The basic structure of the teaching and research profile of the Computer Technology group is embedded in the M.Tech course structure. Dr. Sumantra Dutta Roy's example FAQ list for project-based M.Tech versus course-based options, and streams can be found here

The minutes of the Computer Technology Group meeting, circulated by the then Chairperson, Prof. Santanu Chaudhury, regarding the rules for the conduct of the M.Tech project: here

B.Tech students can opt for a Dual degree programme in Computer Technology, and pass out with a Masters degree in a total of 5 years, one year less than what it would take for registering for a fresh Masters programme after one's B.Tech. This can be done after the third year, and the details of the same, with the eligibility being described in the following document. (The details of the specific courses are there in the two links, above.) Prof. Santanu Chaudhury's presentation on opportunities for B.Tech students to enhance their research and course learning profile, and similar directions for M.Tech students as well: [PDF] [PPT]

Dr. Sumantra Dutta Roy's example on ability-linked opportunities for B.Tech students, carrying on in the spirit of the presentation above, with a specific example and course-related details and an example template, specifically for B.Tech (Electrical Engineering) (EE1) and B.Tech (Electrical Engineering Power and Automation) (EE3) streams: [PDF]

Dr. Sumeet Agarwal's example on what the CIS (Cognitive and Information Sciences) stream means to III Sem/V Sem B.Tech and I Sem M.Tech students, with an example from the I Sem 2015-16 courses offered: [PDF] [PPT]

The Teaching and Research Labs of the Group are as under: