia, the graduates will become employable and successful entrepreneurs.
  • Graduates will display leadership qualities by adhering to a professional code of ethics while solving diverse social challenges in an industrial, entrepreneurial, and research setting.

Graduates of the programme, B.Tech CSE (Internet of Things), will achieve the following outcomes:

  • Engineering Knowledge: Solve complicated engineering problems using knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering foundations, and an engineering specialism.
  • Problem Analysis: Using foundational principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences, identify, formulate, study research material, and analyze difficult engineering problems to achieve justified findings.
  • Solution Design/Development: Design solutions for complex technical challenges and system components or processes that meet the given requirements while taking into account public health and safety, as well as cultural, socioeconomic, and environmental factors.
  • Conduct Sophisticated Problem Investigations: To give valid results, use research-based knowledge and research methodologies such as experiment design, data analysis and interpretation, and information synthesis.
  • Modern Tool Usage: Create, select, and apply relevant approaches, resources, and current engineering and IT tools, such as prediction and modelling, to complicated engineering processes while keeping in mind the restrictions.
  • Engineering and Society: Assess societal, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues, as well as the duties associated with professional engineering activity, using reasoning informed by contextual knowledge.
  • Environment and Sustainability: Demonstrate knowledge of the need for sustainable development by understanding the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts.
  • Professional Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics, responsibilities, and standards of engineering practice.
  • Individual and Teamwork: Work well as an individual, as well as a member or leader in a variety of teams and multidisciplinary situations.
  • Communication: Communicate well with the engineering community and society at large on complicated engineering operations, such as grasping and creating good reports and design documentation, giving and receiving clear directions.
  • Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and comprehension of engineering and management principles and apply them to one’s own work as a team member and leader to manage projects and in multidisciplinary situations.
  • Life-long Learning: Recognize the necessity for independent and life-long learning in the broader context of technological change, and have the preparation and capacity to engage in it.
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