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Department of Computer Science

  • The Department of Visual Communication was started during the academic year 2003 – 2004 with 20 students and 2 faculties. For nearly 20 years the department is imparting media literacy to students Community. Now it has blossomed into a full-fledged department with 400 students and 17 faculty members with two sections and a post-graduate course. It has always been a benchmark of excellence in the regard of its quality.

  • Students are empowered with the ability to develop storytelling skills through interactive websites, mobile platforms, and other methods including motion graphics (animation), video, and interactive info-graphics and data visualizations. A broad understanding of information architecture as well as compositional aesthetics that are used to create successful visual narratives in the print, digital, online and mobile space.

  • The department is well equipped with an audio booth, edit suit, computer lab, shooting floor with chromakey screens, seminar hall, and a drawing studio. Facilities that meets industry standards are provided to help students complete their record work and to train them to meet the industry criterion.


  • To provide high-quality education that instills media knowledge, understanding and application, that provokes students to become visual thinkers.

  • To inculcate skills that would enable students to thrive and excel in a professional environment; storytelling, creative thinking, innovation and critical thinking.

  • To nurture and train responsible students who would contribute to the development of society by creating ethical visual messages.

  • To ensure the dissemination of quality, affordable higher education to all learners.


  • We strive to build a stimulating learning environment that would motivate students to learn and explore the media industry.

  • Creating a thirsty community of learners through well-experienced faculty team and to inspire students to grow together in knowledge and develop solutions for the challenges posed in the media industry.

  • Building students to become creative, critical and visual thinkers so as to enable them to analyze and apply media theories and audience analysis tools.

  • Equip them with professional skills to prepare them for the current trends and challenges faced in the profession.

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