G.PULLAIAH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (GPCET) was established in 2007. Since its inception, GPCET has been rigorously striving to attain the status of one of the top institutions in the field of technical education and scientific research. It has aesthetically designed, practically architected campus for student, faculty and administrational efficiency. GPCET currently supports a community of over 1,500 students.
The CSE program at GPCET started in 2007. Recognized by AICTE and affiliated to JNTUA, Anantapur the current intake is 120 students.
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) at GPCET symbolizes the GPCET tradition of excellence as a leader in Computer Science and Engineering education and research.CSE is in a period of exciting growth and opportunity. The department is dedicated to education, research and overall excellence. CSE Graduates capture leading appointments in IT service industries, as well as fuel the Internet, wireless communications, and cross-disciplinary IT industries.
A GPCET – CSE graduate is suitably equipped to pursue career in the IT industry, research, or post-graduate studies in the country or abroad. Further, through a unique program we promote entrepreneurship for budding engineerings.
Periodically, Distinction Awards, Tuition Fee waivers and Membership to leading professional bodies like ACM, IEEE recognize student academic achievements.
The CSE Department continues to recruit faculty members with rich experience in academia, industry and research, and support superior research facilities.Faculty use State-of-Art teaching aids to ensure better content delivery and facilitate student interaction. Faculty commitment to excellence in teaching has been recognized and honoured with numerous engineering and institution teaching awards. In addition to regular classwork, students are motivated by the faculty during mentoring.
COMPUTING FACILITIES AND SPECIALIST LABORATORIES
The Department has well-equipped computer laboratories for course work teaching and student projects, including a number of specialist laboratories. In total there is a network of 300 computers for teaching, research and administration.
The Department maintains a wireless network for use by staff and students. Staff and students are provided with unlimited free access to the institutions leased line for coursework and research.
The Department supports the Open Source Community a number of staff and students, who actively participate in promoting this Community.