cse

COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

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.

kulkarni

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.
  4. MoU with IBM for cloud computing, Big DATA Analytics and Mobile application development.

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"
  • Conduct activities related to Computer Society of India (CSI) chapter, ISTE Chapter & IEEE Students branch.

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.

VISION AND MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT

Vision:

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


Mission:

  • M1: To impart knowledge with relevant theoretical and practical aspects.
  • M2: To inculcate design and development process relevant to the industry.
  • M3: To enhance leadership abilities through team work and research.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs): 

PEO 1: Accomplish a progressive career by applying fundamental principles and design methodologies of computer science and engineering.

PEO 2: Provide practical solutions to solve problems of industry and society at large.

PEO 3: Exhibit professionalism through managerial skills and develop innovative products.

Programme outcomes (POs):

PO1 : Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problemsneering problems.

PO2 :Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO3 :Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO4 :Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO5 :Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO6 :The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal & cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

PO7 :Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PO8 :Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics & responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO9 :Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multi-disciplinary settings.

PO10 :Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

PO11 :Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

PO12 :Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent & life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.


Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs):

PSO 1: Demonstrate the principles, architectures and Organization of computers, embedded systems and computer networks.

PSO 2: To develop software applications using advanced technologies to cater the growing needs of Industry.

SN FIRST NAME Exact Designation NATURE OF ASSOCIATION Date of Joining PG Degree
1 DR. RAJKUMAR KULKARNI HOD & PROF. REGULAR 11/3/2002 BE-CSE, M.TECH, COMPUTER APPL. IN MANA, PH.D.
2 DR. VIDYAVATHI B.M. PROF. REGULAR 1/9/2000 BE-CSE, M.TECH. S/W ENGG. PH.D.
3 DR. RAJASHREE V BIRADAR PROF. REGULAR 28/9/2005 BE–ECE, MS (S/W SYSTEMS), PH.D.
4 DR. ARADHANA DAMMERGIDA PROF. REGULAR 1/9/2003 BE-CSE, M.TECH – CSE, PH.D.
5 DR. SURESH YERESIME ASSO., PROF. REGULAR 1/6/2016 BE-CSE, M.TECH - SOFTWARE ENGG. PH.D.
6 MR. PANI RAMA PRASAD PYDEE ASST., PROF. REGULAR 1/9/1999 BE-ECE, M.TECH. CNE
7 MRS. ANITA S PATIL ASST., PROF. REGULAR 18/8/2006 BE-CSE, M.TECH. CNE
8 MR. MUHIBUR RAHMAN T.R ASST., PROF. REGULAR 15/3/2007 BE-CSE, M.TECH. CSE
9 MR. SRINIVAS CHINTA KALAYALU ASST., PROF. REGULAR 1/9/2003 BE-CSE, M.TECH. CSE
10 MR. VENKATESHWAR AMINGAD ASST., PROF. REGULAR 10/10/2005 BE-CSE, M.TECH. CNE
11 MRS. PRATIBHA MISHRA ASST PROF. REGULAR 7/8/2007 B.TECH. CSE, M.TECH. CNE
12 MR. SUDHAKAR AVAREDDY ASST PROF. REGULAR 11/8/2008 BE-CSE, M.TECH. CNE
13 MR. JAGADISH R.M ASST PROF. REGULAR 1/2/2010 BE-CSE, M.TECH. CNE
14 MR. USMAN K ASST PROF. REGULAR 22/4/2008 BE-ISE, M.TECH. CNE
15 MR. SRIDHAR SRINIVAS KALGUDI ASST PROF. REGULAR 15/1/2009 BE-ISE, M.TECH. DE
16 MR. HAYATH T M ASST PROF. REGULAR 15/1/2009 BE-CSE, M.TECH. - DE
17 MR. DADA PEER ASST PROF. REGULAR 1/2/2010 BE-CSE, M.TECH. CNE
18 MR. SHAFIULLA MOHAMMED ASST PROF. REGULAR 1/1/2011 BE-ISE, M.TECH. CNE
19 MR. VIRUPAKSHA GOUDA R ASST PROF. REGULAR 13/10/2008 BE-CSE, M.TECH. CNE
20 MR. GIRISH KUMAR D ASST PROF. REGULAR 5/9/2011 BE-ISE, M.TECH. CNE
21 MRS. TEJASWHINI S.G. ASST PROF. REGULAR 1/8/2013 BE-ISE, M.TECH
22 MRS. SWATHI D V ASST PROF. REGULAR 2/8/2013 BE-ISE, M.TECH CSE
23 MRS. SHWETHASHREE A ASST PROF. REGULAR 1/8/2013 BE-CSE, M.TECH CNE
24 MR. KIRAN A MUDARADDI ASST PROF. REGULAR 1/8/2014 BE-ISE, M.TECH - CSE
25 MR. HARI KRISHNA H ASST PROF. REGULAR 1/8/2014 BE-CSE, M.E - CNE
26 MR. AZHAR BAIG M ASST PROF. REGULAR 1/8/2014 BE-CSE, M.TECH-CNE
27 MR. SREENIVASA M ASST PROF. REGULAR 3/11/2003 AMIE, M.TECH - CSE
28 MR. BIMANNA ALALADINNI ASST PROF. REGULAR 1/8/2014 BE-CSE, M.TECH-CSE
29 MRS. SHEETAL JANTHAKAL ASST PROF. REGULAR 18/7/2016 BE-ISE, M.TECH-CNE
30 MR. SRISAILANATH ASST PROF. REGULAR 1/2/2016 BE-ISE, M.TECH - CNE
31 MS. POOJA KULKARNI ASST PROF. REGULAR 30/1/2015 BE-CSE, M.TECH - CSE
32 MRS. JAGADEVI N PURANIKMATH ASST PROF. REGULAR 18/7/2016 BE-CSE, M.TECH CSE
33 MS. NIRMALA B. GANIGER ASST PROF. REGULAR 30/1/2015 BE-CSE, M.TECH IN CSE
34 MR. NAVEEN KUMAR G ASST PROF. REGULAR 30/1/2015 BE-CSE, M.TECH. CSE
35 MS. AISHWARYA R NAYAKA ASST PROF. REGULAR 1/2/2016 BE-CSE, M.TECH – CSE
36 MS. SHENAZ BEGUM S ASST PROF. REGULAR 1/8/2013 BE-ISE, M.TECH. CNE
37 MS. NEEMA JOSHI ASST PROF. REGULAR 1/8/2017 BE-CSE, M.TECH. CNE
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List of Publications

S.NO Name of the Guide Title/Topic Name of the Journal International  / National Journal with Impact FACTOR Year of Publication
1 Dr. R. N. Kulkarni

 

An Ameliorated Approach to Represent UML Class Diagram in the Table Format International Journal of Computer Applications

 

International Journal: issue7,VOL-182,DOI-10.5120/ijca2018917635 AUG 2018
2 Abstraction of Information Flow Table from a Restructured Legacy 'C' program to be amenable for Multicore Architecture Springer Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems,

Singapore

International Journal:

Vol 32, Page no. 401-407, June 2018

June 2017
3 An ameliorated methodology for the design and implementation of smart plant system International Journal of Innovative Research in Information Security International Journal:

Vol 4, Issue 5, May 2017

ISSN: 2349-7017

May 2017
4 An ameliorated methodology for the design and implementation of home automation system International Journal of Innovative Research in Information Security International Journal:

Vol 4, Issue 5, May 2017

ISSN: 2349-7017

May 2017
5 Dr. Vidyavathi B. M.

 

1 An intrusion detection system using Data Mining and Genetic Network Programming

 

International Journal of Research in Information Technology International Journal:

(IJRIT), Volume 3, Issue 5, May 2015,Page no 405-412. (ISSN 2001-5569).

May
2015
6 Web Recommender system using EM-NB classifier International Journal of Computer science and Information Technologies IJCSIT: Vol 7(3), 2016, 1254-1256

(ISSN: 0975-9646)

2016
7 Cloud Android Imager International Journal for Scientific & Development IJSRD: Vol 4, Issue 03, 2016

(ISSN: 2321-0613)

2016
8 Prediction of Crime Trends Using MK-MC Technique Springer Nature, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing DOI: 10.1007/978-981-10-3223-3_40 2018
9 Dr. Rajashree V.Biradar

 

An enhanced mobile agent middleware for wireless sensor networks

 

International journal of ELSEVIER  publication Alexandria Engineering Journal,

 

Impact factor 1.7, article in press available in  for http://doi.org/10.1016/j.aej.2017.03.003 2017
10 Optimization of MQ-7 Gas Sensors in Determining the Concentration of Carbon Monoxide Air Pollutant in different Environmental Conditions of Bengaluru City using Wireless Sensor Networks in Real-Time International Journal of  Adv Research in Dynamical & Control Systems(JARDCS) Vol. 10, 09-Special Issue, 2018. ISSN 1943-023X

(Scopus indexed)

 

2018
11 Reinforce PSO based Supporting Cluster Head Energy Optimization (RPSO-CHEO) in WSN International Journal of  Adv Research in Dynamical & Control Systems (JARDCS) Vol. 10, 09-Special Issue, 2018. ISSN 1943-023X.

(Scopus indexed)

 

2018
12 A Study on Various Cryptographic Techniques Used in Cloud Computing International Journal of  Adv Research in Dynamical & Control Systems(JARDCS) Vol. 10, 09-Special Issue, 2018. ISSN 1943-023X

(Scopus indexed)

 

2018
13 “A Review on Energy Efficient Location based

Routing Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks”,

International Journal of  Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology(IJIRSET) International Journal June-2017
14 Dr. Aradhana D

 

Feature Extraction and

Recognition Using Soft Computing Tools

 

International Journal of Science and Engineering Research, ISSN 2229- 5518, Volume 6 Issue3 International Journal ISSN 2229- 5518, Volume 6 Issue3 March 2015
15 Face Recognition from Videos Using Eigen Object Recognizer International Journal of Research in Information Technology, ISSN 2001-5569, Volume 3 Issue 5 International Journal ISSN 2001-5569, Volume 3 Issue 5

 

May 2015
16 Face Image Retrieval Using LBP Features and Sparse Codewords International Journal of Research in Information Technology, ISSN 2001-5569, Volume 3 Issue 5

 

International Journal ISSN 2001-5569, Volume 3 Issue 5

 

May 2015
17 Image Segmentation by Soft Computing Tools International Journal of Research in Information Technology, ISSN 2001-5569, Volume 3 Issue 5 International Journal ISSN 2001-5569, Volume 3 Issue 5

 

May 2015
18 A review : Shadow Detection and Removal in Digital Images International journal of emerging technology in computer Science and Electronics, ISSN : 0976-1353, ref no : Vol23I6Po26, volume 23, issue 06 International journal, ISSN : 0976-1353, ref no : Vol23I6Po26, volume 23, issue 06

 

Oct 2016
19 Text Classification for Student Data using Naive Bayes Classifier and KNN Classifier International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology, ISSN : 2231-2803, volume 43, Issue 01. International Journal ISSN : 2231-2803, volume 43, Issue 01.

 

Jan 2017
20 Mr.P Paniram Prasad BITM Digital Locker System International Journal for Technological Research in Engineering International Journal:

Vol: 3, Issue 9, ISBN (online) 2347-4718. Page No: 2000-2002.

May 2016
21 Mr. Muhibur Rehman T R

 

A Novel approach to detect black hole and worm hole attacks in Mobile Adhoc Networks International  Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing(IJCSMC) International Journal: ISSN : 2320-O88X,Vol.4

,issue 5, Page No. 71-79

May 2015

 

22 Decentralized and privacy preserving authenticated access control scheme for data stored in clouds International  Journal of Research in Information Technology(IJRIT) International Journal:

ISSN : 2001-5569,Vol.3, issue 6

June 2015

 

23 Design and implementation of a software system for maximizing file access through replication of a file for efficient file sharing in Mobile Adhoc Networks International  Journal of  Advancement in Engineering, Management and Applied Science(IJAETMAS) International Journal:

ISSN : 2349-3224,Vol.3, special issue 2, Page No. 202-208

 

May 2016

 

24 An approach for access control of single instance data storage in hybrid cloud International  Journal of Research in Information Technology(IJRIT)

 

International Journal:

ISSN:2349-3224,Vol 1, Special issue 2, August 2016

August 2016
25 Secure Dynamic multi keyword Ranked search on encrypted data International  Journal of Modern Research in Engineering  & Technology(IJMRET) International Journal:

ISSN:2278-621X,VOL 8, Special issue 4,

July 2017
26 Virtual Solution for Network Data Crowding in Mobile AD HOC Networks International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science(IJARCS) International Journal:

ISSN:0976-5697, Vol. 9,No.1, Page No. 562-565

DOI:http:/dx.doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v9i1.5430

Jan-Feb 2018
27 Virtual Solution for Network Data Crowding in Mobile AD HOC Networks International Journal of  Engineering Invention(IJEI)

 

International Journal:

p-ISSN:2319-6491,Vol. 7 , issue 5 ,Page No. 1-3

May 2018
28 Development of Heterogenious Zone Routing Topology for Mobile Ad Hoc Network IOSR Journal of Engineering International Journal:

p-ISSN:2278-8719, Vol. 8 , issue 6 ,Page No. 1-3

June 2018
29 Mr C K Srinivas An Ameliorated Approach to Represent UML Class Diagram in the Table Format International Journal of Computer Applications International Journal:

International Journal , issue7, VOL-182,DOI-10.5120/ijca2018917635

AUG 2018
30 Mrs. Anitha S Patil Scheduling Techniques for TinyOS: A Review International Conference on Computational Systems and Information Systems for Sustainable Solutions DOI: 10.1109/CSITSS.2016.7779420

SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-85010451217

OCT 2016
31 Mr. Jagadish R M Offline Data Synchronization with Occasionally Connected Databases Using Smart-IPMS

 

Springer Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering DOI 10.1007/978-981-10-1540-3_6

SCOPUS

 

Jan 2017
32 Ms. Tejaswini S G Privacy preserving policy for user uploaded images on content  sharing  application

 

Internal Conference on emerging trends in science and engineering

 

Vol 06 issue 05 ISSN 2278-9359

DOI 10.23956

/ijermt

May 2017

DEPT. OF COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

LAB FACILITIES: Adequate and well equipped laboratories

S.NO Name of the Laboratory No. of students

Per setup

Name of the Important Equipment
1 LAB 1

ALGORITHMS/ DBMS LAB

Networks Lab 22 1. Computer Systems

2. Printer, 3.Networking Switch

4.UPS

2 LAB 2

OPERATING SYSTEM LAB

CGV Lab 22 1. Computer Systems

2. Printer, 3.Networking Switch

4.UPS

3 LAB 3

 

DBA Lab

 

 

22 1. Computer Systems

2. Printer, 3.Networking Switch

4. UPS

4 LAB 4 WP Lab

(ODD Sem.)

22 1. Computer Systems

2. Printer, 3.Networking Switch

4.Projector, 5.UPS

PG Lab

(EVEN Sem.)

22
5 LAB 5 CP Lab (ODD Sem.) 22 1. Computer Systems

2. Printer, 3.Networking Switch

4.Projector, 5.UPS

CP Lab

(EVEN Sem.)

22
6 LAB 6

R & D LAB

RESEARCH WORK

(ODD Sem.)

22 1. Computer Systems

2. Printer, 3.Networking Switch

4. Projector, 5. UPS

RESEARCH WORK

(EVEN Sem.)

22
7 LAB 7

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LAB

CP Lab

(ODD Sem.)

22 1. Computer Systems

2. Printer, 3. Networking Switch

4. UPS

CP Lab

(EVEN Sem.)

22
8 LAB 8 LOGIC DESIGN & MICRO PROCESSOR LAB ADE Lab

(ODD Sem.)

22 1. Computer Systems

2. Printer, 3.Networking Switch

4. CRO, 5. Power Supply

6. Signal Generator, 7. Trainer kit

8. UPS

µP Lab

(EVEN Sem.)

22 1. Computer Systems

2. Printer, 3.Networking Switch

4. Logic Controller, 5. DAC

6. CRO, 7. 8051πc kit

8. Stepper Motor, 9. 8X3 Keyboard

10. UPS

9 LAB 9

DS & ALGORITHMS LAB

DSC Lab (ODD Sem.) 22 1. Computer Systems

2. Printer, 3.Networking Switch

4. UPS

DAA Lab (EVEN Sem.) 22
10 LAB 10

SS & NP LAB

NW Lab (ODD Sem.) 22 1. Computer Systems

2. Printer, 3. Networking Switch

4. UPS

USP Lab (EVEN Sem.) 22

 

 

Additional facilities created for improving the quality of learning experience in laboratories

 

S.NO Facility Name Details Reason(s) for creating facility Utilization Areas in which

students’ are

expected to have

enhanced learning

1 Design Based Experiments In every Lab, students will practice extra programs apart from the University specified lab Experiments. To enhance the programming skills and in-depth understanding of the technical concepts. Design based experiments are executed by the students to learn apart from the University prescribed syllabus. Programming skills
2 MTLC Lab Students will do multidisciplinary projects on real-world problems. Students can understand the concept of real-world problems. 50 Hours Per Semester

 

To bridge the gap between Academic and Industry curriculum.

 

3 Programming and Debugging Contest This event is conducted on the occasion of departmental tech fest.  The students are encouraged to learn programming and debugging skills to enhance their skills.

 

Students are participating in programming and debugging contest to write code and debug the program within the time constraint and competing with other participants. Programming and Debugging skills.
4  

IBM Software Skills

Students will be trained with new technologies like Cloud

Computing, Big Data and Mobility.

Students will be enhanced with new technologies. IBM soft skills training is being conducted every year for three batches.

Till now 160 students are trained.

Training is given only for Registered students.

To bridge the gap between Academic curriculum and Industry.

 

5 Infosys Campus Connect –Foundation Program 5.0

(Python and Database Integration)

 

 

Students will do projects on real-world problems using Python. Students can understand the concept of real-world problems. 60 Hours Per Semester

 

To bridge the gap between Academic curriculum and Industry.

 

6 Additional Java Lab Students will learn java programming apart from the University specified syllabus. Students are encouraged to learn and enhance programming skills.

 

50 Hours Per Semester

 

Programming skills
7 Additional USP Lab Students will learn Unix System Programming apart from the University specified syllabus. The students are encouraged to learn programming and enhance their skills.

 

50 Hours Per Semester

 

Programming skills

 

S.NO Staff Name Qualification Designation Dept
1 Ms. Reshma Banu BE Supervisor CSE
2 Ms. Ashlekha Jain BE Technical Asst. CSE
3 Mr. Basavaraj.S Dip Instructor CSE
4 Mrs. Sunitha.S Dip Instructor CSE
5 Mr. Sharanabasappa.A Dip Instructor CSE
6 Mr. Jeelan K Dip Instructor CSE
7 Mr. Khalik Basha C Dip Instructor CSE
8 Mr. Ravi G Dip Instructor CSE
9 Mr. Prashanth Mutalik Dip Instructor CSE
10 Mr. Anand Krishna Murthy Dip Programmer CSE
11 Mr. Bharath Kumar.R ITI Helper CSE
12 Mr. Channappa.K SSLC Helper CSE
13 Mr. Mahadevappa Nayakara SSLC Helper CSE
14 Mr. Mallappa SSLC Helper CSE

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