Produce graduates who have the foundation to become successful as software engineers and as innovators responding to technological change.
1. To inculcate comprehensive knowledge of the fundamental principles, theories and applications of Information and Communication Technology as a branch of scientific study.
2. To develop students; competence in relating to himself, his fellowmen, his country and the rest of the world through the behavioral and social sciences; develop the power of written and oral expression through language and literary studies; enhance analytical ability through natural sciences and mathematics.
3. To provide effective linkages and exposure to relate the academic instructions to actual practices in the field of information technology.
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