Department of Computer Science And Engineering

The Department will aim to equip you with the ability and skills to analyze, design and develop computer systems and their applications, with a curriculum that has a balanced emphasis on theory, practicals and projects. The focus will be on development and strengthening systems thinking, problem solving, analysis, design, research, team work, communication skills, and readiness for lifelong learning. The courses run by the Department will use mixed techniques of interactive lectures, tutorials, laboratory work, guided case studies, literature surveys and project work that require team work, critical and creative thinking.

The Department will put considerable emphasis on laboratory work. While laboratories help develop skills of applying various concepts, tools and techniques, their chief purpose is to develop core technical as well as general professional competencies through experiential and collaborative learning. The learning enabled in the labs help develop a student's ability to design and conduct experiments; collect, analyze and interpret data; work independently as well as in teams; and critically to improve reporting and communication skills.

 

Department of Electrical And Electronics Engineering

EEE is the oldest of the engineering streams, and its applications are many. ABIT provides this important course for the undergraduates, and there are many benefits in joining it.

EEE covers the topics about both the electrical and electronic subjects.  So, these students can get into the jobs in any one of those streams. The number of career prospects for this group is huge, and it is the reason for many people to join this course.

These students are offered with high salaried jobs, especially in the public sector. They are needed in power industry, electrical machine industries, etc. A number of private companies also offer lucrative job roles for these engineers.

Due to this requirement, ABIT gives a special preference to EEE, and we had built a special base for this group. The laboratories, faculty, etc. for this group are of top notch, and we chalk out various industrial tours, seminars workshops, etc. for the benefit of our students.

EEE is one of the core streams of engineering, and it is required in any case. Hence the demand for this group never decreases, and it is the steadiest stream ever. You should join this course in Methodist due to the stated benefits.

 

Department of Electronics And Communication Engineering

In tune with the academic philosophy of the University, the Department's curricula for the undergraduate and postgraduate programs aim at producing high quality engineers in the area of Electronics & Communication who can take up challenges in design, development, research and manufacturing.

Students shall undertake courses in Basic Sciences, Mathematics, Basic Engineering as well as in core subjects of Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE). The programs shall be fully supported by laboratory facilities which shall be set up in a phased manner. All laboratories will be equipped with state of the art instruments and software tools to enable students to perform designoriented experiments and test their designs by simulation.

 

Department of Mechanical Engineering

In a way, Mechanical Engineers are involved in creating the future. They are the driving force behind many of the technologies and industrial processes in our modern world. Mechanical Engineering will be offered to train manpower with quality education in manufacturing, design, automation and thermal sciences. Students will have adequate flexibility to specialize in areas of their  choice through selection of electives and project.

The course will be designed to provide students with adequate exposure for hands-on experience in practice and in design. It will lay emphasis on subjects like Flexible Manufacturing Systems, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Robotics, Tribology, Composites and Laser Materials, Energy Engineering, Finite Element Methods etc to provide them to take up positions in manufacturing, design, energy generation and conservation and R&D.

 
Department of Civil Engineering

The art of constructing buildings or other structures is impeccable, and it is a very old skill, having its roots impended all the way to the B.C ages, but very important since it is impractical to live without it. Methodist respects this old form of art, and presents its students with the advanced version of this skill, the civil engineering.

Civil stream occupies a special place among the engineering groups. It had provided numerous job opportunities, still providing them and will provide in the future too, due to the evergreen demand it has. This very positive reason has attracted many students to opt for this stream in their engineering. And the best of all, there is the scope for vast development in this niche. That means, with your talent and experience, you can grow all the way up to a big entrepreneur from a regular employee. This billions of dollars turnover industry is the right place to earn, and civil engineering opens the doors for you to make this happen.  

ABIT takes all the necessary steps to make this course as exciting as possible, by using professional teaching teams, hi-fi labs and other amenities. You have campus placements as well. So, your future with Methodist civil engineering is amazing to say the least.