The Computer Centre of the National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam has been set up as a technical annexure of the University to cater as a gateway to the Information Super Highway. Since inception, this centre has been providing support for the various IT related services for the University.
The Centre is equipped with a couple of High-end blade servers including HP Proliant G6 and IBM SYSTEM X servers which house the University Intranet Portal, Squid proxy servers for distributing the high speed Internet, KOHA Library management system, ERP Accounting software, DHCP servers and OpenVPN server to serve Remote Access of subscribed Online Databases and other OPAC sites. The University campus including the main building and the three hostels are fully Wi-Fi enabled through CISCO Access points, which is accessible round the clock. The Centre is having a mini computer lab which is functional comprising of a score of high configured computer desktops and High Availabilty Power Banks with capacity of 5KVA resulting high capacity output and reliable power supply.
The University is hooked up to the National Knowledge Network (NKN), an initiative of the Government of India implemented by the National Implementation Agency, National Informatics Centre (NIC); which is providing a massive bandwidth of 100 Mbps connectivity. The University Intranet portal maintained by the centre provides a single window access to the various notifications through the E-notice board and it also facilitates connectivity to all the subscribed Online Databases as well as other OPAC sites. Computer Centre also provides the Remote access facility to access the Online Databases and OPAC sites remotely from outside the campus network. In near future, the University would be conducting interaction sessions in Video conferencing mode so as to facilitate the students of the University to interact with the faculty members of other National Law Universities.
In addition to the above, the Centre gives round the clock support for network, hardware and software issues pertaining to the faculty, staff and the student also.