Computer Science & Engineering

About Department

Annamacharya Institute of Technology and Sciences, Rajampet an autonomous Institute strives for global excellence and local relevance in research, teaching and technology development and has been providing the nourishment of fashioned future of the students from 20 years.

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering was started in the year 1998 and having a vibrant body of faculty with 35 in number (7 Professors, 8 Associate Professors and 20 Assistant Professors associated with the additional support of non-teaching and technical staff) intends to set the standards for the quality of education for approaching years.

The Department has exclusive five computer labs consisting of 287 terminals with latest configuration. All labs are LAN connected. Facilities are available for uninterrupted power supply and Internet Connectivity in all labs to enhance teaching and learning.

The main Objective of the Department is to produce matured engineering graduates with strong moral and professional convictions, interdisciplinary research capabilities and brace them for working in the industry. For making students to undertake the challenging tasks intellectually, socially and technically The Department is having industry ready curriculum with strong basics in the core Computer science and engineering Subjects.

To become an advanced learning centre in the field of Computer Science and Engineering that make knowledgeable, skilful, socially responsible and ethical professionals.

To provide matured engineering graduates, who can serve nation and solve real world problems, with strong moral and professional convictions and interdisciplinary research capabilities.

S.No. Programme Educational Objectives
PEO1 Technical Competence: To disseminate inclusive knowledge of fundamentals of engineering and modern computing practices, through advanced curriculum, enabling the graduates to synthesize novel ideas.
PEO2 Learning Environment: To sensitize the graduates with the efficacy of continuous learning reinforced through student-centric pedagogy that inculcates creative talents to survive and thrive in the profession.
PEO3 Sustainable Skills: To nurture professional behavior and industry-specific acumen in the students to effectively operate and sustain in heterogeneous work environments.
PEO4 Ethical Behavior: To help the students understand the ramifications of emerging computing technologies and ethical application of technical expertise to resolve contemporary challenges for the welfare of the nation.

HOD Profile

Dr.M.Rudra Kumar
Professor & HOD

List of BoS Members

Name of the Member
Dr. M. Rudra Kumar
Professor & Head, Dept. of CSE, AITS Rajampet.
Chairman
Mr. M.M. Venkatachalapathi
Assistant Professor, Dept. of C.S.E., A.I.T.S. Rajampet.
Mr. A. Vijaya Krishna
Assistant Professor, Dept. of C.S.E., A.I.T.S. Rajampet.
Ms. T. Nagalakshmi
Assistant Professor, Dept. of C.S.E., A.I.T.S. Rajampet.
Internal Members
Dr. Ch. Sudhakar
Associate Professor, Dept. of CSE, NIT, Warangal.
Dr. M. Gopichand
Professor & HOD – IT, Vardhaman College of Engineering, Hyderabad.
Outside Subject Experts
Dr. A. Rama Mohan Reddy,
Professor, Dept. of C.S.E., SV University, Tirupati.
University Nominee
Mr. Suman Kumar Reddy
Senior Software Engineer, ORACLE, Bangalore.
Representative from Industry
Dr. R. Obula Konda Reddy
Professor, Institute of Aeronautical Engineering, Hyderabad.
Meritorius Alumni

Bos Meeting Minutes

Programs Offered

UG PROGRAM
Program Name Overview
B.Tech – COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
  • Started with 40 seats in 1998.
  • Intake Increased to 60 in 1999.
  • Intake Increased to 90 in 2001.
  • Intake Increased to 120 in 2006.
  • Intake increased to 180in 2017.
  • Got 2nd Shift with Intake of 60 in 2017.
  • Accredited by NBA-AICTE in 2009 for 03 years.
  • Accredited by NAAC-Bangalore in 2015.
  • Autonomous Status from Academic Year 2011-12.
  • Accredited by Institute of Engineers India(IEI) in 2013.
PG PROGRAM
Program Name Overview
M.Tech – COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
  • Started with 18 Seats in 2006, Increased to 24 from 2012 Onwards.
UG B.Tech (CSE) - Programe Outcomes
S.No. Program Outcomes
PO1 Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO2 Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO3 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.
PO4 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.
PO5 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.
PO6 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.
PO7 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.
PO8 Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO9 Individual and Team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO10 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.
PO11 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.
PO12 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.
UG B.Tech (CSE) - Program Specific Outcomes
S.No. Program Specific Outcomes
PSO1 Understand the working of new hardware/software architectures and components and design solutions for real time problems.
PSO2 Model the computer based systems and design algorithms that explores understanding of the trade-offs involved on design choices.
PSO3 Design, develop and test system software and application software for distributed and centralized computing environments to varying domain and platforms.
PG M.Tech (CSE) - Programe Outcomes
S.No. Program Outcomes
PO1 An ability to independently carry out research /investigation and development work to solve practical problems.
PO2 ability to write and present a substantial technical report/document.
PO3 Students should be able to demonstrate a degree of mastery over the area as per the specialization of the program. The mastery should be at a level higher than the requirements in the appropriate bachelor program.

B.Tech & M.Tech Course Structure & Syllabus

B.Tech
Value Added Courses Year Wise List
2017-2018
Name of the value added courses (with 30 or more contact hours)offered during last five years Course Code Year of offering No. of times offered during the same year Year of discontinuation Number of students enrolled in the year Number of Students completing the course in the year
No SQL Databases (UG) NILL 2017 1 NILL 75 75
Advance Java Programming(UG) NILL 2017 1 NILL 71 71
Angular JS(UG) NILL 2017 1 NILL 62 62
Node JS(UG) NILL 2017 1 NILL 71 71
2016-2017
Name of the value added courses (with 30 or more contact hours)offered during last five years Course Code Year of offering No. of times offered during the same year Year of discontinuation Number of students enrolled in the year Number of Students completing the course in the year
Data Mining Tools(PG) NILL 2016 1 NILL 5 5
Open Source Web Technologies(PG) NILL 2016 1 NILL 5 5
Angular JS(UG) NILL 2016 1 NILL 78 78
No SQL Database(UG) NILL 2016 1 NILL 69 69
Linux Programming(UG) NILL 2016 1 NILL 62 62
2015-2016
Name of the value added courses (with 30 or more contact hours)offered during last five years Course Code Year of offering No. of times offered during the same year Year of discontinuation Number of students enrolled in the year Number of Students completing the course in the year
Data Mining Tools(PG) NILL 2015 1 NILL 8 8
Open Source Web Technologies(PG) NILL 2015 1 NILL 8 8
.NET Technologies(UG) NILL 2015 1 NILL 58 58
Android Application Development(UG) NILL 2015 1 NILL 59 59
Big Data(UG) NILL 2015 1 NILL 62 62
2014-2015
Name of the value added courses (with 30 or more contact hours)offered during last five years Course Code Year of offering No. of times offered during the same year Year of discontinuation Number of students enrolled in the year Number of Students completing the course in the year
Android Application Development(UG) NILL 2014 1 NILL 59 59
Node JS (UG) NILL 2014 1 NILL 52 52
Big Data(UG) NILL 2014 1 NILL 48 48
.NET Technologies(UG) NILL 2014 1 NILL 38 38
2013-2014
Name of the value added courses (with 30 or more contact hours)offered during last five years Course Code Year of offering No. of times offered during the same year Year of discontinuation Number of students enrolled in the year Number of Students completing the course in the year
Web Programming(UG) NILL 2013 1 NILL 54 54
Linux(UG) NILL 2013 1 NILL 57 57
.Net Technologies(UG) NILL 2013 1 NILL 55 55
Certification Courses

Teaching Faculty (2018-19)

1. Professors 2
2 Assistant Professors 28
S.No. Name of the Faculty Designation
1 Dr. M. Rudra Kumar Professor & Head
2 Dr. P.C. Senthil Mahesh Professor
3 K. Uday Kumar Reddy Assistant Professor
4 T.N. Ranganadham Assistant Professor
5 Dr. J. Krishna Assistant Professor
6 P. Phanindra Kumar Reddy Assistant Professor
7 G. Surya Narayana Assistant Professor
8 K.L.N.C. Prakash Assistant Professor
9 S. Suraj Kamal Assistant Professor
10 C.V. Lakshmi Narayana Assistant Professor
11 M.M. Venkata Chalapathi Assistant Professor
12 S. Aleem Basha Assistant Professor
13 A. Ramesh Babu Assistant Professor
14 M. Nageswara Prasadhu Assistant Professor
15 N. Penchalaiah Assistant Professor
16 J. Maruthi Nagendra Prasad Assistant Professor
17 A. Vijaya Krishna Assistant Professor
18 S. Salma Begum Assistant Professor
19 C. Naga Swaroopa Assistant Professor
20 C. Suguna Devi Assistant Professor
21 T. Naga Lakshmi Assistant Professor
22 B. Naveen Kumar Assistant Professor
23 S. Mahammad Rafi Assistant Professor
24 R. Ashok Kumar Assistant Professor
25 K. Rohini Assistant Professor
26 B. Aruna Kumari Assistant Professor
27 R. Rana prathap Assistant Professor
28 O. Narendra Reddy Assistant Professor
29 B. Mounika Assistant Professor
30 V. Monica Assistant Professor

Supporting Staff

S.No Name Designation
1 P Uma Maheswari DEO
2 KVK Durga Prasad DEO
3 S SatyaNarayana DEO
4 M Ramesh DEO
5 B Reddamma DEO

Sponsored Projects & Grants

SNo. NAME OF THE FACULTY Name of the Faculty Title Cost(Rs.) Sactioned Date Agency and Scheme Status
1 Principal Investigators – Dr.Vinit Kumar Gunjan-CSE,
Dr.Fahimuddin Shaik
Role : Co-Principal Investigator AITSR, *Co-PI- Mrs. Amita Kashyap-RRao AIMCS, UoH, Hyderabad
Feature Extraction from Medical Images Related to Tuberculosis Bacilli and Study of ADR on Quality of TB Patient Life Undergoing Short Course Observed Treatment 34.6 Lakhs (August 2016) SERB (DST) ECRA Scheme On-going
2 Dr. A.Subramanyam High Performance computing and Networkiing-14 [HPCN-14] 1.5 Lakhs (Feb-2014) AICTE-SEMINAR Completed
3 Dr.Asubramanyam High Performance computing and Networkiing-11 [HPCN-11] 1.5 Lakhs (August-2014) AICTE-SEMINAR Completed
4 Dr.A Subramanyam MODROBS 7.0 Lakhs AICTE-MODROBS Completed

Faculty Achivements

Faculty Contributions

International Conferences
S.No. Title of the paper Name of the author Name of the conference National / International Year of publication
2017-2018
1 Procuring Clever Architecture for Secure Scalable of Fine Grained Data Access Control in Agglutinated IoT and Cloud Arena C SUGUNA DEVI EECCMC International 2018
2 Deploying Edge Computing Nodes for Large-Scale IoT:A Diversity Aware Approach C SUGUNA DEVI ICRTESM-18 International 2018
3 Anatomizing the Influence of The Screen States and Radio Signaling in Energy Consumption of Smartphone C SUGUNA DEVI ICRTESM-18 International 2018
5 Low Consumption and Energy Efficient IoT Based on Wireless Sensor Network for Health Care System C SUGUNA DEVI NETSRM-18 International 2018
6 Procuring Clever Architecture for Secure Scalable of Fine Grained Data Access Control in Agglutinated IoT and Cloud Arena) R RANAPRATHAP EECCMC International 2018
7 Deploying Edge Computing Nodes for Large-Scale IoT:A Diversity Aware Approach R RANAPRATHAP ICRTESM-18 International 2018
8 Accurate and Efficient Mining for Confidence Colossal Patterns from High Dimensional Datasets: CDFP-Mine J.Krishna 9th International Conference on Recent Development in Engineering Science,Humanities and Management International 23th December 2017
9 Mining Competitors from Large Unstructured Datasets J.Krishna 12th International Conference on Science, Technology and Management International 31st March 2018
10 Vehicle Detection and Categorizing for toll charging system based on TESSERACT OCR using IoT A.vijaya krishna International Conference on Communications and Cyber Physical Engineering 2018 International Jan 2018
11 Security Threat identification using energy points Paul Rodrigues, SasiKumaran Sreedharan, Syed Asif Basha, PC Senthil Mahesh 2 nd international conference on Anti Cyber Crimes International March 2017
12 A Statistical data analytical model for Meta cognitive Reasoning Emotions in Intelligence Systems C V LAKSHMI NARAYANA 13th International Confernce International April-2018
13 Protected Information Recovery for Decentralized Detection in Wireless Sensor Networks N penchalaiah ICRTESM-18 International 2018
14 Protected Information Recovery for Decentralized Detection in Wireless Sensor Networks R RANAPRATHAP ICRTESM-18 International 2018
2016-2017
1 Optimal Feature Selection for multi valued Attributes using Transaction Weights as Utility Scale LNC Prakash K ICCII-17 International 2017
2. Presenting a new model for software cost estimation using Artificial Neural Networks S.Aleem Basha ICASES -17 International 2017
3 Clustering for High Dimensional Categorical Data Based on Text Similarity G.SuryaNarayana ICCIP-16 International 2016
2015-2016
1 a secure location based redeeming system Dr.A.Subramanyam,JMaruthi Nagendra Prasad ICECIT-2015
20-21 DEC 2015
International 2017
2 Internet of things as an approach of evolutionary practice in computer applications C SUGUNA DEVI, K SRAVANI ICIOTAS International 2016
3 Issues of security and confidentiality in Internet of things K SRAVANI, C SUGUNA DEVI ICIOTAS International 2016
4 A New Stratified Immune Based Approach for Clustering High Dimensional Categorical Data G.SuryaNarayana ICECIT-2015
20-21 DEC 2015
International 2017
2014-2015
1 Eliminating Two-Shake Problem in Cluster Analysis Using Jafar Surya Algorithm G.SuryaNarayana IEEE ICECCT International 2015
2 Performance comparison of TCP, UDP and TFRC in static wireless environment Raja
Ashok Kumar
ICECS – 2015 International 2015
2013-2014
1 A practition Approach for Node Localizability of wireless Ad-hoc and sensor networks C SUGUNA DEVI ICEECE International 2013
2 An Efficient Consenses function for Ensemble Clustering Algorithm G.SuryaNarayana ICICSE-2013 International 2013
National Conferences
S.No. Title of the paper Name of the author Name Of Conference National/International Year of publication
2017-2018
1 IoT based automatic parking system using RFID N.penchalaiah NC’e-TIMES #1.0 National Conference 14th and 15th March 2018
2 Lightweight Three-factor Authentication and Key Agreement Protocol for Internet-integrated WSN P Phanindra Kumar Reddy National Conference On Emerging Trends in Information , Management and Engineering Science ( NC’e-TIMES#1.0) National Conference 14th and 15th March 2018
3 ANT-Based Algorithm and grid Computing by Big Data Clustering P Phanindra Kumar Reddy National Conference On Emerging Trends in Information , Management and Engineering Science ( NC’e-TIMES#1.0) National Conference 14th and 15th March 2018
2016-2017
1 Data mining process related problems in financial applications S. M. Rafi NC’eTIDES-16 National Conference 2016
2 Use Data mining in education sector S. M. Rafi NC’eTIDES-16 National Conference 2016
3 Data mining process related problems in financial applications B. Naveen Kumar NC’eTIDES-16 National Conference 2016
4 Use Data mining in education sector B. Naveen Kumar NC’eTIDES-16 National Conference 2016
2015-2016
1 Traffic Pattern Based Content Leakage Detection For Trusted Content delivery networks A.Vijaya Krishna NC’e TIDES-15 National Conference 28-02-2015
2 Query Services Using Adl In Cost Effective Clouds A.VIJAYA KRISHNA NC’e TIDES-15 National Conference 28-02-2015
2014-2015
1 Fault Tolerance In Distributed Systems Using Fused Data Structures J.Krishna Nc’e-Tides-15 National Conference February, 2015
2 On The Price Of Security In Large Scale Wireless Adhoc Networks A.Vijaya Krishna HPCN-14 National Conference Feb 2014
3 Advanced Statistical Framework For Secure Anaonymity In Sensor Networks J Maruthi Nagendra Prasad HPCN-14 National Conference Feb 2014
4 Cooperative Caching For Effective Data Access In Disruption Tolerant Networks A Ramesh Babu Nc’e-Tides-15 National Conference February, 2015
5 Scalable Distributed Service Integrity Service Integrity Attestation For Software-As-A-Service Clouds C V Lakshmi Narayna Nc’e-Tides National Conference 28-02-2015
6 Secure Knowledge Retrival For Localized Military Networks C V Lakshmi Narayana Nc’e-Tides National Conference 28-02-2015
2013-2014
1. A Neighbor Coverage-Based Probabilistic Rebroadcast For Reducing Routing Overhead In Mobile Ad Hoc Networks J. Krishna HPCN-14, National Conference National Conference February, 2014
2 A System To Filter Unwanted Messages From Osn User Walls G.Surya narayana HPCN-14, National Conference National Conference February, 2014

Students Contributions

Internships

Year No. of students undertaking field projects / internships
2017-18 180
2016-17 91
2015-16 40
2014-15 15
2013-14 24

Placements

Academic year No of Students got placed Total Number of Final year Students
2017-2018 80 105
2016-2017 73 104
2015-2016 62 111
2014-2015 61 120
2013-2014 53 128

Higher Education

Admitted batch No of Students joined in Master’s degree Program
2014-2018 20
2013-2017 25
2012-2016 21
2011-2015 23
2010-2014 21
2009-2013 19

Sports & Cultural

Academic Year No of Students got Prizes in Sports and Games No of Students got Prizes in Cultural
Intra college Inter college
2017-2018 61 34
2016-2017 29 29 30
2015-2016 25 31 32
2014-2015 18 31 27
2013-2014 15 19 18

Academic Labs

S.No Lab Name Lab Configuration
1 BELL LAB Total Number of Clients : 67
IBM Think Centre
Configuration : Processor Pentium – IV @ 2.8 GHz, 256 MB RAM, 80 GB SATA Hard disk, CD ROM, 15” CRT Monitor, keyboard, Optical Mouse
2 JC LAB Number of Clients : 65
Lenovo
Configuration : Intel Dual Core CPU, 2 GB DDR3 RAM, 320GB Hard disk, LG LED Monitor
3 IBM LAB Number of Clients:65
Configuration:
Lenovo 3156AS4: Intel Core i3 -2120 Processor,4GB DDR3 RAM,250 GB Hard disk, Intel HD Graphics,18’’ LED Monitor
4 AARYABATTA LAB Number of Clients: 66
System Configuration:
Lenovo 3156AS4: Intel Pentium 32 -2120 Processor, 2GB DDR3 RAM, 500 GB Hard disk, Intel HD Graphics,17’’ LED Monitor
5 IOT LAB Number of Clients : 34
System Configuration:
HP: Intel i3 -7100 CPU,8GB DDR3 RAM,600GB HDD,18”LED Monitor
No of Arduino Boards:10
No of RasBerry PI3 Boards: 10
[humpty number of All types of Sesors]

Department Library

NUMBER OF BOOKS 315
INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS 12
NATIONAL JOURNALS 8
DIGITAL VOLUMES 55

Association Of Computing Sciences

Members Lists of ACS
Designation Name
Chairman Dr. M. Rudra Kumar, Professor & Head of the Deparment
Co-coordinators G.Keerthi, Assistant Professor
K.Rohini, Assistant Professor
Student Organizers K.SharathNagendra
M.Haritha
L.MohammadAfridhi
M.Bhanuprakash
C.Rachana
List Of Events Conducted
S.No Date Event Name
1 04/01/2019 Mini Trivia Game
2 14/12/2018 MCQ’s Test on Programming
3 26/09/2018 MCQ’s Test on C, Aptitude and English
4 05/09/2018 Fun Games
5 28/08/2018 Scavenger Hunt
6 20/07/2018 Technical Quiz on C & Data Structures
7 12/07/2018 Debate on Social Networking
8 05/07/2018 Film Quiz
9 28/03/2018 GATE Mock Test
10 21/03/2018 Code ManiACS
11 14/03/2018 Code ManiACS
12 07/03/2018 Code ManiACS
13 03/03/2018 Code ManiACS
14 28/02/2018 Code ManiACS
15 21/02/2018 MCQ,s Test on Programming
16 24/01/2018 MCQ,s Test on Programming
17 10/01/2018 MCQ,s Test on Programming
18 03/01/2018 Programming Skills
19 27/12/2017 Contest on Programming Skills
20 25/12/2017 MCQ,s Test on Programming
21 20/12/2017 MCQ,s Test on Programming
22 29/10/2017 Workshop on Web Designing
23 25/10/2017 Programming Skills
24 21/10/2017 Programming Skills
25 21/08/2017 Quiz on Programming, General Awareness and Aptitude
26 12/10/2017 Film Quiz

Student Technical Symposiums

NSS

Guest Lectures for Students

Guest Lectures for Faculties