A computer engineer is responsible for developing, testing and evaluating the software that make our computers work. They may help in the development of new computer games and business applications, or even in the design of entirely new operating systems. A computer engineer may also be responsible for constructing and managing an organization's computer system and supplying technical support
Computer Science and Technology grew exponentially over the past few years, both in terms of the number of computer science practitioners and its economic and social impact on the world. Given this growth, and sheer breadth and scale of the computer science enterprise in industry and academia.
All five Diploma courses offered at AIEM-P follow a common curriculum for the first year, consisting of basic sciences, maths, technical drawing, Mechanics, communications, and some workshop modules. This structure can be found under "curriculum" of the Basic Science and Humanities section on this website.