MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS



Introduction

Anticipating the impending boom in the IT industry, the MCA department was started in the year 1995. Structured courses with special emphasis on advanced topics such as DBMS, Software Engineering, Computer Graphics and Multimedia applications, prepare prospective IT professionals to the challenges of the future. The drive behind the department is the dedication and commitment of a highly qualified & experienced faculty supported by excellent infrastructure facilities with high-tech labs resulting in excellent university results every year. Several national and international research papers and books have been Published by the faculty members.
Professional external training agency provide exclusive Soft Skill training programme for each student in every semester to improve their skill set such as analytical & technical aptitude, professional skills, communication skills and interview skills. Student mentor scheme/counseling system ensures adequate monitoring and guidance of student's academic and non academic performance and their progress. Campus interviews from reputed Multinational Companies are arranged for placements. MCA Forum of the department provide platform for professional activities and interaction between current and old students during Alumni meets to share their industry expectations and experiences.

Vision

  • To emerge as a centre of excellence for imparting quality computer education to serve the society and industry as professionals, researchers and entrepreneurs with high ethical values.

Mission

  • Enable students to be creative and knowledgeable by using innovative teaching methodology for developing smart computing solutions.
  • Produce highly competent professionals by providing technical and soft skill training program to bridge the gap between the institution and industry.
  • Imbibe ethical values among students to become socially committed professionals, researchers and entrepreneurs

# Program Outcomes

PO - 1

Apply knowledge of computing fundamentals, mathematical skills and domain knowledge for the conceptualization of computing models.

PO - 2

Identify, formulate and solve complex computing problems using fundamental principles of Mathematics, Computing Sciences, research literature and relevant domain disciplines.

PO - 3

Design and evaluate solutions for complex computing systems to meet specified needs  for public health and safety, cultural societal and environmental considerations.

PO - 4

Apply research based knowledge and research methods in the design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data for the synthesis of information to provide better conclusions.

PO - 5

Create, select, adopt and apply appropriate computing tools, techniques, resources for solving complex problems and lifelong learning.

PO - 6

Understand and commit to professional computing practice and ethics for societal, environmental, legal and cultural issues with consequential and professional responsibilities.

PO - 7

Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the computing and management principles to lead projects and team in multidisciplinary environments.

PO - 8

Communicate effectively in a team and society to comprehend, write effective reports, design documentation and make effective presentations both as an individual and leader.

PO - 9

Identify a timely opportunity and using innovation to pursue that opportunity to create value and wealth for the betterment of the individual and society at large.

# Program Specific Outcomes : -
Engineering Graduates will be able to:
PSO - 1 Equip MCA graduates with ability to become quality software engineers and entrepreneurs in the IT industry
PSO - 2 MCA graduates will have ability to become researcher /academicians for the betterment of the society

# Program Educational Objectives : -
The Graduates will be able to:
PEO - 1 Apply computing knowledge and best software engineering practices for the development of computer applications.
PEO - 2 Design creative solutions in a team work using programming and effective communication skills to solve the challenging problems in the society
PEO - 3 Exhibit professionalism and ethics in their career with social and human values.

  1. Dr Prabhudeva S, Head, Dept of MCA, JNNCE.

  2. Dr. Prema Sudha B G, Professor, Siddaganga Institute of Technology, Tumkūr, Karnataka.
  3. C Srikanth, Head, Dept of MBA, JNNCE.

  4. Prashanth Jayaram, Alumni, Service Delivery Manager, Cognizant Technology Solutions, USA.

  5. Koushik V Sem MCA

  6. Bhavya V Sem MCA

  7. Raghupathi S, Proprietor Step In Technologies Shivamogga.

Program Assessment Committee

  1. Dr. Prabhdeva S , Head,Dept of MCA, JNNCE.
  2. Sunitha G P, Associate Professor, Dept. of MCA, JNNCE.
  3. Hemanth Kumar, Asst.Prof, Dept.of MCA, JNNCE
  4. Srikrishna S, Alumni, Program Manager, Hexaware Technologies, Bangalore.

# Laboratory Name Equipped with Area in m2

1.       

LAB01

Computer -36

Server (IBM) -01

LCD projector with whiteboard/Screen -01 Printer-01

98.74 Sq.mts

2.       

LAB02

Computer -55

Server (IBM) -0, LCD projector with whiteboard/Screen -01 Printer-01

159.65 Sq.mts

3.       

CCC-LAB

Computer -39

Server (IBM) -01

Printer-01

186.9Sq.mts

  • Class room

There are 04 classrooms in the department to conduct the classes and all of the class rooms are equipped with LCD projectors and internet through LAN connections.  In view of ICT the following teaching aids have been managed by the Department.

  • PPT presentation based on the curriculum
  • Instructor material from the publisher
  • Student material from the publisher.
  • Dept Library
Details Number

Details

Number

Department Library

900

E-BOOKS

NIL

Reports

250(Students Report)

Syllabus

VTU (2010,2013,2016 Scheme)

Question Papers

VTU (2010,2013,2016 Scheme)

  • Additional lab facilities

      Internet facility, LCD projector is provided

  • Seminar/Auditorium facility

             200 Seating AC Auditorium with sound proof acoustics with all ICT & technical requirements.

# NAME QUALIFICATION & SPECIALIZATION DESIG. EXP YRS Email-Id
1 Dr. Prabhudeva S BE CSE, MS, PhD IITB, Mumbai Director and HOD 30 prabhudev@jnnce.ac.in
hod_mca@jnnce.ac.in
2 Mr. Santhosh. S. G. B.Sc. MCA, Associate Prof. 20 santhoshsgrao@jnnce.ac.in
3 Mrs. Sandhya. R. B.Sc. M.Sc, M.Phil Associate Prof. 22 sandhya_r@jnnce.ac.in
4 Mrs. Sunitha. G. P. B.Sc. M.C.A. M. Tech., (Ph.D). Associate Prof. 20 sunithagpise@jnnce.ac.in
5 Dr. Raghavendra. S. P. B.Sc. M.C.A. Ph.D., KSET Asst. Prof. 15 raghusp@jnnce.ac.in
6 Mr. Hemanth Kumar B.Sc. M.Sc., (Ph.D.) Asst. Prof. 13 hemanthkumar@jnnce.ac.in
7 Mr. Manjunatha. H. T. B.Sc. M.C.A. (Ph.D). Asst. Prof. 09 manjudeepa@jnnce.ac.in
8 Mr. Arunkumar. K. L B.Sc. M.C.A. (Ph.D). Asst. Prof. 9 arunkumarkl@jnnce.ac.in
9 Mr. Adarsh J. Mahendrakar B.Com., M.C.A. Asst. Prof. 14 adarshmj@jnnce.ac.in
10 Mr. Prashant Ankalkoti B. Sc., M.C.A. Asst. Prof. 9 prashantsa@jnnce.ac.in

# Name Qualification Designation Exp. (in yrs) Email id

1

Mr. Sudhir Nadig

M.Sc(IT)

Instructor

14

nadig.sudhi@jnnce.ac.in

2

Mr. Suresh G N

Dip(CS)

Instructor

13

suresharundi@jnnce.ac.in

# Name Qualification Designation Exp. (in yrs) Email id

1

Mr. Nagaraja A U

PUC

Peon

12

nagarajau@jnnce.ac.in

Publications :

  1. Hemanth Kumar, S M Dilip Kumar and Sunitha G P, Optimal Multipath Routing using BFS for Wireless Sensor Networks, Journal of Network Communications and Emerging Technologies (JNCET), EverScience Publications, Vol. 7, Issue 3, No. 6, March 2017, pp. 22-29, ISSN: 2395-5317
  2. Prashant Ankalkoti, Ramakrishna B B, Dr, Shrinavsa Mayya D, A Survey on New Load Based Active Queue Management Mechanisms, Future Computing, Narosa Publishing House, ISBN : 978-81-8487-2712, 2014
  3. Prashant Ankalkoti, Ramakrishna B B, International Journal of Electrical Engineering & Informatics, Comparative Study on New AQM Mechanisms for Congestion Control, ISSN : 2089-3272 Vol.1 No.3 September 2013.
  4. SP Raghavendra and Ajit Danti,  A Novel Recognition of Indian Cheques Using Feed Forward Neural Network, Computational Intelligence in Data Mining—Volume 2, ICCIDM15, ISSN 2194-5357 Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing ISBN 978-81-322-2729-8 DOI 10.1007/978-81-322-2731-1.
  5. SP Raghavendra and Ajit Danti,  A Novel Recognition of Indian Bank Cheques based  on Invariant Geometrical Features, IEEE CONFERENCE ITACT15, ISBN:978-1-5090-1887-1.

Items 2018-19 2017-18 2016-17 2015-16 2014-15

Total Strength

62

61

110

60

120

Eligible Students

15

12

18

10

20

Obtained Job

12

1

6

3

3

Placement %

80

8.33

33.33

30

15



Placement Statistics Year 2019

# Name Company Package(in lakh) Selection

1

Chandana R

TCS

3.5 LPA

On Campus

2

Ramya R

TCS

3.5 LPA

On Campus

3

Aishwarya N G

QSpiders

Free Training

On Campus

4

Darshini N R

QSpiders

Free Training

On Campus

5

Nishath Fathima S K

QSpiders

Free Training

On Campus

6

Karthik Y P

Tyfone

4 LPA

Off Campus

7

Spoorthi S

Thomson Reuters

4.5 LPA

Off Campus

8

Harish K M Gowda

Riversilica

2.2 LPA

Off Campus

9

Rajshekar Gowda S

Produit  Solutions

2.4 LPA

Off Campus

10

Darshan S

Thomson Reuters

3.6 LPA

Off Campus

11

Md Azmath Thulla

Produit  Solutions

2.4 LPA

Off Campus

12

Pooja R

Produit  Solutions

2.4 LPA

Off Campus

13

Gagan Kumar B B

B T Group

1.80LPA

Off Campus

14

Hidayath Ulla B S

Mahat Innovations

2.4 PLA

On Campus(FromDept)

15

Shadab Pasha

Mahat Innovations

2.4 PLA

On Campus(FromDept)

16

Harish Gowda

reverse silk tech.,

1.8PLA

Off Campus

  • Dr Raghavendra S P, Assistant professor of the department  obtained Doctorate degree  in Image processing & Pattern Recognition.
  • Natyashree K Selvam and Ms.Sarja Chinmayee, students of MCA participated in Natyanjali Dance Festival held at Chidambaram, TamilNadu, on the occasion of Mahashivarathri and attended International Dance Festival at Indonesia and secured first place in Bharatnatyam.
  • 4th Semester MCA students have participated in an technical competition “SEMAPHORE 2019”  a South Indian level IT Fest held on 1st and 2nd March 2019, Organized by department of MCA, NMAMIT, NITTE and Mr. Koushik J G & Mr. Sachin B Patil  won first place in Cipher Chase-Treasure Hunt event

  1. Every faculty prepare their lesson plan at the beginning of the semester as per the university calendar of events
  2. Faculty use black board and PPTs in class room
  3. Video clippings are used to enhance the student’s understanding for selected topics
  4. Lab manual are provided to students during practical sessions

 Mr. Srikrishna S,

   Alumni, Program Manager, Hexaware Technologies, Bangalore.

 Mr. Prashanth Jayaram,

   Alumni, Service Delivery Manager, Cognizant Technology Solutions, USA.

 Mr. Raghupathi S,

  Proprietor, Step-In Technologies Shivamogga.

Computers

# CONFIGURATION QUANTITY
1 HCL Desktop PC's:
Intel Core Duo 2.2 Ghz processor, 945 GC Mother Board , 512 Mb Mother Board, 512 Mb DDR2 RAM, 160Gb HDD, CD ROM, 15" TFT Monitor, Mouse, KeyboardC
36
2 HCL Desktop PC's: Intel Core Duo 2.2 Ghz processor, 945 GC Mother Board , 512 Mb Mother Board, 512 Mb DDR2 RAM, 160Gb HDD, CD ROM, 15" TFT Monitor, Mouse, KeyboardC DVD writer 36
3 IBM Server:
X3400797314S Intel Xeon Quad Core 5310 processor, 1.6Ghz 8Mb L2 cache, 1056FSB 5000P Mb/1Gb Ram, 250 Gb SATA HDD, Combo drive, 15" TFT Monitor, Mouse, Keyboard
01
4 HP Elite Desktop : Core i5-630 3.2 Ghz 4 Mb cache, 32NM H57 MotherBoard, 1*320 Gb SATA HDD, 7200 RPM/ 1*2 Gb DDR3 1066 MHz RAM, 1*PS2 Kb 104 Keys, 1*PS2 Optical Mouse, 1*16 Sata DVD RAM, 1*250 Watts SMPS with cabinet, 1* Free DOS 1*MT chassis 18.5" WTPT (1366 X 768) 16
5 ACER Desktop: (i3 - LCD)
Ci3-2120 (3.30 Ghz) 500 Gb SATA HDD, 4Gb RAM/H61Mb 16 X SATA DVD RWMT 250 watts SMPS/KB 104 , Optical MOuse
10
6 Compaq V3035 TV NoteBook:
Intel core duo @ 1.73 GHz, Intel 945 chipset MBD, 512Mb DDR2 RAM, 80Gb HDD, DVD write, card reader, 14.1" Monitor
01
7 HCL Busybee:
2.66 GHz, Intel Original 915 Gv MBD 256Mb RAM, 40 Gb HDD / 1.44 FDD, Combo drive, 15" Monitor / Keyboard, Optical Mouse, speaker
02
8 ACER Desktop : (i5-LED)
ACER Desktop PC15852, C15/H61/500Gb/DVDRW, Kb, Optical Mouse , 18.5" ACER Monitors
10
9 ACER Desktop : (i3-LED)
ACER Desktop C13/H81/2GB/500GB/DVD-RW/KB/OM
10
Total 90

SHARP LCD Projectors

# CONFIGURATION QUANTITY
1 XR 105 Projector No: 608944555 01
2 DLP Projector XR-10S-L S.No: 707924388 01
3 Sharp DLP Projector XR-32S 01
4 Over Head Projector 01
5 LCD Projector XR-2005 S.No: 010911705, 010911679 02
Total 06

UPS

# CONFIGURATION QUANTITY
1 10KVA Static converter UPS System with 3 phase i/p, I phase O/p with 60 min back up 01
2 10KVA Online UPS with southers make tubular batteries 40 Nos, + 2 stands 01
Total 2

Printers

# CONFIGURATION QUANTITY
1 EPSON LQ 1150 + DMP 01
2 HP LASER 1022 02
3 CANNON LASER Printer LBP2900B 01
4 EPSON LQ 1150 (Staff Room) 01
Total 5

D-LINK Switch

# CONFIGURATION QUANTITY
1 Switch D-Link 8 port 02
2 LAN Tester 01
3 Crimping tool 01

Scanners

# CONFIGURATION QUANTITY
1 HP Scanner Scanjet 200 01

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Facilities

Library and Information Center

One of the best places in our campus that we can boast of is our Library..

Hi-Tech Auditorium

The college has well furnished A/C Auditorium, which is equipped with state-of-the-art audio visual..

Modern Class Rooms

JNNCE has well furnished lecture hall equipped with audiovisual equipment like Smartboards, Projectors etc,.

Hostel and Transport

Hostels are a home away from home. We at JNNCE provide you a decent stay and the best possible learning environment.

Well Equipped Lab/Workshops

Well equipped spacious laboratories in all the departments so that student can perform development

Sports and Cafeteria

JNNCE recognizes the importance of sports and recreation for the overall development of student's personality.