Department Overview

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), was established in the year 2002. Nearly after two decades, it has grown into one of the major departments with a dedicated team of 50+ experienced and qualified faculty members demonstrating quality in teaching with an astonishing record of academic excellence and we uphold this reputation with confidence. The department offers Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science and Engineering with an intake of 180 students. It also offers Master of Engineering in Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) with an intake of 18 students and Doctor of Philosophy in thrust areas. The B.E CSE programme is accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA), New Delhi and permanently affiliated to Anna University.

The Department of CSE is a centre of excellence providing in-depth technical knowledge and opportunities for innovation and research with up-to-date research facilities. The nature of Computer Science and Engineering has an endless cycle of innovation entrenched in it. Our focus is on increasing the standard of the teaching and learning to gain global importance in research and academics. Looking at the worldwide perspective the department has identified a few thrust areas for research and development: Cloud Computing, Big Data Analysis and Internet of Things (IoT).

In the view of providing high-quality learning and leading students towards research and innovation the Department of Computer Science & Engineering has already taken several initiatives such as Signing a MoU with Connected Computing and Media Processing Lab, South Korea were various student exchange program and faculty exchange program is carried out. Further, the department has signed a MoU with Andes Technologies,Taiwan were an IEEE conference was successfully organized on “Soft-Computing and Network Security” (ICSNS -2015), Feb. 25 – 27, 2015, at SNSCT, Coimbatore.  Our graduates have distinguished themselves in higher studies at the top Universities.

In addition, the department has various tie up with renowned industries and various research forums through which our students occupy positions of eminence in the computer industry. Our Alumni remain in constant touch with us and are contributing in the development of the department. Placements for our graduates are the best in the Institute. We educate tomorrow’s innovators, conduct cutting-edge research in the principle areas of the field, lead a broad range of multi-disciplinary initiatives that demonstrate the transformative power of computer science and engineering, and are widely recognized for our success in promoting diversity. We continue to accentuate the pristine science that lies under the diverse aspects of Computer Science and Engineering.

Vision & Mission

Vision

To evolve as a center of excellence in the field of Computer Science and Engineering for developing technically competent professionals with ethical values to serve the needs of industry and society.

Mission

  • To equip the graduates with advanced problem solving and reflective thinking skills by offering contemporary educational experience.
  • To enrich the technical knowledge of the students in diversified areas of Computer Science and Engineering by adopting student-centric & activity based learning and outcome-based education with state of art equipment.
  • To imbibe new knowledge with technical transformations by collaborating with Industry, Government bodies, R&D Organizationsand Foreign Universities.
  • To produce high-quality Computer Science and Engineering professionals adaptable to the changing technological environment with all-round leadership qualities, team spirit and entrepreneur skill set.

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Programme Offered

Type : Under Graduate
Student Intake:
180

Type: Post Graduate
Student Intake:
06

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DEPARTMENT FACILITIES

CLASSROOM FACILITIES

All the classrooms are spacious, well ventilated and equipped with WIFI facility, Newspaper stand and Glass Board. Besides all classroom are fitted with colour blinds to reduce the glare during ICT usage. Overhead Projector with UPS connection for uninterrupted power supply. One – third of classes are equipped with Smartboard for the enhanced learning experience. All the classroom also provided with Notice board which dispalys latest programs and other information related to particular class

COMPUTER CENTER – I – OPEN SOURCE LABORATORY

Free Open Source Software and internet lab is to familiarize students with the various Open source software like Linux, Network Simulators, Mysql, Eclipse and Glomosim. The students can understand the purpose of open source tools in real time application development

MULTIMEDIA LABORATORY

This laboratory equips with higher level graphics NVIDIA GeF GT730 2GB DP DVI to do 3D animation using 3Dmax software, 2D animation operations using “Flash” Tool, perform sound editing operations using sound forge software, image editing operations using Photoshop Tool and to achieve various effects using swish max software.

COMPUTER CENTER – V  NETWORK LABORATORY

The laboratory equips with computer network systems designed for the students to learn the concepts of the communication technologies in LANs and WANs, and in Routing and Switching. These systems are located at a separated standard equipment room and can be remotely accessed through the computer terminals. Lots of various enterprise-level network equipment exists in the laboratory, including advanced routers, Ethernet switches, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n wireless access points, and the tools for cable making and testing. The software of computer network simulator is installed in the computers of the laboratory, used for the students to learn how to design and manage network systems.

COMPUTER CENTER – IX – WEB TECHNOLOGY LABORATORY

The Laboratory is used to enable the students to develop web applications using tools. As a consequence the goal is to familiarize students not with particular tools and frameworks but to make them understand that there is a vast array of practical solutions which they can choose from when deciding to do web development.

COMPUTER CENTER – VI – OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING LABORATORY

The Laboratory is used to enable the students to  analyzing and designing an application, system, or business by applying object-oriented programming, as well as using visual modeling throughout the software development process to guide stakeholder communication and product quality.

COMPUTER CENTER – VII – DATA ANALYTICS LABORATORY

Analytics Lab provides a unique meeting point for engineers, social scientists, and data scientists to brainstorm and develop algorithms to extract useful insights from large amount of raw data. It also provide hands-on training to the students, entrepreneurs, and innovators on application of various analytical tools and techniques for business decision-making.The Lab mainly houses necessary hardware platforms and software tools for the Healthcare Data Analytics,Business and New Venture Analytics,Financial Data Analytics domains of research in data analytic.

CLOUD LABORATORY

This lab was established for Internet of Things (IoT) in collaboration with Andes Technologies, Taiwan Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC). This lab provides a platform for developing IoT applications and Cloud. Andes CPU cores are applied to applications including 5G, ADAS, AI/machine learning, AR/VR, audio, block chain, Bluetooth, cloud computing, data centers, gaming, GPS, IoT, MCU, security, voice recognition.

GRADUATE ATTRIBUTES

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)

PEO 1:       Graduates will apply the principles of mathematics, computer science and scientific investigation to solve real world problems in Information Technology Industry and for pursuing higher education.

PEO 2:       Graduates will apply current industry accepted computing practices with new emerging technologies and modern engineering tools to analyze, design, implement and verify   high quality computer-based solutions for real world problems.

PEO 3:       Graduates will be leaders and managers by effectively communicating at both technical and interpersonal levels.

PEO 4:       Graduates will apply appropriate knowledge of societal impacts of computing technologies ethically in the course of career related activities for the profession, nation and society.

PEO 5:       Graduates will be successfully employed for pursuing a lifelong learning by applying basic principles and practices of computing to make software projects successfully which meet the objectives of the research.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (PO

PO-a Engineering Knowledge Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, computing and engineering fundamentals appropriate to the discipline.
PO-b Problem Analysis Analyze a problem, and identify and formulate the computing requirements appropriate to its solutions.
PO-c Design/ Development of Solutions Design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system, components, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
PO-d Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems Design and conduct experiments, as to analyze and interpret data.
PO-e Modern Tool Usage Use techniques, skills and modern tools necessary for multidisciplinary environment.
PO-f The Engineer and Society Analyze the local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizations and society.
PO-g Environment and Sustainability Knowledge of contemporary issues.
PO-h Ethics Understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities.
PO-i Communication Communicate effectively with a wide range of audiences.
PO-j Individual and Team Work The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solution in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.
PO-k Life Long Learning Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
PO-l Project Management and Finance Understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these principles to real time work to manage projects in multidisciplinary environment and research.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO’s

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOME 1 (PSO-1)

  • Understand, analyze the theoretical foundations of Computer science and apply problem solving methodologies programming techniques and tools to solve the real world issues.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOME 2 (PSO-2)

  • Understand an apparent picture of software development life cycle and acquire the programming skills under various platforms for successful implementation of automation systems.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOME 3 (PSO-3)

  • Use the Knowledge in multiple domains to identify the research gap in the real world environment, hence this provides an obvious line of attack to innovate new ideas and helps to become a successful entrepreneur.

FACULTY PROFILE

Dean Message

Dr. S. KARTHIK, M.E., Ph.D.
Dr. S. KARTHIK, M.E., Ph.D.PROFESSOR & DEAN
“Try not to become a man of success. Rather become a man of value” – Albert Einstein

A focused goal, dedication to innovation and a culture of care – the department of CSE works for the benefit of young technocrats like you. Our effortful goal is to tune our students towards Sincerity at work, Nobility in cause and Service to the society. On behalf of the department of CSE, I welcome you to a world of learning over the next 4 years. Good luck.

HOD Message

Dr. K. SANGEETHA, M.E., Ph.D.
Dr. K. SANGEETHA, M.E., Ph.D.ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR & HoD
Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” ― Winston Churchill

Developing an enthusiasm towards learning is central to our success. Every faculty of our team will enhance the experience of learning through their enormous knowledge expertise. It is this learning perspective that will ensure that our students add value to their destined field of work/research. I sincerely hope that students will utilize the knowledge resources available with us to hone their skills to excel in their days.

FACULTY MEMBERS

Dr. N. Karthikeyan
Dr. N. KarthikeyanPh.D
PROFESSOR
Dr. K. Srihari
Dr. K. SrihariM.E., Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Ms. V. SAVITHA
Ms. V. SAVITHAB.E., M.E., (Ph.D.)
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Dr. B. VINODHINI
Dr. B. VINODHINIM.E., Ph.D.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Dr. S. SATHISH KUMAR
Dr. S. SATHISH KUMARM.E., Ph.D.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Dr. D. PRABAKAR
Dr. D. PRABAKARM.E., Ph.D.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Ms. P. POONKODI
Ms. P. POONKODIM.E., (Ph.D.)
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Ms. S. SANGEETHA
Ms. S. SANGEETHAM.S (By Research) CSE
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Ms. S.R. JANANI
Ms. S.R. JANANIB.E., M.Tech., (Ph.D.)
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Mr. M. KARTHICK
Mr. M. KARTHICKB.E., M.E., (Ph.D.)
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Ms.R. MONISHA
Ms.R. MONISHAB.E., M.E., (Ph.D.)
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Mr. J. ALFRED DANIEL
Mr. J. ALFRED DANIELB.E., M.S., M.B.A (Ph.D.)
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Ms. S. CHINMAYA
Ms. S. CHINMAYAB.E., M.E.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Mr. S. SAMSUDEEN
Mr. S. SAMSUDEENB.E., M.E.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Supporting PM Initiatives Mapped with AICTE

Redesigning Common Mind And Business Towards Excellence

DESIGN THINKING BASED CURRICULUM & FRAMEWORK

Design Thinking in Education: A way beyond! We adopt to a curriculum, structured based on the design thinking strategy that supports to build character, skills and curiosity in you to learn more.

5 PILLARS APPROACH

Our 5 growth building centers focuses on building a culture, focusing on effective teaching and learning, innovation, skill and entrepreneurship development, industry connect and social responsibility initiatives.

CURRICULUM ALIGNED WITH PM AICTE & MHRD INITIATIVES

Our Curriculum and Practices are mapped and aligned with PM, AICTE and MHRD initiatives like Startup Policy, Internship Policy, Skill India, Outcome Based Education, National Educational Policy, etc.,

4 CAREER TRACKS

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Employment
  • Government Jobs
  • Higher Education

DT ACTIVATION HOUR

  • 30 minutes of class time is dedicated to teach students about the ancient holy books, practicing Meditation and Yoga on daily basis.

PARTNERSHIP / MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL BODIES

Department of Computer Science And Engineering got Membership with SAE Collegate Club, ISTE & IE (I) for benefits of Faculties and Students.

MEGA EVENTS

  • IEEE Sponsored International Conference on “Soft-computing and Network Security” (ICSNS’15)
  • Research Articles indexed in IEEE Explorer ICSNS’15 – 70
  • Research Articles indexed in IEEE Explorer ICSNS’18 – 73
  • Published in International Journal of Applied Engineering Research (Scopus Indexed) – 63
  • Collaboration with International University – Outcome
  • Department Association

NOTABLE DEPT ACHIEVEMENTS

S.No Data Counts
1 University Rank Holders 77
2 Number of Students Placed 83/121
3 Industry Projects 82
4 MoU Signed 235
5 PhD Holders 18
6 Faculty Awards 12
7 FDP Conducted 423
8 Books Published 17
9 Patent 24
10 Publications 464
11 Grants/Funds 3171500
12 Consultancies 230000
13 Google Citations 3141
S.No Name of the Student Notable Achievement 
1 P.C.Abhishek Presented his research idea at Student Research Competition,  held at Morocco. Sponsored by Microsoft Research and ACM, with Stipend 700 USD
Selected as one among 14 research papers in the worldwide competition
2 S.Rishab Bafna
C.P.Sai Aravindh
K.Rijo Varghese
P.Surya
S.Sandiya
K.Kavya
Developed a mobile App on “Unification of Railway Apps” in “Smart India Hackathon’17” , MHRD Initiative by the Ministry of  Railways.  Placed in the top 10 out of 62 teams
3 N.Sibidharan Associated with  Police department to find the wreckage of Dornier flight near Pitchavaram, Chennai Coastal  area using SDR Technology
4 B. Thirunavukarasu Undergone Internship at KNU and  currently pursuing Ph.D in Queensland University of Technology, Australia, with Stipend 2,41,819 AUD
5 G.Vinoth Kumar Pursuing Masters in Machine Learning and Data Mining at Jean Monnet University, France, with  Stipend 1250 Euros
6 P.C.Abhishek Pursuing Masters in Computer Science with specialization of Data Science at University of Trento,Italy, with  Stipend 1000 Euros
7 K.Kiruthika Pursuing Masters in Computer Science ,Arizono State University ,Phoenix