Central Computing Facility
The Central Computing facility started functioning in 1999. The facility serves as the focal point of computing resources, which are shared by all the departments and offices of the College. It is open from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM on all working days and from 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM when part time classes are available. The CCF comprises of Server room and 3 Labs equipped with 11 high end servers in which applications and software such as Campusoft, MATLAB, Faculty Evaluation etc. are hosted, 200 plus computers and other accessories including printers, scanners, LCD projectors etc. that is available for the use of the staff and the students of the Institution. E-journals and research publications such as Science Direct Publications, ASME, ASCE, IEEE etc. are also available. An EPBX for the intercom facility of the College is also housed here.
The facility is served by a 1Gbps leased line internet connection availed under the NKN scheme of the Central Government. It is the hub of the Campus wide Network backbone and distributes the internet connectivity throughout the Campus via fibre optical connectivity including Ladies Hostel, enabling 24 X 7 internet access. A Wi-Fi connection is also set-up in the College.
An outstanding part of the facility is the Sree Chithirathirunal Centre for Computing. It is a fully furnished lab room equipped with state of the art ICT devices and technologies. 96 high-end desktop PCs and other accessories including printers, scanners are provided for fulfilling the academic needs of our students. Seminars, workshops, training sessions etc is conducted by utilizing this facility for the over-all development of staff and student community.
Another focus of the facility is the Centre for Training in Software Engineering (CTSE). It is well-equipped with 48 Computers, which are entirely networked and enabled with internet access. This is extensively used for conducting technical training sessions, classes, seminars as well as short term courses on a variety of topics related to computing and Information Technology. Short-term courses on current technologies are regularly conducted here for the benefit of our students and also the public.