The Master of Engineering in Information Technology (Internet Technology) is an interdisciplinary program with specialization in Internet Technology and Communications. The course was started in 2004.
The course is affiliated to Goa University and the Scheme of Instructions and Examination and detailed Syllabi is finalized and revised periodically by Goa University through the Board of Studies in Information Technology.
The courses offered to the students include the latest emerging technologies and are specially designed to meet the growing demands of the Industry. Some of the courses offered are Advanced Computer Mathematics, Information Storage and Retrieval, Advanced Database Management, Design Patterns and J2EE, Data Mining and Web Housing, Artificial Intelligence and Neural Networks, Internet Security, Embedded Systems, Web Services and Cloud Computing, Bioinformatics, Natural Language Processing, Software Development Frameworks using .Net, Advanced Image Processing, Real Time Systems and Mobile Application Development.
Admission to the M.E. programme is based on marks obtained at the degree level. Candidates with a valid GATE score and work experience will be given preference.
The applicant should hold a degree in Engineering in any one of the following branches:
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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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