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Course Feature
  • Course Code 001
  • Duration 4 years
  • Min Qualification Intermediate Level/40% in IOE Entrance
Course Description

Computer Engineering is a discipline that combines the electronic engineering with the computer science so as to involve in every aspect of computing to the design and integration of hardware and software. We at JEC provide students a sound knowledge of Software Development, Information System Design, Digital system, Computer Networking and Automatic System Designing preparing them to meet changing demand of national and international organization and research institutes. JEC is equipped with the modern facility to bestow the hands on experience in the field of computer engineering. The enthusiastic, qualified and skilled teaching faculties are always willing to guide students theoretically as well as practically.


Computer engineers analyze, design, and evaluate computer systems, both hardware and software. They might work on system such as a flexible manufacturing system or a “smart” device or instrument. Computer engineers often find themselves focusing on problems or challenges which result in new “state of the art” products, which integrate computer capabilities. They work on the design, planning, development, testing, and even the supervision of manufacturing of computer hardware — including everything from chips to device controllers.

They work on the interface between different pieces of hardware and strive to provide new capabilities to existing and new systems or products. The work of a computer engineer is grounded in the hardware — from circuits to architecture — but also focuses on operating systems and software. They may also focus on computer networks for the transmission of data and multimedia. Computer engineers must understand logic design, microprocessor system design, computer architecture, computer interfacing, and continually focus on system requirements and design. It is primarily software engineers who focus on creating the software systems used by individuals and businesses, but computer engineers may also design and develop some software applications.

Course Benefits

  •   Variety of Career Opportunities and challenging work
  •   Benefit Society
  •   Professional Environment


I/I Engineering Mathematics I
I/I Engineering Drawing I
I/I Engineering Physics
I/I Applied Mechanics
I/I Computer Programming
I/I Basic Electrical Engineering
I/II Engineering Chemistry
I/II Engineering Mathematics II
I/II Workshop Technology
I/II Basic Electronics Engineering
I/II Engineering Drawing II
I/II Fundamentals of Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
II/I Object Oriented Programming
II/I Engineering Mathematics III
II/I Theory of Computation
II/I Electronics Devices and Circuits
II/I Digital Logic
II/I Surveying I
II/I Electromagnetism
II/II Electrical Machine
II/II Numerical Methods
II/II Theory of Structure
II/II Applied Mathematics
II/II Engineering Geology II
II/II Instrumentation I
II/II Discrete Structure
II/II Data Structure and Algorithm
II/II Microprocessor
III/I Communication English
III/I Probability and Statistics
III/I Computer Organization and Architecture
III/I Software Engineering
III/I Computer Graphics
III/I Instrumentation II
III/I Data Communication
III/II Object Oriented Analysis and Design
III/II Engineering Economics
III/II Artificial Intelligence
III/II Operating System
III/II Embedded System
III/II Minor Project
VI/I ICT Project Management
VI/I Organization and Management
VI/I Engineering Environment and Society
VI/I Distributed System
VI/I Computer Network
VI/I Digital Signal Analysis and Processing
VI/I Elective I
VI/I Project Part A
VI/II Engineering Professional Practice
VI/II Information Systems
VI/II Simulation and Modeling
VI/II Internet and Intranet
VI/II Elective II
VI/II Elective III
VI/II Project Part B


  •   Students must have passes their Intermediate Level examination
  •   Students must score at least 40% in IOE Entrance Examination.

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Course Admission Fee Annual Fee 1-8 Semester Monthly Fee Flat Discount Total
Civil Engineering 1,59,600 86,000*4=3,44,000 37,000*8=2,96,000 4300*48=206,400 10,06,000
Computer Engineering 1,59,600 86,000*4=3,44,000 37,000*8=2,96,0004300*48=2,06,400 1,00,000 9,06,000
Electronics & Comm. Eng. 1,59,000 86,000*4=3,44,000 37,000*8=2,96,000 4300*48=2,06,400 1,00,000 9,06,000


Course Admission Fee Annual Fee 1st Semester Monthly Fee Caution Deposit Student WelfareCouncilTotal
Civil Engineering 1,59,600 86,000 37,000 4300*3=12,90020,0003,5001,500 3,20,500
Computer Engineering59,600 86,000 37,000 4300*3=12,90020,0003,5001,500 2,20,500
Electronics & Comm. Eng.59,600 86,000 37,000 4300*3=12,90020,0003,5001,500 2,20,500