• Project centric curriculum offers practical hands on experience to master the implementation aspects of the concepts related to each course.
  • Each course is broken into manageable modules each of which is offered as a project to be worked on. Students work in teams with a corporate like environment. The students understand the concept while working on the project and submit the relevant tasks (deliverables) within the deadline specified by their mentors.
  • The students get the required guidance and support at every level from the mentors who have a wide knowledge base helpful for the growth of students.
  • For example, if a student is being offered a course on data structures, he would be asked to work on a project like ‘Mini Google search engine’ which would enable them to understand the various algorithms involved and assimilate the underlying concepts to develop this project.
  • Another simulation is, for the Networks course they need to come up with a File Protocol and similarly for the Databases course ‘Airline Reservation System’. In addition to this, Concept tests, Programming Concepts and Quizzes are held.
  • Therefore, MSIT students gain hands-on experience while conditioning themselves, and looking for innovative learning solutions.