The Department of Information of Technology was started in 2001 with a vision to provide a place for Innovation, Scientific Discovery and New Technology to evolve as a Center of Excellence for research and learning, integrating Computer and Information Sciences with Natural Sciences and Basic Engineering. The department prepares over 72 graduates (UG) every year to become leaders in diverse fields such as academia, industry and government.
Admission based on TNEA entrance exam.
A pass in HSC (Academic) with Maths, Physics and Chemistry
A pass in HSC (Vocational Stream) with Engineering Vocational subjects and any one or two of related subjects (Maths, Physics and Chemistry)
Diploma in one of the Engineering Courses (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical or Electronics)
Any other Equivalent qualification approved by the State Board of Technical Education/Higher Secondary Board of Tamilnadu.
Candidates belonging to communities other than SC/ST should have passed the qualifying examination in not more than two appearances. Candidates belonging to SC/ST should have passed the qualifying examination in not more than three appearances.
For SC/ST candidates, a mere pass in the qualifying examination will suffice.
Candidates belonging to communities other than SC/ST should have obtained the following minimum percentage of marks.
A) H.S.C. (Academic) and other equivalent candidates
OC – 50% average in the related subjectsBC – 45% average in the related subjectsMBC I DNC – 40% average in the related subjectsSC/ST – 40% average in the related subjects
B) H.S.C. (Vocational) Candidates
C) Diploma Holders
No Age Limit
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Accreditation is a process by which the quality of a programme is examined and certified normally by an external body of academics. It validates and certifies that academic processes practised within an institute are robust and relevant.
For any programme to be recognized for further studies or a profession it needs to be approved either by a University or/and by a professional council as the case may be.
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