Cloud Computing is considered one of the top five emerging technologies that will have a major impact on the quality of science and society over next 20 years. It provides a way to centralize the setup, implementation, maintenance, and management of integrated computation services to individual and corporate end users.Cloud computing is not just a trendy application that people can use to store their photos and videos online. It is part of a business model that is taking the world by storm. Cloud computing not only changes how so many businesses store and access data, but it is also changing how many of these businesses operate.The worldwide public cloud services market is projected to grow 17.5 percent in 2019 to total $214.3 billion, up from $182.4 billion in 2018, according to Gartner, Inc.Many businesses want to get out of the complexity of managing data centres and instead focus on their core competencies. This means that more and more businesses will adopt Cloud Computing to handle their IT requirements, which gives them the freedom from day-to-day management of IT infrastructure.Cloud computing is helping the society to cope with future problems such as managing big data, cyber-security and quality control. In addition to this, emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, distributed ledger technology, and many other capabilities are becoming available as services through cloud computing.
This specialisation prepares students to understand the emerging technologies of Cloud Computing & Virtualisation, their principles, modelling, analysis, design, deployment, and industry-oriented applications. All major solution architectures and enabling technologies are covered under this program.Students are prepared for technical careers in developing applications and providing services that run on a distributed network using virtualised resources and enables customers to access computing resources as needed.
The curriculum would lay focus on introduction to Cloud Computing and its techniques, issues, and services that lead to design and development of a simple Cloud Service along with fundamentals. Also, there would be focus towards security, standards and applications in Cloud, including Cloud Security challenges, software as a service security and its common standards.
Course delivery with hands on practical are done on AWS and Google cloud platform. NCU offers the students AWS Academy courses and Google cloud curriculum courses, which are integrated into the University curriculum.
Learning outcomes of this track:
Students will have:
Prospective Companies for B.Tech (CSE) (Cloud Computing):
1. To provide extensive knowledge of Civil & Environmental Engineering for professional development and other creative & innovative pursuits of science and technology.
2. To provide sustainable, economical and environmentally sound solutions to civil engineering problems to satisfy the needs of the society and industry at national and global level.
3. To develop communication, interpersonal and effective project management skills to work in a team effectively and conduct themselves ethically in their professional environment.
4. To develop technical competence in the fields of Civil & Environmental engineering through new and advanced courses and provide an environment for technology-related research programs for faculty, staff and students.
Engineering Graduates will be able to:
PSO 1 Understand the fundamental concepts of Computer Science & Engineering with specialized engineering knowledge in the areas of data science, artificial intelligence, full stack, web development, gaming, augmented reality and virtual reality.
PSO 2 Design and Integrate hardware and software systems in the areas of IOT, cloud computing, cyber security with strong emphasis on lifelong learning to create feasible engineering solutions for the advancement of society.
PSO 3 Enable the students for premium National/International jobs, higher education, entrepreneurship and to become responsible global citizens.
1) 10+2 (English Medium) examination conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education or equivalent examination from a recognized board in Science stream (with PCME) with an overall aggregate of minimum 50%2) Must Appear in JEE /Any National Level Entrance Test Score 2021
3)IB candidates should have score of minimum 24 with PCME as compulsory subjects.
4) As one time measure to overcome the COVID 19 impact students with JEE /Any National Level Entrance Test Score 2020 will also be considered for admission for AY 2021
– Candidate should have studied his/her 10th/12th class in English medium
– Candidate should not be more than 24 age on 31st Dec. 2020
– Candidate should have passed Diploma in relevant branch of Engineering granted by the Board of Technical Examination of a State Government with at least 60% aggregate marks in the qualifying exam.
JEE Main 2021 score
Should seats still remain vacant, in any course, if at all, after exhausting the merit list of applicants of the National Test(s), seats may be filled on the basis Aptitude Test, NCU EET subject to meeting the minimum eligibility criteria specified.
Students will be selected as per the merit list prepared on the basis of marks in the State LEET exam and the marks obtained by the applicant in Diploma. Weightage of these scores are 80% and 20% respectively
|B-TECH CSE SPECIALIZATION IN FULL STACK DEVELOPMENT|
|B-TECH CSE SPECIALIZATION IN CYBER SECURITY & FORENSICS|
|B-TECH CSE SPECIALIZATION IN CLOUD COMPUTING|
|B-TECH CSE SPECIALIZATION IN DATA SCIENCE|
|B-TECH CSE SPECIALIZATION IN GAMING, AR & VR|
|B-TECH CSE SPECIALIZATION IN ARTIFICAL INTELLIGENCE & MACHINE LEARNING|
|B-TECH CSE SPECIALIZATION IN BLOCKCHAIN|
Hostel Fee (where applicable) Rs. 60,000/- per semester
|% of Scholarship||Eligibility (For CBSE as per percentage score in applicable subjects (PCME) by program. Normalised Scores will be taken for other Boards with respect to CBSE)||JEE Score||SAT Score (Conducted by The College Board)||Scores in IB Diploma Programme|
|100%||CBSE: 99.1% and above||98.01 and above||1500+||43-45|
|50%||CBSE: 95.1% <=99||90.01 <= 98||1401 – 1500||41-42|
|25%||CBSE: 90.1%<= 95||85.01 <= 90||1301 – 1400||32-40|
|10%||CBSE: 85%<= 90||75<= 85||1200 – 1300||28-31|
Limited scholarships available in each category on first come first serve basis
After successful completion, all the students enrolled in these specialization tracks shall get their B.Tech degree in their respective program with the chosen specialization
Students at NCU participate in various national and international events. Recently, Eshita Mann, Dushyant Luthra, Lakshay Baweja, Hritik Kounsal, Devashish Nayak and Sahil Khurana with the official mentors Ms. Poonam Chaudhary and Mr Sumit Kumar from CSE, NCU, have won Smart India Hackathon (SIH 2020) for the Problem Statement of Ministry of MSME (Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises), India. They got an amount of Rs.100,000/- as a prize money and further collaboration with ministry to carry forward their project into reality.
Ms. Sachi Chandna, Ms. Rushika Shrestha, Mr. Tushar Jindal, Mr. Vaibhav Saini, Mr. Hritik Kapil, Mr. Hitesh Sharma, Mr. Yash Chaturvedi, Mr. Harshit Nagpal, and Mr. Diwakar Sharma have received INNOVATION AWARD 2020, in Alibaba Cloud Global AI Innovation Challenge 2020.
Team “Technocrats” of CSE Department, comprising of three members Nishant Khatri (Team Leader), Prabal Goyal and Prakhar Bhatnagar (Students of the Final year CSE), has been declared TechE Theme Champion for the IoT Domain at the Deloitte Technoutsav 3.0.
Mr. Virendra Pratap, Mr. Anshul Yadav, Mr. Dikshit, Mr. Anveshak Parashar, Mr. Arnay Kabtiyal have presented and prepared a top notch video displaying the activities of their student branch in a creative manner. These students have been felicitated with runners-up in the Student Branch Storyboard Video Presentation Contest at the IEEE All India Students Young Professionals Life Member’s Women In Engineering Congress 2020.
Mr. Akhil Sharma and Mr. Abhishek Chauhan designed an AR Core multiplayer game on Vuforia and bagged Second Prize along with a PlayStation in the National level competition ‘TCS Extended Reality 2019’ organized by TCS. The students were declared winner for showcasing their technical skills in Augmented and Virtual Reality based projects for different applications. In addition, Mr. Madhur, Mr.Keshav and Ms. Gazzal from B.Tech (CSE) had won the Collegiate Cyber Threat Competition (CCTC) by Deloitte from all over India.
The ACM-ICPC is considered as the “Olympics of Programming Competitions”. It is one of the oldest, largest, and most prestigious programming contest in the world. Mr. Devansh Bhatia, Mr.Rohit Malhotra and Mr. Navkrishna from B.Tech (CSE) represented The NorthCap University, Gurugram at two ACM ICPC(Association for Computing Machinery – International Collegiate Programming Contest) 2017-2018 Asia Level Regionals.
Mr. Akarshan Gandotra and Mr. Harsh Lathwal from B.Tech (CSE) were declared as winners of Google Summer of Code, 2017 for the proposal “Development of an Android Application for Pocket Science Lab Experiments”.
Ms. Urvika Gola and Mr. Pranav Jain from B.Tech (CSE) participated in the United Nations Climate Change COP 23 Event at Bonn, Germany under the official name of Hack4Climate.Urvika and Pranav also delivered sessions at the FOSSASIA Conference in Singapore. They were culled to participate in a 24-hour long hackathon which took place in Taj Palace, New Delhi. It was inaugurated by the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi and Rt Hon Theresa May, Prime Minister of UK. They were the only ones to receive the award from Microsoft for their overall performance. They also won the Best Team Name award for the solution named ‘Janhit Mein Jaari’. In addition, Pranav was invited as a mentor to Helsinki, Finland to represent India at Ultrahack 2016, a global three-day hackathon. He won the First Prize of Euros 10000 in 5G Hackathon 2017 and OYS Challenge 2017 at Oulu, Finland.
Ms. Divya Sharma, Mr. Kunal Arora and Mr. Antariksh Anand from B.Tech (CSE) were selected to pursue education from Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown (ITB), Dublin, Ireland through university’s MoU with ITB, Ireland. Mr.Jitesh Miglani was also selected for Masters of Science in Computing in Applied Cyber Security. These students were offered a 40% tuition fee waiver by ITB, Ireland and a 50% scholarship as fee reimbursement by NCU.
Ms. Tanya Joon from B.Tech (CSE) was selected and invited for the Developer’s Student Club Summit, Goa. Mr. Parth Mishra from B.Tech(CSE) was selected to purse his education at Michigan Tech University, USA under the MoU between The NorthCap University and Michigan Tech University.Mr Divyanshu Verma from B.Tech CSE, along with Mr. Rahul Yadav, CEO of Voxogrenic Pvt. Ltd. have been declared as winners of TechGig Code Gladiators 2019, organised by TechGig and sponsored by Amazon. They built a game on Alexa within 23 Hrs and have been awarded a certificate, winners shield and the prize money of Rs 1,75,000.
Engineers without Borders India held their all India meet at SVCE College, Bangalore. Many student chapters, as well as professional members, were invited. EWB, NCU Chapter grabbed the award for “Best Chapter” all over India for its dedication & implementation. Computer Society of India (CSI) – The NorthCap University, Gurugram has been conferred with the the Best Accredited Student Branch (2017 – 2019) in recognition of significant contribution to the CSI activities.
The Department has a hi-tech learning environment with well-equipped research laboratories for Network Programming, Database Management Systems, Software Engineering, Computer Graphics, Java Programming, Information Security and Cryptography, Operating System, Object-Oriented Programming, Compiler Design, Computer Networks, Internet and Web Programming, Mobile Computing, Software Testing, C/C++ Programming, Modeling & Simulation, Advanced Algorithms, .NET Programming, Object-Oriented Software Engineering.
The CISCO Network Academy at NCU is a joint venture between The NorthCap University and CISCO. High-Performance Computing Lab has also been established with 1 teraflop computing power. All classrooms are equipped with ICT facilities and updated computing equipment to support research and teaching activities. Various other facilities such as Tinkering Lab & Incubation centre are also available.