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B.Tech (Hons.) in Computer Science & Engineering with specialization in Cloud Computing

The IBM definition of Cloud Computing is ‘computing as a service over the Internet.’ However this needs some clarification. ‘The Cloud’ refers to a disembodied congregation of resources over the Internet. These include storage, software, database, servers, networking, applications etc. The combined use of these allows accomplishing a number of computing tasks.

One common example is the execution of applications and data storage without downloading the necessary resources on your hard drive or any similar device. Instead Internet resources or remote servers are utilized. It has many obvious advantages. The service is on-demand, scalable, configurable and minimalistic.

Cloud Computing is becoming the buzzword for enterprises with its many benefits. It downsizes computing infrastructure, discourages unauthorized access, simplifies accessibility, provides virtual storage, prevents loss of data and resolves backup issues.

Candidates who want to pursue Cloud Computing should possess exceptional skills in IT and programming. The aspirant must have a good grasp of visualization technologies, programming languages and HTML. Cloud Technologies are mostly virtualization environments. Aspirants seeking to make good in the Cloud need to be adept in networking and virtualization and gain hands-on exposure with live deployments. Candidates can also experiment with their Cloud Technology Skills on few websites that offer lab infrastructure such as Azure, AWS and Google Cloud among others.


The Cloud Computing market is increasing tremendously. The growth is driven by the users who want to access the services with minimum costs. These services include safely accessing and backing up their files including photos or music. Hence more organizations are turning to Cloud services. Consequently Cloud Computing professionals are in high demand!

IBM statistics estimate that around 85% of next generation applications are using Cloud Computing. NASDAQ studies value investments in newer cloud technology to cross US$ 40 million by 2018. IBEF reports a spending of U.S. $4.2 billion in Indian cloud services market from 2013 to 2017. A study by Market Research Media reveals that the worldwide Cloud Computing market is growing at a CAGR of 30% to touch US$ 270 billion buy 2020.

Cloud Computing has three main service categories to offer. Software as a service (SaaS), infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and platform as a service (PaaS) are the three services. This program explores explore platforms in cloud computing fundamentals, security challenges, management issues, and future research trends.


Cloud Computing is a cutting field IT framework of innovations and industry-specific application. Organizations are increasingly deploying cloud technology to achieve technological goals. Consequently the need for Cloud professionals is rising in the industry. Professionals are needed at the technical and managerial fronts.

Cloud professionals have a range of careers to choose from. The field includes openings for Network, System and Security Professionals. The qualification provides an opportunity to act as cloud engineers, cloud support analysts, cloud developer, cloud architect, cloud security specialist or cloud infrastructure manager.

Quantum is proud to announce that it has been Awarded with the "Best Engineering College in North India for Academics" by the Big Brands Academy in a function in Mumbai. The award was presented by the Grand Master of Chess and former World Champion Mr. Viswanathan Anand.
In a very prestigious IMRB Ranking, Quantum has been ranked at the 2nd spot among the Engineering colleges of Uttarakhand.
Career360 magazine has recognized Quantum amongst the top Engineering colleges in India.
Quantum has been awarded the No. 1 Engineering College in North India promoting Innovation, by the Education Minister of Gujarat.

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