D.K.M College For Women

( AUTONOMOUS )

Vellore - 1

Affiliated To Thiruvalluvar University

NAAC REACCREDITED

Admission Help Line Numbers

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Department of Computer Science / கணினி அறிவியல்

Department of Computer Science

 
Year of Establishment
B.Sc(Computer Science)
:
1998
BCA(Computer Application)
:
1999
M.Sc(Computer Science)
:
2006
M.Phil(Computer Science)
:
2011
Ph.D(Computer Science)
:
2021
Scope of the Course

The overall objectives of the Department are encapsulated in the objectives of the courses it offers. To provide a strong foundation in computer, with a clear technology focus. To help the student gain expertise in current information technology areas, primarily web and Communication technologies, without compromising on core fundamental. To enable all round development of the student, her personality and attitudes.

Department Highlights
  • Conducts State level Inter Collegiate Symposium “TECH FEST” every year.
  • We invite resource persons from IT industry to deliver seminar on latest trends & academia for programs.
  • Updated curriculum with an interdisciplinary exposure.
  • Produces more than 85% of results for every year.
  • Non-Major Subjects offered by our department.
1. Information Technology 2. Internet and Its Applications
  • Skill-Based Subjects offered are
1. HTML Programming 2. TALLY 3. UNIX Shell Programming 4. Multimedia
  • Teaching Skill-Based Subjects as a Practical Oriented subject.
  • We offered good opportunities for our UG and PG Students in our College itself.
Teaching Methodology
  • Teaching methods include seminars, group work, lab work and theory sessions. There is a special focus on the practical aspects supplemented by a strong grounding in fundamental learning.
  • A well-researched & sound theoretical curriculum and its practical application to the work place are vital components of all DKMWC’s Programmes.
Course Highlights
  • Revised and updated curriculum.
  • Compulsory group projects done within the college premises to improve their programming skills, communication skills and also helps them to realize the importance of teamwork.
Placement Details
  1. Infosys, Bangalore
  2. Wipro Technologies, Chennai
  3. ICICI, Vellore
  4. Nokia, Sriperambathur
  5. C.A. Abdul Hakeem Engineering & VIT
  6. Technology college, Melvisharam
  7. CTS
  8. POLARIS
  9. TCS
  10. TATA
  11. AIG
Project To motivate the research activities in the minds of students, the following numbers of projects are undertaken by our students.
Course 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014
UG - - 186 135 143 181
PG 24 12 3 19 22 26

Others The department plans to conduct On-line courses. Company Visit Educational Tour To spread more computer awareness in the campus

Department of Computer Science

Program Objective
Upon successful completion of a major in computer sciences, students will be able to:
  1. Demonstrate proficiency in problem-solving techniques using the computer
  2. Demonstrate proficiency in various high-level programming languages and operating systems
  3. Demonstrate proficiency in the analysis of complex problems and the synthesis of solutions to those problems
  4. Demonstrate comprehension of modern software engineering principles
  5. Demonstrate a breadth and depth of knowledge in the discipline of computer science
Programme Educational Objectives
  1. Graduates will have skills and knowledge to excel in their professional career in Computer Science and its related disciplines.
  2. Graduates will be ethically and socially responsible solution providers in Computer Science.
  3. Graduates will successfully pursue higher education in reputed institutions
4.Graduates  work effectively in a variety of contexts using various languages, systems and environments.

5.Graduates Continue to  independently learn and master new tools of the profession.
Programme Outcomes
The Computer Science Department's Bachelor of  Computer Science program must enable students to attain, by the time of graduation:
  1. An ability to apply knowledge of computing and mathematics appropriate to the discipline.
  2. An ability to identify, formulate, and develop solutions to computational challenges.
  3. An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computational system to meet desired needs within realistic constraints.
  4. An ability to function effectively on teams to accomplish shared computing design, evaluation, or implementation goals.
  5. An understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security, and social issues and responsibilities for the computing profession.
  6. An ability to communicate and engage effectively with diverse stakeholders.
  7. An ability to analyze impacts of computing on individuals, organizations, and society.
  8. Recognition of the need for and ability to engage in continuing professional development.
  9. An ability to use appropriate techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing practice.
  10. An ability to apply mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles, and computer science theory in the modeling and design of computational systems in a way that demonstrates comprehension of the tradeoffs involved in design choices.
Programme Specific Outcomes
  1. 1.An ability to apply knowledge of computing and mathematics appropriate to computer science
  2. An ability to analyze a problem, and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution
  3. An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system, process, components, or program to meet desired needs
  4. An ability to function effectively on teams to accomplish a common goal
  5. 5.An understanding of professional, ethical , legal, security and social issues, and responsibilities
  6. An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences
  7. An ability to analyze the local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizations and society
  8. Recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in continuing professional development
  9. 9.An ability to use current techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing practice
  10. An ability to apply mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles, and computer science theory in the modeling and design of computer-based systems in a way that demonstrates comprehension of the tradeoffs involved in design choices.

DEPARTMENT OF B.Sc., COMPUTER SCIENCE

SEMESTER - I

SN O PART COURSE TITLE In s/ H rs Cr edi t Title of the paper Syllabus
1 I Language Paper – 1 6 4 Language View
2 II English Paper – 1 6 4 Foundation English – I View
3 III Core(T) Paper – 1 7 4 Digital Logic and Programming in C View
4 III Core Practical Practical 1 3 3 Programming in C View
5 III Allied Paper – 1 6 5 Mathematics I
6 IV EVS 2 2 EVS View

SEMESTER - II

SN O PART COURSE TITLE   In s/ H rs Cr edi t Title of the paper Syllabus
7 I Language Paper-2 6 4 Tamil-II View
8 II English Paper - 2 4 4 Foundation English – II View
9 III Core(T) Paper - 2 6 4 C++ and Data Structure View
10 III Core practical Practical-2 3 3 C++ and Data Structure View
11 III Allied Paper - 2 6 5 Mathematics II
12 III VE 3 2 VE View
13 IV Soft skill 2 1 Soft skill for Linguistic Communication View

SEMESTER - III

SN O PART COURSE TITLE In s/ H rs Cr edi t Title of the paper Syllabus
14 I Language Paper – 3 6 4 Tamil-III View
15 II English Paper – 3 6 4 Foundation English – III View
16 III Core(T) Paper – 3 5 4 Visual Programming and DBMS View
17 III Core Practical Practical – 3 3 3 Visual Programming and DBMS View
18 III Allied Paper – 3 6 5 Statistical Methods and their applications View
19 IV Skilled Based Practical 1 2 2 Open Source Software View
20 IV Non major Paper – 1 2 2 Introduction to Information Technology View

SEMESTER - IV

SN O PART COURSE TITLE In s/ H rs Cr edi t Title of the paper Syllabus
21 I Language Paper – 4 6 4 Tamil-IV View
22 II English Paper – 4 6 4 Foundation English –IV View
23 III Core(T) Paper – 4 5 4 ASP.NET View
24 III Core practical Practical – 4 3 3 ASP.NET View
25 III Allied Paper – 4 6 5 Statistical Methods and their applications View
26 III Skill based Practical – 2 2 2 Microprocessor View
27 IV Non – Major Paper – 2 2 2 Internet and its Applications View

SEMESTER - V

SN O PART COURSE TITLE In s/ H rs Cr edi t Title of the paper Syllabus
28 III Core (T) Paper – 5 6 4 Advanced Java Programming View
29 III Core (T) Paper – 6 6 4 Programming with Python View
30 III Core practical Practical – 5 3 3 Advanced Java Programming View
31 III Core practical Practical – 6 3 3 Programming with Python View
32 III Elective- I Paper – 1 5 3 1.Operating System 2. Computer Graphics View
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33 III Elective – II Paper – 2 5 3 1. Data Communication and Networking. 2. Digital Image Processing View
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34 IV Skill Based Practical –3 2 2 Operating System Lab View

SEMESTER - VI

SN O PART COURSE TITLE In s/ H rs Cr edi t Title of the paper Syllabus
35 III Core (T) Paper – 7 6 4 Android Programming View
36 III Core (T) Paper – 8 6 4 Cloud Computing View
37 III Core practical Practical–7 3 3 Android Programming View
38 III Core practical Practical–8 3 3 Cloud Computing View
39 III Elective III Paper – 3 5 3 1.Software Engineering 2.E – Commerce View
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40 III Elective IV Paper – 4 5 3 1. Design and analysis of Algorithms 2.Data Analytics View
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41 IV Skill Based Practical-4 2 2 Multimedia View
42 Extension activity 3
/Mini Project during summer vocation with an extra credit = 2

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

 

Program Objective
Upon successful completion of a major in COMPUTER APPLICATIONS, students will be able to:
  1. Understand, analyze and develop computer programs in the areas related to algorithm, web design and networking for efficient design of computer based system
  2. Demonstrate proficiency in various high-level programming languages and operating systems
  3. Demonstrate proficiency in the analysis of complex problems and the synthesis of solutions to those problems
  4. Apply standard software engineering practices and strategies in software project development using open source programming environment to deliver a quality of product for business success.
  5. Demonstrate a breadth and depth of knowledge in the discipline of computer science
Programme Educational Objectives
  1. Broadly Educated and Versatile. Able to draw upon foundational knowledge, learn, adapt and successfully bring to bear analytical and computational approaches on changing societal and technological challenges.
  2. Inspiring and Collaborative. Is a leader and a responsible citizen whose strengths come from an ability to draw on and contribute to diverse teams, expertise, and experiences.
  3. Drives scientific and societal advancement through technological innovation and entrepreneurship.
  4. Is and remains engaged with the University of Colorado, the state of Colorado, and technical and scientific professional communities.
  5. Social growth: To continue a lifelong professional development in computing that contributes in self and social growth.
Programme Outcomes
The Computer Science Department's Bachelor of Computer Applications program must enable students to attain, by the time of graduation:
  1. An ability to apply knowledge of computing and mathematics appropriate to the discipline.
  2. An ability to identify, formulate, and develop solutions to computational challenges.
  3. An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computational system to meet desired needs within realistic constraints.
  4. An ability to function effectively on teams to accomplish shared computing design, evaluation, or implementation goals.
  5. An understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security, and social issues and responsibilities for the computing profession.
  6. An ability to communicate and engage effectively with diverse stakeholders.
  7. An ability to analyze impacts of computing on individuals, organizations, and society.
  8. Recognition of the need for and ability to engage in continuing professional development.
  9. An ability to use appropriate techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing practice.
  10. An ability to apply mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles, and computer science theory in the modeling and design of computational systems in a way that demonstrates comprehension of the tradeoffs involved in design choices.
  11. An ability to apply design and development principles in the construction of software systems of varying complexity.
Programme Specific Outcomes
  1. Equip themselves to potentially rich & employable field of computer applications
  2. Puruse higher studies in the area of Computer Science/Applications.
  3. Take up self-employment in Indian & global software market.
  4. Meet the requirements of the Industrial standards.
  5. Recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in continuing professional development
  6. An ability to use current techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing practice
  7. An ability to apply mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles, and computer science theory in the modeling and design of computer-based systems in a way that demonstrates comprehension of the tradeoffs involved in design choices.
  8. An ability to function effectively on teams to accomplish a common goal
  9. An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system, process, components, or program to meet desired needs
  10. An ability to apply knowledge of computing and mathematics/ accounting appropriate to computer science

DEPARTMENT OF B.C.A, COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

with effect from 2019-2020 CBCS PATTERN 

The course of study and scheme of Examination

SEMESTER- I

S.NO PART COURSE TITLE INS/HRS CREDIT TITLE OF THE PAPER SYLLABUS
1 I Language Paper-1 6 4 Language View
2 II English Paper-1 6 4 Foundation English-I View
3 III Core (T) Paper-1 7 4 Digital Logic and Programming in C View
4 III Core (Practical) Practical-1 3 3 Programming in C View
5 III Allied Paper-1 6 5 Accounting for Business-1 View
6 IV EVS 2 2 Environmental studies View

SEMESTER - II

S.NO PART COURSE TITLE INS/HRS CREDIT TITLE OF THE PAPER SYLLABUS
7 I Language Paper-2 6 4 Language View
8 II English Paper-2 4 4 Foundation English-II View
9 III Core(T) Paper-2 6 4 C++ and Data Structure View
10 III Core practical Practical-2 3 3 C++ and Data Structure View
11 III Allied Paper-2 6 5 Accounting for Business-II
12 IV VE 3 2 VE View
13 IV Soft skill 2 1 Soft skill for linguistic communication View

SEMESTER - III

S.NO PART COURSE TITLE INS/HRS CREDIT TITLE OF THE PAPER SYLLABUS
14 II Core (T) Paper-3 6 4 Mathematical Foundation
15 III Core (T) Paper-4 6 4 Visual Programming and DBMS View
16 III Core Practical Practical-3 3 3 Visual Programming and DBMS View
17 III Allied Paper-3 6 5 Cost Accounting
18 III Elective I Paper-1 5 3 1.  Data Mining and Data Warehousing 2.             System Security View View
19 IV Skill Based Practical 1 2 2 Open Source Software View
20 IV Non major Paper-1 2 2 Introduction to Information Technology View

SEMESTER IV

S.N O PART COURSE TITLE INS/HRS CREDIT TITLE OF THE PAPER SYLLABUS
21 III Core (T) Paper-5 6 4 Resource Management Techniques
22 III Core (T) Paper-6 6 4 ASP .Net View
23 III Core Practical Practical-4 3 3 ASP .Net View
24 III Allied Paper-4 6 5 Management Accounting
25 III Elective II Paper-2 5 3 1.Computer Graphics 2.E-Commerce View
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26 IV Skill based Practical-2 2 2 Tally View
27 IV   Non-Major Paper-2 2 2 Internet and its Applications View
Internship training programme during summer vacation with an extra credit = 1

SEMESTER V

S.NO PART COURSE TITLE INS/HRS CREDIT TITLE OF THE PAPER SYLLABUS
28 III Core (T) Paper-7 6 4 Advanced Java Programming View
29 III Core (T) Paper-8 6 4 Programming with Python View
30 III Core (T) Paper-9 6 4 Operating System View
31 III Core Practical Practical-5 3 3 Advanced Java Programming View
32 III Core Practical Practical 6 3 3 Programming  with Python View
33 III Elective-III Paper-3 4 3 1. Data Communication and Networking 2. Digital Image Processing View
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34 IV Skill Based practical-3 2 2 Operating System Lab View

SEMESTER VI

S.N O PART COURSE TITLE INS/HRS CREDIT TITLE OF THE PAPER SYLLABUS
35 III Core (T) Paper-10 6 4 Android Programming View
36 III Core (T) Paper-11 6 4 Cloud Computing View
37 III Core (T) Paper-12 6 4 Design and Analysis of algorithm View
38 III Core practical Practical-7 3 3 Android Programming View
39 III Core Practical Practical 8 3 3 Cloud Computing View
40 III Elective IV Paper - 4 4 3 1.Software Engineering 2. Data Analytics View
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41 IV Skill Based Practical-4 2 2 Multimedia View
42 V Extension activity - 3
Mini project during summer vacation with an extra credit=2

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE

M.Sc., COMPUTER SCIENCE

Program Objective

Upon successful completion of a major in computer sciences, students will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate proficiency in problem-solving techniques using the computer
  2. Demonstrate proficiency in various high-level programming languages and operating systems
  3. Demonstrate proficiency in the analysis of complex problems and the synthesis of solutions to those problems
  4. Demonstrate comprehension of modern software engineering principles
  5. Demonstrate a breadth and depth of knowledge in the discipline of computer science
Programme Educational Objectives
  1. Inspiring and Collaborative. Is a leader and a responsible citizen whose strengths come from an ability to draw on and contribute to diverse teams, expertise, and experiences.
  2. Drives scientific and societal advancement through technological innovation and entrepreneurship.
  3. Is and remains engaged with the University of Colorado, the state of Colorado, and technical and scientific professional communities.
  4. Versatile. Able to draw upon foundational knowledge, learn, adapt and successfully bring to bear analytical and computational approaches on changing societal and technological challenges.
  5. Social growth: To continue a lifelong professional development in computing that contributes in self and social growth.
Programme Outcomes

On completion of M.Sc(Computer Science) degree, the graduates will be able to:

  1. Apply the knowledge of mathematics and computing fundamentals to various real life applications for any given requirement
  2. Design and develop applications to analyze and solve all computer science related problems
  3. Design applications for any desired needs with appropriate considerations for any specific need on societal and environmental aspects
  4. Analyze and review literatures to invoke the research skills to design, interpret and make inferences from the resulting  data
  5. Integrate and apply efficiently the contemporary IT tools to all  computer applications
  6. Solve and work with a professional context pertaining to ethics, social, cultural and cyber regulations
  7. Involve in perennial learning for a continued career development and progress as a computer professional
  8. Function effectively both as a team leader and team member on multi disciplinary projects to demonstrate computing and management skills
  9. Communicate effectively and present technical information in oral and written reports
  10. Utilize the computing knowledge efficiently in projects with concern for societal, environmental, and cultural aspects
  11. Function competently as an individual and as a leader in multidisciplinary projects
  12. Create and design innovative methodologies to solve complex problems for the betterment of the society
  13. Apply the inherent skills with  absolute focus to function as an successful entrepreneur
Programme Specific Outcomes
  1. An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs.
  2. An ability to function effectively on teams to accomplish a common goal.
  3. An understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and
  4. An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences.
  5. An ability to analyze the local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizations, and society.
  6. Recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in continuing professional development. ability to use current techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing practice.
  7. .An ability to use current techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing practice
  8. Recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in continuing professional development
  9. Develop ability to learn and develop projects with function modules in different programming Languages

SEMESTER - I

S.NO PART COURSE TITLE INS/HRS CREDIT TITLE OF THE PAPER SYLLABUS
1 III Core(T) Paper-1 6 4 Enterprise Java Programming View
2 III Core(T) Paper-2 6 4 Linux Shell Programming View
3 III Core(T) Paper-3 6 4 Formal Languages and Automata theory View
4 III Elective-I Paper-1 6 5 1.  BigData View
2.  Distributed Computing View
 3.Computer Architecture and Parallel Processing View
5 III Core practical Practical-1 3 3 Enterprise Java programming View
6 III Core practical Practical-2 3 3 Linux Shell Programming View
Self Study Paper: R Programming during 1st Semester with extra Credit = 2

SEMESTER -II

S.NO PART COURSE TITLE INS/HRS CREDIT TITLE OF THE PAPER SYLLABUS
7 III Core(T) Paper-4 6 4 JSP and Servlet Programming View
8 III Core(T) Paper-5 6 4 Advanced Database Management System View
9 III Core(T) Paper-6 5 4 Principles of Compiler Design View
10 III Core practical` Practical-3 3 3 JSP and Servlet Programming View
11 III Core practical Practical-4 3 3 Advanced Database Management System View
12 III Compulsory paper Paper 2 2 Human Rights
13 III Elective Paper-2 5 5 1.   Computer Network View
2.   Object Oriented Analysis & Design View
3.   Multimedia View
Online Course during 2nd Semester extra credit = 2 Internship Training and Project during summer vocation

SEMESTER - III

S.NO PART COURSE TITLE INS/HRS CREDIT TITLE OF THE PAPER SYLLABUS
14 III Core(T) Paper-7 5 4 Enterprise Application using C# View
15 III Core(T) Paper-8 5 4 Mobile Computing View
16 III Core(T) Paper-9 5 4 Machine Learning and Python Programmimg View
17 III Core(P) Practical 5 3 3 Enterprise Application using C# View
18 III Core(P) Practical 6 3 3 Mobile Computing and Python View
19 III Elective Paper-3 5 5 1.  Internet of Things View
2.  Software Testing View
3.  Embedded System View
20 III Core Mini Project 4 4 Mini Project
Self Study Paper: Robotics during 3rd semester with an extra credit = 2

SEMESTER - IV

S.NO PART COURSE TITLE INS/HRS CREDIT TITLE OF THE PAPER SYLLABUS
21 III Elective Paper-4 5 5 Cryptography and Network Security View
22 III Core Major Project 25 10 Project with VivaVoce
LAB
  • Number of Labs : 6
  • Number of Systems : 250
  • Well Furnished Lab
  • Sophisticated Lab with AC
  • Networking facilities With Wi-Fi
  • Laptop with Projectors
  • Scanner
  • Printer(Laser, Inkjet,Dotmatrix)
SOFTWARE
  • Python
  • NetBean
  • Servlet
  • C & C++
  • Visual Programming
  • Java
  • Tally
  • Microprocessor
  • Advanced Java Programming
  • JSP
  • ASP
  • VC++
  • C#
  • .NET
  • Multimedia
  • Dream weaver
  • MX Flash
  • Net Bean
PACKAGES
  • Latex
  • Tally
  • MS Office
OPERATING SYSTEM
  • Android Operating System
  • Unix Operating System
  • Linux Operating System
  • Windows Operating System (95, 98,XP,NT)
  • MSDOS
WEB SERVERS
  • Tomcat
  • WAMP
  • IIS
DATABASE
  • ORACLE
  • PL/SQL
  • My SQL
  • MS Access
 

Unaided

Name Staffcode Designation View Profiles
Mrs. G. SANGEETHA LAKSHMI 308CSUA01 Assistant Professor & Head Click Here
Mrs.B. ARULMOZHI 308CSUA02 Assistant Professor & Head Click Here
Mrs. S.SHANTHI 308CSUA03 Assistant Professor Click Here
Mrs. R. BHUVANESWARI 308CSUA04 Assistant Professor Click Here
Dr.R. HAMSAVENI 308CSUA05 Assistant Professor Click Here
Mrs. S.KALAISELVI 308CSUA06 Assistant Professor Click Here
Mrs. R.NANDHINI 308CSUA07 Assistant Professor Click Here
Mrs.P. SHOBANA 308CSUA08 Assistant Professor Click Here
Mrs.R. SIVAGAMI 308CSUA09 Assistant Professor Click Here
Mrs. S. ANITHA 308CSUA10 Assistant Professor Click Here
Mrs. M. MANJU 308CSUA11 Assistant Professor Click Here
Mrs. J. VELVIZHI 308CSUA12 Assistant Professor Click Here
Mrs. P.VASUGI 308CSUA13 Assistant Professor Click Here
Mrs. R.DIVYA 308CSUA14 Assistant Professor Click Here
Dr.M.VASUMATHY 308CSUA15 Assistant Professor Click Here
Re-leaved Staff
Name STAFF CODE Designation View Profiles
Dr.S. THARANI - Assistant Professor Click Here
Mrs. M.MARIA MADHANA - Assistant Professor Click Here

2020-2021

S.No. Name of the Programme   Date of the Programme Title/Topic Report  
1. National level -E-Poster presentation “POSTA PREZENTO’20” 30-05-2020 To 06-06-2020 1. Information Technology – Boonto Society . 2.SaveEnvironment View
2. National Level E-DebuggingQuiz 03.06.2020 To 05.06.2020 PYTHON View
3. National Level E-Quiz 08.06.2020 To 12.06.2020 E-QuizContestMela OnC++, DataStruture,Bigdata, DLF,DBMS,OperatingSystem,Software Engineering,Theory ofComputation View
4. National level E-paperpresentation “PAPELSCRIBO ‘2O” 09-06-2020 To 18.06.2020 1. Data Scienceand Analytics. 2. Virtual Reality. 3. Robotics and Control. View
5. National level E-Marketing “MARKKINOINTI’20” 12-06-2020 To 21-06-2020 1. Smart Camera. 2. Magic Pen. 3. Powerful sunglasses. View
6. National level E-PhotoCollage contest 15.06.2020 to 21.06.2020 “Environment Before AndAfter Covid19”&Use OfArtificialIntelligentTool InManagingCovid 19” View
7. National level GeneralQuiz”TIMI QUIZ’20” 15.06.2020 to 09-07-2020 GeneralConcepts. View

2019-2020

S.No. Name of the Programme   Date of the Programme Title/Topic Report  
1. Association meeting 09.08.2019 Recent Trends in IT View
2. Workshop 28.08.2019 “Cloud computing” View
3. State level Seminar 03.09.2019 “Overview on Data Mining and open-source Analytics tool” View
4. National level technical Symposium tech fest’20 20.02.2020 "Current It Industrial Expectations & Trends and Opportunities in Machine Learning" View
5. Online Faculty Development Program 06.05.2020 To 09.05.2020 “Data Science Using Python and R Programming” View
6. E-Quiz 18.05.2020 To 28.05.2020 “CEREBRO QUIZ ‘20” on Technical Concepts View
7. E-Survey 30.05.2020 General Awareness, Mental State, and Academic Anxiety among Female Students Due To COVID-19 View

2018-2019

S.No. Name of the Programme   Date of the Programme Title/Topic Report  
1. Association Meet ‘19 06.09.2018 Current Initiatives of Online Learning in India View
2. National level one day technical workshop 04.10.2018 Cloud Based Artificial Intelligence View
3. Guest Lecture Programme 07.01.2019 Machine Learning View
4.  National level technical Symposium tech fest’19 31.01.2019 a) Safety and security for women in cyberspace b) Wireless communication View
5. Exhibition 18.03.2019 Exhi Vaganza’19 View

2017-2018

S.No. Name of the Programme   Date of the Programme Title/Topic Report  
1. Association Meet 12.07.2017 Information and Communication Technology View
2. State Level Exhibition 27.09.2017 Exhi Vaganza’17 View
3. One Day Workshop 21.12.2017 Python and R Programming View
4. Guest Lecture 22.08.2017 Artificial Neural Network View
5. State Level Technical Symposium 31.01. 2018 a)Recent in IT Trends b)Humanoid Robot View

2016-2017

S.No. Name of the Programme   Date of the Programme Title/Topic Report  
1. Association Meet 24.08.2016 Data Mining in Health care View
2. Guest Lecture 30.09.2016 Android JSP & Servlet Programming View
3. State Level Colloquium 01.02.2017 Awareness on Big Data and Software Testing View
4. State Level Technical Symposium 16.02.2017 Recent Trends in IT and Case Tools with Hands on Session View