We envision our department as a catalyst for developing, educated, and employable individual whose collective energy will be the driving force for the prosperity and the quality of life in our diverse world


To provide to quality technical education in the field of information technology and to strive for excellence in the education by developing and sharpening the intellectual and human potential for the good of industry and society

From HODs Desk

The Department of Information Science & Engineering was established in the year 2000-01. It is approved by the AICTE and is affiliated to V.T.U. Belgavi. It has a sanctioned intake of 60 students. The infrastructure of the department is well designed to provide all the necessary facilities like classrooms, auditorium and laboratories. The labs include. Systems Software Lab., Network Technology Lab., Software Testing Lab. and Computational Paradigms Lab, file structure lab

A very warm welcome to the department of Information science and Engineering of BTLIT. We, faculty of ISE believe that teaching and learning is a continuous process. Hence we are providing a strong foundation in fundamental concepts and offering expertise and solving techniques ability towards the new technologies. ISE, BTLIT is offering best quality of technical education with senior most dedicated Professors and Industry experts in IT fields.

We are providing the platform to the student community with the requisites know how far solving real time problems there by enabling them to enter the world of opportunities in the future.


The Department maintains its own reprographic facilities which include LCD PROJECTOR (Sharp Note vision XR-32x), HP SCANNER, HP LASER PRINTER, OVER HEAD PROJECTOR. An internet facility of 2Mbps is also available for both students and staff.

  • Number of class rooms – 3 no’s(9.00×8.2)
  • Total Instructional area 900 Sqmts.
  • Sanctioned Intake 60
  • No of Faculty 10

As per University norms, department has different laboratories, viz.. and Research Lab. Systems Software Lab., Network Lab., Software Testing Lab. and File structure lab ,ADA lab, Web lab UPS and special furniture for computer users. Each lab has been designed to accommodate 30 students per session and has been equipped with the state of the art computer systems, consisting of a total of about 90 HP Intel I5 Processor Computers, with all necessary peripheral

BTLIT has Intranet facility, based on a 20 MBPS fibre optic cable backbone has been installed, to which about 90 of our computers are connected. Several of these terminals are also provided with access to the Internet, for the benefit of both the staff and students of the Department of Information Science & Engineering. There is also a campus wide Wi-Fi facility available. Moreover, the Computer Centre also serves as a central facility at the College with about 90 Intel i5 Processors and Zeon based servers, thus providing a valuable set of infrastructure facilities for instruction and project work for the entire students of the College. The department has seminar hall with sophisticated projection system for project demos.

  • Staff Student Ratio : 1:15
  • Labs Established 6. All equipped as per VTU Norms.
  • No of Computers 90
  • Student Computer Ratio: 1:2


The Department maintains a library to meet the specific needs of its students. The total number of volumes and titles maintained is 100each. The Department Library also keeps a record of all the project reports submitted by final year students in the reference section.


The Department takes special initiative for the development of all students by organizing programs and activities like Guest Lectures, Industrial Visits, In-Plant Training, Class Room Seminars, Counseling, Technical Paper Presentations and Sports.


A batch of 20 students is counseled under the guidance of a faculty member. Counseling of students is done periodically. The Faculty members discuss with the students about their activities, performance in the examinations, results, etc.


The R&D activities of the staff and the students have resulted in several publications both in the Indian and International Conferences as well as Journals. There are around 20 publications by the department faculty in various national and international journals and conferences.


  • The department of ISE arranges for guest lectures on recent Trends in the Area of IT.
  • Technical Quizzes and various competitions are been held regularly to enrich their academic competency. Students are encouraged to do in house projects under the guidance of faculty and the project lab is kept open beyond the college hours.
  • Regular industrial visits are planned for the students to get benefited with the work place force.
  • Tutorials are placed on the Intranet for students to prepare them before attending the classes. Tutor materials of subject are kept in the department library for benefiting students for studying beyond college hours.
  • Students are made to attend EDUSAT classes and the lectures are recorded and kept in the library for later and subsequent viewing.
  • Special classes are arranged for students who are below average after the regular class work hours. Whenever it necessary audio visual equipment’s are used extensively so as to aid visual retention.


Program Educational Objectives – PEOs


Will havestrong Educational foundation that prepares them as knowledgeable professionals by solving real problems through the use of computer skills, effective communication, critical thinking and problem solving skills.


Will establish themselves to supportive role along diverse career paths with encouragement to professional ethics and active participation needed for a successful career.


Will exhibit their learning ability to adopt for rapidly changing societal needs with advanced research skills in Information science Engineering.

Program Outcomes


An ability to apply knowledge of computing, mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals appropriate to Information science & Engineering.


An ability to analyse and identify a problem, then formulate the computing requirements appropriate to its solution.


An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental considerations.


An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.


An ability to use current techniques, skills, and modern tools necessary for computing practice.


An ability to analyze the local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizations, and society.


Knowledge of contemporary issues.


An understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities.


An ability to function effectively individually and on teams, including diverse and multidisciplinary, to accomplish a common goal.


An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences.

Contact Information
Prof. Govinda Rajulu .G B.E, M.Tech, (Ph.D.).
Asst. Professor
Head of Department, I.S.E.
Contact No. +91-80-27835320 Extension – 211