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Department of Information Science and Engineering

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

The Department of Information Science & Engineering was established in 2008 and currently admits 60 students for its Undergraduate course. As an affiliated institute of Visvesvaraya Technological University in Belagavi, the department follows the university’s curriculum, examination, and academic structure. The curriculum is designed to meet the current industrial requirements and is supported by state-of-the-art laboratories covering all major areas of Information Technology. The department is dedicated to providing precise, complete, and relevant information to modern society in all its practices. Its goal is to meet the growing demands of the market by providing high-quality services through well-skilled and highly qualified engineers. To facilitate students in gaining true knowledge, skills, and personality development, the department offers a standardized, well-managed, and state-of-the-art infrastructure.

The department provides excellent infrastructure for students to develop innovative applications. In collaboration with ARK Solutions, they receive industry-oriented Unity software training from the 5th to the 8th semester, enabling them to build Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality applications on campus. The department   also   offers   in-house   certification   training   on   blockchain   and   cybersecurity   courses   in association   with   CDAC.   State-of-the-art   infrastructure   laboratories   are   available   in   the   department, providing hands-on experience in various IT technologies. Additionally, the  department  has  specialized Center of Excellence laboratories in the areas of Cyber Security, Blockchain, and Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality.

HOD’s MESSAGE

Dr. Arjun B C
Head of the Department

Information Science and Engineering is committed to provide precise, complete and relevant information to the modern society in all practices. Our motive is to meet and fulfill the growing demands of market by providing best quality services through well-skilled and highly qualified engineers. In order to facilitate the students for gaining true knowledge, skills and personality, we provide a standardized, well managed, state-of-the-art infrastructure.

The main emphasis of the department is on imparting practical knowledge to students. Department organizes regular workshops, invites industry experts for talks, arranges industrial visits, conducts pre-placement orientation programs and on-campus recruitment events, provides career guidance, and promotes entrepreneurship and startup initiatives among students. Industry Connect courses are initiated in collaboration with industry experts, which directly contribute to placements. The faculty members in the department are actively involved in a wide range of research areas, including robotics, networking, and software systems. Undergraduate students have the opportunity to engage in research and work closely with faculty on academic projects. The department encourages students and staff to publish and present papers in various international conferences and peer-reviewed journals. Graduate students develop independent projects with faculty guidance, preparing them for further academic pursuits or careers in industry. The department maintains an active environment with numerous opportunities for student involvement and alumni engagement.

VISION

To be a center of excellence in Information Science and Engineering education by creating competent professionals to deal with real-world challenges in the industry, research and society.

MISSION

  • To empower students to become competent professionals, strong in the basics of Information science and engineering through experiential learning.
  • To strengthen the education and research ecosystem by inculcating ethical principles, and facilitating interaction with premier institutes and industries around the world.
  • Promote innovation and entrepreneurship to fulfill the needs of society and industry.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO’S)

The program educational objectives are the statements that describe the expected achievements of graduates within first few years of their graduation from the program.The program educational objectives of Bachelor of Information Science and  Engineering at Rajeev Institute of Technology can be broadly defined as,

  • Analyse, design and implement solutions to real-world problems in the field of  Information Science and Engineering with a multidisciplinary setup.
  • Pursue higher studies with a strong knowledge of basic concepts and skills in Information Technology disciplines.
  • Adapt to emerging technologies towards continuous learning with ethical values, good communication skills, leadership qualities and self-learning abilities.

 

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Graduation students of Bachelor of Information Science & Engineering program at Rajeev Institute of Technology will attain the following program outcomes in the field of Information Technology.

  • 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, research literature, and analyze 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 public health and safety, and 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 modeling 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 the 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 environment.
  • 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 (PSO’s)

At the end of graduation the student will be able to

  • PSO1:  Analyze and develop software applications by applying skills in the field of coding languages, algorithms, operating systems, database management, web design and data analytics.
  • PSO2:  Apply knowledge of computational theory, system design and computer network concepts for building networking and internet-based applications.

SHORT TERM GOALS

  • To provide students with focused training to excel in coding, software development, and other technical skills relevant to the industry.
  • To collaborate with major software giants to offer industry-certified courses that provide students with valuable credentials.
  • To establish state-of-the-art research laboratories in collaboration with industries to foster innovation and hands-on experience in emerging technologies.
  • To organize regular national and international seminars, conferences, workshops, and hackathons to expose students to the latest trends and advancements in the field.
  • To conduct ongoing training for faculty members to stay updated with the latest industry practices, ensuring high-quality education for students.
  • To facilitate internships, co-op programs, and connect students with industry professionals to enhance real-world exposure and increase placement opportunities.
  • To encourage students to develop entrepreneurial skills by organizing startup incubation programs, business plan competitions, and mentorship opportunities.
  • These short term goals collectively aim to provide Information Science and Engineering students with a comprehensive education that prepares them for successful careers in the technology industry.

LONG TERM GOALS

  • To establish the department as a globally renowned center of excellence in technology education and research.
  • To develop a strong research ecosystem that fosters innovation, collaboration, and breakthroughs in emerging technologies.
  • To forge long-lasting partnerships with a wide range of industries to facilitate technology transfer, internships, research projects, and faculty-industry exchanges.
  • To continuously update and innovate the curriculum to align with industry needs, technological advancements, and interdisciplinary trends.
  • To establish doctoral programs that attracts top research talents and contributes to cutting-edge research in the field.
  • To create an incubation center to nurture student and faculty-led startups, fostering a culture of entrepreneurship and innovation.
  • To strive for international accreditation and consistently improve national and international rankings.
  • These long-term goals reflect the department’s aspirations to become a powerhouse of education, research, and innovation in the field of Information Science and Engineering, while contributing positively to society and the global technology landscape.

 


CLASS IN-CHARGE DETAILS

SL. NO.Semester and SectionFaculty NameFaculty Email-ID
13rd semDR. PRATHIBHA Gprathibhaghebbar@rithassan.ac.in
25th semMRS.NALINI H Cnalinihc@rithassan.ac.in
37th  semMR. ANIL KUMAR K Nakanilgowda@rithassan.ac.in

INFRASTRUCTURE / FACILITIES

The Department of Information science and engineering has four laboratories. All labs are highly equipped with sufficient systems with all the necessary software and hardware tools required for conducting the experiments. The Department is also having Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality (ARVR) lab. The Department has qualified and experienced staff members to provide high quality education and attention to individual student is given.

Department Library

The library of ISE department is having 250+ books and information resources. The department supplies aspiring quench for understanding by using the addition of the right large variety of books to its branch library racks.

Academic activity in the Department is centrally managed by the library. There are more than 300 books, periodicals, and reports in the Department’s collection. It also has one copy each of all B.E. projects reports carried out in the department in recent years. All these cater to the needs of students and faculty. Most of the books are of recent editions and have the facility of being issued for a specified time period.

Laboratory Details

Software Testing Laboratory

This laboratory course enables students to get practical experience in the process checks for errors and gaps and whether the outcome of the application matches desired expectations before the software is installed and goes live.

 

Mobile Application Development Laboratory

This laboratory course enables students to get practical experience with working principles of the Android Studio. All the Experiments of Mobile Application Development Lab are developed using Android Studio. They will get the knowledge about Android Studio.

Internet of Things Laboratory

This laboratory teaches the design and analysis of IOT systems. They come know about terminology, technology and its application of IOT. Also gives the concept of M2M (machine to machine) with necessary protocols and Python Scripting Language which is used in many IOT devices.

Application to Python Programming Laboratory

This lab interpret the fundamental Python syntax and semantics and be fluent in the use of Python control flow statements. Express proficiency in the handling of strings and functions. Understand Determine the methods to create and manipulate Python programs by utilizing the data structures like lists, dictionaries, tuples and sets. Identify the commonly used operations involving file systems and regular expressions. Articulate the Object-Oriented Programming concepts such as encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism as used in Python.

File Structure Laboratory

This lab implements various operations on files. Apply indexing techniques on files .Employ multiple lists merging concept for files. Synthesize and implement the multilevel indexing concept (B Trees) on files. Apply the hashing technique to resolve collision of records.

Web Programming Laboratory

This lab explores Design and develops static and dynamic web pages. The lab familiarizes with Client-Side Programming, Server-Side Programming, and Active server Pages. This also provides to learn Database Connectivity to web applications. To get exposure to Server Side Scripting, Perl & PHP programming.

Database Applications Laboratory

This lab explores foundation knowledge in database concepts, technology and practice to groom students into well-informed database application developers. This lab provides Strong practice in SQL programming through a variety of database problems. This lab helps in developing database applications using front-end tools and back-end DBMS. To create Databases with different types of Integrity Constraints and use the SQL commands such as DDL, DML, DCL, and TCL to access data from database objects.

 

Computer Network Laboratory

This lab Demonstrate operation of network and its management commands, Simulate and demonstrate the performance of GSM and CDMA, Implement data link layer and transport layer protocols. It develops and executes algorithms at Data Link Layer, Network Layer, Cryptographic Algorithm, and Socket Programming with IPC Communication and simulation of various Network Topologies and LAN technologies using NS2.

Design & Analysis of Algorithms Laboratory

This lab explains various computational problems solving techniques, Apply appropriate method to solve a given problem and describe various methods of algorithm analysis. This is also used for understand and implement algorithms related to graphs, backtracking, sorting and traversal algorithms. It Design and implement various algorithms in JAVA. This also employs various design strategies for problem solving.

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Laboratory

To Design and Implement Machine learning concepts and algorithms using available standard data sets. To implement and demonstrate classification, prediction, regression and clustering algorithms using Python. Also helps in understanding artificial neural network concepts.

Data Structures with C / C++ Laboratory

This laboratory course enables students to get practical experience in design, develop, implement, analyze and evaluation/testing of asymptotic performance of algorithms, linear data structures and their applications such as Stacks, Queues and Lists, Non-Linear Data Structures and their Applications such as Trees and Graphs Sorting and Searching Algorithms

Electronic Circuits and Logic Design Laboratory

This Lab explores the design, construction, and debugging of analog electronic circuits like rectifiers, clipping circuits, clamping circuits and voltage regulators. The lab computes the parameters from the characteristics of JFET and MOSFET devices. Also investigates the performance characteristics of diodes, transistors, JFETs, and op-amps, including the construction of a small audio amplifier and preamplifiers. Evaluate BJT amplifiers in CE configuration and test various types of oscillators.

 

Microcontroller and Embedded System Laboratory

This lab student will come to know about Assembly Language/embedded C programming of Microcontroller. Understand interfacing simple peripheral devices to Microcontroller. Engage student groups to design and implement simple embedded systems.

Project Laboratory

Project Lab provides an innovative workspace where individuals collaborate on diverse projects, fostering creativity and problem-solving. It provides a dynamic environment for hands-on experimentation, promoting learning and the development of practical skills across various disciplines. Whether in academia or industry, Project Labs serve as hubs for exploration and innovation.

Major Equipment and software tools available in various laboratories

Hardware Tool

  • ACER Desktop 20 inch TFT-Monitor, DG 41RQI-Mother board, dual core 2.7 GHz-Processor, 2GB RAM, 128GB SDD
  • Digital IC Tester
  • LPC 2148 kit
  • Stepper Motor and DC motor
  • CRO-30 MHz, Dual Trace Oscilloscope
  • Digital IC Trainer Kits
  • Universal IC Tester.
  • Signal Generator -2MHz, 3 MHz
  • Decade Resistance Box-5 Dials
  • Linear Modular Dual Tracking Power Supply output +/- 15V/2A, Dual Power Supply 0-32V/2A
  • Bread Board.
  • Ammeter(0-2A) Table Top.
  • Voltmeter (0-30V) Table Top.

Software Tool

  • OS:Windows 7 and 10, Ubuntu (open source).
  • Application Software (open source):GCC Compiler, Flex, Bison, OpenGL, MySql, Java, NetBeans IDE, Network Simulator-2, PHP, Ruby, Eclipse, Unity software-25 users (licensed).

Additional Lab Facilities

Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality

Additional lab facilities enhance the capacity of research institutions and educational establishments by providing supplementary resources for experimentation and analysis. These facilities often include state-of-the-art equipment, specialized workspaces, and advanced technologies, fostering a more conducive environment for scientific exploration. By expanding the range of available resources, additional lab facilities contribute to the advancement of knowledge, innovation, and the overall quality of research outcomes in various fields.

Server System

Personal Computers ( 24 Nos )

    • Core i7  – Processor
    • DDR4-32GB– RAM
    • 2 TB SSD,10GB Graphic card
    • 32 inch monitor
    • Core i5  – Processor
    • DDR4-16GB – RAM
    • 500GB SSD
    • 19 inch -Monitor
    • Unity Oculus Quest – 128 GB with link cable
    • Unity Academic Alliance Program – Software (Unity software-25 users)
    • One Plus 10R – Mobile
    • Open source operating System
    • Installed with open source and licensed software
    • Internet facility

Innovative Teaching Methods/ Techniques adopted by Faculties

Information Science and Engineering department has ICT (Information and Communication Technology) enabled class rooms and this has significantly transformed the traditional learning environment. Through interactive presentations, simulations, and collaborative platforms, students can engage with complex engineering concepts, fostering a deeper understanding. ICT-enabled classes also facilitate real-time communication between students and instructors, promoting active participation and immediate feedback. This approach not only aligns with the demands of the modern technological landscape but also equips engineering students with the digital skills crucial for their future careers.

Sl.No

Faculty Name

Subject Name

Methods/ Techniques used

1

Dr. Arjun B C

Web Programming

Kahoot quiz

2

Dr. Arjun B C

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Teachable machine for supervised learning

3

Dr. Prathibha G

Research Methodology and IPR

Design an innovative idea

4

Mr. Anil Kumar K N

Biology for Engineers

Designing questions

5

Mrs. Nalini H C

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Think ,pair and share

6

Ms. Sindhu Jain A M

Design and Analysis of Algorithms

Short paper answers

7

Ms. Sindhu Jain A M

Database Management System

Surprise quiz

 

Student Learning Centric details Even Semester(2023-2024)

8th Semester

Sl. No.Subject NameSubject CodeFaculty NameCourse ModulesLesson planNotes of lessonsPPTLab ManualLab Videos
1Internet of Things18CS81Ms.Sindhu JainLinkLinkLinkLinkLink
2Storage Area Networks18CS822Mr. Anil Kumar K NLinkLinkLinkLink

Student Learning Centric details Odd Semester(2023-2024)

3rd Semester

Sl. No.Subject NameSubject CodeFaculty NameCourse ModulesLesson planNotes of lessonsPPTLab ManualLab Videos
1Mathematics for Computer ScienceBCS301Mrs. BrundaLinkLinkLink
2Digital Design & Computer
Organization
BCS302Ms. Sahana R SLinkLinkLinkLink
3Operating SystemsBCS303Dr.Prathibha GLinkLinkLinkLink
4Data Structures and ApplicationsBCS304Mr. Vijaya Kumar YadhavLinkLinkLinkLink
5Data Structures LabBCSL305Mr. Vijaya Kumar YadhavLinkLinkLink
6Object Oriented Programming with JavaBCS306ADr.Sharath M NLinkLinkLinkLinkLink
7Data Visualization with PhytonBCS358DMrs. Nalini H CLinkLinkLink

5th Semester

Sl. No.Subject NameSubject CodeFaculty NameCourse ModulesLesson planNotes of lessonsPPTLab ManualLab Videos
8Automata Theory and Compiler
Design
21CS51Mrs.Kannika Lakshmi D GLinkLinkLinkLink
9Computer Networks21CS52Mr. Anil Kumar K NLinkLinkLinkLinkLink
10Database Management Systems21CS53Ms. Sindhu Jain A MLinkLinkLinkLink
11Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning21CS54Dr. Arjun B CLinkLinkLinkLink
12Database Management Systems
Laboratory with Mini Project
21CSL55Ms. Sindhu Jain A MLinkLinkLink
13Research Methodology &
Intellectual Property Rights
21RMI56Dr. Prathibha GLinkLinkLinkLink
14Environmental Studies21CIV57Mrs. Vani ALinkLinkLinkLink
15Angular JS21CSL581Mrs.Kannika Lakshmi D GLinkLinkLink

7th Semester

Sl. No.Subject NameSubject CodeFaculty NameCourse ModulesLesson planNotes of lessonsPPTLab ManualLab Videos
16Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning18CS71Mrs.Nalini H CLinkLinkLinkLink
17Big Data Analytics18CS72Mrs.Kannika Lakshmi D GLinkLinkLinkLink
18Software Architecture and Design Patterns18CS731Ms.Sindhu Jain A MLinkLinkLinkLink
19Network management18CS742Mr.Anil Kumar K NLinkLinkLinkLink
20Energy and Environment18ME751Mr.Hanoca PLinkLinkLinkLink
21Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Laboratory18CSL76Mrs. Nalini H CLinkLinkLinkLink

 

Student Learning Centric details Even Semester(2022-2023)

4th Semester

Sl. No.Subject NameSubject CodeFaculty NameCourse ModulesLesson planNotes of lessonsPPTLab ManualLab Videos
1Mathematical Foundation for Computing21CS41Mr.Somashekar MLinkLinkLink
2Design & Analysis of Algorithms21CS42Ms.Sindhu JainLinkLinkLinkLinkLinkLink
3Microcontroller & Embedded Systems21CS43Ms. Sahana R SLinkLinkLinkLinkLinkLink
4Operating Systems21CS44Dr. Prathiba GLinkLinkLinkLink
5Biology for Engineers21CS45Mr. Anil Kumar K NLinkLinkLinkLink
6Python Programming Lab21CSL46Dr. Prathiba GLinkLinkLinkLink
7Web Programming Lab21CSL481Mrs. Kannika LakshmiLinkLinkLink
8Universal Human Values21UH49Ms. Gagana deepa JLinkLinkLinkLink

6th Semester

Sl. No.Subject NameSubject CodeFaculty NameCourse ModulesLesson planNotes of lessonsPPTLab ManualLab Videos
9File Structures18IS61Ms. Gagana deepa JLinkLinkLinkLink
10Software testing18IS62Mr. Anil Kumar K NLinkLinkLinkLink
11Web Technology and its applications18CS63Dr. Arjun B CLinkLinkLinkLink
12Cloud Computing18CS643Dr. Prathiba GLinkLinkLinkLink
13Renewable Energy Resources18EE653Mrs. Nalini H CLinkLinkLinkLink
14Software Testing Laboratory18ISL66Mr. Anil Kumar K NLinkLinkLinkLink
15File Structures Laboratory18ISL67Ms. Gagana deepa JLinkLinkLinkLink
16Mobile Application Development18ISMP68Mrs. Nalini H CLinkLinkLinkLink

8th Semester

Sl. No.Subject NameSubject CodeFaculty NameCourse ModulesLesson planNotes of lessonsPPTLab ManualLab Videos
17Internet of Things18CS81Ms.Sindhu JainLinkLinkLinkLinkLink
18Storage Area Networks18CS822Mr. Anil Kumar K NLinkLinkLink

 

 

 

ACHIEVEMENTS

FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS / AWARDS
  • Anil Kumar K N, Asst Professor, Dept of ISE, has received the best teacher award for the AY 2022-23 from Rajeev Institute of Technology, Hassan.

 

BOOKS PUBLISHED
SLNo Academic Year Title of the Book Title of the chapter Name of the Author Name of the Publisher ISSN / ISBN
 

1

 

2022-23

Manual for Python Programming Laboratory(21CSL46) Dr Pratibha G Iterative international publisher 9789357472418
2  

2023-24

IIPV3EBS13_G15 FUTURISTIC TRENDS IN NETWORK AND COMMUNICATION TECH Implementing Multifactor Authentication for enhanced cyber security in cloud storage Dr Pratibha G IIP Series Volume 3  

 

FACULTY WITH PHD

Sl No Faculty Name University Year of Completion
1 Dr Arjun B C VTU 2022
2 Dr Pratibha G VTU 2022
3 Dr Sharath M N DSU 2023

 

Papers Published during AY 2023

Sl.NO. Name of the teacher Title of the paper Title of the proceedings of the conference Name of the conference National / International ISBN/ISSN number of the proceeding
1 Dr. Arjun B C Chronic Disease Prediction after Covid-19 using Machine Learning International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.
2 Dr. Arjun B C Securing the Data using Steganography Technique in Images  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.
3 Dr. Arjun B C A Survey on Deep Learning Methods for Speech Emotion Recognition  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.
4 Dr. Arjun B C Real-Time Driver Tiredness Detection using CNN, YOLO, and the Camshift Algorithm  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.
5 Dr. Prathibha G Development of Automatic Segmentation Techniques Using Convolutional Neural Networks to Differentiate Brain Tumors  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.
6 Dr. Prathibha G Agriculture Precision: An efficient-Energy communication Protocol for WSN  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.
7 Dr. Prathibha G Implementing multi-factor Authentication for enhanced cyber security in cloud storage  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.
8 Anil Kumar K N Securing the Data using Steganography Technique in Images  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.
9 Anil Kumar K N Drug Recommendation System based on Sentiment Analysis  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.
10 Nalini H C Smart E-Tendering System using Blockchain  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.
11 Sindhu Jain A M Agriculture Precision: An efficient-Energy communication Protocol for WSN  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.
12 Sindhu Jain A M Development pf Automatic Segmentation Technique using Convolutional Neural Networks to Differentiate Brain Tumors  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.
13 Sindhu Jain A M Self Driving Simulation of AI-Car using Neural Networks  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.
14 Gagana Deepa J Digital image watermarking using the Discrete Wavelet Transform (DWT) for robustness  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies  International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.

 

Papers Published during AY 2019-22

Sl.No. Title of paper Name of the author/s Name of Journal ISSN number
1 Image Fusion by Discrete Wavelet Transform for Multimodal Biometric Recognition Dr Arjun B C Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science (IAES). ISSN: 2252-8938
2 Multimodal biometrics of fingerprint and signature recognition using multi-level feature fusion and deep learning techniques Dr Arjun B C Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science (IAES). ISSN: 2502-4752
3 Multimodal Biometric recognition system using Face and Finger Vein Biometric traits with Feature and Decision level fusion Techniques Dr Arjun B C International Journal of Computer Theory and Engineering (IJCTE). ISSN:1793-8201
4 Hospital and Doctor Recommendation using ML and NLP Dr  Pramod H B International Journal of Recent Advances in Multidisciplinary  ISSN: 2582-7839
5 A Novel encryption with bacterial forging optimization algorithm based pixel selection for video steganography Dr. Sharath M N Multi Media Tools and Applications ISSN: 1573-7721
6 Design of Optimal metaheuristic based pixel selection with homomorphic encryption technique for video steganography Dr. Sharath M N International Journal of Information Technology ISSN: 2511-2112
7 Novel video steganography approach with the combination of knight tour and 7th bit model of embedding data Dr. Sharath M N Elementary Education Online ISSN:1305-3515
8 Multimodal biometric recognition: fusion of modified adaptive bilinear interpolation data samples of face and signature using local binary pattern features Dr Arjun B C International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology (IJEAT) ISSN:2249-8958
9 Feature level fusion of seven neighbour bilinear interpolation data sets of finger vein and iris for multimodal biometric recognition Dr Arjun B C International Journal of Advanced Trends in Computer Science and Engineering ISSN:2278-3091
10 Survey on Deep learning for Cyber security Dr Arjun B C International journal of research in electronics and computer engineering, IJRECE ISSN: 2348-2281.

 

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS

Augmented Reality Applications

Final year students from the Department of Information Science and Engineering secured the second prize, along with a cash reward of 7500rs, at the Project Exhibition- hosted by Adichunchanagiri Trust. Their project, titled “Augmented Reality Applications,” was presented under the theme “Impact of Technology in the New Millennium.”

Department of Information science and Engineering extends heartfelt congratulations to the winners for their outstanding achievement.

SUMMARY

  • Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology /VTU Financial Assistance: 08
  • Students won in various sports:02
  • Awards won by Faculty: 01

 

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR PROJECTS
Sl. No  Funding Agency Total No. of Sanctioned/applied Projects Total Amount in Rs.`
 1  VTU 8 (Sanctioned) 5,000
 2 Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology, Bengaluru 2 (Applied) 10,000
 
PROJECT EXHIBITION-BEST PROJECTS
Sl. No. Team Members​ Mentor Name​ Title of the Project​ Year
1

Meghan Gowda T H

Mrinal Bera

Rathan H M

Sughosh Srihari A S

Mr. Anil Kumar K N “Drug Recommendation System based on Sentiment Analysis Technology after COVID-19” 2022-2023
2

Sajjad Ahmed Dawood Shaikh

Umme Habeeba

Dr. Prathibha G “Implementing Multi-Factor Authentication for Enhanced Cyber Security in Cloud Storage” 2022-2023
3

Rakshit Rangarajan

Hemalatha S V

Meghana K

Dr. Arjun B C “Providing a Platform to Help Farmers Sell Their Produce”- “AgriFreshOrgnics.tech” 2021-2022
4

Nithesh H A

Harsha H K

Hemanth G

Sandeep H S

Mr. Anil Kumar K N “Agricultural crop prediction using machine Learning Algorithm” 2021-2022
5

Deepika G M

Spurthi G R

Kushal S J

Rakesh H G

Mrs. Nalini H C “Converting Real Time Eye Blinking Movement to  Text and Speech of Physically Disabled Person” 2020-2021
6

Bhoomika G N

Megha H J

Chaithanya M S

Mr. Anil Kumar K N “Key Technology for validating covid Report using Block Chain” 2020-2021
7

Harshith D

Sangeetha L

Sindhu K R

Vishnu Priya

Mr. Anil Kumar K N “Prediction of Network Intrusion using an Efficient Feature Selection Method” 2019-2020
8

Sadika Banu

Sneha K V

Soundarya B C

Sushma N

Dr. Arjun B C “Fingerprint Liveness Detection by A Template Probe Convolutional Neural Network” 2019-2020
 
SPORTS ACHIEVEMENTS

 

 

Sl. No. Name of the Student Sports Event Name of the Program & organizer Awards
1

Hamsa C

Poornima H V

Volleyball VTU State Level Women’s Volleyball Tournament 2023-24 Winners
2 Charanya K C

Aishwarya H

Poornima H V

Throw ball VTU Central Karnataka Zone Women Throw ball Tournament 2022-23
3 Meghan Gowda

Sughosh Srihari

Cricket VTU Central Karnataka Zone Men Cricket Tournament 2022-23
4 Sagar Gowda K M Volleyball VTU Central Karnataka Zone Men Volleyball Tournament 2022-23
5 P B Sandeep  

Football

VTU Central Karnataka Zone Men Football Tournament 2022-23
6 Sahana H B Athletics VTU Men And Women Athletic Selection Trails 2022-23
7 Meghan Gowda

Sughosh Srihari

Cricket VTU Central Karnataka Zone Men Cricket Tournament 2020-21
8 Meghana K

Dhanusha D

Volleyball Inter Collegiate Rest of Bangalore Zone Women Volleyball Tournament 2020-21
9 Dhanusha D

Manushree K N

Meghana K

Throw ball VTU Central Karnataka Zone Women Throwball Tournament 2019-20  

10 Sandeep H S Judo VTU Zone Inter Collegiate judo Championship 2018-19  

11 Nithesh H A

Sandeep H M

Kabaddi VTU Central Karnataka Zone Inter Collegiate Mens Kabaddi Tournament 2018-19  

12 Dhanusha D

Manushree K N

Throw ball VTU Central Karnataka Zone Women Throw ball Tournament 2018-19 Winners
13  

Dhanusha D

Throw ball VTU Inter Zone Women Throw ball Tournament 2018-19  

 

Toppers List Academic Year 2022-23

4th SEM Toppers
SL NO USN NAME CGPA
1 4RA21IS041 SHAMBHAVI B V 9.52
2 4RA21IS022 KEERTHANA D Y 9.04
3 4RA21IS037 RITHESH B R 8.96
 
6th SEM Toppers
SL NO USN NAME CGPA
1 4RA20IS020 SACHITH GOWDA M 8.13
2 4RA20IS022 SANJAY K R 8.08
3 4RA20IS024 SPOORTHI H S 8.06
 
 8th SEM Toppers
SL NO USN NAME CGPA
1 4RA19IS005 BHUMIKA J 8.69
2 4RA19IS019 SUGHOSH SRIHARI A S 8.50
3 4RA19IS020 SUKRUTHA S 8.31

 

PAPER PUBLISHED BY STUDENTS

2022-2023
Sl.No. Authors Name Paper Title Journal/Conference
1 Meghan Gowda T H

Mrinal Bera

Rathan H M

Sughosh Srihari A S

 

“Drug Recommendation System Based on    Sentimenta Analysis Using Machine Learning “

International Conference on Advances in Computing, Control, and Telecommunication Technologies ACT 2023, ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0
2 Shrunga H V

Gowthami

Jyothi D

Lakshmishree A R

 

“Real Time Driver Drowsiness Detection Using Yolo,CNN,Camshiff Algorithm”

International Conference on Advances in Computing, Control, and Telecommunication Technologies ACT 2023, ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0
3 Ameena Bee

Bhumika J

Madhura B A

Veerendra Gowda B G

 

 

“Strokes Predicting Using M L”

International Conference on Advances in Computing, Control, and Telecommunication Technologies ACT 2023, ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0
4 Aishwarya A P

Archan Hruday Raj

Chandan K P

Kruthika T

 

“Self Driving Simulation of Ai-Car  Using Neural Networks”

International Conference on Advances in Computing, Control, and Telecommunication Technologies ACT 2023, ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0
5 Neha P

Sahana H B

Sharadhi

Sukrutha C S

 

“Acadamic Performance Prediction Based On Multisource,Multifeature Behavioral Data”

International Conference on Advances in Computing, Control, and Telecommunication Technologies ACT 2023, ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0
6 Sajjad Ahmed Dawood Shaikh

Umme Habeeba

“Implementing Multi-Factor Authentication for Enhanced Cyber Security in Cloud Storage” International Conference on Advances in Computing, Control, and Telecommunication Technologies ACT 2023, ISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0

 

2021-2022

Sl.No. Authors Name Paper Title Journal/Conference
1  Sahana

Varshini H G

Pavithra H S

“Machine Learning Approach for the Credit Card Fraud Detection”  

International Journal of Artificial Intelligence

 

2 Suhas A Kashyap

Meghana B K

Kavana M R

Aishwarya N

“Forceasting the Trends and Patterns of Crime” International Journal of Artificial Intelligence
3 Hamsa P

Ashika H M

Manushree K N

Arpitha K

 

“Design of Face Detection and Recognition System to Monitor Students During Online Examinations Using Machine Learning Algorithms”

International Journal of Artificial Intelligence
4 Harsha H K

Hemanth G

Nithesh H A

Sandeep H S

 

“Crop Prediction and Disease Detection”

International Journal of Artificial Intelligence
5 Hemalatha S V

Meghana K

Rakshith Rangarajan

 

“Providing a Platform to Help Farmers Sell Their Produce Online”

International Journal of Artificial Intelligence

 

2020-2021

Sl

lNo.

Authors Name Paper Title

Journal/Conference

1

Bhat Madhav Vasant

Mohammed Azher

Amogh Vasista G S

 

“Suicide ideation detection based on machine learning”

International Journal of Image Processing and Computer Vision
2

Bhoomika G N

Chaithanya M S

Megha H J

“Key Technology for E-Invoices Assessment using Block Chain Technology” International Journal of Image Processing and Computer Vision
3

Amrutha D S

Apoorva B

Simran Mohamedi

Suchetha H R

 

“Classification of animal images using KFA and CNN features with score-level fusion technique”

International Journal of Image Processing and Computer Vision
4

Kumuda H B

Nagarani K J

Sahana B M

Surabhi M D

 

“Illusion pin: Shoulder-Surfing Resistant Authentication Using Hybrid Images”

International Journal of Image Processing and Computer Vision
5

Kushal S J

Deepika G M

Rakesh H G

Spurthi G R

 

“Converting Real Time Eye-Blinking Movement to Text and Speech of Physically Disabled Person”

International Journal of Image Processing and Computer Vision
6

Harshitha D

Neha Afreen

Sowmya N R

Dhanusha D

 

“Detection of image/video in frames using deep learning technique (Mask R-CNN) “

International Journal of Image Processing and Computer Vision
7

Bi Bi Hajeera

Gagana J

Sindhu G R

 

“Automatic Face Emotion Recognition System”

International Journal of Image Processing and Computer Vision

 


RESEARCH INITIATIVE

The Information and Engineering department promotes active involvement of faculty and students in technical collaborative programs at national and international level. These programs aim at exchange of knowledge among students and faculty in terms of research or project work, and academic programs. The centre also offers short/ long term training to students on latest technologies and development tools and encourages publication of technical articles and provides teaching materials for E-Learning.

RESEARCH CENTRE DETAILS

List of Available Research Supervisors

Sl. No.

Name of the DepartmentName of the SupervisorDesignation

Area of Specialization

1ISEDr. Arjun B CProfessor & HeadImage processing, Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics

List of Research Scholars at RIT Research Centre

Sl.No.Research GuideName of the ScholarUniversity and year of Registration

Status

1 Dr Arjun B CMs. Sindhu Jain A MVTU, 2023Registered
2 Dr Arjun B CMr. Vishwas D BVTU.2022Registered
 
FACULTY PURSUING PHD
Sl. No.Name of the DepartmentName of the FacultyYear of Registration

Status

1ISEMrs. Nalini H C2022-23Registered
2ISEMs. Sindhu Jain A M2023-24Registered
3ISEMr. Vijaya Kumar Yadav2023-24Registered
4ISEMr. Anil Kumar K N2023-24Registered
 
Number of books and chapters in edited volumes/books published and papers  published in national/ international conference proceedings per teacher during the year 2023

SI NO.

Name of the teacherTitle of the paperTitle of the proceedings of the conferenceName of the conferenceNational / International

ISBN/ISSN number of the proceeding

1

Dr. Arjun B C Chronic Disease Prediction after Covid-19 using Machine Learning International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication TechnologiesInternationalISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.

2

Dr. Arjun B CSecuring the Data using Steganography Technique in Images International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication TechnologiesInternationalISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.

3

Dr. Arjun B CA Survey on Deep Learning Methods for Speech Emotion Recognition International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication TechnologiesInternationalISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.

4

Dr. Arjun B CReal-Time Driver Tiredness Detection using CNN, YOLO, and the Camshift Algorithm International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication TechnologiesInternationalISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.

  5

Dr. Prathibha GDevelopment of Automatic Segmentation Techniques Using Convolutional Neural Networks to Differentiate Brain Tumors International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication TechnologiesInternationalISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.

  6

Dr. Prathibha GAgriculture Precision: An efficient-Energy communication Protocol for WSN International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication TechnologiesInternationalISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.

  7

Dr. Prathibha GImplementing multi-factor Authentication for enhanced cyber security in cloud storage International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication TechnologiesInternationalISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.

     

  8

Anil Kumar K NSecuring the Data using Steganography Technique in Images International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication TechnologiesInternationalISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.

  9

Anil Kumar K NDrug Recommendation System based on Sentiment Analysis International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication TechnologiesInternationalISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.

10

Nalini H CSmart E-Tendering System using Blockchain International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication TechnologiesInternationalISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.

11

Sindhu Jain A MAgriculture Precision: An efficient-Energy communication Protocol for WSN International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication TechnologiesInternationalISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.

 

12

Sindhu Jain A MDevelopment pf Automatic Segmentation Technique using Convolutional Neural Networks to Differentiate Brain Tumors International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication TechnologiesInternationalISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.

13

Sindhu Jain A MSelf Driving Simulation of AI-Car using Neural Networks International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication TechnologiesInternationalISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.
14Gagana Deepa JDigital image watermarking using the Discrete Wavelet Transform (DWT) for robustness International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication Technologies International Conference on Advances in Computing Control, and Telecommunication TechnologiesInternationalISBN: 978-81-955890-5-0.
 
Papers Published during AY 2019-22
Sl.No.

Title of paper

Name of the author/sName of Journal

ISSN number

1Image Fusion by Discrete Wavelet Transform for Multimodal Biometric RecognitionDr Arjun B CInstitute of Advanced Engineering and Science (IAES).ISSN: 2252-8938
2Multimodal biometrics of fingerprint and signature recognition using multi-level feature fusion and deep learning techniquesDr Arjun B CInstitute of Advanced Engineering and Science (IAES).ISSN: 2502-4752
3Multimodal Biometric recognition system using Face and Finger Vein Biometric traits with Feature and Decision level fusion TechniquesDr Arjun B CInternational Journal of Computer Theory and Engineering (IJCTE).ISSN:1793-8201
4Hospital and Doctor Recommendation using ML and NLPDr  Pramod H BInternational Journal of Recent Advances in Multidisciplinary ISSN: 2582-7839
5Multimodal biometric recognition: fusion of modified adaptive bilinear interpolation data samples of face and signature using local binary pattern featuresDr Arjun B CInternational Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology (IJEAT)ISSN:2249-8958
6Feature level fusion of seven neighbour bilinear interpolation data sets of finger vein and iris for multimodal biometric recognitionDr Arjun B CInternational Journal of Advanced Trends in Computer Science and EngineeringISSN:2278-3091
7Design of Optimal metaheuristic based pixel selection with homomorphic encryption technique for video steganographyDr. Sharath M NInternational Journal of Information TechnologyISSN: 2511-2112
8Novel video steganography approach with the combination of knight tour and 7th bit model of embedding dataDr. Sharath M NElementary Education OnlineISSN: 1305-3515
9A Novel encryption with bacterial forging optimization algorithm based pixel selection for video steganographyDr. Sharath M NMulti Media Tools and ApplicationsISSN: 1573-7721
10Survey on Deep learning for Cyber securityDr Arjun B CInternational journal of research in electronics and computer engineering, IJRECEISSN: 2348-2281.

INDUSTRY INTERFACE

List of MOU’s

Sl. No

Name of the Organization Duration Date of sign (Duration) Objectives

Outcomes

1 ARK Solutions 2 Years 26-April-2023
  • Empower students with strong fundamental domain specific     knowledge.
  • Formulate new ideas for developing games and ARVR applications.
Students should be able to get necessary skills at various levels from circle of transformation which is aimed at transforming personalities to domain specific trainings based on student interest and requirements.
2 CDAC Cyber Security 1 Years

14February-2023

  • The objective of this module is to equip It professionals with strong fundamentals in Cyber Security domain.
  • This course builds core competencies in the area of network, end system and application security.
Students will understand the application vulnerabilities and their mitigation technique and also latest trends in Malware and Cyber-attacks.
3 CDAC Blockchain 1 Years 14-February-2023
  • It provides an overview of the structure and mechanism of Blockchain.
  • The participants will be able to understand how transactions are stored in a block and mined on a Blockchain.
Students will get the knowledge about popular tools/platforms used in developing core Blockchain. Use cases will be ascertained how Blockchain technology is shaping the future of the world.

INDUSTRIAL VISIT – 2022-23

MCF HASSAN

Master Control Facility (MCF) at Hassan in Karnataka and Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh monitors and controls all the geo-stationary satellites of ISRO. MCF carries out operations related to initial orbit rising of satellites, in-orbit payload testing, and on-orbit operations throughout the life of these satellites. The operations involve continuous tracking, telemetry and commanding, special operations like eclipse management, station-keeping manoeuvres and recovery in case of contingencies.

KMF HASSAN

Hassan co-operative milk producers’ society union ltd was established with an aim to support small and marginal farmers and agricultural labours through dairy development. Farmers were not sure of receiving a remunerative price for their agricultural products so more and more farmers taken up diary as their main occupation rather than subsidiary occupation for their livelihood. The milk union is committed to accept all the milk offered by the milk producers in the milk shed area and hence there is a considerable increase in milk procurement during recent years. Hassan milk union believes that it is a social responsibility on part of the union to pay remunerative price to the farmers.


Placements Statistics

Academic Year2020-20212021-2022

2022-2023

Total no of Students181821
Total no of Students Placed14148
Highest Salary4.2 LPA6 LPA4.5 LPA
Placement Percentage78%78%38%

 

Academic Year: 2022-23

SL.NOUSNSTUDENT NAMECompany NameCTC IN LPA
14RA19IS001AISHWARYA A PBharat Electronics2.1 LPA
24RA19IS003ARCHAN HRUDAY RAJUS Technology3.00LPA
34RA19IS016SAHANA H BEEVLLP3.5 LPA
44RA19IS019SUGHOSH SRIHARI A SVtiger Systems India Pvt.LTD2.6 LPA
54RA19IS010LAKSHNISHREE A RSofttek4.5 LPA
64RA19IS014NEHA PHigher Studies-MBA
74RA19IS015RATHAN H MMagnasoft1.83 LPA
84RA19IS020SUKRUTHA C SUtthunga Tech2.00LPA

Academic Year: 2021-22

SLNO

USNSTUDENT NAMECompany Name

CTC IN LPA

14RA18IS002ASHIKA H MBOSCH4.80 LPA
24RA18IS004HAMSA PTEACHNOOK4.00 LPA
34RA18IS006HEMALATHA S ViOPEX4.00 LPA
44RA18IS008KAVANA M RCapgemini4.00 LPA
54RA18IS010MANUSHREE K NAseuro Technologies3.6 LPA
64RA18IS013NITHESH H AContinental6.00 LPA
74RA18IS016RAKSHIT RANGARAJANBrand muscle
India Pvt Ltd
1.8 LPA
84RA18IS018SANDEEP H SLTI Let’s Solve3.00 LPA
94RA18IS020SUHAS A KASHYAPBOSCH5.00 LPA
104RA18IS007HEMANTH GCMART3.42 LPA
114RA18IS001AISHWARYA NSaarthi.ai3.6 LPA
124RA18IS017SAHANAInfosys2.55 LPA
134RA18IS011MEGHNA B KAccord4.2 LPA
144RA18IS005HARSHA H KSkyTech2.4 LPA

 

Academic Year: 2020-21

SL NOUSNSTUDENT NAMECompany NameCTC IN LPA
14RA17IS002AMRUTHA D SHTC Global Services (India) Private Ltd.3.5 LPA
24RA17IS003APOORVA BLarsen & Toubro Infotech Ltd.3.52 LPA
34RA17IS006CHAITHANYA M STata Consultancy Services3.36 LPA
44RA17IS007DEEPIKA G MProdapt Solutions Private Limited,3.5 LPA
54RA17IS008DHANUSHA DMphasis3.25 LPA
64RA17IS010KUMUDA H BTATA Consultancy Services Limited3.36 LPA
74RA17IS011MEGHA H JCapgemini Technology Services India Limited3.8 LPA
84RA17IS012NAGARANI K JHTC Global Services (India)Pvt. Ltd.4.2 LPA
94RA17IS013RAKESH H GParvaM Software Solution2.2 LPA
104RA17IS016SINDHU G RTATA Consultancy Services Limited3.36 LPA
114RA17IS017SPURTHI G RBrandMuscle India Pvt Ltd3.0 LPA
124RA17IS018SUCHETA H RWipro3.5 LPA
134RA17IS019SURABHI M DCapgemini Technology Services3.8 LPA
144RA17IS014SAHANA B MHigher Studies- M.Tech


Co-curricular activities

Events conducted during AY 2023-24

Sl. No Name of the event Conduction Date
1.       Industrial Visit to  Master Control Facility-ISRO, Hassan 07-09-2023
2.       Organized Workshop on Augmented Reality Development 03-10-2023

to

07-10-2023

3.       Internship on  Unity 2D & 3D Game development” 25-10-2023

to

30-11-2023

4.       Webinar on  Know your CSI 06-12-2023
5.       Tech Fest TECHRITI-2024 16-01-2024

to

17-01-2024

 

Industrial Visit to Master Control Facility-ISRO, Hassan on 07-09-2023

 

Workshop on Augmented Reality Development from 03-10-2023 to 07-10-2023

 

Internship on Unity 2D & 3D Game development from 25-10-2023 to 30-11-2023

 

Webinar on Know your CSI on 06-12-2023

 

Tech Fest – TECHRITI-2024 from 16-01-2024 to 17-01-2024

Events conducted during AY 2022-23

Sl. No Name of the event Conduction Date
1.       Technical Talk on Building Image Classification Model using Deep Learning 22-10-2022
2.       Industrial Visit to KMF, Hassan 7-02-2023
3.       FDP on Cyber Security 15-02-2023

to 

28-02-2023

4.       FDP on Block Chain Technology 09-03-2023

to 

17-03-2023

5.       Workshop on AR and VR 26-04-2023

to

30-04-2023

6.       Internship on Unity 2D & 3D Game Development 15-05-2023

to

04-06-2023

7.       International Conference on “Advances in Computing, Control, and Telecommunication Technologies” – ACT 2023 15-6-2023

to

16-6-2023

8.       15 days ISRO-START Programme 20-07-2023

to

07-08-2023

9.       3 days’ Workshop on “Ethical Hacking & Cyber Security” 24-08-2023

to

26-08-2023

 

Technical Talk on Building Image Classification Model using Deep Learning on 22-10-2022

 

Industrial Visit to KMF, Hassan on 7-02-2023

 

FDP on Cyber security from 15-02-2023 to 28-02-2023

 

FDP on Block Chain Technology from 09-03-2023 to 17-03-2023

 

Workshop on AR and VR from 26-04-2023 to 30-04-2023

 

Internship on Unity 2D & 3D Game development on 15-05-2023 to 04-06-2023

 

International conference

“Advances in Computing, Control, and telecommunication technologies” – ACT 2023 from 15-6-2023 to 16-6-2023

 

15 days Add on course-ISRO-START Programme from 20-07-2023 to 07-08-2023

 

Workshop on “Ethical Hacking & Cyber Security” from 24-08-2023 to 26-08-2023

Events conducted during AY 2021-22

Sl. No. Name of the Event Conduction date
1.       Workshop on “JAVA” 17-12-2021 to 18-12-2021
2.       Workshop on “PYTHON” 17-12-2021 to 18-12-2021
3.       Workshop on “WEB DEVELOPMENT” 17-12-2021 to 18-12-2021
4.       Technical Talk on Web Analytics 06-02-2022
5.       Webinar on Software Project Management 19-03-2022
6.       Expert Talk on IOT in Aviation 09-04-2022
7.       Technical Talk on Applications of Data Structures in Industries 12-07-2022

 

Workshop on “JAVA”, “PYTHON” and “WEB DEVELOPMENT” from 17-12-2021 to 18-12-2021

 

Technical Talk on Web Analytics on 06-02-2022

 

Webinar on Software Project Management on 19-03-2022

 

Expert Talk on IOT in Aviation on 09-04-2022

 

Technical Talk on Applications of Data Structures in Industries on 12-07-2022

Events conducted during year 2020-2021

Sl. No Name of the Event Date
1.       Awareness program on Safety measures to be taken during pandemic 14-09-2020
2.       Workshop on Data Analytics using Python 08-10-2020

to

09-10-2020

3.       Workshop on Big Data-Hadoop 18-11-2020

to  19-11-2020

4.       Technical talk on Joy of Learning Computer Networks 09-06-2021
5.       Awareness Program on Engineers – Opportunities, Roles and Responsibilities for a Sustainable Environment 28-04-2021

 

Awareness program on Safety measures to be taken during pandemic on 14-09-2020

 

Workshop on Data Analytics using Python from 08-10-2020 to 09-10-2020

 

Workshop on Big Data-Hadoop from 18-11-2020 to 19-11-2020

 

Technical talk on Joy of Learning Computer Networks on 09-06-2021

 

Awareness Program on Engineers – Opportunities, Roles and Responsibilities for a Sustainable Environment on 28-04-2021

 

Game developed by 7th semester students

Game Name: Monster Chase
Sachith Gowda M(4RA20IS020)
Akash D(4RA20IS002)
Sanjay K R(4RA20IS022)

 “We have developed a 2D Unity game called Monster Chase. The game features a player navigating through a world filled with various monsters and enemies. Players must strategically evade enemies by jumping on monsters and zombies to safeguard their lives. In the event of a player’s defeat, there is an option to replay the current game. Our development incorporated straightforward animations, user-friendly interface designs, diverse zombie animations, and intricate zombie designs. Notably, the game dynamically generates zombies and enemies infinitely through automated processes, guided by C# code.”

 

Game name: Maze
Ankith C R (4RA20IS003)

In crafting our AR maze game with Unity, we seamlessly integrated the virtual with the real, using AR Foundation for camera and sensor functionalities. Players explore dynamic mazes overlaying their surroundings, thanks to marker less tracking for object recognition. User-friendly touch controls or device movements guide navigation through the maze, ensuring an engaging experience. Our collaborative development efforts, covering 3D modeling, scripting, and AR optimization, resulted in a visually stunning and smooth performance across diverse devices. The game offers a novel and immersive way to tackle maze challenges in the augmented reality space.

 

Activities done in Augmented Reality internship

In our Unity-based augmented reality (AR) project, we crafted a marker-based AR app that seamlessly integrates 3D models upon detecting specific markers. Users experience an immersive overlay of virtual content as they showcase the marker.

Additionally, we developed a marker less AR app showcasing celestial bodies and a jet engine. This innovative application enables the placement of 3D models of planets and jet engines directly into the real world, transcending the limitations of markers. Users can explore and interact with these virtual objects as if they coexist in their physical surroundings.

These projects showcase the versatility of Unity in creating engaging AR experiences, whether marker-based or marker less, by blending digital elements with the real world to provide captivating and interactive content.

COE for the Academic Year 2023-24 (Odd Semester)

 

COE for the Academic Year 2022-23 (Even Semester)

 

COE for the Academic Year 2022-23 (Odd Semester)

 

PROCESS OF MENTORING

Each Mentor is responsible for overseeing and managing a cohort of 20 to 24 students. They are required to diligently document and upkeep the information of each student within the proctor book.

The Mentor is expected to arrange approximately three to four interactive sessions with students as part of the mentoring schedule.

1st Mentoring Meet:

In the first mentoring session after IA-1, the agenda includes:

  1. Gathering information on students categorized as Advanced, Average, and Slow Learners within the class.
  2. Exploring students’ interests, hobbies, and their involvement in curricular, co-curricular, and extracurricular activities.
  3. Engaging in a discourse on the academic performance of the previous semester, emphasizing the significance of internal tests and regular attendance.
  4. Inquiring about students’ performance in IA-1.

2nd Mentoring Meet:

In the second mentoring session after IA-2, the agenda involves:

  1. Reviewing the performance of the 2nd Internal Assessment (IA) with a focus on individual courses. If a student’s performance is deemed unsatisfactory, reasons for the low scores are discussed, and appropriate suggestions are provided for improvement.
  2. Encouraging students to actively engage in a variety of co-curricular and extracurricular activities to enhance their overall development.

3rd Mentoring Meet:

In the third mentoring session after IA-3, the agenda includes:

  1. Reviewing the performance of the 3rd Internal Assessment (IA) concerning individual courses. If a student’s performance falls below expectations, a discussion on the reasons for low scores takes place, and tailored suggestions are provided for improvement.
  2. Additionally, students are encouraged to formulate an action plan for effective Semester End Exam preparation.

Note: In regard to the Internal Assessment performance and attendance status

  1. Timely communication of each student’s Internal Assessment performance and attendance records will be conveyed to their respective parents.
  2. Parents will be kept informed about their child’s academic progress, ensuring transparency and collaboration in monitoring both assessment outcomes and attendance.

 

Mentoring Schedule

Maximum No. of Students

per Mentor

20 to 24
Frequency of Mentoring 3 to 4 per Semester
 

Mentoring-I

Insights and remarks will be provided regarding:

1. Assessment and commentary on the students’ historical academic achievements.

2. Exploration and discussion of personal interests, hobbies, and involvement in co-curricular activities.

3. Evaluation and feedback on the effectiveness of the teaching and learning methodologies employed.

4. Review and feedback on the performance in the first Internal Assessment (IA-1).

 

Mentoring-II

Deliberation and commentary will revolve around:

1. An assessment of the outcomes from prior counselling sessions.

2. Review and feedback on the performance in the second Internal Assessment (IA-2).

3. Evaluation and remarks on the efficacy of the teaching and learning methodologies employed.

 

Mentoring-III

Insights and feedback will be provided on:

1. Evaluation of the outcomes and progress from earlier counselling sessions.

2. Analysis and commentary on the performance in the third Internal Assessment (IA-3).

3. Assessment and remarks on the effectiveness of the teaching and learning methodologies applied.

 

Year Wise Student Proctor & Mentoring List

Proctor Student List: 3rd Sem(AY-2023-24)

 

SL NO USN Name of the Student Proctor Name
1 4RA22IS001 ABHISHEK Ms. Sahana R S

(Phone: 9880363074)

2 4RA22IS002 AJAY C M
3 4RA22IS003 AJAY R
4 4RA22IS004 AKARSH M K
5 4RA22IS005 AKHIL JOSHI
6 4RA22IS006 AKSHARA S SUNDAR
7 4RA22IS007 AKSHATHA K R
8 4RA22IS008 AKSHATHA S HAVANUR
9 4RA22IS009 AYESHA FATHIMA
10 4RA22IS010 CHARANYA K C
11 4RA22IS011 DARSHAN M
12 4RA22IS012 DEEKSHA T R
13 4RA22IS013 DEEKSHITH H Y
14 4RA22IS014 DEEKSHITH U
15 4RA22IS015 HAMSA B C
16 4RA22IS016 HARSHAN K A
17 4RA22IS017 HARSHITH D S
18 4RA22IS018 INDRAJA K H
19 4RA22IS019 JEEVAN H R
20 4RA22IS020 JEEVITHA C J
21 4RA22IS021 KARISHMA G R
22 4RA22IS022 KAVYA H E
23 4RA22IS023 KEERTHANA B C
24 4RA22IS024 KRUTHIKA H R Mrs. Kannika Lakshmi D G

(Phone: 9844164769)

25 4RA22IS025 LIKITHA D K
26 4RA22IS026 LISHA S P
27 4RA22IS027 MANASA J
28 4RA22IS028 MANOJ B G
29 4RA22IS029 MANOJ H R
30 4RA22IS030 MANYA S S
31 4RA22IS031 MEGHANA Y S
32 4RA22IS032 MOHAMMED YASER SALEEM
33 4RA22IS033 MOHAN G R
34 4RA22IS034 MOHITH V K
35 4RA22IS035 NAVEEN S R
36 4RA22IS036 NISARGA H J
37 4RA22IS037 NISARGA J V
38 4RA22IS038 NIVEDITHA L R
39 4RA22IS039 PALLAVI M R
40 4RA22IS040 POORNIMA H V
41 4RA22IS041 PRAJWAL S
42 4RA22IS042 PRAKRUTHI S S
43 4RA22IS043 RAJESH B R
44 4RA22IS044 RAKSHITHA M K
45 4RA22IS045 RAKSHITHA S S
46 4RA22IS046 SAHANA R Dr. Prathibha G

(Phone: 9008194351)

47 4RA22IS047 SANJANA D
48 4RA22IS048 SANJANA H P
49 4RA22IS049 SANJAY K R
50 4RA22IS050 SHRADHA GOWDA H A
51 4RA22IS051 SHREYANTH B G
52 4RA22IS052 SUJAY B Y
53 4RA22IS053 SURABHI
54 4RA22IS054 SYEDA AFRA
55 4RA22IS055 TEJAS C M
56 4RA22IS056 THANUSH
57 4RA22IS057 THEJAS A
58 4RA22IS058 THEJAS B J
59 4RA22IS059 VARUN P
60 4RA22IS060 VIDYASHREE Y S
61 4RA22IS061 VINAY C M
62 Lateral Entry AKSHAY GOWDA S M
63 Lateral Entry MANOJ Y M
64 Lateral Entry DHANYA T S
65 Lateral Entry DHANRAJ M
66 Lateral Entry CHIRANJAN H V

Proctor Student List: 5th Sem(AY-2023-24)

SL No USN Name of the Student Proctor Name
1 4RA21IS001 ABDUL FARAZ Ms.Sindhu Jain

(Phone: 9740036017)

2 4RA21IS002 ABHISHEK K
3 4RA21IS004 ANURAG K R
4 4RA21IS005 ANUSHA K
5 4RA21IS006 CHANDAN R
6 4RA21IS009 DARSHAN B G
7 4RA21IS010 DARSHAN L GOWDA
8 4RA21IS011 DEVIKA C M
9 4RA21IS012 DHANUSH T S
10 4RA21IS013 DIMPAL K L
11 4RA21IS014 DUSHYANTH H M
12 4RA21IS015 GAGAN H
13 4RA21IS016 GURUPRASAD
14 4RA21IS017 HARSHAN H R
15 4RA21IS018 INISHA K
16 4RA21IS019 ISTARTHA P D
17 4RA21IS020 JEEVITHA
18 4RA21IS021 KAVANA N S
19 4RA21IS022 KEERTHANA D Y
20 4RA21IS023 LIKITH B N
21 4RA21IS024 MANJUNATHA S V
22 4RA21IS025 MITHUN N
23 4RA21IS026 MOHAMMED ATHA Mr.Vijay Kumar Yadhav

(Phone: 7795429388)

24 4RA21IS027 NANDINI B S
25 4RA21IS028 NAYAN KUMAR
26 4RA21IS029 NIMRA JAVEED
27 4RA21IS030 NISCHITHA N
28 4RA21IS031 P B SANDEEP
29 4RA21IS032 PRATIBHA C Y
30 4RA21IS033 PRIYANKA K M
31 4RA21IS034 PUNITH K J
32 4RA21IS035 RACHANA G C
33 4RA21IS036 RAKESH S C
34 4RA21IS037 RITHESH B R
35 4RA21IS038 RUCHIN ANANDAN
36 4RA21IS039 SANJANA B R
37 4RA21IS040 SANJANA D
38 4RA21IS041 SHAMBHAVI B V
39 4RA21IS042 SONU NISAR R N
40 4RA21IS043 SONU PATEL N L
41 4RA21IS044 SOORYA PRAKASH S
42 4RA21IS045 SRUJAN S R
43 4RA21IS046 SUDARSHAN M N
44 4RA21IS047 SUKUMAR K
45 4RA21IS048 SWATHI K S Mrs. Nalini H C

(Phone: 8310967646)

46 4RA21IS049 SYED SADATH
47 4RA21IS050 TANUSHREE N
48 4RA21IS051 TANZEELA BANU
49 4RA21IS052 THUSHARA K
50 4RA21IS053 ULLAS B V
51 4RA21IS054 VARALAKSHMI D R
52 4RA21IS055 VARUNKUMAR C K
53 4RA21IS056 VEDALAKSHMI T P
54 4RA21IS057 VINAY N V
55 4RA21IS058 YADHAV M D
56 4RA21IS059 YASHASWINI R
57 4RA21IS060 YASHVANTH H N
58 4RA21IS061 YASHWANTH GOWDA B C
59 4RA21IS062 SHASHANK K
60 4RA21IS063 KISHORE M P
61 4RA22IS400 DARSHAN PRAKASH C P
62 4RA22IS401 GOWTHAMI S SHETTY
63 4RA22IS402 HITESH S KUMAR
64 4RA22IS403 KIRAN MALLAPPANAHALLI
65 4RA22IS404 SNEHA C S
66 4RA22IS405 VEDASHREE D R
67 4RA22IS406 VINAY P

Proctor Student List: 7th Sem(AY-2023-24)

 

SL NO USN Name of the Student Proctor Name
1 4RA20IS001 AISHWARYA B V Dr. Sharath M N

(Phone:9108719643)

2 4RA20IS002 AKASH D
3 4RA20IS003 ANKITH C R
4 4RA20IS004 BHOOMIKA C U
5 4RA20IS005 BHOOMIKA M
6 4RA20IS006 CHIRAG K V
7 4RA20IS007 CHITHRASHREE M
8 4RA20IS008 DYUTHI H
9 4RA20IS009 HARSHITHA C A
10 4RA20IS010 JAHNAVI K L
11 4RA20IS011 MOULYA C P
12 4RA20IS012 MUKTHA M R
13 4RA20IS013 MUKTHI A
14 4RA20IS014 NAYANA D Mr. Anil Kumar K N

(Phone: 9900481482)

15 4RA20IS015 POORNIMA RANGEGOWDA
16 4RA20IS016 PRATHAMA H P
17 4RA20IS018 RAQEEB BUN NISA
18 4RA20IS019 RUCHITHA J L
19 4RA20IS020 SACHITH GOWDA M
20 4RA20IS021 SAGAR GOWDA K M
21 4RA20IS022 SANJAY K R
22 4RA20IS023 SOUNDARYA B A
23 4RA20IS024 SPOORTHI H S
24 4RA20IS025 SUNITHA M T
25 4RA20IS026 TEJAS S S
26 4RA20IS027 THANUSHREE H G
27 4RA20IS028 VARSHA T R