Computer Science and Engineering (CSE)

The field of Computer Science and Engineering has been pushing the envelope of almost all other disciplines, which use computing as a fundamental means of inquiry and tool for discovery. Computer science and engineering offers exciting, intellectually challenging, and rapidly growing career opportunities. It is the heart of where the action is: whether this means intelligent game playing, mobile applications, smart robots, cloud computing, data security or social networks.

The B.Tech program in Computer Science and Engineering was started in the year 2007 with an intake of 60, increased to 120 in 2008 and 180 in 2017. Besides, an additional 20% seats are under lateral entry scheme.

M.Tech (Computer Science and Engineering) is a two year full time post-graduate programme approved by the All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) for the students who have a B.E / B. Tech in any branch of engineering, M.Sc and M.C.A. The course is offered by the Department of Computer Science & Engineering by highly qualified and experienced teaching faculty. Intake to this course is 18 admitted through J N T University’s.

The B.Tech CSE Programme was accredited by NBA for the first time under tier – II in 2016 and further extension of accreditation is granted up to June 2022.

Vision

To achieve excellence in the field of Computer Science and Engineering with professional competency.

Mission

  • Provide quality education to achieve excellence.
  • Upgrade infrastructure and technologies to meet the learner’s needs.
  • Establish linkages with Government and Industry to enhance technical skills, entrepreneurship and innovations.
  • Support research to serve the needs of the society.

The Department of CSE has developed and adopted Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) for guiding UG programme towards the mission and vision which reflects three aspects of student learning: Cognitive, Affective and Behavioral. PEOs are expected to attain by the students few years after their graduation.

Programme Educational Objectives

PEO No. Programme Educational Objectives
PEO1 Graduates will be able to become Competent Professionals rendering service to IT and ITES industry.
PEO2 Graduate will be able to become Lifelong Learners by adapting new technologies to sustain in their career.
PEO3 Graduates will be able to become Technocrats to serve the needs of the society with ethical values

 Mapping Program Educational Objectives with Mission

PEO No. Mission 1 Mission 2 Mission 3 Mission 4
PEO1 3 1 2
PEO2 2 3 1
PEO3 3 3 3
Correlation Levels: 1 – Slight (Low) 2 – Moderate (Medium) 3 – Substantial (High)

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs) are what the graduates of a specific UG programme should be able to do at the time of graduation. Department has defined few specific outcomes which make graduate realize the fact that the knowledge and techniques learnt in this programme has direct implication especially in the field of Computer Science and Engineering.

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs) of UG are :

PSO No. Programme Specific Outcomes
PSO1 Demonstrate the working principles of the hardware and software aspects of computer systems.
PSO2 Design products based on the professional engineering practices with effective strategies.

Programme Outcomes (POs)

The department of CSE has developed and adopted Programme Outcomes (POs) for guiding UG programme. POs describe that, what students are expected to know or be able to do by the time of graduation from the programme.

The Programme Outcomes (POs) of UG in Computer Science and Engineering (CSE)  are :

PO

No.

Programme Outcomes
PO1 Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization for the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO2 Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO3 Design/Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, and cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
PO4 Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
PO5 Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO6 The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
PO7 Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO8 Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO9 Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO10 Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with the society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions
PO11 Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
PO12 Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

POs describe that, what students are expected to know or be able to do by the time of graduation from the programme.

The Programme Outcomes (POs) of PG in Computer Science and Engineering (CSE):

PONo. Programme Outcomes
PO1 An ability to adapt existing models, techniques, algorithms, data structures, etc. for efficiently solving problems.
PO2 An ability to design, develop and evaluate new computer based systems for novel applications which meet the desired needs of industry and society.
PO3 Understanding and ability to use advanced computing techniques and tools.
PO4 An ability to undertake original research at the cutting edge of computer science & its related areas.
PO5 An ability to function effectively individually or as a part of a team to accomplish a stated goal.  And ability to learn independently and engage in lifelong learning.

Competencies and Performance Indicators:

PO 1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialisation for the solution of complex engineering problems.
Competency Performance Indicators
1.1Demonstrate competence in mathematical modeling

1.1.1 Apply the knowledge of discrete structures, linear algebra, statistics and numerical techniques to solve problems

1.1.2 Apply the concepts of probability, statistics and queuing theory in modeling of computer based system, data and network protocols

1.2 Demonstrate competence in basic sciences

1.2.1 Apply laws of natural science to an engineering problem

 

1.3 Demonstrate competence in engineering fundamentals 1.3.1 Apply engineering fundamentals.

1.4 Demonstrate competence in specialized engineering

knowledge to the program

1.4.1 Apply theory and principles of computer science engineering to solve an engineering problem
PO 2: Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
2.1 Demonstrate an ability to identify and formulate complex engineering problem

2.1.1 Evaluate problem statements and identifies objectives

2.1.2 Identifies processes/modules/algorithms of a computer based system and parameters to solve a problem

2.1.3 Identifies mathematical algorithmic knowledge that applies to a given problem

2.2 Demonstrate an ability to formulate a solution plan and methodology for an engineering problem

2.2.1 Reframe the computer based system into interconnected subsystems

2.2.2 Identifies functionalities and computing resources

2.2.3 Identify existing solution/methods to solve the problem, including forming justified approximations and assumptions

2.2.4 Compare and contrast alternative solution/methods to select the best methods                                                                                                                                  2.6.5 Compare and contrast alternative solution processes to select the best process

2.3 Demonstrate an ability to formulate and interpret a model

2.3.1 Able to apply computer engineering principles to formulate modules of a system with required applicability and performance

2.3.2 Identify design constraints for required performance criteria

2.4 Demonstrate an ability to execute a solution process and

analyze results

2.4.1 Applies engineering mathematics to implement the solution

2.4.2 Analyze and interpret the results using contemporary tools

2.4.3 Identify the limitations of the solution and sources/causes

2.4.4 Arrive at conclusions with respect to the objectives

PO 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 public health and safety, and cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
3.1 Demonstrate an ability to define a complex / openended problem in engineering terms

3.1.1 Able to define a precise problem statement with objectives and scope

3.1.2 Able to identify and document system requirements from stake holders

3.1.3 Ability to review state of the art literature to synthesize system requirements

3.1.4 Ability to choose appropriate quality attributes as defined by ISO/IEC/IEEE standard.

3.1.5 Explore and synthesize system requirements from larger social and professional concerns

3.1.6 Ability to develop software requirement specifications (SRS)

3.2 Demonstrate an ability to generate a diverse set of alternative design solutions

3.2.1 Ability to explore design alternatives

3.2.2 Ability to produce a variety of potential design solutions suited to meet functional requirements

3.2.3 Identify suitable non functional requirements for evaluation of alternate design solutions

3.3 Demonstrate an ability to select optimal design scheme for further development

3.3.1 Ability to perform systematic evaluation of the degree to which several design concepts meet the criteria

3.3.2 Consult with domain experts and stakeholders to select candidate engineering design solution for further development

3.4 Demonstrate an ability to advance an engineering design to defined end state

3.4.1 Ability to refine architecture design into a detailed design within the existing constraints

3.4.2 Ability to implement and integrate the modules

3.4.3 Ability to verify the functionalities and validate the design

PO 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.
4.1 Demonstrate an ability to conduct investigations of technical issues consistent with their level of knowledge and understanding

4.1.1 Define a problem for purposes of investigation, its scope and importance

4.1.2 Ability to choose appropriate procedure/algorithm, data set and test cases

4.1.3 Ability to choose appropriate hardware/software tools to conduct the experiment

4.2 Demonstrate an ability to design experiments to solve open ended problems

4.2.1 Design and develop appropriate procedures/methodologies based on the study objectives .

 

4.3 Demonstrate an ability to analyze data and reach a valid conclusion

4.3.1 Use appropriate procedures, tools and techniques to collect and analyze data

4.3.2 Critically analyze data for trends and correlations, stating possible errors and limitations

4.3.3 Represent data (in tabular and/or graphical forms) so as to facilitate analysis and explanation of the data, and drawing of conclusions

4.3.4 Synthesize information and knowledge about the problem from the raw data to reach appropriate conclusions

PO 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.
5.1Demonstrate an ability to identify / create modern engineering tools, techniques and resources

5.1.1 Identify modern engineering tools, techniques and resources for engineering activities

5.1.2 Create/adapt/modify/extend tools and techniques to solve engineering problems

5.2 Demonstrate an ability to select and apply discipline specific tools, techniques and resources

5.2.1 Identify the strengths and limitations of tools for (i) acquiring information, (ii) modeling and simulating, (iii) monitoring system performance, and (iv) creating engineering designs

5.2.2 Demonstrate proficiency in using discipline specific tools

5.3 Demonstrate an ability to evaluate the suitability and limitations of tools used to solve an engineering problem

5.3.1 Discuss limitations and validate tools, techniques and resources

5.3.2 Verify the credibility of results from tool use with reference to the accuracy and limitations, and the assumptions inherent in their use

PO 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.
6.1 Demonstrate an ability to describe engineering roles in a broader context, e.g. pertaining to the environment, health, safety, legal and public welfare 6.1.1 Identify and describe various engineering roles; particularly as pertains to protection of the public and public interest at global, regional and local level
6.2 Demonstrate an understanding of professional engineering regulations, legislation and standards

6.2.1 Interpret legislation, regulations, codes, and standards relevant to your discipline and explain its contribution to the protection of the public

 

PO 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.

7.1 Demonstrate an understanding of the impact of engineering and industrial practices on social, environmental and in economic contexts

7.1.1 Identify risks/impacts in the life-cycle of an engineering product or activity

7.1.2 Understand the relationship between the technical, socio economic and environmental dimensions of sustainability

 

 

7.2 Demonstrate an ability to apply principles of sustainable design and Development

7.2.1 Describe management techniques for sustainable development

7.2.2 Apply principles of preventive engineering and sustainable development to an engineering activity or product relevant to the discipline

PO 8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of

the engineering practice.

8.1 Demonstrate an ability to recognize ethical dilemmas 8.1.1 Identify situations of unethical professional conduct and propose ethical alternatives
8.2 Demonstrate an ability to apply the Code of Ethics

8.2.1 Identify tenets of the ASME professional code of ethics

8.2.2 Examine and apply moral & ethical principles to known case studies

PO 9: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse

teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

9.1 Demonstrate an ability to form a team and define a role for each member

9.1.1 Recognize a variety of working and learning preferences; appreciate the value of diversity on a team

9.1.2 Implement the norms of practice (e.g. rules, roles, charters, agendas, etc.) of effective team work, to accomplish a goal.

9.2 Demonstrate effective individual and team operations-communication, problem solving, conflict resolution and leadership skills

9.2.1 Demonstrate effective communication, problem solving, conflict resolution and leadership skills

9.2.2 Treat other team members respectfully

9.2.3 Listen to other members and Maintain composure in difficult situations

 

9.3 Demonstrate success in a teambased project 9.3.1 Present results as a team, with smooth integration of contributions from all individual efforts
PO 10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with the society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions
10.1 Demonstrate an ability to comprehend technical literature and document project work

10.1.1 Read, understand and interpret technical and nontechnical information

10.1.2 Produce clear, well-constructed, and well-supported written engineering documents

10.1.3 Create flow in a document or presentation – a logical progression of ideas so that the main point is clear

10.2 Demonstrate competence in listening, speaking, and presentation

10.2.1 Listen to and comprehend information, instructions, and viewpoints of others

10.2.2 Deliver effective oral presentations to technical and nontechnical audiences

10.3 Demonstrate the ability to integrate different modes of

communication

10.3.1 Create engineering-standard figures, reports and drawings to complement writing and presentations

10.3.2 Use a variety of media effectively to convey a message in a document or a presentation

PO 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.
11.1 Demonstrate an ability to evaluate the economic and financial performance of an engineering activity 11.1.1 Describe various economic and financial costs/benefits of an engineering activity                                                                                                                                        11.1.2 Analyze different forms of financial statements to evaluate the financial status of an engineering project

11.2 Demonstrate an ability to compare and contrast the costs/benefits of alternate

proposals for an engineering activity

11.2.1 Analyze and select the most appropriate proposal based on economic and financial considerations

 

11.3 Demonstrate an ability to plan/manage an engineering activity within time and budget constraints

11.3.1 Identify the tasks required to complete an engineering activity, and the resources required to complete the tasks

11.3.2 Use project management tools to schedule an engineering project so it is completed on time and on budget

 

PO 12: Life-long learning: Recognise the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.
12.1 Demonstrate an ability to identify gaps in knowledge and a strategy to close these gaps

12.1.1 Describe the rationale of requirement for continuing professional development

12.1.2 Identify deficiencies or gaps in knowledge and demonstrate an ability to source information to close this gap

12.2 Demonstrate an ability to identify changing trends in

engineering knowledge and practice

12.2.1 Identify historic points of technological advance in engineering that required practitioners to seek education in order to stay current

12.2.2 Recognize the need and be able to clearly explain why it is vitally important to keep current regarding new developments in your field.

12.3 Demonstrate an ability to identify and access sources for new information

12.3.1 Source and comprehend technical literature and other credible sources of information.

12.3.2 Analyze sourced technical and popular information for feasibility, viability, sustainability, etc.

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Mr. RAMANA REDDY BANDI

Assistant Professor of CSE/HOD of CSE

Mr.RAMANA REDDY BANDI received his BTech(CSE) from JNTUH in 2006, MTech(CSE) from JNTUA in 2009. He is working as Head of Computer Science and Engineering department, Annamacharya Institute of Technology and Sciences, Tirupati. He is a Ratified faculty under JNTUA, Ananthapuramu-515002. His current research areas are Machine Learning, Data Science, Theory of Computing and Deep Learning.

He has more than 13 years of teaching experience and 2 years of Industry experience. He has published 15 articles in reputed National/International journals and few papers were published in UGC Approved Journals and Scopus Indexed Journals. He has applied and published 3 patents on emerging technologies/ ideas. He is an active member of Professional bodies like CSI, ISTE and IAENG. He is successfully running a Youtube channel of his own ( Ramana Reddy Academic lectures) for teaching  subjects like FLAT, CD, TOC and Machine Learning  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb8HLf1c_-m0MovWMWdg_bA

Mr.Ramana Reddy Bandi is also incharge of Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation from the stage of inception and conducted many events on Skill Development programmes for students and faculty. Under the guidance of the management and the principal, he contributed for the establishment of “CM’s Skill Excellence center( Computing lab)” & “DASSAULT  SYSTEMES Advance technologies Training lab, worth of 1 crore rupees for Design experience ” provided by The Govt Of Andhra Pradesh.

Mr.Ramana Reddy Bandi headed IUCEE ( Indo Universal Collaboration for Engineering Education)  in association with Purdue University, USA for enhancing Teaching- Learning process and for creating Engineering projects in community service. He also headed AP Innovation Society with the association of XLR8 and University of Texas at Austin for IC2 (Innovation, Creativity & Capital). He also headed Machine Learning research group in association with Bennett University, Delhi.

EVENTS CONDUCTED IN 2021 – 22

Date Event Detail Guest/Speaker/Trainer
11.12.2021 Webinar on Python for II CSE & CIC students Mr. M. Sudhakara, Assistant professor,  School of Computing and Information Technology, Reva University, Bangalore
19.12.2021 Webinar on Python Revision for II CSE, CIC, AI & DS, CIVIL, MECH students Mr. A. Chandra, Quality Analyst, Infosys, Bangalore
24.12.2021 Blind Code  and T-Squad events on behalf of Lorecron-2K21 Mrs. Sailaja G, Assistant Professor, Department of CSE, SV Engineering College, Tirupati
25.12.2021 Webinar on Machine Learning for Students of B. Tech IV Year CSE Mr. N. Lokesh, PhD Scholar in CSE department, IIT Bombay; M.Tech in Computer Science from Indian Institute of Sciences, Bangalore
  28.12.2021 Tech Doodle Event Lorecron – 2K21
31.12.2021 Scavenger Hunt Event Lorecron – 2K21
23.01.2022 Webinar on Database Technologies for CSE, AIDS & CIC Students of B. Tech II Year

Mr. S. Ravi kumar

Sr. Database Engineer, CBRE South Asian Pvt. Ltd

 

23.01.2022 Webinar on Android Application for CSE Students of B. Tech IV Year

Mr. Muneiah Tellakula, Sr. Software Engineer @ TCS, Hyderabad

Worked as Trainer cum Developer in APSSDC

30.01.2022 Webinar on Compiler Design for CSE Students of B. Tech III Year

Dr. R. Madana Mohana, Professor,

Bharat Institute of Engineering and Technology, Hyderabad

02.02.2022 -05.03.2022 1 Month Webinar on PSP for students of I B.Tech (All Branches) Mr. T. Venkata Rathnam, M.Tech, Assistant Professor
05.03.2022 Webinar on “Interpersonal Skills” for CSE Students of B. Tech III Year

Ms. T. Charishma,

Sr. System Engineer, Developer – SAP, IBM India Pvt Ltd

12.03.2022 Talk on Development & Operations in IT Sector for CSE, AIDS & CIC Students of B. Tech II Year

Mr. S. Vishnuvardhan,  Sr. System Engineer, CGI Inc

Mr. A. Rajkumar Reddy, Sr. SAP Developer, Pivox Labs Pvt  Ltd.

28.02.2022  –

29.03.2022

Pantech E-Learning and APSSDC jointly launched 30 days Python Master Class Department of CSE in association with Pantech E-Learning and APSSDC

 

30.03.2022

Seminar on IOS App Development & Software Testing for CSE, AIDS & CIC Students of B. Tech II Year

Mr. K. Chinnababu, Team Lead, IOS Development, Zinier Technologies, Bangalore

Mr. P. Lokesh, Sr. Automation Engineer, Zinier Technologies, Bangalore

19.04.2022 Talk On DevOps & IT Oppprtunities in USA Mr. Mothi Venkata Manoj, Manager, DevOps,  Cognizant Phoenix, USA
Mr. Kranthi Kumar Peripydi, Sr. Associate, DevOps, Cognizant Phoenix, USA

EVENTS CONDUCTED IN 2020 – 21

Date Event Detail Guest/Speaker/Trainer

14.07.2020 –

18.07.2020

Online FDP on Machine Learning

1. Intisar Mehdi, Data Scientist

2. Dr. M. A. Jabbar, Professor

3. Dr. Venkatesulu Dondeti, Professor & Head

4. Dr. T K Shaik    Shavali, Professor & Head

5. Dr. M. Narender, Professor

22.06.2021

26.06.2021

Five -Day Hands-on Workshop on “Python Programming”

1. Dr. N Badrinath, Professor, CSE

2. Mr. N Venkata Vinod Kumar, Assistant Professor, CSE, AITS

28.06.2021 – 03.07.2021 FDP on R Programming

1. Dr. S Jumlesha, Professor, CSE

2. Mr. M. Sudhakara, Assistant Prof, CSE

3. Mr. T. Sai Kishore, Assistant Prof, CSE

4. Mr. M. Kiran Moni, Assistant Prof, CSE

05.07.2021 -09.07.2021 FDP on Parallel Programming using OpenMP and Multimedia Tools

1. Dr. K.Navaz, Professor, CSE

2. Dr. S.Athinarayanan, Professor, CSE

3. Ms.D.Dhanya, Assistant Prof, CSE

4. Mr.S.Revanth Babu, Assistant Prof, CSE

EVENTS CONDUCTED IN 2019 – 20

Date Event Detail Guest/Speaker/Trainer
18.02.2019 Awareness on Summer Internship Program for III Year CSE students

Mr Yuktesh, IBM

 

15.03.2019 –

16.03.2019

Techno Sangraam-2K19 for students of AITS Dr.T.S. Natarajan, Professor & Registrar(I/C), IIT TIRUPATI
29.03.2019 Lorecron-2K19 on CSE Techfest for students of CSE

Mr. C. Gangi Reddy, Chairman

 

03.06.2019 – 28.06.2019 INTERNSHIP SmartBridge in collaboration with IBM
24.06.2019 – 17.07.2019 INTERNSHIP SmartBridge in collaboration with IBM
24.08.2019 Awareness on Anti-Ragging

1. Chandra Sekhar, DSP

2. Anjoo Yadav, CI, Renigunta

13.09.2019 MASTER YOUR MIND – A PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

1. Mr. K. Pradeep Kumar, Motivational speaker and the film actor.

2. Mr. Shiva Kumar, Certified Mind Set trainer

10.10.2019  –

17.10.2019

One week workshop on “Problem solving and Programming using Python” for students of ECE & CSE

Trainer, APSSDC

 

28.11.2019 PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

Sri. Yandamuri Veerendranath,

Indian novelist and screenwriter

16.12.2019 -21.12.2019 One Week FDP on Artificial Intelligence Smart Bridge in collaboration with IBM

EVENTS CONDUCTED IN 2018 – 19

S.No. Date Event Detail Guest/Speaker/Trainer
1 21.06.2018 International Yoga Day Mr. Srinivasulu Naidu, Certified Yoga Trainer
2 05.07.2018 Pep talk on Community-Related Projects Prof. William Oakes, Purdue University, USA
3 12.07.2018 Orientation Programme for B. Tech I Year Students Smt. Rudrama Devi, Judge
4 17.07.2018 Personality Development Programme Mr. Ramamurthy
5 17.07.2018 Importance of Civil Services Mr. Rajasekhar
6 02.08.2018 Motivational Session Mr. Akhela Raghavendra
7 03.08.2018 VR Workshop Sv. CO partners with Facebook
8 15.08.2018 Independence Day Celebrations Sri. C. Gangi Reddy
9 04.09.2018 Freshers’ Day Shri S.K.Chandra Sekhar, DSP, Renigunta
10 27.09.2018 – 29.09.2018 Aws Technical Essentials Workshop/Aws Certification (3 Days) APSSDC Trainers
15.10.2018 Dasara Mahotsav In-Campus Programme
11 29.10.2018 FOSS Centre Inauguration Ms. Sanchitha Samant & Ms. Ruchi Sharma, Training manager(A.P), Spoken Tutorial IIT Bombay, NMEICT, MHRD Govt. of India.
12 18.12.2018 Data Analytics in Smart Manufacturing Dr. Sagar Kamarthi, Prof and Director of Data Analytics Engineering Program, NE University, Boston
13 07.01.2019 – 10.01.2019 AWS Educator workshop to the First year Students of CSE APSSDC Trainers
14 31.01.2019 – 01.02.2019 4th International Conference on Recent Challenges in Engineering and Technology
15 18.02.2019 Awareness on Summer Internship Programme Mr. Amarendra, Dir., SmartBridge & Mr. Yuktesh, Sr. Trainer, IBM
16 15.03.2019 – 16.03.2019 TechnoSangraam 2k19 Dr.T.S.Natarajan, Professor & Registrar(I/C), IIT TIRUPATI
17 28.03.2019 Voter Awareness Programme Mr. N. Mukteswara Rao, IAS
18 29.03.2019 Lorecron 2k19 – Tech Fest Sri. C. Gangi Reddy
19 19.04.2019 Annual Day Celebrations 2019 Prof AVV Prasad, IIT, Tirupati Prof B Viswanath, Director, Annamacharya Project
20 03.05.2019 Farewell Day of B.Tech Final Year Students Faculty and Students of CSE Department

EVENTS CONDUCTED IN 2017 – 2018

SNo. Date Event Detail Guest/Speaker of the Event
1 13.06.2017 Importance of Research – Awareness Programme to Staff Dr. K. R. Murali Mohan,
Head – Big Data Initiative, DST, India
2 21.06.2017 International Yoga Day Art of Living – Trainers
3 05.07.2017 Orientation-Day Programme to B. Tech Freshers Mr. Jagan Mohan,
Technical Head – Amararaja Batteries, TPT
4 07.07.2017 Memory Improvement Programme Raghu Guruji,
Sathya Sai Trust of Meditation
5 12.07.2017 Pep-Talk on “IT Industry Needs” Mr. S. R. Swaminathan, Senior Director, Virtusa – Chennai
Mr. Naveen Williams, HR Executive, Virtusa – Chennai
6 05.08.2017 Entrepreneurship Awareness Program IB Hubs
7 18.08.2017 Pep-Talk on “Preparation for UPSC & Prospects” Mr. Ashok IPS
8 23.08.2017 CSE Fresher’s Day Dr. C. Nadhamuni Reddy, Principal, AITS, Tirupati
9 12.09.2017 –
13.09.2017
Third International Conference on “Recent Challenges in Engineering & Technology” Prof. Bhanu Prasad Pinnamaneni,
Director, R &D, Kelenn Technology, France
Dr. Vijay Tharad, Director – Operations
10 13.09.2017 IoT in Everyday Life Dr. Siva Gurumoorthy,
Professor, SVCE, Tirupati
11 Three Days Android Workshop for III CSE APSSDC Trainers
12 24.01.2018 Pep-Talk on Self Motivation to improve academics and career Mr. Sudheer Sandra, Clinical Psychologist
13 22.01.2018 –
27.01.2018
Six Days Programme on Problem-Solving in C Language APSSDC Trainers
14 29.01.2018-
03.02.2018
Six Days Programme on Problem-Solving in C Language APSSDC Trainers

EVENTS CONDUCTED IN 2016 – 2017

SNo. Date Event Detail Guest/Speaker of the Event
1 21.06.2016 International Yoga Day Mr. C. Sarath Babu,
Yoga Instructor,
TTD Vedic Univ., TPT
2 01.07.2016 Orientation Programme Dr. Nagendra Prasad,
Placement Officer,
SVUCE, SVU, TPT
3 04.07.2016 Introduction on Python Programming Mr. Rishi Anand,
Corporate Trainer, HYD
4 29.07.2016 APP Exhibition III Year CSE Students
5 03.08.2016 Two Days Workshop on Big Data Mr. G. Srikanth,
TCS Trainer, Chennai
6 26.08.2016 Session by IC2 Mr. Glenn Robinson
Mr. Vishal Khanna
Mr. Giridhar
7 22.11.2016 – 27.11.2016 FTP on “Curriculum Design, Measurement and Evaluation” NITTTR, Kolkatta
8 05.01.2017 Pep-Talk on Motivating Students to Inspire Ms. Pamela Kumar,
Vice-President,
Cloud Computing Council of India, BGL
9 11.01.2017 Training Programme on “Demonetization and Cashless Transactions” APSSDC Trainers
10 20.01.2017 Virtualization in Cloud Computing, an in-house Training Programme to III CSE students Mr. Ch. Sivasankar, Assistant Professor,Dept of CSE, AITS, Tirupati
11 04.03.2017 One-Day Workshop on “IOT – Hands on Practice” Dr. S R N Reddy & his Scholars
12 27.03.2017 National Level Technical Symposium, LORECRON – 2k17 Mr. G. Giridhar, CEO, M/s. 7-In-Q and M/s. Venusgeo
13 31.03.2017 College Day Celebrations Mr. EV Swamy
Mr. Balaswamy B
Ms. Priya Radhakrishnan
Practical classes conducted Venue Year
Problem Solving and Programming Lab RITCHIE Lab I B.Tech I Semester
Data Structures & Algorithms Lab GOSLING Lab I B.Tech II Semester
CSE Workshop GOSLING Lab I B.Tech II Semester
Basics of Python Programming RITCHIE Lab II B.Tech I Semester
Design Thinking & Product Innovation Lab RITCHIE Lab II B.Tech I Semester
Object Oriented Programming through Java Lab RITCHIE Lab II B.Tech II Semester
Computer Organization Lab JOHN MCCARTHY Lab II B.Tech II Semester
Object Oriented Analysis and Design and Software Testing Lab GOSLING Lab III B.Tech I Semester
Compiler Design Lab JOHN MCCARTHY Lab III B.Tech I Semester
AI Lab JOHN MCCARTHY Lab III B.Tech I Semester
Operating System Lab JOHN MCCARTHY Lab III B.Tech I Semester
Web and Internet Technologies Lab VINT CERF Lab III B.Tech II Semester
Data Warehousing and Mining Lab AHO ULLMAN Lab III B.Tech II Semester
Grid and Cloud Computing Lab VINT CERF Lab IV B.Tech. I Semester
Mobile Application Development Lab TIM BERNERS LEE  Lab IV B.Tech. I Semester
Project Lab VINT CERF Lab IV B.Tech. II Semester

Hardware Facilities 

 SL. No  Name of the Laboratory  Total No of System Hardware Configurations
1

VINT CERF Lab

 

80 Lenovo S500 Desktop
Intel H110 chipset: Intel i3 Processor
4GB DDR4 RAM
LED 19.5 Monitor
1TB HDD
2

 

GOSLING Lab

 

110 LENOVO M60 DESKTOP G-41
Chipset: Intel Pentium G630 2.40Ghz processor
2 GB DDR3 RAM
250 GB HDD
15.6” LED Monitor
Keyboard
Optical Mouse.
3

   RITCHIE Lab

 

110 WIPRO NET POWER Z2501
Intel XEON 1.86GHz Processor Intel chipset
1 GB DDR-II RAM
2*160 GB SATA Disk
17” CRT Monitor, DVD Writer
USB Key Board & Optical Mouse.
4

 

TIM BERNERS LEE  Lab

 

55 HP 280G4 Desktop
Intel Core i3-8100
8GB RAM,1TB HDD
18.5 TFT monitor
USB mouse and USB Key Board
5

AHO ULLMAN Lab

 

55 HP 280G4 Desktop
Intel Core i3-8100
8GB RAM,1TB HDD
18.5 TFT monitor
USB mouse and USB Key Board
6

JOHN MCCARTHY Lab

 

75

HP280G6 Desktop Core-i5 -10500

 

16GB DDR4 RAM
1TB HDD
18.5 TFT Monitor
USB mouse and USB Key Board
7 CM’s Skill Excellence Center (Computing Lab) 37 Acer TravelMate TMP249-G2-M-35HN 14″ Laptop/ Notebook
Windows® 10 Pro
Intel® Core™ i3-7100U Processor – 2.4GHz
3M Cache 4GB DDR4 RAM Memory
1TB SATA HDD 5.4Krpm Hard Drive
Intel® HD Graphics 620. VGA & HDMI with HDCP 2.2 ports
14″ HD 1366×768 resolution

IEEE 802.11ac,2×2 MIMO WiFi,

Gigabit thernet (WOL) &  Bluetooth 4.0

8

CM’s Skill Excellence Center

(Dassault Systems 3D Experience Lab & Advanced TEchnoogies Training LAb

36 HP Zbook 15U G4 Mobile work station
Windows® 10 Pro :Intel® Core™ i5, 7th Gen, 7200U  Processor
16GB DDR4 RAM Memory
1TB SATA HDD
Intel® HD 2GB Graphics 620. VGA & HDMI with HDCP 2.2 ports
Display 15.6″ HD 1366×768 resolution
Networking : 802.11ac, 2×2 MIMO WiFi
Gigabit Ethernet (WOL) & Bluetooth 4.0

Tech I Year – II Semester (AK20)

S.no. Subject Name File Name
1 Data Structures DS.pdf
2 Data Structures Lab DS_Lab.pdf
3 Web Design Web_Design_MANUAL.pdf
4 Basics of Python Programming BPP.pdf
5 BPP Lab BPP_LAB.pdf

Tech II Year – II Semester (AK20)

S.no. Subject Name File Name
1 Computer Organization Computer_Organization.pdf
2 Computer Networks Computer_Networks.pdf
3 OOP Through Java JAVA.pdf
4 Operating Systems Operating_System.pdf
5 Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis MEFA.pdf
6 Universal Human Values UHV.pdf
7 CN Lab CN_Lab_manual.pdf
8 Java Lab JAVA_LAB_MANUAL.pdf
9 OS Lab OS_LAB.pdf
10 Server Side Scripting SSS_unit_1_2.pdf
11 Formal Languages and Automata Theory flat.pdf
12 Data Warehousing and Mining Data_Warehousing_And_Mining.pdf
13 Design and Analysis of Algorithms DAA.pdf
14 CO Lab CO_Lab_Manual.pdf
15 DWM Lab dm_manual.pdf

Tech III Year – II Semester (AK19)

S.no. Subject Name File Name
1 Computer Networks Computer_Networks.pdf
2 Grid and Cloud Computing GCC.pdf
3 Machine Learning Machine_Learning.pdf
4 Web Programming Web_prog.pdf
5 Cyber Security Cyber_Security.pdf
6 Cellular and Mobile Communications Cellulular_Mob_Comm.pdf
7 GCC Lab GCC_Lab.pdf
8 WP Lab WP_lab_manual.pdf
9 CN Lab CN_Lab_manual.pdf

Tech IV Year – II Semester (JNTUA R15)

S.no. Subject Name File Name
  1. 1
Data Analytics da.pdf
2 Cyber Security Cyber_Security.pdf

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS 2021-2022

LIST OF JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS FROM FACULTY (2021-2022)
S.No. Name of the Faculty Journal Name Year & Month of Public ation Vol. No.,Issue No.,and pg.no s. TITLE Web link
1 Dr.K.Navaz International Journal of Vehicle Autonomous Systems 2021 – July 2020 Vol.15 No.3/4 LabVIEW-based performance improvement of servo vacuum booster using programmable logic control 10.1504/IJVAS.2020.116450

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS 2020-2021

LIST OF JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS FROM FACULTY (2020-2021):
S.No. Name of the Faculty Journal Name Year & Month of Public ation Vol. No.,Issue No.,and pg.no s. TITLE Web link
1 Dr.N.Badrinath Internation al Journal of Pervasive Computing and Communic ation 2020 July Vol. 16 No. 4.,PP. 371-381 Pervasiv e computa tional model and wearable devices for prediction of respiratory symptoms in progression of COVID- 19 https://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/IJPCC-07-2020-0077/full/html
2 T.Sreeni vasulu Reddy Internation al Journal of Advanced in Automatio n,Signal processing,Instrumen tation and control 2020 October 2020 Issue Heuristi c-Based Clusteri ng Approach for Discover ing Colossal Patterns from High- Dimensi onal Databases https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-981-15-8221-9_165
3 Dr.K.Navaz International Journal 2020 October 2020 Issue Optimization for connecti vity and coverage issue in target based wireless sensor network using an effective multiobj ective hybrid tunicate and salp swarm optimizer https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/dac.4679
4 S.Athina rayana Internation al Journal of Advanced science and technology 2020 June Vol.2 9,No 8s Alternati ve Approac h to Path evaluati on Algorith ms used in GPS Devices http://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/17523
5 Akepati Sankar Reddy Internatio nal Journal of Analytical and Experimen tal model analysis 2020 June Volu me XII,Issue VI ISSN: 0886-9367 “ACompar ative Study and Analysis of Image Denoisin g methods:Principal Component Analysis with Local Pixel Groupin g and Nonloca l Multi Task Sparse Learnig” https://app.box.com/s/t96m3p3lpbh9rvdqn81sj9o46qmeoi9m
6 B.Rupa Devi Internation al Journal of Advanced Trends in Computer Science and Engineering 2020 October Vol 9,No.5 Detection of Pneumonia Using Deep Transfer Learning http://www.warse.org/IJATCSE/static/pdf/file/ijatcse292952020.pdf
7 M.Reddi Durga Sree International Journal of Computer Applicatio ns 2021 April Vol.1 74
No.29
Comparative analysis of stock market prediction algorithms based on Twitter Data https://www.researchgate.net/journal/International-Journal-of-Computer-Applications-0975-8887
8 G.Rama krishna Internation al Journal of Computer Applicatio ns 2021 April No.29 Comparative analysis of stock market prediction algorithms based on Twitter Data https://www.researchgate.net/journal/International-Journal-of-Computer-Applications-0975-8887
9 R.Venka ta Ramana Internation al Journal of Computer Applicatio ns 2021 April Vol.1 74 No.29 Comparative analysis of stock market prediction algorithms based on Twitter Data https://www.researchgate.net/journal/International-Journal-of-Computer-Applications-0975-8887
10 G.Megh ana Madhuri International Journa lof Emerging Technolog ies and Innovative Research 2020 November Vol 7,Issu e 11 Intrusion Detectio n System Using Gini Index Based Technique https://www.jetir.org/view?paper=JETIR2011092
11 N.Geethanjali International Journa lof Emerging Technolog ies and Innovative Research 2021January Vol8,Issu e 1 Facial Emotion Reorgan ization Using Convolu tion Neural Network https://www.jetir.org/papers/JETIR2101029.pdf
12 M.Reddi Durga Sree Internation al Journal of Alochana Chakra Journal 2020 June Vol.9,No.69 Hybrid Quantum Cryptography scheme to enhance the security in Digilocker http://www.alochanachakra.in/gallery/756-acj-june-2411.pdf

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS 2019-2020

LIST OF JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS FROM FACULTY (2019-2020):
S.No. Name of the Faculty Journal Name Year & Month of Publication Vol. No., Issue No., and pg.nos. TITLE Web Link
1 B.Rupaevi International Sientific Refereed Research Journal 2019 June Vol 2,Issue 3 An Enhanced Approach for Security Authorized Deduplication in hybrid clouds http://shisrrj.com/paper/SHISRRJ119232.pdf
2 C.Bhanu Prakash International Sientific Refereed Research Journal 2019 June Vol 2,Issue 3 An Enhanced Approach for Security Authorized Deduplication in hybrid clouds http://shisrrj.com/paper/SHISRRJ119232.pdf
3 G.Lakshmi Narayana International Sientific Refereed Research Journal 2019 June Vol 2,Issue 3 An Enhanced Approach for Security Authorized Deduplication in hybrid clouds http://shisrrj.com/paper/SHISRRJ119232.pdf
4 Dr.K.Navaz IJRTE 2019 July Vol 8 Issue-2,PP.1050-1055 Parallel and serial graph coloring implentation with tabu search method https://www.ijrte.org/wp-content/uploads/papers/v8i2/B1840078219.pdf
5 M.Reddi Durga Sree International Sientific Refereed Research Journal 2019 Aug Vol 5, Issue 4 Predicting early reviewers in their rating behaviour for product marketing on websites https://ijsret.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/IJSRET_V5_issue4_429.pdf
6 B.Purushotham International Journal of Intelligent Engineering and Systems 2019 Aug Vol 12, No.5,PP.232-240 Effective Maintaince of path stability using ACO-PLF mechanism in MANET’s http://www.inass.org/2019/2019103123.pdf
7 Dr.K.Navaz ICTACT Journal on image and video processing 2019 Nov Vol 10,Issue 2 Effective image processing techniques based iris attendance system http://ictactjournals.in/paper/IJIVP_Vol_10_Iss_2_Paper_1_2071_2075.pdf
8 Dr.S.Athinarayanan ICTACT Journal on image and video processing 2019 Nov Vol 10,Issue 2 Effective image processing techniques based iris attendance system http://ictactjournals.in/paper/IJIVP_Vol_10_Iss_2_Paper_1_2071_2075.pdf
9 B.Sunil Kumar Journal oF Advanced research in technology and management sciences 2019 Nov Vol 1, Issue 3 Technologies of internet of things for healthcare services https://jartms.org/download.php?id=MTQ=
10 Dr.N.Badinath International Journal of advanced science and technology 2020 Jan Vol 29,No 6, PP.3631-3639 The comparative analysis of machine learning techniques for gestational diabetics prediction http://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/14359
11 Dr.K.Navaz International Journal of Vehicle Autonomus Systems 2020 Feb Issue 2020 Lab view based performance improvement of servo vacum booster using programble logic control https://www.inderscienceonline.com/doi/abs/10.1504/IJVAS.2020.116450
12 K.Sumalatha nternational Journal of electrica; and Computer Engineering 2020 Feb Vol 9, No 1, PP 629-634 A review on various optimization techniques of resources provisioning in cloud computing http://ijece.iaescore.com/index.php/IJECE/article/view/10791
13 Dr.K.Navaz International Journal of advanced science and technology 2020 Mar Vol 83,PP 2063-2067 Integrity and load balancing in big data systems https://www.testmagzine.biz/index.php/testmagzine/article/download/3892/3388/7096
14 Dr.S.Athinarayanan International Journal of advanced science and technology 2020 Mar Vol 83,PP 2063-2067 Integrity and load balancing in big data systems https://www.testmagzine.biz/index.php/testmagzine/article/download/3892/3388/7096
15 R.Venkata Ramana International Journal of IGI Global 2020 Mar Chapter 3, PP 45-50 Towords the integration of block chain and IOT for security challenges in IOT https://www.igi-global.com/gateway/chapter/238358
16 M.Sudhakara International Journal of IGI Global 2020 Mar Chapter 3, PP 45-50 Towords the integration of block chain and IOT for security challenges in IOT https://www.igi-global.com/gateway/chapter/238358
17 Venkata Rathnam International Journal of IGI Global 2020 Mar Chapter 3, PP 45-50 Towords the integration of block chain and IOT for security challenges in IOT https://www.igi-global.com/gateway/chapter/238358
18 Y. Mahanandhi International Journal of advanced science and technology 2020 Mar Vol 83,PP 2063-2067 Integrity and load balancing in big data systems https://www.testmagzine.biz/index.php/testmagzine/article/download/3892/3388/7096
19 Dr.S.Jumlesha IJSREM 2020 Apr Vol 4, Issue 4 Energy saving technique by home automation and data mining https://ijsrem.com/volume-04-issue-04-april2020/
20 B.Sunil Kumar IJSREM 2020 Apr Vol 4, Issue 4 Energy saving technique by home automation and data mining https://ijsrem.com/volume-04-issue-04-april2020/
21 N.Venkata Vinod Kumar International Journal of TEST engineering and Management 2020 Apr Vol 83,No 5048-5058 Machine Learning based web risk detection http://testmagzine.biz/index.php/testmagzine/article/view/4431
22 Dr.S.Athinarayanan Internatioal Journal of advanced science and technology 2020 Apr Vol 29,No 8,PP 3650-3654 Alternative approach to path evaluations used in GPS devices http://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/17523
23 K.Rajashekar TEST engineering and management 2020 Apr Vol 83, PP 2063-2067 Integrity and load balancing in big data systems https://www.testmagzine.biz/index.php/testmagzine/article/download/3892/3388/7096
24 G.Lakshmi Narayana IJSREM 2020 Apr ISSN 2582-3930 Vol 4 Energy saving technique by home automation and data mining https://ijsrem.com/volume-04-issue-04-april2020/

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS 2018-2019

LIST OF JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS FROM FACULTY (2018-2019):
S.No. Name of the Faculty Journal Name Year & Month of Publication Vol. No., Issue No., and pg.nos. TITLE Web Link
1 Dr.S.Athinara yanan International Journal       of Computer Sciences  and Engineering 2018
June
Vol.6, Issue.9, pp.789- 792 Throughp ut Analysis of Multicast Schedulin g Algorithms  by Varying NxN IQ Switch https://www.ijcseonline.org/pdf_paper_view.php?paper_id=2945&133-IJCSE-04797.pdf
2 Dr.K.Navaz International Journal       of Computer Sciences  and Engineering 2018
June
Vol.6, Issue.9, pp.789- 792 Throughp ut Analysis of Multicast Schedulin g Algorithm s            by
Varying NxN     IQ
Switch
https://www.ijcseonline.org/pdf_paper_view.php?paper_id=2945&133-IJCSE-04797.pdf
3 Dr. Shaik Jumlesha International Journal       of Computer Sciences  and Engineering 2018
June
Vol.6, Issue.9, pp.789- 792 Throughp ut Analysis of Multicast Schedulin g Algorithm s            by
Varying NxN     IQ
Switch
https://www.ijcseonline.org/pdf_paper_view.php?paper_id=2945&133-IJCSE-04797.pdf
4 B.Purushotha m International Journal of Engineering & Technology 2018
June
Volume 7,
Special Issue
20, pp.573-
578, ISSN:2 227-
524X
(online).
Buffer Managem ent and Packet LossAvoidanc e Using Random Early Passive Proactive Prediction Queue Managem ent and Cluster Based Multipath Reliable Congestio n Control
Protocol
https://www.sciencepubco.com/index.php/ijet/article/download/22944/11392
5 M. Reddi Durga Sree International Journal       of Scientific Research    & Engineering Trends 2018
August
Vol.    4,
Issue 4
Study     of user’s behavior in Structured E-
Commerce Websites
https://ijsret.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/IJSRET_V4_issue4_291.pdf
6 Dr.N.Badrinath Proceedings of              the
National Academy   of Sciences, India  Section A:     Physical Sciences,
2018
August
(2018)
Issue
Prediction of Erythemato              -Squamous Diseases through Tensor- based- learning and Classifier https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40010-018-0563-x
7 G.Ramakrishna Institute      of Thermomech anics 2018
October
Acta Technic a CSAV
63    No. 1B/201 8, 1–6
Deceptive call recognitio n     in     a network using machine learning http://actatechnica.com/63(2018)-1B/Paper%20D-03%20Narayana.pdf
8 M. Sudhakara International Journal       of Engineering & Technology 2018
October
7.3
(2018):
1751-
1756
A     novel method  to detect foregroun d     region using morpholo gical operations with block based enhancement  for underwater images https://www.sciencepubco.com/index.php/ijet/article/view/13159
9 Dr.S.Athinara yanan ICTACT
Journal      on Communicati on Technology
2018
Novemb er
Vol.09, No.04, pp.1908
-1912
Distribute d       Load Balancing Algorithm For Wireless Sensor Network’ http://ictactjournals.in/paper/IJCT_Vol_9_Iss_4_Paper_7_1908_1912.pdf
10 Dr.K Navaz ICTACT
Journal
on Communi cation Technology ( IJCT)
2018
November
VOLU ME:  09, ISSUE:
04,    pp.
1908-
1912
Distribute d       Load Balancing Algorithm for Wireless
Sensor Network
http://ictactjournals.in/paper/IJCT_Vol_9_Iss_4_Paper_7_1908_1912.pdf
11 M.         Reddi Durga Sree International Journal       of Scientific Research  and Engineering Trends 2018
December
Vol.    4,
Issue 6
Identity- based Data Auditing and Hiding for Secure Cloud Storage https://ijsret.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/IJSRET_V4_issue6_376.pdf
12 N.Venkata Vinod Kumar International Journal       of Recent Technology and Engineering
(IJRTE)
2019
January
Volume
-7
Issue- 5S2
Digital Signature Verificati on    Using Artificial Neural
Networks
https://www.ijrte.org/wp-content/uploads/papers/v7i6s/F02900376S19.pdf
13 T.Venkata Rathnam International Journal       of Electronics and Computer Engineering 2019
January
Vol 7,Issue 1 Feature Extraction Technique s             in
Microblogging Social Networks
http://nebula.wsimg.com/234438c6c64028b2b05ed0ec433902aa?AccessKeyId=DFB1BA3CED7E7997D5B1&disposition=0&alloworigin=1
14 B.Sunil Kumar International Journal       of Management 2019January Vol 9,Issue 1 Distribute d       Load Balancing Algorithm
for Wireless Sensor Networks
http://ijamtes.org/gallery/48.%20jan%2019ijamte%20-%20cw.pdf
15 B.Sunil kumar Shodhshaury an International Scientific Refereed Research Journal 2019
February
Volume
2    Issue 1
HADOOP based Picture Pressure and Amassed Approach for Lossless Compression http://shisrrj.com/SHISRRJ192118
16 N.Venkata Vinod Kumar Shodhshaury an International Scientific Refereed Research Journal 2019
February
Volume
2    Issue 1
HADOOP based Picture Pressure and Amassed Approach for Lossless Compression http://shisrrj.com/SHISRRJ192118
17 Dr.S.Athinara yanan ICTACT
Journal      on
Image      and Video Processing
2019
Feb
Vol.09, No.03, pp.1935
-1939
Cervical Cancer Detection and Classificat ion        by using effectual integration            of
directional Gabor texture feature extraction method and hybrid kernel based SVM Classificat ion
10.21917/ijivp.2019.0274
18 Dr.K.Navaz ICTACT
Journal      on
Image      and Video Processing
2019
Feb
Vol.09, No.03, pp.1935
-1939
Cervical Cancer Detection and Classificat ion        by using effectual integratio n            of
directional Gabor texture feature extraction method and hybrid kernel based SVM
Classification
10.21917/ijivp.2019.0274
19 N.Venkata Vinod Kumar International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE) 2019 April 2019 A Scalable and Distribute d Mechanis m for DNA Databases by Aggregate Queries https://www.ijitee.org/wp-content/uploads/papers/v8i6s4/F13010486S419.pdf
20 M. Sudhakara International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering 2019 April 2019 Under water Image enhancement using conventional techniques quality metrics https://www.ijitee.org/wp-content/uploads/papers/v8i7s/G10450587S19.pdf
21 Dr.S.Athinara yanan CIKITUSI Journal of Multidiscipli nary Research 2019 May Vol.06, No.05, pp.218 – 223, A Study of IOT and Android based Women Safety Applications http://www.cikitusi.com/gallery/35-may-804.pdf
22 Dr.K.Navaz CIKITUSI Journal of Multidiscipli nary Research 2019 May Vol.06, No.05, pp.218 – 223, A Study of IOT and Android based Women Safety Applications http://www.cikitusi.com/gallery/35-may-804.pdf
23 B.Purushotha m International Journal for Research in Engineering Application & Management 2019 May Volume 05,Issue 02, pp.174-180, ISSN: 2454-9150 Buffer Managem ent Schemes to avoid Packet Loss in Mobile Ad-hoc Networks:A Survey http://ijream.org/papers/IJREAMV05I0250039.pdf
24 K.Rajasekhar International Journal Of Computer Science and Engineering 2019 May Vol. 7, Issue-5, May 2019 “Measurin g Different Tasks for Unstructur ed Data and High Speed Data in Data Stream Mining” http://shisrrj.com/SHISRRJ192310

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS 2017-2018

LIST OF JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS FROM FACULTY (2017-2018):
S.No. Name of the Faculty Journal Name Year & Month of Publication Vol. No., Issue No., and pg.nos. TITLE Web Link
1 Dr. S. S Arumugam International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science, Engineering and Information Technology (IJSRCEIT) 2017 – Dec Vol no.6, Issue No.6 Combined Interference Approach for Large Scale Ontologies Based on Map Reduced Paradigm https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3432804
2 Dr. S. S Arumugam International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Technology Research (IJSETR) 2017 – Nov Vol no.6, Issue No.32 A Time Sequence Scheme for Efficient Message Broadcast in wireless Networks https://ijecs.in/index.php/ijecs/article/view/2322
3 B. Purushotham International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Technology Research (IJSETR) 2017 – Oct Vol no.6, Issue No.29 A Novel Path Inference Approach to Reconstructing the Per-Packet Routing Path in Wireless Sensor Networks http://ijsetr.com/uploads/521463IJSETR15875-1144.pdf
4 B. Rupadevi International Journal of Advanced Technology and Innovative Research(IJATIR) 2017 – Oct Vol no.9, Issue No.11 Defending your Accurate: Provable Attribute- Based keyword Search with Fine-Grained Owner -Obligatory Search Autorization in the Cloud https://www.ijera.com/pages/v3no5.html
5 Ch. Siva Sankar Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research [EIJFMR] 2017 – Dec Vol no.9, Issue No.02 Implementation Of A Machine Learning Technique: Store And Process Big Data In Distributed Environment Over The Array Of Computers https://www.ijitee.org/download/volume-9-issue-4/
6 G. Lakshmi Narayana International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Technology Research (IJSETR) 2017 – Sep Vol no.6, Issue No.29 Secure Share Data KP-ABE with Third Party Verification in Cloud Computing http://www.ijsetr.com/uploads/534162IJSETR15679-1047.pdf
7 C. Usha Rani International Journal of Engineering and Computer Science (IJECS) 2017 – Aug vol no, 6, Issue 8 An Effective Thresholding Technique for Otsu’s Method using Contrast Enhancement https://ijecs.in/index.php/ijecs/article/view/2322
8 A. Sankar Reddy International Journal of Engineering and Computer Science (IJECS) 2017 – Aug vol no, 6, Issue 8 An Effective Thresholding Technique for Otsu’s Method using Contrast Enhancement https://ijecs.in/index.php/ijecs/article/view/2322
9 A. Sankar Reddy International Journal of Future Revolution in Computer Science & Communication Engineering (IJFRCSCE) 2017 – Nov vol no, 3, Issue 11 The Study and Literature Review of a Feature Extraction Mechanism in Computer Vison https://www.ijfrcsce.org/index.php/ijfrcsce/article/download/324/324
10 A. Sankar Reddy published in International Journal of Engineering and Technology (IJET) 2018 – March vol no, 7 Online e-tollgate fee collection using QRCode https://www.sciencepubco.com/index.php/ijet/article/view/9574/3306