MSIT employs a unique ‘Sequential Learning’ technique by which a student only moves on to the next course after thoroughly mastering the preceding course as against the conventional BTECH/MTECH programs which offer courses in a parallel fashion. This sequential pattern would enable a student to master one course a time, understand the relevant concepts, give him some scope to explore in depth into core concepts and move on with the next course. The Mastery Model of assessment requires a student to score 70% and above. This motivates students to stretch their abilities and reach the required target percentage.
An academic year is divided into 6 mini semesters. Duration of each mini semester is eight weeks. The first year has five mini semesters of IT and Soft skills and one mini semester of practicum. The Second year has four mini semesters of IT and Soft skills, and two mini semesters of practicum. There would be a 4 - week vacation, spread over the year.
MSIT offers spectrum of courses including: