The DT lab is located on level 1, Phase 2 Building, University of Mauritius. It is a lab under the Department of Digital Technologies. It is used to conduct the various lab work associated with the various modules offered by the department. The facilities provided are as follows: 

  • 35 PCs

Specifications:Intel(R) core i5-6500 CPU @ 3.20 GHz, 4C, 8GB RAM, Intel graphics 530, HDD 1 TB

  • S/W installed:
    • Android Studio
    • Arduino
    • Autodesk Maya 2020
    • Cisco Packet Tracer
    • CodeBlocks
    • Eclipse
    • GIMP
    • Git
    • Gnuplot
    • HeidiSQL
    • MariaDB
    • NetBeans
    • PostgreSQL
    • Python
    • StarUML


Level 1, Phase 2 Building, 

University of Mauritius,

Reduit, Mauritius, 80837

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Ms Inshirah Rossan,

Laboratory Officer

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Phone: 403 7729




Department of Digital Technologies (DT)

Welcome to the Digital Technologies (DT) Department! The DT Department is one of the three departments constituting the Faculty of Information, Communication and Digital technologies at the University of Mauritius.

Department of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)

The ICT Department aims at providing an innovative and a creative future for the ICT graduates and postgraduates for them to be able to serve the growing needs of ICT sector for the benefit of society.

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