The ideal engineer is a composite… He is not a scientist, he is not a mathematician, he is not a sociologist or a writer, but he may use the knowledge and techniques of any or all of these disciplines in solving engineering problems NW Dougherty

Computer Engineering

Computer Engineering is one of the most soughed disciplines of engineering courses and is the practical and scientific approach to its application. In Computer Engineering the student will go through the algorithms, programming languages, operating systems, database management systems, computer network, computer graphics and artificial intelligence.

Computer Engineering Department

The Institute recognizes the key role that computers play in teaching as well as research. Govt. Polytechnic Ambota is committed to providing computing facilities of highest standards. There is well qualified faculty in Computer Engineering Department, which are commited to provide the quality education to the students. In Computer Engineering Department, there are three computer laboratories & one computer centres with 170 computer systems with latest configuration. All the latest softwares are installed spanning even beyond the curriculum so that the students continually upgrade their skills. All the computer laboratories & centres are well furnished & air conditioned.
Laboratories- Multimedia Lab, Networking Lab, Programming Lab, Hardware Lab, Computer Center, Digital & Microprocessor Lab.(Shared with Electronics & Communication Engg.), Basic Electrical Engg. Lab (Shared with Electronics & Communication Engg.). Operating Plateform MS Windows XP/Vista/7 MS Windows 2003/2008 Server Linux : Ubuntu/Fedora/Redhat Software Languages: Turbo C/C++, Java, SQL, VB .net, HTML/DHTML, Java/VB Scripting Languages etc. Development/Tools : DreamWeaver CS5.5, MS Visual Basic, Oracle 10g, AutoCad, Flash, Adobe Creative SuiteCS5.5 etc. Applications: Microsoft Office, Corel Draw, Adobe Photoshop, Pagemaker, Adobe Acrobat etc.

HOD Message

Learning is a continuous process and does not end with the acquisition of a degree, especially because steady and rapid advances in computing technologies shorten the life of tools and techniques prevalent today. Therefore we do not aim to make our students walking manuals of any language or package. Instead, they are given a strong foundation in computer science and problem-solving techniques, and are made adaptable to changes.