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Department of Information Technology

The Department of Information Technology in T J Institute of Technology was started in the year 2001 with an intake of 60 students.The Web has changed the way the world looks at information. The expanding role of IT in business, science, government, social structures and personal lives is obvious in the current generation. As an academic discipline, IT focuses on meeting the needs of users within an organizational and societal context through the selection, creation, application, integration and administration of computing technologies.

Research in the department focuses on creating and evaluating, innovative learning experiences, inspired by educational principles and technical progress. The approach is to use technology to help mediate a constructive dialogue between the learner, instructor and subject matter. Researchers focus on the management of IT, the IT-enabled enterprise, technology-intensive user environments, and the increasingly global nature of IT use and production. As Information Security is one among the strongest research areas of the faculty, the IT Department has proposed to start a research centre in the field of Information Security

Job Prospects

The curriculum is so balanced, that they are well-placed in software industries in India and abroad very easily. They have job potential in Computer Networks, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics companies both in India and abroad.


Students are involved in co-curricular activities by way of conducting guest lectures under the banner of Computer Society of India. The students interact with the industries in developing software firms so that they are employable at the end of their course. They participate in campus value added programmes. Internship training is offered at leading manufacturing companies every weekend. Industrial visits are arranged to leading companies.

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