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 IT and Soft Skills mini semesters each and 1 practicum mini semester. The Second year has four IT and Soft Skills mini semesters each and 2 practicum mini semesters. There would be a 4 - week vacation spread over the year.
MSIT offers spectrum of courses including: