Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science

Computer Science & Engineering Department

The Department of Computer Science & Engineering, established in 1986, offers UG, PG and research (leading to M.Sc. and Ph.D.) programs. The Department practices outcome-based education since 2014. 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 conducts 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. From the year 2022-23 M.Tech program is under Nitte University.

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Vision

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.


Mission

  • 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 the 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 Mathematical Concepts: 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 the software industry or Research & Development activities in the discipline.
  • SEMESTER 3
  • PROGRAMMING WITH C++
  • DIGITAL SYSTEMS DESIGN
  • DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
  • COMPUTER ORGANIZATION & ARCHITECTURE
  • DATA STRUCTURES
  • DATA COMMUNICATIONS
  • SEMESTER 4
  • LINEAR ALGEBRA & PROBABILITY THEORY
  • DESIGN & ANALYSIS OF ALGORITHMS
  • PYTHON PROGRAMMING
  • PRINCIPLES & PRACTICES OF SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
  • MICROPROCESSORS & PERIPHERALS
  • ENHANCING SELF COMPETENCE
  • SEMESTER 5
  • PROGRAMMING IN JAVA
  • DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
  • OPERATING SYSTEMS
  • ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT
  • ELECTIVE - I
  • EMPLOYABILITY SKILL DEVELOPMENT - I
  • PROGRAMMING IN JAVA LAB
  • DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS LAB
  • OPERATING SYSTEMS LAB
  • SEMESTER 6
  • MACHINE LEARNING
  • COMPUTER NETWORKS
  • COMPUTER GRAPHICS
  • FORMAL LANGUAGES AND AUTOMATA THEORY
  • ELECTIVE - II
  • ELECTIVE - III
  • EMPLOYABILITY SKILL DEVELOPMENT- II
  • MACHINE LEARNING LAB
  • COMPUTER NETWORKS LAB
  • COMPUTER GRAPHICS LAB
  • SEMESTER 7
  • SOFTWARE TESTING
  • COMPILER DESIGN
  • ELECTIVE - IV
  • ELECTIVE - V
  • OPEN ELECTIVE - I
  • PROJECT - PHASE I
  • SEMINAR
  • SOFTWARE TESTING LAB
  • COMPILER DESING LAB
  • SEMESTER 8
  • ELECTIVE - VI
  • OPEN ELECTIVE - II
  • PROJECT PHASE - II
  • INTERNSHIP

Duration : 4 years (8 Semesters)

Intake : 180 Students

Facilities

Major Laboratories

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

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Major Equipment

CISC Server, Boston AI/Deep Learning Server, C-Dell Optiplex 3050 Mini Tower

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Computers and Software

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

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  • Boston Artificial Intelligence / Deep Learning Server with 2xP100 12GB GPU, 128GB (8 no x 16GB) DDR4 ECC Reg. 2400MHz DIMM, 1x Intel Xeon E5-2609V4 8C 1.7GHz 20M 6.4GT/s, 2 no x NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPU – 12GB.
  • 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.
  • C-Dell Optiplex 3050 Mini Tower 16GB RAM, 1TB Hard Disk, IntelCore-i5 Processor 3.40GHz, Dell USB Mouse and Keyboard
  • Modernization of IOT/Artifcial Intelligence Lab
  • AICTE, New Delhi has provided a grant in aid of Rs 5,21,569.00/- for modernizing the the IOT/Artificial Intelligence Lab during the year 2020-2021. Dr.Aravinda C.V , Associate Professor, Dept of CSE is the coordinator of this project. Dr. Jyothi Shetty, Professor and Head, Dept of CSE is Co-Coordinator of this project.

  • Modernization of IOT/Embedded Systems Lab
  • An amount of Rs 3,75,000/- has been funded by AICTE, New Delhi towards the modernization of the IOT/Embedded Systems Lab. Dr.D.K. Sreekantha, Professor, Dept of CSE is the coordinator of this project. Dr. Jyothi Shetty, Professor and Head, Dept of CSE is Co-Coordinator of this project.

System Configuration

  • HP PRO Desk 600 G6 Micro tower PC, Intel ® Core i5 – 10500, 3.1 GHz, intel Q470 chipset motherboard, with 1*8GB DDR4 2666 memory, 1TB 7200 RPM 2.55” HDD, 2*M2SSD, USB KBD, Mouse, 20” TFT Monitor. - 05Nos.
  • Dell OptiPlex 3050 Mini Tower 16GB RAM 1TB Hard Disk IntelCore-i5 Processor 3.40GHz ,Dell USB Mouse and Keyboard. - 06Nos.
  • Operating System:Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS/18.04.5,Windows 10 PRO,Windows 10 – 64bit.
  • Installed Software: - Code:blocks, VS2019, Sql server 2019 client ,Python3, Idle3, GCC, lex, yacc, java, LibreOffice, OpenGL, VScode, Android Studio, Eclipse 2019, ns2,Gimp. MAT Lab R20201a.
  • LENOVO Thinkstation P720-30BBS9RA00
  • Tower high Performance computing system- SERVER - MODROBS

    System Space Processor: Intel Xeon Tm Silver 4114 Processor. CPU Memory: 16GB DDR4 2666 Mhz

    Hard Drive Selection: 1TB hard Drive, 7200 RPM 3.5”, SATA3.

    Keyboard: PS/2 Traditional Keyboard.

    Pointing Device: USB calliope, Mouse.

    Lenovo Monitor 19.5 with HDMI Connectivity & VGA. - 01No.

  • LENOVO P350 WORKSTATION Tower High Performance computing system
  • IntelCOREi710700,8c,16MBCache,2.9GHzupto4.8GHz,8GB+8GBDDR4RAM,1TB_HardDisk_7200RPM,Keyborad & Mouse,Integrated Graphics.Lenovo Monitor 19.5 with HDMI Connectvity & VGA.- 01No.

  • HPE Proliant ML350 Gen 10 8SFF CTO Server - MODROBS
  • HPE Proliant ML350 Gen10 4208FIO KIT 4*1GbE,

    HPE 16GB 1R*4 PC4-2933Y-R SMART KIT,

    HPE 800W FS Plat Hot Plug LH Power Supply KIT,

    HPE 96W Smart Storage Battery 260mm cbl

    ML350 Gen10 SFF AROC Cable KIT

    Redon Ant Fan Cage KIT, HPE 1.2TB SAS 10k SFF SC DS HDD. - 01No.

    Operating System:Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS/18.04.5,Windows 10 PRO,Windows 10 – 64bit.

    Total No. of Computers:14

Ph.D.’s Awarded in NMAMIT Research Center

Sl. No. Name Research Topic Guide Date of Registration Awarded Year
1 Dr. Ashok Kumar A An Auction Based router for 3D FPGA 2011
2 Dr.Yuvaraju B. N Performance Evaluation and Enhancing Protocol performance in MANETS Dr. Niranjan N Chiplunkar 2012
3 Dr. Sumathi Discovery and integration of Web Services Using Data Mining Techniques Dr. Niranjan N Chiplunkar 04 October 2012 2017
4 Dr. Manjunath Kotari Formulation of a frame work for security mechanisms in the context of adaptive distributed systems Dr. Niranjan N Chiplunkar and Dr. Nagesh H R 09 December 2012 2018
5 Dr. Karthik Pai Mitigation and Performance Evaluation of Various DDoS Attacks under Collabrative Environment Dr. Niranjan N Chiplunkar 01 January 2011 2018
6 Dr. Venugopala P. S. Digital Video Watermarking for Mobile – cost effective approaches Dr. H Sarojadevi and Dr. Niranjan N Chiplunkar 24 December 2010 2018
7 Dr. Prasanna Kumar H. S. Issues and Mechanism in Cryptography to Strengthen the Network security Dr. Niranjan N Chiplunkar 15 November 2010 2018
8 Dr. Prashant G. Desai Conversational Software in artificial Intelligence Dr. H Sarojadevi and Dr. Niranjan N Chiplunkar 24 December 2010 2019
9 Dr. Anisha P Rodrigues Big Data Sentiment Analysis Dr. Niranjan N Chiplunkar 27 November 2015 2020
10 Dr. Mamatha Balipa Automatic Consolidation of Online Healthcare Solutions Dr. Balasubramani R 01 March 2014 2020
11 Dr. Dhanjaya Information security over cloud computing using holomorphic scheme Dr. Balasubramani R 29 February 2016 2020
12 Dr. Mangala G Automatic Identification & Classification of Micro- Organisms Using Image Processing Dr. Balasubramani R 01 March 2014 2021
13 Dr. Radhakrishna Minimization of time complexity and increasing resistivity for the attacks of cipher systems based on parallel processing Dr. Ganesh Aithal and Dr. Surendra Shetty 04 May 2015 2021
14 Dr. Jason Elroy Martin A Dererministic approach for mood estimation using real time data Dr.Balasubramani R 01 January 2015 2021
15 Dr. Shabari Shedthi B Analysis of Agricultural Diseased Data by Using Machine Learning Techniques Dr. M Siddappa and Dr. Surendra Shetty 08 January 2016 2021
16 Dr. Raghunandan K R Adaptive Public Key Cipher System Based on Table Driven Method for Cryptographic Algorithm. Dr.Ganes Aithal And Dr. Surendra Shetty 25 January 2017 2022
17 Dr. Pallavi Shetty Leaf Characteristics analysis for Identification and Classification of Hibiscus Plant Using Image Processing Technique Dr.Balasubramani R 24 January 2015 2022
18 Dr. Raju Performance Improvement Techniques for CPU-GPU Heterogeneous Computing Dr. Niranjan N.Chiplunkar 19 October 2013 2022

Pursuing Ph.D. in NMAMIT Research Center

Sl. No. Name Dept./College Research Topic Guide Date of Registration Status
1 Mr. Harsha S Software developer Bangalore Efficient Multimedia Processing Over Embedded Devices Using Varies Power Saving Techniques Dr. Balasubramani R 01 March 2014 Final viva Completed
2 Mr. Sharath Yaji Full Time Perceiving of Safe Big Data Analytics by Preserving Privacy Issues Dr.Neelima 01 February 2016 Thesis Submitted
3 Mr. Ranjan Kumar H S NMAMIT Group Key Generation and Distribution Based on Hybrid Protocol using Number Theory Concepts. Dr.Ganesh Aithal And Dr. Surendra Shetty 25 January 2017 Comprehensive viva completed
4 Ms. Savitha NMAMIT Design and development of knowledge base from clinical documents using artificial intelligence techniques. Dr. Sarika Hegde 22 May 2017 Comprehensive viva completed
5 Mr. Devidas NMAMIT An Approach using Data Mining for Weather Prediction and Soil Classification for Udupi District farmers using ICT. Dr.Balasubramami R 23 May 2017 Comprehensive viva completed
6 Mrs. Chaitra S N FULL TIME Real Time Monitoring and Reinforcement of the QOS in IOT Domain Dr. D K Sreekantha CSE, NMAMIT, Nitte & Dr. Sairam ECE NMAMIT, Nitte 29 December 2017 Comprehensive viva completed
7 Mrs. Saritha NMAMIT Development of natural language dialogue system for Kannada language in healthcare domain. Dr. Sarika Hegde 22 May 2017 Comprehensive viva completed
8 Mr. Mahendra Shridhar Naik PESIT A Virtualized Architectual Appraoch Towardsw Software Defined Internet of Things Dr. D K Sreekantha CSE, NMAMIT, Nitte & Dr. Sairam ECE NMAMIT, Nitte 06 February 2018 Course work completed
9 Mr. Nithin Kurup U G Viveknanda College of Engineering Design and Development of Context Sensitive Biometric Security Mechanisms at the Edge Devices in IoT Business Domain Dr. D K Sreekantha CSE, NMAMIT, Nitte. 18 July 2019 Course work completed
10 Mr. Narayana Sukumar Software industry Image denoising in the compressed domain Dr. D K Sreekantha 2018 Registered
11 Mrs. Manasa G R NMAMIT Detection and classification of pulp chamber classifications based on medical data through image processing and machine learning techniques Dr. Venugopal P S 31 December 2021 Registered
12 Mr. Vasudev Pai NMAMIT Controller Placement Optimization for Software Defined Wide Area Network Dr. Karthik Pai 31 December 2021 Registered
13 Mrs. Nikitha Sourabh NMAMIT Cluster Quality Improvement Techniques Dr. Jyothi Shetty 31 December 2021 Registered
14 Mr. Srikanth Bhat NMAMIT Network Security Dr. Usha Divakarla 31 December 2021 Registered
15 Mr. Abhishek S Rao NMAMIT Scroing System for Predicting Mortality in acute febrile illness with low platelet count Dr. Karthik Pai 31 December 2021 Registered
16 Ms. Pratheeksha Hegde NMAMIT An approach to design a cryptographic framework for blockchain technology based systems Dr. Sudeepa K B 31 December 2021 Registered
17 Mr. Balaji N NMAMIT Weather Prediction Analysis Using Artificial Intelligence Model Dr. Roshan Fernandes 31 December 2021 Registered
18 Mrs. Aishwaraya D Shetty NMAMIT Generation of Unsupervised Image captions using Deep learning methods Dr. Jyothi Shetty 31 December 2021 Registered
19 Mrs. Alaka Ananth NMAMIT Text Summarization of Kannada Documents Dr. Venugopal P S 31 December 2021 Registered
20 Mrs. Priya George A St. Aloysius College Real-Time Emotion Detection System for Multimedia Data using Machine Learning, Deep Learning and Big Data Analytic Techniques Dr. Roshan Fernandes 31 December 2021 Registered
21 Ms. Smitha Yenepoya Institute of Technology Automatic Speech Recognition System for Kannada Language Dr. Sarika Hegde 31 December 2021 Registered
22 Mrs. Shilpa Shetty A A.J. Institute of Technology, Mangalore Designing a lightweight cryptographic algorithm for IoT Applications Dr. Sudeepa K B 31 December 2021 Registered
23 Mr. Sandeep Kumar S MITE, Mangalore An Effective Approach to Improve Sericulture using advanced image processing and Machine Learning Techniques Dr. Usha Divakarla 31 December 2021 Registered
Center of Innovation for studies on Automatic Natural Language Processing and Speech Disorder Problems in Kannada Language

The two year project granted during 2016-17 to Dr. Surendra Shetty, Professor and Head, Department of MCA as the principal investigator and Dr.Sarika Hedge, Associate Professor, Department of CSE as the co-principal investigator was sanctioned Rs 20 lakhs in the year 2017-18. The project was successfully completed within the stipulated duration and has been instrumental in establishing “Centre of innovation for studies on Automatic Natural Language Processing and Speech Disorder Problems in Kannada Language” using the equipments purchased during 1st phase of KFIST-L1.

Members

  • Dr. Shabari Shedthi B, Assistant Professor, CSE Department , NMAMIT Nitte
  • Mrs. Savitha Shetty, Assistant Professor, CSE Department , NMAMIT Nitte
  • Mrs. Saritha Shetty, Assistant Professor, MCA Department , NMAMIT Nitte

Activities

Phase I - 1st year -- The main research work carried out are:

  • Study on Automatic Speech Therapy System for Patients
  • A Survey on Machine Learning Approaches for Automatic Detection of Voice Disorders
  • Development of Automatic Voice Disorder Detection System using MFCC and SVM
  • Automatic Speech Therapy For Kids Using Frequency Comparison
  • Transliteration of text input from Kannada to Braille and vice versa
  • English Transliteration of Kannada words with Anusvara and Visarga

Phase II - 2nd year

  • A noise free recording room with necessary equipments has been established which can be used for recording sounds and generate the dataset and develop products as needed by the experiment

Publications

  • Shetty, Saritha, Savitha Shetty, Sarika Hegde, and Karuna Pandit. "Transliteration of text input from Kannada to Braille and vice versa." In 2019 IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing, VLSI, Electrical Circuits and Robotics (DISCOVER), pp. 1-4. IEEE, 2019.
  • Shetty, Savitha, Saritha Shetty, Sarika Hegde, and Karuna Pandit. "English Transliteration of Kannada Words with Anusvara and Visarga." In Advances in Artificial Intelligence and Data Engineering, pp. 349-361. Springer, Singapore, 2021.

Outside view of the Center of Innovation for studies on Automatic Natural Language Processing and Speech Disorder Problems in Kannada Language

Inside the lab

Ninada, VGST sponsored Acoustic Room

Inside view of Ninada

Recording facility inside Ninada

Dr. Aravinda C V, Associate Professor, and a student Mr. Amar Prabhu, of the Department of CSE carried out a collaborative research work on “Ancient Asian Character Recognition” with Dr. Lin Meng, Associate Professor, Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering from 5 January - 31 March 2020 at Intelligent - High Performance Computing Lab located in Ristumeikan University, Japan. The research work was carried out based on the two types of character recognition, i.e., Oracle Bone Inscriptions and Kuzushi Character Recognition with an objective to preserve these cultural heritages by understanding the ancient characters and unlock the potential knowledge. The research work was carried out on high performance processor architectures available in the Intelligent-High Performance Computing Lab of Ritsumeikan University, Japan and it encompassed various domains like image processing, machine learning, deep learning, database, and visualization.

High Performance Computing Research Lab

Receiving the Fellowship Certificate from Dr Lin Meng at IHPC Research Lab

Receiving the Internship Certificate from Dr Lin Meng at IHPC Research Lab

  • Duration - 4 years
  • Semester - 08
  • Intake - 180 Students

M.Tech in Computer Science & Engineering,started in the academic year 2003-04 aims to empower students with recent developments and advanced knowledge in various frontier areas of computer science and engineering. Students are provided with options to concentrate on specializing in one or more streams within computer science from the first semester with elective courses. During the beginning of first semester, students are mentored to identify, formulate, review, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems in the broad domain of computer science.

  • SEMESTER 1
  • ADVANCED ALGORITHMS
  • WIRELESS NETWORKS
  • ELECTIVE-I
  • ELECTIVE-II
  • ELECTIVE-III
  • RESEARCH EXPERIENCE THROUGH PRACTICE-I
  • SEMESTER 2
  • PARALLEL COMPUTING ARCHITECTURE
  • MACHINE LEARNING
  • ELECTIVE-IV
  • ELECTIVE-V
  • ELECTIVE-VI
  • RESEARCH EXPERIENCE THROUGH PRACTICE-II
  • SEMINAR ON SPECIAL TOPIC
  • SEMESTER 3
  • INDUSTRIAL TRAINING/ MINI PROJECT/ CERTIFICATION EXAM
  • SEMINAR
  • PROJECT PART- I (PROBLEM STATEMENT, LITERATURE SURVEY, INITIAL DESIGN )
  • SEMESTER 4
  • PROJECT PART II (PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION, TESTING AND REPORT SUBMISSION)
  • PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE COURSES
  • DOMAIN - I (ARCHITECTURE, COMPILERS, ALGORITHMS, EMBEDDED SYSTEMS
  • CLOUD COMPUTING ARCHITECTURE AND IMPLEMENTATION
  • COMPILER OPTIMIZATION & MULTI-CORE ARCHITECTURE
  • GENERAL PURPOSE COMPUTATION ON GPU
  • DESIGN THINKING
    DOMAIN - II (INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS & ANALYTICS)
  • ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
  • BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE
  • ADVANCES IN COMPUTER VISION
  • BIG DATA ANALYTICS
  • NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING
  • DEEP LEARNING
    DOMAIN - III (NETWORKS & SECURITY)
  • CRYPTOGRAPHY & NETWORK SECURITY
  • ANALYSIS OF COMPUTER NETWORKS
  • SOCIAL AND WEB ANALYTICS
  • CYBER SECURITY & FORENSICS
  • INFORMATION THEORY & CODING
  • DISTRIBUTED OPERATING SYSTEMS

Computer Science & Engineering department is an established Research Centre of VTU Belagavi since 2007 offering Ph.D programmes both Part-Time and Full-Time. From the year 2022-23 Ph.D degree is awarded by Nitte University. Admission to the full-time doctoral programme follows a rigorous process of test and interview.

Active areas of research in the Department

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

Placements & Higher Studies

Major Initiatives / Measures

Placement coordination team of the Department of Computer Science & Engineering takes the following measures towards campus placements:

  • Problem Solving Skills - Finding creative solutions for complex issues through HackerEarth that has 1000+ hackathons and 10,000+ programming challenges to date. Further through HackerRank a technology company that focuses on competitive programming challenges for both consumers and businesses (including Java, C++, PHP, Python, SQL, JavaScript).
  • Regular industry interactions to help students in career development, developing leadership qualities and make them aware of actual industry functioning prior to the placement drive.
  • Quality student workshops with resource persons from industries through Professional Societies.
  • The team Visits industries and invites new companies for recruitment in coordination with Placement Department of the institute. Number of core companies has significantly increased in the past few years.
  • Encourages students to take part in hackathons organized by various companies.
  • Assists students of other branches to learn programming skills through special classes on programming in coordination with Placement Department.
  • Facilitates alumni-institue interaction to connect to new companies.
  • Assists in project-based learning (PBL) to improve programming skills.
  • Arranges Special technical sessions required for specific core companies. For example, our faculty have trained the students on Network Security for the students aspiring placements in Sony India Pvt Ltd.

In addition to the above, the Department ensures the following

  • Ability to gain new skills faster – through curriculum and professional societies
  • Introducing industry courses in the curriculum as and when changes occur in technology.
  • Encouraging students towards working on real-time projects.
  • Exposure to the current technological developments relevant to the subject area of training.
  • Opportunity to practice communication and teamwork skills during pre-final year through Project-based learning (PBL).
  • Introducing research culture in our students who are interested in higher studies.

Core Companies

Following is the list of core companies from India and Japan visiting NMAMIT, Nitte for placements to the students of the Department of Computer Science & Engineering:

1. Indian Core Companies: • NUTANIX, IBM India Software Labs, MScripts, VMWare, Informatica, Oracle managed cloud services, Siemens Healthcare, Mercedes Benz, Juniper Networks India Pvt Ltd, Robert Bosch, Walmart Labs, Robosoft Technologies, YMedia Labs, ACI Worldwide Solutions Pvt Ltd, Analytics Quotient, Semnox Solutions, 99Games Pvt Ltd, Sony India Software Centre Private Limited, Hashedin Technologies, TEKsystems Global Services Private Limited, Avysh, CGI, Exito media concepts Pvt Ltd, Faurecia, SLK Software, Attra Infotech, Netskope, Allegion India Pvt Ltd, Gobal Delight, Medici Technologies Pvt Ltd, Brillio, Invenger Technologies, SpurTree Technologies, Rubik India Private Limited, EVIVE Software Analytics Pvt. Ltd., Loco, Trescon, Niveus Solutions (36 core companies)

2. Japanese Companies

  1. Nidec-Read
  2. AIBOD
  3. Kobayashi create
  4. Yokogawa Electric
  5. Komatsu Kaihatsu Corp

About CSI

The Computer Society of India(CSI), started in the institute in the year 2007, 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 overall personality development by providing hands on workshops to educate students in latest trends. The theoretical knowledge obtained in the classes is used for the implementation, hence providing the practical knowledge to all. Technical talks are arranged to keep students updated about the recent technologies. Every possible attempt is made to equip students with the best of technical knowledge to mould them into a perfect engineer.

CSI Website

Awards

Computer Society of India (CSI), India’s largest and oldest body of information technology professionals, has instituted national awards for individuals and organizations with significant contribution to the IT community. During the 53rd Annual CSI Convention - 2020 held at KIIT University, Bhubaneshwar, Odissa, during 16th - 18th January 2020, NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte was awarded with prestigious " Best Accredited Student Branch Award " and “Largest Student Branch Award” for contributions made during 2017-2019. Dr. Udaya Kumar K Shenoy, Professor, Dept. of CSE and Senior Life Member of CSI and Dr. Sharada U Shenoy, Associate Professor, Dept. of CSE and NMAMIT CSI Student Branch Counsellor received the awards in the presence of Dr. Achuytananda Samanta, MP, Founder KIIT & KISS, Dr. Gulsan Rai, Cyber Security Adviser, PMO, Dr. Mike Hinchy, President of IFIP, Prof. K K Aggarwal, Chairman, NBA, Sri Rajiv Kumar, Member Secretary, AICTE, Dr. R. K. Vyas, CSI Chairman Elect and other dignitaries.

The selection for the Best Chapters awards and Best Student Branch awards are based on the last three years' performance and activities among nearly 400 institutions. With more than 700 membership count, CSI Student Branch at NMAM Institute of Technology has conducted more than hundred technical events including conferences, workshops, technical talks, seminars, quizzes, paper presentations and various competitions for engineering students in last three years.

Dr . Sharada U Shenoy, the CSI Student Branch Counsellor at NMAMIT bagged "Longest Continuous Student Branch Counsellor award" for the year 2017-19, for her contributions towards CSI activities at the Institute.

During the 53rd Annual Convention with the theme “Digital Democracy- IT for Change” many technical sessions and panel discussions were held in which industry experts, educationists, government officials participated and provided the digital road-map of India. Dr. Gulsan Rai, Cyber Security Adviser, PMO, Prof. K K Aggarwal, Chairman, NBA, Sri Rajiv Kumar, Member Secretary, AICTE, Sri Tarun Vijay, Chairman NMA, Sri Vineeth Goenka, Governing Council Member, CRIS, Dr. S.K. Sahoo, Director MSME, GOI, Dr. Sudhanshu Sarangi, Police Commissioner, Odisha, Dr Subash Pani, IAS, Dr. L.M. Patnaik, IISc. were among them.

This is the consecutive third year that NMAMIT, Nitte Student Branch has received "Best Accredited Student Branch Award" and "Longest Continuous SBC award".

Dr. Sharada U Shenoy, receiving the honour “Longest Continuous SBC Award” in 53nd Annual Convention at KIIT University, Bhubaneshwar on 18 January 2020

Dr. Udaya Kumar K Shenoy and Dr. Sharada U Shenoy, receiving the honour “Best Accredited Student Branch Award” and “Largest Student Branch Award” in 53nd Annual Convention at KIIT University, Bhubaneshwar on 18 January 2020

About ACM

ACM brings together computing educators, researchers, and professionals to inspire dialogue, share resources, and address the field's challenges. As the world’s largest computing society, ACM strengthens the profession's collective voice through strong leadership, promotion of the highest standards, and recognition of technical excellence. ACM supports the professional growth of its members by providing opportunities for life‐long learning, career development, and professional networking.

Founded at the dawn of the computer age, ACM’s reach extends to every part of the globe, with more than half of its nearly 100,000 members residing outside the U.S. Its growing membership has led to Councils in Europe, India, and China, fostering networking opportunities that strengthen ties within and across countries and technical communities. Their actions enhance ACM’s ability to raise awareness of computing’s important technical, educational, and social issues around the world.

About ACM Student Chapter

Student Chapters provide unique opportunities for networking, mentoring and bonding over common interests. They provide support both within the student community and to local communities outside the institution.

NMAMIT ACM Student Chapter

Started in May 2015, NMAMIT ACM is actively conducts various technical and professional events like workshops, trainings, coding competitions, paper presentations, symposium, industry visits etc.

About The Club

The Institution of Engineers (India), a national organization of engineers in India has more than a 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. Established in 1920 in Kolkata it is acclaimed to have pioneered non-formal education in engineering. The Institution of Engineers (India) conducts an examination of its associate membership which is considered to be one part 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. NMAMIT has Institution of Engineers (India) students’ chapter for all the branches with About 1500 student members. This chapter has been conducting branch level, Institution level and intercollegiate level technical programs.

About ACE

The Association of Computer Engineers (ACE), a club in NMAMIT Nitte, has been formed by the students of Computer Science and Engineering with an objective ofcreating a platform for students to participate in co-curricular activities and 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 the class room. Since its inception, the association is engaged in many events. The main such events are mentioned below:

  • Organizing 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

About Finite Loop

Year of Inception : 2016 – 2017

Faculty coordinators : 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

List of MoUs

Sl. No. Organization Document type Outcome Expiry Date
1

IBM Corporation

MoU

  • Assists with development and curriculum improvement
  • Opportunity for faculties and students to explore and experiment educational resource and quantam device through IBM Q Experience
  • Access to Hyperledger Project with IBM.
  • Hackathon, workshop and bootcamp with IBM
Ongoing
2 Ritsumeikan University, Japan

MoU

  • Enhance Education and Research in Nitte University and Ritsumeikan University
  • Masters level student exchange program
  • Joint research projects
20 August 2026
3

Sorting Hat Technologies Private Limited, Bangalore

MoU

  • Helps student to undertake curriculum related project across various domain
  • One year free access to code chief for faculty and students.
23 December 2022
4 Fiabilite Network Solutions Private Limited, Bengaluru

MoU

  • Skill development programs in the areas of Electronics & Telecommunications, Information Technology, IOT and Smart City
  • Workshops / virtual corporate programs to the students
  • Job-oriented certification courses to the students
  • Placement assistance
  • Curriculum development
  • Guest lectures / seminars
  • Joint workshops / seminars
  • Joint research projects
  • Joint publication of research papers
  • Setup Centre of Excellence
11 October 2022
5

Lamina Suspension Products Limited, Mangalore

MoU

  • Industrial Visits
  • Industrial training / internship for the students
  • Industrial projects for the students
  • Guest lectures / seminars by the industry
  • Campus recruitment
  • Consultancy projects
29 April 2022
6 Dlithe Consultancy Service Pvt Ltd
N0.3 1st Floor,6th Block, BSK 3rd Stage,
Kathriguppe Main Road , Bangalore -560085

MoU

  • Industrial visits for faculties and students of NMAMIT
  • Jointly conduct Workshop, FDP and Seminar.
  • Guest lectures / seminars by the industry
  • Helps student to undertake curriculum related project work and internship
  • Helps in designing CSE curriculum as per Industrial requirement.
  • Faculty of CSE NMAMIT and Dlithe employee can jointly publish research paper.
01 July 2022
7 Krishitantra,
KLONEE AUTOMATION SYSTEMS PRIVATE LIMITED,
Pangala, Udupi, Karnataka.576122

MoU

  • Industrial visits for selected faculties and students of NMAMIT
  • Guest lectures / seminars by identified employees of Krishitantra on emerging information technology
  • Helps student to undertake curriculum related project work and internship
06 July 2023
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