The department has three laboratories which have state-of-art equipmentsto enable students to perform basic as well as advanced computer-based experiments on various software. Each laboratory has 25 desktops, a projector, aninteractive white boardand multi-functional printers besides network connectivity for high-speed Internet. Desktops (with configuration of Intel core i5, 8GB RAM, 1 TB HDD, with LCD/LED monitor) run on dual mode (Ubuntu/Windows).
Students are encouraged to work on trainer kits such as microprocessor, logic gates, MUX and DMUX as part of curriculum which gives them a good understanding offunctioning of computer hardware. They are also encouraged to work on Raspberry Pi, Arduino Uno board and learn simulations on MATLAB in their research projects.