Department of Computer Engineering has started this PG Program in the year 2011. The program is approved by AICTE and Government of Gujarat and is affiliated to Gujarat Technological University, Gujarat (and now to The C. U. shah University, Wadhwan in the year 2013). As technology develops in leaps and bounds the opportunities for expanding the field of Computing grow even more rapidly. The Computer Engineering Course gives a sound grounding in the fundamentals of computing and an understanding of the underlying engineering principles. The focus is on the Computing Methodologies, security as well as Networking Technology.

Number of Seats: 18

Candidates who have acquired BE/B.Tech or equivalent degree in Computer Engineering/Information Technology is eligible. The admissions are through central counseling (ACPC) on the basis of merit in GATE or PGCET. As Per norms seats are also available under sponsored and Management quota. GATE qualified candidates are eligible for scholarship through AICTE.

Infrastructure: ICT enable class rooms, state of art with latest configuration laboratory, namely, (1) Research and development lab and (2) Computing Lab. the students are required to learn through hands on in various laboratories in the department. There is 24*7 internet facility available to all the students.

Areas of Research: The students will get an opportunity to participate in projects related to, but not limited to Data Mining and Business Intelligence, Image processing, Wireless computer networking, Computer algorithms.

Structure & Syllabus: The two year Masters in Computer Engineering Degree course is divided into 4 semesters. Given below are the lists of subjects covered in each of the semesters.

FIRST YEAR : Semester 1

FIRST YEAR : Semester 2



Object Oriented Methodology & Implementation (OOM)

Research Methodology (RM)

Distributed System and Application (DSA)

Big Data and Analytics (BDA)

Computer Algorithm and Complexity theory (CAC)

Language Processor Designing (LPD)

Wireless Networking (WNT)

Advance Cryptography and Network Security (ANS)

Department Elective – I (DE-I)

Department Elective – II (DE-II)

Advance Computing Tool-I (ACO)

Advance Computing Tool-II (ACT)

SECOND YEAR : Semester 3

SECOND YEAR : Semester 4



Mobile Adhoc Network (MAN)


Cyber Security Standards (CSS)


Seminar (SEM)


Mid Semester Evaluation of Dissertation Preliminary / Dissertation  Preliminary

Mid Semester Evaluation of Dissertation / Dissertation