INFORMATION SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

(UG Program NBA Accredited for the period 1.7.2019 to 30.06.2022)

INFORMATION SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING


Introduction

The department of Information Science and Engineering established in the year 1999 with an objective of producing high-qualified Professionals in the field of Information Science and Engineering. The department started with intake of 40 students and intake was enhanced to 60 in the year 2001 and to 120 seats in the year 2007.

Department of Information Science & Engineering has 22 teaching faculty members with various specializations in computer science, out of which three are Ph.D. holders and eight are pursuing Ph.D. The faculty has been publishing research papers in refereed journals and in conference proceedings. Some of our faculties are involved in institutional level activities. The Department has state-of-the-art infrastructure and computing equipment. The department faculties encourage students to take up MOOC based online courses in NPTEL. The co-curricular & extra-curricular activities bring out the best in student and many of them have represented the university and won awards. The department handles EDUSAT, distance-learning programmes of the university and Campus networking of the institution.


Vision

  • To be recognized as a centre of excellence in the field of Information Science and Engineering for education, research and entrepreneurial skills with a vision of building creative and dynamic IT professionals to meet global challenges.

Mission

  • Impart quality education, training and competence in information science domain through best-in class faculty and facilities.

  • Inspire a zest into students for open discussions, debates and sharing ideas in the department.

  • Inculcating the students to pursue career in higher studies and research.

# Program Educational Objectives
PEO - 1 Design, develop and solve engineering problems related to IT field.
PEO - 2 Pursue careers in industry, academic and in the field of Research & Development.
PEO - 3 Meet the growing challenges of cutting edge technologies and social needs.

# Program Specific Outcomes
PSO - 1 Ability to understand and analyse the Information technology problems.
PSO - 2 Design and develop solutions for computational problems using software.

# Program Outcomes
PO - 1 Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO - 2 Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO - 3 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.
PO - 4 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.
PO - 5 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.
PO - 6 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.
PO - 7 Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO - 8 Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO - 9 Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO - 10 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.
PO - 11 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.
PO - 12 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.

Department Advisory Board/Committee

. The department Academic advisory committee comprises HOD, senior faculties, two external academician, two members from industry, alumni member and student members. The goal of Department Advisory Board (DBA) is creating a bridge between industry and academics, considering the latest requirements of the industry and incorporating necessary components in the curriculum as much as possible.

# NAME WITH DESIGNATION CATEGORY
1 Dr. Jyothi K, Professor & HOD ,Department of Information Science and Engineering, JNNCE, Shimoga. e-mail: jyothik@jnnce.ac.in- Ph No: 8722723730 Academician
2 Dr. Prabhudeva S, Professor , Department of Information Science and Engineering, JNNCE, Shimoga. e-mail: prabhudev@jnnce.ac.in , Ph No: 9901041890 Academician
3 Mr. Raghavendra R .J, Associate Professor , Department of Information Science and Engineering, JNNCE, Shimoga. e-mail: raghavendra.r.j@jnnce.ac.in -Ph No: 9900999488 Academician
4 Mr. Sayed Aftab Ahamed, Assistant Professor, Department of Information Science and Engineering, JNNCE, Shimoga. e-mail: afis037@jnnce.ac.in Ph No: 9986117135 Academician
5 Dr. S M Dilipkumar, Professor, Department of Computer Science Engineering, UVCE , K R circle , Bangalore 560001, Email:dilipkumarsm@gmail.com Ph:7899760966, Academician
6 Dr. Srinivas Desai, Associate Professor, School of Computer Science, KLE Technological University, Hubballi-580031, e-mail: sd_deasai@kletech.ac.in, Ph No:9845275066 Academician
7 Mrs. Rashmi Suryanarayan, Centre Head- Shimoga, Delivery head- Manufacturing & Logistics domain Xchanging, a CSC Company, e-mail: Rashmi.Suryanarayana@asia.xchanging.com, Ph No: 9916471234 Industry
8 Mr. Anup D Rao, Senior Solution Integrator, Ericsson Bangalore, Karnataka. e-mail: anupdrao@gmail.com Ph No: 9844016916 Industry
9 Mr. Jayanth K L, Sr.EDI Consultant, IBM India Software Labs, Manyata Embassy Business Park, Bangalore , Email: jayanthkl@gmail.com - Ph:9964621414 Alumni
10 Mr. Pramod B K, Final Year Student, Department of Information Science and Engineering, JNNCE, Shimoga. e-mail: pramod17298@gmail.com, Ph No:9482029321 Student
11 Ms. Pallavi P, Pre Final Year Student, Department of Information Science and Engineering, JNNCE, Shimoga. e-mail: pallavip@gmail.com , Ph No:9886347870 Student

Program Assessment Committee–

PAC is constituted to assess the academic process of the program. The following are the roles of the Program Assessment Committee:
1. Contribute in the Teaching Learning Process of the program
2. Suggest the additional assessment techniques other than CIE
3. Verify the course and program attainment process


PAC Committee Members:

Dr.Jyothi K, Professor & HOD, Department of ISE, JNNCE, Shimoga.
Dr.Prabhudeva S, Professor, Department of ISE, JNNCE, Shimoga.
Mr. H K Pradeep, Assoc. Professor, Department of ISE, JNNCE, Shimoga.
Mr. Sayed AftabAhamed, Asst. Professor, Department of ISE, JNNCE, Shimoga.
Mrs. G V Sowmya, Asst. Professor, Department of ISE, JNNCE, Shimoga.
Mr. M Pavan, Asst. Professor, Department of ISE, JNNCE, Shimoga.
Mr. Girish Mantha, Asst. Professor, Department of ISE, JNNCE, Shimoga.

Details on Lab facilities

# Name of the Laboratory Equipment Details
1 ISE-LAB1
70.56 Sq.mt.
HP Elite Desktop: Core i5@3.20Ghz, 4 GB RAM,350Gb HDD), PROCOM ON-LINE UPS 7.5 KVA/120V, LCD Sharp DLP Projector,Canon Laser Printer(01)
2 ISE-LAB2
91.25 Sq.mt.
Acer Desktop:Corei5@3.20Ghz,4 GB RAM,500Gb HDD,5 KVA UPS, LED Casio Projector.
3 ISE-LAB3
84 Sq.mt.
HP System: I7 DT CI7 / 4GB RAM / 1 TB HDD/, 18.5" MONITOR, PROCOM ON-LINE UPS 10 KVA/120V, LED Casio Projector
4 ISE-LAB4
67 Sq.mt.
Acer System :DTAPG312DIM/C2D Intel Core 2 duo 3ghz 2GB DDR RAM/ 160GB SATA, PROCOM ON-LINE UPS 10 KVA/120V, LED Casio Projector
5 Project Lab Acer Desktop: I3-2120 (3.30 Ghz)/500 GB HDD 4 GB RAM

Classroom:

Department has six spacious classrooms with adequate seating capacity. Each classroom is equipped with Computer system, LED/LCD Projector with screen facility for Audio/ Visual purpose.

Department Library:

The department library has required curriculum textbooks. Project and seminar reports

Seminar/Auditorium facility:

Well-equipped seminar hall with 80+ seating arrangement is exclusively available for our department use.




Teaching Faculty

SL. NO


NAME

QUALIFICATION

DESIGNATION

DOJ

EXPERIENCE

NATURE OF ASSOCIATION

PROFILE

EMAIL-ID

1

Dr.Sanjeev Kunte R

B.E(CSE) M.Tech (CSE) Ph.D.(Information Security, Pattern Recognition and Image Processing)

Professor and Head

22

Regular

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sanjeevkunte@jnnce.ac.in
hod_ise@jnnce.ac

2

Dr. Jyothi. K

B.E(CSE), M.Tech (CSE), Ph.D.(Computer Vision & Pattern Recognition)

Professor

28.06.2004

22

Regular

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jyothik@jnnce.ac.in

3

H. K. Pradeep

B.E(E&C), M.Tech(CS&E)

Associate Professor

01.08.1990

30

Regular

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pradeep.hk@jnnce.ac.in

4

Rashmi. R

B.E(CSE,) M.Tech (CSE)

Associate Professor

23.04.2001

19

Regular

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rashmiinduraj@jnnce.ac.in

5

Raghavendra. R. J

B.E(CSE) , M.Sc (Engg) by Research(Ph.D)

Associate Professor

22.10.1998

22

Regular

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raghavendra.r.j@jnnce.ac.in,

6

Samara Mubeen

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

Assistant  Professor

15.10.1998

22

Regular

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samaramubeen@jnnce.ac.in

7

Vishwas. C. G. M

B.E(CSE), M.Tech (C S & E) (Ph.D)

Assistant  Professor

01.09.2003

17

Regular

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vishawascgm@jnnce.ac.in

8

G V Sowmya

B.E(E&C), M.Tech(NIE) (Ph.D)

Assistant  Professor

07.08.2006

17

Regular

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gvsowmya@jnnce.ac.in

9

Sudeep Manohar

B.E(ISE), M.Tech (C S & E) (Ph.D)

Assistant  Professor

01.02.2019

14

Regular

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sudeepmanohar@jnnce.ac.in

10

Sayed Aftab Ahamed

B.E.(ISE), M.Tech.(CSE)

Assistant  Professor

01.08.2008

13

Regular

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AFIS037@jnnce.ac.in

11

Sathyanarayana. K. B.

B.E(CSE), M.Tech (NIE)

Assistant  Professor

13.08.2008

12

Regular

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sathyanarayanakb@jnnce.ac.in

12

Akshay. M. J

B.E.(ISE), M.Tech(CSE)

Assistant  Professor

03.08.2009

11

Regular

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akshaymj@jnnce.ac.in

13

Pavan. M

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

Assistant  Professor

07.09.2009

10

Regular

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pmadhvesh@jnnce.ac.in

14

Sharath Kumar. S. R

B.E.(CSE), M.Tech (CSE)

Assistant  Professor

05.02.2010

10

Regular

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sharathkumarsr@jnnce.ac.in

15

Pavan Kumar. M. P.

B.E.(ISE), M.Sc. (Engg.) (Ph.D)

Assistant  Professor

02.08.2010

11

Regular

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pavankumarmp@jnnce.ac.in

16

Chethan G. S.

B.E(E&C), M.Tech (NIE) (Ph.D)

Assistant  Professor

02.08.2010

10

Regular

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chethan.gs@jnnce.ac.in

17

Suchethana. H. C

B.E.(CSE), M.Tech (CSE)

Assistant  Professor

02.08.2010

12

Regular

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suchethanahc@jnnce.ac.in,

18

Prathima. L

B.E.(ISE), M.Tech (CSE)

Assistant  Professor

06.08.2010

10

Regular

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lprathima5787@jnnce.ac.in

19

Deepa. V. B

AMIE(CSE), M.Tech (CSE) (Ph.D)

Assistant  Professor

23.09.2010

10

Regular

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jnndvb@jnnce.ac.in

20

Girish Mantha

B.E.(ISE), M.Tech (CSE)

Assistant  Professor

25.09.2009

14

Regular

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girish.mantha@jnnce.ac.in

21

Arun Kumar. P

B.E.(CSE), M.Tech (CSE)

Assistant  Professor

20.04.2012

10

Regular

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arunkumarp@jnnce.ac.in

Technical Staff

# NAME QUALIFICATION DESIGNATION EXP IN YRS Email ID
1 Usha B. S MCA Instructor (Jr. Sc.) 15 usha.b@jnnce.ac.in
2 Anil Kumar B Sc Instructor (Jr. Sc.) 13 shimogaanil@jnnce.ac.in
3 Pavan V D Dip.CSE Instructor (Jr. Sc.) 10 pavanvd@jnnce.ac.in
4 Raghavendra K Dip.CSE Asst. Instructor 10 ragenigs@jnnce.ac.in
5 PallaviBaliga J P Dip.CSE Asst. Instructor 10 pallavibaliga@jnnce.ac.in

Supporting Staff

# NAME DESIGNATION EXP IN YRS
1 Beerappa N Lab Assistant 26
2 Yuvaraja D Y Attender (Sr. Sc.) 20

Name of the forum

INSIGHT

Office bearers

Mrs. Rashmi R and Mr. Arun Kumar P

Scope & objectives:

Creating platform for students to exhibit their curricular and extra-curricular talent by conducting various activities under department forum INSIGHT. This will inculcate communication, teamwork, courage, presentation skills and leadership qualities in the students.

Activities carried out and photo gallery
INSIGHT - Click here to View
Kaushalya Deepa 2018-19 - Click here to View
Kaushalya Deepa 2017-18 - Click here to View

Dept Forum Newsletter/Magazine

Sl. No.

Name of the Newsletter

Periodicity

Editorial board

Publisher

Student Name

USN

 1

KaushalyaDeepa

Yearly

(2016-17)

Krishna Kumar H N

4JN13IS047

Department of ISE, JNNCE

N S SwarnaNadig

4JN13IS054

Arshad Khan Afridi

4JN13IS026

Archana J V 

4JN13IS021

Deepa Shankar

4JN13IS038

Jhanavi B M

4JN13IS045

Nagaraj Hegde

4JN13IS055

2

KaushalyaDeepa

Yearly

(2017-18)

ShashankGUpadhya,

4JN14IS093

Department of ISE, JNNCE

Sharadhi M A

4JN14IS092

Prajna N H

4JN14IS066

Pranathi K R

4JN14IS070

3

KaushalyaDeepa

Yearly

(2018-19)

Prajna Suresh

4JN15IS065

Department of ISE, JNNCE

Samartha H M

4JN17IS075

N G Anudeep Bhat

4JN17IS113

Megha S P

4JN15IS065

 

List of Meritorious awards

Parent of our student Late Arpitha S, yearly sponsoring cash prizes of Rs.5000/- for toppers of 3rd year students.

 

Product/Solutions Development :

Sl.

No

Title

Name and USN of Project Team

Guide

1

NES Online Admission Software

4JN14IS093-Shashank G Upadhya

4JN14IS092- Sharadhi M A

4JN14IS084- Ravichandra T S

4JN13IS120- Bhagyashree Kasal

4JN14IS097- Shwetha B J

Mr. Pradeep  H K

Mr. Sathyanarayana. K. B.

2

Registration and event management software for PJD-Chiranthana

4JN14IS092 - Sharadhi M A

4JN14IS093-Shashank G Upadhya

4JN14IS084- Ravichandra T S

4JN13IS120- Bhagyashree Kasal

4JN14IS097- Shwetha B J

Mr. Pradeep  H K

Mr.Sathyanarayana. K. B.

3

College Electricity Bill

4JN14IS093- Shashank G Upadhya

 

Mr. Pradeep  H K

Mr. Sathyanarayana. K. B.

4

Kamala Nehru College Hostel Mess Bill Generation

4JN14IS093- Shashank G Upadhya

4JN16IS096- Shreenidhi M R

Mr. Pradeep  H K

Mr. Sathyanarayana. K. B.

5

National Public School website

4JN15IS024 - Gagana B S

Mr. Pavankumar M P

Mr. Pavan V D

 

Best Projects selected for project Exhibition in 2018-19:

Sl. No

Students Name

Title

Guide

Area

1

AMULYA H N

Drip Irrigation Based On Soil Moistrure Using  IOT

Mr. Akshay M.J

IOT

ANCHITHA K R

NISCHITHA A C

PRIYA SATISH

2

ANANYA M D

Internet Of Things (IOT) Based Smart Poultry Forming

Mr. Sudeep Manohar

IOT

ANJU G D

SHREYA N

SINCHANA T S

3

ANVITHA K S

Remote Patient Monitoring System Using IoT And Android

Mrs.Samara Mubeen

IOT

BHUMIKA B R

HASAN ABDULKARIM SHAIKH

KAVYA M S

4

CHAITHRA M NAYAK

Human Action Recognition using Machine Learning Techniques

Mr. Pavan M

Machine Learning

HARSHITHA K V

NIVEDITHA PATIL

NIVEDITHA T B

Best Projects selected for project Exhibition in 2017-18:

Sl. No

Students Name

Title

Guide

Area

1

Manoj Kumar K M

GPS Based drone for Land surveying

Mr. Sharath Kumar S. R. & Dr. Kiran M

Wireless Sensor Networks

Chinakuruli V Nagabharana

Pavana D

Ramya Nadig

2

Shashank G Upadhya

Intelligent voice activated home automation

Mr. H. K. Pradeep

Analytics using Python(IOT)

Sharadhi M A

Ravichandra T S

Bhagyashree Kasal

3

Bhargavi B C

Automatic smart Parking System

Mr. C. V. Suresh

Networking

Spoorthi R M

Shravya L

Rachana R

4

Ashwini M

Classification of Arecanut

Dr. Jyothi K.

Image Processing

Pranathi K.R

Pragna N.H

Jashwini N J

5

Aparna J.N

Face Anti Spoofing Patch and Depth based CNN’s.

Mr. Raghavendra R. J.

Image Processing

Arpitha N

Chaitra .B.V

Anusha Ramanagoudra

Best Projects in 2016-17:

Sl. No

Students Name

Title

Guide

Area

1

Krishna kumar

Diabetic Retinopathy for Eye Image

Mr. C.V. Suresh

Image processing

Arshad Khan afridi

Chethan k

Anusha K J

2

Rachana S

Detection of Selfish Node using Game Theory for better Network Performance

Mrs. Samara Mubeen

Networking

Amrutha S.K.

Meghana M.B.

Chandana P

3

Sharath A

Green House Monitoring and controlling using Android application

Mr. Sathyanarayana. K. B.

Embedded System

Sourabh P Hegde

Amith N

T M Sachin

 

 

 

Best Projects 2015-16:

Sl. No

Students Name

Title

Guide

Area

1

Pooja N

Perceptive Quadcopter for Auto Navigation

Dr. Kiran M

Embedded System

Vibha P

Vidyashree A M

2

Akshay Kamath

Adaptive Pheromone Decay in ANT Colony Optimization for WSN's

Mr.Vishwas C G M

Networking

Anusha Revankar

Gowri S Murthy

Meril Priya Furtado

3

Namitha M N

Brain Tumor Extraction using MRI Images

Dr. Jyothi K

Image Processing

Neha P L

Neha S Naik

Priyadarshini S R

 

Research Initiatives

Department has two research guides under their guidance 6 research scholars are registered in Research Centre of Computer Science & Engineering Department. Research scholars are encouraged to take up inter disciplinary research in various domains like cryptography, Image Processing, Reliability and Security Modelling.

Research scholar Pursuing Ph.D under Department Research Guides.

# GUIDE NAME RESEARCH SCHOLAR RESEARCH TOPIC UNIVERSITY & YR STATUS
1 Dr.Prabhudeva S Mr. Shivanna K, GMIT, Davangere Data Security VTU / 2013 Comprehensive viva completed
2 Dr.Prabhudeva S Mrs. Ganavi M, JNNCE, Shivamogga Data Security VTU / 2014 Comprehensive viva completed
3 Dr.Prabhudeva S Mr. Hemanth, ALVAS, Moodbidre Data Security VTU / 2014 Comprehensive viva completed
4 Dr. Jyothi K Mrs. Shirole Rashmi Prakashrao, NMAMIT, Nitte Data Security VTU / 2017 Course work completed
5 Dr. Jyothi K Mrs. Deepa, NMAMIT, Nitte Computer Vision VTU / 2017 Course work completed
6 Dr. Jyothi K Mr. M Pavan, JNNCE, Shivamogga Computer Vision VTU / 2019 Registered

Research scholar Pursuing Ph.D under Department Research Guides.

2016-17
# PROJECT TITLE DURATION FUNDING AGENCY AMOUNT IN Rs
1 Arogya Mitra 1year NAIN (Batch 2) 2,40,000
2 Smart Plant Manager 1year NAIN (Batch 2) 2,90,000
2015-16
# PROJECT TITLE DURATION FUNDING AGENCY AMOUNT IN Rs
3 Arecadrone 1year NAIN (Batch 1) 41,849
4 A Smart Helmet for Two Wheelers An Intelligent Safety Helmet for Motorcyclist 1year NAIN (Batch 1) 49,500
5 I - Machine Diagnostic System 1year NAIN (Batch 1) 1,45,000

List of Product development

Sl. No

Topic

Name of Students

Guide(s) name

Area of Project

Outreach

Year

1

“NES Online admission Software”

Shashank G Upadhya, 

Ravi chandra , Sharadhi M A, BhagyashreeKasal and Shwetha B

Mr. Pradeep H.K. 

Mr.  Sathyanarayana. K. B.

Web Technologies

Used in NES online Counseling for 1st PU Colleges

2017

2

“Registration and event management software for PJD-CHIRANTHANA”

Shashank G Upadhya, 

Ravi chandra, Sharadhi M A, BhagyashreeKasal and Shwetha B

Mr. Pradeep H.K. &

Mr. Sathyanarayana. K. B.

Web Technologies

Used in event registration of CHIRANTHANA PJD.

2017

3

College Electricity Bill

Shashank G Upadhya, 

Ravi chandra, Sharadhi M A, BhagyashreeKasal and Shwetha B 

Mr. Sathyanarayana. K. B.

 

Web Technologies

Used in E&E dept.

2018

4

Kamala Nehru College Hostel Mess Bill Generation

Shashank G Upadhya, Sreenidhi M.R 

Mr. Sathyanarayana. K. B.

 

Web Technologies

Under progress

2018

5

National Public School website

Gagana B S, Rachana S,

Riya R Jain, 

Soujanya M S

Mr. Pavan V D

Web Technologies

School Website

2017

 

Industry Institute Interaction: Department has signed MoU’s with following companies

1. Amphisoftpvt. Ltd. Mysuru, providing “E-BOX Tool” for the 1st year students to learn programming ability.Technical support is provided during conduction of regular laboratory to improve learning level of students.
2. ODC UTC Solutions, Pune.
3. Silfra Technologies, Bengaluru
4. Qualitas Technologies, Bengaluru

Placement Details

Department of Information Science & Engineering has consistent and excellent placement record since its inception. The graduates of ISE department are placed across leading software companies like TCS, Infosys, Wipro, EVIVE Health, SocieteGenerale, Tech Mahindra, SLK Softwares and many more. The students also opt for higher studies in abroad and entrepreneurship. The students are prepared for placements by offering project based curriculum and personality development programs. A brief overview of UG placement statistics is as given below:

Yearwise Placement Details

Year 2017-18 2016-17 2015-16

No. of Students Eligible

77

90

108

No. of Students Placed

56

57

73

Higher Studies

5

5

4

Entrepreneur

0

1

2

 

Events, Seminars, FDPs & STTPs

Department conducts many workshops and seminars for students and faculties to enrich their knowledge in emerging areas. The details are available in below link.

Events and Seminars 2016-17-Click Here

Events and Seminars 2017-18-Click Here

Events and Seminars 2018-19-Click Here

Events and Seminars -Click Here

Innovations by the Faculty in Teaching and Learning

Sources

Links

Teaching Resource Materials

https://drive.google.com/drive/u/1/folders/16rVQO-qetRHMEbxy8IDeLe1WxIvxYD0C

Innovative Teaching Learning methods

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1aZa9xfHgBIhSVrBRUiSPjXbyTsEZg1ZG?usp=sharing

RolePlay on basics of Microprocessor by Chethan GS

https://youtu.be/fUXbNzmW7iI

RolePlayMachine Learning on Credit card Fraud Detection by Chethan GS

https://youtu.be/o-h_aZETjx0

RolePlay on SMTP computer networks by Sowmya GV

https://youtu.be/atMXCkjYh_k

Subject notes and ppt

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0Bw_GaEc5sfu-V2REQmtjc2lnUk0

Distinguished Alumni and entrepreneur

# Name of the Student Enrollment No Company Name

1

Naveen Kumar H P

4JN13IS118

ThynkRyt Solutions Shimoga

2

Nikhil Pai

4JN12IS062

OSTM Solutions Private Ltd, Hubli

3

Sannlingappala Puttamallappa Akash

4JN13IS400

Blue Eye Technology, Bhadravathi

4

Biswadeep Mohanty,

Batch: 1999-2003

Functional Consultant, Global Compliance Programs - Financial Crimes Risk Assessment at Western Union

5

Manuel Kantharaj,

Batch: 1999-2003

Solution Architect, Scania CV AB, Sweden

6

Yashavanth K

Batch: 2002-2006

Senior Innovation Lab Architect, Wawanessa Mutual Insurance, 191 Broadway, Winnipeg, Canada

7

Ganesh L D,

Batch: 1999-2003

Embedded Systems Architect , Sema Connect, Bengaluru


Publications

Details of Publication

Dr. Prabhudeva S

1

Hemanth Kumar N P and Prabhudeva S, “Security and Privacy preservation on Cloud-based Big Data Analysis (CBDA): A Review”, Foundation of Computer Science FCS, New York, USA, Vol. 6, No. 1, Oct 2016, pp35-42.

2

Shivanna K and Prabhudeva S, ”A Reliable Authentication with Graphical Password for Cloud Data”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication Engineering (IJARCCE), Vol. 5, Issue No.2, Oct 2016, pp1-5.

3

Raja H P and Prabhudeva S, “ Routing Improvements in Wireless Mesh Networks by using ARS Technique”, International Journal for Scientific Research and Development (IJSRD),Vol.3, Issue 03, 2015, pp2420-2422.

4

Suhas D and Prabhudeva S, “Enhancing the Lifespan and Energy Efficiency of Wireless Sensor Network Using Clustering and Routing Protocol”, International Journal for Scientific Research and Development (IJSRD),Vol. 3, Issue 03, 2015, pp1999-2001.

5

Megha K and Prabhudeva S, “ Location Based Energy Efficient Routing Protocol using ALERT in MANETs”,  International Journal for Scientific Research and Development (IJSRD),Vol.3, Issue 03, 2015, pp1958-1960.

6

Nitin Chandra S P and Prabhudeva S, “ A Security Based Unobservable Routing Protocol using USOR in MANNETs”,  International Journal for Scientific Research and Development (IJSRD),Vol.3, Issue 03, 2015, pp1955-1957.

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RanjanVenugopal and Prabhudeva S, “Reliable and Energy Efficient Reactive Routing for Industrial wireless Sensor Networks (IWSN)” International Journal for Scientific Research and Development (IJSRD),Vol.3, Issue 03, 2015, pp1684-1686.

8

Rakesh Patil M S and Prabhudeva S, “Node Auto Configuration in MANETs using Filter based Addressing Protocol”, International Journal of Innovative Research and Development (IJIRD), Volume 3, Issue 6, June 2014, pp.491-497.

9

Srikanth T N and Prabhudeva S, “Explicit study on security issues in multimedia streaming in peer to peer network”, International Journal of Computer  Engineering and Technology (IJCET),Volume 3, Issue 2, July- September, 2012, pp. 588-602.

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S Prabhudeva, A K Verma, A Srividya, and Gopica Vinod, “Reliability analysis of dynamic fault tree models using fuzzy sets”, International Journal of Dependability Quality and Maintainability, Volume 9, issue 4, pp68-78, 2006.

11

S. Prabhudeva and A.K Verma, “Coverage modeling and reliability analysis using multistate function”, International Journal of Automation and Computing, Volume 4, pp380-387, 2007.

12

Ganavi M and Prabhudeva S, “A secure Data Transmission using modified RSA and Random Pixel replacement Steganography”, IEEE international conference on current trend towards converging Technologies (ICCTCT 2018) Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India. 01-03, March 2018.

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Shivanna K and Prabhudeva S, “Privacy Preservation in Cloud Computing with Double Encryption Method”, International conference on  soft computing, Intelligent systems and applications by Springer, Bangalore, 08 April 2016.

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S. Prabhudeva, A. K Verma and A. Srividya, “A case study on uncertainty analysis of fuzzy parameters using fuzzy fault tree”, National Conference on Mathematical Modeling and their Applications - OPTIMA, New Delhi, 28-29th April 2007.

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S. Prabhudeva, A. K Verma, A. Srividya and Gopica Vinod, “Comparative study on several PAND gate models and fuzzification of these using fuzzy reliability theory”, International Conference on Quality, Reliability and Infocom Technology - ICQRIT, New Delhi, Dec 2-4, 2006.

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S. Prabhudeva, A. K Verma, A. Srividya and Gopica Vinod, “Comparative studies of various solution techniques for dynamic fault tree analysis of computer based systems”, International Conference on Reliability, Safety and Hazard-ICRESH05, December1-3, 2005, Mumbai, India, pp255-261, NarosaPublishing house.

Dr. Jyothi K

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N Rashmi, Jyothi K, “A Variable Sample Selection Technique for Audio Steganography Re-consiliated with RC4 Cryptography”, International Conference on Communication and Information Processing (ICCIP-2019), Elsevier-SSRN, January 2019, DOI:  10.2139/ssm.3416481.

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N Rashmi, Jyothi K, “An improved method for reversible data hiding steganography combined with cryptography”, IEEE Xplore,  2018 2nd International Conference on Inventive Systems and Control (ICISC),19-20 Jan. 2018. DOI: 10.1109/ICISC.2018.8398946 

3

Deepa, K Jyothi, “A robust and efficient pre processing techniques for stereo images”, IEEE Xplore, 2017 International Conference on Electrical, Electronics, Communication, Computer, and Optimization Techniques (ICEECCOT),15-16 Dec. 2017.

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Jyothi K, Prabhkar C J, “Fusion of Intensity Image and Stereo Depth Map for Face Recognition based On Curvelet Transform”, International Journal of Intelligence Systems, vol. 3 , Issue.1, pages 41-48, March 2014

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Jyothi K, Prabhkar C J, “Multi modal Face Recognition Using Block Based Curvelet Features”, International Journal of Computer Graphics and   Animation (IJCGA) Vol.4, No.2, pages 21-37,April 2014.

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Jyothi K, Prabhkar C J, “Adaptive Support Weight Based Stereo Correspondence algorithm for Face Images”, International Conference on Emerging Research in Electronics, Computer Science and Technology (ICERECT ), Springer LNEE  , Vol. 248, pages 479-485,2014

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Jyothi K, Prabhkar C J, ”Shearlet Based Multi resolution Analysis of 2D and 3D Face Images for Multimodal Recognition”, Second International Conference on Emerging Research in Computing, Information, Communication and Applications (ERCICA-14).

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Jyothi K, Prabhkar C J, “Multimodal Face Recognition from Depth and Intensity Curvelet Features”,     Multimedia Processing, Communication and Information Technology (MPCIT), ACEEE digital library, pages 125-130, 2013

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Jyothi K, Prabhkar C J,  “Segment Based Stereo Correspondence of Face Images using Wavelets”, Fourth International Conference on Signal and Image Processing 2012 (ICSIP 2012), Springer LNEE, vol.222, pages 79-89, 2013

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Jyothi K, Prabhkar C J, “A Wavelet-Based Multiresolution Approach to Stereo Matching of Face Images”,  IEEE International Conference on Advanced Communication Control and Computing Technologies (ICACCCT),  IEEE Xplore, pages 344-348, 2012.

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Prabhakar C J, Jyothi K, “A Self Adaptability based Stereo Correspondence of Face Images using   Wavelets”,International Journal of Computer Applications, Pages 17-20, April 2012.

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Prabhkar C J, Jyothi K,” 3D Sparse Reconstruction Technique Based on Stereo Rectification for Face Images”, International conference on emerging Trends in Engineering 2011 (ICETE-11) held at NMIT, Nitte

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Jyothi K, Nagaraj, “Comparison of earliest deadline first and least laxity first task scheduling algorithms in fault tolerant RTS”, National Level Conference TANTRAGNANA- 2008,  pp 33-36, 2008

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Nirmala Shivanand, Jyothi K, “Fault Tolerant Scheduling in Hard Real Time Systems” Published in the proceedings of Asia Pacific Conference on Distributed Systems, Vellor,T.N December-2004.

Mr. Raghavendra R J

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Raghavendra R J ,Dr. R Sanjeev Kunte,“Face Spoofing detection using Machine Learning Approach”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering, IJIRCCE, Vol. 7, Issue 1, January 2019. ISSN (Online): 2320-9801 ISSN (Print) : 2320-9798 , DOI: 10.15680/IJIRCCE.2019. 0701008.

Mrs. SamaraMubeen

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Samara Mubeen, “Isolating Selfish Nodes and Analyzing Performance of Ad-Hoc Network Using Perfect Information Game Theory”, International Journal of Knowledge Based Computer Systems December 2018. Volume 6 Issue 2. ISSN 2321-5623.

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Samara Mubeen, Srinath N.K. and SubramanyaK.N, “Double Securing from Hackers in B2B E-commerce”, I.J. Information Technology and Computer Science, 2016, 01, 67-73 DOI:10.5815/ijitcs.2016.01.08.

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Samara Mubeen, K.N. Subramanya, N.K. Srinath, “Game Theoretic Approach for Selection of Retailers in B2B E-Commerce”, IEEE Xplore, 2017 2nd International Conference on Computational Systems and Information Technology for Sustainable Solution (CSITSS), 21-23 Dec. 2017,DOI: 10.1109/CSITSS.2017.8447639.

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Samara Mubeen, K.N. Subramanya, N.K. Srinath, ”Performance analysis of e-supply chain using M/M/1 queue in business to business”, vol.4, issue 4, IJLTET: International Journal of Latest Trends in Engineering and Technology

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Samara Mubeen, K.N. Subramanya, N.K. Srinath, “Stabilizing the network in presence of agents using flow  graph and shapely value in B2B E commerce”,Internation journal of Innovations in Engineerig and Technology,Vol. 4 Issue 1 June 2014

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Samara Mubeen, K.N. Subramanya, N.K. Srinath, ”Selection of supplier in B2B E-commerce using work flow petri net”,International Journal of Managing Value and Supply Chains, Vol.5, No. 3, September 2014

7

Nikithashree N S, Manjunath M, Samara Mubeen, “Research and Development Trend of Cloud Computing”,Proceedings of National Conference on Advanced Computer Applications NCACA 2012

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Samara Mubeen, N K Srinath, K.N.Subramanya published a paper on “Framework Model of Business To Business using Computational Models” at one day National Conference on “e-Business” NATCON 2015 organised by SR Luthra Institute of Management, Surat on 21st February 2015.

Mrs. G.V Sowmya

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G V Sowmya, Kiran M, “Baud rate based multi hop routing algorithm for WSN”, Springer, 3rd International Conference on Optical and Wireless Technologies March 16-17, 2019 (Accepted).

Mr. Sayed AftabAhamed

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Pavan.M , Sayed AftabAhamed, “Face Recognition using Local Texture Feature”, IJCEA, VOL:12,Issue:1 Jan 2018, ISSN:2321-3469. 

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Pavan.M , Sayed AftabAhamed, “Face Recognition using Local Binary Pattern”, National Conference on Computational Science and Soft Computing- NCCSSC, December 2017.

Mr. M Pavan

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Pavan.M , Sayed AftabAhamed, “Face Recognition using Local Texture Feature”, IJCEA, VOL:12,Issue:1 Jan 2018, ISSN:2321-3469. 

2

Pavan.M , Sayed AftabAhamed, “Face Recognition using Local Binary Pattern”, National Conference on Computational Science and Soft Computing- NCCSSC, December 2017.

Mr.Chethan G S

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G. S. Chethan, S. Vinay, “Virtual Map –based approach to Optimize storage and perform Analytical Operation on Educational Big Data”, Springer, International Conference on Emerging Research in Electronics, Computer Science and Technology – ICERECT-2018,  Online ISBN978-981-13-5802-9,  Print ISBN978-981-13-5801-2,  DOI: 10.1007/978-981-13-5802-9_37.

Mrs. Suchethana H C

1

Suchethana H C,“VISUAL CRYPTOGRAPHY AND ITS CHALLENGES”, International Journal of Computer Engineering and Applications, Volume XII, Issue I, Jan. 2018, ISSN 2321-3469.

Mrs. Deepa V B

1

Deepa V B, M B Ushadevi ,“Adapting TFMCC protocol in PIM-DM for avoiding congestion control in wired multicast”, IJCSE, Volume 6, Issue 9 Sep 2018.  E-ISSN 2347-2693.

2

Deepa V B and Ushadevi M B, “Efficient adaptation of fuzzy controller for smooth sending rate to avoid congestion in multicast networks”, IJCSIT, Volume 10, Issue 6, December 2018. ISSN(online) 0975-3826, ISSN (print) 0975-4660.

3

Deepa V B, M B Ushadevi, “Computation of Maximum flow using preflow push algorithm in PIM-DM wireless multicast  Network”, IJCSITR, VOL:5 Issue: 1 March  2017, ISSN :2348-1196.

4

Deepa V B, M B Ushadevi, “Computation of shortest path using Network simplest algorithm in wireless multicast Network”, IJCSITR, VOL:4 Issue:4, Oct-Dec 2016, ISSN :2348-1196.

 

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