Master of Computer Applications

Master of Computer Applications

About Department

The Department of MCA was established in the academic year 2008-09 with the intake of 60 and now it has reached 180 affiliated to Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Anantapur, Anantapur. It strives hard to develop world class, self disciplined computer professionals who will be responsible for uplifting the economical status of our Nation and humanity.

To become globally prominent and significant in the areas of academics and research keeping the aim of developing competitive professionals to serve the society and to light on the needs of ever changing software industry.

  • To enable the students to be knowledgeable and creative by developing state–of-the-art curriculum and through innovative teaching methodologies.
  • Providing training programs that bridges the gap between academia and industry to produce competitive software professionals.
  • To inculcate values and ethics in the students enabling them to become socially committed professionals.
  • To enhance the research quality and productivity, by providing required facilities and industry collaboration.

S.No. Programme Educational Objectives
PEO1 Practice software engineering principles and standards to develop software to meet customer requirements across verticals.
PEO2 Contribute to build sustainable and inclusive applications using mathematical, simulation and meta-heuristic models.
PEO3 Demonstrate entrepreneurial qualities through individual competence and team work.
PEO4 Achieve successful professional career with integrity and societal commitments leading to lifelong learning.

MCA graduates of Annamacharya Institute of Technology & Sciences (Autonomous) will able to do the following at the time of graduation.

PO1 Computational Knowledge: Acquire in-depth computational knowledge and mathematics with an ability to abstract and conceptualize models from defined problems and requirements.
PO2 Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, conduct literature survey and solve complex computing problems through analysis as well as provide optimal solutions.
PO3 Design/Development of Solutions: Design and evaluate solutions for complex problems, components or processes that meet specified needs after considering public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental factors.
PO4 Conduct investigations of complex Computing problems: Conduct literature survey to analyze and extract information relevant to unfamiliar problems and synthesize information to provide valid conclusions and interpret data by applying appropriate research methods, tools and design experiments.
PO5 Modern Tool Usage: Create, select, adapt and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern IT tools to complex computing system activities, with an understanding of the limitations.
PO6 Professional Ethics: Understand and commit to professional ethics and cyber regulations, responsibilities, and norms of professional computing practices
PO7 Life-long Learning: Engage in lifelong learning independently for continual development to improve knowledge and competence as a computing professional
PO8 Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of management principles and apply these to multidisciplinary software development as a team member and manage projects efficiently as a leader considering economical and financial factors.
PO9 Communication Efficacy: Understand and communicate effectively with the computing community and with society at large, regarding complex computing systems activities confidently and effectively by writing effective reports and design documentations by adhering to appropriate standards, make effective presentations and give/receive clear instructions.
PO10 Societal and Environmental Concern: Understand responsibilities and consequences based on societal, environmental, health, safety, legal and cultural issues within local and global contexts relevant to professional computing practices.
PO11 Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, as a member or leader in diverse teams in multidisciplinary environments.
PO12 Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Identify a timely opportunity for entrepreneurship and use innovation to pursue and create value addition for the betterment of the individual and society at large.

MCA graduates will be able to

S.No. Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
PSO1 Solve real world computing system problems of various industries by understanding and applying the principles of mathematics, computing techniques and business concepts
PSO2 Design, test, develop and maintain desktop, web, mobile and cross platform software applications using modern tools and technologies

HOD Profile

Dr.C.Madhan Kumar Reddy
Assoc.Professor & HOD

Course Structure

1 1-1497285323 Dr.N.Mallikarjuna Rao Professor 13/10/1999 M.C.A, M.Phil, M.Tech, Ph.D. 237213
2 1-3555662073 Dr.C.Madana Kumar Reddy Associate Professor & Head 01-11-2016 M.C.A, Ph.D. 239357
3 1-1489162223 P.Kavitha Assistant Professor 17/06/2007 M.Sc.,(IS), M.Tech 239877
4 N.Manoj Kumar Raju Assistant Professor 01-01-2018 M.C.A
5 B.Harikrishna Assistant Professor 22/11/2022 M.C.A. 240813
6 C.Bhargavi Assistant Professor 27/01/2022 M.C.A. 292759
7 B.Subbanna Assistant Professor 01-03-2022 M.C.A
8 B.Bujji Assistant Professor 01-03-2022 M.Sc.,(CS)
9 S.Mastan Assistant Professor 31/03/2022 M.C.A. 292771
10 K.Reddaiah Assistant Professor 01-05-2022 M.C.A.
11 M.Hari Babu Assistant Professor 15/06/2022 M.C.A. 292770
12 M.Swathi Assistant Professor 18-07-2022 M.C.A
13 J.Harikrishna Assistant Professor 27/07/2022 M.C.A. 292777
14 S.Haseena Assistant Professor 06-10-2022 M.C.A.

List of Non Teaching Staff

S.No Name Designation
1 A.Sathyavathi DEO
2 S.Sai Kumar Sub-Staff
3 T.Venkata Ramana Sub-Staff

Amount of Industrial Consultancy earned ( in lakhs of rupees) Nil
No. of sponsored research projects completed Nil
No. of Patents produced 01
No. of sponsored research projects in progress Nil
No. of papers published in International Journals 29
No. of papers published in National Journals 02
No. of papers presented in International Conferences/Seminars 12
No. of papers presented in National Conferences/Seminars 04
No. of International Conferences Conducted Nil
No. of National Conferences Conducted 06
No. of training Programmes/Short Term Courses Conducted 04

Microsoft Innovation Center

The department has good Air Conditioned Computer Laboratory equipped with advanced configurations. All the computers are networked and protected from all known viruses and firewall to have complete data security. To ensure continues usability of computers to the students, all the computers have a power backup with uninterrupted power supply (UPS) up to 5 hours. Essential licensed software is provided to all systems to support the academic curriculum.

S.NO MIC LAB Name of the Lab Equipemtnt
         1         LENOVO 3156AS4 : DESKTOP Intel H61 Chipset : Intel Core i3-2120 Processor 4GB DDR3 RAM 250GB Hard Disk 18.5 Wide LED Monitor USB Key Board & Mouse
              2         LCD Projector (ViVetek)   D-Link 24 port Switches   ESSAR Delta H-20 KVA OL UPS   With SMF Batteries   EPSON Dot Matrix Printer  

SNO. Name of the Faculty Title of the Paper Name of the Journal/Publisher Date
1 N.Mallikarjuna Rao Intuitionistic fuzzy rough sets and fruit fly algorithm for association rule mining International Journal of System Assurance Engineering and Management Jan-22
2 C.Madana Kumar Reddy Humidity as well as Temperature  Tracking Related  Internet  of Things with Arduino UNO International Journal of humanities, Law and Social Sciences May-22
3 N.Narsimha Prasad Patient Monitoring System in the context of Artificial Intelligence in ICU Bulletin of Environment, Pharmacology and Life Sciences April 2022
4 P.Swathi Packet Procceding Attacks In Mobile Adhoc Networks:Security and Reliable Detection International Journal of Advanced Reseach in Science and Engineering Jan-22
1 N.Mallikarjuna Rao Outcome-based education: a paramount model for higher educational institutions in india International journal of continuing engineering education and life-long learning oct2021
2 P.Swathi Enhancement of Degraded Images via Fuzy Intensification Model . INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CYBERNETICS,COGNITION AND MACHINE LEARNING APPLICATIONS Airl 2021
3 C.Sasidhar Outcome-based education: a paramount model for higher educational institutions in india International journal of continuing engineering education and life-long learning oct2021
4 N.Mallikarjuna Rao Outcome-based education: a paramount model for higher educational institutions in India International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Leaning Aug-21
1 P.Kavitha A Speculative Model to explore Data Hub and QoS in IAAS Cloud Computing Systems International journal of Engineering  Research Jan-20
2 N.Mallikarjuna Rao Improving knowledge and competency of students in higher educational institutions by employing Lean Six Sigma model Int. J. Six Sigma and Competitive Advantage, Nov-20
3 V.Satyendra Kumar Seasonal forecasting of mobile data traffic in GSM networks with linear trend Journal of Applied Science and Engineering oct2020
4 C.Sasidhar Improving knowledge and competency of students in higher educational institutions by employing Lean Six Sigma model Int. J. Six Sigma and Competitive Advantage, Nov-20
1 C.Madana Kumar Reddy Health Monitoring system by using IOT device in the realtime environment International journal of Engineering  Research Oct-19
2 P.Kavitha Mobility Pattern Probing of Mobile Users using Call Data Record Dataset International journal of Engineering  Research Nov-19
1. Dr. N.Mallikharjuna Rao Minimizing network cost by employing sliding window method at mobile switching centers in GSM network Int. J. Mobile Network Design and Innovation (Inderscience Publishers) 2018
2. V.Sathyendra Kumar A Study on Call Data Records in Data Centres: Incoming Calls and Outgoing Calls International Journal of Engineering and Techniques 2018
3. P.Kavitha A Study on call data records in data centers incoming calls and outgoing calls International Journal of Engineering and Techniques May, 2018
4. V.Sathyendra Kumar Time Series Analysis with CDR Datasets in Mobile Networks International Conference on Recent Trends in Science and Management 23rd Novemnber and 24th November 2018
5. Dr. N.Mallikharjuna Rao Minimizing Network Cost by employing Sliding Window Method at Mobile Switching Center in GSM Network International Conference on Recent Trends in Science and Management 23rd Novemnber and 24th November 2018
6. Dr. N.Mallikharjuna Rao Measurement of Mobile Switching Centres Throughput in GSM Network Integrating Sliding Window Algorithm with a Multiple Channel Finite Queuing Model Welfenia Journal 2017
7. Dr. C.Madana Kumar Reddy Knowledge-Based Decision Support System for Analyzing the Relevancies of Various Attributes Based on Their Characteristics IGI Global 2017
8. V.Sathyendra Kumar An Empirical Study on Mobile Call Data using SPSS International Conference on Recent Trends in Computing Technology 21st April, 2017
9. V.Sathyendra Kumar A Study on the performance of Mobile Call Data in Cellular Networks International Conference on Advanced Technologies in Engineering, Management and Sciences 16th & 17th November, 2017
10. V.Sathyendra Kumar A Prediction Analysis and Performance Improvements of Mobile call data using clustering Algorithm National Conference on Recent Innovations in Engineering and Technology 15th and 16th December, 2017