Course Duration: 4 Years | Semesters: 8 |

The Department strives to create a vibrant knowledge base environment in the department to empower students with professional & personal excellence.
  • The Department strives to create a vibrant knowledge base environment in the department to empower students with professional & personal excellence.
  • The faculty members are young, dynamic, energetic and highly qualified to meet the requirements based on the current knowledge of the students.
  • The department has professional excellence in advanced technologies and research.
  • The department motivates the students to create innovative and novel ideas and transforms these ideas into the technological requirements of the industry.
  • The department prepares state-of-the-art computing facility by providing the latest configuration systems and software needed for the students as well as for the faculty.
  • The EDUSAT facility is provided for the students of different semesters to get live sessions on the current new technologies.
  • The department prepares computing graduates who are highly sought after, productive and well respected for their work, and who contribute to new developments in computing technology.
  • The department conducts regular seminars in new and future technologies to expose students to technological developments.
  • The department also offers PG Programme - M.Tech., in Computer Network Engg.


Dr. R N Kulkarni

Prof. & HOD

 “Education is to be enjoyed and imbibed for life”

The Department of Computer Engineering was established in the year 1997 affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University Belgavi, Karnataka and approved by AICTE New Delhi with the objective of providing quality education in the field of Computer Science & Engineering. The new generation of aspirants exhibit skills and talents of unparalleled genius. The future belongs to those who are Inquirers, Knowledgeable, Thinkers, Principled, Communicators, Open minded, Risk takers and Reflective. Guided by these virtues, we are running Undergraduate Program in CSE with an intake of 180. In addition to the UG Program, the Department also runs a Postgraduate program (Computer Network Engineering) with intake of 18 and VTU Approved Research Centre to pursue Research activity in the department. Computer Science & Engineering Department offers spectrum of activities leading to multiple experiences and enrichment of students. Each of these activities is like the beads of a rosary, tied to a common thread – of Trust and Excellence. The department has 10 Computer Labs equipped with high end machines which cater the needs of all the students and one lab which is established in Collaboration with WIPRO Technologies Bengaluru to carry out Interdisciplinary projects. The department has signed MoU's with:

  1. Infosys Ltd. Bengaluru [For Campus connect program as a Advanced Partner College] to conduct Training programs on Computer related subjects for all the Final year students of the Institute.
  2. WIPRO [Mission 10x MTLC Program] Technologies Bengaluru to Develop embedded system products.
  3. JSpider to Conduct Training Program on Java Technologies and Software Testing Courses.

The students are encouraged:

  • to participate in Seminars, Technical Fest, Symposium and Conferences conducted by other Engineering Colleges.
  • to participate in the departmental activities such as debate, extempore, group discussion, Quiz and brain storming sessions conducted in the departmental Forum called "Tech-Vruksha"

At least two expert lectures are arranged every semester by experts from industries and leading Educational Institutions on advance topic to the benefits of both staff and the students. The staff members are encouraged to attend national and state level workshop and Conference to enhance their knowledge.

Our department has excellent results and placements year after year. I am proud to say that, all our Alumni are working in Top Multinational Companies and have become the leaders in their Specialized fields.


To be a state of the art learning center that responds to the future challenges.


  • To impart knowledge with relevant theoretical and practical aspects.
  • To inculcate design and development process relevant to the industry.
  • To enhance leadership abilities through team work and research.


Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs): 

PEO 1: To prepare graduates with a solid foundation in Mathematics, Science, Engineering & Technology for a successful career in Computer Science & Engineering.

PEO 2: To equip graduates with integrity and ethical values so that they become responsible multidisciplinary engineers by exhibiting leadership and team-building skills.

PEO 3:  To prepare graduates to excel in competitive examinations / postgraduate programs in advanced education.

PEO 4: To prepare graduates to succeed in industry / technical profession by applying current and innovative engineering technologies by lifelong learning.

Programme outcomes (POs):

  1. Graduates will apply fundamental knowledge of computing and mathematics appropriate to the discipline
  2. Graduates will have an ability to identify, analyze and formulate the computing requirements appropriate to its solution
  3. Graduates will have the ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system to solve real time issues.
  4. Graduates will able to design, develop and conduct experiments of software systems of varying complexity to analyze and interpret data and synthesize the information to provide valid conclusions.
  5. Graduates will have an ability to use current techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing practice currently in use in academia and industry .
  6. Graduates will apply social, safety, legal issues and the consequent responsibilities to the computer engineering solutions .
  7. Graduates will  understand    the  impact    of  professional   engineering solutions in environmental contexts and the need for sustainable development.
  8. Graduates will apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the computer engineering practice.
  9. Graduates will have the ability to function effectively as an individual, or on teams to accomplish a common goal
  10. Graduates are able to communicate effectively, both written and oral, with a range of audiences
  11. Graduates will apply knowledge and understanding of principles of management and finance in relation to engineering projects as a member or team leader.
  12. Graduates will have the recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in independent and life-long learning professional development.

Unique features of the department:

The main objective of MTLC is to bridge the gap between the Industry and Institute by adopting innovative Teaching / Learning platforms and to enhance the three essential attributes of engineering graduates such as Deeper Learning, Communication, and Collaboration. Each project batch consists of students from CSE, ISE, ECE, and EEE. Each batch will develop collaborative project. In the first batch of MTLC seven projects are certified by Wipro out of total 10 projects.

List of activities conducted in the department

Academic Year 2012-2013

S. No. Name of the Event Date Resource Persons No. of Participants
From To
01 Value Added course on C & C++ Programming languages 30-09-12 01-10-12 Dr. B.M. Vidyavathi

Prof. Anitha Patil

Mr. Sachin A

Mr. Manjunath N




Academic Year 2013-2014

S. No. Name of the Event Date Resource Persons No. of Participants
From To
01 Workshop on Data Storage basics-SAN 01-10-13




Mr. Manjunath

Ms. Pratibha Venkatesh

Mr. Ghanaraj K

02 National Network Security Championship(NNSC) 29-10-13 30-10-13 Mr. Abhishek Bharadwaj

Mr. Nishanth Poori

03 Workshop on National Network Security Championship(NNSC)           - Ethical Hacking 21-02-14 22-02-14 Mr. Rahul Mahajan

Mr. Sahil


Academic Year 2014-2015

S. No. Name of the Event Date Resource Persons No. of Participants
From To
01 Workshop on Error detection & Correction 28-09-14 --------


Final Year Students 150
02 Workshop on Data Structures in C 16-02-15 --------


Final Year Students 140
03 Workshop on Big Data & Hadoop 04-03-15 05-03-15 Mr. Ravi Kumar 30
04 Workshop on Indian Android Champ-2015 ( organized by GADgets) 24-03-15 25-03-15 Mr. Anish Madan 85
05 National level Workshop on Research Issues in Computer Science & Engineering (RICE-2015) 10-04-15 11-04-15 Dr. S.M. Handigund

Dr. Srinivas Naik

Dr. K.V. Raghavan

Dr. Narsimha Kaulgud

Dr. Sridhara K.S.

Shri Ravishankar Neelam

Shri Manjunath G.K.




Academic Year 2015-2016

S. No. Name of the Event Date Resource Persons No. of Participants
From To
01 Web Designing Contest 10-09-15 --------


-------------------------- 30
02 TechVruksha Extravaganza 13-10-15 --------


-------------------------- 30
03 Vigilance Awareness week 31-10-15 --------


-------------------------- 03
04 Three Days Workshop on Project Development Methodology & Technical Paper Writing 13-02-16 16-02-16 Dr. R.N. Kulkarni

Dr. B.M. Vidyavathi


05 National Network Security Championship-2016 (Android) 26-02-16 01-03-16 Mr. Prathap

Mr. Bande Nawaz

06 Three Days National Level Workshop on “NS3 & Open Source ICT” 24-03-16 26-03-16 Dr. Mohith P Tahiliani

Ms. Manasa P Tahiliani

Mr. Vinod

Mr. Vikram


07 Two Days Workshop on PC Assembling & Networking 30-03-16 31-03-16 Prof. Pratibha Mishra

Prof. Hayath T.M.

Prof. Virupaksha Gouda

Prof. Tejashwini S.G.


Top Projects

Sl.no Title of the Project Important Features
1 NFC BASED SHOPPING CART WITH BILLING Ø  NFC means near field communication is a short range wireless RFID technology that makes use of interacting electromagnetic radio fields instead of typical direct transmission used by technologies such as Bluetooth.

Ø  It is meant for application where a physical touch is required in order to maintain security.

2 EIGEN VALUE BASED SPECTRUM SENSING ALGORITHM FOR COGNITIVE RADIO NETWORKS Ø  Cognitive radio is a software defined radio brings an intelligent solution to efficiently use radio spectrum.

Ø  Random matrix theory is a branch of mathematics and it is capable in analyzing large set of data, it is used to overcome both noise and channel uncertainties that occur in wireless communication.

3 DIGITAL RATION CARD USING RFID AND GSM TECHNOLOGY Ø  Ration card have been an important part of the public distribution system in India. At a higher price nobody is able to track of how much gods are sold and how much stork is remaining.

Ø  Digital ration card using RFID and GSM technology is developed to curb the illegal activity of the corrupt officials in the food department and stop black marketing of the essential goods which supplied to poor and needy.


4 AN EMBEDDED SMART SYSTEM FOR REMOTE CONTROL APPLICATION Ø  Electrical and electronic devices can be turned on/off remotely by making use of GSM technology.

Ø  The project aims to design smart system for remote controlling an AC motor.

Ø  A mobile phone which as in built GSM model can be used at transmitter and receiver side.

Ø  A link will be established when a call is made to the mobile phone at the receiver side from remote phone.


5 MULTI-PARAMETER MONITORING SYSTEM FOR COAL MINE BASED ON WIRLESS SENSOR NETWORK Ø  Multi – parameter monitoring system for coal mine based on wirelesssensor networks based on ZigBee technology for coal mine tunnel is presented.

Ø  It is flexible to add sensors enhance stability of monitoring computer software through RS_232 communication protocol and hardware modular system.


6 SMART POWER SAVING SYSTEM FOR POWER OPTIMIZATION Ø  The system describes a novel approach to control the speed of fan and intensity of bulb automatically.

Ø  Due to lack of water storage it is advisable to use the available resources effectively.

Ø  The main feature of the system totally automatic control of required physical parameter.


7 DESIGN &DEVELOPMENT OF FOOTSTEPS BASED ENERGY SYSTEM Ø    Lot of power is wasted due to human errors by not turning street light on and off at right times.

Ø    By implementing this in area there will be no need of separate power supply from the power supply stations.

Ø    The street lights can be switched on/off based on LDR without any human interventions.

8 DIGITAL FUEL METER Ø    The project is proposed on to measure approximation of the fuel quantity, which measures the actual quantity of the fuel sensing the pressure.

Ø    Design of digital fuel meter using pressure sensor or 8051 and measurement of the tank is displayed in the LCD Display


9 COIN SENSING MOBILE CHARGER USING SOLAR ENERGY Ø    The coin based battery charger for mobile is used to provide unique service to the rural public. Where grid power is not available for partially or full day.

Ø    The charging capacity of mobile is designed with a predefined value.

Ø    It is possible to continue a charging a mobile by inserting more coins.

Ø    The suitable microcontroller is used for all other applications.

10 INTELLIGENT CLASS WITH ENERGY SAVER Ø  The system intelligent class with energy saver is a hi-tech one for class rooms in colleges and schools.

Ø  The circuit performs three tasks they Are controlling the room lights, the number of persons/visitors in the room very accurately, to display information on LCD depending on the key pressed.

Ø  The microcontroller performs the operations it receives the signals from the sensors and these signals are operated under the control of software which is stored in ROM.

11 VOICE OPERATED WHEEL CHAIR Ø  The system is capable of moving the wheel chair based on speech and wireless controlling of electrical home devices using ZIGBEE technology.

Ø  This system helps a lot for physically challenged to operate the wheel chair by themand also to control the electrical devices such as light, fan, etc.


12 TWO WAY WIRELESS DATA MESSAGING SYSTEM USING ZIGBEE TECHNOLOGY Ø  The project describes a design of effective security for data communication by designing standard algorithm for encryption and decryption.

Ø  ZigBee devices have ability to form mesh networks between nodes.

Ø  This technique allows the short range of an individual node to be expanded and multiplied covering a much large area.

13 REAL TIME AUTOMIZATION OF AGRICULTURAL ENVIRONMENT FOR SOCIAL MODERNIZATION OF AGRICULTURAL SYSTEM Ø    This project is based on Embedded system in which the computer is completely encapsulated by the system it controls

Ø    The project overcomes some of the problem which occur due to grains in the field, which require minimum level of water, or else leads to destruction of the grains

14 EXPLOSIVE DETECTION AND DIFFUSION-EDAD-ROBOT Ø  The idea of this project is all about detecting and diffusion of a bomb with the help of robot.

Ø  The main idea of this robot is to provide bomb disposal squad with safety and security from the risk that they face every day.


15 AUTONOMUS FIRE EXTINGUISHER USING IMAGE PROCESSING Ø  The drawbacks of existing fixed water jet sprinklers can be overcome in this project.

Ø  Autonomous extinguishing system senses the fire in the area it can cover there by avoiding damage to equipment’s not affected by fire.


16 LOW POWER AND AREAEFFCIENT CARRY SELECT ADDER Ø  The carry select look ahead adder in many computational system is used alleviate the problem of carry propagation delay by independently generating multiple carries and then select a carry to generate the sum.

Ø  CSLA is not area efficient because it uses multiple pairs of ripple carry adder to generate partial sum and carry.

Ø  The modified SQRTCSLA is to use binary to Excess-1 converter instead of RCA with Cin=1 in the regular CSLA to achieve lower area an power consumption.


17 DENSITY BASED TRAFFIC CONTROLLER USING PIEZOELECTRIC SENSORS Ø  The existing system controls the traffic based on time interval bases which is inefficient for random and non-uniform traffic.

Ø  The proposed system involves the use of piezoelectric to sense the presence of traffic near any circle or any junction and then be able to root the traffic based on traffic availability.

Ø  The system uses weight of vehicle to sense the number of vehicle and a microcontroller Based routing algorithm.

18 HUMAN-ELEPHANT CONFLICT DETECTION AND AVOIDANCE SYSTEM Ø  The project proposes an innovative idea to keep in check the activities of elephants near the tracks and reduce their death rate without much interference of forest officials.

Ø  Our design aims at sensing the presence of an elephant using suitable sensor and alerting the incoming train to stop or slow down by informing using LEDs.

Details of Publications:Dept. of Computer Science & Engg
Name of the faculty Details of Publication of papers National / international Year
Dr. R N Kulkarni Reengineering & Parallelization of Legacy ‘C’ programming System to be Amenable for Multicore Architecture International conference 2016
Online Trading of Agricultural Products International 2016
An Ameliorated Methodology for the Design of a Smart Attendance System International 2016
Yakshama Samara – an Expert System for Clinical Diagnosis of Tuberculosis International 2016
Restructuring of Legacy ‘C’ Program to be Amenable for Multicore Architecture International 2016
Designs of Parallel Glowworm Swarm Optimization Tool using map Reduce International 2016
Dr. B M Vidyavathi An Efficient Web Recommender System for Web Logs International 2016
Web Recommender System using EM-NB Classifier International 2016
Cloud Android Imager International 2016
Dr. R V Biradar Irrigation Monitoring System International 2016
College Interacto International 2016
Administration of Super SpecialtyHospital Activities International 2016
Scheduling Techniques for TinyOS : A Review International 2016
Comparative Study of Routing Protocols in MANET using Network Simulator International 2016
Energy Utilization & Security Enhancement using Particle Swam Optimization (PSO) International 2016
Prof. Paniram Prasad Graphical Password Authentication System using UTLK Kit in Normal Mode International 2016
Improving the Clustering Time by Applying in-memory Clustering Techniques for Processing Large Amount of Datasets International 2016
BITM Digital Locker System International 2016
Integrated Methodology of Wireless Sensor Networks& Cloud Computing using Data Prediction Model for Agriculture International 2016
Safe Guarding Mobile Phones against Phishing Attacks using MobiFish International 2016
Prof. Muhibur Rahman Design & Implementation of a Software system for maximizing File Access through Replication of File for Efficient File sharing in MANET International 2016
An Approach for Access Control of Single Instance Data Storage in Hybrid Cloud International 2016
Dr. Aradhana A Review : Shadow Detection & Removal in Digital Images International 2016
Prof. C K Srinivas RSA Secure ID Generator using Android Application to Access Server International 2016
Mrs. Pratibha Mishra Online Candidate Recruitment Process using SAP-ABAP International 2016
Mr. Sudhakar Avareddy Hostel Student Detour Management System International 2016
Android based Auto cop International 2016
A Survey on HEED & sHEED for WSN to increase the Lifetime of a Network International 2016
Mr. Jagadish R M Developing an Application in Multi-Cloud Storage International 2016
Revelation of Ranking Fraud for Mobile Apps International 2016
A Smart Web Crawler : An Efficient Harvesting Deep-Web Interfaces using Site Ranker & Adoptive Learning International 2016
Captcha as a Graphical password International 2016
Mr. Usman K A Survey on Resource Constrained devices Enabling Proof of Multiple Cloud using Auditing Process International 2016
Android Blood bank International 2016
Mr. Virupaksha Gowda Development of Android Enabled Remote Car using DTMF International 2016
Apartment Management system International 2016
Mr. T M Hayath
Secure Voting System using Retinal Scan International 2016
Good Samaritan : An Android Smart Phone App International 2016
Intelligence & Interactive Driver Assistance System using Cardiovascular & Facial Expressions International 2016
Cloud-F-An Online Portal for Academicians International 2016
Secure Routing Protocol for MANETs using Requisite Trust-Based International 2016
Mr. Sridhar S K
A Survey on Role of Ethernet in Vehicles Advanced Technologies International 2016
Privacy Preserving Auditing on Shopping Mall Data Centre International 2016
Car Rental Systems International 2016
Mr. Dadapeer
A Survey on Security of NoSQL Databases International 2016
A Survey on Robust Security Mechanism for NoSQL Databases International 2016
Proctorial Student Information System International 2016
Mr. Md. Shafiulla Optimal Resource Provisioning for Cloud Environment to Achieve Maximum Profit International 2016
Mrs. Shwethashree Armament for Multimedia Themes in Cloud International 2016
Mrs. Swathi D V Regenerating Code Based Cloud Storage using Privacy Preserving Public Auditing Scheme International 2016
Mrs. Tejashwini Hand-In-Hand International 2016
Mr. Kiran A M Spam Detectors on Social Networking International 2016
Mr. H Harikrishna High Security for Information in the Cloud International 2016
Mr. Azhar Baig Secure Data Storing in Cloud Computing International 2016
Ms. Akshatha Y Secure & Dynamic Multikeyword Ranked Search Scheme Over an Encrypted Cloud Data International 2016
Mrs. Nirmala Ganiger A Comparative Study on Various Routing Protocols in Mobile Ad Hoc Network International 2016
Mrs. Sheetal J A Survey on Security Attacks & Countermeasures in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks International 2016
Dr. R N Kulkarni Reverse Engineering of UML Sequence diagram for the Abstraction of Requirements International 2015
Abstraction of Functional Dependency & Data Flow diagram from ‘C’ program International 2015
An Ameliorated Tool for Handling the Events in a College International 2015
Design of Information System of Engineering Colleges International 2015
Abstraction of Test Cases from Input Java Program International 2015
Dr. B M Vidyavathi Predicting Academic Performance of Students using Data Mining Technique International 2015
An Intrusion Detection System using Data Mining & Genetic Network Programming International 2015
A Survey on Process Mining International 2015
Security Challenges in Big Data : Review International 2015
Ameliorated Methodology for the Design of sugarcane Yield Prediction using Detection Tree International 2015
A Survey on Applications of Data Mining using Clustering Techniques International 2015
Dr. R V Biradar A Survey on Routing Mechanism using Degree of Contact in DTN International 2015
An Energy Efficient & Delay aware Data Collection Protocol in Heterogeneous Wireless Sensor Networks- A Review International 2015
Mesh Networks with Fault Tolerant Routing Technique - A Review International 2015
A Survey on Middleware Challenges & Approaches for Wireless Sensor Networks International 2015
A Data Collection Protocol with Energy Efficiency & Delay aware in Wireless Sensor Networks International 2015
Detailed Review on TinyOS Operating System for WSN – A Comparative Analysis International 2015
A Review on Location Based Routing Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks International 2015
A Survey on Various Comparisons on AnonymousRouting Protocol in MANET’S International 2015
A Survey on Mobile-Agent Middleware Design Principals & Itinerary Planning Algorithms International 2015
Prof. Prithviraj Y J QR Code Based Secure OTP Distribution Scheme for Authentication in internet-Banking International 2015
Modern Post Office Governance International 2015
Prof. Paniram Prasad Analysis of Software Automation testing by Using Hybrid Framework International 2015
Text Mining using Agglomerative Hierarchical Clustering Technique International 2015
Survey on Security Evaluation of Pattern Classifier under Attack International 2015
Prof. Muhibur Rahman A Novel Approach to detect Black Hole & Worm Hole Attacks in MANET’s International 2015
Text Mining using Agglomerative Hierarchical Clustering Technique International 2015
Dr. Aradhana Feature Extraction & Recognition using SoftComputing Tools International 2015
Image Segmentation by Soft Computing Tools International 2015
SFace Image Retrieval using LBP Features & Sparse Code words International 2015
Face Recognition from Videos using Eigen Object Recognizer International 2015
Prof. C K Srinivas Smart Train Running Status System International 2015
Prof. Venkateshwar Data Aggregation Methodology for Precision Agriculture International 2015
Mrs. Pratibha Mishra A Survey on Fault Tolerant Data Retrieval in Military Network International 2015
P2P Content-Based File Sharing & Providing Security in Disconnected MANETs International 2015
Mr. Sudhakar Avareddy Sink Relocation & Continuous Aggregation for Network Lifetime Enhancement in Wireless Sensor Networks International 2015
Privacy Persevering & Publishing of Micro data International 2015
Mr. Jagadish R M Offline Data Synchronization in IPMS International 2015
Implementation of ETPM for Resource Allocation in Cloud System International 2015
Offline Data Synchronization in Order Management System International 2015
Mr. Usman K Offline Data Synchronization in Order Management System International 2015
Mr. Dadapeer Web Document Management System International 2015
Mrs. Shwethashree Three Level Security System International 2015
Mrs. Swathi D V College Predictor & Appropriate Branch Selector International 2015
Mr. H Harikrishna Wireless Network : A Step towards to Build the Energy Efficient Cooperative Video Distribution with Statistical Quality of Service International 2015
Mr. H Harikrishna Wireless Network : A Step towards to Build the Energy Efficient Cooperative Video Distribution with Statistical Quality of Service International 2015
Mrs. Nirmala Ganiger Secure Distributed Data Storing in Cloud Storage System International 2015
Ms. Vidya Myageri Predicting Future Resources for Dynamic Resource Management using Virtual Machines in Cloud Environment International 2015
Mrs. Sheetal J Architecture of 5G Technology in Mobile Communication International 2015
Ms. Roopa S M Analysis of Infant Cry through weighted Linear Prediction Cepstral Coefficient & Probabilistic Neural Network International 2015
Dr. R N Kulkarni Abstraction of UML diagrams from JAVA Code International 2014
Abstraction of grammar & Parse tree from input string International 2014

IoT - 2018 workshop:

Details of Workshops Attended:Dept. of Computer Science & Engg
Faculty Name Workshops with details Sponsored by Date Place
Dr. R V Biradar,Mrs. Shwethashree
,Mrs. Tejashwini,Mrs. Shenaz Begum,Mrs. Jagadevi
,Ms. Pooja Kulkarni,Ms. Roopa J
,Mrs. Sheetal,Mrs. Sunitha K
,Prof. Pratibha Mishra,Prof. Hayath T.M.
,Prof.VirupakshaG,Prof. Tejashwini S.G.
Two Days Workshop on PC Assembling & Networking BITM, Ballari 30-31,Mar 2016 BITM, Bellary BITM, Bellary
Prof. Pratibha Mishra
,Prof. Hayath T.M.
,Prof. Tejashwini S.G.
Two Days Workshop on PC Assembling & Networking BITM, Ballari 30-31,Mar 2016 BITM, Bellary
BITM, Bellary
Dr. R.N. Kulkarni,
Dr. B.M. Vidyavathi
Three Days Workshop on Project Development Methodology & Technical Paper Writing BITM, Ballari 13-16, Feb 2016 BITM, Bellary

S.NO Name of the Staff Qualification Area of Specialization Designation
1 Dr. R N Kulkarni BE, M.Tech. Ph.D S/W Engg Prof. & HOD
2 Dr. B M Vidyavathi BE, M.Tech. Ph.D Data Mining Professor
3 Dr. Aradhana D BE, M.Tech. Ph.D Image Processing Professor
4 Dr. Rajashree V.Biradar BE, M.Tech. Ph.D Sensor Network Professor
5 Dr. Suresh Y BE, M.Tech. Ph.D S/W Engg Asso. Prof.
6 P. Paniram Prasad BE, M.Tech. CNE Asso. Prof.
7 Mr. Muhibur Rahman T.R BE, M.Tech. CSE Asst. Prof.
8 C K Sreenivas BE, M.Tech. CSE Asst. Prof.
9 A Venkateshwar BE, M.Tech. CNE Asst. Prof
10 Anita Patil BE, M.Tech. CNE Asst. Prof
11 Pratibha Mishra BE, M.Tech. CNE Asst. Prof
12 Sudhakar Avareddy BE, M.Tech. CNE Asst. Prof
13 Jagadeesh R M BE, M.Tech. CNE Asst. Prof
14 Usman K BE, M.Tech. CNE Asst. Prof
15 Mr. Virupaksha Gouda R BE, M.Tech. CNE Asst. Prof
16 Hayath T M BE, M.Tech. DE Asst. Prof
17 Sridhar S K BE, M.Tech. DE Asst. Prof
18 Dadapeer BE, M.Tech. CNE Asst. Prof
19 Mohammed Shafiulla BE, M.Tech. CNE Asst. Prof
20 Girish Kumar D BE, M.Tech. CNE Asst. Prof
21 Shwethashree A BE, M.Tech. CNE Asst. Prof
22 Swati D V BE, M.Tech. CNE Asst. Prof
23 Tejashwini .S .G BE, M.Tech. DE Asst. Prof
24 Mr. Kiran Mudaraddi A BE, M.Tech. CSE Asst. Prof
25 Hari Krishna H BE, M.Tech. CNE Asst. Prof
26 Azar Baig M BE, M.Tech. CNE Asst. Prof
27 Bimanna A BE, M.Tech. CSE Asst. Prof
28 Pooja Kulkarni BE, M.Tech. CSE Asst. Prof
29 Ms. Nirmala B Ganiger BE, M.Tech. CSE Asst. Prof
30 Srisailanath BE, M.Tech. CNE Asst. Prof
31 Aishwarya R Nayaka BE, M.Tech. CSE Asst. Prof
32 Naveen Kumar G BE, M.Tech. CSE Asst. Prof
33 Sheetal Janthakal BE, M.Tech. CNE Asst. Prof
34 Jagadevi Puranikmath BE, M.Tech. CSE Asst. Prof
35 Neema Joshi BE, M.Tech. CSE Asst. Prof
36 Sreenivas M BE, M.Tech. CSE Asst. Prof
37 Shenaz Begum BE, M.Tech. CSE Asst. Prof

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