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Computer Science and IT are attractive avenues to many people because of the income potential it can bring! Engineering is the art of applying scientific and mathematical principles, experience, judging the problems and befit to the people from applying common sense. Engineers are problem solvers and  the search for faster, better quality, less expensive routes to use the forces and materials of nature to meet tough challenges. The software engineering’s discipline encompasses knowledge, tool and methods for defining software requirements, and performing software design. Mainly Engineering is a bridge between mathematics and the technology which is needed of mankind. Engineering disciplines are dependent on mathematical and based on problem solving.

Chilkur Balaji Institute of Technology is approved by AICTE New Delhi and is affiliated to JNTU. The department of CSE at Chilkur Balaji Institute of Technology was established in 2007 with annual intake of total 60 seats each in the CSE and IT streams. The seats are filled through the EAMCET counseling with the college code CBTV. There is no donation for the above courses and the management seats are filled based upon the management quota fees prescribed by the government.

Mr. Jaya Kumar with an M.tech degree, is the Head of this Department. The Administrative officer, Mr. Raza contributes to the smooth functioning of the college. The Computer Science Department is designed to keep pace with the developments as they take place. The 40 ton capacity fully air-conditioned laboratory has 120 Wipro systems with centralized network round the clock with internet facility. The computer systems are installed with all the required software like Visual Studio, Oracle, Linux catering to the JNTU curriculum. UPS and generators support these labs. The labs are taken care of by the lab incharge Mr. Shaheed Syed.

Computer Lab. Credit: Vigilant Knight

Computer Lab. Credit: Vigilant Knight

Another computer lab, which is still under construction and which probably will be completed in a few days will help in overcoming the problem of insufficiency. The Computer Science department is planning for 280 dual core 2 machines operating at fast speed, all connected in LAN environments for the new lab.

Library is nerve of the institution. It has been strengthened year by year. It contains more than 1500 commendably categorized text books and reference books for the CSE and IT students. Spacious reading rooms are available. IT prescribes about 10 national journals along with the prominent national diaries.

The students are allowed to the lab only if they are in formal dress with their lab observation books up to date. Manjula, 3rd year CSE student opines, “There is no partiality in giving marks in the labs. We get what we deserve unlike other college students, who loose their marks due to various reasons. The lab assistants and in-charges are  friendly with us but yeah, they are a little less experienced though”. Tanu, a 2nd year CSE student laments, “Most of the new college are facing the problems of inexperienced and inefficient faculty. It’s good if the freshers get chance to explore their respective fields if they have proper grip on the subject they are handling, our department has good faculty for most of the subjects except for a few”. Pranita adds, “Ours is a new college and the first batch is yet to go out, so it takes time to get the things done, but with the cooperation of the students and management it can be made possible”. Suresh, a 2nd year IT student laments, “I do not like the college management as it is works in sluggish manner, it takes a lot of time to get things done from them be it a scholarship or anything else apart from that”.

Mallika, a student says, “Computer experience can open many doors. Lots of jobs are looking for IT skills, but this is not the same as studying computer science (It is after all science!). It can be a very useful thing to have to fall back on if you have other interests, but its not advisable taking a break from it until you have at least 2-3 years work experience on your CV. Technology moves forward so quickly it’s hard to keep up and if you don’t make use of your degree pretty much straight away, you could risk getting too far behind the crowd in your skill-set”.

A computer lab under construction. Credit: Vigilant Knight

A computer lab under construction. Credit: Vigilant Knight

Sujata, a 3rd year CSE student suggests, “They can take this stream with their eyes closed provided they choose the right college, which gives them the proper exposure to come up with their talents and at the same time they should be exploring other fields and the sides of their streams.

Babita says, “However if you find computers fascinating and are interested in more than one aspect and can imagine yourself working with them for most of your life, then you should have no problems with motivation and your only limit will be how much your prepared to put in. CBIT would rather be a good choice to go with”.

While the computing field is one of the fastest growing segments of industry, it is also one of the fastest changing areas technologically. Computing professionals’ education does not stop with the college degree, but continues with seminars, conferences and advanced courses and training. In computer theory and applications, new ideas are developed every day. Success requires an ongoing commitment to learning to maintain knowledge, skills, and career opportunities.

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