The College of Information Technology houses a sufficient number of laboratories and computing facilities available for teaching and conducting projects. The college has 14 labs equipped with 250 computers with high-speed internet and various lab equipment. The distribution of the laboratories is as follows:
The Computing Labs are general-purpose computing labs equipped with modern personal computers. The Labs support various application software and programming languages.
The Network Labs support courses dealing with networks and securities. The network laboratory is equipped with a variety of network and computer equipment, including hubs, switches, routers, wireless devices and simulation software.
These labs supports a variety of hardware courses related to electric and electronic circuits, digital systems, microprocessor systems and embedded systems. The labs are equipped with PCs, test equipment, development kits, computer simulation and development tools, and a range of discrete components.
The Computing Project Labs are primarily dedicated to graduation projects. Students use these labs to implement software programs related to their graduation projects.
The C.Eng. Project Labs are dedicated to computer engineering students to execute their graduation projects. The labs are equipped with PCs, test equipment, simulators and software development tools.