Department Profile

Computer Science

The Computer Science Department was established in 2017 as a subsidiary subject for B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture. It is under the division of the Department of Social Science. The computer science laboratory was initially started to accommodate 40 students at a time, but in late 2021 it was upgraded to accommodate 60 students. We train students to be familiar with computer technologies like Microsoft Excel, Access Database, and online mobile application creation and data collection techniques using Google Forms. The department provides comprehensive and effective training to students in the application of computer skills in the field of computer science for the benefit of mankind. A computer science department focused on agriculture education envisions a holistic approach that integrates technology into agricultural learning and practice. The vision revolves around preparing future agricultural professionals with the necessary skills and knowledge to leverage technology for sustainable and efficient farming.


S. No. Name Designation Qualification
1. Mr. A. Kishore Assistant Professor
& Nodal Officer
M.Sc., Integrated in Information Technology
2. Mr. R. PradeeshBabu Assistant Professor &
PA to Principal
3. Ms. L. Samyuktha Teaching Assistant B.E Computer Science
4. Mrs. SimmalJansi Rani Lab Assistant B.E Computer Science


1 COM 311 Agro Informatics 1+1


  • Lab Size: 34 * 48 Feet
  • System : 50 no’s
  • Software : As per Requirement (Ms Excel, Ms Access, C etc.)
  • Internet facilities: 20 Mbps speed



This department caters to the financial needs of students through various government scholarships like BC/MBC, SC/ST, First Graduate, Pudimai Pen, and 7.5% Government Quota.


This department actively participates in the admission process by creating an admission help desk, helping nearby students submit their TNAU UG admission online application, and also canvassing the students at the time of counseling.

Administration activity

  1. This department assists the principal in his regular activities by drafting circulars, letters, emails, and other communication.
  2. Maintain college internet facilities and computer facilities

Hands-on Training

This department gives training in digital tools for 25 students from VIII Sem 2019 in the course AEX 451: Advance Digital Tools for Skill Development (0–10). As a result of the training, students conducted three online webinars.