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Computer Science & Engineering

1 About
2 Technical Talks
3 Staff Achievements
4 Student Achievements
5 Industrial Visit
6 Workshop & Training
7 Innovative Programmes
8 Unique Labs
9 Forum Activities
10 Pre-Placement Training
11 Certification Programmes
12 Certification Programmes
13 Internship
14 E-News
15 Faculty
1 About


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. The Post Graduate course, M.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering has introduced from academic year 2012-13 with an intake of 18 students.

To keep pace with latest technologies, department has employed experienced and dedicated faculty with strong commitment towards research work. The department is dedicated to education, research and overall excellence. The students are well placed in reputed industries as well as continuing higher education in the premier institutes.The Intel FICE Lab was established with atom processors in the year 2013-14 and every year students carrying out 3-4 innovative projects in this Lab. The CSE department has 2 specialized Labs for running Certification Courses like Apple iOS Developer Course and Edwin’s Linux Lab. Our Institution is recognized as a “iOS Developer University Program” with institution id 6MKL3RX9SK from Apple Developer Program Support during January 2015. 

The following Apple iOS apps were developed by CSE students of AIET has been approved by App Store.

1

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

2

MERGEO- https://itunes.apple.com/in/app/mergeo/id1438548443

3

Musical Expresshttps://itunes.apple.com/in/app/musicalexpress/id1438653274

4

Musical Express- https://itunes.apple.com/in/app/musicalexpress/id1438653274


Every year department will organize a 12 Technical Talks in the latest trends in the technologies by the eminent personalities like Professors of IISc Bangalore, NITK Surathkal, MIT Manipal, Scientists from ISRO, DRDO and Resource Persons from IT Corporate like Infosys, Wipro, Tech Mahindra, Philips and CSISCO Systems.

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.

Department Academic Collaboration/MoUs

Sl. No.

Name of the Organization

Effective from

Support from Organisation

1

National Atmospheric Research Laboratory (NARL), Gadanki, Chittoor, AP.

2017

Project/Internship/Guest Talk/ Workshop

 

2

National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC), Hyderabad

2017

Project/Internship/Guest Talk/ Workshop/ Industrial Visits

3

Regional Remote Sensing Centre (RRSC)-South Bangalore

2017

Project/Internship/Guest Talk/ Workshop

Industrial Visits

4

ISRO Head Quarters, Bangalore

2017

Project/Internship/Guest Talk/ Workshop/ Industrial Visits

5

IIIT, Allahabad

2018

Internships/Certification Programme/Workshop/Higher Studies

6

Calibre Code Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore

2017

Internship /Certification Programme/ Workshop

7

Vihan Sudhan Technologies, Mysore

2017

Students Project and Internship

8

Kumamoto University, Japan

 

2017

Student Exchange Program /Internship/Higher Studies

9

HAL, Bangalore

2016

Industrial Visits and Internship

10

Oscki Labs, Bangalore

 

2016

Internship and Project Work

11

Dlithe, Bengaluru

2018

Certificate Programs / Internship/ Industrial Visits

Name of Organisation: NARL, Gadanki, Tirupathi, AP

Sl. No

Topic

Duration and Date

Details of Resource person

1.            

Mr. Manish B Shriyan, Mr. P Vighnesh Pejathaya, students of 3rd Year completed 1st Phase of NARL Project titled “Automated GNSS Field Receiver using Microcomputer Board and its use in Mapping

21-01-2019 to 22-02-2019

Dr. Nirvikar Dashora, Sci./Engr.-SF,

NARL, Gadanki, AP

2.            

Mr. Marsh Vishal Lobo, Mr. Nayak Vishal Sadananda students of 3rd Year completed 1st Phase of NARL project titled “Algorithm for Integer data break and outlier detection in Geosciences observations

21-01-2019 to 22-02-2019

Dr. Nirvikar Dashora, Sci./Engr.-SF,

NARL, Gadanki, AP

Name of Organisation: NRSC, Hydrabad, AP

Sl. N0

Topic

Duration and Date

Details of Resource person

1.            

Mr. Rasik Shetty, Mr. Sanath Shetty, Mr. Parikshith Adiga B, 3rd Years CSE complted the Project Titled “Data Analytics with ELK stack and custom dashboard application for Bhuvan usage statistics” at NRSC, Hydrabad

17-01-2019 to 17-04-2019

Mr. Avishek Ghosh Roy,

Dr. Rajashree Bothle, GM, Outreach Facility, NRSC, Hydrabad

2.            

Dr. Manjunath Kotari, HoD-CSE, attended conference meeting at NRSC-Outreach Facilty to discuss about the Porject Oppurtinities for AIET students.

05-10-2018

Dr. Rajashree Bothle &

Dr. Sathyanarayana,

Outreach Facility, NRSC, Hydrabad

Name of Organisation: RRSC-South Bangalore

Sl. No.

Topic

Duration and Date

Details of Resource person

1.            

Ms. Kusumashree completed Internship at RRSC-South Bangalore

16th January,2018 to 11th February 2018

Dr. K. Ganesh Raj, General Manager, RRSC-South, Bangalore

2.            

Ms. Nidhi Chakravarthy, Mr. Prajwal S, Ms. Rakshitha M, Ms. Shetty Niketha S doing live project “Satellite Image Processing using Bigdata Analytics” at RRSC-South.

16th January,2018 to 11th February 2018

16th January 2019 to completion of Project

 

Dr. K. Ganesh Raj, General Manager, RRSC-South, Bangalore

3.            

Mr. Ravish B C completed Internship Project at RRSC-South on “Satellite Data Classification using Google earth Engine”.

16th July,2018 to 1st Sept,2018

Dr. B. Chandrasekaran, Scientist/Engineer, RRSC-South, Bangalore

Name of Organisation: ISRO Head Quarters, Bangalore

Sl. N0

Topic

Duration and Date

Details of Resource person

1.            

The 70 students & 2 Faculty members participated in Industrial Visit to Satellite Centre, ISRO

20-03-2018

Rajendra Hulyal

Group Head

Programme, Planning & Evaluation Group

2.            

The 60 students & 2 Faculty members participated in Industrial Visit to Master Control Facilty, ISRO

09-03-2017

Sudakar Babu S R, Sr. Admin Officer, MCF-ISRO, Hassan

3.            

Dr. Mohideen Badhusha S, Dr. Sumith N and Prof. Vasudev Shahapur S attended 2 days Workshop “Space Technology and its Application” at RRSC-South

2nd& 3rd Nov, 2017

Dr. Diwakar, Scientist, ISRO

4.            

The 60 students & 2 Faculty members participated in Industrial Visit to ISRO.

04-04-2016

G N V Prasad,

Group Director, ISRO ISAC, Bangalore

Name of Organisation: Hindustan Aeronautics Limited(HAL), Bangalore

Sl. No.

Topic

Duration and Date

Details of Resource person

1.            

About Nine (09) students completed Internship at HAL, Bangalore

28-01-2019 to 28-02-2019

A. Francis Justin, Manager, Helicopter MRO Division, HAL

2

About 70 students & 2 Faculty members participated in Industrial Visit to HAL

20-03-2018

Dr. M.R. Rao, GM, HAL

3

4 students completed internship at HAL

2017-18

Dr. M.R. Rao, GM, HAL

Name of Organisation: Callibre Code, Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore

Sl. No.

Topic

Duration and Date

Details of Resource person

1.            

Certification Programme on “iOS App Development”

16th Feb to 23rd Feb,2019

Mrs. Seema Nair, CEO, Callibre Code Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore

2.            

Internship programme on “Apple iOS App Development using Swift C Language and XCode”

15 Days

10-07-2018 to 25-07-2018

Mrs. Seema Nair, CEO, Callibre Code Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore

3.            

Internship on Web Development Programming

 

15 Days

16th January to 5th Feb 2018

Mrs. Seema Nair, CEO, Callibre Code Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore

4.            

Company offered a Jobto Mr. Vinay S during his 3rd Year Internship as a Software Developer.

16th Jan-5th Feb,2018

Mrs. Seema Nair, CEO, Callibre Code Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore

5.            

4 days Workshop on Software Testing & Automation.

 

 4 days

28th October to 31stOctober 2017

Mrs. Seema Nair, CEO, Callibre Code Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore

Name of Organisation: Vihan Sudhan Technologies, Mysore

Sl. No

Topic

Duration and Date

Details of Resource person

1.            

The 12 students of CSE completed Internship.

10-01-2018 to 30-01-2018

&

20-07-2018 to 05-08-2018

Mr. Madusudhan, Vihan Sudhan Technologies, Mysore

2.            

Mr. Pramod S 3rd Year CSE students completed his Live Project Titled “VS-SMART CCTV for CRIME DETECTION of ALVA’S INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY” in Product Development Design & Development domain and he was awarded with Certificate & Rs 3,000/- for Professional Excellence ihaan Suhan Technologies Pvt Ltd, Mysore.

01-10-2017 to 24-11-2017

Mr. Madusudhan, Vihan Sudhan Technologies, Mysore

Name of Organisation: ICT Academy, Chennai

Sl. N0

Topic

Duration and Date

Details of Resource person

1              

Conducted Certification Programme on “Data Science & Data Analytics”

5 days

3rd – 8th September 2018.

Mr. Dineshkumar Gandhi, Sr. Technical Trainer, ICT Academy, Ms. Fareha Hareem Sr. Trainer Dell-EMC

2              

Conducted 5 days FDP on “Firewall, Installation, Configuration and Management

8th to 12th January, 2018.

Mr. Shanmughavel Somu, Palo Alto Networks, Bangalore

3              

Mr. Hemanekth Kumar N.P, Mr. Vivek Sharma S, Mr. Venkatesh attended the FDPs in other partner institutions of ICT Academy 

January,2018

July, 2018

Mr. Gopinath Shankar, ICT Academy

Name of Organisation: Dlithe, Bengaluru

Sl. N0

Topic

Duration and Date

Details of Resource person

1.            

Conducted Certification Programme on “Cyber Security”

18th Feb-25th Feb,2019

Mr. Deepak Bhatt and Mr. Arun Dlithe, Bengaluru

2.            

Conducted Workshop on “Mobile Application Development using Android”

16th Jan-23rd Jan,2019

Mr. Avinash and Mr. Arun Rajpurohit, Dlithe, Bengaluru

 

3.            

Conducted Ceritificate Program on “Machine Learning using Python”

27th August 3rd September, 2018.

Mr. Arun Rajpurohit and Mr. N. Sridhar Murthy, Dlithe, Bengaluru

Apart from the Curriculum, the following activities will be held in every Academic Year.

    • Pre-placement Training Programme for Final Year Students & Pre-Final Years.
    • Internship of 45 days throughout the Engineering course.
    • Forum Activities(CMANIAX) -12 Technical Talks
    • Two Social Awareness programme organized by students
    • Two Technical Workshop’s for students
    • Minimum One Paper Presentation from every 2nd Year, 3rd Year and Final Year UG and PG students.
    • Two Faculty Development Programmes /Workshops.
    • Final Year Students Project Exhibitions
    • Two Industrial Visits
    • Certification Courses in the following
Sl. No Certification Courses
01 Apple iOS Developer course
02 Android App development
03 Core Java and Advanced Java
04 Web development course
05 Linux programming
06 Software Testing & Automations

Admissions Statistics

 
Sl. No Admission 2012-13 Admission 2013-14 Admission 2014-15 Admission 2015-16 Admission 2016-17 Admission 2017-18 Admission 2018-19
01 I 106 120 100 120 123 113 97
02 II 48 120 118 100 114 129 123
03 III 55 48 100 118 100 100 136
04 IV 59 58 50 100 100 92 97

Results from all the past years till date:

Sl. No Percentage
01 2011-12 100%
02 2012-13 100%
03 2013-14 98.32%
04 2014-15 100%
05 2015-16 98.83%
06 2016-17 96.78%
07 2017-18 98.83%

Dr. Manjunath Kottari

Head,Department of CSE


 B.E. M.Tech,Ph.D.,

CONTACT DETAILS

+91 9449586008

 08258 262724

 aietcse08@gmail.com

mkotari@aiet.org.in

 

Area Affiliation Qualification Research Interests Courses Taught Academic Experience Research Experience
Computer Science & Engineering AIET, Moodbidri- affiliated to VTU, Belgaum B.E in CSE, M.Tech in CSE, Ph.D-CSE Distributed Systems & Security, Computer Networks and Computer Architecture/CAD for VLSI Data Structures with C, OOPS with C++, Analysis and Design of Algorithms, Finite Automata and Formal Languages, Formal Languages in CS, Computer Networks, Data Communications, Micro Processors, Computer Organizations, Computer Graphics, Advanced Computer Architecture, Cryptography & Network Security, Network Management, Operating Systems, Computer Systems Performance Analysis, CAD for VLSI, Advances in VLSI Design, Programming Languages, Object Oriented Modeling & Design, Information & Network Security, Cloud Computing & Infrastructure Management, Storage Area Networks 18 years 07 years
National International
Refereed Journal Conference Refereed Journal Conference
01 08 11 06
Total :25
2 Technical Talks
3 Staff Achievements

STAFF ACHIEVEMENTS

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

 

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

 

 

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

 

Sl. No

Author

Research paper Title

Refereed

SCI Journal

Citation

Book /Book Chapter

1.

Dr. Manjunath Kotari

Implementation Of Ibe With Outsourced Revocation Technique In Cloud Computing

 

IJIREEICE

 

2.

Dr. Manjunath Kotari

Framework Of Security Mechanisms For Monitoring Adaptive Distributed Systems

 

IOSR-JCE

 

3.

Dr. Manjunath Kotari

Novel Authorized Accessible Privacy Model In Distributed M-Healthcare Cloud Computing System

 

IJARIE

 

4.

Dr. Sumith N.

Social Network Pruning For Optimal Social Networks

 

ELSEVIER

 

6.

Mr. Sushant M.

Secure Data Retrieval Using Access Policies In Cyber Text Policy Attribute Based Encryption

 

Vol 4, Issue 5

 

7.

Mr. Sushant M.

Localized Encryption And Authentication Protocol For Secure Key Management In Wireless Sensor Networks

 

Vol 5, Issue 6

 

8.

Mr. Sushant M.

Wireless Sensor Networks: An Overview On Security Issues And Challenges

 

Vol 3, Issue 3

 

9.

Mr. Vivek Sharma

Drifting Approach For Energy Consumption In Wireless Sensor Networks

 

Volume 6, Issue 6

 

10.

Mr. Venkatesh

Privacy Control Serial Key Generation

 

Volume 3. Issue 6

 

11.

Mr. Venkatesh

An Efficient Mining Of Frequent Item Set Purchase On Retail Outlet Using Frequent Item Set Ultra Metric Tree On Hadoop.

 

e-ISSN:2395-0056

p-ISSN:2395-0072

4 Student Achievements

STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENTS

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

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
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

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

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

N MANASA

MINING FREQUENT ITEMSET PURCHASE ON RETAIL OUTLET USING FREQUENT ITEMSET ULTRAMETRIC TREE ON HADOOP

 ICRIT

ARCHANA ACHAR
DEEPA SHETTY
DEEPTHI SHETTY

IOT BASED PATIENT HEALTH MONITORING SYSTEM

 IJCOT

ANVITHA BHAT H G
ARPITHA
BHAVYASHREE S B
HEMASHREE J

AUTOMATED NUMBER PLATE RECOGNITION TECHNIQUE FOR VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION

 ICRIT

SAFNAZ K
SONY G KOTIAN
VEERABHADRA SWAMY M B
UMESH PUJAR

SENSOR BASED ATTENDANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

ICRIT

CHANDAN 
HARSHITHA BHAT
MOHITHA
NISHMITHA

ACCESS CONTROL FOR WEB BASED CLOUD COMPUTING SERVICES

IEEE

K NIKHIL V SHETTY 
MAHESHA
PRATHEEK P P
R TOSHITHA

VBRAILLE: TEXT INPUT OF MULTITOUCH SCREEN MOBILE PHONES

 ICRIT

AKASH KUBASAD 
NITHESH NARAYANA VAIDYA

A LOCATION SPECIFIC FRAME WORK TO UNITE TRAINERS AND LEARNERS

 ICRIT

5 Industrial Visit

Industrial Visit 2018-19 | Industrial Visit to E & Y, Bangalore


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


Industrial Visit to IISc, Bangalore 


Department of Computer Science & Engineering organized an 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 have visited the 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 were 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 an 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 coordination of consultant guide at the 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 corporate history of KPCL.

  • Varahi as a surface powerhouse 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 powerhouse of Varahi Hydro Electric Project, presently having an installed capacity of 230MW (2 x 115MW).

The VTR Mini Hydel Scheme utilizes the tailrace waters of the Varahi Underground powerhouse and water from independent catchment up to the diversion weir site on Varahi River just downstream of Varahi Underground powerhouse tailrace confluence and the drop in the river bed level up to a location of VTR Mini Hydel Scheme Power House location, for power generation. The scheme is developed by M/s Sandur Power Ltd. the powerhouse 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 powerhouses 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 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 is 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.

Industrial Visit – ISRO ISAC


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 was 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 the 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 an audio video presentation on the development of propulsion system and gas turbine followed by the visit to Heritage center and Aerospace Museum where a number of aircraft 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 2x600 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 are 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 the construction phase as well as during the 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.

A 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 the 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 environmental 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.

Industrial Visit 2017

On 9th of March 2017, 60 Final Year students of CSE had a visit to Master Control Facility (MCF) at Hassan Karnataka. MCF monitors and controls all the Geostationary / Geosynchronous satellites of ISRO, namely, INSAT, GSAT, Kalpana and IRNSS series of satellites. MCF is responsible for Orbit Raising of satellites, In-orbit payload testing, and On-orbit operations all through the life of these satellites.

MCF activities include round-the-clock Tracking, Telemetry & Commanding (TT&C) operations, and special operations like Eclipse management, Station-keeping manoeuvres and recovery actions in case of contingencies. MCF interacts with User Agencies for effective utilization of the satellite payloads and to minimize the service disturbances during special operations.

It was the vision of Dr.Vikram Sarabhai to use the space technology for the benefit of society. The students were shown a video of how India changed drastically after satellites were launched. They were also shown the place from where all the Geostationary satellites were controlled and monitored.

On 10th of March 2017 students had a visit to Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), Bangalore. The students were shown many Launch vehicles like SLV, PSLV, GSLV and many other satellites were also shown. We learnt more about the launching of the satellites and also about the applications of various satellites.

The students were also visited the Clean room were all the satellites are assembled. Here they had a look at Chandrayan II which is to be launched in 2018. Once the satellites are assembled and tested they are then sent to Sriharikota for launching.

Report on Industrial visit to UPCL Udupi

Visit held on 7th and 8th November,2016


Being the student of Computer science & Engineering students come to know that the operation technology used for operating the boilers of the plant and how the plant is monitored with the help of software used SCADA basically which is an centralized system used to supervise a complete plant and basically consists of data accessing features and controlling processes remotely. It is used to monitor the boiler temperature, pressure and water level using different sensors and the corresponding output is given to the PLC which controls the boiler temperature, pressure and water level.

If the temperature and pressure inside the boiler exceeds the predefined value then the entire system is shut down. In case of emergency different automated check valves are used to release pressure, steam and inform the concerned authority. PLC is also used for the internal storage of instruction for the implementing function such as logic, sequencing, timing, counting and arithmetic to control through digital or analog input/ output modules various types of machines processes & how the power is supplied to main grid how the operational technique is going to work behind will come to know by the students.

A Report on Two Day Industrial Visit to Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) Satellite Centre (ISAC), Bangalore & Master Control Facility (MCF), Hassan.

The department of Computer Science and Engineering had organized an industrial visit for Eighth semester B.E on the 4th April 2016 and 5th April 2016, who were accompanied by two of the faculties of the department.

On 4th April 2016, the visit was to ISRO Satellite Centre at Bangalore. The visit provided an insight to the quality of research happening in the area of space technology and the scope of Computer Science and Engineering in this field. The experience was one of a kind and Mr. Srinivasan, Scientist in ISAC was kind enough to patiently describe and explain the procedures and concepts behind the making and launching of satellites and their launch vehicles. The student members got to see small-scale models of all satellites launched by ISRO in the past and were briefed on the scientific

concepts behind their engineering, launch and maintenance. It was a lengthy session where the students toured the area.

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.

 

On 5th April 2016, the visit was to Master Control Facility at Hassan. One of the Scientist members provided the valuable information on how MCF monitors and controls all the geo-stationary satellites of ISRO. It carries out operations related to initial orbit raising of satellites, in-orbit payload testing, and on-orbit operations throughout the life of these satellites. The operations involve continuous tracking, telemetry and commanding, special operations like eclipse management, station-keeping maneuvers and recovery in case of contingencies. It was followed by an informative and interesting movie showing the importance of the organization and the evolution of ISRO for about 30 minutes. We had a nice interaction session with a guide, as we asked various questions out of our curiosity that made our visit successful. The industrial visit to ISRO and MCF was an enriching experience for students in getting live exposure of Space Technology which can help them in their further career enhancements. The students have enjoyed the technical endeavor at both the organizations a lot. The overall visit was very informative and gave good learning experience.


 

Report on BSNL Training and Industrial Visit

VI Semester CSE students of 2015-16 were attended BSNL training from 17th August, 2015 to 22nd August, 2015 at Mangalore Subdivision of BSNL.

Report on Industrial visit to UPCL Udupi

The VIII Semester students were given visit to UPCL Udupi on 5th April, 2016. About 60 students were participated in this event. Mr. Mahesh Kaluti, Asst Professor, accompanied the students during visit. The following are the observations made by our students.

Plant is having Total Capacity: 2 X 600 MW (1200 MW)

Fuel Water Source : About 4 million tons per annum from Indonesia Sea water is used to meet the condenser cooling and other water requirements.

Plant O & M Software : Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition system (SCADA).

Status (Units Commissioned) : Both units of 2 x 600 MW are commenced commercial operations.

Project specification : The power generated from Udupi Power Plant is evacuated thru a dedicated 400 kV transmission line.


Being the student of Computer Science & Engineering students come to know that the operation technology used for operating the boilers of the plant and how the plant is monitored with the help of software used SCADA basically which is an centralized system used to supervise a complete plant and basically consists of data accessing features and controlling processes remotely. It is used to monitor the boiler temperature, pressure and water level using different sensors and the corresponding output is given to the PLC which controls the boiler temperature, pressure and water level. If the temperature and pressure inside the boiler exceeds the predefined value then the entire system is shut down. In case of emergency different automated check valves are used to release pressure, steam and inform the concerned authority. PLC is also used for the internal storage of instruction for the implementing function such as logic, sequencing, timing, counting and arithmetic to control through digital or analog input/ output modules various types of machines processes & how the power is supplied to main grid how the operational technique is going to work behind will come to know by the students.

6 Workshop & Training

WORKSHOP & TRAINING (FACULTY)


Workshops/FDPs & Training- Faculty 2018-19

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 the 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 wishes to have a mobile app for his VVIP customers to block the date with their choices of haircut etc..
  4. Your college wishes 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 the 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 brings 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 - Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Tamilnadu, Kerala, Hyderabad, Telangana 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. The 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, Portugal and other dignitaries on the dais. 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 was 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 a keynote address by Dr Alvaro Roach, AISTI & University of Coimbra, Portugal, in his keynote address, stressed about process quality management through information technology audit. The roots lie in IBM’s Business System Planning Methodology which provides top-down analysis of the information requirements of the business. Dr Alvaro Roach was felicitated by the guest of honour Sri. Ganga Prasad GL.

After the lunch, papers were presented by the participants in their respective tracks.  The three tracks 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 the Second day 07/09/2108, the conference sessions were started with a 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 from 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 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 the midst of the demonstration hours to invoke the interest on the development of different real-life applications using PHP, JavaScript and MySQL. It offered a comprehensive knowledge in the development of an 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 have actively participated in this 5 days FDP. 

 

Workshop/FDPs Conducted 2017-18

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 an 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 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 the 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 have 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 to 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 the student towards Quality education.


The following are the topics discussed during the 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 the 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 the 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. Keynote speakers Mr Ravindra Verna, Vice 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 have participated in this Workshop.


Workshop/FDPs Conducted 2016-17

 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 the current scenario. He educated the gathering on the growth and integration of technologies and the 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 a 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 online applications followed by the demonstration of the development of online management system using PHP, HTML and MySQL with Case Studies.


Day 5: On the 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 to how to start the Research, what are the good qualities of Research, types of Researches in India, Structure of PhD 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.



WORKSHOP & TRAINING (STUDENT)


Workshops & Training for Students 2018-19

Workshop on “Hadoop for Big Data Analytics”


 

Department of CSE organized a workshop on “Hadoop for Big Data Analytics” for the final year students from 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. Jayanthkumar Rathod, HOD ISE.  The 97 final years have 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

FEEDBACK



The participants learnt how to MapReduce using Hadoop concepts. The speaker gave the details of Big Data from scratch. He explained with good examples. Overall the participants were very happy. They attended the workshop with enthusiasm in 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

o   IEEE

o   Springer

o   Elsevier  Presentation Slides

·         Writing Reports

o   Chapters

o   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 of 123 participants from 2nd Year CSE have 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 the fundamental knowledge required to design and develop of the mini project using object-oriented concepts.
  • This workshop filled the gap between academic and university syllabus.
  • The practical programming exercises assigned amidst the lecture hours enhance the interest of the 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 other concepts

 

Research Scholars

Hands-on session on the numpy using Anaconda Navigator

18/01/2019

Dr. Mohammed Javed

MAT lab and image processing a Hands-on session

 

Research Scholars

Students have 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 the hands-on session for segmentation, restoration, and etc.

 

Research Scholars

MAT lab and image processing concepts with a 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 

RegressionClassificationClusteringUnder-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 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 a demonstration on the 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 the implementation of the inbuilt functions with relevant exercises.

Day 3:  Started with a 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 the 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 Mini project” 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 a total of 106 participants from our department had participated in this workshop.

Workshop Overview

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

 

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