Centre for Computer Science and Applications (formerly known as Centre for Computer Studies) is one of the premier institutes of North-East-India imparting computer education.Dibrugarh University initiated its journey of imparting computer education by establishing a Computer Centre in 1976. The Computer Centre was established with the objective of creating Computer awareness among the teachers, research scholars and employees of the University. It started Computer education by introducing a “Six-months Certificate Course on Computer Programming”. It also trained the employees of various banks including State Bank of India, Dibrugarh university Branch and helped them in computerization. In 2004, it was upgraded to the Centre for Computer Studies (CCS) and a “Post-Graduate Diploma in Computer Application (PGDCA)” course was started. BCA was introduced in July, 2004 and MCA and BSc (IT) were introduced in January and July, 2007, respectively. In 2018, the name of the centre has been changed to “Centre for Computer Science and Applications”.
- Computer Laboratories : Windows Lab. (01 No.), Linux Lab. (01 No.), Electronics Lab. (01 No.) and Language Lab. (01 No.)
- Library cum conference room
- Internet(LAN and wifi)
- Space for Student Activities
The Department also owns the prestigious SahityaratheeLakshminathBezbaroa Chair since 1969, and this Chair has been established to promote research activities and academic practices in Ancient and Modern Assamese literature.
A Language Laboratory with the software Multi Speech 3700 and CSL – 4500 installed in 15 computers sets for the study of language and Sound analysis.