B.Tech. - Computer Science & Engineering at Manipal University Jaipur (MUJ) aims to produce versatile students who are not only employment ready for industries, government sectors, higher education, and research fields but can also be successful entrepreneurs in the corporate world. With many industrial and international collaborations, B.Tech. - CSE strives for academic excellence leading to excellent placements every year. B.Tech. - Computer Science & Engineering nurtures students to cope with the ever-changing environment in technology and provides a strong foundation in computer science and problem-solving techniques. B.Tech. - CSE is accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (Tier-1) in 2021 for three years.

The program offers specializations in several important and emerging areas for the CSE minor. A student can graduate with specialization by taking specific program electives from the Vth semester onwards. At the school level the following specialization is offered to UG students: Cyber Security, Cloud Computing, Data Analytics, Computer Vision, Data Science, Web Technologies, Computational Intelligence, Sensors, Networks and IoT. Apart from above mention specialization, the student can take additional program electives in the following emerging area of the computing domain - High-Performance Computing, Machine Learning, Cloud Computing, VANET Security, Sentiment Analysis, Cryptography, Image Processing, Data Mining, Information Retrieval, Information Security, Internet of Things, Malware Detection, Computer Vision, Approximation Algorithms, Artificial Intelligence, Software Engineering, Databases, Big Data Analytics, Real-Time Application, Mobile computing, Distributed Computing, Soft Computing, Network & Security, Advanced Computer Arch., Automata Theory, Security in Ipv6 (Mipv6), etc. Students acquire creative, innovative, entrepreneurial, and technological skills, which are required to make them professional and industry ready.


To achieve Excellence in Computer Science and Engineering Education for Global Competency with Human Values.


  • Provide innovative Academic & Research Environment to develop competitive Engineers in the field of Computer Science and Engineering.
  • Develop Problem-solving & Project Management Skills by Student Centric Activities & Industry Collaboration.
  • Nurture the Students with Social & Ethical Values.






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Data Structure and Algorithm Lab(Lab 112)

The Data Structure and Algorithm lab of Computer Science and Engineering department, provides a diverse range of high-performance computing systems, including HP workstations powered by Intel Core i5-1235U processors, RAM 16 GB, 1 TB HDD and 250 GB SSD. These machines offer flexibility with varying RAM and storage configurations to support research and educational tasks. With 30 workstations, the lab facilitates various software for performing numerous labs related to data structure and advanced algorithms.

Database Programming Lab(Lab 116)

This Database Programming Lab is a part of the CSE department, boasts advanced technology, including 30 HP PROBOOK 400G3 PCs with Intel Core i5-6500s 3.0 Ghz 6M 2133 processors, 4GB RAM, and 500GB HDD. It serves as a dynamic hub for preparing the minor or major projects related to web technology and databases.

Information System Security Lab(Lab 122)

This lab provides high-Performance Computing Workstation of HP Z210 WORKSTATION, Intel Xeon E 1225 316M, RAM 8GB, with 500GB HDD. Information security is of critical importance in this generation of digital communication using telephone lines and computer networks. The objective of this laboratory is to provide students research opportunity on data transmission security and data recovery. Simultaneously, complexities associated with threat to security on data transmission are also studied.

Research facilities of this laboratory are open to M. Tech students in typical areas of cryptography, security management, and security testing. Many of its projects have been recognized by professional companies and also published in magazines and newspapers.

Central Computing Lab (Lab 111)

The Central Computing Lab of CSE Department, provides a diverse range of high-performance computing systems, including HP workstations powered by Intel Core i5-1235 U processors (HP 240 Pro G9 All-in-one PC), 16 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD and 250 GB SSD. These machines offer flexibility with varying RAM and storage configurations to support research and educational tasks. This lab includes 114 PC with advanced configuration and largest lab of the department.

Advanced Computing (Lab 008)

Lab 008 is an advanced computing facility equipped with cutting-edge technology, designed to facilitate research and practical learning in the fields of networking, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. The lab is equipped with 57 high-performance computing systems (HP 200 G4 22 ALL IN ONE and HP PRO ONE 240 G9 23 ALL IN ONE) and a range of software such as Cisco packet tracer, VS Code, Anaconda + Python and more to support diverse learning and research needs. Students and researchers have access to a variety of tools and resources, enabling them to explore and experiment with complex computing concepts.

This dynamic lab is primarily dedicated to fostering an in-depth understanding of networking and delving into the intricacies of artificial intelligence and machine learning. The comprehensive setup allows for hands-on practical sessions and extensive research opportunities, preparing students for the challenges of the modern digital landscape. With its state-of-the-art infrastructure and a diverse array of software, Lab 008 serves as a nurturing ground for students and researchers, empowering them to develop practical skills and engage in cutting-edge research in the realms of computer systems, networking, and advanced computing technologies.

Internet of Things (Lab 305)

The IoT (Internet of Things) Lab is a cutting-edge facility designed to empower students in their pursuit of minor and major projects related to IoT technologies. This well-equipped lab offers a wide range of resources, including Arduino microcontrollers, five Raspberry Pi microcontrollers, an oscilloscope, a signal generator, and a DC power supply. These tools are essential for prototyping, programming, and testing IoT devices, making it a vibrant hub for innovation and hands-on learning. Students have the opportunity to explore and experiment with IoT concepts, creating smart devices and applications that bridge the physical and digital worlds.

M.Tech (Lab 320)

The M.Tech Lab, designed for postgraduate students, boasts 15 high-performance workstations featuring Intel Core-i7 12th Gen processors, 32GB RAM, and RTX 3060 graphics cards. With rapid SSDs and capacious HDDs, it supports research, experimentation, and project development, offering the computational power needed for advanced technology studies and excellence.




Walmart's Sparkathon 23 second runner-up

The School of Computer Science and Engineering at Manipal University, Jaipur, is excited to announce our success in a prominent national hackathon. Pradyumna Singh and Rahul Anand, representing our team, achieved the esteemed second runner-up position in Walmart's Sparkathon 23'. This highly competitive event saw participation from 7800 individuals and 2000+ teams across India.

iSTART Ideathon in Rajasthan 1st PRIZE Winner + Cash Prize

Excited to announce the triumph of our School of Computer Science and Engineering at Manipal University, Jaipur!Our talented team of five students —Pratyush Kedia, Anish Hunshal, Mehar Sharma, Shashwat Durugkar, and Manish Kumar—clinched the top spot and a substantial cash prize at a government-backed ideathon in Rajasthan.

winning the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC23) - Scholarship

Heartiest Congratulations to Ayush Singh for winning the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC23) - Scholarship. The School of Computer Science and Engineering wishes you a bright future ahead.

Selected in Graz Austria under the IAESTE Program

Selected in Graz Austria under the IAESTE Program Heartiest Congratulations to Anmol Verma on getting selected in Graz Austria under the IAESTE Program. The School of Computer Science and Engineering wishes you a bright future ahead.

selected for Google’s Summer of Code

Heartiest Congratulations to Durlabh Pathak and Eshan Singh on getting selected for Google’s Summer of Code. The Department of Computer Science and Engineering wishes you a bright future ahead.

 secured 3rd place in the IEEE CIS MNIT, Jaipur event

The School of Computer Science and Engineering at Manipal University, Jaipur, is thrilled to share our accomplishments at the national-level hackathon. Team Krishn, comprising Ankit Gupta and Ankit Kumar, proudly secured 3rd place in the IEEE CIS MNIT, Jaipur event. Our competition included teams from esteemed institutions nationwide, including IITs, IIITs, and NITs, highlighting our unwavering determination and exceptional skills. Amongst a pool of 150+ entries, we successfully advanced to the top 15, ultimately emerging victorious after delivering a compelling final presentation.


Consultancy services for Website design and developing automated medical Counselling application.

Dr C S Lamba

IoT, Voice & GPS Enabled Intelligent walking stick for Visually Impaired People of RS 5.8 Lakhs by Council of Science.

Dr. Neha Chaudhary

Successfully Completed Project funded by QUICK SILVER CONNECTING THE DOTS SERVICES.


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