The primary objective of CITS is to identify, design, plan, develop, implement and maintain various information systems in the university campus which will in turn position UIU as a model for a world class university. UIU has its own data center with 24/7 online service. The data center includes hosting server, backup server, separate LINUX server and Windows server.
- Campus wide structured cabling system.
- 1000 Mbps (minimum) connectivity throughout the network.
- 100 Mbps Internet connectivity throughout the campus.
- There are 11 computer labs and more than 750 PCs with latest hardware and software technologies.
- Internet (proxy), Intranet.
- 5 (five) massive Dell PowerEdge R730 servers with maximum 256 GB RAM to run the university’s internal and external applications.
- For security, CITS uses Cisco Firewall.
- A Smart nRack 42U Rack server which can contain more than 40 servers.
- 9 different file server systems which contain files of the students, teachers and administrative personnel.
- Campus wide WiFi.
- PABX phone system.
With the vision of excellence in IT services. CITS builds team of professionals and provide them with necessary training and resource support. People working in the IT industry are invited to give the team a touch of professional quality in different dimensions of IT. CITS consists of the following teams:
- Software development and maintenance team.
- Network team
- Hardware and System Support team
CITS provides technical support for the University automation, network and computer laboratory services. CITS is committed to offer courses and workshops catered for faculty and students with regular intervals. Our Computer Labs are equipped with the latest hardware and software tools. CITS also provides a forum for providing students with ideal computing facilities and services.
UCAM (University Comprehensive Academic Manager):
UCAM is used in UIU which stands for University Comprehensive Academic Manager. This covers the entire life-cycle of students starting from admission through degree completion. The system has been developed by a professional software company. CITS software development team studies the software application domain, prepares software requirements, specification and maintains the link between the software users and the software developers.
UIU and other Departments Website:
An elegant, service-oriented website has been designed and developed by a Professional Software Company. The website is used for various purposes such as posting the notices, announcement of the event, archiving past event, providing information of all the departments, institutes and administrative offices, library and various other services.
DPS (Documents Preservation System):
An online Documents Preservation System (DPS) has been developed by software development team of CITS. DPS is the process of storing students’ documents electronically. Once stored, the documents can be retrieved and displayed, processed and distributed to other users through online or printing facilities. It is much easier to track academic and supporting documents of any student through DPS.
Library Management System (KOHA):
KOHA is known as the most powerful integrated library system (ILS) in the world of Information & Library system. CITS Software Development Team has integrated KOHA with UCAM.
Online Room Booking System:
Web based schedule explorer is the system where regular classes, exam schedule, makeup classes and event schedules can be distributed in the different rooms of UIU. This system allows the faculty members and various other stakeholders to book room online.
Support Ticketing System for UIU Employee:
UIU Employee can submit a ticket through online for any sort of IT or logistics support. The ticket can be assigned or transferred to support stuff. CITS and logistics support team can manage, organize and archive all the supported requests and responses from one place.
UIU eLearning Management System- eLMS (Moodle):
Moodle is a software-based platform that provides infrastructure, framework and tools to facilitate online learning. An interface automation feature has been developed which enables data to be passed back and forth between UCAM and Moodle easily as per the needs of students/faculty members.
eCom Payment Gateway:
eCom Payment Gateway is integrated with UIU. Students can pay their tuition fees, convocation registration fees, seminar/conference registration fees through Debit/Credit Card, Nexus Card, Bkash or Mobile Banking any time from their own house.
DBBL Push and Pull Service:
Students can pay their tuition fees at any ATM booth of DBBL. DBBL IT transfers the transaction details to CITS of UIU and CITS update the student’s ledger immediately.
UIU CITS shoulders the responsibility of developing website for conference/mega event organized by UIU.
Cadence and ETAP software support are given by CITS team. Cadence is used on VLSI lab and ETAP use on ETAP lab.
Beside the above services CITS has developed and maintains Alumni Registration and support services, online degree verification and online job application services