Information Technology is unarguably the defining force of this millennium, and Tula’s Institute is poised to break new ground as the most e-enabled Engineering cum Business School in Uttarakhand. Wireless technology has emerged as a vital and indispensable means of communication in the twenty first century. Irrespective of the size of an organization, its efficient running depends a lot upon the presence of proper networking systems that enables both the students and faculty to access vital data and information easily at the click of a button. Having understood the importance, Tula’s Institute has invested heavily towards developing World Class IT Infrastructure to facilitate e-learning in today’s day and age and is thus regarded amongst the ‘best engineering colleges in Dehradun’.
World Class IT Infrastructure to facilitate e-learning
The institute has chosen a system based on high end servers and work stations under Windows and Linux, which provide the interconnection and exchange of information between the various systems thereby providing the students and faculty a work environment adapted to their requirements and latest technology reflecting the standards of the computer industry.
EXCLUSIVE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT CELL
Tula’s Institute has an Exclusive Software Development Cell equipped with high end servers and client machines, software and other accessories. The experienced faculty members assist the students to finish their projects in this cell. All the work of ERP and software development for administration of the institute is delegated as live projects to the students, who gain comprehensive practical experience on computer applications and software development.
The Institute visualizes centralized computing facility, campus wide networking and information technology as a means to enrich the educational experience and invigorate emerging areas of scholarly research and education.
- More than 500 desktops with 24×7 Wi-Fi internet facility up-to 205-Mbps loaded with latest licensed software at the students disposal.
- The commissioning of the Campus Area Network has been done for 650 nodes.