Information Technology

Information Technology, an undergraduate Diploma in Engineering program was initiated in the year 2002 with a sanctioned intake of 60 students(First shift). An intake of 60 students was sanctioned in 2008 as second shift. Later in 2009, an addition intake of 60 students(first shift) was sanctioned. Since that time, numerous students have gone on to take positions within academic institutions, the I.T field, and in industry.We give exposure of current trends in Information Technology to our students by inviting experts from industry. Beyond syllabus activities are conducted for the betterment of employment in academia, government, research, industry,and engineering positions. Various technical and non-technical forums provide an exposure to engineering concepts and technology.

Today’s age has led to the need to explore, capture, report and disseminate information. The information Technology Course re-iterates the fundamentals and explores the vast dimensions of the latest technologies, languages and IT platforms to ensure students obtain an enriching, innovative and knowledgeable learning experience.

Vidyalankar polytechnic’s Information Technology department offers a Three year undergraduate Diploma Engineering program in Information Technology affiliated to Maharashtra Board of Technical Education (MSBTE).

Total Intake

3 divisions each of 60 students

Vision and Mission


To become a leading center in the domain of Information Technology where learners are introduced to the concepts and implementation of technologies.


M1:Encouraging academic excellence and a passion for learning through the use of learner-oriented teaching methodologies.

M2:Providing an environment that inculcates ethics and effective soft-skills and focuses on the development of learners.

M3:Establishing and reinforcing a symbiotic institute-industry interface so that learners can gain exposure to real-life applications of Information Technology.

Programme Educational Objectives

Provide socially responsible, environment friendly solutions to Information technology related broad-based problems adapting professional ethics.

Adapt state-of-the-art Information Technology broad-based techniques to work in multi-disciplinary work environments.

Solve broad-based problems individually and as a team member communicating effectively in the world of work.

Programme Specific Outcomes

Modern Information Technology: Use latest technologies for operation and application of information.

Information Technology Process: Maintain the information processes using modern information and communication technologies.

Programme Outcomes

Basic knowledge: Apply knowledge of basic mathematics, science and basic engineering to solve the problems related to application of computers and communication services in storing, manipulating and transmitting data, often in the context of a business or other enterprise.

Discipline knowledge: Apply Information Technology knowledge to solve broad-based Information Technology related problems.

Experiments and practice: Plan to perform experiments, practices and to use the results to solve Information Technology related problems.

Engineering Tools: Apply appropriate Information Technology related techniques/tools with an understanding of the limitations.

The engineer and society: Assess societal, health, safety and legal issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to practice in the field of Information technology.

Environment and sustainability: Apply Information Technology related engineering solutions for sustainable development practices in environmental contexts.

Ethics: Apply ethical principles for commitment to professional ethics, responsibilities and norms of practice in the field of Information Technology.

Individual and team work: Function effectively as a leader and team member in diverse/multidisciplinary teams.

Communication: Communicate effectively in oral and written form. .

Life-long learning: Engage in independent and life-long learning along with the technological changes in the IT and allied industry.

Er. Yogita Jore

Head, Department of Information Technology

Diploma in Engineering course in effect provides an excellent foundation for specialization. Considering the plethora of education and carrier opportunities the course Diploma in Information technology course provides the best way forward for aspiring student. Information Technology Diploma holders can become self-employed and start their own business as technical professionals as they have requisite practical skills. We teach not only the technical aspects but also inculcate moral and ethical values.

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The Department of Informatio Technology is a fast growing discipline and is of rigorous practical analysis. The department has well equipped Laboratories and logical reasoning is stressed in all practical applications. With highly talented faculty, the department boasts of a unique mode of learning, one that uses advanced aids for teaching.

All the laboratories are provided with Internet facility through broadband connectivity. This facility caters to the computing, information processing and multimedia requirements of the students and faculty of the department. All the laboratories are air conditioned.