ABOUT DEPARTMENT OF CSE

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering is leaving no stone unturned to enable the young brains to excel in the field of Technology as well as Software Engineering. Special focus is on overall personality development of the individual student and providing Industrial orientation to them. The Department is working towards imparting the latest trends of technological Knowledge and honing the young minds to become Quality Engineers to be readily absorbed by the Industries. As many as young and dynamic staff members are putting in their best efforts and ideas to achieve the best results and make them viable in the present scenario of competitive world. The Department of CSE had 60 seats in the initial year of 2008-09, but now it has risen to 180. The Department seeks to combine excellence in education with service to the industry. Our vision is to be recognized as innovative and leading Technology Department. Our goal is to provide students with a balance of intellectual and practical experiences that enable them to serve a variety of societal needs.

The CSE Department has sufficient faculty members who are qualified in SLET/NET and also expertise in their research including Network security, Data Mining, Mobile Communication, Computer forensics, Embedded systems and .NET technologies.

AAVARTHAN is a nonprofit Students’ association who are dedicated to promote latest technologies in Software. It provides students with an opportunity to study, research and network in the technical arena. The organization’s activities include academic conferences, publications, the global coordination of students organizations.

The Department seeks to combine excellence in education with service to the industry. Our vision is to be recognized as innovative and leading Computer Science Department. Our goal is to provide students with a balance of intellectual and practical experience that enable them to serve a variety of societal needs. In our department students are nurtured to become best software professionals as project Manager. System Analysts or Team leaders in Industry or become Entrepreneurs in their own innovative way.


HOD Profile

CSE Hod
Dr.B.Bhanu Prakash
Ph.D
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Vision Of The Department

To achieve academic excellence and to build the leaders with escalating multi – skilled professionals in Computer Science & Engineering with global competence empowered by technical expertise with in-depth knowledge, innovative research and the knowledge of cutting edge technologies, lifelong learning, promoting employability, higher education with socio-ethical, eco-friendly and entrepreneurial values for rural youth.


Mission Of The Department

To impart quality technical education and to develop the learners as leaders in Computer Science & Engineering with fundamental engineering principles with intellectually adept and professionally deft, innovative research capabilities and exemplary skills and competence to conduct to lead and to use technology for the progress of mankind, training and adopting them to changing technological environment by providing the high quality instruction, infra, faculty, training, modern teaching and learning methods imbibing the socio-ethical and entrepreneurial values as the inner strength.


PROGAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO ‘s)

    1.Preparation:The learners of computer Science and Engineering can be able to apply the knowledge of Mathematics, Applied Science, Computing, Basic Engineering field to identify, analyze, formulate, design, simulate and develop the practical solutions for hardware and software problems in industry and academia.

    2. Core Competence: To enable the learners with core curriculum knowledge in theory and practical experiments of computer Science and Engineering to develop the innovative skills in design, simulation, investigation of complex problems, critical reasoning, development and testing knowledge for offering solutions to real life problems related to globally evolving techno-corridor requirements of computer Science and Engineering Field.

    3. Breadth Knowledge: To provide the learners with breadth knowledge to build the Computer Science and engineering professionals to have the team work and skills for developing communicative abilities, lifelong learning, and aptitude of project management, finance with entrepreneurial values for rural development.

    4. Advanced Professional knowledge: To practice using a system of multi-faceted, multi-disciplinary approach to develop R&D skills by MOUs with premier industries and institutions interacting with training sessions and industrial visits for the learners to have awareness on the latest trends, Modern software tools and programming techniques of Computer Science and Engineering to cater the escalating needs of society.

    5. Career Development and ethics: To build the learners with the aptitude of competitive knowledge of real time requirement of cutting edge technologies by promoting employability and higher education with a blend of ethical, social and eco-friendly.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO’s)

    PSO1: Ability to design and develop applications using various software tools.

    PSO2:The learners will be able to develop the knowledge of the competitive environment in success of globally acclaimed tests like GRE, TOEFL, IELTS, IES, GMAT, CAT, PSUs, and GATE etc.

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO's)

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

    PO1: Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

    PO2: Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze 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 the public health and safety, and the 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 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.

CSE Department Faculty Details
S.NoName of the FacultyQualificationDesignationExperience
1Dr. B. Bhanu PrakashProfessorPh.D,HOD15
2Dr. K. SatishProfessorPh.D14
3Mr. M. Srikanth YadavAssociate professorM. Tech, (Ph.D)13
4Mr. P. Naga BabuAssociate professorB.Tech, M.Tech10
5Mr. B. RameshAssociate professorB.Tech, M.Tech8.5
6Mr. T. NarendrababuAssociate professorM.Tech, (Ph.D)8.5
7Mr. M.A.ChakravarthiAssociate professorM.Tech, (Ph.D)15
8Ms. P.N.Varalakshmi KAssociate professorM.Tech, (Ph.D)13
9Mr. M. SrikanthAssociate professorB.Tech, M.Tech5.9
10Mr. M.C.P.SahebAssistant ProfessorM.Tech, (Ph.D)8
11Mr. M. ChennakesavaraoAssistant ProfessorB.Tech, M.Tech6.6
12Mr. D. Pavan KumarAssistant ProfessorB.Tech, M.Tech5.7
13Mrs. Sk. ShahinaAssistant ProfessorB.Tech, M.Tech2.1
14Mr. S. Anil KumarAssistant ProfessorB.Tech, M.Tech10
15Ms. Sk. ShahidaAssistant ProfessorB.Tech, M.Tech8.5
16Mr. K. Samuel BabuAssistant ProfessorB.Tech, M.Tech1
17Mr. N.SivannarayanaAssistant ProfessorB.Tech, M.Tech5
18Mr. B.V.Suresh ReddyAssistant ProfessorB.Tech, M.Tech7
19Mr. T.Subba Reddy Assistant ProfessorB.Tech, M.Tech5
20Mr. G.Pavan KumarAssistant ProfessorB.Tech, M.Tech5
21Mr. S.V.N.VamsidharAssistant ProfessorB.Tech, M.Tech15
22Mr. Bolla RameshAssistant ProfessorB.Tech, M.Tech1

CSE Department Adjunct Faculty Details
S.No.Name of the Adjunct FacultyDesignation & CompanyLocation
1Mr. Andrews KumarSr.Programmer, Wipro TechBengalore
2Mr. D. Venkata SudheerCEO, DVTS PVT LtdBengalore
3Mr. G.V.Vara PrasadSr.Programmer, Prasad IT SolutionsHyderabad
4Mr. A. JaganMohanReddyTech Lead, CTSChennai
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Placements for the ACADEMIC YEAR 2017-2018
S.NoCompany & Address with HR Name & Contact NoDate of Visit Job Description & SalaryTotal Students Selected
1Efftronics,Vijayawada software engineer package:1.5LPA 1
2Glenwood,Chennai 8/12/2017 package:2.4LPA2
3PIVOXLABS28/12/20171
4CATTIN,Hyderabadpackage:1.0LPA2
5VEE Technologiespackage:1.8LPA3
6Paragaon digital service,Chennaipackage:1.44LPA1
7Hinduja global servicespackage:1.4Lpa 28/04/201822
8MaintecPackage:1.8LPA6
9Accenture,hyderabadpackage:2.17LPA1
Total Students Selected39

Placements for the ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-2017
S.NoName of the CompanyRoll NoOn/Off CampusPackage/anunumNo. of boysNo.of girlsTotal
1THIRD WARE13-583On3.5 L011
2TECHNOVERT13-587On3.4 L011
3VMWARE13-585On3 L011
4NTT DATA13-583Off3 L011
5AMPLUS GROUP13-512,531,551,561,582,585,586,5A5On2.4 L268
6MAINTEC13-502,504,511,521,530,562,570,571,587,589,590On1.8 L3811
7SNOVASYS13-504,548Off1.2L022
Total No. of Companies:-07
Total No. of Students Selected:- 25

Placements for the ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016
S.NoName of the CompanyRoll NoOn/Off CampusPackage/anunumNo. of boysNo.of girlsTotal
1IVTL12NE1A0582Off4.5 L011
2TECH MAHINDRA12NE1A0516Off2.5 L011
3AXIS BANK12NE1A0577Off2.5 L101
4GLEN WOOD SYSTEMS12NE1A0559, 12NE1A05A7On2.4 L022
5GAGAN TECHNOLOGIES12 - 502-506,508,519,532,537,541,546,
547,555,574,585,597,5A1,5A2,5A6,5B3,5B4,5B5,13-503
On2.3 L41620
6DV TECH SERVICES12-501,504,505,510,511,513,517,520,525,527,528,
542,560,567,583,5A0, 5A5,5B7,13-503
On2.2 L281220
7CLOUD MACHINE12-512,524,540, 5B0On1.8 L134
8Excel12NE1A0523Off1.8 L011
Total No. of Companies:-08
Total No. of Students Selected:- 50

Placements for the ACADEMIC YEAR 2014-2015
S.NoName of the CompanyRoll NoOn/Off CampusPackage/anunumNo. of boysNo.of girlsTotal
1OPEN TEXT11NE1A0534Off4.4 L101
2MIND TREE11NE1A0506,11NE1A0519Off3.2 L022
3FONY11NE1A0525,11NE1A0554,11NE1A0557,11F01A0580On3.2 L044
4MPHASIS11NE1A0503,11NE1A0535Off2.5 L112
5HIVE MINDS11NE1A0520Off2.4 L101
6INYXA11NE1A0548,11NE1A0553Off2.4 L202
7SUPERFECT SOLUTIONS11NE1A0501,11NE1A0547,11NE1A0555On2.4 L213
8DHARANI INFOTECH11NE1A0514,11NE1A0543On2.4 L112
94W TECHNOLOGIES11NE1A0505,11NE1A0511,11NE1A0551On2.0 L123
10AXIUS11NE1A0528,11NE1A0532,11NE1A0550,11NE1A0556On1.8 L224
Total No. of Companies:-10
Total No. of Students Selected:- 24
Placements for the ACADEMIC YEAR 2013-2014
S.NoName of the CompanyRoll NoPackage/annumNo. of boysNo.of girlsTotal
1IBM10NE1A05333.4 L101
2CTS10NE1A0549,10NE1A0551,10NE1A05043.5 L213
3MAINTEC10NE1A0508,10NE1A0547,1.8 L202
Total No. of Companies:-3
Total No. of Students Selected:- 6

Best Faculty Awards

S.No Name Of The Faculty Designation Year Of Award
1 Mr. M.C.P.Saheb Asst.Prof. 2015-2016
2 Mr. M. Srikanth Yadav Assoc.Prof. 2014-2015
3 Mr. T. Narendra Babu Asst.Prof. 2012-2013
4 Mr. B. Ramesh Asst. Prof 2011-2012
5 Mr. Y. Kiran Babu Asst.Prof. 2011-2012
6 Mr. M.V.Pavan Kumar Assoc. Prof 2010-2011

GATE/SLET/NET Qualified Faculty

S.No Name Of The Faculty Achievement
1 Mr. B. Ramesh GATE
2 Mr. Y. Kiran Babu GATE
3 Mr. T. Narendra Babu GATE, SLET
4 Mrs. K. Gayatri GATE
5 Mr. T. Srinivasarao GATE

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Alumni Student Feedback

Parent Name Feedback
A.Ramakrishna Father of A.Hemanth (2015 Passed out Student) Thanks to excellent teachers and the college management providing infrastructure support. I am more happy with my child's alround development at the college.
A.Koteswara Rao Father of A.Anusha Sai (2014 Passed out Student) I am happy about the training provided to my child to complete in competitive exams as well as to get job to have career growth.
G.Chinnabbai Father of G.Brahmaiah (2015 Passed out Student) The college authority has created a very caring environment for the students to grow well and good planned. The college involves parents as much as possible.
S.No Best Practice
1 Co-operative learning is facilitated through project work, on-the-spot study
2 The courses have been diversified with new combinations of subjects. The performance assessment and feedback from students have become regular features.
3 Deputing the faculty for participation in faculty development programmes(FDP)
4 Honoring of Best Teacher
5 Conducts training classes from second year onwards for Good practice
6 Participating in extracurricular activities in the department level
7 Facilitate the process of experience based teaching-learning by practising and enhancing trainers' professional skills.
8 Conduct group discussions to the students
9 To introduce greater flexibility in the curriculum by giving more freedom of choice to learners to design their own combination of studies
10 Developing self-confidence and self-reliance to face various competitive and other professional examinations and thereby to provide greater opportunities for employment
11 To make quality education accessible to all including the under-privileged with a thrust on holistic development of learners, irrespective of caste and creed
12 Encouragement to the faculty who gives the best employee referrals
13 Announcement of rewards for GATE qualifier students
14 Competitions in student design, technical paper writing and presentation.
15 The great demand of the rural based students for the attention of the staff to copeup with their studies.
16 Requiring sound knowledge of technology development
17 Creation of awareness on the need for research to update the knowledge of the students and the staff at international standards
18 Creating an interest in research in students through individual or group research projects as part of their syllabus
19 The management extends co-operation to the staff to go IITs and NITs for paper presentation and send proposals to UGC to avail travel grant.
20 Rewards of teachers are based on their achievements in research