The Programming Lab is equipped with state-of-the-art thin-client computer systems powered by the DSU Data Centre. Its major purpose is to provide students with an environment conducive to learning problem solving and computer programming. The students, under supervision of highly experienced instructors, learn about latest programming methodologies, tools and paradigms. The thin-client systems have access to latest program design software, compilers and IDEs. This exclusive learning environment fosters effective problem solving skills in students and help them in competing with students from other universities in various programming competitions. This lab has been the venue for various programming competitions hosted by the Computer Science Department.
The Computing Lab is a fully furnished spacious lab well-equipped with 60 state-of-the-art thin-client computer systems featuring the latest technology paradigms and tools powered by the DSU Data Centre. The systems have both Open-source and Proprietary Operating Systems so that the students are equally skilled on both environments. The foremost purpose is of this lab is to provide students with a computing environment where they work on various latest software and tools and gain hand-on experience. The lab has an optical fibre communication link with the DSU Servers, allowing students to access various resources including HEC’s Digital Library, Internet, DSU Learning Management System, etc. for educational purposes. The computing lab is also powered with latest software including software for Database Management System, Network simulation, Software Engineering design, etc.
Digital System Lab
Digital System Lab is equipped with state-of-the-art computers that can perform computation intensive tasks. The lab is dedicated for teaching of advanced courses in Computer Science and Information Technology. It will be beneficial for final year projects, elective courses and MS/PhD courses. The lab has special support for creation of database applications and mobile applications.
Advance Computing Lab
The purpose of Advance Computing Lab is to allow students to develop and test electronic circuits to implement hardware. This lab is designed to enable students to learn fundamental concepts in embedded digital system design and to give students hands-on experience of Microcontroller, Microprocessor and FPGA teaching kits. This lab is equipped with state of the art electronic equipment including digital oscilloscope, function generators, spectrum analyzers and digital multi-meters. The lab is equipped with 25 workbenches and can accommodate 40 students at a time.