Welcome to IIC
IIC is the epitome of a new thought taking shape in the parlance of Informatics that combines software, telecommunications, networking and other areas with technology as a back bone to create a strategy of success in the realm of uncertainties. Established in 1997, IIC is today recognised among the leading institutions of the country and the best of its kind in the north-western region of India with its unique course, IIC is today a unique Institute in our country with extraordinary potential for development of indigenous technology and its engineering industries. IIC, affiliated to University of Delhi, has impressively grown in size and activities during the last years of its existence.
The Institute forms an amalgamation of graduate students with physics, Mathematics, Electronics, Computers background integrating into a wide spectrum of knowledge and skill ranging from the design of computer hardware, software systems, and telecommunications.
A mutual relationship is fostered between the faculty and students that allows the institute to move away from the conventional learning approach and includes not only classroom lectures but also tutorials, projects , assignments , seminars , presentations and ICT based learning. With an exemplary history behind it, IIC continues to produce achievers, with an incessant desire to succeed. At IIC, students are introduced to a variety of new fields and areas which need innovative discoveries and intensive research opportunities. Students are free to come up with ideas and work towards their project along with the going curriculum. The faculty supports and guides all the students individually according to their expertise. Nearly 500 young minds have left its portals so far, distinguishing themselves as proud IICians in diverse fields in our country and aboard.
The two-year post-graduate degree programme provides students theoretical knowledge and practical skills relating to computers, programming languages, graphics and multimedia applications, telecommunication systems, networking, and management of information systems. The students, after completing the two-year programme, are expected to attain a good background in conventional computer programming, and expertise in computers and telecommunication networks. To supplement the academic inputs, it is mandatory for all the students to undergo practical training (summer training / project) in house or in a business/ industrial/ research organisation, at the end of II or IV semester of the programme.