The Department moulds young outstanding engineers who are academically strong in both theory and practicals. It organizes supplementary programs, which include Paper Presentations, Technical seminars and 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.

Computing Facilities

The computing facility of the Dept consists of a state-of-the-art network of computers with more than 330 nodes spread over 7 separate labs running with Linux & Windows servers, namely, Advanced Systems Lab, Network and Hardware Lab, Programming Lab, Project Lab, E-yantra Lab, Research Lab and Knowledge Lab.


The Computer Science Association consists of the faculty as well as the students of both B. Tech and M. Tech. The Association encourages students to prove their worth through the annual technical and cultural festival, 'ASTHRA'. Designed to instil confidence and to inspire creativity, ASTHRA serves as a testimonial of unity in the whole Computer Science Dept. The first ASTHRA, hosted in 2006, set the benchmark in terms of quality and technology integration, and we are keen on raising the bar, year after year.


The Dept is at par with the latest technological developments. One of our main objectives is to extend our knowledge and resources to the community at a larger level. The first project, Societal Technology Education Programme (STEP) is a joint venture of the Dept and C-DAC (Centre for Development of Advance Computing), which aims at imparting computer literacy to all age groups Read more

Transformative Partnership

In a momentous ceremony at the Amal Jyothi Campus, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was officially inked between Amal Jyothi Engineering College and Elmhurst University, USA. The collaboration aims to foster extensive cooperation in teaching, research, courses, and project development. The MoU was exchanged between Bishop Mar Jose Pulikal and Dr. Troy Wanken, President of Elmhurst University, signifying a commitment to mutual academic development. The event witnessed the presence of College Managing Trustee Fr. Bobby Alex, Manager Rev. Dr. Mathew Paikat, Director Dr. Z V Lakaparambil, and key figures including Dr. James Kulich, Head of Department of Computer Science and Information Systems at Elmhurst University, Dr. Juby Mathew, Head of Computer Science and Engineering at Amal Jyoti Engineering College, and Dr. Jobi Abraham, Director of Tabor Infotech. Read more


The main objective of the conference is to create a shared platform for engineers, academics, scientists, industry professionals, researchers, and students. This platform facilitates the exchange and sharing of experiences and research findings concerning diverse aspects of cybersecurity. The conference also aims to foster discussions on the practical challenges faced and the solutions implemented in this dynamic field. Read more


International Journal on Emerging Research Areas (IJERA) – ISSN 2230-9993- is a peer-reviewed journal published by the Computer Science and Engineering Department of Amal Jyothi College of Engineering, Kerala. The journal invites research articles and review articles that converse the developments made in various emerging research fields. The scope of the journal covers various emerging areas in Engineering Science. It also encourages interdisciplinary research articles. Read more


The Dept has got an opportunity to partner in research and to deploy the Aakash tablets with two objectives. The first is to test and enhance the effectiveness of these tablets for use in classrooms. The second is the development of new educational applications and contents on Aakash, largely through final year Research and Development projects by B.Tech and M.Tech students of the department. Read more


Kerala State Council for Science, Technology, and Environment (KSCSTE) in association with Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Amal Jyothi College of Engineering, Kanjirappally, is jointly organizing a project, named “NextGuard: Cybercrime- Community Awareness and Prevention.The basic objective is to provide awareness about cybercrimes and cyber laws to the students, parents and the public. Read more

IBM Skills Build

IBM SkillsBuild for Engineering Colleges goes beyond traditional education by offering students a holistic learning experience. Amal Jyothi College of Engineering is proud to be an integral part of IBM's SkillsBuild program, enhancing the academic journey of its students in engineering. By collaborating with IBM, the college provides students with a unique opportunity to delve into cutting-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and data science. The program not only equips them with practical skills but also opens doors to valuable internship opportunities, allowing students to apply their knowledge in real-world settings. Additionally, participants have the chance to earn skill badges and certifications, bolstering their credentials and increasing their competitiveness in the job market. Amal Jyothi College of Engineering, through its affiliation with IBM SkillsBuild, is committed to nurturing a skilled workforce that is well-prepared for the challenges of the future, ensuring that its students stand out as proficient and industry-ready professionals.

AI and Data Science Lab

The Computer Science and Engineering Department of Amal Jyothi College of Engineering is associated with Elmhurst University, USA for higher studies and as part of the association, an AI and Data Science Lab is equipped on the campus. Dive into hands-on exploration, research, and application of Machine Learning, Big Data Analytics, and more. Our lab is a dynamic space where students unravel the mysteries of artificial intelligence, collaborate on impactful projects, and stay at the forefront of data-driven innovation.


‘r4radio’, a novel initiative of the Dept. of CSE, is an internet radio station from the Amal Jyothi College campus. There is a lot more to it than meets the eye. It is the first internet radio from an engineering campus in Kerala. A pioneer in the State, ‘r4radio’ was implemented under the IEDC by the National Science and Technology Entrepreneurship Development Board (NSTEDB), Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India. The project is an independent internet radio broadcasting system which can broadcast multiple channels simultaneously. It also acts as a medium for developing the creative skills of students. Providing facilities for broadcasting third party radio channels at a reasonable rate is being done as the business part of the project. Listen to r4radio

Career Enhancement Cell (CEC)

The Career Enhancement Cell of the Dept consists of a team of highly motivated and experienced members of faculty who have a proven track record in the IT industry and academia. Two student representatives are selected from each class of CSE. It is this team which co-ordinates the placement and entrepreneurship development activities of the Dept. Development of problem- solving skills, Communication and behavioural skills, and Tech and Domain skills are some of the major areas of concentration. Read more

Department Info

HoD: Dr. Juby Mathew
Area of Specialization: Analysis of Algorithms, Soft Computing, Soft Computing, Data Science, Artificial Intelligence
Mob: + 91 9447601251

Department Location Ground Floor, Divisional Block A
Year of Establishment B.Tech in Computer Science & Engineering - 2001
M.Tech in Computer Science & Engineering - 2011
Total number of Classrooms 11
Total number of Laboratories 6

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