Computer Science & Engineering Department

The Department of Computer Science & Engineering, established in 1986, offers UG and PG and research (leading to M.Sc. and Ph.D.) programs. The B.E. program is an Autonomous under VTU(2007) and is accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA) during 2008 and re-accredited during the years 2012 & 2015. The Department practices outcome based education since 2014. The Department has adequate infrastructure with state-of-the-art laboratories and other supporting facilities to provide enhanced learning environment.The Department boasts of well qualified teaching faculty with rich research, teaching and industrial experience.The Department has excellent placement track record in reputed industries with an average of 80 – 85% placement of eligible students over the years. The Department regularly conduct Audit courses, and special courses on advanced topics, to bridge the gap between the curriculum and the need of the industry. The Department offers M.Tech programs in Computer Science & Engineering and in Software Engineering (Autonomous under VTU) from the academic year 2003-04 and 2015-16 respectively.
To be a center of excellence in Computer science & Engineering education and research, empower the lives of individuals to fulfill their academic excellence, professional passions, and partnership for community development.
  • To impart knowledge through the state-of-the-art concepts and technologies in Computer Science and Engineering.
  • To inculcate values of professional ethics, leadership qualities and lifelong learning.
  • To prepare professionals for employment in industry, research, higher education, community partnerships,and entrepreneurship to benefit the society.
  • Graduates will be capable of practicing principles of Computer Science & Engineering, Mathematics and Scientific investigation to solve the problems that are appropriate to the discipline.
  • Graduates will be able to contribute to their profession and society.
  • Graduates will be employed in computing profession or engaged in learning to pursue higher education.
  • PO1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering 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.
  • P04: 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 and 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 and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • P09: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary 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 and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.
  • Foundations of MathematicalConcepts: Apply the knowledge of engineering science and mathematics in solving problems that are appropriate to the discipline.
  • Foundations of Computing : Apply the knowledge of computing both hardware and software aspects to the solution of real-world engineering problems in the discipline
  • Foundations of Software Design & Development:Design & develop algorithms, programs, and projects using various software and modern tools appropriate to software industry or Research & Development activities in the discipline.
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Dr. NIRANJAN N CHIPLUNKAR

Principal

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Dr. UDAY KUMAR REDDY

HOD

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Dr. UDAY KUMAR SHENOY

Professor

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Dr. DEVIPRASAD M

Professor


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Dr. D K SREEKANTHA

Professor

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Dr. SEETHARAM K

Professor

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Dr. KARUNA PANDIT

Professor

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Dr. JYOTHI SHETTY

Associate Professor


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Ms. SHARADA U SHENOY

Associate Professor

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Mr. VENUGOPAL P S

Associate Professor

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Mr. ROSHAN FERNANDES

Associate Professor

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Mr. RAJU K

Associate Professor


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Mr. SUDEEPA K B

Associate Professor

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Ms. SARIKA HEGDE

Associate Professor

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Mr. RADHAKRISHNA

Associate Professor

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Mr. PRADEEP KANCHAN

Assistant Professor Gd. III


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Mr. VIJAYA MURARI T

Assistant Professor Gd. III

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Mr. RAVI B

Assistant Professor Gd. III

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Dr. ARAVINDA C V

Assistant Professor Gd. III

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Mrs. ANISHA P RODRIGUES

Assistant Professor Gd. II


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Ms. PALLAVI K N.

Assistant Professor Gd. II

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Mr. RANJAN KUMAR H S

Assistant Professor

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Mr. RAMESH SHETTIGAR

Assistant Professor Gd. II

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Mr. RAGHUNANDAN K

Assistant Professor Gd. II


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Ms. MINU P ABRAHAM.

Assistant Professor Gd. II

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Mr. SAMPATH KINI K

Assistant Professor

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Mr. MAHESH KINI M

Assistant Professor Gd. II

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Mr. ASMITA POOJARY

Assistant Professor Gd. II


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Ms. SHRUTHI M

Assistant Professor Gd. II

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Ms. SAVITHA M

Assistant Professor Gd. I

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Mr. PAWAN HEGDE

Assistant Professor Gd. I

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Ms. KEERTHANA B

Assistant Professor Gd. II


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Ms. SHABARI SHEDTHI B

Assistant Professor Gd. I

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Mr. SHASHANK SHETTY

Assistant Professor Gd. I

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Mr. SANNIDHAN M S

Assistant Professor Gd. II

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Mr. PUNEETH R P

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Ms. SHILPA KAREGOUDAR.

Assistant Professor Gd. I

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Ms. DIVYA JENNIFER D'SOUZA

Assistant Professor Gd. I

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Ms. RAJALAXMI HEGDE

Assistant Professor Gd. I

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Mr. KRISHNA PRASAD N RAO

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Mr. SUNIL KUMAR AITHAL S

Assistant Professor Gd. I

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Mr. SANDEEP KUMAR HEGDE

Assistant Professor Gd. I

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Ms. ANKITHA A NAYAK.

Assistant Professor Gd. I

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Ms. SWATHI PAI M

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Ms. RAJASHREE

Assistant Professor Gd. I

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Mr. KRISHNARAJ

Assistant Professor Gd. I

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Ms. SHWETHA G K

Assistant Professor Gd. I


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Dr. SUJATHA RAVIPRASAD UPADHYAYA

Professor/Adjunct Faculty

Sl No. Name Designation
1 Mr. Sakaraham B System Manager
2 Mr.Rajeevan K V System Analyst
3 Mrs.Shyamala Shetty Programmer Grade-1
4 Mr.Ganesh Salian Sr. Lab Assistant
5 Mr.Shrikanth Acharya Sr. Lab Assistant
6 Mr.Vishwas Rao Lab Assistant
7 Mr. Vishwanath Hegde Lab Assistant
8 Mrs. Shruthi Prakash Lab Assistant
9 Mr.Shukur A Lab Technician
10 Mr.Harish Moolya Lab Assistant
11 Ms.Deepthi V.Shetty Lab Assistant
12 Mr.Karunakar Bangera Attender
13 Mrs.Annapoorna Attender
14 Mr.Praveen Kunder Attender
15 Mr.Shridhar Achary Attender

The department has well-equipped state of the art Laboratories which includes:

  • Advanced Programming Laboratory
  • Application Development Laboratory
  • Data Structures / Algorithms laboratory
  • Microprocessors & Microcontroller Laboratory
  • Network / RDBMS Laboratory
  • Systems Programming Laboratory
  • Web / Unix Programming Laboratory
  • Logic Design Laboratory
  • Research / PG Laboratory
  • Computer Programming Laboratory
  • Five Intel(R) Core TM i7-2600 CPU @ 3.40 GHz Computers with NVIDIA GTX470 Cards
  • Three CISC Server: HPML150G6 Server HP, Power-RISC Model: IBM: Server1:9110 Model 51A IBM Power
  • X-86 CISC Quad Core Processor: HP Z600 Workstation Base Unit (Intel Xeon E5520 2.268 MB / 1066 QC CPU-1)
  • HP 280 G1 MT Business PC Intel Core i5 Processor 4/8 GB RAM, 500 GB HDD
  • Acer Power Series Intel® Core™ 2 Duo 1.86GHz,1/2/3GB RAM, 160GB HDD
  • IBM Think Centre Desktop, Intel ® Pentium D, 512 MB RAM, 80GBHard Disk
  • HP Compaq 6200 Pro Micro Tower, Intel Core i5-2400 Processor3.10GHz, 4GB RAM, 1TB Hard Disk
  • HP Pro Desk 400 G2 MT, Intel® Core(TM) 5–4570S, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD

To cater the needs of teaching learning process, the department consists of:

  • 360 Computer Systems and other Hardware
  • 14 Operating Systems
  • 56 Application Software
  • 10 Computer Servers

This centre was started with an intention to provide a facility to carry out teaching and research work in the field for the interested faculty members and students of NMAMIT. This centre is a part of the Department of Computer Science & Engineering.
Thrust Areas :

  • Parallel programming
  • Parallel algorithms
  • Compiler design and optimization
  • Parallel computer architecture
  • Multi-core programming and optimizations
  • GPU programming and optimizations

Activities:

  • Special training for the students during summer apart from elective courses
  • Encourage students to take-up research oriented projects
  • Motivating students for higher education in this area and to apply for internships and jobs in various HPC industries

Facilities:

  • Five Intel(R) CoreTM i7-2600 CPU @ 3.40 GHz Computers with NVIDIA GTX470 Cards
  • Three CISC Server: HPML150G6 Server HP
  • Power-RISC Model: IBM: Server1:9110 Model 51A IBM Power
  • X-86 CISC Quad Core Processor: HP Z600 Workstation Base Unit (Intel Xeon E5520 2.268 MB / 1066 QC CPU-1), with Monitor.

Achievements of CHPC:

  • Successful completion of several summer internships
  • Faculty and students have presented and published their work in various international conferences and journals
  • Recognized Computer Unified Device Architecture (CUDA) teaching centre since June, 2012.
  • Have an academic alliance with AMD, Intel etc.

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Awards and Distinctions:

  • Best Paper Award
  • For the paper entitled “Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) Implementation Methodology of AERMOD model”, Best paper prize was awarded at 2nd International Conference on Recent Advances in Sciences and Engineering-ICRASE- 2013 held during 29-30th April, 2013, organized by Association of Scholars and Professional-ASP at Hyderabad, India.

  • Citation from NVIDIA
  • Received citation from NVIDIA Executive for Best NVIDIA University Relations Coordinator.

  • CUDA Teaching Centre
  • Since June 2012 Computer Unified Device Architecture (CUDA) teaching centre is recognized as teaching centre by NVIDIA (India).

Research Publications Based on HPC Centre:

  • ‘Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) Implementation Methodology of AERMOD model’’. International Journal of Systems, Algorithms and Applications. Volume 3, 2013.
  • ‘‘New Sparse Matrix Storage Format to Improve the Performance of Total SPMV Time’’. Scalable Computing: Practice and Experience. Vol. 13(2).
  • ‘‘Effective Sparse Matrix Representation for the GPU Architecture’’. International Journal of Computer Science, Engineering and Applications (IJCSEA). Volume 2, Number 2, April 2012.
  • ‘‘Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) Implementation Methodology of AERMOD model’’. 2nd International Conference on Recent Advances in Sciences and Engineering-ICRASE-2013. 29th to 30th April, 2013. Organized by Association of Scholars and Professional-ASP at Hyderabad, India.
  • ‘‘Study and Enhancement of CETUS- A Source to Source Compiler’’. International Conference on Information and Communication Technology (ICICT-2011), Chennai. 24th December 2011, page 145-148.
  • ‘C2O: Communication and Computation Optimizer for the Graphics Processor Architecture’’. International Conference on High Performance Computing (HIPCSRS- 2011-Poster), Bangalore. 18th to 21st December-2011.
  • ‘‘CSPR: Column only Sparse Matrix Representation for Performance Improvement on GPU Architecture’’, International Conference on Parallel, Distributed Computing Technologies and Applications (PDCTA-2011) in conjunction with CCSEIT-2011, Tirunelvelli, Tamil Nadu, India.Organized by AIRCC (Academy and Industry Research Collaboration Center).
  • ‘‘Multithreaded Programming Framework Development for gcc Infrastructure’’. 3rd International Conference on Computer Research and Development (ICCRD 2011), Shanghai, China. 11th-13th March 2011, 54 - 57pp
  • ‘‘Framework for Interactive and Semi-Automatic Program Optimization Tool for Multi Core Architectures’’, International Conference on Computer and Information Science and Engineering (ICCISE)-2011, Dubai, Organized by World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology (WASET), 25-27, January-2011.

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M.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering was started during the academic year 2003-04. This program is aimed to empower the students with the recent developments and advanced knowledge in various frontier areas of computer science and engineering. The students are given option to concentrate on specializing in one or more streams within computer science from the first semester itself with elective courses. During the beginning of first semester itself, students are mentored to identify, formulate, review, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems in the broad domain of computer science.

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M.Tech in Software Engineering Programme was started during academic year 2015-16. This program is aimed at equipping the graduates, with advanced conceptual knowledge, technical skills and ability to pursue research in the areas of software quality, engineering, and project management. This program enables to master in software related courses such as Software Project Planning and Management, Software testing methodology, Enterprise Application Programming, Advanced Algorithms, Software Metrics and Quality Assurance. This program also helps to learn and feel the importance to software project management as leveraging tool to grow higher in software engineering ladder. Students have a wide range of electives to choose and work for one year on industrial project. Right from first semester students are exposed to research culture, mentored by a Professor, leading towards pursuing Ph.D Work in future.

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The Department of Computer Science and Engineering is an established Research Centre under VTU Belagavi since the year 2007 offering Ph.D programmes both Part-Time and Full-Time. Admission to the doctoral programme for full time is through a rigorous process of test and interview conducted by the department. The department now accommodates 26 (Part-Time and Full-Time) research scholars working on diverse areas in computer science and engineering.


The active areas of research in the department are:

  • Algorithms
  • Cryptography and Network Security
  • Data Mining
  • High Performance Computing
  • Image Processing
  • Machine Learning & Big data Analytics
  • Wireless Networks
  • Web Services

    • Research Scholars

      Sl. No.

      Name of the Research Scholars

      Year of Registration

      Research Centre

      Part Time/Full Time

      1.

      Mr. Sharath Yaji

      2015-16

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Full Time

      2.

      Mr. Prasanna Kumar H R

      2010-11

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Part Time

      3.

      Mr. Venugopal P S

      2010-11

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Part Time

      4.

      Mr. Anish P Rodrigues

      2015-16

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Part Time

      5.

      Mr. Jason Elroy Martin

      2013-14

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Part Time

      6.

      Mr. Prasanth G Desai

      2010-11

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Part Time

      7.

      Mr. Manjunath Kotari

      2011-12

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Part Time

      8.

      Mr. Raju

      2013-14

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Part Time

      9.

      Mr. Naveen D Chandavarkar

      2015-16

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Part Time

      10.

      Ms. Shabari Shedthi B

      2015-16

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Part Time

      11.

      Ms. Pallavi Shetty

      2015-16

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Part Time

      12.

      Ms. Spoorthi B Shetty

      2013-14

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Part Time

      13.

      Ms. Mamatha Balipa

      2013-14

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Part Time

      14.

      Ms. Parimala Kumar K R

      2015-16

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Part Time

      15.

      Ms. Mangala A G

      2014-15

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Part Time

      16.

      Mr. Harsha S S

      2013-14

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Part Time

      17.

      Mr. Dhananjay V

      2015-16

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Part Time

      18.

      Mr. Dhananjay V

      2015-16

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Part Time

      19.

      Mr. Ranjan KUmar H S

      2016-17

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Part Time

      20.

      Mr. Sandeep Kumar Hegde

      2016-17

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Part Time

      21.

      Mrs. Naveen D Chandavarkar

      2015-16

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Part Time

      22.

      Mrs. Minu P Abraham

      2016-17

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Part Time

      23.

      Mrs. Kajal Bangera

      2016-17

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Full Time

      24.

      Mrs. Sarita

      2016-17

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Part Time

      25.

      Mrs. Savita

      2016-17

      NMAM Institute of Technology,Nitte

      Part Time

      26.

      Mr. Radhakrishna

      2014-15

      PACE, Mangalore / VTU

      Part Time

      27.

      Mr. Roshan Fernandes

      2013-14

      SJEC, Mangalore / VTU

      Part Time

      28.

      Mr. Sudeep K B

      2012-13

      PACE, Mangalore / VTU

      Part Time

      29.

      Mrs. Sharada Uday Shenoy

      2013-14

      PACE, Mangalore / VTU

      Part Time

      30.

      Mr. Pradeep Kanchan

      2015-16

      NIT-K,Suratkal

      Full Time

      31.

      Mr. Pallavi K N

      2015-16

      VVCE, Mysuru / VTU

      Part Time

      32.

      Mrs. Shruthi M

      2015-16

      VVCE, Mysuru / VTU

      SMVIT,Bengaluru/VTU

      33.

      Mr. Ravi B

      2015-16

      REVA University

      Part Time

      34.

      Mr. Vijaya Murari

      2015-16

      VTU RRC,Belagavi

      Part Time

      35.

      Mrs. Ashvini B

      2012-13

      NIE,Mysuru,VTU Belagavi

      Part Time

      36.

      Mr. Shashank Shetty

      2016-17

      NITK-Suratkal

      Part Time

      37.

      Mr. Mahesh Kini

      2016-17

      MIT,Manipal

      Part Time

      38.

      Mrs. Asmita Poojary

      2016-17

      MIT,Moodbidre

      Part Time

      39.

      Mr. Sannidhan M S

      2016-17

      VTU RRC,Belagavi

      Part Time

      Research Guides

      Sl. No.

      Name of the Research Guides

      1.

      Dr. Niranjan N Chiplunkar

      2.

      Dr. Balasubramani

      3.

      Dr. Udaykumar Reddy K. R

      4.

      Dr. Neelima B

      5.

      Dr. Uday Kumar Shenoy

      6.

      Dr. D. K. Sreekantha

      7.

      Dr. Mohammed Javed

      8.

      Dr. Surendra Shetty

      9.

      Dr. Anand

      10.

      Dr. Arvind C. V.

      11.

      Dr. Karuna Pandit

Date : 31st August 2017
Time : 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM
Venue : Sambhram Auditorium, NMAMIT, Nitte

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The branch induction programme was organized on 31st August 2017 for the benefit of second year Computer Science and Engineering students of NMAMIT, Nitte. The programme started at 2:30 P.M in the presence of Vice Principal, Dr. I.R.Mithanthaya who was the Chief Guest. Head of the department, Dr. K R Udaya Kumar Reddy and ACE coordinator, Mr. Raghunandan K R along with the Chief Guest were seated on the dais. Ms.Vasundhara took over the formal ceremony. The President of ACE, Mr. B.S. Vishnu welcomed the gathering. The Chief Guest addressed the gathering. Dr. Uday Kumar Reddy addressed the second year students and gave inputs on:
  1. Overall functioning of the department.
  2. Strengths of the department.
  3. Highly qualified faculty.
  4. Audit courses and fast-track courses offered.
  5. The Computer Science department magazine was released on this occasion by the Chief Guest. The magazine editorial team was congratulated for their hardwork.Vote of thanks was proposed by the Vice President of ACE Mr.Adarsh A.

CSI

Date: 10th March 2017

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The Computer Society of India, NMAMIT Student Branch celebrated the CSI Day on 10th March, 2017 . The chief guest for the day was Prof.(Dr.)A.N. Parameswaran, Director, Industry-Institute Interaction Cell, Nitte Education Trust. The celebrations was presided by Dr Niranjan N Chiplunkar, Principal, NMAMIT.Dr Udaya Kumar Reddy, Head of Department Of CSE, Mrs Sharada U Shenoy, CSI Student Branch Counselor and CSI coordinators from CSE, ISE, MCA were also present. The whole week from 6th March to 11th March was marked as CSI week and conducted five other events apart from CSI day celebrations were held in that week. The events Code in Less – a coding competition, Logo Quiz, Treasure Hunt, Mock Interview and a technical talk on “Implementation of Data Structures: an Industry perspective”, by Mr. Ram Kumar from Robosoft Technologies Pvt Ltd Udupi.
The celebrations began with a prayer song by Ms.Pooja Prabhu , final year CSE student and a member of CSI, to invoke the divine blessings. Prof. Sharada U Shenoy, Student Branch Coordinator, CSI welcomed the gathering. Mr Vishwas Navada, Student Chairman, CSI, presented the overview of events conducted under CSI for the academic year 2016-2017.The chief guests were then given a floral welcome by the executive members of CSI. This CSI day celebrations was formally inaugurated by lighting of lamp . This was preceded by the prize distribution ceremony for various competitions conducted by CSI for the current academic year. The CSI yearly magazine, CSI Bytes was then released by our chief guest.Prof A.N. Parameswaran, the chief guest for the day addressed gathering. He spoke about computer-human metaphor and enlightened the students about various differences between human brain and the computer and also the unexplainable capacity of the computer. He then concluded his speech with a beautiful saying ” Weak brain revenge, Strong brain forgive but Intelligent brain ignores “.
Dr Niranjan N Chiplunkar, Principal, NMAMIT started his speech by congratulating the team behind the CSI magazine , CSI Bytes, for their hard work and dedication in publishing the magazine. He also mentioned his close bond with CSI and mentioned that his first trip outside India was sponsored by CSI. He then enlightened the students about the importance of being a perfectionist in programming, which is the major requirements of today’s industries. He also put light on the increasing need of students to have exposure to industrial practicality, rather than just theoretical studying. He concluded his speech by mentioning about the challenging situations at jobs and urged the students to grab the various opportunities given by CSI to become proactive and bring out the leader in them.
Dr Udaya Kumar Reddy, HOD Computer Science, then addressed the gathering. He spoke about how CSI is the largest society in the field of Computer Science. He encouraged the students to make use of opportunities given by CSI to grow further. He concluded his speech by congratulating the members of CSI for their efforts and achievements.
The formal function then came to an end with a vote of thanks by Dr Uday Kumar Shenory, Staff Coordinator of CSI. This was followed by a demo by Pradeep B, third year CSE student on Internet Of Things. The celebration witnessed an audience in large numbers. Students and Staff of CSE, ISE and MCA department were a part of the celebration. Refreshments was served at the end of the formal function.

IEI

Data Mining and Analysis using R Programming” by Mr.Roshan Fernandes and Ms.Anisha P Rodrigues conducted on 21st and 22nd January,2017.

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The IEI along with ISTE Students’ Chapter had organized an workshop on the topic “ DATA MINING AND ANALYSIS USING R PROGRAMMING ” which was held on 21st and 22nd of January 2017. It was an honour to have with us Mr. Roshan Fernandes and Ms. Anisha P Rodrigues , Dept. of CSE, NMAMIT as our Resource Person. The workshop was conducted in the presence of Ms Pallavi K N ,Staff Co-ordinator of IEI and ISTE. Around 50 students had registered for the workshop. Ms. Nishmitha J R welcomed the gathering.
The two day workshop was well organized and was conducted in the department labs. The first day of the workshop was conducted by Mr. Roshan Fernandes. The session included concepts of Data Mining and how it was used to analyse the data. It also included how one can use Data Mining & analytics tools in various applications.
Second day of the workshop was handled by Ms. Anisha P Rodrigues. The session started with the introduction to R Programming. She also briefed to the students the usage of different R commands and its applications.Introduction to concepts of Image Analysis was also taught.
Participants were provided with the certificates. Snacks and Lunch was also provided to the participants. The vote of thanks was rendered by Ms Ashwija R Rai.

College has a central placement cell which assists the students to face the campus placement
Department also provides placement assistance by conducting soft skill courses, crack the campus etc.
Our students are employed in reputed companies like VMware, Siemens, Oracle India Pvt. Ltd., Nutanix, Robosoft Technologies, Sony India, Infosys, Accenture, Wipro, Ymedia Labs, Robert Bosch, HP Enterprise, 99Games, IBM GBS, ACT, Walmart Labs, FACE, EMC, ACCORD SW, L&T Technology Services, to name a few.
The Details Of Campus Placements For The Last 4 Years:

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About the Club

The Association of Computer Engineers ( ACE ), a club in NMAMIT Nitte, has been formed by the students of Computer Science and Engineering for the benefit of students with an intention to provide a platform to participate in co-curricular activities and to give opportunity to mingle with other students. The motive of this association is to bring out the hidden talent and to involve each member in various activities so that the youth exuberance should not be confined to class room only.
Since its inception, the association is fully engaged in many events. The main such events are as below
  • Organising workshops on topics beyond syllabus or curriculum
  • Celebration of Teachers day, Fresher’s day, festivals
  • Cultural events and competitions
  • Interaction and spreading knowledge of creating websites and computers among school students
  • Technical talks and Alumni interaction.
  • Encouraging students to participate in co-curricular activities and sports
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About The Club

The Computer Society of India(CSI) started in our college NMAMIT,NITTE in the year 2007. It aims at imparting technical knowledge and ethical responsibilities in the students through all its activities. It encourages and motivates students to organize and volunteer in various workshops,events to instill in them a sense of responsibility,confidence and determination. It also aims at personality development.Hands on workshops are conducted to make the students experience the latest trends. The theoretical knowledge obtained in the classes is used for the implementation,hence providing the practical knowledge to all. To keep the students updated about the recent technologies, technical talks are arranged. Every possible attempt is made, to make the students equipped with the best of the technical knowledge available to groom them into a perfectengineer.
  • CSI WEBSITE
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    About the Club

    Year of Inception : 2016 – 2017
    Faculty coordinators : Mr. Krishna Prasad Rao, Mr. Anantha Murthy, Mr. Punith R P, Mr. Shashank Shetty
    Vision – This coding club aims at Realizing idea, Inspire the next and scale up to startup.
    Mission - To give a good perspective of software development and encourage the students of NMAMIT to realize the ideas through coding, Encouraging competitive programming participation and Inspiring the next, Taking up real time projects and scaling this club to a start-up

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    About The Club

    Year of Inception : 2017 – 2018
    Faculty coordinators : Dr. Aravind C V
    Student coordinators : Mr. Vignesh Shenoy
    Vision – Pursuing Excellence in the field of deep-learning and building a strong and dedicated network of life long learners to solve challenging world problems through deep-learning
    Mission – To have a deep understanding of the fundamentals of Deep-learning concepts and encourage solving challenging related problems through a team of dedicated members who will not only do self learning but also share their knowledge and experience through this study circle.
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    About The Club

    The Institution of Engineers (India), is the national organization of engineers in India. The Institution of Engineers (India) has more than one million members in 15 engineering disciplines in 114 centers or chapters in India and overseas; it is the world's largest multi-disciplinary engineering professional society in engineering and technology world. The Institution of Engineers (India) was established in 1920 in Kolkata, West Bengal and is acclaimed to have pioneered non-formal education in engineering. The Institution of Engineers (India) conducts an examination of its associate membership. This examination is considered to be on par with B.E. / B.Tech. When contemplated as an eligibility qualification to write competitive examinations like the Indian Civil Service, Indian Engineering Services, GATE, etc., and for employment in Government, public and private sectors in India. This qualification is recognized by the Ministry of HRD, government of India, as equivalent to B.E./B.Tech. The Institution of Engineers (India) was incorporated by Royal Charter in 1935. It is currently headquartered in 8 Gokhale Road, Kolkata. Our college has Institution of Engineers (India) student’s chapter for all the branches. About 1500 student members are there in this chapter. This chapter has been conducting branch level, Institution level and intercollegiate level technical programs.

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    About the Club

    The activities of Internet of Things were initiated in our college from Jan. 2015. Dr. D.K.Sreekantha, Professor from CSE Dept. was designated as IOT coordinator. Intel corporation, Bangalore has donated about 80 Intel Galileo Boards and funds Rs 3.5 Lakhs (2.0+1.5) to promote organizing the programmes and student project activities using these boards funds. The college has been conducting One year Audit Course for 3rd Year students of CSE, ISE, ECE branches since 2015. About 50 students are taking part in this course. Workshops, Invited Talks from Experts are organized for students time to time. Students are working on IOT related project in a teams to implement the project ideas. One staff mentor is assigned for each project team to guide the project and assess the project progress. At end of one year the project is evaluated by a panel and awarded grade card.
    IOT Centre was established in March 2017 in ground floor of Civil Dept. to facilitate students to work on their projects even after college hours. IOT club was formed to encourage students of all streams and semesters to work on IOT ideas from March 2017. Students are participating in IOT project exhibitions and Hackathons like in Intel Rapid Prototyping Camps, State level Industrial IOT exhibition in Bantakal and NASSCOM Innovation Challenge competitions and short listed to final rounds since 2015. We would like to collaborate with professional IOT training institute and work on real time IOT projects in future.
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    List of MoUs

    Sl. No.

    Organization

    Year

    Benefits

    1

    University of Agricultural and Horticultural Sciences, Shivamogga

    22-07-2015 to 2020

    Collaboration and support for IT related support for agriculture projects.
    Sharing of laboratories.

    2 IBM India Pvt. Limited, Bangalore

    May 2013 to May 2019

    Introduction of 20 elective courses from 2nd semester to 8th semester.

    3

    Infosys Limited, Bangalore

    22-12-2004 to 17-12-2018

    Open Elective ‘Essentials of IT’ for 8th Semester non-IT students Core Subject ‘Business Intelligence & its Applications’ for 7th semester students Offer projects for placed students Electives designed by the company on Mobile application development

    4 Ritsumeikan University, Japan

    2013 to 2018

    Sharing of Research knowledge Projects by UG & PG students Publications by Faculty, UG & PG students

    5

    IBM India, Bangalore

    08-09-2009 to 28-08-2017

    Skill Development programs Curriculum development Placement Industrial problem to Ph.D. Candidates Workshop/Seminars Setup Laboratory

    6 Intel Corporation, CA (Letter of Intent)

    July 2011- July 2016

    Introduction of Audit course on Internet of Things (IoT) UG projects on Embedded systems and IoT Application

    7 Microsoft Corporation Pvt Ltd, Gurgaon (Agreement)

    03-02-2014 to 03-02-2015

    Workshops on Windows APP Development for students and faculty

    Departmental Achievements

    Special Recognition

    * Best Accredited Student Branch & Longest Continuous SBC under Computer Society of India (CSI)

    Curriculum * Aligns with the current ACM & IEEE-CS curriculum
    * Keeps with latest industry demands
    Employment * Excellent placements , and Industry internship opportunities
    * Distinguished alumni in reputed companies playing key roles
    Student Clubs * Internet of Things club, Finite Loop club, and Deep-learning circle
    Skill Development * UG Internships / Real-time projects
    * Skill training in inter-disciplinary projects
    Research * Ph.D awarded = 06, Enrollment for Ph.D = 25
    * Publications in top-tier Journals / Conferences = 33
    Professional Societies * CSI student chapter, ACM student chapter, IE(I), and ISTE
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