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Department of Computer Science and Engineering

About the Department

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering is a force for innovation, scientific study and impact. It was established in the year 2008 with an intake of 60 students in the year of 2008-09 and enhanced to 120 from the year 2014-15. It also offers Masters of Technology in Computer Science & Engineering with an intake of 24 students. It has consistently fulfilled its role of producing Computer Engineers ready to meet the demand of the IT world. The department has always attracted the best of engineering aspirants from all over the country.

The department has a team of highly motivated faculty members, who are in the process of tuning the young minds to make them globally competitive. Innovative methods of teaching and learning process are adopted to achieve learning abilities through practice, exposure and motivation. The department has excellent computing faculties and provides a conducive environment to promote academic excellence.

The faculty members of the department have published their technical papers in several National and International Conferences and also journals. Along with teaching, the department is actively involved in organizing various activities like faculty development programs, seminars, workshops, etc.

The department aims to establish a center of excellence in education and research to facilitate the transformation of students into competent professionals, responsible citizens and human beings.

HOD’s Message

Message from the Desk

Dr. Shrishail Math
Head of the Department

“As the Head of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, I am proud to share our relentless commitment to create an optimal learning environment. We nurture technical proficiency while emphasizing ethical values and leadership qualities, empowering our students not only to meet industry expectations but to contribute meaningfully to societal advancement. With good infrastructure and a forward-looking curriculum, we prepare our students to excel in technology companies and address future challenges. Together, we are shaping future leaders who will drive positive change.”

Vision of the Department

To become an exemplary centre for engineering education and research in the frontier areas of Computer Science and Engineering.

Mission of the Department

  • Render quality education through best teaching learning process and modern Educational tools to enable students for good careers.
  • Impart essential skills to make students industry ready and future professional Professional with social concern.
  • Provide facilities and expertise in recent computer technology to promote research and innovations.

Program Educational Objective’s (PEO’s)

  • Graduates will become software developers in diverse domains and/or pursue higher studies.
  • Graduates will process an agility to adapt to challenges in their profession.
  • Graduates exhibit leadership qualities and will be a team player.
  • Graduates will be able to communicate effectively and cultivate ethics.

Program Outcomes

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

  • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

Program Specific Outcomes

  • To apply software engineering principles and practices to design, develop and implement software solutions.
  • To use recent software tools to solve and analyse a given problem.

 

Short term Goal

  • Teach students the basic principles that underlie modern computational technology
  • Enhance students’ ability to communicate ideas clearly and concisely
  • Familiarise students with current technological trends and breakthroughs in computer science, such as machine learning
  • Help students apply their knowledge of computer science to the solutions of the problems arising in various disciplines
  • Encourage students to participate in national and international events in the field

Long term Goal

  • Transform the department and its students into a multidisciplinary stream where students can collaborate with other departments for research
  • Encourage students to take up entrepreneurship in the field
  • Widen the scope of the faculty by helping them pursue cross-discipline research topics like robotics and machine vision
  • Expand current capabilities of research centre and laboratories
  • Strive to become a centre of excellence in the discipline

 

Courses

ProgramsLeading To….DurationIntake
CSEBE4 years120

 

Class In-Charge Details

Sl.No

Semester and Section Faculty Name

Faculty Email-ID

1 3rd A Mrs.Jyothishree jyothishree@rithassan.ac.in
2 3rd B Mrs.Sushma D S ganapathiavabrath@rithassan.ac.in
3 5th A Mr. Ganapati Avabrath sushmads999@rithassan.ac.in
4 5th B Mr.Sanjay M sanjaym2612@rithassan.ac.in
5 7th A Ms.Sahana G C Sahanagc12@rithassan.ac.in
6 7th B Mrs.Monika M M monikammcse@rithassan.ac.in

INFRASTRUCTURE

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering boasts a suite of seven cutting-edge laboratories, each meticulously outfitted with an abundance of advanced systems. These labs are thoughtfully provisioned with indispensable software and hardware tools, essential for the seamless execution of diverse experiments. The faculty within the Department of Computer Science and Engineering is composed of proficient and seasoned experts, ensuring the delivery of top-tier education. Our commitment to fostering a conducive learning environment is underscored by our unwavering dedication to providing personalized attention to every student.

Department Library

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering’s library boasts an extensive repository of 350 books and information resources, reflecting our steadfast dedication to satiating the intellectual thirst of our aspiring scholars. This commitment is exemplified by the consistent addition of a substantial number of books to our library shelves.

Functioning as a central hub of academic engagement, the library plays an integral role within the Department. Our collection is a testament to our dedication, housing a wealth of more than 661 books, periodicals, and reports. Moreover, it includes a copy of every B.E. project report conducted within the department in recent years. These resources collectively address the needs of our esteemed students and faculty members, offering comprehensive support to their academic pursuits. Notably, the majority of our collection comprises the latest editions, and these resources are available for borrowing, ensuring convenient access for a specified duration.

Enriching the library experience are our proficient librarians, adept at the nuanced art of information retrieval, organization, and interpretation. Their expertise underscores our commitment to delivering a refined and efficient service, empowering all stakeholders to navigate the vast realm of knowledge seamlessly.

Laboratory Details

Web Programming Laboratory

Immerse yourself in our lab where the art of crafting static and dynamic web pages is nurtured. Acquire familiarity with a spectrum of essential skills, from Client-Side and Server-Side Programming to Active Server Pages. Delve into the intricacies of Database Connectivity for web applications, and gain invaluable exposure to Server Side Scripting through Perl and PHP programming. This comprehensive experience equips you to navigate the dynamic landscape of web development with prowess.

Database Applications Laboratory

Embark on a journey within our lab, where the cornerstone of database knowledge, technology, and practical expertise is carefully cultivated. Here, we mold students into proficient database application developers, equipped with comprehensive insights.

Through hands-on engagement, this lab offers rigorous training in SQL programming via diverse database challenges. It serves as a launchpad for crafting database applications, seamlessly integrating front-end tools and back-end Database Management Systems (DBMS).

Within this dynamic environment, students learn to construct databases enriched with a spectrum of Integrity Constraints. Mastery of SQL commands—ranging from data definition and manipulation to control and transactions—empowers students to effortlessly access data from diverse database elements. This immersive experience readies students to navigate the world of data with confidence and skill.

System Software and Operating System Laboratory

Equip students with an in-depth understanding of Compiler Design’s crucial phases—Lexical Analysis and Syntax Analysis. Through hands-on practice using LEX & YACC tools or languages like C/C++/Java, students gain practical prowess.

Navigate the intricate realm of operating systems by comprehending diverse CPU scheduling algorithms. Immerse in memory management, mastering page replacement and deadlock handling algorithms. This multifaceted learning empowers students to excel in the realm of computer science.

Computer Network Laboratory

In this lab, witness the dynamic operation and management of networks through hands-on exercises. Explore GSM and CDMA performance via simulation, delve into data link and transport layer protocols, and execute algorithms across layers, cryptography, and socket programming.Enhance your understanding by simulating diverse network topologies and LAN technologies with NS2. This immersive experience empowers you to master network intricacies, setting the stage for expertise in this evolving field.

Design & Analysis of Algorithms Laboratory

Dive into our lab to unravel diverse techniques for solving computational problems. Apply apt methods to tackle specific challenges, while exploring comprehensive algorithm analysis approaches. Gain proficiency in graph-related, backtracking, sorting, and traversal algorithms, implementing them effectively in JAVA.Furthermore, discover the art of employing diverse design strategies to solve complex problems. This experiential journey equips you with a robust toolkit for algorithmic problem-solving and design thinking.

Machine Learning Laboratory

Embark on a journey of designing and implementing machine learning concepts and algorithms using established standard datasets. Implement and showcase classification, prediction, regression, and clustering algorithms proficiently using Python. This process also fosters a comprehensive understanding of artificial neural network principles, enhancing your grasp of this transformative technology.

Computer Graphics & Visualization Laboratory

Immerse yourself in a lab that showcases fundamental algorithms through OpenGL Graphics Primitives. Experience the implementation of line drawing and clipping algorithms using OpenGL functions. Explore the realm of geometric transformations on 2D and 3D objects, fostering an in-depth comprehension. Develop and evaluate programs in C/C++ using OpenGL functions to seamlessly execute standard line clipping and polygon filling algorithms. This practical journey enriches your understanding of graphics programming.

Data Structures with C / C++ Laboratory

Experience a hands-on laboratory that empowers students to practically engage in designing, developing, implementing, analyzing, and evaluating algorithms. Delve into the asymptotic performance of algorithms, explore linear data structures like Stacks, Queues, and Lists, as well as non-linear structures including Trees and Graphs. Uncover the intricacies of sorting and searching algorithms through practical application. This immersive experience cultivates a comprehensive understanding of algorithmic complexities and data structure applications.

Electronic Circuits and Logic Design Laboratory

Step into our lab to embark on a journey through the intricate realm of analog electronic circuits. Design, construct, and refine circuits such as rectifiers, clipping and clamping circuits, and voltage regulators. Uncover the parameters of JFET and MOSFET devices, and explore the performance traits of diodes, transistors, JFETs, and op-amps. Engage in practical projects like building audio amplifiers and preamplifiers. Evaluate BJT amplifiers in CE configuration and experiment with a variety of oscillators. This immersive experience cultivates expertise in analog electronics and circuitry.

Microprocessor and Microcontroller Laboratory

Engage in our Programming lab to master 8086 microprocessor programming. Design systems using memory and peripheral chips for the 16-bit 8086 microprocessor, interfacing diverse peripherals. Craft modular programs using procedures, macros, and 8086 assembly language. Gain insights into high-speed buses and advanced processors. Develop and execute programs using assemblers like MASM/TASM, elevating your proficiency in microprocessor systems.

Computer Programming Laboratory

Immerse in our lab to grasp the fundamental principles of the C programming language. Acquire problem-solving skills through the design and development process. Experience hands-on learning by creating flowcharts, algorithms, and more. This practical exposure cultivates a strong foundation in programming and critical thinking.

Major Equipment and software tools available in various laboratories

Hardware Tool

  • Dell Desktop 17 inch LCD Monitor, Dell Optiplex 9010 Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-3220 CPU @3.30 GHz, 4 GB RAM, 250r GB SATA HDD
  • ALS – NIFC -01 A
  • Stepper Motor Interface & Motor
  • ALS – NIFC-06A Dual DAC Interface
  • ALS – NIFC-05A Logic Controller
  • ALS – NIFC-17 Elevator Interface
  • ALS – NIFC-38 Multiplexed 7 Segment Display
  • ALS – NIFC-39 Matrix Keyboard 3X8 Interface.
  • CRO-30 MHz, Dual Trace Oscilloscope
  • Digital IC Trainer Kits, MOSFET Kit
  • Universal IC Tester,
  • Multiwave Signal Generator 3 MHz,
  • Rheostat 25?/6A, Decade Resistance Box-5 Dials
  • Linear Modular Dual Tracking Power Supply output +/- 15V/2A, Dual Power Supply 0-32V/2A
  • I/O Card ALS-PCI-07 48 Lines D/I/O Card with Timer.
  • Bread Board,
  • Ammeter(0-2A) Table Top,
  • Voltmeter (0-30V) Table Top
  • APLAB Auto computer LCR-Q Meter

 

Software Tool

  • OS:Windows XP, Ubuntu, Fedora

Software: GCC Compiler, MASM, Flex, Bison, OpenGL, MySql, Java, NetBeans IDE, Network Simulator-2, PHP, Ruby, Pycharm, Eclipse, Keil uvision 4.0, Flash magic72, Notebook++,NS2,Turbo C++

 

Student Learning Centric Odd Semester details(2023-2024)

Sl. No.Subject NameSubject CodeFaculty NameCourse ModulesLesson planNotes of lessonsPPTLaboratory Manual
1Mathematics for Computer ScienceBCS301Mr. Somashekar MLinkLinkLink
2Data Structures & ApplicationsBCS304Mrs.Sushma D SLinkLinkLink
3Digital Design & Computer OrganizationBCS302Mr.Roopesh A RLinkLinkLinkLink
4Operating SystemBCS303Ms.Sahana G CLinkLinkLinkLink
5Data Structures LabBCSL305Dr.Sharath M NLinkLinkLink
6Data Visualization with PythonBCS358D
7OOPS with JavaBCS306ADr.Sharath M NLinkLinkLinkLink
1Automata theory and Compiler Design21CS51Ms.Madhuri H DLinkLinkLink
2Computer Networks21CS52Mrs.Ranjini ALinkLinkLinkLink
3Database Management System21CS53Mrs.Monika M MLinkLinkLink
4Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning21CS54Mr.Sanjay MLinkLinkLinkLink
5DBMS Laboratory with mini project21CSL55Mrs.Monika M MLinkLinkLink
6Research Methodology & Intellectual Property Rights21RMI56LinkLinkLink
7Environmental Studies21CIV57Mr.Raghunandan Yadav CLinkLinkLink
8Angular JS And Node JS21CSL581Mr.Ganapati Avabrath
1Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning18CS71Mr.Sanjay MLinkLinkLink
2Big Data Analytics18CS72Mrs.Ranjini ALinkLink
3Software Architecture and Design Patterns18CS731Ms.Sahana G CLinkLinkLink
4Network management18CS742Mrs.Swetha B RLinkLinkLinkLink
5Energy Environment18ME751Mr.Rajeev K T/Mr.Shri Harsha JLinkLink
6Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Laboratory18CSL76Mr.Sanjay MLinkLinkLink

 

Student Learning Centric details(2022-2023)


Sl. No.Subject NameSubject CodeFaculty NameCourse ModulesLesson planNotes of lessonsPPTLaboratory ManualLab Videos
1Transform Calculus, Fourior Series21MAT31Mr. Somashekar M, Mr.Santosh B BLinkLinkLink
2Data Structures & Applications21CS32Mrs.Sushma D SLinkLinkLinkLink
3Computer Organization & Architecture21CS34Mrs.Megha H CLinkLinkLink
4Mastering Office 21CSL381Mrs. Umme SadiyaLinkLinkLink
5Mathematical Foundation for Computing21CS41Mr. Somashekar M, Mrs. Jyothi B GLinkLinkLink
6Design & Analysis of Algorithms21CS42Mrs.Jyothishree R KLinkLinkLinkLink
7Microcontroller & Embedded Systems21CS43Mr.Roopesh A RLinkLinkLink
8Operating Systems21CS44Mrs. Ankitha SLinkLinkLink
9Biology for Engineers21CS45Mrs.Ranjini ALinkLinkLink
10Python Programming Lab21CSL46Mrs.Monika M M
11Web Programming Lab21CSL481Ms.Sahana G CLinkLinkLink
12Universal Human Values21UH49Mrs.Swetha B RLinkLinkLink
13Management, Entrepreneurship for IT industry18CS51Mrs.Monika M MLinkLinkLinkLink
14Computer Networks and Security18CS52Mr.Sanjay MLinkLinkLink
15Database Management System18CS53Ms.MadhuriLinkLinkLink
16Automata theory and Computability18CS54Mrs.Shashikala M KLinkLinkLink
17Application Development using Python18CS55Mrs.Shashikala M KLinkLinkLink
18Unix Programming18CS56Mrs.AnkithaLinkLinkLink
19Computer Network Laboratory18CSL57Dr. Sharath M NLinkLinkLink
20DBMS Laboratory with mini project18CSL58Ms.MadhuriLinkLinkLink
21Environmental Studies18CIV59Mrs.Sushma D SLinkLinkLink
22System Software and Compilers18CS61Mrs.Shashikala M KLinkLinkLink
23Computer Graphics and Visualization18CS62Mr.Sanjay MLinkLinkLink
24Web Technology and its applications18CS63Ms.Sahana G CLinkLinkLink
25Advanced JAVA and J2EE18CS644Dr. Sharath M NLinkLinkLinkLink
26Renewable Energy Resources18EE653Mrs.Monika M MLinkLinkLinkLink
27System Software Laboratory18CSL66Mrs.Shashikala M KLinkLinkLink
28Computer Graphics Laboratory with mini project18CSL67Mr.Sanjay MLinkLinkLink
29Mobile Application Development18CSMP68Mrs.AnkithaLinkLinkLink
30Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning18CS71Mr.Sanjay MLinkLinkLink
31Big Data Analytics18CS72Mrs.Ranjini A
32Software Architecture and Design Patterns18CS731Ms.Sahana G CLinkLinkLink
33Network management18CS742Mrs.Megha H CLinkLinkLinkLink
34Energy Environment18ME751Mrs.Monika M MLinkLinkLinkLink
35Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Laboratory18CSL76Mr.Sanjay MLinkLinkLink
36Internet of Things18CS81Mrs.Swetha B RLinkLinkLinkLink
37Storage Area Networks18CS822Ms.Sahana G CLinkLinkLinkLink

ACHIEVEMENTS

 

FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS

Faculties with PHD

Sl. No.

Faculty Name University

Year of Completion

1 Dr. Shrishail Math  

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad

2014
2 Dr. H. N Prakash H. N University of Mysore 2010
3 Dr. Sharath M N Dayananda Sagar University 2023

 

 

Number of Quality Publication from the Department

 

JOURNAL PUBLICATION

 

 

CONFERENCE PUBLICATION

Sl. No. Academic Year Scopus UGC / Google Scholar /

Others

Scopus UGC / Google Scholor /

Others

 

1

 

 

2021-2022

 

3

 

1

   
 

2

 

2022-2023

 

2

   

6

 

 

Papers Published during AY 2023

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Faculty Title of the paper Title of the proceedings of the conference Name of the Conference National / International Year of Publication ISBN/ISSN number of the proceeding

Affiliating Institute at the time of publication

 

1

Dr. Prakash H N  Chronic Disease Prediction after Covid-19 using Machine Learning  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies International 2023 ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0. RIT, Hassan
 

2

Dr. Prakash H N Diabetic Retinopathy Detection using Pretrained models of Deep learning  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies International 2023 ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0. RIT, Hassan
 

3

Dr. Prakash H N Machine Learning methods Analysis for Indian currency counterfeiting  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies International 2023 ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0. RIT, Hassan
 

4

Dr. Sharath M N Securing the Data using Steganography Technique in images  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies International 2023 ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0. RIT, Hassan
 

5

Dr. Sharath M N Classification of Videos using Neural Network Technique  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies International 2023 ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0. RIT, Hassan
6 Dr. Sharath M N Agriculture Crop Recommendation based on productivity and Seasons  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies International 2023 ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0. RIT, Hassan
7 Dr. Sharath M N Data Security using Audio-Video Steganography  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies International 2023 ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0. RIT, Hassan
8 Sanjay M Detection and Classification of Blood cancer using an Auto Encoder and a Regularised Extreme Learning Machine

 

 International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies International 2023 ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0. RIT, Hassan
9 Roopesh A R MVR: A Mobile Edge Computing Framework for Performance Offloading  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies International 2023 ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0. RIT, Hassan
 

10

Umme Sadiya Estimation of Fetal Birth Weight During High Risk Pregnancies Through ML  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies International 2023 ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0. RIT, Hassan
 

11

Umme Sadiya Fraud Detection Analysis for Insurance Claim Using M L  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies International 2023 ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0. RIT, Hassan
12 Shashikala M K Twitter Sentimental Analysis using Machine learning Methods  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies International 2023 ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0. RIT, Hassan
13 Shashikala M K Emotion Recognition using deep Learning and OpenCV  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies International 2023 ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0. RIT, Hassan
 

14

Megha H C Exploratory Research of Brain-Tumor Detection and Classification using Deep-Learning-Technique  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies International 2023 ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0. RIT, Hassan
 

16

Sahana G C Optimal Discovery Expelling Blueprint For Cognitive Radio Networks  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies International 2023 ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0. RIT, Hassan
17 Sahana G C Social Media Spammer Identification using Machine Learning  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies International 2023 ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0. RIT, Hassan
18 Monika M M Pathology Classification using voice signals  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies International 2023 ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0. RIT, Hassan
 

19

Sushma D S Utilizing Deep Neural Networks for upgrading the Virtual Try-On  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies International 2023 ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0. RIT, Hassan
20 Sushma D S Classification of Weed and Crops using Computer Vision and Deep Learning Techniques  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies International 2023 ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0. RIT, Hassan
21 Sushma D S Plant Leaf Disease Detection  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies International 2023 ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0. RIT, Hassan
22 Sushma D S Fruit Quality Detection using Computer Vision and Deep learning Technique  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies International 2023 ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0. RIT, Hassan
23 Sushma D S AI-Based Academic style Projection ForElementary School studentsin Virtual classroom  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Tele-communication Technologies International 2023 ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0. RIT, Hassan


STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS

4th Semester Topper

Sl. No.

Name of the Student

SGPA

1 MODHAK G N 9.7
2 SUSHMA CHIKKAMATH 9.5
3 Y CHANDANA URS 9.2

 

6th Semester Topper

Sl. No. Name of the Student

SGPA

1 LATHA H N 9.71
2 CHANDANA V K 9.50
3 RAMYA C A 9.58

 

8th Semester Topper

Sl. No.

Name of the Student

SGPA

1 DHANVITHA 9.8
2 AFRA BANU 9.7
3 AISHWARYA S 9.7
4 CHANDAN M N 9.7
5 CHIRANTH R PRASAD 9.7
6 THEJASWI G R 9.7
7 SHRUTHI N V 9.7
8 YASHAWANTH K 9.7

 

SPORTS ACHIEVEMENTS

Sl. No.

Name of the Student Sports Event Name of the Program & organizer

Awards/Participation

 

1

Mr. Darshan M N Cricket VTU Central Karnataka Zone Men’s Cricket Tournament 2020-21 Participated
2 Mr. Mohan D G

Mr. Darshan M N

Mr. Harsha V M

Mr. Kiran V

Kho-Kho VTU Central Karnataka Zone Men’s Kho-Kho Tournament 2020-21 Participated
3 Ms.  Sanjana K C

Ms. Mohisha B V

Ms. Rachitha H T     Ms. Ramya B S

Volleyball Inter Collegiate Rest of Bangalore Zone Women Volleyball Tournament 2020-21 Participated
4 Ms. Ramya B S

Ms. Bindushree K V

Ms. Amulya H J

Ms. Sanjana K C

Ms. Harshitha P

Throwball VTU Central Karnataka Zone Women Throwball Tournament 2019-20 Participated
5 Mr. Sanjay D V  

Kabaddi

VTU Central Karnataka Zone Inter Collegiate Men Kabaddi Tournament 2018-19 Participated
6 Mr. Sumantha S S  

Kho-Kho

VTU Central Karnataka Zone Men Kho-Kho Tournament 2018-19 Participated
7 Ms. Ramya B S

Ms. Bindushree K V

Ms. Amulya H J

Ms. Megha C D

Ms. Anusha M L

Ms. Champa J G

 

Throwball

VTU Central Karnataka Zone Women Throwball Tournament 2018-19 Winners
 

8

Ms. Ramya B S

Ms. Bindushree K V

Ms. Amulya H J

Ms. Megha C D

Ms. Anusha M L

Ms. Champa J G

 

Throwball

 

VTU Inter Zone Women Throwball Tournament 2018-19 Participated
 

9

Ms. Sanjana raj

Ms. Thanusha K Y

Ms. Neha H G

Ms. Ruqhaiya begum

 

Throwball

VTU Central Karnataka Zone Women Throwball Tournament 2022-23 Participated
 

10

Mr. Prajan H V

Mr. Nandan C M

Mr. Indra Kumar K S

Mr. S David Raj

Mr. Parmeshwar

Mr. Sharath P

 

Cricket

VTU Central Karnataka Zone Men Cricket Tournament 2022-23 Participated
11 Mr. David S raj

Mr. Syed Naiman

Mr. Indrakumar

Mr. Rakesh H S

Mr. Chandhan M N

 

 

Volleyball

 

VTU Central Karnataka Zone Men Volleyball Tournament 2022-23 Participated
12 Mr. Ravikumar K R

Mr. Y P Kishore

Mr. Chandan M N

Mr. Dattatraya H V

Mr. Rakesh H S

 

Football

VTU Central Karnataka Zone Men Football Tournament 2022-23 Participated
13 Mr. Mohan D G

Mr. Madan gowda B H

Badminton VTU Central Karnataka Zone Men Badminton Tournament 2022-23 Participated


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Placements Statistics

AY

2022-20232021-2022

2020-2021

Total no of Students120105105
Total no of Students Placed709118
Highest Salary6.497.59.74
Placement Percentage58.3386%19%

 

Sl NO USN STUDENT NAME Company Name COMPANY TYPE
Private/ Government/ Owned
CTC IN LPA Offer Letter Collected (Yes/No) Company ID card Collected
(Yes/No)
Persuing Higher Education
(Yes/No)
Higher Education Proof collected (Yes/No) NET/SLET/GATE/IELTS/TOEFL/GMAT/GRE
1 4RA19CS079 SANDHYA H C TCS   3.36     No No No
2 4RA19CS003 AKSHA T S TCS   3.36     No No No
3 4RA19CS004 ANKITHA K D TCS   3.36     No No No
4 4RA19CS033 INDRA KUMAR K S TCS   3.36     No No No
5 4RA19CS035 KOUSAR TCS   3.36     No No No
6 4RA19CS061 NOOR FATHIMA A S GlowTouch   2.4     No No No
7 4RA19CS051

 

NEETHU A V GlowTouch   2.4     No No No
8 4RA19CS042 M R SHAMITHA Vtiger   3     No No No
9 4RA19CS070 RAVIKUMAR K R Fidelity National Financial   6.49     No No No
10 4RA19CS040 LEON H K Fidelity National Financial   6.49     No No No
11 4RA19CS003 AKSHA T S Fidelity National Financial   6.49     No No No
12 4RA19CS042

 

M R SHAMITHA Fidelity National Financial   6.49     No No No
13 4RA19CS022 DHANVITHA Tayana Mobility Technologies   4.5     No No No
14 4RA19CS035

 

KOUSAR Tayana Mobility Technologies   4.5     No No No
15 4RA18CS006  

ANAGHA H R

[24]7.ai   2.16     No No No
16 4RA19CS004

 

ANKITHA K D Deloitte   6     No No No
17 4RA19CS002

 

AISHWARYA S Einfratech Sys   3.7     No No No
18 4RA19CS086

 

SINCHANA B RAJ Einfratech Sys   3.7     No No No
19 4RA19CS077

 

SAHANA M R Einfratech Sys   3.7     No No No
20 4RA19CS083

 

SHAMANTH K Einfratech Sys   3.7     No No No
21 4RA19CS075  

SAHANA B N

Einfratech Sys   3.7     No No No
22 4RA19CS080 SANJANA KUMAR Einfratech Sys   3.7     No No No
23 4RA19CS022 DHANVITHA Einfratech Sys   3.7     No No No
24 4RA19CS055 NISARGA C M Infowayme   3     No No No
25 4RA18CS019 DEEPU H Infowayme   3     No No No
26 4RA19CS002 AISHWARYA S Infowayme   3     No No No
27 4RA19CS036 LAKSHMI SHREE D Infowayme   3     No No No
28 4RA19CS029 HARSHAVARDHANA M Devtools   3.5     No No No
29 4RA19CS048 NACHIKETH G S Devtools   3.5     No No No
30 4RA19CS105 YASHAWANTH K Qspider         No No No
31 4RA19CS002 AISHWARYA S Qspider         No No No
32 4RA19CS057 NISCHITHA B H Qspider         No No No
33 4RA19CS051 NEETHU A V Qspider         No No No
34 4RA19CS069 RAKSHITHA T Qspider         No No No
35 4RA19CS014 BINDU G Qspider         No No No
36 4RA19CS061 NOOR FATHIMA A S Qspider         No No No
37 4RA20CS407 S DAVID RAJ Qspider         No No No
38 4RA19CS033 INDRA KUMAR K S Qspider         No No No
39 4RA18CS019 DEEPU H Qspider         No No No
40 4RA19CS059 NITHIN B S Qspider         No No No
41 4RA19CS104 YASHASWINI S Qspider         No No No
42 4RA19CS046 MONISHA P Qspider         No No No
43 4RA19CS063 PAVITHRA           No No No
44 4RA20CS407 S DAVID RAJ X-Workz         No No No
45 4RA19CS017 CHANDANA K M X-Workz         No No No
46 4RA19CS075 SAHANA B N X-Workz         No No No
47 4RA19CS083 SHAMANTH K X-Workz         No No No
48 4RA19CS089 SPANDANA SH X-Workz         No No No
49 4RA19CS090 SRUJAN BG X-Workz         No No No
50 4RA19CS100 VINAY BC X-Workz         No No No
51 4RA19CS033 INDRAKUMAR K S X-Workz         No No No
52 4RA19CS021 DEEPAK A C X-Workz         No No No
53 4RA19CS105 YASHAWANTH K X-Workz         No No No
54 4RA19CS029 HARSHAVARDHANA M X-Workz         No No No
55 4RA19CS066 PUSHPA MD X-Workz         No No No
56 4RA19CS082 SANJANA RAJ H K X-Workz         No No No
57   DHANVITHA TAP ACADEMY         No No No
58 4RA19CS035 KOUSAR TAP ACADEMY         No No No
59   TEJASHREE G S TAP ACADEMY         No No No
60 4RA19CS055 NISARGA C M TAP ACADEMY         No No No
61 4RA20CS401 FATHIMA SAMEENA TAP ACADEMY         No No No
62 4RA19CS036 LAKSHMI SHREE D TAP ACADEMY         No No No
63 4RA19CS043 MAHADEV PRASAD H N TAP ACADEMY         No No No
64 4RA19CS033 INDRA KUMAR K S KODNEST         No No No
65 4RA19CS090 SRUJAN B G KODNEST         No No No
66 4RA19CS086 SINCHANA B RAJ KODNEST         No No No
67 4RA19CS049 Nayana M N PENTAGON SPACE PVT.LTD         No No No
68 4RA19CS081 Sanjana M R PENTAGON SPACE PVT.LTD         No No No
69 4RA19CS062 Nunitha N S PENTAGON SPACE PVT.LTD         No No No
70 4RA19CS014 BINDU G ACCENTURE   4.5     No No No

Sl NO USN STUDENT NAME Company Name COMPANY TYPE
Private/ Government/ Owned
CTC IN LPA Offer Letter Collected (Yes/No) Company ID card Collected
(Yes/No)
Persuing Higher Education
(Yes/No)
Higher Education Proof collected (Yes/No) NET/SLET/GATE/IELTS/TOEFL/GMAT/GRE
1 4RA18CS080 TEJASWINI K Alacer   5L     No No No
2 4RA18CS014 BINDU D S Brandmuscle   3.5L     No No No
3 4RA18CS028 LIKITH K R Capgemini   4L     No No No
4 4RA18CS089 VINISHA M M Capgemini   4L     No No No
5 4RA18CS073 SUHANAKAJAL Capgemini   4L     No No No
6 4RA18CS014 BINDU D S Capgemini   4L     No No No
7 4RA18CS002 AKASH K S Chegg   Rs 30k – 80k /month     No No No
8 4RA18CS071 SRINIDHI M V Chegg   Rs 30k – 80k /month     No No No
9 4RA18CS084 UDAY A Chegg   Rs 30k – 80k /month     No No No
10 4RA18CS071 SRINIDHI M V Cloud analogy         No No No
11 4RA18CS057 SANJANA K C Cognizant   4.01L     No No No
12 4RA18CS042 NISHA Cognizant   4.01L     No No No
13 4RA18CS024 HEMAL R C Cognizant   4.01L     No No No
14 4RA18CS030 M NAGASHREE Continental   5L     No No No
15 4RA18CS066 SINCHANA M Destination Technologies   CSR     No No No
16 4RA18CS084 UDAY A Destination Technologies   CSR     No No No
17 4RA18CS071 SRINIDHI M V Destination Technologies   CSR     No No No
18 4RA19CS401 DARSHAN N Y Elcamino   2.6 LPA     No No No
19 4RA18CS002  AKASH K S Elcamino   2.6 LPA     No No No
20 4RA18CS003 ALMAS FATHIMA ExternsClub   3 – 5 LPA     No No No
21 4RA18CS068 SNEHA H K EY   4.5L     No No No
22 4RA18CS077 SWARNA H R EY   4.5L     No No No
23 4RA18CS008 ANUSHA D J EY   4.5L     No No No
24 4RA18CS025 IMPANA M A EY   4.5L     No No No
25 4RA18CS044 PADMASHREE NADIG K S HCL   4.25L     No No No
26 4RA18CS039 Naman Shetty Hexaware   4L     No No No
27 4RA18CS022 HARSHITHA M A Infosys   3.6L     No No No
28 4RA18CS021 G S AKSHAY Infosys   3.6L     No No No
29 4RA18CS072 SRUSHTI S Infosys   3.6L     No No No
30 4RA18CS057 Sanjana K C Infosys   3.6L     No No No
31 4RA18CS039 NAMAN shetty Infosys   3.6L     No No No
32 4RA18CS029 LOHITH S J Infosys   3.6L     No No No
33 4RA18CS073 SUHANAKAJAL Infosys   3.6L     No No No
34 4RA18CS092 YASHASWINI C Infosys   3.6L     No No No
35 4RA18CS085 USHA K A Innominds   3.5LPA     No No No
36 4RA18CS071 SRINIDHI M V Innominds   3.5LPA     No No No
37 4RA18CS020 DHANYA SHREE K P Kodnest   CSR     No No No
38 4RA18CS059 SANJAY S M KPIT   6L     No No No
39 4RA18CS030 M NAGASHREE Mindtree   4L     No No No
40 4RA18CS005 AMITH SHANKAR K M Palle technologies   CSR     No No No
41 4RA18CS055 RUCHITHA H T Palle technologies   CSR     No No No
42 4RA18CS071 SHRINIDHI  M V Palle technologies   CSR     No No No
43 4RA17CS012 BHARATH R H Pentagon space   CSR     No No No
44 4RA18CS024 HEMAL R C Persistent systems   4,71,000     No No No
45 4RA18CS036 MEGHANA U Persistent systems   4,71,000     No No No
46 4RA18CS042 NISHA M Persistent systems   4,71,000     No No No
47 4RA18CS045 PALLAVI B G Persistent systems   4,71,000     No No No
48 4RA18CS071 SRINIDHI M V Qspider   CSR     No No No
49 4RA18CS084 UDAY A Qspider   CSR     No No No
50 4RA18CS077 SWARNA H R Qspider   CSR     No No No
51 4RA18CS020 DHANYASHREE KP Qspider   CSR     No No No
52 4RA18CS073 SUHANAKAJAL QuEST Global   3.25L     No No No
53 4RA18CS073 SUHANA KAJAL Skolar   3-7 LPA     No No No
54 4RA18CS067  SINDHU M B Skolar   3-7 LPA     No No No
55 4RA18CS001  ADARSH M Skolar   3-7 LPA     No No No
56 4RA18CS029 LOHITH S J TCS   3,36,877     No No No
57 4RA18CS017 DARSHAN M TCS   3,36,877     No No No
58 4RA18CS025 IMPANA M A TCS   3,36,877     No No No
59 4RA18CS030 M NAGASHREE TCS   3,36,877     No No No
60 4RA18CS031 MANASA B S Teachnook   4L to 6L     No No No
61 4RA18CS085 USHA K A Teachnook         No No No
62 4RA18CS020 DHANYASHREE K P Teachnook         No No No
63 4RA18CS061  SHASHIDHAR HS Technologics Global Pvt Ltd   3 LPA     No No No
64 4RA18CS008 ANUSHA D J Tequed labs   CSR     No No No
65 4RA18CS031 MANASA B S Tequed Labs   CSR     No No No
66 4RA18CS025 IMPANA M A TRICON Infotech   6L     No No No
67 4RA18CS001 ADARSH M Upgrad   7.5L     No No No
68  4RA18CS091 YASHASWI KR Upskillz   3.5 – 6 LPA     No No No
69 4RA18CS012  BHOOMIKA. D. S Upskillz   3.5 – 6 LPA     No No No
70 4RA18CS035  MEGHANA SR Upskillz   3.5 – 6 LPA     No No No
71 4RA18CS051  PUSHPALATHA DA Upskillz   3.5 – 6 LPA     No No No
72 4RA18CS020 DHANYASHREE K P Verzeo   4L     No No No
73 4RA18CS022 HARSHITHA M A Verzeo   4L     No No No
74 4RA18CS073 SUHANAKAJAL Verzeo   4L     No No No
75 4RA18CS066 SINCHANA M Verzeo   4L     No No No
76 4RA18CS066 SINCHANA M Wipro   3.5LPA     No No No
77 4RA18CS007 ANANYA V Wipro   3.5LPA     No No No
78 4RA18CS027 KOWSHIK H M Wipro   3.5LPA     No No No
79 4RA18CS001 ADARSH M Wipro   3.5LPA     No No No
80 4RA18CS055 RUCHITHA H T Wipro   3.5LPA     No No No
81 4RA18CS075 SUSHMA A S Wipro   3.5LPA     No No No
82 4RA18CS005 AMITH SHANKAR K M Wipro   3.5LPA     No No No
83 4RA18CS092 YASHASWINI C Wipro   3.5LPA     No No No
84 4RA18CS030 M NAGASHREE Wipro   3.5LPA     No No No
85 4RA18CS077 SWARNA H R Wipro   3.5LPA     No No No
86 4RA18CS089 VINISHA M M Wipro   3.5LPA     No No No
87 4RA18CS057 SANJANA K C Wipro   3.5LPA     No No No
88 4RA18CS084 UDAY A Zensar Technologies   4.06L     No No No
89 4RA18CS032 MANDARA A M Zensar Technologies   4.06L     No No No
90 4RA18CS081 TEJASWINI N Zensar Technologies   4.06L     No No No
91 4RA18CS042 NISHA M Zensar Technologies   4.06L     No No No

Sl NO USN STUDENT NAME Company Name COMPANY TYPE
Private/ Government/ Owned
CTC IN LPA Offer Letter Collected (Yes/No) Company ID card Collected
(Yes/No)
Persuing Higher Education
(Yes/No)
Higher Education Proof collected (Yes/No) NET/SLET/GATE/IELTS/TOEFL/GMAT/GRE
1 4RA17CS020 Chiranth H B BETSOL SOFTWARE   4     NO NO NO
2 4RA17CS022 Dhanush A S QUALYS INC   9.74     NO NO NO
3 4RA17CS020 Harshith VeroNick ACCENTURE   5.5     NO NO NO
4 4RA17CS030 Harshitha P SIGMA SOLUTIONS   2.5     No No No
5 4RA17CS034 Jaffer Shariff B K TCS   3.36     No No No
6 4RA17CS043 Likith M K SIMEIG DEVELOPMENT CENTER   4.5     No No No
7 4RA17CS044 M Tarun Rayalu TCS   3.36     No No No
8 4RA17CS046 Meghana K MPHASIS   3.25     No No No
9 4RA17CS048 Monisha T M MAGNAQUEST TECHNOLOGIES   4     No No No
10 4RA17CS049 N Nandini PRODAPT SOLUTION   3.5     No No No
11 4RA17CS058 Radhika B G INFOSYS   3.6     No No No
12 4RA17CS060 Rakshitha J S FISSION LABS   3     No No No
13 4RA17CS086 Swarnambha K S PRODAPT         No No No
14 4RA17CS087 Tanya Jagadeesh NUWARE   4     No No No
15 4RA17CS090 Thanmaya H M PRODAPT   3.5     No No No
16 4RA17CS092 Varsha M RELIANCE JIO         No No No
17 4RA17CS094 Varshitha K R PRODUCTION SALE   3.0     No No No
18 4RA17CS099 Deepika K TCS   3.36     No No No

 

CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

The Department of Computer Science & Engineering is actively engaged with esteemed professional organizations such as AICTE, Aspiring minds-AMCAT, Honeywell India Pvt. Ltd, ICT Academy, TATA Consultancy Pvt. Ltd (ION), and Acronton Technologies Pvt. Ltd. The department hosts a variety of events, including workshops, technical talks, seminars and other activities

Professional societies/ chapters and organizing engineering events

Professional Society/Department Association

Name of the Body Institutional / Department Level Year of Establishment

Faculty coordinators

Professional Society AICTE Institution 2017 Dr. Sharath M N
Professional Society ASPIRINGMNDS-AMCAT Department 2018 Mr. Sanjay M
Department Association HONEYWELL INDIA Pvt. Ltd Department 2021 Mr. Sanjay M
Department Association ICT ACADEMY Department 2019 Ms. Sahana G C
Department Association TATA CONSULTANCY Pvt. Ltd (ION) Department Dr. Sharath M N
Department Association ACRONTON TECHNOLOGIES Pvt. Ltd Department 2021 Dr. Sharath M N
 

Events conducted during year 2019-20

Sl. No.

Name of the Activity Target Audience

Conduction date

1 Organized 4 days’ Workshop on “Machine Learning” 8th sem  CSE-108 +  ISE-26 =134 25-03-2019 to 28-03-2019
2 Organized 5 days’ Workshop on “Machine Learning” 7th sem CSE-111 + ISE-32 =143 30-09-2019 to 04-10-2019
 

Events conducted during year 2020-21

Sl. No.

Name of the Activity Target Audience

Conduction date

1 Organized 2 days’ Workshop on “JAVA” 3rd, 5th & 7th  sem CSE-109 + ISE-23 = 132 17-12-2021 to 18-12-2021
2 Organized 2 days’ Workshop on “PYTHON” 3rd, 5th & 7th  sem CSE-109 + ISE-23 = 132 17-12-2021 to 18-12-2021
3 Organized 2 days’ Workshop on “WEB DEVELOPMENT” 3rd, 5th & 7th  sem CSE-109 + ISE-22 = 131 17-12-2021 to 18-12-2021
 

Events conducted during year 2021-22

Sl. No.

Name of the Activity Target Audience

Conduction date

1 Organized Technical Talk on “App of Data Structures in Industries”. 4th   sem CSE-124 + ISE-27 = 151 7/12/2022
2 Organized Technical Talk on “Building Image Classification Model using Deep Learning” 5th sem CSE-124 + ISE-27 = 151 10/22/2022
 

Events conducted during year 2022-23

Sl. No. Name of the Activity Target Audience

Conduction date

1 Organized FDP on Cyber Security 10 Faculty and 158 students 15-02-2023 to 28-02-2023
2 Organized FDP on Block Chain Technology 12 students 09-03-2023 to 17-03-2023
3 Organized Workshop on AR and VR 20 students and 6 Faculty 26-04-2023 to 30-04-2023
4 Organized 5 days’ Workshop on “R Programming” 6th sem CSE-124 + ISE-5 = 129 12-05-2023 to 16-05-2023
5 Organized Inter Institutional Program  for Lateral Entry Student 22 Students 15-05-2023 to 04-06-2023
6 International conference on “Advances in Computing, Control, and telecommunication technologies” – ACT 2023 122 students 15-6-2023 to 16-6-2023
7 Organized 3 days’ Workshop on “Ethical Hacking & Cyber Security” 4th sem ISE-67 + CSE-68+67 + ECE-65=267 24-08-2023 to 26-08-2023
8 Organized 15 days ISRO-START Programme 4th sem ISE-67 + CSE-68+67 = 202 20-07-2023 to 07-08-2023
             

PROCESS OF MENTORING

Each Mentor is assigned a group of 20 to 25 students. The Mentor is responsible for documenting and managing the information of each student within the Academic Information Management System (AIMS).

Mentoring frequency: The Mentor will schedule about three to four interactive sessions with students.

1st Mentoring Session will comprise the following points (Before IA test-1):

  • Mentors will compile a roster categorizing students into Advanced,

Average, and Slow Learners within the class.

  • Facilitate discussions on students’ Interests, Hobbies, and their involvement

in curricular, co-curricular, and extracurricular activities.

  • Engage in a discourse regarding the previous semester’s academic

Performance, emphasizing the significance of internal tests and attendance.

  • Inquire about students’ readiness and preparations for the upcoming 1st

Internal Assessment.

2nd Mentoring Meet (Before IA test-2):

  • Conduct a thorough discussion on the performance of students in the 1st

Internal Assessment, focusing on individual courses. In cases of

unsatisfactory results, explore the reasons for low scores and provide

appropriate suggestions for improvement

  • Motivate students to actively engage in a variety of co-curricular and extracurricular activities.

3rd Mentoring Meet (Before IA test-3):

  • Review the 2nd Internal Assessment performance in relation to individual courses. In cases of unsatisfactory results, engage in discussions to identify the reasons for low scores and provide relevant suggestions for improvement.
  • Advise students to attend the 3rd Internal Assessment mandatorily and guide

 them in formulating an action plan for effective Semester End Exam preparation.

4th Mentoring Meet (After IA test-3 Optional):

  • If students don’t follow what we talked about in the mentoring sessions,

we’ll address it.

  • We’ll guide and advise students on the things we discussed earlier.

Note: The Internal Assessment performance and attendance status of each student will be communicated to the respective parents.


Maximum No. of Students

per Mentor

20-25
Frequency of Mentoring3 to 4 per Semester
PrerequisiteClass Teachers prepares list of Advanced, Average and Slow Learners based on the previous Academic Performance
Mentoring-I

Discussion and comments on:

1.   Previous Performance

2.   Hobbies & Co-curricular Activities

3.   Teaching and Learning Process

Mentoring-II

Discussion and comments on:

1.       Review of previous counselling

2.       IA-1 Performance

3.       Teaching and Learning Process

Mentoring-III

Discussion and comments on:

1.   Review of previous counselling

2.   IA-2 Performance

3.   Teaching and Learning Process

Mentoring-IV (optional)

Discussion and comments on:

1. Advice on Non-compliances

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