Prof. Deepak Jain, has Master of Engineering in Computer Science & Engineering
from Trupati Balaji Institute of Engineering & Information Technology (TRUBA),
Bhopal and Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science & Engineering from Trupati
Balaji Institute of Engineering & Information Technology (TRUBA), Bhopal. He
joined as Asst. Professor at JNCT, Bhopal where he is teaching since 2007. Prof.
Jain has participated and contributed in many Technical Workshops, Seminars and
Conferences which had been organized by RGPV, Bhopal, LNCT and JNCT,
Bhopal. He is a lifetime member of ISTE.
The Computer Science and Engineering Department was established in the year 2003 with inception of the college Jai Narain College of Technology. This is a growing department with an outstanding faculty, keeping pace with the rapid proliferation of, and advances in, computing and information technology. The students are encouraged to undertake projects in collaboration with various industries and are also sent for training in industries. It is evident from the Training Placement records of past year that both faculty and students have been working in synchronization to take the department to heights of academic excellence. Apart from technical excellence students have also achieved success in sports and cultural area.
Post Graduate Course
"To achieve excellent standards of quality education by keeping pace with rapidly changing technologies & create computer professionals of global standards with capabilities of accepting new challenges."
To produce world-class professionals who have excellent analytical skills, communication skills, team building spirit and ability to work in cross cultural environment. The Mission also includes to produce international quality IT professionals, who can independently design, develop and implement computer applications.
Professionals who dedicate themselves to mankind, who are environment conscious, follow social norms and ethics.
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