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Computer Center

CENTER OF COMPUTING AND NETWORKING (CCN)

To facilitate the use of the latest information technology in institute’s teaching, learning, research and administration; to provide an excellent network environment that facilitates the access and exchange of information; to put innovation in  technology transfer to assist the Institute in Its  mission; to enable faculty, staff and students to use the computer and network resources  effectively and efficiently and  aim to provide the best quality IT services in the region, the Computer Centre at CGI continued to re-engineer the process of its service operations for increased productivity and better quality. The computer centre consists of over350 computer sets that provide computing facilities of the latest machines linked to a Wide range of software, communication and print services.
Centre of Computing and Networking (CCN) is a central facility, established in 2007 which caters to the needs of academic departments and various sections of the institute; CCN is housed in a separate building. Centre has one of the best Infrastructures in the region In terms of computing facilities, Internet facilities and Campus Wide Networking. Centre IS well equipped with the latest machines viz. Sun Servers, Pentium machines (core2Duo and AMD), etc. A heterogeneous Intranet Network of around 1100 nodes under different OS like Unix, Windows and Novell Netware is setup and maintained by the CCN. Centre has dedicated 8 Mbps leased line.

Various important software are available in the college:
• MS-Office Professional Plus2007 English
• Windows Vista., Windows XP-2 , Windows 7
• RVM Cad (pro / engineer/ cad/cam)
• Oracle Standard Edition (l0g, 9i)
• Cyberoam
• Symantec End Point Protection
• ZW cad
• MSDN AA
• TurboC++ IDE
• MS Visual Studio 2005, 2008
• MATLAB
• X1 LINUX-9.2 VERSION MODEL SIM
• TINA SIMULATION SOFTWARE
• Visual PROLOG, Turbo Prolog