Brief History of the Department

In 2002 the subject Information Technology started in combination with Mathematics and Physics. From 2002 to 2014 the department of Information Technology Handled by department has independent establishment. The department Provides only Bachelor degree. It has a small lab. The Department has only one regular faculty in this year





  1. Vision, Mission, SWOC Analysis
    1. Vision – The department has vision to train the student in the subject and the subjects will able to understand the usage of Information Technology in the present world.
    2. Mission – To make the student ready to understand impact of new Technology and prepare the student for a brilliant carrier in the field of IT.
    3. SWOC Analysis-
  • S(Strength)
  • Independent  Department.
  • It was a new course for the Bachelor of Science degree.
  • W(Weakness)
    • Department has only one regular faculty.
    • Small lab and no sufficient Computers in the lab.
  • O(Opportunity)
    • The department is  preparing to appointment regular faculty.
  1. C(Challenges)
    • To improve the result of students.
    • Increase the number of Computers in the lab.
    • Sufficient space for the department.


Action Plan For Next Five Years

a.       To make well established department

b.      To visit any field

c.       To collaborate any mobile/software company for certificate course.

                To conduct any workshop or conference





Email ID

Aadhar No.


Teaching Experience

Academic Achievements





Mrs. Yogeshwary Pal

25 Feb 1984



Assistant Professor

6 Years

M. Phil.,





Dr. Surendra Kumar Patel

09 May 1981


Assistant Professor

UG – 11 Y PG- 7 Y

Ph.D., M. Phil. M.Sc.






Dr. Surendra Kumar Patel

Research Papers

TITLECITED BYYEARGrid Computing: Status of Technology In Current Perspective

SK Patel, A Seetha, AK Sharma
International Journal of software and hardware research in engineering, ISSN

42014Design issues and classification of WSNs Operating Systems

AK Sharma, SK Patel, G Gupta
International Journal of Smart Sensors and Ad Hoc Networks (IJSSAN) 2, 71-75

32012Implementing job scheduling to optimize computational tasks in grid computing using pso

SK Patel, AK Sharma, A Seetha
IJCA Proceedings on National Conference on Knowledge, Innovation in …

22015Design and Implementation of an Efficient Resource Sharing algorithm for Grid Computing

SK Patel, AK Sharma
International Journal of Software & Hardware Research in Engineering 2 (5)

12014Optimization of Dynamic Resource Scheduling Algorithm in Grid Computing Environment

Surendra Kumar Patel, Anil Kumar Sharma
International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering 6 (3)

2018Impact of Information and communication Technology in the development of network services

SKS Surendra Kumar Patel1 , Vishnu Kumar
International Journal of Research in Applied Science and Engineering …

2014A Review on Peer-to-Peer Grids Computing

SK Patel, AK Sharma, G Gupta
Research Journal of Science and Technology 5 (3), 1

2013Mobile Sensor Networks: A Review

AK Sharma, SK Patel, G Gupta
Research Journal of Science and Technology 5 (3), 1

2013Evaluate the Effect of Mobility in Mobile Sensor Networks

Surendra Kumar Patel, Anil Kumar Sharma, Anurag Seetha
International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

2013Proficient Resource Information Aggregation Techniques in Computational Grid System

KJ Surendra Kumar Patel1 , Anil Kumar Sharma1
All India Conference on Global Innovations in Computer Science & Engineering …

2013High Performance Computing: Grid Computing and Cloud Computing for Green ICT

SK Surendra Kumar patel,Anil Kumar Sharma , gupteshwar Gupta
International Journal of Computer Applications

2013State of Simulators in Computational Grid System

SK Patel, AK Sharma, G Gupta
International Journal of Computer Applications 72 (16)



  1. Training Workshop/Seminar
    • Session 2014-15 - NIL
    • Session 2015-16
  1. One day workshop was jointly organized by Dept. of Information Technology and Dept. of Computer Science on “Distributing Computing and Network Communication” Dated 29 September 2015.


  • Context – The purpose of distributed computing is to provide a global environment for all business, organizational and research-related activities. The communication network is used for information exchange, interaction and co-ordination among the various processes. This symposium brings together a community of  researchers, developers, practitioners and user involved with Distributed Computing and Network communications to guide the future development.


  • Aims/Objectives -
  1. To known about Distributed Computing.
  2. How two computers communicate to each other?
  3. To motivate students for research work.



  • Activity/Minutes – First session of symposium is delivered by Dr. O.P. Vyas. Dr. Vyas has represented What is Distributed Computing?, Component of Distributed Computing  and tells about future development of Distributed Computing in field of IT. Second  session of symposium is reprehended by Dr. Sanjay Kumar. He is Telling about Network Communication and network devices which are uses in Network Communication.



  • Evidences –






  • Impact Analysis – This Symposium is beneficial for research scholars and students, they have got the knowledge about the basics of Network Communication.



  1. SPITL Education sponsored One day workshop was jointly organized by Dept. of Information Technology and Dept. of Computer Science on “Multimedia and computer Network” was held on 29 September 2015.






  1.  UGC & RUSA sponsored Workshop on “Capacity Building Workshop on Laboratory Techniques & Maintenance” was held on 20 November 2015.




  • Session 2016-17 – NIL
  • Session 2017-18
  1. Two days UGC and CGCOST sponsored National workshop was jointly organized by Dept. of Mathematics, Dept. Of Information Technology and Dept. of Computer Science on  “Cryptography and Network Security” from dated 5th- 6th October 2017.


  1. Context – Network Security is concern with the protection of network resources against alteration, destruction and unauthorized used , Cryptography and encryption are most critical components of network security. Cryptography is one of the most important techniques applied in computer security which can ensure the confidentiality of data, the integrity or correctness of the data and provide methods to control access to the data.


  1. Aims/Objectives – The aim of the workshop is to bring Scientists, Researchers, Professionals, Teachers, and Students from various Institutes, Universities, and Colleges to impart and exchange their views and share knowledge in the area of Cryptography and network security.

Our motto is to seek co-operation at national level and establish strong relationship of sharing knowledge with each other. Your valuable contribution and active participation will help us to achieve our aim.



  1. Evidences –







  1. Impact Analysis - This Workshop is beneficial for research scholars and students, they have got the knowledge about Network Security.