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Computer Science & Engineering

Department of Computer Science and Engineering was established in the year 2008 with an intake of 60 and has enhanced to 120 from academic year 2012-13. Department of Computer Science & Engineering was accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA), New Delhi from 01-07-2019 to 30-06-2022 for the period of 3 years. The Post Graduate course, MTech in Computer Science and Engineering has introduced from academic year 2012-13 with an intake of 18 students. Department of Computer Science & Engineering was recognized as a Research Centre of VTU in the year 2018-19. Departmental staff community consists of 24 full-time faculty with 3 Ph.D Qualifications, 21 M.Tech qualifications and 5 faculty members pursuing Ph.D.

Studying at the Alva’s brought an added value to my life

Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology is a place of learning, culture, literature and many such life preaching activities. Studying at the Alva’s brought an added value to my life. It gave me an opportunity to meet different kinds of people and learn a number of things. I have received great support from faculties. I am thankful to the Faculty(CSE department, cultural committees and other supporting committees) and management team for the support and encouragement.

Manoj Aithal, Sr Software Engineer
NICHI-IN SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS PVT LTD, Bangalore

I am so grateful to the faculty members and administration

My almameter, AIET has truly transformed me to a confident professional who can stand tall in this cut throat competitive world. The college also focuses on workshops, expert talks and other events to help students widen their horizon beyond the academics. I am so grateful to the faculty members and administration for being so supportive and to bring out the best in me.

Ashika S Shetty
Genpact, Bangalore

“Dream Different” that is one thing that AIET urges

“Dream Different” that is one thing that AIET urges in and to far extent succeed in teaching to its students which invariably helps to achieve what you need. It nourished me and thus gave me an opportunity to define me. “Amazing Dreams Deserves Amazing Department”. I didn’t make a million dollars before graduation however I earned million lessons throughout my journey with CSE Department while in AIET.

Moreover a real dream always starts from the department I thank my CSE department and its faculty members for encouraging me to think globally and spread my wings to take off for the land of rising sun.

Muhammad Aslam, Managing Director
AlKidhma Group -QATAR-INDIA

The years spent here have been full of learning opportunities

My 4 years at AIET have been excellent specially with our department CSE. The years spent here have been full of learning opportunities that were full of fun and frolic.

Wilma
Healthbay Day Surgery Center, Dubai

My lecturers and the department paved way to my journey for converting my dreams into reality

My lecturers and the department paved way to my journey for converting my dreams into reality. They were ever helpful and kind in guiding me with all my hardships and appreciated me for my achievements.

Aditya M Naik, Sitecore Developer
Valtech, Bangalore

It was the best two years of my student life which was filled with lots of great memories during my M.Tech

It was the best two years of my student life which was filled with lots of great memories during my M.Tech. The CSE faculty members were knowledgeable and helped us learn the fundamentals of technologies like cloud, data mining, etc. It was great to witness the culture of South Canara region in the department and I thoroughly enjoyed the company of my awesome friends.

Arjun A J, Senior Software Engineer
Lead Squared, Bengaluru

Alva’s is a place where students get exposure to both technical and non-technical activities

Alva’s is a place where students get exposure to both technical and non-technical activities. AIET is a college where we wakeup everyday with lots of opportunity to develop ourselves. AIET helped me in achieving what I am Today. CSE department always motivates students to learn new technologies related to industrial trends.

Sannith Shetty, Sr.Softwar Engineer
Ernst & Young

Jack of all Trades for the Tier-2 Students

Jack of all Trades for the Tier-2 Students. It is an amalgamation of Good Infrastructure, Experienced Faculty & great opportunities.  In addition to this, you get a learning atmosphere in the campus with various cultural, entrepreneurial and sports activities through out the year which gives a platform for everyone to achieve their dreams.  It has been my honor to be a graduate of AIET

Basavadarshan G N, Program Manager
Industry Enablement (India & SAARC), UiPath

AIET believes in “Not everyone fits the mold“ approach

AIET believes in “Not everyone fits the mold “approach. From enhancing soft skills to exploring current industry standards the CSE department has always been ahead of traditional approach. Our department has strived to maintain a healthy balance between innovation learning and academic for overall benefits.

Akhilesh Melmani, SDET
Samespace Inc.

Alva’s is a place for all-round development

Alva’s is a place for all-round development where equal importance is given to all the activities a student must go through. My journey in Alva’s helped to gain confidence and also opportunities to find my abilities, realize my potential to achieve what I am today.

Rakesh Choudhary, Sr. Software Engineer
Synopsys

My Time in at Alvas has been a stepping stone towards my carrier and personal growth

My Time in at Alvas has been a stepping stone towards my carrier and personal growth. Both The faculty and management have encouraged and helped me throughout my journey. It has been very interesting and valuable learning experience for me.

Anvitha Jain,
MS in San Jose University, California

Research Laboratories

Research Centre of the CSE department was recognized by Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belagavi during the academic year 2018-19. Department offers a Ph.D Program in Computer Science & Engineering since 2018 comprising of 3 supervisors. The centre provides the research facilities to Faculty as well students through Apple iOS Lab, Envision Lab, Innovation Lab and e-Yantra Robotics Lab.

 

University Year of Recognition Reference Number
VTU 2018-19 VTU/ACA-RES-CEN/A4/2018-19/1633/70
VTU 2019-20

2020-21

VTU/ACA-LIC/2019-20/3181/10

 

The research center emphasis on research under various areas of specializations that includes, Computer Network Security, Mobile Adhoc Networks & Wireless Sensor network, Algorithms & Data Mining and Data Science for the research scholars. The laboratories are well equipped with all kinds of research oriented tools listed below.

 

List of Open Source Research Oriented Tools
Sl. No Name of the Open Source Software Tool
1 NS-3 with Ubuntu OS
2 QtiPlot (Scientfic plotting tool)
3 Python IDLE & C++
4 Objective C
5 LaTex
Sl.No. Data Mining Open source tools
1 RapidMiner
2 WEKA
3 KNIME
4 R-Studio
5 Orange
6 DataMelt
Sl. No Machine learning tools
1 TensorFlow
2 Keras
3 SciKit-Learn
4 Lime

 

Research Activities
  • Special training for the students during vacation on Data Analytics, Machine Learning, Cyber Security etc.
  • Encourage students to take-up research oriented projects in interdisciplinary areas.
  • Motivating students for higher education in this area and to apply for internships and jobs in various industries.

Research Achievements

Ph. D awarded during last three assessment years

Sl. No. Name Year of Completion University
1. Dr.Mahesh Kaluti 2016-17 Modi University
2. Dr. S. Mohideen Badhusha 2016-17 Anna University
2. Dr. Manjunath Kotari 2017-18 V.T.U, Belgavi
3. Dr. Sumith N 2017-18 NITK, Surathkal

 

Details of Ph. D Guides/Supervisor

Sl. No. Name of the guide University
1. Dr. Manjunath Kotari VTU
2. Dr. S. Mohideen Badhusha VTU
3. Dr. Roopalakshmi R VTU

Details of Ccandidates registered in AIET-CSE Research Center

Sl. No Name of the student Date of Registration Current Status Guide Topic of research
1 Mr. Sushant Mangasuli

4AL18PCS01

2018

 

Completed Course Work Dr. S. Mohideen Badhusha An Effective Video Streaming Framework for Disaster Management System Using Manets
2. Ms. Sreelatha R

4AL14PEM01

2014

 

Completed Comprehensive Viva Dr. Roopalaksmi R WSN-based Intelligent Transformation System for Traffic monitoring and management in Urban environments

 

Faculty Registered for Ph.D. in Other Research Centre/Universities

Sl. No. Name of the Research Scholar Registration Date Name of the Other University/Research Centre Completed comprehensive Viva
1 Mr. Chanchal Antony 30-12-2014 SCEM, Mangalore Completed comprehensive Viva
2 Mr. Hemanth Kumar N P 30-12-2014 JNNCE, Shivamogga Course Work in Progress
3 Mr. Vasudev S Shahapur 29-01-2016 KVGCE, Sullia Completed Course Work
4 Mrs. Deeksha M 01-08-2018 NITK, Surathkal Completed comprehensive Viva

 

Research Paper Publications
Sl. No. Assessment Year Number of National / International Journals Number of National / International Conferences Number of Book Chapters
1 2018-19 49 15 2
2 2017-18 16 19 2
3 2016-17 10 13
iOS Apps approved by App Store

 

2019-20
2018-19
2017-18
2019-20

BLOCK CHAIN
 

Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology conducted a two days National Level Workshop on “Blockchain Technologies” for for all external participants from various Departments, organized by Department of Computer Science and Engineering in Association with EMURGO Academics on 27th Sep to 4th Oct 2019.The workshop was inaugurated by the Principal Dr. Peter Fernandes, AIET, Dr. Praveen J Dean (Aca), Prof. Manjunath Kothari, H.O.D, Dept. CSE and all The HODs of various departments and all staff members and student volunteers were also present during the inauguration function and also total 52 participants had been attended in this workshop.

 

Why EMURGO?

  • EMURGO Global is the official commercial and venture arm of the Cardano project, registered in Tokyo since June 2017 and in Singapore since May 2018. Being a pioneer in the space of Blockchain, EMURGO enables pragmatic solutions by leveraging “3rd Generation Blockchain Technology- Cardano”. We work closely in a unique affiliation with IOHK, to promote Cardano’s adoption and growth of its ecosystem, globally by building, investing, and advising projects and organizations that adopt Cardano’s decentralized blockchain ecosystem. With a strong presence in Singapore, New York, and Indonesia; we have now recently set foot in India.
  • EMURGO Academy is a Global Blockchain Learning Solutions entity of EMURGO Global established in Jan 2019 to focus on incubation, Training and evangelising Blockchain to foster deep fundamental understanding of blockchain technology and thus establish an education program to drive practical usage of blockchain technology around the globe.

 

Workshop goals:

 

  • Getting the participants familiar with the blockchain technology and understanding what makes it revolutionary.
  • After the workshop, participants should be able recognize the advantages of the blockchain technology as well as its limitations.
  • Besides that, they should be able to roughly asses how the blockchain technology might be implemented in their company/organization, what benefits it would bring, what challenges would arise and what resources would be needed for the implementation.

 

End of the session collected oral feedback from the Resource person and also from participants for the better enhancement of training programs in future.

Apple iOS App Development using Swift C and XCode

Department of CSE organized Certification Program on “Apple iOS App Development using Swift C Language and XCode”. Mrs. Seema Nair, CEO, CalibreCode Solutions Pvt. Ltd was the Resource Person for the Certification Programme. The resource person Mrs. Seema Nair trained for 30 students of 4th SEM BE CSE, AIET. Mr. Venkatesh Senior Associate Professor, Dept of CSE was the coordinator of this certification course.

 

 

The Certification Programme was conducted in 2 different slots First Phase was conducted 24th February 2020 to 01st March 2020 and Second Phase was planned during May 2020.

 

The students developed the features of Apple iOS App development like image display, and some animations with images, Databases using SQLite, Multi tab Communication, Drawing tables, Multi window communications Network Communications etc during the First Phase of Certification Programme. 

 

 

The following Apple iOS Apps are planned to develop during the Certification period.

 

Team1:

Hospital Daily Monitoring Checklist

4AL18CS014

Bhavya S

4AL18CS005

Ambika V

4AL18CS010

Anvitha H M

4AL18CS019

Churashma

4AL18CS009

Anusha K

4AL18CS028

Jaison Jaideep Lobo

 

 

 

Team2:

Oral Cancer Diagnosis

 

4AL18CS058

Pramod P M

4AL18CS057

Prajwal

4AL18CS092

T K KoushikChinnappa

4AL19CS402

Prasanna Kumar T R

4AL19CS400

Nikhil Kumar

4AL18CS076

Shaikh NumaanImtiyaz

 

 

 

Team3:

Event Management

4AL16CS049

ManibhushanNadendla

4AL18CS013

B A Sohankumar

4AL18CS003

Adarsha N Y

4AL18CS044

LaxminaryanMiskin

4AL18CS008

AnushRatnakar Shetty

4AL18CS026

Ijaz Ibrahim

 

 

 

Team4:

Government Exams – Notifications, Schedule and Reference material

4AL18CS055

Ponica J

4AL18CS061

Prathusha K A

4AL18CS056

Pooja D S

4AL18CS062

PratibhaShetti

4AL18CS069

Raveena C Hulikatti

 

 

 

Team5:

(Voice based Email)

4AL18CS006

Amrutha G

4AL18CS007

Anjali Manohar Prabhu

4AL18CS035

KavoorLatikaVinayak

4AL18CS098

Sudarshan C Shetty

4AL19CS401

PraneetaHandral

4AL19CS403

Ritika Kulkarni

4AL19CS404

Swapna M D

2018-19

Certification Programme 2018-19| Cyber Security

8 days Certification Course on “Cyber Security” was organized from 18th  February 2019 to 25th  February 2019 by Department of CSE, Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Moodbidri, Karnataka with Technical Collaboration of Computer Society of India Student Chapter and Co-Sponsored by Dlithe Bangalore.

The formal inaugural function was graced by the presence of Managing Trustee Sri. Vivek Alva,  Principal Dr Peter Fernandes,  Head of the Department Dr. Manjunath Kotari,  Mr. Arun V Raj Purohith, CEO Dlithe Bangalore, Mr. Deepak Bhatt, Information Security Consultant & Trainer, Infosectrain and CSI Student Branch Counsellor Prof. Harish Kunder.

 

The Resource Person Mr. Deepak Bhatt had given following assignments along with the hands-on training:

  • Students are asked to do a study on IPV4 addressing and to know how to set their kali Linux repository
  • Introduction to Linux File System and Command Line 
  • Different Phases of Hacking
  • Information Discovery
  • Scanning
  • Gaining Access
  • Using Various Methods of Password Cracking
  • Hackathon

On the final day, the hackathon was conducted for all the participants. Following assignments were given.

  • Windows XP hacking ( Get the password key from the SAM FOLDER, also get system access) – 10 min
  • Windows 7 hacking ( Get the password key from the SAM FOLDER) – 20 min
  • Troll 2 Machine Hacking ( Get the root access) – 20 min 
  • Hackademic 1 hacking ( Get the root and key.txt file inside the root) – 30 min 

Mr Deepak (resource person) monitored and judged the students based on their successful completion and time taken to complete

Following were the winners

  1. Priyanka, Sneha( Hacked Windows XP, Windows 7, Hacademics, Troll2 ( Reached half))
  2. Jayaraj ,Druvil ( Hacked Windows XP, Windows 7, Hacademics, Troll2 ( Reached half))
  3. Niharika, Rahul ( Hacked Windows XP, Windows 7, Hacademics )

About  70 CSE students were registered for the course and obtained a Certificate from the Dlithe Bangalore.

Dell EMC- Data Science and Big Data Analytics

Department of CSE organized Certification Program on “Data Science and Big Data Analytics”. The Certification  Programme was held during 3rd September 2018 – 8th September 2018. The inauguration of the programme was held on 3rd Sept 2018 at Engineering Seminar Hall. This Certification programme was held in association with ICT Academy Chennai and Dell-EMC, Bangalore. Mr Dineshkumar Gandhi, Sr. Technical Trainer, ICT Academy, Ms Fareha Hareem Sr. Trainer Dell-EMC and Mr Basavadarshan, ICT Academy Relationship Manager were present during the inauguration.  Mr Vivek Alva, Managing Trustee inaugurated the Certification programme along with Dr Manjunath Kotari, HOD CSE and Resource Persons of the Certification Programme. About 121 CSE students participated and 81 students successfully Completed DELL-EMC Certification Exam.

 

Machine Learning using Python Programming

Department of CSE organized Certification Program on “Machine Learning using Python Programming”. The Certification Programme was held during 27th August 2018 to 1st September 2018. The inauguration of the programme was held on 27th Sept 2018 at Engineering Seminar Hall. This Certification programme was held in association with Dlithe Software, Bangalore. Mr Arun Rajpurohit and Mr N.Sridhar Murthy Dlithe Software were the resource persons of the Certification Programme. About 81 CSE students were participated in this hands-on training session of Machine learning using Python.

Dlithe have assigned the mini projects to the students to practice Python programming, machine learning during their 7th semester. This will help them to keep them abrupt with technology.  Students will also practice an agile way of working. Students have learnt using cloud code repositories such as “GIT HUB” and they will use it during project execution.

 

Dlithe will engage students on a fortnightly basis and do an on-premise review to check the progress. Students are also appraised with Internship report which they must follow and update regularly based on project progress.

The projects belong to the following area: Banking & Finance, Retail, Entertainment / Social Media, Academics, Agriculture

The objective of these project executions is built an application that can increase customer experience and optimize operational excellence.

 

SL#

Problem statement

Batch

Participants

Remarks

1

Postal department in India plays an important role in letter communication. In the digital world, we still see many letters address is handwritten and processing, sorting takes more time. Department would like to have a solution for faster sorting, processing of letters. 

Batch 1

USN: Spoc

4AL15CS113

NIKITHA

The solution can be extended to all courier services companies. Also, explore other applicability of text/image processing

2

The police department and Intelligence Bureau are always finding it difficult to trace thieves, terrorists, rowdy sheeters since they change their appearance and freely roam around. Department would like to nab them using an intelligent system  

Batch2

USN: Spoc

4AL15CS051

Kumaraswamy

 

Usually, the camera is installed and images are stored. Can you make use of this data set and build an AI platform?

3

AIET website is awesome. However, a BOT would add value to increase customer experience and will result in operational excellence. Can you build a BOT for this?

Batch 3

USN: Spoc

4AL15CS048

Use text and voice datasets 

4

The bank is experiencing a huge crowd during festival times. The bank manager is confused to take any decisions as the employees are distributed to serve customers with a defined plan. Can you build a platform to solve this problem?

Batch4

USN:

Use sound decibel device, integrate with Python programming to Analyze the sound patterns and provide a decision-making solution

5

Banks, Financial Institutions, Insurance companies always find it difficult when it comes to cheque processing. The difficult part is to match the signature and often cheques get rejected. On the other side customer experiencing it hard about the returns. Can you build a platform with AI to match the text with the nearest set?

Batch 5

USN: Spoc

4AL15CS022

Chaitra

 

The solution can also be useful for fraud prevention

6

A major retail vendor is introduced many new brands, however, he is confused about the future of these brands and modification needed? Can you analyse the companies twitter tweets or feeds and help them to give some decision?

Batch 6

USN: Spoc

4AL15CS055

Megha

This can be applied to many industry segments

7

AIET can be benefitted more if ALEXA can be integrated with college infrastructure and make it functional to use it during inaugural functions like sports, tech, annual etc

Batch 7

USN: Spoc

4AL15CS040/104

Hema R, Varsha S

 


Pre-Final Year: Below is the assignment to practice during their 5th& 6th Semester

  • Make a web application to predict the customer eligibility for a loan by analyzing the previous data
  • Implement the basic idea of a self-driving car using Open CV and Neural networks
  • Create a web tool to predict the stock market by analyzing previous data
  • Design a chat application to give a suggestion by analyzing the user previous messages
  • Create a home security system by analyzing the patterns of a person moving in the home using OpenCV or sensors
  • Build an application to predict diabetics by analyzing the test report of a patient
  • Develop a system to unlock the door by using facial recognition and facial expression recognition

 

Apple iOS App Development using Swift C and XCode (2018)

Department of CSE organized Certification Program on “Apple iOS App Development using Swift C Language and XCode”. The Certification  Programme was conducted in 2 different slots First Phase was conducted 10-07-2018 to 03-08-2018 and Second Phase was conducted during 24-09-2018 to 06-10-2018. Mrs Seema Nair, CEO, CalibreCode Solutions Pvt. Ltd was the Resource Person for the Certification Programme. The resource person Mrs Seema Nair trained around 25 students of 5th SEM BE CSE, AIET. Mr. Venkatesh Senior Associate Professor, Dept of CSE was the coordinator of this internship program.

The students developed the features of Apple iOS App development like image display, and some animations with images, Databases using SQLite, Multi-tab Communication, Drawing tables, Multi-window communications Network Communications etc during the First Phase of Certification Programme. 

The following Apple iOS Apps were developed during the Certification period.

USN

NAME OF THE STUDENTS

TITLE OF iOS APP DEVELOPPED

4AL16CS010

AMOGHA U

MERGIO

4AL16CS020

BANISH M G

4AL16CS045

KATIRA KRISHNA JITENDRA

4AL16CS128

ROHAN K R

4AL16CS018

ARUNA KUMARI V

YOGA STATION

4AL16CS032

DHANUSH SHETTY

4AL16CS053

MITHUN KUMAR D

4AL16CS088

SHAMANTH M R

4AL16CS129

JYOTHI LAKSHMI C S

4AL16CS009

AMEEN AHMED

FITREAT

4AL16CS079

S K RAHUL

4AL16CS090

SHASHIKANT CHAVAN

4AL16CS093

SHETTY RASIK

4AL16CS097

SHETTY VEEKSHITH

4AL16CS124

VIGNESH M SHETTY

MUSICAL EXPRESS

4AL16CS105

SRUSHTI

4AL16CS110

SUSHMITHA SHET

4AL16CS111

SWATHI V A

4AL16CS017

APOORVA U

CHIRPS

4AL16CS116

VARADA S

4AL16CS132

JAVAHAR S GOUTHAM

4AL16CS005

AISHWARYA J

SAFEZONE

4AL16CS043

K MANASA

4AL16CS056

NAMRATHA C

4AL16CS084

SANNIDHI P

In the above-listed apps, the following apps were published in the Apple App Store and available to the public to freely download.

TITLE OF iOS APP DEVELOPPED

LINK FOR THE APPs IN APP STORE

MERGIO

https://itunes.apple.com/in/app/yogastation/id1439488896?mt=8

YOGA STATION

https://itunes.apple.com/in/app/yogastation/id1439488896?mt=8                         

FITREAT

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/fitreat/id1453315210?ls=1&mt=8

MUSICAL EXPRESS

https://itunes.apple.com/in/app/musicalexpress/id1438653274?mt=8

iOS Certification Course

Department of CSE organized Certification Program on “Apple iOS App Development using Swift C Language and XCode”. The Certification Program was conducted in 2 different phases. First Phase was conducted 16-02-2019 to 23-02-2019 and Second Phase was conducted during 22-04-2019 to 24-04-2019. Mrs. Seema Nair, CEO, CalibreCode Solutions Pvt. Ltd was the Resource Person for the Certification Program. The resource person Mrs. Seema Nair trained around 36 students of 4th SEM BE CSE, AIET. Mr. Venkatesh Senior Associate Professor, Dept of CSE was the coordinator of this certification program.

 



Department of ISE also conducted the certification program in two phases for ISE branch students. The first phase is from 25-02-2019 to 04-03-2019. The second phase is from 25-04-2019 to 27-04-2019. The resource person Mrs. Seema Nair trained around 40 students of ISE branch. Mr. Manjunath H. R, Dept of ISE was the coordinator of this certification program.


The students were developed the features of Apple iOS App development like image display, and some animations with images, Databases using SQLite, Multi tab Communication, Drawing tables, Multi window communications Network Communications etc. during the First Phase of Certification Program. During the second phase of the program, Mrs. Seema Nair shows her interest on finishing the App designed by the students and get it to upload to the iOS Appstore.

Apps Developed

This section describes about the various Apps developed by the students of CSE and ISE during the certification course time.

Mrs. Seema Nair prepared the six batches in CSE and six batches in ISE. Each batch containing six members. She distributed separate Apps for each batch. HOD CSE and HOD ISE assigned the faculty members of CSE and ISE as a guide for each batch.

The list of the Apps is shown in the table below:

Sl. No

Name of the App

Team Leader

Guide Name

USN

Name

1.            

ChildSlate

4AL17CS053

NAIK NAYANA GANAPATHI

Prof. Venkatesh

2.            

FloraHunt

4AL17IS0

VISHAK AMIN

Prof. Manjunath H. R.

3.            

Twist_Tac_Toe

4AL17IS014

DIKSHIT KOTIAN

Prof. Jayanth Rathod

4.            

VocalMusic

4AL17CS007

ANUSHA

Dr. Manjunath Kotari

5.            

GetSetGetGoing

4AL17CS052

NAGASHREE ARUN M

Prof. Sayeesh

6.            

HealthPeer

4AL17CS024

D JASMINE JOYLINE

Prof. Harish Kunder

7.            

EatLight

4AL17CS065

PREETHI

Prof. Venkatesh

8.            

GymFit

4AL17CS086

SHETTY ANKIT SURESH

Prof. Parikshith Nayaka S. K.

 

In the above listed apps, the following apps were published in Apple App Store and available to public to freely download.

TITLE OF iOS APP DEVELOPED

LINK FOR THE APPs IN APP STORE

Childslate

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/childslate/id1461671756

FloraHunt

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/florahunt/id1465949442

Twist Tac Toe

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/twist-tac-toe/id1461649998

2017-18

Apple iOS App Development using Swift C and XCode

Department of CSE organized 45 days Certification Program on “Apple iOS App Development using Swift C Language and XCode”. The internship Program was conducted from 01-08-2017 to 03-02-2018 with intervals. The Certification Program was inaugurated by Mr. Divyang and Mr. Sudheep Jha, Monkfox, Bangalore. Dr. Manjunath Kotari, HOD CSE, AIET and Mr. Venkatesh Bhat Senior Associate Professor were present during the inauguration. The resource person Mr. Sudheep Jha and Mr. Divyang trained around 50 students of 6th SEM BE CSE, AIET. Mr. Venkatesh Senior Associate Professor, Dept of CSE was the coordinator of this internship program.

The students learned various features of Apple iOS App development like image display, and some animations with images, Databases using SQLite, Multi-tab Communication, Drawing tables, Multi-window communications Network Communications etc….

The following Apple iOS Apps were developed during the internship period.

Sl No

USN

NAME OF THE STUDENT

APP DEVELOPED

1.      

4AL15CS017

Ashwini P Shetty

LIBRARY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

2.      

4AL15CS027

Deeksha

3.      

4AL15CS028

Deeksha Shetty

4.      

4AL15CS030

Devika Shetty

5.      

4AL15CS041

Hemanth Kumar T

6.      

4AL15CS086

Shilpa Shetty

ONLINE FURNITURE SHOPPING

7.      

4AL15CS091

Sneha K N

8.      

4AL15CS092

Sridevi

9.      

4AL15CS093

Srujana G B

10.                         

4AL15CS096

Suraksha

11.                         

4AL15CS401

Nalini

12.                         

4AL15CS115

Adithya M Naik

VTU APP

13.                         

4AL15CS007

Algeena Carol D’ Souza

14.                         

4AL15CS098

Sushanth

15.                         

4AL15CS081

Sachin Pandith

16.                         

4AL15CS105

Vilasraj Pandith

17.                         

4AL15CS066

Prajwal P

18.                         

4AL15CS014

Arpitha S

Automated Time Table Generator

19.                         

4AL15CS016

Ashritha Jain R

20.                         

4AL15CS022

Chaithra

21.                         

4AL15CS029

Deekshitha

22.                         

4AL15CS062

Nidhi Chakravarthy

Online Cake Ordering Application

23.                         

4AL15CS090

Shruthi Salian

24.                         

4AL15CS071

Priyanka B M

25.                         

4AL15CS061

Luxmi Devi

26.                         

4AL15CS048

Kalavara Deekshith Raj

2 – Player Tank Survival Game

27.                         

4AL15CS037

H. Akshay Kedlaya

28.                         

4AL15CS093

Heisnam Sursita Devi

Image Mode Changing

29.                         

4AL15CS011

Anusha

30.                         

4AL15CS012

Anushri

31.                         

4AL15CS015

Arshitha M S

32.                         

4AL15CS043

Jasmine Princy Lobo

Travel Update App

33.                         

4AL15CS055

Megha

34.                         

4AL15CS046

Jolyn Tellis

35.                         

4AL15CS024

Chithra R G

Tic – Tac – Toe

36.                         

4AL15CS010

Anu Prakash

37.                         

4AL15CS034

Ganesh S

38.                         

4AL15CS054

Madhukara

39.                         

4AL15CS099

Kusumashri

Blogging App

40.                         

4AL15CS078

Rakshitha M

41.                         

4AL15CS113

Shetty Nikhetha

42.                         

4AL15CS112

Pramod K S

43.                         

4AL15CS073

Rahul Nayak

44.                         

4AL15CS004

Afithya Shetty

Quick Chat

45.                         

4AL15CS006

Ajinraj

46.                         

4AL15CS013

Arjun V

47.                         

4AL15CS045

Jeffin Boban

48.                         

4AL15CS108

Vishruth

Web Programming and Product Development

Department of CSE organized a 10 days Certification Programme on “Web Programming and Product Development” from 22nd January 2018 to 03 February 2018. For the students of II Year CSE Students. Mr. Chandrashekhar Rao Kuthyaru, CEO, Sangamon Services Pvt Ltd, Mangalore was the chief resource person of this course. Dr. Manjunath Kotari, HOD, CSE, Mr. Venkatesh Bhat, Sr. Associate Professor, CSE Dept. were present during the course.

The course began with simple HTML program development including Style Sheets, Java Scripts, PHP, etc… Later, 9 teams of the students developed the following Projects under the guidance of Resource Person Mr. Chandrashekhar Rao Kuthyaru:

1) Vishal Nayak and team – Student Information System

2) Pratheeksha and team – Alva Hana 

3) Safnaaz and team – Edu-Santhe

4) Rachana and team – Summer Internship

5) Divyashree and team – Bus Information System

6) Thaizeera and team – TempKam – for temporary jobs

7) Manish and team – Chitra Santhe – Alva’s photo gallery

8) Rakesh and team – Alva’s Tech Forum

9) Harshitha and team – Alva’s Guest Album

Core Java and Advanced Java

Department of CSE organized a 5 days Certification Programme on “Core Java & Advanced Java” from 16th to 20th January 2018.  The inauguration of certification course was held on 16th January 2018 in MBA Seminar Hall. Resource person Mr. Chandra Shekar Rao, Sangam One Connected Services, Bangalore, Dr. Manjunath Kotari, HOD CSE, Prof. Venkatesh, Dept of CSE were present during the inauguration.  The Certification course was started with a sample Java Program and students were made to make small projects every day.  The resource person explained all the concepts by using hands-on session. About 127 CSE 2nd year students were participated and certified during this course. At the end of the course, the resource person evaluated a project for 100 marks and certificates were distributed accordingly.

 

The following projects were executed at the end of the certification programme.

  1. Print Multiplication Tables from N1 to N2 after taking input from Console, input from the file.  Print to be sent to Output File



  1. There are 100 prison cells in a row. All cells are locked Jailer is given permission to release any number of prisoners. In Round 1, Jailer opens all the doors.   In Round 2, he closes every alternate door (2, 4, 6…).  In Round 3, every third door (3, 6, 9 …) if Door is Open, he closes it.   If Door is closed, he opens it.  In Round 4, every fourth door (4, 8, 12…), if Door is open, he closes it.  If Door is closed, he opens it.  He does this for 100 Rounds.  At the end, who are the lucky prisoners?

 

  1. Our College Clock is showing 9 am.  Compute the angle between the Hour hand and the Minute hand and add it to any Collection such as Map, TreeMap, SortedMap, HashMap or LinkedHashMap.  It should show Time: Angle in Degrees from 9:00 am to 8:55 pm with a spacing of 5 minutes.
  2. There are 20+ trains departing from Mangalore Railway Station MAQ.  These train numbers are available in file trainMAQ.txt.  For each Train No, there is a separate text file containing Train No, Train Name, Frequency, Category of Train, Starting Time, Route, Kilometers, Stations en route etc. Eg. 12620.txt will contain details of Matsyagandha Express. You have to take input Train Number from Console and then display the Time Table of that train.  If Train is not running that day, it should give a message, ” No Train today.”.  Print all trains starting from MAQ between 5 am and 8 am.
  3. Alva’s PU College has provided us with the Marks List of 26 students in a certain text file format. This contains Name. Gender, Roll No, English Marks, Maths Marks, Physics Marks, Chemistry Maths, Biology Maths, Class.  Please print the names of Toppers in each Subject and also the college Gold Medalist. There should be an automatic letter generated by the Principal congratulating the top rankers on their performance giving suitable details.   Input file attached.

Certification Program on SOFTWARE TESTING & AUTOMATION

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering had conducted a Four Days Certification Program on Software Testing from 28th October to 31st October 2017 for the third year CSE students of AIET. The resource person for the certification program was Mrs. Seema Nair, CEO, Calibre Code Solutions Private Limited, Bangalore.

During this course of program, Mrs. Seema Nair has covered many topics on software testing such as Testing web pages, finding bugs, off code usage in software testing, automating the web, testing ideas, recording and finding the bugs, coding the website and logging automatically, Selenium tool and its usage, creating the test cases, Framework and tools that are used in software testing,

Some hands-on training on testing various websites, debugging was also provided in these sessions. Each session in the program was very interactive and found to be interesting for the students. 

 

Certification Programmes for Students

Apart from the Placement Training to Pre-Final Years and Final Years, the Department of Computer Science & Engineering offering following certification programmes for the academic year 2017-18. The details of the courses conducted is available in Workshops & Training for Students link.

  • Apple ioS App Development Course- 15 Days.
  • Software Testing & Automation- 4 Days.
  • Core Java & Advanced Java- 5 Days.
  • Web Development Programming- 10 Days.

Uniqueness of the Department

 

Department of Computer Science & Engineering was accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA), New Delhi valid from 01-07-2019 to 30-06-2022 for the period of 3 years. To keep pace with latest technologies, department has employed experienced and dedicated faculty with strong commitment towards the research work. The department is dedicated to education, research and overall excellence.

  • Intel-FICE Lab was established with Atom Processors in the year 2013-14.
  • Apple iOS Developer Lab was established in the year 2014-15. Department is recognized as “iOS Developer University Program” with institution id 6MKL3RX9SK from Apple Developer Program Support during January 2015.
  • Edwin’s Linux Lab was established during 2015-16 to promote the open source softwares.
Consultancy Projects / Innovation projects
S.No. Financial Year Name of faculty and Students Client Organization Title of Consultancy of project ( kindly attach the Abstract ) Status
1. 2018-19 Parikshith Nayaka S K Alva’s Naturopathy Hospital Website Development (www.alvasanandamaya.in ) Completed
Ravi K R
2. 2019-20 Karthik M R MLT Website Completed
3. 2019-20 Marsh Vishal BPT Website Completed
4. 2019-20 Charanraj BHA Hospital Management App Completed
5. 2019-20 Prof. Vasudev S. Shahapur Alva’s Pharmacy, Mijar Stock Inventory Application On going
Ameen Ahemmad
Albin Francis
Md. Ashfan
Deekshtih T R
Kiran K
6. 2019-20 Dr. Mohideen Badhusha S Alva’s Homeopathy College, Mijar Smart Campus System On going
Datta Kiran
Jayraj Chirag K
Shah Dhruvil Amit
Shetty Satvik R
7. 2019-20 Ms. Shilpa Ashok Medical, Karkala Medical Management System On Going
Dhanya Bhat
Dsouza Elston R
John Alsten T
Madan G G
8. 2019-20 Mr.Hemanth Kumar N P SVT College, Karkala Website Development for SVT Trust. On Going
Hemalatha S
Jayalakshmi M
9. 2019-20 Sushant M Govt. High School , Satti, Belagavi Official Website for School On going
Jagath Haren
K Thrishul
Viha B Raju
Syed Hudaif I
Vikal A L
10. 2019-20 Megha D Hegde Muneshwara Enterprises Pvt. Ltd, Bangalore Website for Event Management On going
Pramod J
Rahul Redy
Praveen Kumar S
Vishal D
11. 2019-20 Harish Kunder Dlithe, Bangalore Machine Learning update version of Alexa On going
Rohan Mahaveer
Raksha
12. 2019-20 Tahir Naquash Alva’s School ERP for Alva’s Schools On going
Manoj
Mallikarjun
Vignesh
13. 2019-20 Adarsh N Londry Manager Londry Managament App Initiated
Viha Raju
14. 2019-20 Jagath Haren Alva’s Pharmacy, Mijar Order Tacking Website Initiated
Anusha
Jasmine
Netra

Department is actively involved in MoU / Academic Collaborations with various organizations like

  • National Atmospheric Research Laboratory (NARL), Gadanki, Chittoor, AP.
  • National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC), Hyderabad
  • Regional Remote Sensing Centre (RRSC)-South Bangalore
  • ISRO Head Quarters, Bangalore
  • IIIT, Allahabad
  • Kumamoto University, Japan
  • HAL, Bangalore
  • Calibre Code Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore
  • VihanSudhan Technologies, Mysore
  • Oscki Labs, Bangalore
  • Dlithe, Bengaluru

 

Department student Forum is active in Innovative Programmes like

  • Kaliyona Computer– A Rural Computer Education Camp, in which engineering students will teach the computer basics to Rural Govt Kannada Medium School students. Department use to donate the Computers to school during this program.
  • Department has conducted many such programs every year to be specific
  1. High School, Naravi, Belthangadi Taluk, D.K
  2. Govt High School & Primary School, Kamalashile, Kundapura Taluk, Udupi
  3. Govt High School, Venoor, Belthangadi Taluk, D.K
  4. Govt High School & S.V.S PU College, Gongalli, Kundapura Taluk, Udupi Dist
  5. M High School, Kalasa, Chikmagalur Dist
  6. High School, Marodi, Belthangadi Tq, D.K
  7. Govt High School, Januvar Katte, Udupi Dist
  • Linux Awareness Program for first year students to promote the Open Source Softwares.

453 +
Number of Students

22 +
Number of Faculties

410 +
Internships

90.85 %
Placements
  • Vision

    “Engendering competent, excellent professionals by transforming the knowledge and computing skills to individuals through modern innovative tools and techniques”.

  • Mission
    • To produce skilled, creative software developers through rigorous training.
    • To conduct specific technical courses to keep abreast to the latest technological developments and transformations in the domain.
    • To establish Industry-Institute Interaction programs to enhance the skills of employability and entrepreneurship.
    • To implement the ideas of research and innovations in interdisciplinary domains.
  • PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVEs (PEOs)
    • PEO1: Exhibit fundamental strengths of core courses of Computer Engineering to solve the problems of computing world.
    • PEO2: Adapt and contribute the emerging technological changes.
    • PEO3: Get employed in computing profession or engaged in learning to pursue higher studies.
  • PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMEs (PSOs)

    A graduate of the Computer Science and Engineering Program will exhibit:

    • PSO1: Professional Skills: The ability to understand & implement the computer programs in the areas of Computer Architecture, System Software, Database Management Systems, Web Design, Multimedia and Computer Networking.
    • PSO2: Problem-Solving Skills: The ability to solve real-world problems by the suitable mathematical model with strong technological concepts in the rapidly growing arena of computer technology.
    • PSO3: Successful Career and Entrepreneurship: Knowledge in diverse areas of Software Engineering and Management & Entrepreneurship for IT Industry, conducive in cultivating skills for successful career development.
  • COURSE OUTCOMES(COs)

Placed Students

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Recruiters

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TECHNOFIA’20

Technofia was an inter-collegiate technical fest conducted by C-Maniax forum of Computer Science & Engineering Department,...

MOCKATHON (2019-2020)

A mock hackathon was conducted on 11th September for the students of 2nd & 3rd year B.E. CSE...

KALIYONA COMPUTER-Rural Computer Education Camp – Januvara Katte

Department of Computer Science & Engineering student’s association C-Maniax Forum conducted a Rural Computer Education camp in Govt Kannada Medium...

KALIYONA COMPUTER-Rural Computer Education Camp – Marodi

Kaliyona Computer was organised by CMANIAX forum from 29th October to 31stoctober 2018, Rural Computer Education Camp to students of...

C Programming Awareness Program to Alva’s High School Students

C Programming Awareness Programme was organized by CMANIAX forum on 30th October 2017 at AIET, Mijar for the 10th standard...

KALIYONA COMPUTER-Rural Computer Education Camp – Kalasa

Department of Computer Science & Engineering student’s association C-Maniax Forum conducted a Rural Computer Education camp in J.E.M High School,...

FUTSAL’18

FUTSAL’18 was an inter-collegiate football tournament conducted by C-Maniax forum of Computer Science Department,...

LINUX AWARNESS PROGRAM 2019-20

Linux awareness program was a two day session on Linux operating system for the students of first year B.E. which...

Technofia 2019

Technofia was an inter-collegiate technical fest conducted by C-Maniax forum of Computer Science & Engineering Department, AIET. Technofia gathered all...

Hackathon 2019

ALVAS HACKATHON-2K19 was an intercollegiate technical event conducted by C-MANIAX forum of Computer Science & Engineering Department, Alva’s Institute of...

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ERGONOMICS

DATE & VENUE: 22nd August 2019, ENGINEERING SEMINAR HALL

Resource Person: Mr. Anup Justin, TechTalk Systems, R&D, Bengaluru

Mr. Anup Justin explained about the Ergonomics and its importance initially. It is the process of designing or arranging workplaces, products and systems so that they fit the people who use them. Most people have heard of ergonomics and think it is something to do with seating or with the design of car controls and instruments – and it is… but it is so much more. Ergonomics applies to the design of anything that involves people – workspaces, sports and leisure, health and safety. Ergonomics  is a branch of science that aims to learn about human abilities and limitations, and then apply this learning to improve people’s interaction with products, systems and environments. Ergonomics aims to improve workspaces and environments to minimise risk of injury or harm. So as technologies change, so too does the need to ensure that the tools we access for work, rest and play are designed for our body’s requirements. Ergonomics aims to create safe, comfortable and productive workspaces by bringing human abilities and limitations into the design of a workspace, including the individual’s body size, strength, skill, speed, sensory abilities (vision, hearing), and even attitudes.

 

He explained how ergonomics works. Ergonomics is a relatively new branch of science, but relies on research carried out in many other older, established scientific areas, such as engineering, physiology and psychology. To achieve best practice design, Ergonomists use the data and techniques of several disciplines:  anthropometry: body sizes, shapes; populations and variations biomechanics: muscles, levers, forces, strength. Environmental physics: noise, light, heat, cold, radiation, vibration body systems: hearing, vision, sensations.  Applied psychology: skill, learning, errors, differences. Social psychology: groups, communication, learning, behaviours.

 

He briefly explained about the design of ergonomics. Ergonomics is the science of refining the design of products to optimize them for human use. Computers and related products, such as computer desks and chairs, are frequently the focus of ergonomic design.

 

Finally he explained about the human factors involved in ergonomics. Human factors and ergonomics is concerned with the “fit” between the user, equipment, and environment or “fitting a job to a person”. It accounts for the user’s capabilities and limitations in seeking to ensure that tasks, functions, information, and the environment suit that user.

 

To assess the fit between a person and the used technology, human factors specialists or ergonomists consider the job (activity) being done and the demands on the user; the equipment used.

 

LOCATION INTELLIGENCE USING BEACONS FOR SMART CONNECTED WORLD
 

DATE & VENUE: 27th August 2019, ENGINEERING SEMINAR HALL

Resource Person: Mr. Chandrasekhar Kutyar, SangamOne Infotech, Bengaluru.

Mr.Chandrasekhar Kutyar explained about the topic location intelligence using beacons for smart connected world. Beacons are small, wireless transmitters that use low-energy Bluetooth technology to send signals to other smart devices nearby. Put simply, they connect and transmit information to smart devices making location-based searching and interaction easier and more accurate.

 

He explained about what is beacons and how beacons technology works. All new technologies are becoming a part of our environment, but many of them remain unnoticed or incomprehensible. For many people, beacons are one of these mysterious items. Many IoT applications in large industries –such as retail and warehousing – use beacons everyday, but these small devices go unnoticed. Beacons are small, wireless sensors that are normally placed in a casing. The technology uses Bluetooth Low Energy (also called Bluetooth Smart or Bluetooth Version 4.0+) to broadcast radio signals or, simply put, to communicate with other smart devices.

 

He also explained that Beacon developers are still struggling with a number of unsolved issues, including designing better antenna shapes and increasing signal distance. Despite this, beacons are increasingly being implemented in many retail IoT solutions, and are projected to extend further into the industrial and healthcare spheres. Finally he also discussed about several beacon use cases.

 

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

DATE & VENUE:1st September 2019, ENGINEERING SEMINAR HALL

Resource Person: Mr. Raviraj , Data Scientist, Swiss RE, Bengaluru

 

Mr. Raviraj explained about artificial intelligence and its applications. Initially he explained about the history of AI(Artificial Intelligence) .The history of Artificial Intelligence (AI) began in antiquity, with myths, stories and rumors of artificial beings endowed with intelligence or consciousness by master craftsmen. The field of AI research was founded at a workshop held on the campus of Dartmouth College during the summer of 1956.

 

He then explained about what is AI and why AI .In today’s world, technology is growing very fast, and we are getting in touch with different new technologies day by day. Here, one of the booming technologies of computer science is Artificial Intelligence which is ready to create a new revolution in the world by making intelligent machines. The Artificial Intelligence is now all around us. It is currently working with a variety of subfields, ranging from general to specific, such as self-driving cars, playing chess, proving theorems, playing music, Painting, etc.AI is one of the fascinating and universal fields of Computer science which has a great scope in future. AI holds a tendency to cause a machine to work as a human. Artificial Intelligence is composed of two words Artificial and Intelligence, where Artificial defines “man-made,” and intelligence defines “thinking power”, hence AI means “a man-made thinking power.”

 

He also explained that With the help of AI, you can create such software or devices which can solve real-world problems very easily and with accuracy such as health issues, marketing, traffic issues, etc.With the help of AI, you can create your personal virtual Assistant, such as Cortana, Google Assistant, Siri, etc.With the help of AI, you can build such Robots which can work in an environment where survival of humans can be at risk.AI opens a path for other new technologies, new devices, and new Opportunities.Finally he explained about goals of AI such as Replicate human intelligenceCreating some system which can exhibit intelligent behavior, learn new things by itself, demonstrate, explain, and can advise to its user.

 

 

COMPANY SPECIFIC TRAINING-How To Face Interview

DATE & VENUE:14TH  September 2019,  SEMINAR HALL(CIVIL BLOCK)

Resource Person: Mr. Hemanth Kumar, Senior Software Engineer,Thought focus,Bangalore

 

Mr. Hemanth kumar explained about how to face an interview confidently. People feel stressed as they hear about INTERVIEW. Most of them focus only on the questions to be answered in the Interview. But the interview is the test of not only knowledge but behaviour and honesty too. It does not matter where you went to school, the number of degrees you may hold, the experience you have or whom you know. It is important do the interview successfully. It is vital to approach interviews in the correct manner and with the right attitude, as that is the key to success.

 

He explained about some of the key aspects such as go prepared,on the day of interview and know what not to do.He explained that before Research the Company Do some homework, e.g. Find out about the company’s vision, goal, strategy, products, finances, departments, competitive advantages, competitors, the work culture and the management from the website. If the company does not have a web presence look them up at the library, call the Chambers of Commerce, and find out everything you can about them. Make sure you know as much about it as you can, so that you can impress your interviewers and show them how much you care. You should be familiar with whatever is mentioned in the CV. Read it thoroughly so that you’re not stumped by any question regarding your past employment and education.Come up with answers to common resume questions.

 

There are a few things you should avoid at all costs when you go into an interview. Many people don’t know that a few innocent comments can actually cause a big red flag to go up for the interviewer. Choose your words carefully and make sure you give an impression of being a respectful, hard worker who is truly excited about the position.

 

Industrial Applications of .NET and Applications of C#

DATE & VENUE: 5th October 2019, ENGINEERING SEMINAR HALL

Resource Person Mr.Amarnath V Meti, Software Manager, Infosys, Bengaluru.

 

Mr. Amarnath Meti briefly explained about the how the language has to be utilized in the project. C# is a versatile programming language used in many different ways. It powers many Windows and .NET apps for desktop, tablet, mobile, and web applications. Coders and programmers also use C# in cross-platform development, using Unity for games and using Xamarin for mobile apps. C# is a hybrid of C and C++, it is a Microsoft programming language developed to compete with Sun’s Java language. C# is an object-oriented programming language used with XML-based Web services on the .NET platform and designed for improving productivity in the development of Web applications.

 

Amarnath explained about the .net framework applications in briefly. A programming infrastructure created by Microsoft for building, deploying, and running applications and services that use .NET technologies, such as desktop applications and Web services. The .NET Framework contains three major parts: the Common Language Runtime. the Framework Class Library. ASP.NET. ASP.NET is an open-source server-side web application framework designed for web development to produce dynamic web pages developed by Microsoft to allow programmers to build dynamic web sites, applications and services. … The ASP.NET SOAP extension framework allows ASP.NET components to process SOAP messages.

 

He explained about the benefits of .net. Less Coding and Increased Reuse of Code: This framework works on object-oriented programming which eliminates unnecessary codes and involves less coding for the developers, Deployment, Reliability, Security, Use across Platforms and Languages.

 

He then started explaining regarding the C#. Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) is a UI framework that creates desktop client applications.WPF uses the Extensible Application Markup Language (XAML) to provide a declarative model for application programming. Difference between WPF and Windows Forms. Windows Presentation Foundation (also known as WPF) is a graphical subsystem. It is used in order to render user interfaces in Windows based applications. … It is a feature of the Windows .NET Framework, and provides access to the native Microsoft Windows interface elements.

 

Finally he explained about XAML in C#. XAML is a descriptive programming language used in UWP, WPF, and Xamarin Forms to build user interfaces. Most of the time, you will be using a designer to create your XAML but you’re free to directly manipulate XAML by hand. XAML uses the XML format for elements and attributes.

Edge Computing

DATE & VENUE: 15th February 2020, ENGINEERING SEMINAR HALL

Resource Person: Dr. Annappa, Professor, Dept of CSE, NITK Suratkal

 

Dr.  Annappa explained about the Edge computing and its importance. Initially explained about Cloud computing.Cloud computing is perhaps the most flamboyant technological innovation of the 21st century. This is because it has seen the fastest adoption into the mainstream than any other technology in the domain. This adoption has been fueled mainly by the ever-increasing number of smartphones and mobile devices that can access the internet. Cloud computing is not just for organizations and businesses; it’s also useful for the average person as well. It enables us to run software programs without installing them on our computers; it enables us to store and access our multimedia content via the internet, it enables us to develop and test programs without necessarily having servers and so on.

 

He also explained about fog computing. Fog computing is the concept of a network fabric that stretches from the outer edges of where data is created to where it will eventually be stored, whether that’s in the cloud or in a customer’s data center.Fog is another layer of a distributed network environment and is closely associated with cloud computing and the internet of things (IoT). Public infrastructure as a service (IaaS) cloud vendors can be thought of as a high-level, global endpoint for data; the edge of the network is where data from IoT devices is created.

 

He then explained about edge computing and its importance. Edge computing is a distributed computing model in which computing takes place near the physical location where data is being collected and analyzed, rather than on a centralized server or in the cloud. This new infrastructure involves sensors to collect data and edge servers to securely process data in real-time on site, while also connecting other devices, like laptops and smartphones, to the network. Edge computing is important because it creates new and improved ways for industrial and enterprise-level businesses to maximize operational efficiency, improve performance and safety, automate all core business processes, and ensure “always on” availability. It is a leading method to achieve the digital transformation of how you do business. Finally he explained about difference between edge and fog ,cloud vs fog.

 

2018-19

CoCoa and Swift

DATE & VENUE: 25/08/2018 at Engineering Seminar Hall
Resource Person: Mrs. Krishnaveni, Technical Architect, Infosys, Mangalore



Krishnaveni briefly explained Cocoa applications are typically developed using the development tools provided by Apple, specifically Xcode (formerly Project Builder) and Interface Builder (now part of Xcode), using the languages Objective-C or Swift. … For end-users, Cocoa applications are those written using the Cocoa programming environment.


Cocoa is Apple’s native object-oriented application programming interface (API) for their operating system macOS. For iOS, tvOS, and watchOS, a similar API exists, named Cocoa Touch, which includes gesture recognition, animation, and a different set of graphical control elements. It is used in applications for Apple devices such as iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple TV, and Apple Watch. Cocoa consists of the Foundation Kit, Application Kit, and Core Data frameworks, as included by the Cocoa.h header file, and the libraries and frameworks included by those, such as the C standard library and the Objective-C runtime.


She gave importance on Swift is a general-purpose, multi-paradigm, compiled programming language developed by Apple Inc. for iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, and Linux. Swift is designed to work with Apple’s Cocoa and Cocoa Touch frameworks and the large body of existing Objective-C code written for Apple products. It is built with the open source LLVM compiler framework and has been included in Xcode since version 6. On platforms other than Linux, it uses the Objective-C runtime library which allows C, Objective-C, C++ and Swift code to run within one program.
She gave brief explanation on how to develop the app using Swift and CoCoa and also gave small demonstration by writing the code.


Core Animation: Helps to create rich user experiences by allowing for the smooth movement of visual elements.
Core Data: Provides an object-oriented data management solution and aids in defining an application’s data model in a logical and graphical way.


Finally she gave suggestions how to make use of the Swift programing language using which we can develop the app for Apple iPhone.

Evolutionary Computing

DATE & VENUE: 03/09/2018 at MBA Seminar Hall
Resource Person: Dr. Shridhara K S, Professor, Dept. of CSE, UBDTCE(BOS), Davanagere.

Shridhara briefly explain about the different topics of fuzzy logic, artificial intelligence, data compression, machine learning. Fuzzy logic is an approach to computing based on “degrees of truth” rather than the usual “true or false” (1 or 0) Boolean logic on which the modern computer is based. A basic application might characterize various sub-ranges of a continuous variable. For instance, a temperature measurement for anti-lock brakes might have several separate membership functions defining particular temperature ranges needed to control the brakes properly. Each function maps the same temperature value to a truth value in the 0 to 1 range. These truth values can then be used to determine how the brakes should be controlled. A common algorithm is


• For each truth value, cut the membership function at this value
• Combine the resulting curves using the OR operator
• Find the center-of-weight of the area under the curve
• The x position of this center is then the final output.


He also told about Artificial Intelligence and it is a way of making a computer, a computer-controlled robot, or a software think intelligently, in the similar manner the intelligent humans think Strong artificial intelligence or, True AI, may refer to: Artificial general intelligence, a hypothetical machine that exhibits behavior at least as skillful and flexible as humans do, and the research program of building such an artificial general intelligence.


He briefly told about Machine learning and it is a core sub-area of artificial intelligence; it enables computers to get into a mode of self-learning without being explicitly programmed. So, put simply, the iterative aspect of machine learning is the ability to adapt to new data independently. Machine Learning with Python. Machine learning is a branch in computer science that studies the design of algorithms that can learn. Typical tasks are concept learning, function learning or “predictive modeling”, clustering and finding predictive patterns.


Finally he gave explanation about data compression. In signal processing, data compression, source coding, or bit-rate reduction involves encoding information using fewer bits than the original representation. Compression can be either lossy or lossless. Lossless compression reduces bits by identifying and eliminating statistical redundancy.

Cloud-Based Technologies

DATE & VENUE: 22/09/2018 at MBA Seminar Hall
Resource Person: Mr.Gururaja Hegde, Co-Founder, Kambala Solutions Pvt. Limited, Mangalore.

Gururaja Hegde initially briefly explained about cloud computing and cloud computing, the word “cloud” (also phrased as “the cloud”) is used as a metaphor for “the Internet,” so the phrase cloud computing means a type of Internet-based computing, where different services —including servers, storage and applications — are delivered to an organization’s computer. Cloud computing networks are large groups of servers and cloud service providers that usually take advantage of low-cost computing technology, with specialized connections to spread data-processing chores across them. This shared IT infrastructure contains large pools of systems that are linked together. Virtualization techniques are often used to maximize the power of cloud computing.


After that he started explaining about cloud based technologies Cloud computing networks are large groups of servers and cloud service providers that usually take advantage of low-cost computing technology, with specialized connections to spread data-processing chores across them. This shared IT infrastructure contains large pools of systems that are linked together. Virtualization techniques are often used to maximize the power of cloud computing.
Additionally because the cloud is a hosted service and reduces the need for physical infrastructure it’s a much lower financial investment; with many cloud-based services designed as a ‘pay as you go model’. Effectively what was previously only available to large multinationals is now available to the smaller guys.


An industry that has embraced the cloud is the accommodation sector. Technology that was once only offered to the larger hotel chains is now obtainable by small and medium sized properties. Hotels of all sizes are realizing the power of hosted solutions and how it helps to improve business efficiency. He gave demo on few projects how this entire work can be done.


Finally he gave explanation between public cloud and private cloud. Cloud computing denotes a cloud computing platform that is outside of an organizations’ firewall on shared systems. In this scenario, your cloud service provider is in control of the infrastructure. In contrast, a private cloud is the same platform; however it is implemented within the corporate firewall, under the control of the organization’s IT department.


A private cloud is designed to offer the same features and benefits of public cloud systems, but removes a number of objections to the cloud computing model including control over corporate and customer data, worries about security and issues connected to regulatory compliance.

Web Application Development, Android App Development, Python & Networking

DATE & VENUE: 09/10/2018 at Engineering Seminar Hall
Resource Person: Mr. Sagar, Corporate Trainer, HPE, Mangalore.

Mr. Sagar explained about web application and A Web application (Web app) is an application program that is stored on a remote server and delivered over the Internet through a browser interface and web-based application is any program that is accessed over a network connection using HTTP, rather than existing within a device’s memory. Web-based applications often run inside a web browser.


Horde groupware is an open-sourceweb application. In computing, a web application or web app is a client–server computer program which the client (including the user interface and client-side logic) runs in a web browser. Common web applications include webmail, online retail sales, online auction.


Sagar explained about android app development and Android software development is the process by which new applications are created for devices running the Android operating system. Google states that,[3] “Android apps can be written using Kotlin, Java, and C++ languages” using the Android software development kit (SDK), while using other languages is also possible. All non-JVM languages, such as Go (JavaScript, C, C++ or assembly), need the help of JVM language code, that may be supplied by tools, likely with restricted API support. Some languages/programming tools allow cross-platform app support, i.e. for both Android and iOS. Third party tools, development environments and language support have also continued to evolve and expand since the initial SDK was released in 2008. In addition, with major business entities like Walmart, Amazon, Bank of America etc. eyeing to engage and sell through mobiles, mobile application development is witnessing a transformation.


Finally he briefly explained about python programming language. Python is an interpreted high-level programming language for general-purpose programming. Python has a design philosophy that emphasizes code readability, notably using significant whitespace. It provides constructs that enable clear programming on both small and large scales.


Python features a dynamic type system and automatic memory management. It supports multiple programming paradigms, including object-oriented, imperative, functional and procedural, and has a large and comprehensive standard library.


Python interpreters are available for many operating systems. CPython, the reference implementation of Python, is open source software and has a community-based development model, as do nearly all of Python’s other implementations. Python and CPython are managed by the non-profit Python Software Foundation.

Data Analytics

DATE & VENUE: 13/10/2018 at MBA Seminar Hall
Resource Person: Dr. Rajkumar R, Associate Professor, Dept. of CSE, VIT, Vellore.

Dr. Rajkumar explained Data analytics (DA) is the process of examining data sets in order to draw conclusions about the information they contain, increasingly with the aid of specialized systems and software. Data analytics technologies and techniques are widely used in commercial industries to enable organizations to make more-informed business decisions and by scientists and researchers to verify or disprove scientific models, theories and hypotheses.


Data analytics refers to qualitative and quantitative techniques and processes used to enhance productivity and business gain. Data is extracted and categorized to identify and analyze behavioral data and patterns, and techniques vary according to organizational requirements. Modern data analysis tools empower users to retrieve, combine, interact with, explore, and visualize data from any combination of sources, providing them with greater insight into their business processes, their industries, and their customers.


He explained by taking the example of text mining. Text mining provides a means of analyzing documents, emails and other text-based content. Data analytics initiatives support a wide variety of business uses. For example, banks and credit card companies analyse withdrawal and spending patterns to prevent fraud and identity theft. He explained about 3 types of data analytics. 3 Types of Data Analytics: Descriptive, Predictive, and Prescriptive. Jeff Bertolucci of Information Week has written a new article about what distinguishes the three types of Big Data analytics: descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive. Finally he explained about purpose of data analytics. he analytics process starts with data collection, in which data scientists identify the information they need for a particular analytics application and then work on their own or with data engineers and IT staffers to assemble it for use. Data from different source systems may need to be combined via data integration routines, transformed into a common format and loaded into an analytics system, such as a Hadoop cluster, NoSQL database or data warehouse.


Once the data that’s needed is in place, the next step is to find and fix data quality problems that could affect the accuracy of analytics applications. That includes running data profiling and data cleansing jobs to make sure that the information in a data set is consistent and that errors and duplicate entries are eliminated.


At that point, the data analytics work begins in earnest. A data scientist builds an analytical model, using predictive modelling tools or other analytics software and programming languages such as Python, Scala, R and SQL. The model is initially run against a partial data set to test its accuracy; typically, it’s then revised and tested again, a process known as “training” the model that continues until it functions as intended.

Career Development in IT Industry for Students

DATE & VENUE: 13th November 2018 at 11:00 AM in MBA Auditorium.

Resource Person: Vinutha Rao, Vice President, HCL, Bengaluru.

Vinutha explained how a career in information technology can take on many different forms. IT developers might create software programs or be involved in creating the digital infrastructure for a company. Many IT developers work as consultants and do projects for a variety of different organizations. In today’s information age, developers in any area of technology need to have an understanding of their market, and many developers specialize in a specific area. Every industry today is in some way affected by technology, and companies large and small need knowledgeable tech developers to help them build and maintain a useful infrastructure. Additionally, as technology grows and expands, each industry needs new software to help them keep up with a changing marketplace.

Vinutha Briefly described about IT jobs and careers in the IT industry increasingly require more training and skills. Soft skills such as time management, team building, communications skills, problem solving and customer service skills are all important IT skills you will need to advance your career. Whether your position is a manager, IT engineer, IT analyst, or any other IT job you should take your career development very your career and advance your career up the ladder. The most important part of career development is to understand you are in control of your career. It is not likely that someone is going to come in the door and offer you career advancement. Opportunities to advance your career do arise. When they do you need to make sure you have the skills needed to take advantage of them.

Retaining employees/reducing turnover: Through organizational commitment, career development opportunities help to retain employees and thus prevents turnover. … Productivity and Financial Returns: Employers can also increase productivity and financial returns by investing in their employees via career development. Finally she explained why career development is very important in IT industry like When employees are offered career progression opportunities, it makes them feel like they’re growing with the company and provides a sense of purpose, which in turn fosters loyalty. Career development gives employees something to look forward to. It also feeds the hunger to learn and grow, in life and at work.

Moonshot

DATE & VENUE: 15/02/2019 at MBA Seminar Hall
Resource Person: Mr Prithvi G, Senior Engineer, Axiom Research Lab, Bengaluru.


Mr Prithvi G is a Senior Engineer in Axiom Research Lab which works for the TeamIndus Moon Mission & Systems Overview. He explained the mission of the institute and also how the company has established. The Google Lunar X Prize was a competition announced in 2007 that was open to privately funded ventures aimed at inspiring the development of low-cost robotic lunar exploration. The competing craft was required to travel more than 500 metres (1,600 ft) on the lunar surface and transmit high-resolution video and images once there. The TeamIndus’ lunar lander platform was code-named HHK1. The team planned a further modification of the HHK1 for other terrestrial and inter-stellar application after the Google Lunar X Prize competition had completed. For the competition, the HHK1 was to deploy the rovers and then operate as the main communication and control unit consisting of payload, propulsion, structural and other sub-systems.

Prithvi explained about the context with respect to the lunar landing, Mission Trajectory, Lunar Orbit Strategy and Lunar Descent. A Moon landing is the arrival of a spacecraft on the surface of the Moon. This includes both manned and unmanned (robotic) missions. The first human-made object to reach the surface of the Moon was the Soviet Union’s Luna 2 mission.


As TeamIndus company is about to take students for internship Prithvi took the test for 47 students and among them, 6 students were shortlisted from the first round and they went for the second round.

Intel Software Tools

DATE & VENUE: 11/03/2019 at Engineering Seminar Hall
Resource Person: Mr Hemanth, Senior Software Engineer, Intel, Bengaluru.


Mr Hemanth Kumar is a Software Engineer in Intel Software. He explained about the Intel Distribution of Python, Intel Optimized Tensorflow, Intel optimized Caffe, Intel Media SDK, Intel OpenVINO toolkit.


He started explaining about Intel Distribution of Phyton, Intel® Distribution for Python* is a binary distribution of Python interpreter and commonly used packages for computation and data-intensive domains, such as scientific and engineering computing, big data, and data science. The product supports Python 2 and 3 for Windows, Linux, and macOS. The product simplifies Python installation by providing packages in a binary form so that everything is preconfigured and no compilation tools are needed, as well as contains all the dependencies for running on popular OS platforms. Python packages have been accelerated with Intel® Performance Libraries, including Intel® Math Kernel Library (Intel® MKL), Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB), Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP), and Intel® Data Analytics Acceleration Library (Intel® DAAL). The packages have been optimized to take advantage of parallelism through the use of threading, multiple nodes, and vectorization.

He also explained about the Artificial Intelligence in Intel. An AI accelerator is a class of microprocessor or computer system designed as hardware acceleration for artificial intelligence applications, especially artificial neural networks, machine vision and machine learning. Typical applications include algorithms for robotics, internet of things and other data-intensive or sensor-driven tasks. They are often manycore designs and generally focus on low-precision arithmetic, novel dataflow architectures or in-memory computing capability. A number of vendor-specific terms exist for devices in this category, and it is an emerging technology without a dominant design. AI accelerators can be found in many devices such as smartphones, tablets, and computers all around the world. I is bringing new ways to use massive amounts of data to solve problems in business and industry—and in high-performance computing (HPC). AI applications increasingly take on day-to-day use cases, HPC practitioners—like their commercial counterparts—are looking to move deep learning training off specialized laboratory hardware and software onto the familiar Intel®-based infrastructure already in place for handling a wide variety of HPC workloads.


To enable that workload flexibility, we optimized Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors for HPC and AI. We designed Intel® Omni-Path Architecture (Intel® OPA) fabric to provide high-performance communications across large clusters of Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor-based systems. And we’ve optimized the most widely applied AI frameworks to take full advantage of processor optimizations and available cores.


Hemanth Kumar explained about Intel Caffe. Caffe supports many different types of deep learning architectures geared towards image classification and image segmentation. It supports CNN, RCNN, LSTM and fully connected neural network designs. Caffe supports GPU- and CPU-based acceleration computational kernel libraries such as NVIDIA cuDNN and Intel MKL and its applications are Caffe is being used in academic research projects, startup prototypes, and even large-scale industrial applications in vision, speech, and multimedia. Yahoo! has also integrated caffe with Apache Spark to create CaffeOnSpark, a distributed deep learning framework.

Digital Revolution in India

DATE & VENUE: 16/03/2019 at Engineering Seminar Hall
Resource Person: Mr. Gautham Bhat, Senior Technical Staff Member and Associate Director with IBM GTS’s Lab, Bengaluru


Mr Gautham Bhat is a Senior Technical Staff member and Associate Director with IBMs GTS’s Lab. He explained how the Information Age (also known as the Computer Age, Digital Age, or New Media Age) is a historic period in the 21st century characterized by the rapid shift from traditional industry that the Industrial Revolution brought through industrialization, to an economy based on information technology. Central to this revolution is the mass production and widespread use of digital logic circuits, and its derived technologies, including the computer, digital cellular phone, and the Internet These technological innovations have transformed traditional production and business techniques. Digital technology is a base two process. Digitized information is recorded in the binary code of combinations of the digits 0 and 1, also called bits, which represent words and images. Digital technology replaced analogue signals for many telecommunication forms, particularly cellular telephone and cable systems.

He explained about how long has the technology is been around. Acheulean stone technology 1.6 million years ago (hand axe) Fire creation and manipulation, used since the Paleolithic, possibly by Homo erectus. He explained about the different technologies in the current what industry is expecting like blockchain, artificial intelligence, fuzzy logic, data analytics. AI has immense potential to ease and enrich human life. It can eliminate the need of human involvement in tasks that pose a threat to their life and safety. One of the most high-risk situations in Defense, Reconnaissance missions, would need not use human actors anymore soon enough when we develop sufficiently intelligent Autonomous Drones. Something as simple as a Google search employs Artificial Intelligence algorithms, to bring personalized search results to users. Autonomous Weapons and Autonomous Drones are being researched globally, to reduce risks to human lives in Defense and Reconnaissance.


He explained about block chains like Banking and technology are very closely associated and innovations have changed banking drastically over the period of time. The digital innovations in the banking sector started with the introduction of money that replaced the barter system and then the gradual replacement of wax seal with digital signatures. One such disruptive innovation which is changing the banking sector globally is Blockchain Technology (BCT). Blockchain is shared distributed ledger which stores business transaction to a permanent unbreakable chain which can be viewed by the parties in a transaction. Blockchain technology has the potential to disrupt the financial business applications as it provides permanent and tamper-proof recording of transactions in a distributed network.

TCS ORIENTATION PROGRAMME

DATE & VENUE: 6th May, AIET AUDITORIUM

Resource Person: Mr. Pradeep and Mr. Rohith, Senior Technical Staff members, TCS, Bengaluru.

 

The Initial Learning Program (ILP) is a fully-paid, comprehensive training program that includes a TCS orientation, Product Development Life Cycle training, Case Study Implementation and Project Integration courses, inter-cultural effectiveness workshops, and additional technical training specific to the needs.

 Mr. Pradeep explained about the how the academic institutes are key partners in TCS’ talent acquisition strategy, and we remain the preferred employer at leading engineering campuses across India. Campus Commune, our academic engagement portal that helps students collaborate with their peer groups globally, now has over one million members registered across 19 countries. We also use programming contests such as TESTimony, EngiNx, GameOn, and CodeVita to spot and hire top talent.

 

Mr. Rohith explained about the progressive working environment in the TCS. TCS is an equal opportunity employer, and subscribes to the Tata Code of Conduct in embracing diversity in race, nationality, religion, ancestry, marital status, gender, age, ethnic origin, physical ability, and sexual orientation. Today, we are one of the world’s largest employers of women. Progressive policies such as extended parental leave, a mentoring program for junior women employees, special leadership development programs for senior employees, a virtual support group on child psychology, and parenting workshops for working parents have gone toward making the workplace more employee-friendly.

 

Our Center of Excellence for Accessibility works on IT solutions for differently-abled individuals, aiding their integration into the workforce. TCS also runs multiple initiatives to help employees grow in their careers, such as CareerHub, a platform that provides them with mentoring services. We also run Inspire, a specialized program that provides fast-track career progression to high-potential employees. Periodic leadership reviews help us maintain a healthy succession pipeline.

 

Mr. Rohith explained about the different platforms in TCS like advanced drug development, Connected intelligence platform, ERP on clouds and HOBS.

Finally, they explained about Major objectives of orientation are to (1) gain employee commitment, (2) reduce his or her anxiety, (3) help him or her understand organization’s expectations, and (4) convey what he or she can expect from the job and the organization. It is commonly followed by training tailored to specific job positions.


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Software Development- Case Study

DATE & VENUE: 15 September 2017 at 10:00AM in Engineering Seminar Hall
Resource Person: Mr. Sanjay Hungund, Co-Founder, GITO.me, Bangalore


Mr. Sanjay Hungund shared the brief profile of the company that, Gito.Me is a technological platform of Cost Prize Online India Pvt Ltd. This Technology Product Company started in Q1 2012. The mission of the company is to bring deep technology innovation to the global retail community. Gito.me is an omni-channel technology platform owned and operated by Cost Prize. The resource person gave the insight of entire omni-channel technology that, it is an advanced e-commerce enabling platform (www.Gito.me) that allows offline businesses to sell their merchandise online, under their own brands names, and manage their business across ALL business/sales channels and operating models easily. He also addressed that, using cloud-based technology, Gito.me solves deep problems in Omni-Channel (online, offline, mobile) and Hyper-local (hyper activity in local commerce) space.

He addressed about Software development case study, Software development is the process of computer programming, documenting, testing, and bug fixing involved in creating and maintaining applications and frameworks resulting in a software product. Everybody would agree that launch of a startup is extremely popular these days. Startups are created all the time while software development is in constant evolvement. Of course, creating a company from scratch is a quite challenging and uneasy task.


He addressed about the challenges of startups that, It is true that startups struggle to be successful. So what does it take to create prosperous and outstanding project? Which characteristics do successful startups have? Among them, there are the general and more specific features for those who perform software development.


The resource person explained the 6 phases of software development with a case study, which includes Planning, Analysis, Development & Implementation, Testing and Maintenance.


Being passionate about your project
Although it may sound too naive and even too simple, it is where the entire process starts. Having a dream to develop a product and being passionate about it is the first step towards creation of a successful and ambitious project, which is going to satisfy customers’ needs and bring considerable profits in the future.

Project Guidance: Fundamentals about Project

DATE & VENUE: 15 September 2017 at 11:30 PM in Engineering Seminar Hall
Resource Person: Mrs. Roopa Sanjay, Founder, GITO.me, Bangalore


The resource person Mrs. Roopa Sanjay explained the basics of Project under taking.. A project is defined as a planned set of tasks outside normal business operations with an established beginning and end date that is limited to a defined budget. Project management is the discipline of initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing the work of a team to achieve specific goals and meet specific success criteria. A project is a temporary endeavor designed to produce a unique product, service or result with a defined beginning and end (usually time-constrained, and often constrained by funding or deliverable) undertaken to meet unique goals and objectives, typically to bring about beneficial change or added value. The temporary nature of projects stands in contrast with business as usual which are repetitive, permanent, or semi-permanent functional activities to produce products or services. In practice, the management of such distinct production approaches requires the development of distinct technical skills and management strategies.

She pointed about the need that needs to be tackled that exists in and around us. This must be the primary motive in order to carry out any kind of projects. Then the aim and objective must be thoroughly analyzed once the requirements are gathered. A proper methodology to solve the problem must be well designed followed by solving the problem by proper implementation using methods or by making use of new tools or software’s which offer more options or security. Finally the system must be tested with the whole system point of view in order to guarantee that the solution is actually ready to deploy.


The primary challenge of project management is to achieve all of the project goals within the given constraints. This information is usually described in project documentation, created at the beginning of the development process. The primary constraints are scope, time, quality and budget. The secondary constraints should be more ambitious.

A Sneak Peek Into IT Technologies

DATE & VENUE: 15 September 2017 at 2:00 PM in Engineering Seminar Hall
Resource Person: Mrs. Seema Nair, Senior Development Lead, QSG Technologies, Bangalore

Mrs. Seema Nair had given an overview of requirements for IT industries. How the students can prepare for the IT world. She started with a SDLC (software development process or life cycle) concept, it is a structure imposed on the development of a software product. There are several models for such processes, each describing approaches to a variety of tasks or activities that take place during the process. She explained the concept of Software testing is a process of executing a program or application with the intent of finding the software bugs. It can also be stated as the process of validating and verifying that a software program or application or product. User Interface Design is its compliment, the look and feel, the presentation and interactivity of a product. But like UX, it is easily and often confused by the industries that employ UI Designers.


Resource person enlightens the marketing of products or services using digital channels to reach consumers. The key objective is to promote brands through various forms of digital media. Digital marketing extends beyond internet marketing to include channels that do not require the use of the internet.


Seema Nair also gave the insight into Search engine optimization (SEO), it is the process of affecting the visibility of a website or a web page in a web search engine’s unpaid results—often referred to as “natural”, “organic”, or “earned” results. SEO may target different kinds of search, including image search, video search, academic search news search, and industry-specific vertical search engines. SEO differs from local search engine optimization in that the latter is focused on optimizing a business’ online presence so that its web pages will be displayed by search engines when a user enters a local search for its products or services. DevOps is the blending of tasks performed by a company’s application development and systems operations teams. In its most broad meaning, DevOps is an operational philosophy that promotes better communication between development and operations as more elements of operations become programmable. Cloudcomputing, Agile development, and DevOps are interlocking parts of a strategy for transforming IT into a business adaptability enabler. If cloud is an instrument, then DevOps is the musician that plays it.

Machine Learning

DATE & VENUE: 5th October 2017 at 10:00AM in MBA Seminar Hall
Resource Person: Mr. Ananda Padmanabha, Research Associate, Innovation Centre of BMS Innolabs, Bangalore

Mr. Ananda Padmanabha gave a brief introduction on Machine Learning. Machine Learning is a programming computer to learn from the past experience and engineering data. It is an automated detection of useful patterns in data and science of getting computers to perform without being explicitly programmed.


He addressed to the students about how machine leaning can be extended to any area such as anti-spam software to detect fraudulent usage of credit cards, obstacle detection system in vehicles, pattern recognition, web search, computational biology, robotics, info extraction, social network, debugging and medical diagnosis. Pattern recognition can be done for images, text, signature, voice and speech and face detection.


Now a day’s machine learning plays a major role in every field and also has a different classification on machine learning application like learning associations, supervised learning, regressions, unsupervised learning, reinforcement learning.


He was explaining to students that in the field of machine learning there are different case studies will come into picture and among that the important field is Google translation, character recognition using machine learning.


For implementing the concepts in machine learning, ‘R’ language is an open source which is normally used and it is very easy to code. Apart from this even python language can also be used in machine learning.


Finally he gave the major difference between Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning and also the challenges in machine learning. Machine Learning is not only for computer science, it can be applied in the field of automobile/mechanical engineering, medical/bio-medical, electronics and communications and agriculture.

Digital Image Processing

DATE & VENUE: 6th October 2017 at 11:00 AM in MBA Seminar Hall
Resource Person: Dr. Shridevi Soma, Associate Professor, Dept of CSE, PDACE, Gulbarga.

Sridevi Soma gave detailed explanation on Digital image processing. It is the use of computer algorithms to perform image processing on digital images. It allows a much wider range of algorithms to be applied to the input data and can avoid problems such as the build-up of noise and signal distortion during processing. It is the human vision- perceive and understanding/ interpretations.


In the Image processing it is the analysis and manipulation of a digitized image, especially in order to improve its quality. Low level image processing is the transformation of low contrast image to high contrast image. Among that there are two stages. 1st stage is getting an image i.e. image requisition and 2nd stage is preprocessing.


High level image processing is understanding about knowledge based-imitate human cognition and make decisions about the information of the image.


She taught about the Image processing and its related fields. They are signal processing, computer/ machine/ Robot vision, Biological vision as a major effort in the brain study, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition.


She explained about the fundamental steps in digital image processing like Knowledge about a problem domain is coded into an image processing system in the form of a knowledge database. Elements of digital image processing systems: The basic operations performed in a digital image processing systems include (1) acquisition, (2) storage, (3) processing, (4) communication and (5) display. There are different process are there in DIP. 1) High- Acquisition, preprocessing- Intelligence 2) Medium- Extraction, edge joining 3) Low- Recognition- Intelligence


She gave introduction to signals ad function of DIP. Signal and function are having variable with physical meaning. Scalar functions are sufficient to describe a monochromatic intensity image and vector functions represent color images.


Finally she told about issues and challenges in DIP. Image filtering, image restoration, image registration, image fusion- fusing images for security, image segmentation- sub-images from main images, image classification- level of understanding of image.

Software Localization

DATE & VENUE: 14th October 2017 at 9:00 AM in MBA Seminar Hall


Resource Person: Vinay C R Shastry, Localization Consultant (For Japan), Sakura India Foundation, Bengaluru
Vinay shastry gave brief explanation on Localization, which was normally thought to be synonymous with Translation in earlier days, has changed its limits with tremendous growth of Language Industry. It is not just customization of available features into other languages but is a complex process which may even lead to a complete redesign of logic, visual structure or presentation depending on the locale.


The IT Industry defines Localization to be “the adaptation of a product, application or document content to meet the language, cultural and other requirements of a specific target market (a locale)”. Several terms like L10n, M17n, G11n and I18n denote various processes of the Industry but sometimes, they overlap to create confusions and varying definitions. In a broader sense, Globalization includes all these processes.
A typical L10n may include customization of:
Numeric, date and time formats
Use of currency
Keyboard usage
Collation and sorting
Symbols, icons and colors
Text and graphics
Actions or ideas insensitive to culture
Varying legal requirements and so on.

A typical Internationalization involves:
Designing and developing to ensure that L10n or I18n deployment is possible. Eg: Usage of Unicode, Concatenation of strings, avoiding code dependency of UI string values, etc.
Enabling code to support the preferences of local, regional, language, or cultural entities. Eg: Date & time, local calendars, number formats, sorting and presentation of lists, handling of personal names and forms of address, etc.
Support for possible features of L10n in future. Eg: Adding markup in DTD to support bidirectional text or language identification. Similarly, adding to CSS to support vertical text.
Separating localizable elements from source code or content, so that they can be selected based on preferences.

Language Industry and IT
Language Industry, was earlier confined to Computerized Language Processing (NLP), placed within the IT Industry, But now it comprises:
Translation & Interpreting
Software & website Globalization
Subtitling / Captioning & Dubbing
Language technology tool development
International conference organization
Language teaching
Linguistic consultancy and so on…

AI in Language Industry
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is all about using algorithmic technology to leverage all the available data. For Language Industry, AI is best embodied in Machine Learning (ML), a Software Engineering discipline. ML enables learning and recognition of linguistic patterns to successfully automate processes like speech recognition, machine translation and image recognition. Many open source kits use Natural Language Processing (NLP)
to produce simple Chatbots, for example. With recent AI developments, especially in NLP and ML, Language Industry is emerging as a potential sector.

Japanese Localization – specialization
Japan is the third big economy, lacking young resources
Japanese are good at technology but poor at English
So, a young engineer with Japanese and English skills is in great demand, all over the world!
This bilingual market presents a wide range of opportunities for Japanese L10N professionals
Japanese L10n is now a specialization demanded by many industries all over the world
Future of Localization

I18N significantly affects the ease of product localization and G11n will be the fundamental step in design process. With problems like Y2K in the past, Industry will not take up difficult and time consuming retro-fitting for global deployment.


So, there is always a growing demand for L10n sector
Even with great AI tools, Language Industry needs humans
Designing Human – Machine interaction becomes inevitable
The future will be Human – Machine going hand in hand for globalization requirements.

Software Testing Tools

DATE & VENUE: 14th October 2017 at 11:15 AM in MBA Seminar Hall
Resource Person: Mrs. Rajashree, Senior Quality Manager, Thomson Reuters, Mangalore


Rajashree gave detailed explanation on testing tools. She started with the brief explanation on software testing. Software testing is a process of executing a program or application with the intent of finding the software bugs. It can also be stated as the process of validating and verifying that a software program or application or product: Meets the business and technical requirements that guided its design and development. Two forms of testing are 1) Automation testing 2) Manual Testing. Under the automation testing she explained the important concepts like decision to automate testing, Test tool application, Automated testing introduction process, Text planning, Design and development and execution.

She gave the pros and cons between manual testing and automation testing. Under themanual testing she explained important points like manual testing can be done by anyone, it is very easiest way to improve quality, focusing on the customer’s work flow primarily, it may not identify all test cases, may not identify all defects and it is of lower product quality. Under the automation testing she explain the important points like faster test cycles can be achieved, defects can be identified faster and finally it is not cost effective for less than 3 test cycles.


Automation testing tools is applicable for mobile App testing, HP load runner, HP win Runner. Selenium is a portable The three components of selenium are IDE, RC, GRID. Selenium IDE Complete List of Commands are addLocationStrategyAndWait, addScript, addScriptAndWait, addSelection.


She neatly explained about the framework of selenium. Selenium Framework is a code structure that helps to make code maintenance easy. Without frameworks, we will place the “code” as well as “data” in the same place which is neither re-usable nor readable. Using Frameworks, produce beneficial outcomes like increased code re-usage, higher portability, reduced script maintenance cost, higher code readability, etc.


There are mainly three type of frameworks created by Selenium WebDriver to automate manual test cases. Data Driven Test Framework, Keyword Driven Test Framework, Hybrid Test Framework. Although there are many benefits that can be achieved by using tools to support testing activities, but there are also many risks that are associated with it when tool support for testing is introduced and used.


Finally she gave disadvantages of using testing tools. In fact it is the responsibility of the automation tester who needs to handle the tool in proper way. Because a single mistake during the development of test cases can lead to a fatal situation for the application. It may crash the entire software application if not handled with proper care. So, we can say every advantage comes at the cost of responsibility and we have to accept it. Besides, it also hampers the industry by decreasing the need of man force and hence increasing the unemployment. But again if we need quality then we can’t survive with unskilled labour. So we have to take this in a positive mood.

Security issues in wired and wireless networks

DATE & VENUE: 28 th October 2017 at 9:00 AM in MBA Seminar Hall

Resource Person Dr. N Jayashankar, Professor, School of Computer Science and Engineering, VIT, Vellore, Tamilnadu

Dr. N Jayashankar gave a brief introduction on security issues in wired and wireless networks. Internet is a a global computer network providing a variety of information and communication facilities, consisting of interconnected networks using standardized communication protocols. He discussed about IPV4 and IPV6 address configuaration. Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4) is the fourth revision of the Internet Protocol and a widely used protocol in data communication over different kinds of networks. IPv4 is a connectionless protocol used in packet-switched layer networks, such as Ethernet. Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) is an Internet Protocol (IP) used for carrying data in packets from a source to a destination over various networks. IPv6 is the enhanced version of IPv4 and can support very large numbers of nodes as compared to IPv4. Data communication are the exchange of data between two devices via some form of transmission medium.

He gave brief description of benefits of security issues like safe and stable data exchange environment, joint information protection system, data transmission in compliance with the IP data transmission protocol, quick network connection of new branches and partners, network monitoring and services quality control 24-hours a day.

He discussed about Adhoc On Demand Routing Protocol. An Ad Hoc On-Demand Distance Vector (AODV) is a routing protocol designed for wireless and mobile ad hoc networks. This protocol establishes routes to destinations on demand and supports both unicast and multicast routing. By passing the hollow packets neighbour can identify neighbour nodes ( route discovery). He gave explanation on malicious nodes. If trust value of the Suspect node does not increase with time, the node is termed a Malicious node, and the route containing the Malicious node can’t be selected as a secure route by the source node for sending its packets.

He discussed on security attacks on protocol stacks. The sheer number of DoS attacks makes the study of this topic challenging. However, the OSI reference model can help sort it out. The OSI reference model details each stage of the process required to connect a computer to the network. Developers and manufacturers use the OSI model as a common denominator to improve network communications. He gave explanation on the types of attacks. They are black hole attack, worm whole attack, gray whole attack. He discussed about some of the network related projects such as detection of packet looping attacks, detection of misdirection attacks, detection of black hole attacks, voice based email for the blink, credit card reader with face recognition based on webcam, recognition of hand movement for paralytic.

Oracle Fusion Cloud Technologies

DATE & VENUE: 19th February 2018, Engineering Seminar Hall

Resource Person: Mr. Krishna Raja H, Senior Program Manager, Oracle, Bengaluru

Krishna Raja gave detailed explanation on Oracle fusion. He started with the brief explanation on Oracle fusion. Oracle Fusion Middleware is the digital business platform for the enterprise and the cloud. It enables enterprises to create and run agile, intelligent business applications while maximizing IT efficiency through full utilization of modern hardware and software architectures.

Over the past several years, there’s been a lot of talk regarding Oracle Fusion and many people struggle to understand what exactly this means. Essentially “Fusion” refers to Oracle’s Cloud infrastructure (“Fusion” Middleware) and the development of new applications specifically designed for the Cloud and subscription services. More recently, Oracle has focused communications on the business process value and business use of these the applications and now refers to these applications and underlying technology simply as “Cloud”. For the purposes of this article, we’ll use the term “Fusion” to describe the underlying technology for those that care, and the term “Cloud” to describe business applications delivered by Oracle in a subscription service model.

He explained about oracle cloud fusion. Oracle Fusion services. The Fusion SaaS offerings can be divided into four primary service categories: Human Capital Management Service, Customer Relationship Management Service, Enterprise Resource Planning Service and Enterprise Performance Management Service.

He explained about fusion application in oracle. The Oracle Fusion service-oriented platform and applications suite joins next-generation enterprise technologies, applications, and services, including Oracle Fusion Applications and Oracle Fusion Middleware, to change the dynamics in the applications marketplace and revolutionize business.

He neatly explained about the procurement in oracle fusion. Oracle Fusion Procurement is a modular suite of procurement applications designed to work as a complete procurement solution or as modular extensions to your existing procurement applications portfolio.

He gave the application of the oracle fusion. Oracle’s E-Business Suite (also known as Applications/Apps or EB-Suite/EBS) consists of a collection of enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM), and supply-chain management (SCM) computer applications either developed or acquired by Oracle.

Finally he gave the difference between the oracle fusion and oracle cloud. Oracle Fusion and Oracle Cloud are often used interchangeably and hence leads to initial confusion. However to simplify, Oracle Fusion is the name of the front end application which Oracle has created by combining the previous Oracle EBS, JD Edwards, Siebel and Peoplesoft. Hence the users basically see and perform transactions in Oracle Fusion Applications. Oracle Cloud on the other hand is where the Oracle Fusion Applications reside. Hence unlike the Oracle EBS On Premise which used to be hosted on servers/data centers in client premises, the Oracle Fusion Applications for a client are stored in remote servers and hence the term ‘Cloud’. The client need not manage the database servers for Fusion Applications. They are managed by Oracle itself. Hope it clarifies.

Empowering Next Generation Professionals Salesforce

DATE & VENUE: 7th March 2018, MBA Seminar Hall

Resource Person: Mr. Rajesh R Nambiar, Software developer, Salesforce, Bengaluru.

Salesforce.com, Incis an American cloud computing company headquartered in San Francisco, California. Though its revenue comes from a customer relationship management (CRM) product, Salesforce also sells commercial applications of social networking through acquisition and internal development.

Rajesh gave detailed explanation on how the next generation professionals has to beSalesforce is the primary enterprise offering within the Salesforce platform. It provides companies with an interface for case management and task management, and a system for automatically routing and escalating important events. The Salesforce customer portal provides customers the ability to track their own cases, includes a social networking plug-in that enables the user to join the conversation about their company on social networking websites, provides analytical tools and other services including email alert, Google search, and access to customers’ entitlement and contracts.

Salesforce users can configure their CRM application. In the system, there are tabs such as “Contacts”, “Reports”, and “Accounts”. Each tab contains associated information. Configuration can be done on each tab by adding user-defined custom fields. Configuration can also be done at the “platform” level by adding configured applications to a Salesforce instance,that is adding sets of customized / novel tabs for specific vertical- or function-level (Finance, Human Resources, etc.) features.He explained about oracle cloud fusion. Oracle Fusion services. The Fusion SaaS offerings can be divided into four primary service categories: Human Capital Management Service, Customer Relationship Management Service, Enterprise Resource Planning Service and Enterprise Performance Management Service.

He explained about AppExchange and Webservices. web interface, Salesforce offers a SOAP/REST Web service API that enables integration with other systems.

He neatly explained about the the Salesforce AppExchange is an online application marketplace for third-party applications that run on the Force.com platform. Applications are available for free, as well as via yearly or monthly subscription models. Applications available range from integrations with SharePoint to mobile approval management. It features 2,948 applications which have driven 3+ million installs. The “AppExchange” is also a place customers can search for cloud consulting partners to help them implement the technology in their own organisation. Cloud consulting partners for Salesforce include large companies like IBM’s “Bluewolf” and Accenture as well as smaller ones like Cloudreach.

Finally he gave brief explanation on how the Amazon Great Indian Sale will happen and how the next generation students wants to work even in the development side without coding. He gave us an extra information how to get into industry with the proper knowledge of programming subjects.

Application of Novel Algorithm Pattern

DATE & VENUE: 06th April 2018, Engineering Seminar Hall

Resource Person: Mr. Vipin Kumar, Project Manager, Infosys, Mangalore

Vipin Kumar gave detailed explanation on Novel algorithm for pattern matching. Modern network security applications, such as network-based intrusion detection systems (NIDS) and firewalls, routinely employ deep packet inspection to identify malicious traffic. In deep packet inspection, the contents of network traffic are matched against patterns of malicious traffic to identify attack-carrying packets. The pattern matching algorithms employed for deep packet inspection must be fast, as the algorithms are often implemented on middle-boxes residing on high-speed gigabits per second links. The majority of patterns employed in network security applications are regular languages. However, regular language-based patterns have limited expressive power and are not capable of describing some complex features in network payload. Back reference is an important feature provided by many pattern matching tools, e.g., PCRE, the regular expression libraries of Java, Perl, and Python. Back references are used to identify repeated patterns in input strings. Patterns containing back-references are non-regular languages. Very little work has been done to improve the time-efficiency of back reference-based pattern matching.

He explained the basic idea of novel pattern approach is to transform a back reference problem to a conditional sub match problem, and represent it with a Non-deterministic Finite Automata (NFA)-like machine subject to some constraints. Our experimental results show that our approach resists known algorithmic complexity attacks, and is faster than PCRE by up to three orders of magnitude for certain types of patterns.

He briefly explained about novel approach for image compression. The development in communication and use of multimedia applications has created a remarkable demand for robust ways to store and transmit large databases of images. The current communication system demands compression techniques to store and transmit data in an opposite manner. Compression schemes for images can be used to manage data of high sensitivity with less computational complexity.

He finally neatly suggested a novel algorithm for image compression and pattern matching called Difference Component Analysis (DCA). DCA extract the most relevant image feature components that identify the image. The DCA is based on the premise that matching images have minimal difference components. The experiment on DCA is done using more than 1000 human face images. The results show that the image can be compressed to a single decimal value and uses less computational steps. The concept can be applied for pattern recognition encryption techniques.

Big Data Applications and Processing Tools

DATE & VENUE: 20/4/2018 at AIET Auditorium

Resource Person: Mr. Rathinaraja Jeyaraj, Research Scholar, Dept of IT, NITK.

Rathinaraja briefly explain about the big data applications in industries. IG DATA is a term used for a collection of data sets so large and complex that it is difficult to process using traditional applications/tools. It is the data exceeding Terabytes in size. Because of the variety of data that it encompasses, big data always brings a number of challenges relating to its volume and complexity.  He explains how Industry influencers, academicians, and other prominent stakeholders certainly agree that big data has become a big game changer in most, if not all, types of modern industries over the last few years. As big data continues to permeate our day-to-day lives, there has been a significant shift of focus from the hype surrounding it to finding real value in its use.

While understanding the value of big data continues to remain a challenge, other practical challenges including funding and return on investment and skills continue to remain at the forefront for a number of different industries that are adopting big data. With that said, a Gartner Survey for 2015 shows that more than 75% of companies are investing or are planning to invest in big data in the next two years. These findings represent a significant increase from a similar survey done in 2012 which indicated that 58% of companies invested or were planning to invest in big data within the next 2 years.

He gave importance on that generally, most organizations have several goals for adopting big data projects. While the primary goal for most organizations is to enhance customer experience, other goals include cost reduction, better targeted marketing and making existing processes more efficient. In recent times, data breaches have also made enhanced security an important goal that big data projects seek to incorporate.

Some examples of big data providers that are offering solutions in the specific industries.

  1. Banking and Securities
  2. Communications, Media and Entertainment
  3. Healthcare Providers
  4. Education

 

Finally he explained about the tools used in big data. Here are the top tools used to store and analyze Big Data. We can categorize them into two (storage and Querying/Analysis).

Apache Hadoop, Microsoft HDInsight, NoSQL, Hive, Sqoop, PolyBase, Big data in EXCEL and Presto

The Department is well equipped with hardware as well as Software facilities. The department has more than 850 computer systems and fully air-conditioned programming labs, Internet laboratories. The labs consist of most advanced Dual Core & Core 2 Duo ,4th generation Lenovo systems with Windows 7 professional and ubuntu and Fedora linux operating systems and servers with Windows Server 2003. Hardware facilities supporting the hardware are equipped with Assembly kits, Interfacing kit, Emulators, Cross-compilers, Micro-controller, D.S.P.Kit.

All the labs are LAN connected with licensed software packages related to latest global techniques. 200 Mbps of BSNL 1:1 Leased line internet with Wi-Fi facility is provided so that the students can develop and sharpen their technical skills. Students have opportunities of working on live projects received from reputed national and international companies. The department has following labs with latest software and configurations.

 

Unique Labs

Apple iOS Lab

Department of Computer Science & Engineering established Apple iOS Lab for App Development Activity Purpose. The institution has got Apple University Programme ID, currently all interested students of CSE, ECE, ISE are involved in App Development Activity through Certification Programs. At the end of the every course on successful competition of App, the students are honored with Apple Developer Certificates.

Our Institution is recognized as a “iOS Developer University Program” with institution id 6MKL3RX9SK from Apple Developer Program Support.  The institution has MoU with Callibre Code Pvt. Ltd, Bangalore for Certification Programs. Through MoU institution is conducting continuously App Development Programs. The following Apple iOS apps were developed by CSE students of AIET has been approved by App Store.

  1. MERGIO – https://itunes.apple.com/in/app/mergeo/id1438548443?mt=8
  1. YOGA STATION – https://itunes.apple.com/in/app/yogastation/id1439488896?mt=8
  1. MUSICAL EXPRESS – https://itunes.apple.com/in/app/musicalexpress/id1438653274?mt=8
  1. FITREAT – https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/fitreat/id1453315210?ls=1&mt=8
  1. CHILDSLATE – https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/childslate/id1461671756?mt=8
  1. FLORAHUNT – https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/florahunt/id1465949442?mt=8
  1. TWIST TAC TOE – https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/twist-tac-toe/id1461649998?mt=8

Edwin’s Linux Lab

Department Computer Science & Engineering established a Linux Lab in the department to give the more importance on research based projects in Linux. The Linux lab focusing on various training related to IoT based projects using Python Programming. Prof. Edwin will look after the Linux lab and providing training to all the students time to time. Some of the workshops arranged in Linux lab is depicted in the below report.  Workshop on “Free Open Source Software- Bootable Linux OS Via Flash Drive” was conducted CSE/ECE and ISE students.  Prof. Edwin, Former Professor, Philadelphia University, Australia served as a resource person of the workshop. About 300 students of CSE/ISE and ECE were participated in this workshop.

The Resource person Prof. Edwin brief explained the history of Puppy Linux and demonstrated the students to how to boot the OS using flash drive. “Puppy Linux is a unique family of Linux distributions meant for the home-user computers. It was originally created by Barry Kauler in 2003” Puppy Linux is not a single Linux distribution like Debian. Puppy Linux is also not a Linux distribution with multiple flavours, like Ubuntu (with its variants of Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu, etc) though it also comes in flavours. Puppy Linux is a collection of multiple Linux distributions, built on the same shared principles, built using the same set of tools, built on top of a unique set of puppy specific applications and configurations and generally speaking provide consistent behaviours and features, no matter which flavours you choose.

 

INTELLIGENCE LABS

Intel Intelligence Systems Lab was established in department of CSE during year 2013.

The 20 staff members of the department of CSE, ECE and ISE were trained during this workshop. Workshop was inaugurated by Mr.Kiran Nambiar, Intel FICE Bangalore and Mr. Shivaprasad Yadav, Mr.Sainath Shanbaugh and Mr. Purushottam Reddy were the trainers of the Workshop. Prof. Manjunath Kotari, HOD CSE welcomed the gathering. Dr. Peter Fernandes, Principal, AIET, Moodbidri presided over the function. Currently final year students are doing projects on Intel FICE using Atom processor.

OBJECTIVE OF MENTORING

  • To support students throughout their engineering program academically as well as emotionally and act as a local guardian, thereby assist them to enhance their academic performance and achieve goals.
  • To fill in confidence to improve their academic performance in slow learners thorough one to one interaction session in prerequisites and fundamentals of topic of interest in the engineering program.

STUDENT MENTORING GUIDELINES

  • Based on previous academic performance, slow learners are identified by the Head of the department (HOD).
  • The HOD will allot, one faculty mentor to 1-3 slow learners. Each mentor should maintain a Proctor form with details like parents/guardian’s name, addresses, contact numbers and academic details, academic scores.
  • More emphasis should be given to monitor the academic progress and design corrective measures for their prerequisites-fundamentals and facilitate them to improve their academic score.
  • Mentor should meet the student at least once in a week or whenever required.

Following are the functions of mentor

Sl. No. Type of mentoring system

Functions

1. Academic guidance

Share information of academic planners, academic schedules and e-learning resources.

Identify students with poor attendance and ensure that they improve their attendance by getting counselled in the presence of mentor, counsellor and HOD

Focus on academically weak students, by providing them with additional reading materials, model questions along with solutions and special make-up classes.

2. All – round development Encourage and support students towards all round development through participation in literary, cultural and sports activities which helps to develop leadership qualities, decision making abilities, team spirit, socio-psychological awareness, and shapes the student into an intellectually integrated person.
3. Personal development

Empower and enable inner adjustments by individual students to counter and cope with physical, emotional, mental, social and environmental challenges through student-counsellor interaction/ through meditation workshops/ through other specialized workshops / activities.

Engage in family /peer counselling by Counsellor/ Mentor /HOD to strengthen student’s interpersonal relationships thereby improving their grades.

  • Parent meetings will be conducted regularly for bringing parents into the student mentoring system as key stake-holders.
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2019-20
2018-19
2017-18
2019-20

SCI/SCOPUS INDEXED PUBLICATIONS

 

 

AWARDS / CERTIFICATES

  • Sumith N. (2019), BITES Best Ph.D thesis Award, Identification and Analysis of influence in social networks: User centric approach. The award carries cash prize of Rs. 25,000/- and a certificate.

 

  • M.S.Badhusha, successfully completed the NPTEL course on “Programming, Data Structures and Algorithms using Python” during Oct,2019.

 

  • Sumith N., successfully completed the NPTEL course on “Machine Learning using Python” during Oct,2019.

 

REVIEWER for SCOPUS INDEXED JOURNALS

  • ManjunathKotari, Reviewer for SN Applied Science Journal and Inder-Science Journal.

 

  DOCTORAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE (DAC) for VTU

  • ManjunathKotari
  • S.M.Badhusha
2018-19
Research Paper Publications CAY

Sl. No.

Author

Research Paper Title

Refereed

SCI Journal

Citation

Book /Book Chapter

1.

Dr. Manjunath Kotari

Investigation of Security Issues and Promising Solution in Distributed Systems Monitoring

 

 

Springer

2.

Dr. Manjunath Kotari

The framework of Security Mechanisms For Monitoring Distributed m-Healthcare Systems

 

IJTRD

 

3.

Mr. Sayeesh

A Review Of Deduplication On Encrypted Big Data In Using HDFS Framework

 

IJARIIT

 

 

 

 

4.

Mr. Chanchal Antony

A Review On Wireless Sensor Networks

 

IJRESM

 

 

5.

Dr. S. Mohideen Badhusha

Improved video streaming using MSVC and nonoverlapping zone routing multipath propagation over MANETs

International Journal of Communication Systems,

Wily publications

 

6.

Dr. S. Mohideen Badhusha

Advanced Engineering Research and Application Volume- II

 

Research India Publication

7.

Dr. S. Mohideen Badhusha

Advanced Engineering Research and Application Volume- VII

 

Research India Publication

8.

Mr. Vivek Sharma

Review Of Mobile Cloud Storage Services Using Quick Sync

 

IJRTI

 

9.

Mr. Vivek Sharma

Review Of Fingerprint Based Automobile Anti-Theft System

 

IRJET

 

10.

Mr. Chanchal Antony

Security In Cloud Computing

 

IJRESM

 

11.

Mr Chanchal Antony

Network Security With Cryptography

 

IJRESM

 

12.

Dr. Sumith N

Influence Maximization In Large Social Networks: Heuristics, Models And Parameters

 

FGCS

 

2017-18

International Conference Paper Publications

 

Sl. No.

 

 

Name of the Faculty member

 

Title of Paper

 

Name of the Conference

 

Publication citation

ISSN, ISBN, Vol. No., Issue, pp

1.

Dr S Mohideen Badhusha

 

A Review Paper On Automated Number Plate Recognition Technique For Vehicle Identification

ICRTT-2018

978-81-923607-3-7

3.

Mr. Vasudev Shahapur

 

Sensor Based Attendance Management System

ICMCECE-2018

 

6.

Ms. Mangala Kini

Iot Based Accident Detection And Vehicle Monitoring System

National conference on Advance Research In Science Engineering And Management

 

7.

Ms. Shruthi Shetty J

Review On Facial Expression Based Music Player

ICRTT-2018

ISSN-2278-0181

8.

Mr. Hemanth Kumar

Cloud Based File Sharing

IJLTEMAS-2018

ISSN-228-2540

9.

Mrs. Vidya

Vehicle Document Verification Using Vehicle Number

ICRTT-2018

 

10.

Mr. Parikshith Nayak

Biometeric Authentication Of User Using Dynamic Signature In Android Application

IJSTE-2018

 

11.

Mr. Tahir Naquash

Vbraile: Text Input Of Multitouch Screen Mobile Phones

NCETAIT-2018

 

12.

Dr. Sumith

Access Control For Web Based Cloud Computing Services

EECCMC-2018

 

13.

Mr. Chanchal Antony

Smartphone Based Automatic Irrigation System

IJRSI-2018

 

14.

Ms. Merlyn Melita Mathias

Smart Lib Using RFID And Android

IJRSI-2018

 

15.

Mr. Sayeesh

Study On Remote Controlling And Thread Detection Of Home Appliances Using Arduino

ICRTT-2018

ISSN-2278-0181

16.

Mr. Vasudev S

Sensor Based Attendance Management System

ICRTT-2018

 

17.

Ms. Megha D Hegde

Automatic Toll Collection Using RFID

ICRTT-2018

ISSN-2278-0181

18.

Dr. Sumith N

Iot Based Patient Health Monitoring System

ARSEM-2018

 

19.

Mrs. Harshitha Gm

A Smart Bus Ticketing And Tracing System Using Iot

ICRTT-2018

ISSN:2278-0181

20.

Ms. Ankitha Shetty

Animal and Pedestrian Collision Detection System for automated Vehicle

ICRTT-2018

ISSN:2278-0181

21.

Ms. Ankitha Shetty

A Review on Health Monitoring System using IOT

ICRTT-2018

ISSN:2278-0181

22.

Mr.Harish Kunder

Performance Analysis Of Different Modulation Schemes For Wireless Body Sensor Network

International Conference

 

Research Paper/Book Publications: CAYm1

 

Sl. No

Author

Research paper Title

Refereed

SCI Journal

Citation

Book /Book Chapter

1.

Dr. Manjunath Kotari

A Comparative Study on Reversible Data Hiding in Encrypted Images Using Various Frameworks

 

IJCOT

 

2.

Dr. Sumith N

A Holistic approach to influence maximization in social networks: STORIE

 

ELSEVIER

 

 

Dr. Sumith N

 

A Holistic Approach To Influence Maximization

 

 

 

3.

Dr. Mohideen Badhusha S

Improved Video Streaming using MSVC and Nonoverlapping Zone Routing Multipath Propagation over MANETs

 

WILEY

 

4.

Mr. Harish Kunder

Smart Video Surveillance For Atm

 

IJIRE

 

5.

Mr. Harish Kunder

A Model for Smart Agriculture Using IOT

 

National Conf.

 

6.

Mr. Harish Kunder

An Internet of things Solution for Sustainable Domestic Water consumption

 

National Conf.

 

7.

Ms. Ankitha Shetty

Animal And Pedestrian Collision Detection System For Automated Vehicle

 

Int. Conf.

 

8.

Mr. Venkatesh

Piracy Control Serial Ket Generation

 

IJARIIT

 

9.

Mr. Venkatesh

Comparative Study On Apriori And Fp Growth Algorithms In Big Data

 

IJARIIT

 

10.

Mr. Venkatesh Bhat

An Efficient Mining Of Frequent Item Set Purchase On Retail Outlet Using Frequent Item Set Ultrametric Tree On Hadoop

 

IRJET

 

11.

Mr. Hemanth Kumar

An Efficient Mining Of Frequent Item Set Purchase On Retail Outlet Using Frequent Item Set Ultrametric Tree On Hadoop

 

IRJET

 

12.

Mr. Sayeesh

A Survey On Medical Data Using Data Mining Techniques

 

IJARIIT

 

13.

Mr. Vivek Sharma

A Speakup App For People

 

IJLTEMAS

 

14.

Mrs. Vidya

Vehicle Document Verification using Vehicle Number

 

ICRTT

 

15.

Mrs. Arundhati Nelli

Addresing Security Challenges in Cloud Computing: A Review

 

IJIREEICE

 

16.

Dr. S Mohideen Badhusha

 

A Review Paper On Automated Number Plate Recognition Technique For Vehicle Identification

 

IJCA-2018

 

17.

Mr Vasudev S

 

A Location Specific Frame Work To Unite Trainers And Learners

 

IJARTET

 

2019-20
2018-19
2019-20

NPTELOnline Certification Courses

Department of CSE students were actively involved in NPTEL Online Certification Courses and Certification Exams. Year by year more number of students were involved in this Online Courses. Various courses like Machine Learning, Theory of Computation, Cloud Computing,Programming, Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving, Data Structures and Algorithms using Python, Ethical Hacking, Introduction to Internet of Things etc.

 

 

LIST

Sl.No.

Course Name

Name

1.     

Introduction to Machine Learning-IIT Kharagpur

PRATHIKSHA

2.     

Data Base Management System

NIHARIKA G V

3.     

Theory of Computation

VIDYA K C

4.     

Theory of Computation

PREETHI

5.     

Introduction to Machine Learning-IIT Kharagpur

SHWETHA

6.     

Introduction to Machine Learning-IIT Kharagpur

BRINDASHREE B V

7.     

Introduction to Machine Learning-IIT Kharagpur

VARSHITHA MAKAM

8.     

Introduction to Programming in C

PRIYA

9.     

Introduction to Machine Learning-IIT Kharagpur

SATHWIK R GUTTI

10.  

Introduction to Programming in C

PRAJWAL

11.  

Introduction to Machine Learning-IIT Kharagpur

AMOGHA U

12.  

Introduction to Machine Learning-IIT Kharagpur

BANISH M G

13.  

Introduction to Programming in C

SHRADDHA ACHARYA

14.  

Theory of Computation

JAYALAKSHMI M

15.  

Theory of Computation

JAGATH HAREN

16.  

Introduction to Machine Learning-IIT Kharagpur

S.K.RAHUL

17.  

Theory of Computation

PRAJNA

18.  

Theory of Computation

PAVANA P

19.  

Theory of Computation

NANDITHA.R.SHETTY

20.  

Introduction to Machine Learning-IIT Kharagpur

SOURABH KAKADE

21.  

Theory of Computation

ASHWINI

22.  

Data Base Management System

JOHN ALSTEN TAURO

23.  

Theory of Computation

K THRISHUL

24.  

Theory of Computation

PALLAVI

25.  

Theory of Computation

ANVITHA POOJARY

26.  

Data Base Management System

DSOUZA ELSTON RONALD

27.  

Data Base Management System

DHANYA BHAT

28.  

Data Base Management System

KAVYA

29.  

Theory of Computation

KANAKA BS

30.  

Introduction to Machine Learning-IIT Kharagpur

VARSHA H SHETTY

31.  

Introduction to Machine Learning-IIT Kharagpur

VLEENA  MASCARENHAS

32.  

Introduction to Machine Learning-IIT Kharagpur

DIVYASHREE NAIK

33.  

Introduction to Machine Learning-IIT Kharagpur

HUDA SULTANA

34.  

Introduction to Machine Learning-IIT Kharagpur

PRAJNA

35.  

Introduction to Machine Learning-IIT Kharagpur

SUMANA REHMAN

36.  

Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving – Online

MADHU SHREE R

37.  

Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving – Online

NACHIKETH S BHAT

38.  

Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving – Online

Suman Rathod

39.  

Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving – Online

RAKSHA S

40.  

Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving – Online

SHAH DHRUVIL AMIT

41.  

Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving – Online

SACHIN RAJORA

42.  

Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving – Online

shetty sathvik ravindra

43.  

Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving – Online

SYED HUDAIF IBRAHIM

44.  

Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving – Online

Pranav L M

45.  

Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving – Online

APOORVA K N

46.  

Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving – Online

SAHANA C

47.  

Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving – Online

VIKAS A L

48.  

Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving – Online

ROHAN MAHAVEER

49.  

Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving – Online

SANDHYA

50.  

Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving – Online

SINCHANA

51.  

Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving – Online

M  C SUCHITHRA HEGGADE

52.  

Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving – Online

SHWETHA

53.  

Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving – Online

SNEHA K BAKALE

54.  

Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving – Online

SHREETAL KALABANDI

55.  

Problem Solving through Programming in C – Online

KRISHNITHA

56.  

Problem Solving through Programming in C – Online

FELOMINA JANCY

57.  

Problem Solving through Programming in C – Online

JASLINE SHARON TAURO

58.  

Problem Solving through Programming in C – Online

JAYALAKSHMI M

59.  

Cloud Computing – Online

AMRUTHA M

60.  

Ethical Hacking – Online

NIHARIKA G V

61.  

Practical Machine Learning with Tensorflow – Online

MARSH VISHAL LOBO

62.  

Programming In Java – Online

AKSHATA L HEGDE

63.  

Programming In Java – Online

THANGSABAM BIKUMAR SINGH

64.  

Programming In Java – Online

JAYALAKSHMI M

65.  

Programming In Java – Online

KANAKA BS

66.  

Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving – Online

AMRUTHA M

67.  

Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving – Online

BHRAMARI P SHETTY

68.  

Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving – Online

LIKHITHA M

69.  

Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving – Online

CHETHANA J

70.  

Artificial Intelligence Search Methods For Problem Solving – Online

S HARSHITH

71.  

Practical Machine Learning with Tensorflow – Online

CHARANARAJ N

72.  

Cloud Computing – Online

APOORVA H P

73.  

Introduction to Internet of Things – Online

PRAGATHI HD

74.  

Introduction to Internet of Things – Online

MANIKYA K

75.  

Introduction to Machine Learning IITM – Online

ABDULLA ZAHIED

76.  

Introduction to Machine Learning IITM – Online

NIHARIKA G V

77.  

Introduction to Machine Learning IITM – Online

ASHWITH PINTO

78.  

Blockchain Architecture Design and Use Cases – Online

BHUVANA S

79.  

Machine Learning for Engineering and Science Applications – Online

NAMRATHA C

80.  

Machine Learning for Engineering and Science Applications – Online

AKSHATHA S

81.  

Introduction to Internet of Things – Online

SANGEETHA NA

82.  

Introduction to Internet of Things – Online

DHANUSH SHETTY

83.  

Introduction to Internet of Things – Online

RASIK RAMCHANDRA SHETTY

84.  

Introduction to Internet of Things – Online

MANISH B SHRIYAN

85.  

Introduction to Machine Learning IITM – Online

AKSHATHA A M

86.  

Introduction to Machine Learning IITM – Online

NANDA KISHORE V

87.  

Introduction to Internet of Things – Online

HARSHITHA M

88.  

Introduction to Internet of Things – Online

PRIYANKA KILLEDAR

89.  

Introduction to Internet of Things – Online

RAVALI P

90.  

Introduction to Internet of Things – Online

ASHA RUDRAPPA TOTAGI

91.  

Introduction to Internet of Things – Online

NETRA SURESH GUDAGAMNALA

92.  

Introduction to Internet of Things – Online

PALLAVI I SUTAR

93.  

Introduction to Internet of Things – Online

SRILATHA K KAMATH

94.  

Introduction to Internet of Things – Online

VARSHITHA

95.  

Introduction to Internet of Things – Online

DERIL QUADRAS

96.  

Introduction to Internet of Things – Online

SAI CHARAN R

97.  

Introduction to Internet of Things – Online

HANISHREE M S

98.  

Introduction to Internet of Things – Online

K MANASA

99.  

Introduction to Internet of Things – Online

AKASH KUMAR S

100.        

Introduction to Internet of Things – Online

JAYANTH S V

101.        

Introduction to Internet of Things – Online

VIGNESHA MANDARA SHETTY

102.        

Introduction to Internet of Things – Online

SHASHIKANT CHAVAN

103.        

Introduction to Internet of Things – Online

POOJASHREE

104.        

Machine Learning for Engineering and Science Applications – Online

AKSHATA SHETTY

105.        

Machine Learning for Engineering and Science Applications – Online

DEEPA

106.        

Machine Learning for Engineering and Science Applications – Online

VISHWAS ACHARYA

107.        

Machine Learning for Engineering and Science Applications – Online

ANITHA LAKSHMI T N

108.        

Machine Learning for Engineering and Science Applications – Online

RAHUL J

109.        

Machine Learning for Engineering and Science Applications – Online

DEEPIKA K V

110.        

Machine Learning for Engineering and Science Applications – Online

ANVITA KENI

111.        

Machine Learning for Engineering and Science Applications – Online

ROHAN K  R

112.        

Machine Learning for Engineering and Science Applications – Online

SHETTY SUPRIKSHA

113.        

Machine Learning for Engineering and Science Applications – Online

SINCHANA S KAMATH

114.        

Machine Learning for Engineering and Science Applications – Online

SHETTY SHEERI DINAKAR

115.        

Software Engineering – Online

ANUSHA

116.        

Software Engineering – Online

DEEKSHA D POOJARY

117.        

Introduction to Machine Learning IITM – Online

RAKSHITH GOWDA N

118.        

Introduction to Machine Learning IITM – Online

SRUSHTI

119.        

Introduction to Machine Learning IITM – Online

AISHWARYA HOSAMANI

120.        

Introduction to Machine Learning IITM – Online

MITHUN KUMAR D

121.        

Introduction to Machine Learning IITM – Online

SUSHMITHA SHET

122.        

Introduction to Machine Learning IITM – Online

MOHAMED AFNAN AMAN

123.        

Introduction to Machine Learning IITM – Online

AKSHITA POOJARY

2018-19

NPTELOnline Certification Courses

Department of CSE students was actively involved in NPTEL Online Certification Courses and Certification Exams. The 68 students(ODD Sem 31 + EVEN Sem 37) were successfully completed NPTEL Courses in this academic year on various courses like IoT, Machine Learning, Data Analytics, Java Programming, Cloud Computing etc.

Course Statistics Even Sem 2018-19

Course Name Number of students
Big Data Computing 11
Introduction to the Internet of Things 11
Programming in Java 9
RTOS 1
Social Networks 2
Cloud Computing 1
Data Mining 2
Total 37

Grade

 

Elite Gold 8
Elite Silver 7
Elite 5

The following students were scored Elite Gold, Elite Silver and Elite Grade by securing highest percentage in Certification Exams.

Sl.No. Name Course Percentage Grade
1. Prathiksha Introduction to Internet of Things 99 Elite Gold
2. Vleena Mascarenhes Introduction to Internet of Things 94 Elite Gold
3. Ameen Ahammed Introduction to Internet of Things 93 Elite Gold
4. Shwetha Introduction to Internet of Things 93 Elite Gold
5. Deekshith T R Introduction to Internet of Things 92 Elite Gold
6. Albin Francis Introduction to Internet of Things 92 Elite Gold
7. Asha Totagi Progarmming In Java 91 Elite Gold
8. Shwetha Progarmming In Java 90 Elite Gold
9. samrin banu Introduction To Internet Of Things 88 Elite Silver
10. Rabeya Introduction To Internet Of Things 88 Elite Silver
11. Ravali Progarmming In Java 88 Elite Silver
12. Kiran k Introduction To Internet Of Things 86 Elite Silver
13. Safnaaz Introduction To Internet Of Things 84 Elite Silver
14. Priyanka Killedar Progarmming In Java 84 Elite Silver
15. Netra Progarmming In Java 79 Elite Silver
16. Sheetal Introduction To Internet Of Things 70 Elite
17. Anusha Progarmming In Java 70 Elite
18. Aishwarya shetty Big Data Computing 65 Elite
19. Srilatha kamath Progarmming In Java 61 Elite
20. Pranav LM Progarmming In Java 60 Elite
21. Shriraksha Big Data Computing 59 Successfully completed
22. Viaks A L Progarmming In Java 58 Successfully completed
23. Nalini Big Data Computing 54 Successfully completed
24. Thejaswini M B Big Data Computing 53 Successfully completed
25. Varsha S Big Data Computing 52 Successfully completed
26. Geetanjali B RTOS-Real Time Operating Systems 51 Successfully completed
27. Shilpa shetty Big Data Computing 49 Successfully completed
28. Anusha Social Networks 49 Successfully completed
29. Deeksha poojary Social Networks 49 Successfully completed
30. Sumith Kumar Big Data Computing 48 Successfully completed
31. Shridevi Prabhu Big Data Computing 47 Successfully completed
32. prathiksha rai Big Data Computing 47 Successfully completed
33. Rakshitha HB Data Mining 46 Successfully completed
34. Aditya shetty Big Data Computing 41 Successfully completed
35. Meghana G R Big Data Computing 40 Successfully completed
36. Ranjith Cloud Computing 40 Successfully completed
37. Chithra R G Data Mining 40 Successfully completed

Students Achievements in Academic Colloboration/MoU Organizations

Sl. No Student Name Place Event Date Remarks
1. Rasik Shetty, Parikshith Adiga and Sanath Shetty National Remote Sensing Centre(NRSC), Hydrabad Paper Presentation 29th March,2019 Title: Data Analytics with ELK stack and custom dashboard application for Bhuvan usage statistics.
2. Netra S G SJCIT 400 mtrs. 26th -29th October 2018 Third Place
3. Netra S G SJCIT 400 mtrs. Hurdles 26th -29th October 2018 Third Place
4. Netra S G SJCIT 4X400 mtrs. Relay 26th -29th October 2018 First Place
5. Adithya Shetty Canara Engg. College Code Quest 28th Feb- 2nd March 2019 Participated
6. D’Silva Amit Canara Engg. College Code Quest 28th Feb- 2nd March 2019 Participated
7. Jagdish Rathi Canara Engg. College Code Quest 28th Feb- 2nd March 2019 Participated
8. Vishal Nayak S 19th VTU youth fest Janani 2018 2nd Nov – 4th Nov 2018 Participated
9. Marsh Vishal Lobo 19th VTU youth fest Janani 2018 2nd Nov – 4th Nov 2018 Participated
10. AdithyaShetty NITK -Incident 2019 Melas Quiz 02nd Mar 2019 Participated
11. D’silvaAmith NITK -Incident 2019 Melas Quiz 02nd Mar 2019 Participated
12. Deekshith Raj NITK -Incident 2019 Melas Quiz 02nd Mar 2019 Participated
13. Niharika NITK -Incident 2019 General Quiz 02nd Mar 2019 Participated
14. Mukesh NITK -Incident 2019 General Quiz 02nd Mar 2019 Participated
15. Rahul Nayak NITK -Incident 2019 General Quiz 02nd Mar 2019 Participated
16. Prajna NITK -Incident 2019 General Quiz 02nd Mar 2019 Participated
17. Safnaaz NITK -Incident 2019 General Quiz 02nd Mar 2019 Participated
18. Ameen NITK -Incident 2019 General Quiz 02nd Mar 2019 Participated

Participation in Inter-Institute events by students

Sl. No. Guide Name Students Name Year Project Title Status
1 Mr. Tahir N H B Mr. Pratheek P P 2017-2018 VBRAILLE: Text input of multi touch screen mobile phones Completed
2 Mr. Vivek Sharma Ms. Pragathi D K 2017-2018 A speakup App for people Completed
3. Mr. Vasudev S Shahpur Mr. AkashKubasad 2017-2018 Learn and Teach: A platform for digital classroom Completed

Student sponsored projects by- Karnataka State Council for Science &Technology (KSCST)

Sl. No. Guide Name Students Name Year Project Title Status
1 Mr Tahir N H B Mr Prateek P P 2017-2018 VBRAILLE: Text input of multi-touch screen mobile phones Completed
2 Mr Vivek Sharma Ms Pragathi D K 2017-2018 A speakup App for people Completed
3. Mr Vasudev S Shahpur Mr AkashKubasad 2017-2018 Learn and Teach: A platform for the digital classroom Completed

Papers published/ awards received by projects

Sl. No. Name of the Student Title of the paper Name of the publisher
 1 SHILPA
SUNITHA M R
MASKING SELECTED REGION OF MOVING OBJECT USING RGB MASKING TECHNIQUE IEEE
2 N MANASA MINING FREQUENT ITEMSET PURCHASE ON RETAIL OUTLET USING FREQUENT ITEMSET ULTRAMETRIC TREE ON HADOOP  ICRIT
3 ARCHANA ACHAR
DEEPA SHETTY
DEEPTHI SHETTY
IOT BASED PATIENT HEALTH MONITORING SYSTEM  IJCOT
4 ANVITHA BHAT H G
ARPITHA
BHAVYASHREE S B
HEMASHREE J
AUTOMATED NUMBER PLATE RECOGNITION TECHNIQUE FOR VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION  ICRIT
5 SAFNAZ K
SONY G KOTIAN
VEERABHADRA SWAMY M B
UMESH PUJAR
SENSOR BASED ATTENDANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ICRIT
6 CHANDAN
HARSHITHA BHAT
MOHITHA
NISHMITHA
ACCESS CONTROL FOR WEB BASED CLOUD COMPUTING SERVICES IEEE
7 K NIKHIL V SHETTY
MAHESHA
PRATHEEK P P
R TOSHITHA
VBRAILLE: TEXT INPUT OF MULTITOUCH SCREEN MOBILE PHONES  ICRIT
8 AKASH KUBASAD
NITHESH NARAYANA VAIDYA
A LOCATION SPECIFIC FRAME WORK TO UNITE TRAINERS AND LEARNERS  ICRIT

2018-19
2017-18
2018-19

Industrial Visit to E & Y, Bangalore

Department of Computer Science & Engineering organized Industrial Visit to Earnst & Young (EY), Bangalore for Final Year Placed Students on 5th April, 2019. Visit was planned on the occasion of EY Campus confluence Programmer. The working environment of EY has been studied by students.

 

Industrial Visit to IISc, Bangalore

Department of Computer Science & Engineering organized a Industrial Visit to IISc. Bangalore for 2nd Year Students on 23rd March 2019. Team of 48 students with 2 faculty members visited the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) during Open Day. Students were visited various department during this visit and participated in various events and guest lectures.

 

On this Open day, students got an opportunity to visit the Institute and go around the campus to explore the exciting science and technology initiatives and activities of the Institute. The Open Day featured popular lectures, experimental demos, poster presentations, quiz contests, scientific competitions, and exhibitions that was showcased in the various departments and centres. Our students exclusively visited Computational & Data Science(CDS) Centre and Computer Science & Automation(CSA) witnessed the following activities

  • Lab Demos 
  • Poster display
  • Talk by experts
  • Quizzes
  • Puzzles
  • Interactive Demos
  • Technical Quiz
  • Coding:
    • Game of Codes
    • Bet to code

Industrial Visit to VHEP, Hosangadi

Name of Industry: Varahi Hydro Electric Project, Varaahi, Kundapura Tq.

Date of Visit: 5th  March 2019, Tuesday

Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Ankitha Shetty & Ms. Shruthi Shetty J

Students: 3rd Year Students

          

 

Department of Computer Science & Engineering organized a Industrial Visit to Varaahi Hydro Electric Power Plant(VHEP), Hosangadi for 3rd Year Students of Department of Computer Science and Engineering on 5th March 2019. Team of 54 students with 2 faculty members visited the plant and gained practical knowledge on various theoretical concepts known to them, with the co-ordination of consultant guide at power plant.

 

Varahi Hydro Electric Project:

  • 4 Units x 115MW = 460 MW
  • The river Varahi takes its birth at a height of 730 m in the Western Ghats at Hebbagilu, near Agumbe in Shimoga District. It joins the Arabian Sea near Kundapur. After a 25 Km initial run, this swift and powerful river falls 455 m in cascades to form the bellowing Kunchikal falls.
  • Varahi is Karnataka’s first underground powerhouse – a key milestone in the corporation history of KPCL.
  • Varahi as a surface power house was later converted into an underground Powerhouse. The change-over was based on three key parameters: technical, economical and our concern for environment protection.
  • Stage I of the Varahi Hydro Electric Project has a total installed capacity of 230 MW   and  Stage II of the Varahi Hydro Electric Project has a total installed capacity of 230 MW contributing 1100 MU annually.
  • This consists of 4 x 115 MW Generating Units at Varahi underground Powerhouse and two 4.5 MW units in Varahi Tail Race Mini Hydel Scheme ‐ 37.5 MW

 

Varahi Tail Race Mini Hydel Scheme:

The Varahi Tail race Mini Hydel Scheme is located on river Varahi, downstream of the location of the Underground power house of Varahi Hydro Electric Project, presently having an installed capacity of 230MW (2 x 115MW).

The VTR Mini Hydel Scheme utilizes the tail race waters of the Varahi Underground power house and water from independent catchment upto the diversion weir site on Varahi River just downstream of Varahi Underground power house tailrace confluence and the drop in the river bed level upto location of VTR Mini Hydel Scheme Power House location, for power generation. The scheme is developed by M/s Sandur Power Ltd. the power house at the Mani Dam site.

IT and Computerization:

The Corporation has taken a number of IT initiatives to meet its business commitments. Some of the IT activities/infrastructure as detailed below:

  • Hardware platform: Provided Blade Servers and Rack Servers
  • Connectivity: Established; OFC connectivity between all major power houses and office complex, Local Area Network and Wide Area Network through MPLS/MLLN circuits of BSNL at corporate and major project offices.
  • Application Software: The application software developed and implemented are:
    • Fuel Management System
    • Integrated Inventory Management System
    • Owing to many changes in government policies, increased number of projects, KTPP act, e-portal procedures and increased number of spares due to technological changes made to modify the entire IIMS package to suit to present day conditions without deviating the KPCL’s administrative procedures in vogue modified IIMS to suit the requirement of RTPS and BTPS with the following major features and implemented:
      • Standardized the procedure/functions/ activities performed on inventory management.
      • Defined the responsibilities / accountability.
      • Increased the speed of processing of purchase of materials.
      • Introduced “Material Requirement Planning”.
      • to move towards paperless transaction in inventory management
    • Generation Management System
  • Other software: AutoCAD, STAAD, Adobe software and e-tab are being used extensively at Design offices. Oracle 9i/11g database, Oracle 10g Application server, Oracle Forms 6i and Reports 6i are used for application software.
  • E-procurement: Government of Karnataka e-procurement portal is being used for procurement of goods and services as per the transparency act at corporate office and projects as per KTTP Act.

2017-18

ISRO-ISAC & HAL, Bangalore

A Report on Two Day Industrial Visit to Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) Satellite Centre (ISAC), Bangalore & HAL Heritage Centre, Bangalore

The department of Computer Science and Engineering had organized an industrial visit for 36 students of the Sixth semester B.E on the 20th March 2018, who were accompanied by three of the faculties of the department.

ISRO Satellite Centre (ISAC) is the lead center of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) responsible for design, development, assembly & integration of communication, navigation, remote sensing, scientific and small satellite missions. For the benefit of students there is a space exhibition center at ISAC. Our students were able to see the exhibition. Scientist Mr. H L Srinivasa explained each and every display unit kept for the exhibition. It includes the models of the first Indian satellite Aryabhatta, APPLE, INSAT series etc. Satellites are basically of two types- Indian Remote Sensing (IRS) satellites and communication satellites. IRS-1A was the first remote sensing mission undertaken by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). It was a part-operational, part-experimental mission to develop Indian expertise in satellite imagery.

Students also gained knowledge about how television signals are broadcasted with the help of satellites. A working model was demonstrated. Various images of India taken at different angles from the satellites, for the purpose of geographical/weather study were seen. Latest images of moon obtained from satellite was also shown. Different electronic devices used in satellite and space communication were explained.

The most interesting part was the tour of the lab areas where the students were shown the making of real satellites in the clean room and were given a glimpse of the equipment and manpower involved in the making, testing and launching of satellites. The tour was extremely informative and greatly benefitted the students and enhanced their knowledge about ISRO and its satellites. It was followed by an informative and interesting movie showing the establishment of the organization and the immense achievements of ISRO in the past and its plans for the future.

The visit to HAL Heritage Centre, Bangalore was organized on 20th March 2018 with the prior permission and guidance of beloved HOD Dr. ManjunathKotari.

The guiding staff onsite was very supportive to all students and guided to her best. Students had practical insights about LCA (Light combat Aircraft division). They also had audio video presentation on the development of propulsion system and gas turbine followed by visit to Heritage center and Aerospace Museum where a number of aircrafts and aero engines are on display.   It was a good experience, which has provided exposure to the pre-final year students with the knowledge of Aviation. The students are benefited in terms of the technical details provided by the company. The students also enjoyed learning new things.

Industrial Visit To UPCL

The department of Computer Science and Engineering had organized an industrial visit for 65 students of the Fourth semester B.E on the 13th March, 2018, who were accompanied by Two of the faculties of the department.

Udupi  Power Co-operation Limited(UPCL) is a subsidiary of Adani Power limited(APL) .It has established a 2×600 MW coal based power plant which is located in notified industrial area at villages Yelluru and Santhuru,Taluk  Udupi,District Udupi,Karnataka State.It is also the largest private power producer in India.

The units at the UPCL comprises of:

  • Demineralization plant
  • RFG
  • Clarifier-2
  • Cascade Aerator
  • BTG-Boiler Turbine Generator
  • Ash sylo tank
  • Surge tank
  • Setting tank
  • Track hopper
  • CHP-Coal Handling Plan
  • Machine stacker rechamber
  • ESP-Elactrostatic Precipitators
  • FGP-Fume Gas differlization System
  • Chlorination Tank
  • Natural Cooling Towers

The power plant of Udupi  is India’s first power plant which uses 100% imported coal.

  • The coal has less ash content as compared to Indian coal that is  per kg the ash content is 10.20%.Because of the less ash content the heat efficiency  and the capacity of the coal is more .Per day  around 8000 metric ton  coal is imported from Indonesia and Australia.The coal is imported and is sent to  track hopper  CHP-Coal  Handling Plan.There are a total of 2 units containing 12 bunkers with 6 bunkers per unit.4 bunkers run at a time where as the other 2 bunkers are kept  for stand-by.The unit has also got 2 salt water ponds,which are used for the purification of the sea water required  for the production of electricity. The water is taken through the large pipelines which are underground connected to the nearest seashore, emptied into these lakes.The total water requirement for the purposed project is 14381 m3/hr. The requirement  is fulfilled by the Arabian Sea.Due to the operational constraints faced in the sea water intake system,the system is designed to cater for both the phases upto sea water intake  pump house.The sea water intake and outfall locations are finalized by CSIR-NIO,Goa.

Location and Description of the Site                                  

The entire project area falls under  industrial area notified by State govt. of Karnataka.

The National Highway, NH-66 runs at a distance of 5 km, west connecting Mangalore to Udupi and State highway SH1 connecting NH66 from Padubidri to Karkala runs at a distance of 2.0 km, South from the proposed plant boundary.The site is located adjacent to new broad gauge of Konkan  Railways connecting Mangalore to Mumbai.

Anticipated environmental impacts & Mitigation Measures

  The preventive measures are taken care of in the power plant for the following fields

  • Air Environment
  • Noise Environment
  • Water Environment
  • Solid waste generation
  • Green-belt Development
  • Socio-Economic Measures

Project benefits

The  purposed project by UPCL would enable to meet part of the growing power demand  in the Karnataka State which is due to rapid industrialization and also due to large  scale use of electricity for irrigation, domestic  and commercial purposes. Further , the   purposed power  plant will result in improvement  of infrastructure as well upliftment of  social structure in the area.It is anticipated that the  purposed water plant will provide benefits for the locals in two phases i.e. during construction phase as well as during operational phase.

Industrial Visit to VHEP(Varahi Hydro Electric Project), VARAHI

 

Name of Industry: Varahi Hydro Electric Project

Date of Visit: 13/10/2017, Friday

Faculty Coordinators: Hemanth Kumar N P and Vivek Sharma

 

As a part of their academics, 3rd year students of Department of Computer Science and Engineering visited VHEP, Hosangadi on 13th October 2017.

Team of 39 students with 2 faculty members visited the plant and gained practical knowledge on various theoretical concepts known to them, with the co-ordination of consultant guide at power plant. The sites such as Varahi hydro electric project and Varahi Tail race mini hydel scheme were toured during our visit and also got to know how the information technology is used in these power projects.

4 Units x 115MW = 460 MW

Varahi is Karnataka’s first underground powerhouse – a key milestone in the corporation history of KPCL.  Varahi as a surface power house was later converted into an underground Powerhouse. The change-over was based on three key parameters: technical, economical and our concern for environment protection.  Stage I of the Varahi Hydro Electric Project has a total installed capacity of 230 MW   and Stage II of the Varahi Hydro Electric Project has a total installed capacity of 230 MW contributing 1100 MU annually. This consists of 4 x 115 MW Generating Units at Varahi underground Powerhouse and two 4.5 MW units in Varahi Tail Race Mini Hydel Scheme ‐ 37.5 MW

IT and Computerization

The Corporation has taken a number of IT initiatives to meet its business commitments. Some of the IT activities/infrastructure as detailed below:

  • Hardware platform: Provided Blade Servers and Rack Servers
  • Connectivity: Established; OFC connectivity between all major power houses and office complex, Local Area Network and Wide Area Network through MPLS/MLLN circuits of BSNL at corporate and major project offices.
  • Application Software: The application software developed and implemented are:
    • Fuel Management System
    • Integrated Inventory Management System
    • Owing to many changes in government policies, increased number of projects, KTPP act, e-portal procedures and increased number of spares due to technological changes made to modify the entire IIMS package to suit to present day conditions without deviating the KPCL’s administrative procedures in vogue modified IIMS to suit the requirement of RTPS and BTPS with the following major features and implemented:
      • Standardized the procedure/functions/ activities performed on inventory management.
      • Defined the responsibilities / accountability.
      • Increased the speed of processing of purchase of materials.
      • Introduced “Material Requirement Planning”.
      • to move towards paperless transaction in inventory management
    • Generation Management System
  • Other software: AutoCAD, STAAD, Adobe software and e-tab are being used extensively at Design offices. Oracle 9i/11g database, Oracle 10g Application server, Oracle Forms 6i and Reports 6i are used for application software.
  • E-procurement: Government of Karnataka e-procurement portal is being used for procurement of goods and services as per the transparency act at corporate office and projects as per KTTP Act.

StudentFaculty
2019-20
2018-19
2017-18
2019-20

Python Programming in Data Analytics

Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology conducted a two days National Level Workshop on “Applications of Python Programming in Data Analytics and Machine Learning- Research Perspective” for for all external participants from various institutions, IIIT internship students and also inhouse faculties organized by Department of Computer Science and Engineering in Association with CSI on 4th and 5th July 2019. The workshop was inaugurated by Sri Vivek Alva, Managing Trustee, AEF. The Principal Dr. Peter Fernandes, AIET, Dr. Praveen J Dean (Aca), Prof. Manjunath Kothari, H.O.D, Dept. CSE and all The HODs of various departments and all staff members and student volunteers were also present during the inauguration function along with the resource person Dr. S. Mohideen Badhusha. And also total 49 participants had been participated in this workshop.

 

 

Dr. Peter Fernandes Principal AIET Moodbidri had given a brief about the National Level workshop and also motivated our IIIT students for internship and major projects in data analytics and machine learning.

 

The event inauguration was published in Vijay Karnataka paper

 

Workshop Overview

  • The workshop imparts a fundamental knowledge in Python required for Data Analytics and Machine Learning with Jupyter Notebook
  • The practical programming exercises assigned amidst the lecture hours enhance the interest of solving problems in Data Analytics using python
  • It provides hands-on training sessions which offer a basic data structures in Python (List, Tuple, Dictionary & files)
  • It provides hands-on training sessions which implements data structures, Data Munging, Manipulation and Exploratory analysis using Pandas
  • It finally imparts the knowledge of solving a Case-Study of Data science project and Machine Learning Model using different Python Libraries such as Pandas, Numpy, SkLearn and Matplotlib with Jupyter Notebook
  • Development of different real-life applications using PHP and MySQL and offers a comprehensive knowledge in the development of on-line management system.

 

Resource person Introduction had been done by Prof. Mangala Kini Assistant Professor Department of CSE.

 

 

Dr. Peter Fernandes Principal AIEt Moodbidri had given guest talk and motivated all participants of this workshop

 

 

Then the Sessions of the workshop started as per time table

Day 1

Session 1 Basic data structures in Python (List,Tuple,Dictionary & files) in Jupyter Notebook  – Exercises.

Session 2 Hands-on training

Session 3 Implementations of  its data structures, Data Munging, Manipulation,  Exploratory analysis using Pandas in Jupyter Notebook

Session 4 Hands-on training

 

Day 2

Session 1 How to develop your data science project?- A case study- using jupyter notebook

Session 2 Hands-on training

 

Session 3 How to develop your machine learning model- A case study- using jupyter notebook

Session 4: Hands-on training

 

End of the session collected oral feedback from the participants for the better enhancement of training programs in future.   

 

The day was ended with a valedictory function and event was narrated by Ms. Megha Hegde,  Mrs. Mangala Kiniand and Mr. Sushant Mangasuli and at the end of the function Dr. Manjunath Kothari H.O.D Department of CSE, Resource Person Dr. S. Mohideen Badhusha Department of CSE and Dr. Praveen J Dean (Aca) distributed certificates to all the participants. All media persons were also present for the event.

 

BLOCK CHAIN

Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology conducted a two days National Level Workshop on “Blockchain Technologies” for for all external participants from various Departments, organized by Department of Computer Science and Engineering in Association with EMURGO Academics on 27th Sep to 4th Oct 2019.The workshop was inaugurated by the Principal Dr. Peter Fernandes, AIET, Dr. Praveen J Dean (Aca), Prof. Manjunath Kothari, H.O.D, Dept. CSE and all The HODs of various departments and all staff members and student volunteers were also present during the inauguration function and also total 52 participants had been attended in this workshop.

 

Why EMURGO?

  • EMURGO Global is the official commercial and venture arm of the Cardano project, registered in Tokyo since June 2017 and in Singapore since May 2018. Being a pioneer in the space of Blockchain, EMURGO enables pragmatic solutions by leveraging “3rd Generation Blockchain Technology- Cardano”. We work closely in a unique affiliation with IOHK, to promote Cardano’s adoption and growth of its ecosystem, globally by building, investing, and advising projects and organizations that adopt Cardano’s decentralized blockchain ecosystem. With a strong presence in Singapore, New York, and Indonesia; we have now recently set foot in India.
  • EMURGO Academy is a Global Blockchain Learning Solutions entity of EMURGO Global established in Jan 2019 to focus on incubation, Training and evangelising Blockchain to foster deep fundamental understanding of blockchain technology and thus establish an education program to drive practical usage of blockchain technology around the globe.

 

Workshop goals:

 

  • Getting the participants familiar with the blockchain technology and understanding what makes it revolutionary.
  • After the workshop, participants should be able recognize the advantages of the blockchain technology as well as its limitations.
  • Besides that, they should be able to roughly asses how the blockchain technology might be implemented in their company/organization, what benefits it would bring, what challenges would arise and what resources would be needed for the implementation.

 

 

End of the session collected oral feedback from the Resource person and also from participants for the better enhancement of training programs in future.

Applications of Python programming in Data analytics and Machine Learning

A Seven days Internship Programme on  “Applications of Python  programming in Data analytics and Machine Learning” conducted on  22.1.20 -24.1.20 & 27.1.20 -30.1.20    Venue:  ISE lab,4th floor was organized by  Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology  for  internal participants from circuit branch students organized by Department of Computer Science and Engineering in Association with IIIT Allahabad.

 

 

The workshop was inaugurated by Sri Vivek Alva, Managing Trustee, AEF. The Principal Dr. Peter Fernandes, AIET, Dr. Praveen J Dean (Aca), Prof. Manjunath Kothari, H.O.D/ CSE and  the HoDs of various departments and all staff members and student volunteers were also present during the inauguration function along with the resource person Dr. S. Mohideen Badhusha/Professor,CSE.

 

Dr. Manjunath Kothari, Head Department of CSE has given a brief about internship programme and outcomes of this programme.

 

Objectives of the Workshop

 

  • The workshop imparts a fundamental knowledge in Python required for Data Analytics and Machine Learning with Jupyter Notebook
  • The practical programming exercises assigned amidst the lecture hours enhance the interest of solving problems in Data Analytics using python 
  • It provides hands-on training sessions which offer a basic data structures in Python (List,Tuple,Dictionary& files)
  • It provides hands-on training sessions which implements data structures, Data Munging, Manipulation and  Exploratory analysis using Pandas
  • It finally imparts the knowledge of solving a Case-Study of Data science project and Machine Learning Model using different Python Libraries such as Pandas, Numpy, SkLearn and Matplotlib with Jupyter Notebook

 

                                                                                       

2018-19
Workshops & Training for Students

Hadoop for Big Data Analytics

Department of CSE organized workshop on “Hadoop for Big Data Analytics” for the final year students during 12th March to 19th March,2019. The Workshop was inaugurated by Mr. Manjunath Mulimanni, Research Scholar, NITK, Surathkal , Dr. Manjunath Kotari HOD CSE and Prof. Jayathkumar Rathod, HOD ISE.  The 97 final years were participated in this workshop.

 

Hadoop is 100% open or free source, and pioneered a fundamentally new way of storing and processing data. Instead of relying on expensive, proprietary hardware and different systems to store and process data, Hadoop enables distributed parallel processing of huge amounts of data across inexpensive, industry-standard servers that both store and process the data, and can scale without limits. With Hadoop, no data is too big. And in today’s hyper-connected world where more and more data is being created every day, Hadoop’s breakthrough advantages mean that businesses and organizations can now find value in data that was recently considered useless.

 

OBJECTIVE:

To gain the hands on experience in the Hadoop fo Big Data

 

FEED BACK

The participants learnt how to MapReduce using hadoop concepts. The speaker gave the details of Big Data from the scratch. He explained with good examples. Overall the participants were very happy. They attended the workshop with enthusiasm all the sessions. The workshop was a big hit. 

 

OUTCOMES

The participants got both Theoretical and Practical knowledge about BIGDATA and HADOOP. Planning to setup BIGDATA and HADOOP Lab. More and more research activity are to be planned on HADOOP.

 

RESOURCE PERSON

Mr. Manjunath Mulimani (Research Scholar)

Department: – Computer Science Engineering

Education: – NITK, Surathkal

Workshop on “Let’s Latex”

 

Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology conducted a 2 days Student development Program on “Let’s LaTeX” for Final year students organized by Department of Computer Science and Engineering on 14th and 15th February 2019. The workshop was inaugurated by Dr. Manjunath Kothari A, H.O.D, Dept. CSE and also addressed the students. Resource person- Dr. Sumith N, all faculty members and final year students were also present during the inauguration.

 

Workshop Overview

 This workshop imparts a fundamental knowledge required to design and write papers and reports using LaTeX tool.  The practical exercises assigned amidst the lecture hours enhanced the interest of students to use the tool for their final year project report.

Course Goal: To master the techniques required to write a professional project report and paper based on the format of the respective publication.

Course Objective 

  • Learn syntax, features of, and commands to utilize the LaTeX tool.
  • Design and write a document using the tool.

Topics covered 

  • Installing Latex Software
  • Latex Environments And Packages
  • Document Writing
  • Paper Formats
    • IEEE
    • Springer
    • Elsevier Presentation Slides
  • Writing Reports
    • Chapters
    • Section

Workshop on “C++ and Java”

 

Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology conducted a 5 days workshop on “C++ and Java – an interview based approach and a bridge course for OOC with hands-on sessions” for 2nd year students on 11th to 15th FEB 2019. The workshop was inaugurated Mr. Vivek Alva, Managing Trustee, AEF. The Principal Dr. Peter Fernandes, AIET and Prof. Manjunath Kothari,  H.O.D, Dept. CSE and all The HODs of various departments and all staff members and student volunteers were also present during the inauguration function along with the resource person Dr. S. MohideenBadhusha. And also total 123 participants from 2nd Year CSE were participated in this workshop.

 

Workshop Overview

 

  • Basic fundamentals about c++ and java programming.
  • This workshop provided a brief knowledge about object oriented concepts
  • This workshop imparts a fundamental knowledge required to design and develop of mini project using object oriented concepts.
  • This workshop filled gap between academic and university syllabus.
  • The practical programming exercises assigned amidst the lecture hours enhance the interest of development of different real-life applications using c++, java and object oriented concepts.

Course Goal

To master all techniques of software development in the C++ Programming Language and demonstrate these techniques by the solution of a variety of problems spanning the breadth of the language.

Topics covered

  • Intro to Classes and Objects
  • Control Structures
  • Methods
  • Arrays
  • Pointers
  • Classes
  • Inheritance
  • Polymorphism
  • Templates
  • Exceptions
  • Files
  • STL
  • Operator Overloading

 

The proceedings of the workshop are as follows:

 

DAY 1

Session 1: Introduction to object oriented programming paradigm – Understanding of important basic terminologies of OOPs   such as Class and objects, constructors, encapsulation, abstraction, Information hiding in C++ with example programs. 

 

Session 2:Inheritance, types of inheritance, polymorphism, types of polymorphism,   dynamic binding, Static binding, Virtual and pure virtual Functions, Abstract class,Templates in C++ with example programs.

 

DAY 2

Session 1:File handling functions, Exception handling, In-line functions and Friend function and class in C++ with example programs. Class and objects, constructors, encapsulation, abstraction, Information hiding in Java with example programs.

 

Session 2:Basic operators Logical expression; Type casting; Strings Control Statements: Selection statements, iteration statements, Jump Statements in Java and exercises.

 

DAY 3

Session 1: Applets,Multi-Threaded Programming, Event Handling and Swings in Java and exercises

Session 2:Practice Session for rigorous training of Interview based questions 

 

End of the session collected oral feedback from the students for the better enhancement of training programs in future.

 

The day was ended with a valedictory function where all the participants are provided with certificates.

Internship Training Program on Deep Learning

 

A three weeks Student Internship Program on ‘Data Analytics, Machine Learning and Deep Learning’ was organized by the Department of Computer Science Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering and Information Science Engineering at Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology, for the students of Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology from 15th to 29th  January 2019. Dr. Satish Kumar Singh, Associate Professor, Department of Information Technology, Indian Institute of Information Technology – Allahabad and Dr. Mohammed Javed, Assistant Professor Department of Information Technology, Indian Institute of Information Technology – Allahabad were present during inauguration.

 

The inaugural function commenced with a formal introduction of the dignitaries by Dr. Manjunath Kotari, HOD, Department of Computer Science Engineering, AIET and welcomed the gathering. Dr. Praveen J, Dean Academics, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering introduced the resource persons.  Mr. Vivek Alva, Managing Trustee AIET, Dr. Dattatreya G, Dean Research and Mr. Jayanth Kumar Rathod, HOD, Department of Information Science Engineering was also present in the inaugural function. Mr. Vivek Alva shared his experience about the visit to Indian Institute of Information Technology – Allahabad and briefed about the applications of machine learning and big data analytics and how it has gained its popularity in the recent times. Dr. Satish Kumar Singh delivered his address by stating that machine learning and AI concepts have been in existence since the 1960’s but has only recently gained popularity due to advancements in computing and hardware technologies. Dr. Mohammed Javed, shared his experience he had at Alva’s as a student and how it moulded to shapen his career growth. He expressed his views on Big Data Analytics concluding the inaugural session, soon after which the internship sessions followed.

 

The following topics have been covered by resource persons daywise is  as follows.

 

Date

Resource Person

Topics Covered

15/01/2019

Dr. Satish Kumar Singh

What is and image?, How images are formed? Digital images and biometrics

 

Dr. Mohammed Javed

Data Analytics, Different type of tools for big data, An assignment to analyse and install different tools

16/01/2019

Dr. Satish Kumar Singh

Analysis of the biometric and biometric images, Gaussian curve analysis

 

Research Scholars

Hands on session on Anaconda Navigator tool and Jyupter tools and their working

17/01/2019

Dr. Mohammed Javed

Image processing and its applications, image segmentation, filtering and others concepts

 

Research Scholars

Hands on session on the numpy using Anaconda Navigator

18/01/2019

Dr. Mohammed Javed

MAT lab and image processing  an Hands on session

 

Research Scholars

Students done the Mini projects on the problems stated by Dr. Mohammed Javed to the various groups

19/01/2019

Research Scholars

MAT lab and image processing concepts with hands on session for segmentation, restoration, and etc.

 

Research Scholars

MAT lab and image processing concepts with hands on session for, edge detection, object detection and etc.

21/01/2018

Prof. Shekhar Verma 

Deep Learning Concepts, TensorFlowand TensorFlow library

 

Dr. Krishna Pratap Singh

Training and Testing of Image procession and PytorchPackage installation and edge detections

22/01/2019

Prof. Shekhar Verma 

Concepts of Supervised learning, unsupervised learning

 

Dr. Krishna Pratap Singh

Concepts of Reinforced learning and semi supervised learning

23/01/2019

Prof. Shekhar Verma 

Semi-supervised learning(SSL), Markov Decision Processes (MDP) Policy  Future Return, Discounted Future Return , Deep Q-Network (DQN)

 

Dr. Krishna Pratap Singh

Self-Training, Generative Models, S3VMs, Graph-Based Algorithms, Multi-view Algorithms

24/01/2019

Prof. Shekhar Verma 

Random number generations, finding the distance programs and its executions

 

Dr. Krishna Pratap Singh

K-Near and finite array , Graphical representation of  KNN

25/01/2019

Prof. Shekhar Verma 

Regression, Classification, Clustering, Under-fitting and OverfittingOptimization

 

 

Dr. Krishna Pratap Singh

Linear Regression for Machine Learning, ReRegularizationgression Model Representation, Gradient Descent,

 

The valedictory program of the Internship was held on 29th Jan,2019.

WORKSHOP for Alva’s BCA Students

 

Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology conducted a 3 days workshop on Inter College Level Workshop on “PYTHON PROGRAMMING” organized by department of computer science and engineering from Sep 17th to 19th 2018. The workshop was inaugurated by Dr. Manjunath Kotari, Professor and Head, Department of computer science and engineering. The HODs of various departments, Deans of the institution were also present for the inauguration function along with the resource person Dr. S. Mohideen Badhusha. Participants from Alva’s Degree College students have been participated.

 

Total Number of external candidates participated : 39

Resource Person : Dr. S. Mohideen Badhusha, Sr. Professor, Dept of CSE, AIET.

Workshop Coordinator : Mr. Sushant Mangasuli, Assistant |Professor, Dept of CSE, AIET.

 

The proceedings of the workshop are as follows:

Day 1: Started with the demonstration on salient and unique features of  python programming along with the hands on training in the basic programming constructs such as iteration and strings with relevant exercise in python and also hands-on sessions

 

Day 2: Started with demonstration on introduction of lists and tuples, directory and files with the hands on training in implementing the simple programs with relevant exercises in python programming. Demonstration of implementing the inbuilt functions in python programming along with hands on training in implementation of the inbuilt functions with relevant exercises.

Day 3:  Started with demonstration on basic of python to read XML data along with the hands on training for implementing basic XML data queries and The afternoon session was followed with the demonstration of development of Mini-project on Salary report  using XML and Python

The day was ended with a valedictory function where all the participants were provided with certificates.

 

Web Development using HTML, CSS and PHP with Mini project

 

Department of CSE conducted a 6 days workshop on “Web Development using HTML, CSS and PHP with Miniproject” for 2nd year students organized by Department of Computer Science and Engineering on 6th to 11th AUG 2018. The inauguration function held on 6th by Resource person Dr. S. Mohideen Badhusha. And also total 106 participants from our department had been participated in this workshop.

 

Workshop Overview

 

  • This workshop imparts a fundamental knowledge required to design and develop an on-line management system of client–server technology using dynamic, data-base driven web pages using HTML, CSS and PHP.
  • It provides hands-on training sessions which offer a creative idea in the development of on-line management systems
  • The practical programming exercises assigned amidst the lecture hours enhance the interest of development of different real-life applications using HTML, CSS, PHP and MySQL and offers a comprehensive knowledge in the development of on-line management system.

Pre-requisite Knowledge/Skills:

Basic programming skill in Logical development with fundamental SQL knowledge.

Course Objective

  • Elucidate salient unique features of the server sided programming script,PHP
  • Analyze the basic programming constructs of PHP and commands in MySQL in perspective of imparting fundamental programming knowledge using hands-on sessions
  • Apply the knowledge acquired for the development of web oriented applications by creating on-line management systems based on client server technology.
  • Design and develop the on-line web oriented applications by imparting hands-on training sessions

The proceedings of the workshop are as follows:

 

DAY 1

Session 1: Demonstration on Salient and Unique features of PHP

Session 2: Hands-on training in the basic programming constructs with relevant exercises in PHP

Session 3: Demonstration on advanced programming constructs in PHP and CSS and its applications

Session 4: Hands-on training in implementing the advanced programming constructs with relevant exercises in PHP

DAY 2

Session 1: Demonstration of implementing the in-built functions in PHP using python programming.

Session 2: Hands-on training in implementation of the in-built functions with relevant exercises in PHP

Session 3: Demonstration on basic programming constructs  in PHP

Session 4: Hands-on training with the exercises in PHP

DAY 3

Session 1: Demonstration on application programs of PHP and HTML controls.

Session 2: Hands-on training with the exercises in the application programs of PHP and HTML controls

Session 3: Development of Mini Project work using PHP, HTML and CSS

  • Students Mark Report
  • Employee Payroll

Session 4: Development of Mini Project work using PHP,HTML and CSS

  • Students Mark Report
  • Employee Payroll

 

The day was ended with a valedictory function where all the participants are provided with certificates.

2017-18

Development of Python Applications using MySQL, SQlite and XML

27th FEB to 03rd MAR, 2018.

A 5 days workshop on “Development of Python Applications using MySQL, SQlite and XML” has been organized by Department of Computer Science and Engineering, AIET, Mijar from 27th FEB to 03rd MAR 2018. The workshop was inaugurated by Dr. Manjunath Kothari H.O.D, Dept. CSE and  all staff members and student volunteers were also present during the inauguration function along with the resource person Dr. S. Mohideen Badhusha.  54 internal participants from  Computer Science and Engineering department, Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology have participated in this workshop.

 

Workshop Overview

  • The workshop imparts a fundamental knowledge required to write program in Python language
  • It provides hands-on training sessions which offer a creative idea in solving problems using python program
  • The practical programming exercises assigned midst the lecture hours enhance the interest of development of different real-life applications using python
  • It offers the knowledge of advanced programming constructs in Python and It provides hands-on training sessions in related concepts.
  • The workshop imparts the knowledge of implementation of  applications in Python using GUI, SQlite, MySQL and XML.
  • The workshop offers the knowledge of design and develop application oriented programs using python,

 

Resource Person :

Dr. S.Mohideen Badhusha

Sr.Professor/CSE, AIET

Convener:

Dr. Manjunath Kothari

Professor & Head, CSE

Co-convener:

Mr Sushant Mangasuli

Assistant Professor

Department of CSE

 

Pre-requisite Knowledge/Skills:

Basic Programming skill in Logical development with basic knowledge in XML and MySQL

 

Course Objective

  • Elucidate salient unique features of Python language
  • Analyze the basic programming constructs of Python language in perspective of  imparting  fundamental programming knowledge using hands-on sessions
  • Apply the acquired knowledge for the development of Python applications by continuous practical sessions.
  • Design and develop the Python applications using XML, GUI, SQlite and MySQL by offering hands-on training sessions and Mini-project work

 

The proceedings of the workshop are as follows:

 

DAY 1

Session 1: Demonstration on salient and unique features of Python

Session 2: Hands-on training in the basic programming constructs with relevant exercises in Python

Session 3: Demonstration on advanced programming constructs in Python

Session 4: Hands-on training in implementing the advanced programming constructs with relevant exercises in Python

 

DAY 2

Session 1 : Demonstration on  Advanced data structures in Python

Session 2 : Hands-on training  in  implementing the Advanced data structures in Python with relevant exercises in Python

Session 3: Demonstration on the String and file handling functions in Python

Session 4: Hands-on training in implementing the String and File handling functions with relevant exercises in Python

 

DAY 3 :

Session 1: Demonstration of  MySQL – Python  Application programming 

Session 2: Hands-on training in implementing simple applications using MySQL- Python

Session 3: Demonstration of implementing  GUI programming and its components

Session 4: Hands-on training in implementation of  GUI programming with relevant exercises in Python

 

DAY 4:

Session 1: Demonstration of development of  Python applications with XML

Session 2: Hands-on training in development of  Python applications using XML with relevant exercises

Session 3: Demonstration of development of Python applications with SQlite

Session 4: Hands-on training in the development of  Python applications with SQlite

 

DAY 5: Development of Mini Project work using Python, XML, MySQL and SQlite

The following projects were developed during this workshop

 

  • Students Mark Report
  • Employee Payroll
  • Banking Management System
  • Inventory Control System
  • Hotel Management System

 

 

The day was ended with a valedictory function where all the participants are provided with certificates. Two best Mini-projects developed by students’ batches have been selected for cash prizes and distributed with the certificates of appreciation.

 

Workshop on Web Oriented approach using PHP/MySQL

Department of CSE organized 4 days Workshop on “Web Oriented approach using PHP/MySQL” from 17th to 20th January,2018 for BCA students of Alva’s Degree College. The Workshop was inaugurated by Resource Person Dr. M.S. Badhusha, Professor CSE dept, Prof. Sunil, HOD CS, Alva’s Degree College and Mr. Sushant M, Workshop Coordinator on 17th Jan,2018.

 

The proceedings of the workshop are as follow:

Day 1: The demonstration was made on ‘Salient and unique features of PHP’ with the hands-on training sessions in the basic programming constructs along with relevant exercises in PHP followed by advanced programming constructs in PHP with HTML.

Day 2: The demonstration was made on ‘Introduction to the object oriented programming concepts in PHP’ along with the hands-on training sessions in implementing the simple object oriented programs with relevant exercises in PHP followed by the demonstration of implementing the in-built functions in PHP.

Day 3: Basic MySQL commands are delivered along with the hands-on training sessions for implementing basic queries in MySQL followed by demonstration of implementing advanced queries in MySQL.

Day 4: The exercises on ‘Development of web oriented applications using PHP, HTML and MySQL’ with the hands-on training sessions for developing on-line applications followed by the demonstration of development of online management system using PHP, HTML and MySQL with Case Studies.

 

Workshop on Web Development Programming

Department of CSE organized a 45 days internship course on “Web development Programming” from 16th January to 5th March 2018. The workshop was inaugurated by Mrs. Seema Nair, CEO Calibre Code, Pvt Ltd on 16th Jan, 2018. Dr. Manjunath Kotari and Prof. Venkatesh were present during the inauguration.  Thirteen Students were got the benefits from this internship.

 

Complete Web Development Suite is a comprehensive training program that equips students with the all the necessary tools and techniques of web development with extensive practice in coding of functional web applications.


The web development program provides training on a series of server-side and client-side programming languages and techniques to develop websites that are more responsive to the audience, thereby generating greater user engagement.


Using cascading style sheets such as CSS and CSS3 for controlling web page layouts enables the development of pages that are more user friendly for scree-reader users. Client-side scripting languages such as JavaScript entailed here enable the creation of interactive effects among the web browsers.

The resource person assigned the work to students about how to build small projects using this web development course. Finally 22 students of 3rd years were get benefited with this course.

 

WORKSHOP on PYTHON PROGRAMMING

A two days workshop on “PYTHON PROGRAMMING” with interactive hands-on sessions has been conducted by the department of Computer Science and Engineering in Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology on March 7th and 8th, 2017. The workshop was inaugurated by Sri Vivek Alva, Managing Trustee, Alva’s Educational Foundation and an inspirational talk regarding the learning of a programming language like Python was offered by him.  The Principal Dr. Peter Fernandes, AIET also addressed the gathering and conveyed few encouraging words to the participants. Prof. Manjunath Kotari, HOD/ CSE, Resource Person of the workshop,  Dr. S. Mohideen Badhusha, Deans and  HODs of various departments, all staff members and student volunteers were also present during the inauguration function.  80 external participants from Alva’s Degree College (B.C.A) have participated in this workshop.

 

 

 The proceedings of the workshop are as follows:

Day 1: The session I started with the demonstration on salient and unique features on Python, along with the hands-on training in the basic programming constructs with relevant exercises in Python and the session II started with the demonstration on advanced programming constructs in Python with hands-on training in implementing the advanced programming constructs with relevant exercises in Python.

 

Day 2: The session III started  with demonstration on introduction to the object oriented programming concepts in Python programming along with the hands-on training in implementing the object oriented programs with relevant exercises in Python and also demonstration of implementing the in-built functions in Python along with hands-on training in implementation of the inbuilt functions with relevant exercises in Python and in the session IV, a mini-project was given to the participants for their thorough understanding of the concepts taught in the all the sessions.

The day was ended with a valedictory function with a feedback from the participants in which all the participants are provided with certificates.

Report on Linux Workshop

FIVE Days workshop on “Free Open Source Software- Bootable Linux OS Via Flash Drive” was conducted during 5th September, 2016 to 9th Septemebr,2016 for the 2nd year CSE/ECE and ISE students.  Prof. Edwin, Former Professor, Philadelphia University, Australia served as a resource person of the workshop. About 300 students of CSE/ISE and ECE were participated in this workshop.

 

The Resource person Prof. Edwin brief explained the history of Puppy Linux and demonstrated the students to how to boot the OS using flash drive. “Puppy Linux is a unique family of Linux distributions meant for the home-user computers. It was originally created by Barry Kauler in 2003”

Puppy Linux advantage

  1. Ready to use → all tools for common daily computing usage already included.
  2. Ease of use → grandpa-friendly certified ™
  3. Relatively small size → 200 MB or less.
  4. Fast and versatile.
  5. Customisable within minutes → remasters.
  6. Different flavours → optimised to support older computers, newer computers.
  7. Variety → hundreds of derivatives (“puplets”), one of which will surely meet your needs.

 

 

Puppy Linux is not a single Linux distribution like Debian. Puppy Linux is also not a Linux distribution with multiple flavours, like Ubuntu (with its variants of Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu, etc) though it also comes in flavours.

Puppy Linux is a collection of multiple Linux distributions, built on the same shared principles, built using the same set of tools, built on top of a unique set of puppy specific applications and configurations and generally speaking provide consistent behaviours and features, no matter which flavours you choose.

2019-20
2018-19
2017-18
2019-20

Virtual Lab Awareness

Virtual Lab Awareness Workshop

Department of Computer Science & Engineering organized a 2 days Workshop on “Virtual Lab Awareness” an Initiative of MHRD, Govt. of India on 8th& 9th Jan,2020. The research scholars of NITK, Surathkal Ms. Swathi Shetty, Ms.Shresta, Ms. Anusha and Mr. Rohith Kushwaha were the resource persons of the Workshop. All the CSE faculty members were actively participated in usage of various virtual labs developed by IITs and NITs.

 

Objectives

  1. To provide remote-access to Labs in various disciplines of Science and Engineering. These Virtual Labs would cater to students at the undergraduate level, post graduate level as well as to research scholars.
  2. To enthuse students to conduct experiments by arousing their curiosity. This would help them in learning basic and advanced concepts through remote experimentation.
  3. To provide a complete Learning Management System around the Virtual Labs where the students can avail the various tools for learning, including additional web-resources, video-lectures, animated demonstrations and self evaluation.
  4. To share costly equipment and resources, which are otherwise available to limited number of users due to constraints on time and geographical distances.

The following Virtual Labs were discussed and demonstrated by resource persons.

  • Introduction to PHP Lab (New)
  • Database Lab (New)
  • Computer Graphics Lab (New)
  • Introduction to Blockchain (New)
  • Machine Learning Lab (New)
  • Soft Computing Tools in Engineering Lab
  • Problem Solving Lab
  • Artificial Neural Networks Lab
  • Pattern Recognition Lab
  • VLSI Lab
  • Computer Architecture & Organization Lab
  • Software Engineering Lab
  • Data Structures Lab
  • Computer Programming Lab
  • Computer Organization Lab
  • Speech Signal Processing Lab
  • Computer Graphics Lab
  • Image Processing Lab
  • Computational Linguistics Lab
  • Natural Language Processing Lab
  • Wireless Sensor Network Remote Triggered Lab
  • Cryptography Lab

Microcontroller and Embedded Systems

Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology conducted a two days Faculty Development Programme  on Microcontroller and Embedded Systems for all external participants from various institutions (Teaching, non-teaching, research scholars) organized by Department of Computer Science and Engineering in Association with VTU Belagavi and CSI 24th and 25th Jan 2020. The FDP was inaugurated by Prof. Manjunath Kothari, H.O.D, Dept. CSE and Dr. Shivayobi B Ullagaddi, Special Officer VTU Belagavi and all The HODs of various departments and all staff members, student volunteers and all external participants from various institutes were also present during the inauguration function along with the resource person Dr. Mohan Kumar J, School of Information Sciences, Manipal Academy of Higher Education and Technical support Mr. Sriram, Manager, ESA Sales, Bangalore.

 

 

 

Prof. Manjunath Kothari, H.O.D, Dept. CSE AIET Moodbidri had given a brief about the Program and outcomes of embedded system hands-on sessions.

  

The event inauguration was published in Upayuktha newspaper

http://upayuktha.com/2-days-fdp-worksop-held-at-alvas-engineering-college-moodubidire/

  

The day was ended with a valedictory function and event was narrated by Ms. Megha Hegde,  and Mr. Sushant Mangasuli and at the end of the function Dr. Manjunath Kothari H.O.D Department of CSE, Resource Person Dr. Mohan Kumar J, School of Information Sciences, Manipal Academy of Higher Education distributed certificates to all the participants. All media persons were also present for the event. And also Collected oral feedbacks from external participants. Finally at end of the programme as a token of gratitude presented a memento to the resource person.

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Workshops/FDPs & Training

Mobile Application Development using Android

8 days National Level workshop on the theme “Mobile Application Development using Android” was organized from 16th  January 2019 to 23rd January 2019 by Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Moodbidri, Karnataka with Technical Collaboration of Computer Society of India Student Chapter and Co Sponsored by Dlithe Bangalore.

The formal inaugural function was graced by the presence of our Head of the Department Dr. Manjunath Kotari,  Mr. Arun V Rajpurohith Founder Dlithe Bangalore, Mr. Avinash R S Corporate Trainer – Android & Robotics  and Certification Course Coordinator Prof. Harish Kunder.

 52 CSE students were registered for the course and obtained a Certificate from the Dlithe Bangalore.

 

 

Case Studies:

The following case studies are assigned to respective batches. All the case studies are expected to be completed by end of March 2019

  1. Grocery shop owner finding it difficult to visit APMC as its far and thus increasing his operational expenditures. He is in need of a simple app for placing his orders through a mobile app
  2. Children’s between the age of 4-12 are exposed to the internet world, thus watching video’s online. Parents wish to have a mobile app which can streamline video related to kids interest and block rest everything
  3. Saloon owner wish to have a mobile app for his VVIP customers to block the date with their choices of haircut etc..
  4. Your college wish to have a mobile app with all relevant information and updates. Can you build one app?
  5. Corporate wants a mobile app to capture minutes of meeting recording and convert that as report and send it to participant’s email
  6. Flower shop owner wants a mobile app for accepting the orders from his regular customers and deliver it with delivery confirmation through app
  7. Dlithe would like to have a mobile app to collect “e-waste” from the households. A waste ordering/collecting app will help to collect e-waste from the households.

4th International Conference on Applied and Theoretical Computing and Communication Technology (iCATccT) - 2018

Dates: 6TH & 7TH of Sept, 2018

The International conference iCATccT – 2018 was jointly organized by the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Departments of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Department of Information Science and Engineering 6th and 7th September 2017.

The main objective of this conference is bring both to Applied and Theoretical Computing Researchers, academicians, scholars, experts, engineers, students and Industrialists This conference was focused on promoting, developing and organizing associations and networks of Academicians, Engineers and Professionals and also to make faculty indulge in high end research in the relevant fields. Keynote address, and paper presentations from authors were a part of iCATccT – 2018.

 

A total of 209 submissions were received across India as well as from abroad.  To name very few among them are – UttarPradesh, Gujarath, Maharashtra, Tamilnadu, Kerala, Hyderabhad, Telagana and various parts of Karnataka, witnessing this truly popular and international event. The Technical Program Committee (TPC) comprising around 150 experts from academia and industry selected 61 papers for presentations and 53 registered. Acceptance rate is 27.6%. The conference will run in 3 parallel sessions in 2 days.

Later lighting the lamp by Guest of Honor Dr.  Alvaro Rocha, Professor, University of Coimbra, Portgul and other dignitaries on the dias. The other dignitaries present during the inauguration were Sri Ganga Prasad, Sr. Director and Center Head, C-DAC, Bengaluru,  Sri.Vivek Alva, Managing trustee, AEF, Dr.Peter Fernandes, Principal, AIET, General Chair Dr.Niranajan Sr. member IEEE, Professor and Head Dept. of Computer Application. Proceedings of the conference released by dignitaries.

 

General Chair Dr.Niranajan, iCATccT – 2018 was briefed about the details of the conference, He mentioned that total of 209 submissions were received across India as well as from abroad and the Technical Program Committee (TPC) comprising around 150 experts from academia and industry selected 61 papers for presentations and 53 registered.

After the tea break, the inauguration function was followed by key note address by Dr Alvaro Roach, AISTI & University of Coimbra, Portugal, in his key note address, stressed about process quality management through information technology audit. The roots lie in IBM’s Business System Planning Methodology which provides a top down analysis of the information requirements of the business. Dr Alvaro Roach was felicitated by guest of honor Sri.Ganga Prasad GL.

After the lunch, papers were presented by the participants in their respective tracks.  The three track in charges, were

 

Session – 1.1

  1. Theoretical Computer Science I

Date/Time –  September 6, 2018 (Thursday) / 02:15 –  03:45 hrs

Venue Room Number -002

Chairs – Dr. MohideenBadhusha S, Sr.Professor, dept. of CSE, AIET

              N.V Subba Reddy, Professor Department of Computer Science &

              Engineering, Manipal Institute of Technology.

Session -1.2.

  1. Applications of Communication I,

           Date/Time –  September 6, 2018 (Thursday)/ 02:15 03:45 hrs

           Venue Room Number -002

Chairs – Dr. Manjunatha D.V, HOD & Sr.Professor, dept. of ECE, AIET

              Dr. Bore Gowda S B, Professor Department of Electronics & Communication

              Engineering Manipal Institute of Technology

Session 1.3

  1. Big Data Analytics

                Date/Time September 6, 2018 (Thursday) 02:15 ‐ 03:45 hrs

                Venue Room Number -103

Chairs– Dr. Sumith.N, Associate Professor, dept. of CSE, AIET

             Dr. Prema K V, Professor Department of Computer Science & Engineering

             Manipal Institute of Technology.

Session 2.1

  1. Computing Applications I

                Date/Time September 6, 2018 (Thursday) 04:00 ‐ 05:30 hrs

                Venue Room Number -001

Chairs – Dr. ManjunathaKotari, HOD & Professor, dept. of CSE, AIET

              N.V Subba Reddy, Professor Department of Computer Science & Engineering

              Manipal Institute of Technology

Session 2.2

  1. Communications Theory

                Date/Time September 6, 2018 (Thursday) 04:00 ‐ 05:30 hrs

               Venue Room Number -002

Chairs – Dr. RoopaLakshmi.R, Professor, dept. of ISE, AIET

              Dr. Prema K V, Professor Department of Computer Science & Engineering

              Manipal Institute of Technology

Session 2.3

  1. Applications of Communication II

               Date/Time September 6, 2018 (Thursday) 04:00 ‐ 05:30 hrs

               Venue Room Number -103

Chairs – Dr. Dattathreya, Dean Planning & Sr. Professor, dept. of ECE, AIET

              Dr. Bore Gowda S B, Professor Department of Electronics & Communication

              Engineering Manipal Institute of Technology

On Second day 07/09/2108, the conference sessions were started with paper presentation at 10 AM. The sessions are mentioned below-

Session 3.1

  1. Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing I

                 Date/Time September 7, 2018 (Friday) 10:00 ‐ 11:30 hrs

                 Venue Room Number -001

Chairs – JayanthkumarRathod.A, Professor & HOD, dept. of ISE, AIET

              Dr. Shashidhar G. Koolagudi, Professor Department of Computer Science

              & Engineering NITK-Surathkal

Session 3.2

  1. Computing Applications II

                Date/Time September 7, 2018 (Friday) 10:00 ‐ 11:30 hrs

                Venue Room Number -002

Chairs – Dr. Sumith.N, Associate Professor, dept. of CSE, AIET

              Dr. Geetha V, Professor Department of Information Technology NITKSurathkal

Session 3.3

  1. Applications of Communication III

               Date/Time September 7, 2018 (Friday) 10:00 ‐ 11:30 hrs

               Venue Room Number -103

Chairs – Dr. Praveen.J, Dean Academic & Professor, dept. of ECE, AIET

              Dr. Muralidhar Kulkarni, Professor Department of Electronics &

              Communication Engineering NITK- Surathkal.

Session 4.1

  1. Applications of Communication IV

                    Date/Time September 7, 2018 (Friday) 11:45 ‐ 01:15 hrs

                    Venue Room Number -001

Chairs – Prof. Shankar, Associate Professor, dept. of ECE, AIET

              Dr. MuralidharKulkarni, Professor Department of Electronics &

              Communication Engineering, NITK-Surathkal.

Session 4.2

  1. Theoretical Computer Science II

                     Date/Time September 7, 2018 (Friday) 11:45 ‐ 01:15 hrs

                     Venue Room Number -002

Chairs – Dr. Roopalakshmi.R, Professor, dept. of ISE, AIET.

             Dr. Shashidhar G. Koolagudi, Professor Department of Computer Science

             & Engineering NITK-Surathkal.

Session 4.3

  1. Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing II

                     Date/Time September 7, 2018 (Friday) 11:45 ‐ 01:15 hrs

                     Venue Room Number -103

Chairs – Dr. MohideenBadhusha.S, Sr.Professor, dept. of CSE, AIET

              Dr. Geetha V , Professor Department of Information Technology NITKSurathkal

 

Session Photos

After all the presentations, the valedictory function was started at 1PM, Dr.Murlidhar Kulkarni, chief guest of the valedictory was address the gathering followed by Dr.Peter Fernandes, Principal, AIET and concluded at 2 PM.

Photo session with Dignitaries, organising team and Sponsorers of the ICATCCT-2018

 

Faculty Development Programs (FDPs)

Department of CSE organized a National Level FDP(Faculty Development Program) on Web Technology and Its Applications as per VTU Revised Syllabus from 24th July to 28th July, 2018. Dr. Shivayogi B Ullagaddi, Special Officer VTU, Belagavi inaugurated the FDP on 24th July, 2018. After the inauguration Dr. Ullagaddi emphasized that Faculty members need to enhance their knowledge time to time as per the technological changes. Dr. Manjunath Kotari welcomed the gathering. Mr. Vasudev Shahapur introduced the chief guest to the audience. Dr. Mohideen Badhusha S proposed the vote of thanks.

 

The FDP was focused on the various aspects of Development of client – server web applications using PHP and MySQL. The FDP imparts a fundamental knowledge required to design and develop web oriented applications. The following salient features included and discussed:

 

The Resource Person Dr. Badhusha trained the participants with hands-on training sessions which offered a creative idea for developing   using PHP, MySQL, JavaScript, XML, a and HTML. The practical programming exercises were assigned in midst of the demonstration hours to invoke the interest on development of different real-life applications using PHP, JavaScript and MySQL. It offered a comprehensive knowledge in the development of on-line management system. E-materials along with 70 video lessons were provided for the participants.

About 40 participants from various engineering colleges of Karnataka were actively participated in this 5 days FDP.

 

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5 Days FDP on “FIREWALL, INSTALLATION, CONFIGURATION AND MANAGEMENT”

Department of Computer Science & Engineering in association with ICT Academy & Palo Alto Networks, Bangalore organized a 5 days Faculty Development Programme on “Firewall, Installation, Configuration and Management” from 8th to 12th January , 2018. The FDP was inaugurated by Mr. Shanmughavel Somu, Palo Alto Networks, Dr. Kurien Athikari, Principal, Alva’s Degree College, Dr. Manjunath Kotari, HOD CSE , Mr. Harish Kunder, Coordinator of FDP and Mr. Basavadarshan, ICT Academy Relationship Manager on 8th January,2018.

 

The session began with introduction to firewall called PaloAlto, followed by the installation of the virtual workstation, to implement the Firewall. Over the period of five days the various features of the firewall were implemented such as, the methods of blocking various application, websites, and results of the applied methods.

 

The Objective of this FDP is to Understand the configuration steps for the security, networking, threat prevention, logging, and reporting features. The resource person was explained and gave the hands on experience of how to configure and manage the entire line of Palo Alto Networks Next – Generation firewalls. The resource person also shared his experience on Security and NAT Policies, Basic App-ID& User ID, File Blocking and WildFire.

 

The following Modules were discussed with hands-on session which includes Platforms and Architecture, Initial Configuration, Basic Interface Configuration, Security and NAT Policies, Basic App-ID, Basic Content-ID, File Blocking and WildFire, Decryption, Basic User-ID, Site-to-Site VPN, Management and Reporting and Active/Passive High Availability.

About 40 participants of different ICT Academy Partner Institutions were participated in the FDP.

Report on 3 Days FDP on Algorithms

Department of CSE organized a 3 days Faculty Development Programme on “Algorithms” from 10th to 12th December,2017. The FDP was inaugurated by Dr. Shashidhar Koolgudi, Department of CSE, NITK, Surathkal and Dr. Manjunath Kotari on 10th Dec,2017.  The objective of the FDP was to train and develop professionals in their area, so that, they can act as ‘Resource Persons’ in guiding and motivating young students provide insight about Algorithms.  FDP is mainly to equip the participants with requisite skills, knowledge and competencies for effective analysis of the subject. This FDP was arranged only to internal faculty members to empower teachers to overcome hurdles and motivate student towards Quality education.

 

The following are the topics discussed during First day of the FDP which includes, Introduction, Performance Analysis, Asymptotic notations, Important Problem Types, Fundamental Data structures, Divide and conquer method, Decrease and Conquer approach.

On second day, Greedy method, Minimum cost spanning Tree, Single source shortest paths, Optimal Tree problem, Transform and Conquer Approach, Dynamic Programming and Transitive closure topics were explained by resource person.

On last day, Dynamic Programming, All Pairs Shortest Paths, Backtracking, Branch and Bound                                  , 0/1 Knapsack problem, NP -Complete and NP- Hard Problems were discussed.

Dr. Shashidhar Koolagudi, Professor, NITK Surathkal was the resource person and about 15 faculty members of CSE department were attended this FDP.

Report on Amazon AWS Workshop

One day workshop on “Amazon Web Services(AWS)” has been organized by Department of Computer Science and Engineering, AIET, Mijar on 19th MAR 2018. Key note speakers Mr. Ravindra Verna, Voice President, Engineering services CollPoll and Mr. Durga Prasad Kakaraparthi, Senior solution architect, Amazon web services were resource persons of the Workshop. About 20 Faculty members of the Mangalore Region Engineering Colleges were participated in this Workshop.

Report on 5 Days Workshop

Five days National Level Workshop on “Development of Web Oriented Applications using PHP and MySQL and Orientation Program towards Research” was conducted by Department of Computer Science & Engineering from 16th January 2017 to 20th January, 2017. The workshop was inaugurated by Dr. Balakrishnan Manikiam, Sir-MV ISRO Chair Professor, Bangalore University. He lighted the lamp of wisdom and in his speech. He emphasized the need of digital transformation in current scenario. He educated the gathering on the growth and integration of technologies and importance of web applications. He also explained how such workshops would help us provide knowledge of using web applications to turn India into “Digital-India”.

 

 

The Dean Academics, HoDs of various departments were also present during the inaugural function. The resource person Dr. S. Mohideen Badhusha highlighted the importance of the web oriented applications with intensive hands-on sessions and delivered vote of thanks. There are 50 participants from various colleges participating in the workshop.

 

The proceedings of the workshop are as follow:

Day 1: The demonstration was made on ‘Salient and unique features of PHP’ with the hands-on training sessions in the basic programming constructs along with relevant exercises in PHP followed by advanced programming constructs in PHP with HTML.

 

Day 2: The demonstration was made on ‘Introduction to the object oriented programming concepts in PHP’ along with the hands-on training sessions in implementing the simple object oriented programs with relevant exercises in PHP followed by the demonstration of implementing the in-built functions in PHP.

Day 3: Basic MySQL commands are delivered along with the hands-on training sessions for implementing basic queries in MySQL followed by demonstration of implementing advanced queries in MySQL.

Day 4: The exercises on ‘Development of web oriented applications using PHP, HTML and MySQL’ with the hands-on training sessions for developing on-line applications followed by the demonstration of development of online management system using PHP, HTML and MySQL with Case Studies.

Day 5: On 5th day, Prof.  Manjunath Kotari , HoD/CSE conducted a session on “Research Orientation- General Advice” to the Research Scholars.  In the session, he explained as how to start the Research, what are the good qualities of Research, types of Researches in India, Structure of Ph.D thesis and tips to write the thesis and journal paper.  Dr. Mohideen Badhusha, Professor, Dept of CSE delivered a lecture on Research Avenues in Computer Science & Engineering domain and caveats with some examples for thesis work”. The day ended with a valedictory function in which the certificates were distributed to all the participants.

 

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KALIYONA COMPUTER-Rural Computer Education Camp - Januvara Katte

DATE & VENUE: 22ND -23RD OCTOBER 2019 at GOVT KANNADA MEDIUM HIGH SCHOOL, Januvara katte, Udupi Dist.

Department of Computer Science & Engineering student’s association C-Maniax Forum conducted a Rural Computer Education camp in Govt Kannada Medium High School, Januvara katte. The program was formally inaugurated on 22nd October 2019 at Govt Kannada Medium High School, Januvara katte  by Principal of AIET Dr. Peter Fernandes,  HOD of CSE department Dr. Manjunath Kotari and Head Master Mr. VijayKumar, Mr. Harish Kunder, Mr. Vivek Sharma, Ms. Shruthi Shetty J and Ms. Ankitha Shetty were present during the inauguration function.

Soon after the inauguration, the students began their training session by introducing them about what exactly is a computer? What is its importance and how it evolved? What are the major hardware parts and majors software’s found in a computer were dealt in detail. There was a one to one interaction session with the students.

In the afternoon, hands-on sessions were conducted related to the topics discussed in the morning. The students seemed to be very interested and enthusiastic about the session and were comfortable in using and getting to know well about the computers.

The next day started well with an introduction about UNIX systems, how they changed the world by the concept of free access and software. All the existing Android, Windows all have an internal kernel, which is actually derived from the UNIX system. The UNIX gives user the freedom and advantage to do whatever changes, modifications, research related to any field of his interest by easily developing, distributing the software’s or code free of cost available to everybody throughout the world. The hands session on that day consisted of getting to know some UNIX commands such as mkdir, cd etc., to create, delete, change directories and other things by making use of the Terminal available in a Linux distribution which is nothing but UNIX like in nature.

The final day contained the major task of installing a Linux Operating System such as Puppy Linux. The students were first shown how to install the Linux, later all students were given a chance to try themselves out. The various processes involved such as booting the Linux, system softwares and some application softwares were discussed. Later the day concluded by a demonstration of how to use a Netbanking, book a bus or train ticket, how to use online payment system such as GooglePay, Paytm, Freecharge etc., were discussed consisting of separate session both for faculties as well as for students.


LINUX AWARNESS PROGRAM 2019-20

Linux awareness program was a two day session on Linux operating system for the students of first year B.E. which was held on 12 September 2019 and 13 September 2019. The programme was focused mainly to introduce Linux to the new users. The session started with an introduction to operating systems and the history of Linux. The students were given an awareness as to why Linux operating system is better in comparison with the other operating systems. A comparison of assembly language program and basic C program was made to specify how the programming was evolved to ease the usage. The Linux architecture, kernel and Unix and Linux flavours were explained. The file system hierarchy and file accessing were dealt along with the file permissions. The shell and terminal were explained along with the structure of commands and basic commands. A hands on session was made where the students executed general commands and bash commands.

The Linux awareness program was completed with providing basic knowledge about Linux operating system along with practical knowledge.


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KALIYONA COMPUTER-Rural Computer Education Camp - Marodi

DATE & VENUE: 29th October to 31st October 2018 at Rural Computer Education Camp to students of Govt Kannada Medium School, Marodi,

Kaliyona Computer was organised by CMANIAX forum from 29th October to 31stoctober 2018, Rural Computer Education Camp to students of Govt Kannada Medium School, Marodi.Inuagration was done by Ravindra Poojari, President of Lion’s Club, Shirthadi, Dr. Peter Fernandes, Alva’s Engineering College Principal and Dr. Kurian, Alva’s Degree college Principal.Further there was an orientation aboutKaliyona Computer lead by Shreyas Rao,Event Coordinator followed by forum coordinators.

Giving the Basic knowledge of MS-Word, MS-Excel, Paint etc. Giving the basic knowledge about MS-Word which is extraordinarily useful for them andallows to bemore creative and also opens up a wide range of knowledge. MS-Excel is done as essentially with set of formulas to calculate the values. These values have been calculated by using formulas. By this student have understood slightly about how to use MS-Excel. Our student coordinators taught how to use paint option in computer and how to use it.

Entire two days the students were able to learn the basic knowledge of MS-Office and paint. Our student coordinators gave few assignments to judge whether the students have learnt the concepts. Student coordinators included brain storming sessions like quiz.The entire session was  students completely filled with enthusiasm and made the session more interactive and showed lot of interest and we encouraged them by distributing chocolates.

2017-18

FUTSAL’18

FUTSAL’18 was an inter-collegiate football tournament conducted by C-Maniax forum of Computer Science Department, AIET. FUTSAL’18 brought together all the best Football teams of  seven different Engineering Colleges of the Dakshina Kannada and Udupi region.

FUTSAL’18 was conducted on 22nd April 2018 at AIET main campus.

FUTSAL’18 was inaugurated by Mr.Ashraf karnere of Expertise group and with the presence of Mr.Vivek Alva, Dr. Manjunath Kotari, Mr.Hemanth Kumar N P ,C-Maniax members and all the participants from the various colleges at 9:30 AM .

There were 16 football teams, 6 from AIET and 10 from other engineering colleges .15 matches were conducted in total and the matches were Knock-out matches and the 2 best team made to the final . The matches were officiated by the referees from the BPT colleges of Alva’s. Around 108 players took part in the event with the Registration fee of Rs 400.

Teams of FUTSAL’18:

SL. NO TEAM NAME COLLEGE
1 TEAM SPATANS MITE
2 SHOOTERS FC SJEC
3 FC PATRIOTS A SRINIVAS
4 TEAM CANARITES CANARA
5 TEAM HYAMA SRIDEVI
6 FOURTEENS FC SJEC
7 FC PATRIOTS B SRINIVAS
8 FC BERROCA MITE
9 SOCCER CITY FC AIET
10 TEAM Z AIET
11 ALVAS STARS AIET
12 KAMMATTIPADAM B AIET
13 FC BLUE WAVES AIET
14 KAMMATTIPADAM A AIET
15 TEAM FCB NITTE
16 KINGS MALABAR SRIDEVI

The matches were held from morning 10 AM – 6:30 PM with the support and  great sportsman spirit from all the teams, referees, volunteers and coordinators.

Winners and Runners of FUTSAL’18:

FC BERROCA MITE ( WINNERS )
KAMMATIPADAM A AIET (RUNNERS )

Honorary awards were given to the best Player and Best Goalkeeper of the C-MANIAX FUTSAL’18.

KALIYONA COMPUTER-Rural Computer Education Camp - Kalasa

Date &Venue : 17th to 19th January,2018 at J.E.M High School, Kalasa, Chikkamagaluru Dist.

Department of Computer Science & Engineering student’s association C-Maniax Forum conducted a Rural Computer Education camp in J.E.M High School, Kalasa. The program was formally inaugurated on 17th January,2018 at J.E.M High School, Kalasa by HOD of CSE department Dr. ManjunathKotari with Kalasa Education Society President Mr. Shreekanth, Secretary Mr. GopinathPai, Joint Secretary Mr. Narendra and Head Mistress Mrs. Sunanda. Mr. Hemanth Kumar N P, Mr. Vivek Sharma, Ms. Shruthi Shetty J and Ms. Ankitha Shetty were present during the inauguration function.

Soon after the inauguration, the students began their training session by introducing them about what exactly is a computer? What is its importance and how it evolved? What are the major hardware parts and majors software’s found in a computer were dealt in detail. There was a one to one interaction session with the students. Lot of doubts and questions raised by the JEM students were well handled by the Alva’s students. In the afternoon, hands-on sessions were conducted related to the topics discussed in the morning. The students seemed to be very interested and enthusiastic about the session and were comfortable in using and getting to know well about the computers.

 

The next day started well with an introduction about UNIX systems, how they changed the world by the concept of free access and software. All the existing Android, Windows all have an internal kernel, which is actually derived from the UNIX system. The UNIX gives user the freedom and advantage to do whatever changes, modifications, research related to any field of his interest by easily developing, distributing the software’s or code free of cost available to everybody throughout the world. The hands on session on that day consisted of getting to know some UNIX commands such as mkdir, cd etc., to create, delete, change directories and other things by making use of the Terminal available in a Linux distribution which is nothing but UNIX like in nature.

The final day contained the major task of installing a Linux Operating System such as Puppy Linux. The students were first shown how to install the Linux, later all students were given a chance to try themselves out. The various processes involved such as booting the Linux, system softwares and some application softwares were discussed. Later the day concluded by a demonstration of how to use a Netbanking, book a bus or train ticket, how to use online payment system such as Paytm, Freecharge etc., were discussed consisting of separate session both for faculties as well as for students. The students were given with how to develop a website by using HTML etc was taught during this camp. Also students were taught with C Programming introduction during this course.

C Programming Awareness Program to Alva’s High School Students

Date &Venue : 30th October,2017 at AIET, Moodbidri.

C Programming Awareness Programme was organized by CMANIAX forum on 30th October 2017 at AIET, Mijar for the 10th standard students of Alva’s High school, Moodbidri. Alva’s High School students were brought to the campus and given C programming fundamentals awareness was given. Inauguration was inaugurated by Dr.ManjunathKotari, HOD CSE, Forum cordinatorProf.Venkatesh,   Mr. Hemanth Kumar, and Mr. Chanchal Antony were present during the inauguration . Mrs. Nayana and Mrs. Soudamini, teachers of Alva’s High School also took part in the inaugural ceremony. This program was completely organized by CMANIAX forum students of Final & Pre-Final years.

Immediately after the inaugural function there was orientation for C Programming lead by Nikhitha Kale M, Event Cordinator followed by forum cordinators. She gave the basic knowledge about programming which is extraordinarily useful for High School students and allows be more creative and also opens up a wide range of knowledge about computers.

Computer programming is done as essentially with set of written instructions that the computer follows (also known as binary coding). These instructions can be written in a number of different “languages”, or organizing the instructions and text. Different languages tend to be used to create different types of programs.

The students mainly focused on initialization, declaration, control statements, functions of C Programming. And they gave introduction of HTML which is the standard markup language for creating Web pages. HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language and describes the structure of Web pages using markup. And they taught brain storming sessions like quiz. The entire session was students completely filled with enthusiasm and made the session more interactive and showed lot of interest.

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Pre-placement training was organized for final year students which focused on current industry concepts as well as training for placement. Pre-placement training focused on over all development of candidate in order to prepare for various placement drives. The following aspects are included and conducted in the training.

Data Structures with C & Advanced Java Programming

Data Structures with C & Advanced Java Programming : Q-Spider Training Software Institute, Bangalore in association with Department of CSE has conducted a 18 days hand-on training on Data Structures with C and Advanced Java Programming during week ends of April/May and continuously from 10th July-17th July,2019. Mr. Manish Raj, Mr. Rohan Prabhu, Mr. Shariq and Mr. Mohammed Idris trainers were taught Data Structures with C as well as Advanced Java Programming using hands-on session. About 136 final year students were trained by above resource persons.

Algorithms and Image Processing Applications

Algorithms and Image Processing Applications: Dr. Mohammed Javed, Assistant Professor, IIIT, Allahabad was a resource person for the first session on 18th July, 2019. He was addresses about the various Engineer traits and Algorithms with live examples. He also addressed about the research perspective of Image Processing Applications.

Initially Dr. Javed explained about the 10 characteristics of engineers that includes Team Player, Continuous Learning, Creativity, Problem Solving, Analytical Ability, Communication Skills, Logical Thinking, Mathematical Ability ,Attention to Detail and Leadership.

He also explained about the purposes of Image processing and its applications like:

  • Visualization – Observe the objects that are not visible.
  • Image sharpening and restoration – To create a better image.
  • Image retrieval – Seek for the image of interest.
  • Measurement of pattern – Measures various objects in an image.
  • Image Recognition – Distinguish the objects in an image.

Database Applications & Networking

Database Applications & Networking

On 18th July,2019 Ms. Shruthi Shetty and Ms. Ankitha Shetty Department of CSE were handed the Database Applications and Networking concepts. Later they also done the assessment of all the students based on basics of Database and Networking Concepts.

Big-Data Analytics Hands-on Workshop

Big-Data Analytics Hands-on Workshop

On 19th July,2019 Dr.Sumith N, Department of CSE handed a hands on workshop on Big Data Analytics. She has addressed about the various concepts of BDA with hands-on session from 9-5 PM.

Hands-on Workshop on Networking

Hands-on Workshop on Networking

Dr.Jaidhar C D, Depat of CSE, NITK, Surathkal was the resource person for the 18th July,2019. Dr. Jaidhar C D has taken session on Networking with Network Packet Tracer Software. Initially he addressed with live examples in simulations. In the afternoon session he explained and demonstrated the various networking components like switch, hub, router etc.

Programming with C & Data Structures

Programming with C & Data Structures

On 20th Julty,2019 Prof.Padma Reddy, Professor , Sai Vidya Institute of Technology, Bangalore was the resource person for the topic Programming with C & Data Structures. He has addressed the students about C Programming concepts starting from Preprocessor directives to Data Structure concepts with live examples.

Data Structures & Algorithms

Data Structures & Algorithms

Dr. Prasanna Kumar H R, Professor & Head-ISE, PES Institute of Technology & Management, Shimoga has delivered a session on Data Structures and Algorithms. Dr. Prasanna Kumar has started the concepts of Data Structures that includes structure, arrays, stack, queue , linked lists, trees and graphs with live examples.  He also discussed about Design & Analysis Algorithms with Time Complexity Issues.

Dr. Prasanna Kumar also discussed the Need of Analysis , types and Applications of Algorithms with the live examples. On 21st July Afternoon session he discussed about the various placement related question and answers for the students.

Focus Academy for Career Enhancements(FACE) Aptitude Training

Focus Academy for Career Enhancements(FACE) Aptitude Training

The 8 days Aptitude Training was conducted to final year CSE students First Phase during 22nd to 25th July,2019. The second Phase was conducted during 30th July to 2nd August,2019.

This training helped the students to understand the aptitude topics such as number systems, percentage, perfect loss problems, preposition, problems on time and work, speed time and distance, probability, direction problems, questions related to blood relations, permutation and combination, simple equation. More than sufficient questions where solved in the class. They also gave useful tips to answer the group discussion and interview rounds.

Training on IoT and its Applications

Training on IoT and its Applications

2 days training on IoT and its Applications was conducted on 26th & 27th July,2019 for final year CSE/ISE/ECE students. Dr. Mohit P. Tahiliani, NITK Surathakal addressed the topic on “Need for Speed:Minimize the impact of Bufferbloat on IoT Applications ”

Mr. Vishal Rathod, Reseach Scholar NITK Surathkal took the hands-on training on IoT Applications to the students.

Workshop on Git-Hub Coding Skills

Workshop on Git-Hub Coding Skills

2 days workshop on Git-Hub coding skills was arranged for final year CSE/ISE/ECE students on 26th & 27th July,2019. Mr. Sagar from Dlithe Software, Bangalore was the resource person for 2 days. He explained and demonstrated the students about to creating GitHub accounts as well as uploading the contents to GitHub.

Workshop on Git-Hub Coding Skills

Workshop on Git-Hub Coding Skills

One day workshop on Git-Hub coding skills was arranged for final year CSE/ISE students on 26th July,2019. Mr. Sudeep D, Epitas Software, Mangalore was the resource person.He explained and demonstrated the students about to creating GitHub accounts as well as uploading the contents to GitHub repository.

Workshop on AWS

Workshop on AWS

4 days Workshop on AWS(Amazon Web Services) was conducted for CSE final year students from 5th to 8th August,2019. Mrs. Seema Nair from Callibre Code Solutions, Bangalore was the resource person. AWS introduction, EC2 instance creation, Elastic IP mapping to server topic was completed on day 1 of the training.

Remote connection to AWS server, EC2 snapshot and recovery was completed on day 2 of the workshop. Cloud watch monitoring, s3buckets creation & settings, AWS Cli commands are completed on 3rd day of the workshop. On final day, s3 bucket backup to server, MongoDB No SQL DB creation and basic queries were discussed.

Workshop on Ad.Java & J2EE, JQuery

Workshop on Ad.Java & J2EE, JQuery

Workshop on Ad.Java & J2EE, JQuery was conducted on 5th to 8th August,2019 for final year CSE students. Mr. Charles Antony, Techno-voice, Mysore was the resource person of the workshop. 

Java is one of the most popular programming languages used to create Web applications and platforms. It was designed for flexibility, allowing developers to write code that would run on any machine, regardless of architecture or platform. Students were trained on various aspects of advanced java like as stated above.

Workshop on Block Chain Technologies

Workshop on Block Chain Technologies

One day workshop on Block Chain Technologies was conducted for the part of the pre-placement training. Mr.

Workshop on Mathematical Applications

Workshop on Mathematical Applications

Dr. Chandru Hegde, Mangalore University was the resource person of the workshop on Mathematical Applications on 28th July,2019. Dr. Chandru Hegde discussed the topics of the mathematics like Linear Algebra, Probability & Statistics and Optimizations. 

Personality development and Public Speaking

Personality development and Public Speaking

Ms.KannanThandi trained students on Personality development and public speaking on 11th & 12th August,2019. She emphasized the need for being confident in public speaking which helps the students to face the interview. Trainer also spoke about various skills that students need to develop for their future.

IN-HOUSE TRAINING

Students had session on various topic like python application, web programming, database applications, Big data analytics, OOMD, OOPs concepts, Algorithms, Java, IoT etc., by faculties of our department.

 

  • Object Oriented Concepts with C++ by Ms. Shilpa.

The session started with explanation on Basics of Object Oriented Concepts such as Classes, Objects and Member Function. There are 4 major principles that make an language Object Oriented. These are Encapsulation, Data Abstraction, Polymorphism and Inheritance. These are also called as four pillars of Object Oriented Programming. Encapsulation is the process of hiding the information by warping data inside the classes. Classes contain member function and member data.

Different types of member functions were discussed such as static member function, constant member function, inline member function and Friend functions. Inline function is a function that is expanded in line when it is called. When the inline function is called whole code of the inline function gets inserted or substituted at the point of inline function call. A static member function is a special member function, which is used to access only static data members, any other normal data member cannot be accessed through static member function. A const or a constant member function can only read or retrieve the data members of the calling object without modifying them. A friend function of a class is defined outside that class’ scope but it has the right to access all private and protected members of the class.

Polymorphism in C++ means that a call to a member function will cause a different function to be executed depending on the type of object that invokes the function. Types of polymorphism was discussed.

All the concepts were demonstrated with programming example and later MCQ test was conducted related to the concepts which were taught.

 

  • Networking by Ms. Ankitha Shetty.

She addressed on various topics of networks like Classification of network: based on: Transmission media, Topology, Size of the network. She also discussed about working of Packet switched and circuit switched network and also Difference of the same. Functions of each layer of OSI and TCP/IP model. Five major processing-mode categories of Firewalls that is Packet-filtering firewalls, Application gateways, Circuit gateways, MAC layer firewalls, Hybrids was explained Classification of IP address, introduction on IPV4 and IPV6, IP address classes, static and dynamic assignment, port number was explained. Basics, types and working of DNS were explained to students. Cryptography: Block cipher and Stream cipher, Symmetric, Asymmetric method of cryptography. MCQ test was conducted related to the concepts which were taught.

 

  • Python Application Programming by Prof. Sayeesh

The session started with Introduction to Python, Identifiers and keywords, operators, conditional statements, looping statements, functions, built-in functions, lists, tuples, dictionary, regular expressions. Different programming examples for conditional statements- if, if-else, nested if, chained if and looping statements- while, for. Different programming examples for lists, tuples, dictionary and regular expression. Session was concluded by solving different types of objective type questions.

 

  • Big data analytics by Sumith  N

As the technology is evolving, it is producing enormous data. The internet, its users and devices are the largest contributors of data. Big data has specific characteristics, namely volume, velocity, varsity and variety. Due to these characteristics, analyzing big data is a challenge.

Machine learning algorithms plays a vital role in analyzing big data. Machine learning algorithms can be broadly categorized into supervised, unsupervised and reinforcement learning techniques. A supervised learning techniques build a models after learning sufficiently from the examples. Data for such a learning system are always classified. Some of the algorithms discussed in the session were K- nearest neighbours, decision tree, linear regression, naïve Bayesian classifiers. Hands on training was given to students.

An unsupervised learning techniques builds the models by looking at the input data without prior training. The dataset is always unclassified. Some of the algorithms are K- means cluster analysis, PCA and factor analysis. Hands-on for  k means was given.

Further, evaluation of the model was demonstrated with hands on training.

 

  • Ms Shruthi Shetty J 18-07-2019 Database Applications

The session started with the Introduction to  Database and Database Management Systems. Explained advantages and applications of DBMS. The types of Database languages like Data Definition Language (DDL), Data Manipulation Language (DML), Transaction Control Language (TCL) were also explained. Commonly used terminologies like Entity, Attributes, types was attributes and various integrity constraints  were explained.

Keys like Primary, Foreign, Candidate and Super keys with explained with an example. Programming language- Structured Query language and its various constructs were explained with Relational Algebra functions and examples. Example queries were solved in the session.

Functional dependency: An attribute A is said to functionally determine attribute B if each    value of A is associated with only one value of B. A is called the Determinant while B is called the Dependent. Full Functional Dependency: If A and B are attributes of a relation, B is fully functionally dependent on A if it is functionally dependent on A, but not on any subset of A. Partial Functional Dependency: If A and B are attributes of a relation, B is partially dependent on A if it is dependent on subset of A. Transitive Functional Dependency: If A, B, and C are attributes of a relation such that if A -> B and B -> C, then C is transitively dependent on A via B. Along with this Normalization and normal forms were explained. Three normal forms were explained with example.

All the concepts were explained with example and later MCQ test and query both on SQL and Relational Algebra   was conducted related to the concepts which were taught.

 

  • Algorithms by Mrs. Mangala Kini

Algorithms are an essential aspect in today’s world. It is a basic to all the problem solving. The session included introduction to algorithms. Asymptotic notations are the important concepts that help in knowing the efficiency of any algorithms. There are three notations: O-notation, Ө-notation, Ω- notation. The basic selection of these notations for various algorithms was given. Followed by explanation on various techniques like Divide and conquer brute force, decrease and conquer, dynamic programming, backtracking, etc. The algorithms that implement the above technique were also explained in the session. The algorithms namely sequential search, linear search, bubble sort, merge sort, quick sort, heap sort was explained along with its efficiency and applications. Some problems like Knapsack, travelling salesman was solved in the session. Graphs are also a type of problem that can be solved by various algorithms like Floyd, Warshall was explained with example.

 

  • Web programming by Mrs. Harshitha G M

Topics Covered: Introduction to Web programming, Web servers, Web browsers, DNS, Web, Internet, History, and Practical Implementations of html.

The session started by giving introduction to Web Programming: A brief History of the internet, web, web servers, web browsers, URL’s, DNS, HTTP was discussed. Practical Implementations of html- all basic tags, with the concepts of CSS and hyperlinks and images.

 

  • Database Management System by Ms. Reena Lobo

The session included discussion on Different types of keys , attributes, Entities. Relational algebra-Select and project (Unary operators), join and division(Binary operators).SQL- Insert, delete and update statements in SQL. Exist and not exists, Like, Between and minus operators.

All the concepts were demonstrated with examples and later test was conducted related to the concepts which were taught.

 

  • Mobile application development by Ms. Reena Lobo

The session started by informing about Basics of Android such as Introduction to android, setting up android studio, setting up AVD(Android Virtual Device).Discussed about different files in android such as java, manifest and resource. Different types of Layouts such as Linear, relative and absolute layout and also different types of orientation. Creating a new project and create app with .xml and .java file.Unlike Java (which is Back Bone of android app), xml helps to design any android app , how it will look , how components like buttons , textview , etc will be placed and their styling. Apart from these .xml is also used for parsing data either from database or server into your android application (Xml parsing). Android Studio is an IDE tool which is used to create Android Apps. The language used to develop an android app is Java.

 

  • Latex by Dr. Sumith

During the session students were introduce to various aspects of Latex tools as follows:

Installing Latex: Latex is a free software and can be downloaded from miktex.org. The editor can also be downloaded from texstudio.org.

Input file structure:  In a LATEX environment, LATEX takes the role of the book designer and uses TEX as its typesetter.  But LATEX is “only” a program and therefore needs more guidance. The author has to provide additional information to describe the logical structure of his work. This information is written into the text as “LATEX commands.”

Following environment variables are used to further add contents to the document

  1. Environments:
  2. Header and footer
  3. Title page
  4. Section and paragraph
  5. Figure
  6. Table
  7. Enumerations and lists
  8. Math equation
  9. References

2018-19

Focus Academy for Career Enhancement (FACE) Training

Face aptitude training, which was held from 03rd Aug 2018 to 11th Aug 2018, helped the students to understand the aptitude topics such as number systems, percentage, perfect loss problems, preposition, problems on time and work, speed time and distance, probability, direction problems, questions related to blood relations, permutation and combination, simple equation. More than sufficient questions where solved in the class. They also gave useful tips to answer the group discussion and interview rounds.

 

Pre-placement training was organized for final year students which focused on current industry concepts as well as training for placement. Pre placement training focused on over all development of candidate in order to prepare for various placement drives. The pre placement training emphasized the following aspects:

Advanced C & Data Structures

Students were trained on advanced concepts of c & data structures by “Expert Training by Innovation Unlimited, Bangalore” from 23rd July 2018 to 28th July 2018. Concepts on C such as arrays, strings, functions, pointers, memory allocations etc. were covered. Data Structure concepts like Structures, Unions, and Operations on Stacks & Queues along with Linked lists were also discussed.

 

Advanced Java, JQuery, Node JS, Angular JS

The training was taken up by Mr. Charles & Team, Techno Voice, Mysore from 29th July 2018 to 31st July 2018. Java is one of the most popular programming languages used to create Web applications and platforms. It was designed for flexibility, allowing developers to write code that would run on any machine, regardless of architecture or platform. Students were trained on various aspects of advanced java like as stated above.

 

Orientation & Soft-skills Training

 

Soft-Skills training was held on 11th July to 13th July, 2018. Mr. RamaniVenkat was the resource person for this programme.  In his training he has highlighted about Leadership qualities, Motivation and Attitude Change, Business Etiquette & Personal Grooming, Change Management, Communication and Change, Assertive Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Conflict Resolution Skills, Group Dynamics and Team Building, Senior Management Presentation Skills, Time Management, Executive Coaching and Mentoring and Stress Management.

 

Soft skills are a combination of people skillssocial skillscommunication skillscharacter traits, attitudes, career attributes, social intelligence and emotional intelligence quotients among others that enable people to effectively navigate their environment, work well with others, perform well, and achieve their goals with complementing hard skills. The students were trained to write their resumes, and also how to face interview, FAQ in interview, mock GDs were conducted for all the Final Year students.

Quantitative Aptitude

 

Mr. Abhilash Trainer for Quantitative Aptitude trained final year students on various short cut methods that can be used to solve quantitative aptitude questions quickly from 14th July 2018 to 19th July 2018. Students got better insight on solving aptitude problems easily. The trainer covered various aptitude related topics.

 

Personality development and Public Speaking

 

Ms.Kannan Thandi trained students on Personality development and public speaking from 20th July 2018 to 21st July 2018. She emphasized the need for being confident in public speaking which helps the students to face the interview. Trainer also spoke about various skills that students need to develop for their future.

In-house Placement training

Topics covered: Basics of C, Data Structures, C++ and Java.

Faculties of CSE dept have conducted Pre-placement training on C, C++, Data Structures, Java, Web Development and C# &.NET from 11th July 2018 to 17th July 2018. Mrs. Harshitha G M and Mrs. Mangala Kini handled concepts on C, which includes arrays, strings, functions, pointers, memory allocations etc. Hands-on sessions and MCQ’s were an important part of it. Assignments were given at the end of each session, which was collected and evaluated the next day.

 

Mr. Tahir N and Mr. Venkatesh trained students on various Data Structure concepts like Structures, Unions, and Operations on Stacks & Queues along with Linked lists. Hands-on sessions and MCQ’s were an important part of it. Assignments were given at the end of each session, which was collected and evaluated the next day.

 

Ms. Ankitha Shetty and Ms. Shruthi Shetty J handled the various object oriented concepts like Encapsulation, Abstraction, inheritance, Polymorphism, virtual functions etc. Hands-on sessions and MCQ’s were an important part of it. Assignments were given at the end of each session, which was collected and evaluated the next day. Mrs. Deeksha, Ms. Megha, Mr. Parikshith, Mr. Sayeesh and Ms. Reena covered the topics on Java like classes, inheritance, exceptions, packages, Applet-class, String handling, JSP, JDBC etc. Hands-on sessions and MCQ’s were an important part of it. Assignments were given at the end of each session, which was collected and evaluated the next day.

Dot Net and Web Technology

Students were trained on Dot Net and Web technology by Mr. Venkatesh and Dr. Mohideen Badusha S respectively. They were given extensive hands on training by the trainers and assignments were also given. Students were introduced to the new programming concepts of web programming and Dot net.

2017-18

Pre-placement training was organized for final year students which focused on current industry concepts as well as training for placement. Pre placement training focused on over all development of candidate in order to prepare for various placement drives. The pre placement training emphasized the following aspects:

Orientation & Soft-skills Training

Pre-placement Orientation was held on 1st & 2nd August,2017. Mr. Ramani Venkat was the resource person for this orientation.  In his training he has highlighted about Leadership qualities, Motivation and Attitude Change, Business Etiquette & Personal Grooming, Change Management, Communication and Change, Assertive Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Conflict Resolution Skills, Group Dynamics and Team Building, Senior Management Presentation Skills, Time Management, Executive Coaching and Mentoring and Stress Management.

Soft skills are a combination of people skillssocial skillscommunication skillscharacter traits, attitudes, career attributes, social intelligence and emotional intelligence quotients among others that enable people to effectively navigate their environment, work well with others, perform well, and achieve their goals with complementing hard skills. The students were trained to write their resumes, and also how to face interview, FAQ in interview, mock GDs were conducted for all the Final Year students.

Aptitude Training

Genesis Carrier Avenue, Bangalore helped the students to understand the aptitude topics such as number systems, percentage, perfect loss problems, preposition, problems on time and work, speed time and distance, probability, direction problems, questions related to blood relations, permutation and combination, simple equation. More than sufficient questions where solved in the class. They also gave useful tips to answer the group discussion and interview rounds. This training was conducted from 3rd to 12th August 2017.

 

C & Data Structures Training

C language is a basic for understanding all other programming languages. The professional trainers of Cranes Software Pvt. Ltd. provided the training to CSE students in C and Data structures for TEN days. The continuous hands-on training was held from 13th to 23rd August,2017. During this training, the students were trained with applications of Arrays, Functions, Loops, Structures, Unions, Stacks, Linked Lists, Queues, Trees and Graphs. The entire training was held in lab with hands-on sessions, helped students in coding developments and error detections.

 

Java training

Three days of Extensive java training was conducted for final year students by Rookies World, Bangalore. Hands-on session where provided for the students for better understanding of concepts. This session was held on 9th to 11th September, 2017. During this training, the professional trainers of the Rookies World were discussed the applications of following concepts like Encapsulation, Inheritance , Polymorphism, Java Swing, Applet etc.

 

Java Script & Pure Script

2 days Java Script & Pure Script Training was conducted on 16th & 17th October,2017 by Mr.Pranesh Kumar , NIIT, Bangalore. All the final year students were attended this Hands-on workshop.

Advanced Data Structures & Application

One day Advanced Data Structures & Application training was arranged for Final Year students on 25th October,2017. The Hands-on training session was handled by in house faculties Prof. Sayeesh and Mr. Tahir N H B.

JAVA Programming

Java is a high-level programming language. Java it is simpler to use and enforces an object-oriented programming model. Java can be used to create complete applications that may run on a single computer or be distributed among servers and clients in a network. The inhouse faculties(Dr. Mohideen Badhusha, Prof. Sayeesh, Mr. Parikshith, Ms. Ankitha Shetty, Mrs. Deeksha M and Ms. Shilpa) of department of CSE were handled the basics of Java for 2 days. During this basic training, the inhouse faculties taught Object Orientation concepts and Basics of Java programming.

For Pre-Final Year Students

C and C ++ Training

C Programming is best known programming language. C Programming is near to machine as well as human so it is called as Middle level Programming Language. C Programming can be used to do verity of tasks.  This training was also conducted for pre-final year students. The training was conducted for three days, including 2 days for C language and one day of C++. This session was conducted on 26th, 27th and 28th August 2017 by Genesis Carrier Avenue,Bangalore.

Soft skill Training

Students were trained with soft skill for one day. They were given with real world examples of facing the interviews, also trained to face different rounds of interviews like group discussion etc. This session was handled by Mr. Afthab , Genesis Carrier Avenue, Bangalore.

 

Software testing and automation

The Four days Software Testing & Automation was conducted from 27th October to 31st October 2017 for V Semester Students. The Four days hands-on session was handled by Mrs. Seema Nair, Callibri Code Pvt. Ltd. , Bangalore.

Software testing is a process of executing a program or application with the intent of finding the software bugs. Software testing is an investigation conducted to provide stakeholders with information about the quality of the product or service under test. Software testing can also provide an objective, independent view of the software to allow the business to appreciate and understand the risks of software implementation. Test techniques include the process of executing a program or application with the intent of finding software errors or other defects. It can also be stated as the process of validating and verifying that a software program or application or product. Students were guided with the uses of software testing and its implementation and its current use in the trending companies. The hands-on about software testing was also given to students in the collage labs by the resource person.

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2018-19

Department of computer science and engineering conducted a final year students Project Exhibition on 26th April 2019. There were 26 projects of various fields like Cloud Computing, Big Data Analysis, Image Processing, Network Security, Data Mining, Android Applications, RASPBERRY PI, Wireless Sensor Networks, E-Governance, Robotics, Web-services, E-Commerce, Mobile Applications, ERP and Healthcare.

 

 

Dr Roopalaxmi, Dr Sumith N., Prof. Jayanth Rathod, Mrs Harshitha GM and Mr Manjunath H. R had evaluated the projects.

Following is the glimpse of the Project Exhibition Day of Department of Computer Science and Engineering.

 

 

 

 

The following projects were selected as the best projects for this year by judges

Place

Project associates

Project guide

Title

First

Shilpa Shetty

Sridevi

Srujana

Vishruth

Mrs. Vidya

Analysis of  quality of coconut

Second

Adarsha MS

Chaitra G

Kumaraswamy

Prof. Venkatesh Bhat

Dynamic video stitching via shakiness removal

Second

Ganesh Shrikanth

Heisam Sursita

Madhukara

Mishra Himanshu U

Mrs. Shruthi Shetty

Smart trash segregator dustbin monitoring system

All Projects Work Details CAY (2018-19)

Batch No.

Students

USN

Guide

Title

Domain/Type

B1.        

Pratiksha Rai

4AL15CS070

Ms. Ankitha Shetty

Fuel tanker safety system

IoT/Embedded Systems

Application

Sumith Kumar

4AL15CS095

Varsha S

4AL15CS104

Shetty Aishwarya

4AL15CS114

B2.        

Kusumasri

4AL15CS099

Mr. Tahir N

Prevention of phishing attacks on voting system using visual cryptography

Network security

Review

Vaibhavi K

 

4AL15CS102

B3.        

Raja Rajeshwari

4AL15CS075

Mr. Vivek Sharma

Automobile anti theft system

Embedded Real Time systems

Application

Shreyas Rao

4AL15CS088

Thripthi A H

4AL15CS101

B4.        

Arjun K

AmithD’silva

Deekshith Raj

4AL14CS012

4AL15CS025

4AL15CS048

Mr. Vivek Sharma

AI consultant partner

Artificial intelligence

Review

B5.        

Nidhi Aradya

4AL15CS063

Mr. Harish Kunder

Removal of Gaussian impulse noise from computed tomography

Image processing

Research

Meghan G R

4AL15CS056

Thejaswini m b

4AL15CS010

Sanjay

4AL15CS085

B6.        

Rahul nayak

4AL15CS073

Mrs. Merlyn

Traffic management near U-turns to avoid accident

IoT

Application

Pooja

4AL15CS065

Mukesh

4AL15CS060

Rakesh

4AL15CS076

B7.        

Sridevi

4AL15CS092

Mrs. Vidya

Analyzing the quality of coconut

Machine Learning

Research

Srujana

4AL15CS093

Vishruth

4AL15CS108

Shilpa Shetty

4AL15CS086

B8.        

Ashwini Shetty

4AL15CS017

Mr. Chanchal

Advanced data integrity checking mechanism in cloud

Network security

Research

Devika Shetty

4AL15CS027

Deeksha Shetty

4AL15CS028

Deeksha

4AL15CS030

B9.        

Divya R

4AL15CS032

Dr. Sumith N.

Intelligent Automatic Teller Machine

Algorithm

Research

Megha

4AL15CS055

Jasmine

4AL15CS043

Jolyn

4AL15CS046

B10.     

Adarsh rai

4AL15CS074

Dr.  Mohideen Badhusha S

Recovery of fault node in WSN for smart agriculture

Wireless sensor network

Application

Mayor Shetty

4AL15CS084

Tusharpoojary

 

4AL15CS067

B11.     

Priyanka BM

4AL15CS071

Dr. Manjunath Kotari

Automatic driver drowsiness detection system using GSM and Raspberry Pi

IoT

Application

ShruthiSalian

4AL15CS090

Surekhareddy

4AL15CS097

Vinay

4AL15CS106

B12.     

Adarsh MS

4AL15CS002

Mr. Venkatesh

Dynamic video stitching via shakiness removing

Image processing

Application

Chaitra G

4AL15CS023

Kumaraswamy

4AL15CS051

B13.     

Ganesh

4AL15CS034

Ms. Shruthi

Sensor based smart dustbin for waste segregation using GSM

IoT

Application

Sursita

4AL15CS039

Madhukara

 

4AL15CS054

B14.     

Yogesh UH

4AL16CS403

Mr. Sushanth M

Video steganography to secure communication using LSB matching revisited algorithm for military application

Network security

Research

Pramod KS

4AL15CS112

Sneha K N

4AL15CS091

Suraksha RB

4AL15CS096

B15.     

Adithya V Shetty

4AL15CS004

Ms. Reena

Easy surf

Web application

Algeena carol

4AL15CS007

Aditya Naik

4AL15CS115

B16.     

ArcharyaRakshitha

4AL15CS001

Mr. Hemanth Kumar

Smart irrigation

IoT

Application

Kavya rai

4AL15CS049

Hema

4AL15CS040

Pavithra G

4AL14CS051

B17.     

Geethanjali

4AL15CS035

Ms. Megha

Smart parking system

IoT

Application

Aishitha

4AL15CS015

Anushri

4AL15CS012

Anusha

4AL15CS011

B18.     

Anu Prakash

4AL15CS010

Mrs. Harshitha

Behavior analysis based on tweets: a classification approach

Machine learning

Review

Chithra

 

4AL15CS024

 

B19.     

Aishwarya K

4AL15CS005

Mr. ParikshithNayaka

E bank Log system

Network security

Application

Arjun V

4AL15CS013

Bhargavi

4AL15CS020

Jeffin

4AL15CS035

B20.     

Arpitha

4AL15CS014

Mrs. MangalaKini

Auto detection of phishing websites using machine learning

Machine learning

Research

Ashrithajain

4AL15CS016

Chaithra

4AL15CS022

Deekshitha

4AL15CS029

B21.     

PoojaryPrajwal

4AL15CS066

Mr. Sayeesh

The voice of citizen

Web based application

Sachinpandith

4AL15CS081

Sushanth

4AL15CS098

Vilasraj

4AL15CS105

B22.     

Poorna

4AL15CS068

Dr. Manjunath Kotari

Water tank monitoring system

IoT

Application

Shraddha

4AL15CS087

Sudharshan

4AL15CS094

Nishmitha

4AL15CS064

B23.     

Jagdish

4AL15CS042

Ms. Shilpa

Sign language communication

Machine learning

Application

Tejaskajare

4AL15CS047

Lalithkumar

4AL15CS053

Yathish

4AL15CS018

B24.     

Priyanka SP

4AL15CS072

Mr. VasudevShahpur

Secured data sharing in cloud

Security

Application

ShrideviPrabhu

4AL15CS089

Nalini

4AL15CS079

Ranjith

4AL16CS401

B25.     

Akshay

4AL15CS037

Mr. VasudevShahpur

Implementation of DNA cryptography in cloud computing

Network security

Research

Adarshpujar

4AL15CS003

Ankith

4AL15CS009

Vinay S

4AL15CS106

B26.     

Nidhi C

4AL15CS062

Mr. Hemanth Kumar

An android app for mushroom disease detection: A data mining approach

Machine learning

Application

Prajwal S

4AL15CS069

Shetty Niketha

4AL15CS113

Rakshitha M

4AL15CS078

2017-18
Project Screening , Project Funding & Project Exhibition 2017-18

The KSCST- Karnataka State Council for Science & Technology sanctioned a Rs. 12,000 for Best 3 projects of the department of Computer Science & Engineering for the Academic year 2017-18. All the 3 projects were selected for KSCST Zonal Level Exhibition held at SJEC, Mangalore.   

 

 

Finally, one project is selected for the KSCST State Level Exhibition held on 10th & 11th August,2018 BIET,Davanagere.

 

 

The  VTU has given financial assistance to following projects and sanctioned Rs 10,000 for the execution the project.

Sl. no

Title

USN

Name

Guide

1

Vbraille: Haptic Braille perception using a touch screen and vibration on mobile phones

4AL14CS067, 4AL14CS068

 4AL14CS041

4AL14CS031

RAMYA K

REEBA THANKAM CHANDY

MAHESHA

K NIKHIL V SHETTY

Mr. Tahir Naquash

2

Smartphone based automatic irrigation system

4AL14CS093

4AL14CS094

4AL15CS403

4AL15CS406

VARSHA A

VARSHA P M

PRANEETH C

SHUBHA H V

Mr. Chanchal Anthony

 

 

Project Screening

The Department of Computer Science & Engineering organized a Project Screening on 5th October, 2017 the purpose of funding the best Two projects of Final years students.  The event was screened by following committee members

  1. Harish K S, Prof & Head, Dept. of MCA, MIT, Manipal
  2. Geetha V, Professor, Dept of IT, NITK, Surathkal.
  3. Manjunath Kotari, Prof & HOD, CSE
  4. Sumith N, Associate Professor & Project Coordinator, Dept of CSE
  5. Project Guides of the Department

 

There were 23 project batches of Final year students were presented their idea of Projects. The Two batches of student’s projects have been rejected by committee during this screening. The committee also suggested to modify the projects of 3 batches. The committee also scrutinized and selected 2 best projects for funding. Based on applications and usefulness in the social community 2 projects got selected for the funding by the committee for the year 2017-18.

 

Project Exhibition

The following are list of projects selected for final years and exhibited during Project Exhibition held on 10th May, 2018.

 

 

Batch No.

Name of the student s

USN

Name of the guide

Title of the Project

 

B1

Anvitha Bhat H.G

4AL14CS009

Dr. S Mohideen Badhusha

Automatic number plate recognition and RFID tag for detecting the vehicle number plate

 

 

Bhavyashree S Barkuru

4AL14CS017

 

Arpitha

4AL14CS013

 

Hemashree.J

4AL14CS025

 

B2

Karthika K

4AL13CS046

 

 

Mr. Sayeesh

Remote controlling and threat detection of home appliances using arduino

 

Sindhu M.R.

4AL13CS095

 

Vimal K.

4AL13CS116

 

K.M.Thomas

4AL14CS030

 

B3

Aishwarya Saraswathi H M

4AL14CS002

Mr. Venkatesh

An android app for traffic pre-emption using vanet

 

 

Anusha

4AL13CS010

 

Kartik Ganiga

4AL14CS034

 

Manjula K C

4AL14CS044

 
 

B4

Archana Achar

4AL14CS010

Dr. Sumith N.

IoT patient monitoring system

 

Neetha Tellis

4AL14CS048

 

Deepa Shetty

4AL14CS020

 

Deepthi Shetty

4AL14CS021

 

B5

Chandana C

4AL14CS019

Ms. Ankitha

Two factor access control for web based cloud computing services

 

 

Harshitha Bhat

4AL14CS024

 

Mohitha S

4AL14CS045

 

Nishmitha Shetty

4AL14CS050

 

B6

Pratheek P P

4AL13CS067

Mr. Tahir

Vbraille: Text input of multi-touch screen mobile phones

 

R Toshitha

4AL13CS068

 

Mahesha

4AL14CS041

 

K Nikhil V Shetty

4AL14CS031

 

B7

Anita Parashurama Chalavadi 

4AL14CS007

Mrs. Vidya

VCOP : Vehicle Document Verification Using Vehicle Number

 

Fathima Ashika

 

4AL14CS023

 

Kaveri Ningappa Gunjiganvi

4AL14CS035

 

Kavyashree Rai

4AL14CS038

 

B8

Divya Vinod Bandekar

4AL14CS022

Mrs. Deeksha

Alvas Vidyarthi

 

Karishma R Vernekar

4AL14CS032

 

Mamata V Naik

4AL14CS042

 

Nagaveni V

4AL14CS046

 

B9

Bitty Grace

4AL13CS023

 

 

Mr. Harish Kunder

A Smart Surveillance for ATM

 

 

Apeksha Rai

4AL13CS014

 

Shetty Shraddha

4AL13CS088

 

Kavya Padman

4AL14CS037

 

B10

Bhat Apoorva Ananda

4AL14CS016

Mrs. Harshitha

IOT Based Smart Bus Ticketing and Tracking System

 

 

Bharath M.

4AL14CS015

 

Nitesh Narayan Vaidya

4AL13CS060

 

Kavitha Chandrahasa

4AL14CS036

 

B11

Sumathi S M

4AL13CS105

Ms.Megha

Automatic toll collection system using RFID

 

Jithesh A

4AL14CS029

 

Manasa R

4AL14CS043

 

Nikhitha Kale M

4AL14CS049

 

B12

Preema jovita serrao

4AL14CS059

Ms. Shruthi

 

Facial expression based music player

 

Rajashree

4AL14CS062

 

Sahana

4AL14CS072

 

Savitri

4AL14CS076

 

B13

Khaleed Ahmed

4AL15CS400

Mrs. Merlyn

SmartLib using RFID and Android

 

Pavitra

4AL15CS402

 

Rakshith Pai

4AL14CS065

 

Tejaswini Gowda

4AL14CS089

 

B14

Veekshitha

4AL14CS095

Ms.Shilpa

Web based criminal reporting system using mobile device

 

Rashmitha R

4AL15CS404

 

Shetty Diksha Dinesh

4AL15CS405

 

Prakruthi  Prakash

4AL14CS056

 

B15

Varsha A

4AL14CS093

Mr. Chanchal Antony

Smartphone based automatic irrigation system

 

Varsha P M

4AL14CS094

 

Shubha H V

4AL15CS406

 

Praneeth C

4Al15CS403

 

B16

Rakesh MS

4AL14CS064

Mr. Sushant M

Development of Mobile-Based Hand Vein Biometrics for Global Health Patient Identification

 

Rakshithashree H

4AL14CS066

 

Ramya K

4AL14CS067

 

Shwetha

4AL14CS083

 

B17

Prarthana M J

4AL14CS057

Mr. Parikshith Nayaka S K

Biometric authentication using online dynamic signature

 

Trupti padmanabha poojary

4AL14CS091

 

Pratiksha Shetty

4AL14CS098

 

Priyanka K G D

4AL14CS060

 

B18

Pragathi Shetty

4AL14CS054

Mr. Hemanth Kumar

Cloud based file sharing system

 

 Rajkumari Sunanda

4AL14CS063

 

Sowmya Shree K S

4AL14CS087

 

Swathi  N G

4AL14CS088

 

B19

Shetty Prajwal Poovappa

4AL14CS078

Mrs.Mangala Kini

Iot Based Accident Detection and Vehicle Monitoring System

 

 

Shravan

4AL14CS082

 

Sandeep G Naik

4AL14CS074

 

Vikram

4AL15CS409

 

B20

Poojari Karan Satish

 

4AL14CS052

Ms. Remul Pinto

Rare blood tracker: Android application

 

 

Shetty Sunny Shivram

4AL14CS080

 

Venkatesh                           

4AL14CS097

 

Somashekar

4AL14CS084

 

B21

Pragathi Kalgutkar

4AL14CS055

Mr. Vivek Sharma

A Speakup app for people

 

Reeba Thankam Chandy

4AL14CS069

 

Sai Priya

4AL14CS073

 

Sonal D Bandekar

4AL14CS085

 

B22

Akash K

4AL14CS004

Mr. Vasudev Shahpur

Learn and teach

 

Hrishikesh

4AL14CS027

 

Nagesh

4AL14CS047

 

Karthik OV

4AL14CS033

 

B23

Safnaz

4AL14CS071

Mr. Vasudev Shahpur

Sensor Based Automated Attendance System

 

 

Sony Kotian

4AL14CS086

 

Veerabhadraswamy

4AL14CS096

 

Umesh Pujar B

 

4AL15CS406

 

 

The judges of the Project Exhibition

  1. Harish K S, Prof & Head, Dept. of MCA, MIT, Manipal
  2. Annappa , Professor, dept of CSE, NITK, Surathkal

The judges were selected the following best two best for the I & II Prizes during Exhibition.

Sl.No

Place

Name

Title

Guide Name

1

I

K M Thomas

Vimal

Karthika K

Sindhu M R

 

Remote controlling & threat detection of Home appliances using AURDINO

 

 

 

 

Prof. Sayeesh

2

II

Nithesh Vaidya

Bharath

Apoorva

Kavitha

 

IOT based smart bus  ticketing and tracking system

Mrs. Harshitha G M

 

2019-20
2018-19
2017-18
2019-20

The students are encouraged to take internship program during their semester break. HoD, TPO and Faculty members give their guidance, suggestions and scope and contact details of an internship. HoD and Faculty also help the students by interacting with the industrial experts, provide the students recommendation letters and other necessary supports. The HoD and Dean(Planning) constantly interacts with the Academic Collaboration/MoU related organizations and request them to provide necessary guidelines and supports for internship. As per the University Curriculum, all the students admitted to III year of BE/B.Tech shall have to undergo mandatory internship of 4 weeks during the vacation of VI and VII semesters and /or VII and VIII semesters. A University examination shall be conducted during VIII semester and the prescribed credit shall be included in VIII semester. Internship shall be considered as a head of passing and shall be considered for the award of degree.

 

Department of Computer Science & Engineering students were doing internship in various MoU related organizations like NARL-ISRO, Gadanki, NRSC-ISRO,Hydrabad ,RRSC-ISRO,&  ISRO Head Quarters Bangalore, IIIT Allahabad, HAL, Bangalore, DIAT Pune etc.

 

CSE Student Pramod presenting his Internship work in IBM Labs

The students are also doing internship in other than MoU related organizations like NIC, Goa, NPCOIL, Kaiga, IIM, Bangalore, L & T Bangalore, Sasken, Bangalore and Siemens, Mumbai.

 

STUDENTS INTERNSHIP DETAILS 2019-20

Following are the list of students who did their internship in various MoU related organizations.

Sl. No.Name of the StudentUSN Name of the Organization
1.    Marsh Vishal Lobo 4AL16CS052NARL, Thitupathi,
2.    Nayak Vishal Sadananda4AL16CS057AP
3.    Ravi K R4AL16CS076AP
4.    Manoj L4AL16CS125AP
5.    P Vighnesh Pejathaya4AL16CS060AP
6.    Vignesh4AL16CS124AP
7.    Manish B. Shriyan4AL16CS131AP
8.    Imran Khan4AL16CS040AP
9.    Ms. Aruna Kumari V4AL16CS018RRSC, Bangalore
10.         Sangeetha N A4AL16CS083IIIT, Allahabad
11.         Shaima Abdul Kader4AL16CS087IIIT, Allahabad
12.         Shruthi K Kamath4AL16CS100IIIT, Allahabad
13.         Shetty Sonali Sanjeeva4AL16CS123IIIT, Allahabad
14.         Karthik M R4AL16CS044IIIT, Allahabad
15.         Sujay4AL16CS106IIIT, Allahabad
16.         Rakesh M Kotian4AL16CS072IIIT, Allahabad
17.         Rakshith Umesh Rai4AL16CS075IIIT, Allahabad
18.         VAIBHAVI4AL16CS115IIIT, Allahabad
19.         AFRAH SALEEM4AL16CS062IIIT, Allahabad
20.         APEKSHA RANE4AL17CS010IIIT, Allahabad
21.         Ajayashree K4AL17CS002NIC, GOA
22.         Anusha P S4AL16CS015IIIT, Allahabad
23.         Pooja Rajeev4AL16CS063IIIT, Allahabad
24.         Harshith S4AL16CS078IIIT, Allahabad
25.         Sandhya Kapse4AL18CS401IIIT, Allahabad
26.         Rousha4AL17CS079IIIT, Allahabad
27.         Shaifa Shala4AL17CS084IIIT, Allahabad
28.         Ajeyashree K4AL17CS002IIIT, Allahabad
29.         Shrilatha K Kamath4AL17CS099IIIT, Allahabad
30.         Apeksha Rajendra Rane4AL17CS010IIIT, Allahabad
31.         Gayatri V Kamat4AL17CS030NPCOIL, Kaiga
32.         Raghavi Harischandra Gaonkar4AL17CS071NPCOIL, Kaiga
33.         Hemalatha S4AL17CS033RRSC-ISRO, Bangalore
34.         Jayalakshmi M4AL17CS035RRSC-ISRO, Bangalore
35.         Mhaske Pooja Sambhaji4AL17CS050RRSC-ISRO, Bangalore
36.         Jagath Haren4AL17CS034NRSC, Hydrabad
37.         K Thrishul4AL17CS038NRSC, Hydrabad
38.         Nagashree Arun M4AL17CS052NRSC, Hydrabad
39.         Naik Nayana Ganapati4AL17CS053NRSC, Hydrabad
40.         Ramitha Y S4AL17CS074Go-Crack It- IIM, Bangalore
41.         Rani M D4AL17CS075Go-Crack It- IIM, Bangalore
42.         Shah Dhruvil Amit4AL17CS083NARL, Thirupathi
43.         Vikas A L4AL17CS109NARL, Thirupathi
44.         Syed Hudaif Ibrahim4AL17CS104NARL, Thirupathi
45.         Viha B Raju4AL17CS108L & T, Bangalore
46.         Vinod Kumar4AL17CS112DIAT, Pune
47.         Nachiketh S Bhat4AL17CS119DIAT, Pune
48.         Ravi Math4AL17CS122DIAT, Pune
49.         Shetty Ankit Suresh4AL17CS086DIAT, Pune

2018-19

Sl.No.

Name of the Company

Number of Students

1.

NARL-ISRO, AP

04

2.

NRSC-ISRO, AP

03

3.

RRSC-ISRO, Bangalore

01

4.

IIIT, Allahabad

39

5.

IIM, Bangalore

03

6.

HAL, Bangalore

09

7.

BHEL, Bangalore

02

8.

IBM Labs, Bangalore

04

9.

Seimens, Mumbai

04

10.

Sasken, Bangalore

02

11.

Mitra Software, Shivamogga

03

12.

Mindsoft-HP, Bangalore

02

13.

Callibre Code Pvt.Ltd, Bangalore

30

14.

SOIS, Manipal

06

15.

IQ Gateway, Bangalore

01

16.

MedPac Solutions, Bangalore

02

17.

Technovice Pvt. Ltd, Mysore

07

18.

Amphisoft, Mysore

03

19.

Mobinius, Bangalore

01

20.

Hamshine, Bangalore

03

21.

Zoom Tail Technologies, Bangalore

01

22.

Evry Pvt Ltd, Bangalore

01

23.

Azure Skynet Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Hydrabad

01

2017-18

Sl.No.

Name of the Copany

Number of Students

1.

RRSC-ISRO, Bangalore

05

2.

IIM, Bangalore

02

3.

Bosch Automation, Bangalore

01

4.

Mitra Software, Shivamogga

02

5.

MONKFOX, Bangalore

46

6.

Calibre Code Solutions Pvt Ltd

15

7.

Vizio Consultancy Software Pvt Ltd

01

8.

Empulse Research and Data Analytics Pvt Ltd, Mysore

05

9.

Oscki Lab, Bangalore

03

10.

Jelebiz, Mumbai

02

11.

Applied Cognition Systems Pvt Ltd, Manipal

05

12.

Prok Devices, Mumbai

01

13.

Welldoc, Mumbai

02

14.

Prism Cyber Soft Pvt Ltd., Mumbai

02

15.

SOIS, Manipal

03

16.

RIIT, Mysore

03

17.

Change Street Technology Pvt Ltd

01

 

iCATccT - 2018
iCATccT - 2018
4th International Conference on  Applied and Theoretical Computing and Communication Technology (iCATccT) - 2018

 Dates: 6TH & 7TH of Sept, 2018

The International conference iCATccT – 2018 was jointly organized by the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Departments of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Department of Information Science and Engineering 6th and 7th September 2017.

 

The main objective of this conference is bring both to Applied and Theoretical Computing Researchers, academicians, scholars, experts, engineers, students and Industrialists This conference was focused on promoting, developing and organizing associations and networks of Academicians, Engineers and Professionals and also to make faculty indulge in high end research in the relevant fields. Keynote address, and paper presentations from authors were a part of iCATccT – 2018.

 

A total of 209 submissions were received across India as well as from abroad.  To name very few among them are - UttarPradesh, Gujarath, Maharashtra, Tamilnadu, Kerala, Hyderabhad, Telagana and various parts of Karnataka, witnessing this truly popular and international event. The Technical Program Committee (TPC) comprising around 150 experts from academia and industry selected 61 papers for presentations and 53 registered. Acceptance rate is 27.6%. The conference will run in 3 parallel sessions in 2 days.       

 

Later lighting the lamp by Guest of Honor Dr.  Alvaro Rocha, Professor, University of Coimbra, Portgul and other dignitaries on the dias. The other dignitaries present during the inauguration were Sri Ganga Prasad, Sr. Director and Center Head, C-DAC, Bengaluru,  Sri.Vivek Alva, Managing trustee, AEF, Dr.Peter Fernandes, Principal, AIET, General Chair Dr.Niranajan Sr. member IEEE, Professor and Head Dept. of Computer Application. Proceedings of the conference released by dignitaries

 

 

General Chair Dr.Niranajan, iCATccT – 2018 was briefed about the details of the conference, He mentioned that total of 209 submissions were received across India as well as from abroad and the Technical Program Committee (TPC) comprising around 150 experts from academia and industry selected 61 papers for presentations and 53 registered.

 

After the tea break, the inauguration function was followed by key note address by Dr Alvaro Roach, AISTI & University of Coimbra, Portugal, in his key note address, stressed about process quality management through information technology audit. The roots lie in IBM’s Business System Planning Methodology which provides a top down analysis of the information requirements of the business. Dr Alvaro Roach was felicitated by guest of honor Sri.Ganga Prasad GL.

 

After the lunch, papers were presented by the participants in their respective tracks.  The three track in charges, were

 

Session - 1.1

  1. Theoretical Computer Science I

Date/Time -  September 6, 2018 (Thursday) / 02:15 -  03:45 hrs

Venue Room Number -002

Chairs - Dr. MohideenBadhusha S, Sr.Professor, dept. of CSE, AIET

              N.V Subba Reddy, Professor Department of Computer Science &                

              Engineering, Manipal Institute of Technology.

Session -1.2.

  1. Applications of Communication I,

           Date/Time -  September 6, 2018 (Thursday)/ 02:15 03:45 hrs

           Venue Room Number -002

Chairs - Dr. Manjunatha D.V, HOD & Sr.Professor, dept. of ECE, AIET

              Dr. Bore Gowda S B, Professor Department of Electronics & Communication   

              Engineering Manipal Institute of Technology

Session 1.3

  1. Big Data Analytics

                Date/Time September 6, 2018 (Thursday) 02:15 ‐ 03:45 hrs

                Venue Room Number -103

Chairs- Dr. Sumith.N, Associate Professor, dept. of CSE, AIET

             Dr. Prema K V, Professor Department of Computer Science & Engineering

             Manipal Institute of Technology.

Session 2.1

  1. Computing Applications I

                Date/Time September 6, 2018 (Thursday) 04:00 ‐ 05:30 hrs

                Venue Room Number -001

Chairs - Dr. ManjunathaKotari, HOD & Professor, dept. of CSE, AIET

              N.V Subba Reddy, Professor Department of Computer Science & Engineering   

              Manipal Institute of Technology

Session 2.2

  1. Communications Theory

                Date/Time September 6, 2018 (Thursday) 04:00 ‐ 05:30 hrs

               Venue Room Number -002

Chairs - Dr. RoopaLakshmi.R, Professor, dept. of ISE, AIET

              Dr. Prema K V, Professor Department of Computer Science & Engineering

              Manipal Institute of Technology

Session 2.3

  1. Applications of Communication II

               Date/Time September 6, 2018 (Thursday) 04:00 ‐ 05:30 hrs

               Venue Room Number -103

Chairs - Dr. Dattathreya, Dean Planning & Sr. Professor, dept. of ECE, AIET

              Dr. Bore Gowda S B, Professor Department of Electronics & Communication       

              Engineering Manipal Institute of Technology

On Second day 07/09/2108, the conference sessions were started with paper presentation at 10 AM. The sessions are mentioned below-

Session 3.1

  1. Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing I

                 Date/Time September 7, 2018 (Friday) 10:00 ‐ 11:30 hrs

                 Venue Room Number -001

Chairs - JayanthkumarRathod.A, Professor & HOD, dept. of ISE, AIET

              Dr. Shashidhar G. Koolagudi, Professor Department of Computer Science

              & Engineering NITK-Surathkal

Session 3.2

  1. Computing Applications II

                Date/Time September 7, 2018 (Friday) 10:00 ‐ 11:30 hrs

                Venue Room Number -002

Chairs - Dr. Sumith.N, Associate Professor, dept. of CSE, AIET

              Dr. Geetha V, Professor Department of Information Technology NITKSurathkal

Session 3.3

  1. Applications of Communication III

               Date/Time September 7, 2018 (Friday) 10:00 ‐ 11:30 hrs

               Venue Room Number -103

Chairs - Dr. Praveen.J, Dean Academic & Professor, dept. of ECE, AIET

              Dr. Muralidhar Kulkarni, Professor Department of Electronics &                

              Communication Engineering NITK- Surathkal.

Session 4.1

  1. Applications of Communication IV

                    Date/Time September 7, 2018 (Friday) 11:45 ‐ 01:15 hrs

                    Venue Room Number -001

Chairs - Prof. Shankar, Associate Professor, dept. of ECE, AIET

              Dr. MuralidharKulkarni, Professor Department of Electronics &

              Communication Engineering, NITK-Surathkal.

Session 4.2

  1. Theoretical Computer Science II

                     Date/Time September 7, 2018 (Friday) 11:45 ‐ 01:15 hrs

                     Venue Room Number -002

Chairs - Dr. Roopalakshmi.R, Professor, dept. of ISE, AIET.

             Dr. Shashidhar G. Koolagudi, Professor Department of Computer Science

             & Engineering NITK-Surathkal.

Session 4.3

  1. Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing II

                     Date/Time September 7, 2018 (Friday) 11:45 ‐ 01:15 hrs

                     Venue Room Number -103

Chairs - Dr. MohideenBadhusha.S, Sr.Professor, dept. of CSE, AIET

              Dr. Geetha V , Professor Department of Information Technology NITKSurathkal

 

Session Photos

After all the presentations, the valedictory function was started at 1PM, Dr.Murlidhar Kulkarni, chief guest of the valedictory was address the gathering followed by
Dr.Peter Fernandes, Principal, AIET and concluded at 2 PM.

 

Photo session with Dignitaries, organising team and Sponsorers of the ICATCCT-2018

 

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Mr. Sayeesh

Asst. Professor

Mr. Sayeesh

Asst. Professor
B.E, M.Tech
08258 - 262724
sayeesh@aiet.org.in

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Mr. Harish Kunder

Sr. Asst. Professor

Mr. Harish Kunder

Sr. Asst. Professor
B.E, M.Tech
08258 - 262725
harishkunder@aiet.org.in

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Mr. Vasudev S Shahapur

Associate Professor

Mr. Vasudev S Shahapur

Associate Professor
B.E, M.Tech
08258-262724
shahapurvasu@gmail.com

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Mr. Venkatesh

Senior Associate Professor

Mr. Venkatesh

Senior Associate Professor
B.E, M.Tech
08258 - 262724
venkateshbhat2007@gmail.com

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Dr. S. Mohideen Badhusha

Professor

Dr. S. Mohideen Badhusha

Professor
M.E, Ph.D
8122572250
badhusha.sm@gmail.com

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