Started in 1999, the Department of Information Science & Engineering offers students a graduate program with an intake of 60. The department has well-qualified and dedicated teaching and non-teaching staff and well-equipped laboratories to fulfill the academic needs of the students. The B.E (ISE.) program was accredited by the National Board of Accreditation in 2007. The department conducts special courses on advanced topics, to bridge the gap between the university curriculum and the need of the industry. The department has been granted autonomy by VTU since 2007.
The dept. is offering M.Tech., (Computer Network Engineering) from Academic Year 2012.
The vision of the Dept. of ISE is to uniquely position the Dept. as a leader in innovation and excellence in information science and engineering through education, research and scholarship in a professional framework by addressing evolving global needs. Also the Dept. aims at creating top quality successful and sustainable programs and curricula for the students to address the emerging educational challenges and market demands.
• To provide outstanding education and research training to the students for their productive careers in industry, academia and government
.• To provide a learning environment that promotes excellence and innovation, ethical practice and responsibility towards society.
• To prepare the students to practice their professions competently to meet the ever-changing needs of society and to continue learning their discipline, allowing them to move into other related fields.
• To promote active learning, critical thinking, and engineering judgement coupled with business and entrepreneurial skills.
Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) of ISE
1. Graduates must gain both theoretical and practical knowledge to identify, formulate & solve challenges in Information Science & Engineering problems.
2. Graduates must work productively as Information Science Engineers, including supportive and leadership roles on multidisciplinary teams.
3. Graduates must communicate effectively, recognize and incorporate societal needs and constraints in their professional endeavors, and practice their profession with high regard to legal and ethical responsibilities.
4. Graduates must engage in life-long learning, such as graduate study, to remain current in their profession and be leaders in our technological society.
BE (ISE) Engineering Program students must attain the following outcomes at the end of the course.
a. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering
b. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
c. An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacture ability and sustainability
d. An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e. An ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems
f. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility
g. An ability to communicate effectively
h. The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic environmental and societal context.
i. A recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in lifelong learning
j. A knowledge of contemporary issues
k. An ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
l. An ability to strengthen the knowledge and understanding in the areas of computer networking and software engineering.
The department also trains students in software development skills by assigning various projects on emerging technologies to meet the industry requirements in the pre-final and final year courses.
The department of Information Science & Engineering encourages students to participate in curricular and co-curricular activities. Versatile Information Science Technical Aspirants(VISTA) is a student association through which students can interact with industries and institutions. Seminars and guest lectures from eminent personalities on topics of cutting edge technology have been organised through VISTA. Students are encouraged to publish research papers in journals and present the same at conferences. The department has won several prizes in project exhibitions held at the State as well as National level.
|Names||Designation||Area of Interest|
|Dr. Balasubramani R||Professor||Software Engineering, Computer Networks, Image Processing|
|Dr. Neelima B||Professor/HOD||High Performance Computing, Compiler Optimizations, Cryptography and Networks, GPU Computing|
|Mr. Karthik Pai B H||Asso. Professor||Software Engineering, Operating Systems|
|Mrs. Ashwini B||Asso. Professor||Database Management Systems, Programming Languages|
|Mr. Vasudev Pai||Asst.Professor, Gd II||Computer Networks, Compiler Design|
|Mr. Pranesh V Kallapur||Asst.Professor, Gd II||Computer Networks, Finite Automata & Formal Languages|
|Mrs. Deepa J Shetty||Asst.Professor, Gd II||Data Structures & Algorithms , Software Engineering|
|Mr. Devidas Bhat||Asst.Professor, Gd II||Programming Languages, Database Management Systems|
|Mrs. Rashmi Naveen||Asst.Professor, Gd II||Computer Architecture, Database Management Systems||Mr. Rakesh Joshi U||Asst.Professor, Gd II||Computer Architecture, Operating Systems|
|Mrs. Manasa S||Asst.Professor, Gd II||Data Structures & Algorithms, Database Management Systems|
|Mr. Jason Elroy Martis||Asst. Professor, Gd II||Programming Languages, Computer Graphics|
|Ms. Chinmai Shetty||Asst. Professor, Gd II||Data Structures, Networks, Operating System, Web Design|
|Mr. Abhir Bhandary||Asst.Professor, Gd I||Operating Systems|
|Mr. Srikanth Bhat K||Asst. Professor, Gd.I||Database Management Systems, Discrete Mathematical Structures|