The Department moulds young outstanding engineers who are academically strong in both theory and practical. It organizes supplementary programs, which include Paper Presentations, Technical seminars & Mock Interviews to prepare the student for a career in the computing field or for graduate study. Special orientation is provided to the staff periodically for updating their acumen and to imbibe the latest technological changes. The staff and students are members of the Computer Society of India.
The computing facility of the Department consists of a state-of-the-art network of computers with more than 250 nodes spread over 7 separate labs running with Linux Server & Windows servers. The various labs are Project Lab, Graphics Lab, Hardware Lab, Programming Lab, and System Software Lab.
Apart from the college central library, a separate library is functioning in the Department with the perspective of providing latest computer books for reference and preparation of Project & Seminar reports. View Book Titles
Computer Science Association
The Computer Science Association consists of all faculty members in the department as well as all students of 2nd, 3rd and 4th years of Computer Science and Engineering. The Association encourages students to prove their worth through the annual technical and cultural festival, 'ASTHRA'. Designed to instill confidence and to inspire creativity, ASTRA serves as a testimonial of unity among the whole Computer Science Department. The first ASTHRA, hosted in 2006, has set the benchmark in terms of quality and technology integration, and we are keen on raising the bar, year after year.
Community Extension Developmental Cell
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering is at par with the latest technological developments. CEDC is a Community Extension Developmental Cell functioning in the Department. Its objective is to extend our knowledge and resources to the community at large. The first Project, Societal Technology Education Programme (STEP) is a joint venture of the Department of Computer Science and C-DAC (Centre For Development of Advance Computing), Kanjirappally, which aims at imparting computer literacy to all age groups in the society. Read more
‘r4radio’, a novel initiative of the Dept. of CSE, is an internet radio station from the Amal Jyothi college campus. But that’s not all; there is a lot more to it than meets the eye. It is the first internet radio from an engineering campus in Kerala. Being the pioneers in the state, ‘r4radio’ was implemented under the scheme of IEDC by National Science and Technology Entrepreneurship Development Board (NSTEDB), Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India. The project is to build an independent internet radio broadcasting system which can broadcast multiple channels simultaneously. It acts as a media for developing the creative skills of the students of Amal Jyothi. Providing facilities for broadcasting third party radio channels at a reasonable rate is being done as a business part of the project. Listen to r4radio