Overview and Program Outcomes

The field of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) has been pushing the envelope of almost all other disciplines, which use computing as a fundamental means of inquiry and tool for discovery. CSE offers exciting, intellectually challenging, and rapidly growing career opportunities.It is the least of where the action is, whether this means intelligent game playing, mobile applications, smart robots, cloud computing, data security, social networks or bio informatics. The fast changing technological scenario poses to the institute, a challenge of continuously updating its curriculum and faculty, to be able to provide state-of-the-art education and technology to the students. Changes, both major and subtle, have been made by the department of CSE to be well prepared for better tomorrow. The department of CSE was established in 2007 with an intake of 60, enhanced to 120 in 2009 and further to 180 in the year 2012, besides an additional 36 seats under lateral entry scheme.

Computer Science and Engineering has two primary processes:

1) Computer Hardware Design which includes an understanding of Design Methodologies for Electronic circuits , digital systems, computer architecture of integrated circuits.
2) Computer software design which includes an understanding of design methodologies for programming, algorithms of data structures, operating systems, large-scale software development & the principles of computing as a wide variety of software applications across various computer languages.

Teaching-Learning process is given at most priority in pursuit of improving the quality of technical education. Innovative teaching aids and methodologies are used by the department towards this goal. The efficiency of the Teaching-Learning process is reflected in the consistently excellent results being achieved every year.

The department has been striving hard to inculcate conceptual and technical skills in students through a scientific teaching methodology based on lectures, case studies, seminars, group discussions, project works, assignments, quiz programs,coding clubs etc. The systematic and well planned approach to problem solving is emphasized in the classrooms, laboratories through the course projects and additional computer training beyond the scope of the syllabus. Teaching aids such as LCD Projector, OHP, CD demo, equipment demonstrations, models, charts etc are regularly used to enhance better understanding.

The department has modern laboratories and also well equipped with LCD projectors in each lab to serve the teaching and research needs of the student and faculty. All systems are connected to the department LAN through fiber optic which is a part of the Institute wide area network.

CSE department exclusively holds a Library for UG course.The department takes an active role in arranging expert lectures form Industry,Guest Lectures through eminent faculty from external colleges and Industrial Visits for the benefit of students.Students are encouraged to take up Industry Oriented projects.The students are highly motivated towards research to build up various projects using upcoming technologies.Besides these students are also motivated to present papers in various publications, journals,seminars etc.

The department organises students counselling by the members of faculty to monitor regularity and discipline among students.A disciplinary committe comprising of the senior faculty is constituted for maintaining discipline and dress code of the students.The department consists of a First and Second persons under HOD to take care of the overall activity,discipline etc of the department.

Program Educational Objectives

PEO 1 Learn and Integrate

Graduates shall apply knowledge to solve computer science and allied engineering problems with continuous learning.

PEO 2 Think and Create

Graduates are inculcated with a passion towards higher education and research with social responsibility.

PEO 3 Communicate And Organize

Graduates shall pursue career in industry, empowered with professional and interpersonal skills.

Program Outcomes
  1. ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. PROBLEM ANALYSIS:Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. DESIGN/DEVELOPMENT OF SOLUTIONS:Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. CONDUCT INVESTIGATIONS OF COMPLEX PROBLEMS:Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  5. MODERN TOOL USAGE:Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  6. THE ENGINEER AND SOCIETY:Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  7. ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY:Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. ETHICS:Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM WORK:Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. COMMUNICATION:Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, give and receive clear instructions.
  11. PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE:Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  12. LIFE-LONG LEARNING:Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program specific outcomes:

PSO-1 APPLICATIONS OF COMPUTING DOMAIN AND RESEARCH:

Able to use the professional , managerial, interdisciplinary skill set , and domain specific tools, in development processes , identify the research gaps , and provide innovative solutions to them.

PSO-2 COMPETITIVE APPLICATIVE: An ability to succeed in competitive examinations like GATE, TOEFL,GRE etc.

Vision And Mission

Vision

To emerge as a centre for computer technology meeting the needs of society.

Mission

DM1:     To provide quality education towards academic and industry requirements.

DM2:     To offer state-of-art infrastructure for research and professional skill development  through value added programs.

DM3:     To promote student centric activities that encourage  interpersonal skills.

Courses

I B.Tech I Semester

Theory

Practical

Mathematics-I

Question Bank

English Language Communication Skills Lab

 

Engineering Chemistry 

Question Bank

Engineering Workshop

 

Engineering Physics-I

Question Bank

 

Professional Communication in English

Question Bank

 

Engineering Mechanics   

Question Bank

 

Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Question Bank

 

 

I B.Tech II Semester

Theory

Practical

Engineering Physics-II

Question Bank

Engineering Chemistry Lab    

 

Mathematics-II 

Question Bank

Engineering Physics Lab

 

Mathematics-III

Question Bank

Computer Programming in C Lab

 

Computer Programming in C

Question Bank

 

Engineering Graphics

Question Bank

 

 

II B.Tech I Semester

Theory

Practical

Mathematics-4

Question Bank

 

OOPS through JAVA

Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science

Question Bank

Data Structures through c++ Lab

 

Data Structures through c++

Question Bank

ITWS

Digital Logic Design

Question Bank

 

OOPS through JAVA

Question Bank

 

Environmental Science and Technology

Question Bank

 

 

II B.Tech II Semester

Theory

Practical

Computer Organisation

Question Bank

Computer Organisation  Lab

 

Database Management Systems

Question Bank

Database Management Systems Lab

 

Operating Systems

Question Bank

Operating Systems Lab

Business Economics and Financial Analysis

Question Bank

Gender Sensatization Lab

Formal Languages and Automata Theory

Question Bank

 

 

III B.Tech I Semester

Theory

Practical

Design and Analysis of Algorithms

Question Bank

Design and Analysis Lab

 

Data Communications and Computer Networks

Question Bank

Software Engineering Lab

 

Software Engineering

Question Bank

Computer Networks LAb

Fundamentals of Management

Question Bank

 

Open Elective-1

PEC

Question Bank

 

 
Professional Ethics   

 

III B.Tech II Semester

Theory

Practical

Compiler Design

Question Bank

Web Technologies Lab

 

Web Technologies

Question Bank

Advanced English Communication Skills Lab

 

Cryptography and Network Security

Question Bank

Cryptography and Network Security Lab

Open Elective II

Question Bank

 

Professional Elective  1

Question Bank

 

 

IV B.Tech I Semester

Theory

Practical

Linux Programming

Question Bank

Linux Programming Lab       

                      

Design Patterns

Question Bank

Data Warehousing and Mining Lab

 

Data Warehousing and Data Mining

Question Bank

 

Cloud Computing

Question Bank

 

Software Project Management(Elective-I)

Question Bank                                                   

 

Computer Forensics(Elective-II )

Question Bank

 

 

IV B.Tech II Semester

Theory

Practical

Management Science         

Question Bank      

Industry Oriented Mini Project

 

Adhoc and Sensor Networks(Elective - III)

Question Bank

Seminar

 

Semantic Web and Social Networks
(Elective - IV)

Question Bank

Project Work

 

 

Comprehensive Viva

 

 

Electives

Open Elective     

Disaster Management
Intellectual Property Rights
Human Values and Professional Ethics

 

Elective - I    

Software Project Management
Image Processing and Pattern Recognition
Mobile Computing
Computer Graphics
Operations Research

 

Elective - II

Machine Learning
Soft Computing    
Information Retrieval Systems
Artificial Intelligence
Computer Forensics

 

Elective - III

Adhoc and Sensor Networks
Storage Area Networks
Database Security
Embedded Systems

 

Elective - IV

Web Services
Semantic Web and Social Networks
Scripting Languages
Multimedia and Rich Internet Applications 

 

Professional  Elective- I

Mobile Computing 

Design patterns

Artificial Intelligence

Information security Management(Security Analyst1)

Introduction to Analytics(Associate Analytics-1)

 

Faculty Details

7271-200311-164224S.No.

UID

Faculty Name

Designation

Qualification

Dept.

Photo

1

8523-160218-125327

Dr.Diana Moses

Associate Prof

B.E, M.E, Ph.D

CSE

2

3564-150407-235348

Dr. Anjaiah Adepu

Asst. Prof

B.Tech, M.Tech,Ph.D

CSE

3  
7271-200311-164224
Dr.S.K.Senthil Kumar
Associate Professor M.E., Ph.D CSE
4   Dr.GuruMoorthy Assistant Professor M.Tech,Ph.D CSE

5

5709-150409-170617

Mr.K.David Raju

Asst. Prof

B.Tech, M.Tech (Ph.D)

CSE

6

4603-150411-103452

Mrs.K.Sravani

Asst. Prof

B.Tech, M.Tech, (Ph.D)

CSE

7

0200-150623-115202

Mr.J.Rajasekhar

Asst. Prof

B.Tech, M.Tech

CSE

8

5297-150425-162543

Mr.K.Venkata Krishna

Asst. Prof

B.Tech, M.Tech

CSE

9

7621-160616-094646

Mrs.P.Nethrasree

Asst. Prof

B.Tech, M.Tech

CSE

10

2200-170102-125858

Mr.Shaik Mohammed Ilias

Asst. Prof

B.Tech, M.Tech

CSE

11

1519-170109-115739

Ms.B.P.Soundarya

Asst. Prof

B.Tech, M.Tech

CSE

12

15150406-143531

Ms.T.Rupa Rani

Asst. Prof

B.Tech, M.Tech

CSE

13

0953-171218-150355

Mr.T.Vijay Kanth

Asst. Prof

B.Tech, M.E ,(Ph.D)

CSE

14

1079-160214-153336

Mrs.Bharathi Ghosh

Asst. Prof

B.Tech, M.Tech

CSE

15

38150407-102648

Mrs.K Rajani

Asst. Prof

B.Tech, M.Tech

CSE

16

9913-150409-170929

Mrs. M.Sravanthi

Asst. Prof

B.Tech, M.Tech

CSE

17

0800-150413-161942

Mr.U.Shiva Krishna

Asst. Prof

B.Tech, M.Tech

CSE

18

3103-201006-125243

Mr.D.Shiva Prasad

Asst. Prof

B.Tech, M.Tech

CSE

19

8770-160128-115428

Mr.B.Anil Kumar

Asst. Prof

B.Tech, M.Tech

CSE

20

5060-201006-113806

Mr.G.Brahmanaidu

Asst. Prof

B.Tech, M.Tech

CSE

21

8627-201022-113816

Mrs.K.Lakshmi Tanuja

Asst. Prof

B.Tech, M.Tech

CSE

22

3024-201028-161753

Mrs.Y.Pramila

Asst. Prof

B.Tech, M.Tech

CSE

23 33150407-093551 Dakannagari Harith Reddy Asst. Prof B. Tech, M. Tech,( Ph. D) CSE 
24 50150401-161900 Shaik Kareem Basha Asst. Prof B.Tech., M.Tech. CSE 
25 4361-210430-121505 Swarnalakshmi .J Asst. Prof B.E, M.E CSE 
26 9990-210304-112954 Sathish.K Asst. Prof B.E.,M.Tech.,(Ph.D) CSE 
27 4262-150425-170121 Ch.Sandhya Asst. Prof B.E, M.Tech CSE
CSE I Year

29

29150407-172611

Mr.E.Shravan Kumar

Asst. Prof

B.Tech, M.Tech

CSE I Year

30

9663-160313-001258

Mr.G.Bhanu

Asst. Prof

B.Tech, M.Tech

CSE I Year

31

1171-200307-152332

Mr.Rajendra Prasad

Asst. Prof

B.Tech, M.Tech

CSE I Year

Academic Excellence

CSE

S.No.

Hallticket

Branch

Name of the Student

Percentage

1

15BK1A0534

CSE

MAJETY YASHNA

76.4

2

14BK1A05A5

CSE

SALIKE SRI SHRUTHI

77.58

3

14BK1D5819

CSE

MEENIGE KALPANAJYOTHI

  82.38

4

13BK1A05G0

CSE

S BEULAH

78.99

5

13BK1D5815

CSE

KANIGIRI SRINIVAS

 73.44

6

12BK1A05C2

CSE

AISHWARYA LAXMI J

82.40

7

12BK1D5807

CSE

KASIREDDY ALEKHYA

83.94

8

11BK1A0516

CSE

GATLA VAISHNAVI

81.07

9

10BK1A0502

CSE

ALLA SRAVYA

82.17

11

09BK1A05B8

CSE

VARADA TEJA

83.92

S.No

Hallticket

Branch

Name of the Student

SGPA

12

15BK1D5813

CSE

REVATHI PELLURI

 8.82

13

16BK1D5807

CSE

TIRUTTOMAALA DURGA VENKATA SIVA PRASAD

 8.68

 

INDUSTRY INSTITUTE PARTNERSHIP CELL

The objective of the IIP Cell is to forge industry and professional body alliances to accomplish technology transfer and meet societal needs. Hence IIP would bridge the gap between industry requirements and academic orientation.

IIP Cell Department Coordinator - Ms. P. Tara Kumari

IIP Cell Online Feedback - https://goo.gl/forms/dWjxeoTl524wHeZX2

 

 

CSE LABS

Computer Science and Engineering is one of the most demanding fields in the society as the Automation is driving every function of the society to be automated and to reduce the manual subjectivity and to improve the reliability. Therefore, the educational systems are required to provide the necessary platforms for exposing the students to the above societal needs within the boundaries of the system.

More than 500 computer systems with appropriate software are made available to the students for the learning process and also for development. All the laboratory exercises are monitored and guided on continuous basis by the qualified faculty throughout.

CSE LABS FOR REGULATION R18

II-I SEMESTER LAB NAMES

SNO COURSE CODE LAB NAME
1 CS306ES Analog and Digital Electronics Lab
2 CS307PC Dara Structures Lab
3 CS308PC IT Workshop Lab
4 CS309PC C++ Programming Lab
5 MC309 Gender Sensitization Lab

II-II SEMESTER LAB NAMES

SNO COURSE CODE LAB NAME
1 CS406PC Operating Systems Lab
2 CS407PC Database Management Systems Lab
3 CS408PC Java Programming Lab
4 MC409 Constitution of India

III-I SEMESTER LAB NAMES

SNO COURSE CODE LAB NAME
1 CS505PC Software Engineering Lab
2 CS506PC Computer Networks & Web Technologies Lab
3 EN508HS Advanced Communication Skills Lab

III-II SEMESTER LAB NAMES

SNO COURSE CODE LAB NAME
1 CS604PC Machine Learning Lab
2 CS605PC Compiler Design Lab
3   Professional Elective-III Lab

CSE LABS FOR  R16

IV-I SEMESTER LAB NAMES

SNO COURSE CODE LAB NAME
1 CS703PC  Data Mining Lab 
2

 

CS751PC 

CS752PC 

CS753PC 

CS754PC 

CS755PC

PE-II Lab # 

Python Programming Lab

Android Application Development Lab

Linux programming Lab R

Programming Lab

Internet of Things Lab

3 CS705PC Industry Oriented Mini Project 
4 CS706PC Seminar

 

IV-II SEMESTER LAB NAMES

SNO COURSE CODE LAB NAME
1 CS801PC  Major Project 

Syllabus

 

Regulation R18 - Second Year

Regulation R18 - Third Year

Regulation R16 - Final Year

 

 

 

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