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ME – Information Technology

(Master of Engineering in Information Technology)



2 Years



Total Intake

Eligibility Criteria

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The Master of Engineering (ME) in Information Technology is an advanced degree program focused on deepening knowledge and enhancing skills in information technology, covering areas such as software development, systems analysis, network architecture, and database management. This program is designed for graduates looking to excel in the rapidly evolving IT industry.

Programme Objectives

Programme Outcome


The ME in Information Technology program adopts a comprehensive approach that combines theoretical knowledge with practical application. Through a mix of lectures, labs, case studies, and projects, students are encouraged to apply complex IT concepts to real-world problems. This educational strategy emphasizes hands-on experience, critical thinking, and teamwork. Collaborative projects and research initiatives allow students to explore new technologies and methodologies, fostering a culture of innovation and continuous improvement in the IT field.

Programme Educational Objectives


  1. Advanced understanding of IT principles and practices.
  2. Exposure to the latest technologies and methodologies in IT.
  3. Development of strong analytical, problem-solving, and project management skills.
  4. Opportunities for specialization in areas like cybersecurity, data science, and cloud computing.

Value Proposition

Equips graduates with cutting-edge skills demanded by the global IT industry.

Enhances career opportunities and earning potential in various sectors.

Prepares students for leadership roles in technology development and IT project management.

Offers a foundation for innovation and research in information technology.

Career Prospects

Graduates of the ME Information Technology program can pursue a wide array of career opportunities, including:

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