Computer Science Engineering



ABOUT COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGINEERING

The Department of Computer Science is one of the oldest Department of Engineering in CVRU constituents units of the Faculty of Computer Sciences. It was established in the year 2007 with the objective of producing IT professionals of international standard and to primary fulfil requirements of booming IT industry and develop researchers. The Department offers DIPLOMA, UG, PG, and Research Programmes. The department is committed to provide quality higher education on the field of Computer Science & Engineering with the understanding, knowledge and practical competence to participate in a long revolution. The knowledge will enable you to understand and foresee the great changes and challenges that Computer Science presents to the world, now and in the future. Besides teaching there is also doubt removal session. The department has specialized laboratories such as Networking Lab, Advance Programing Lab, Data Base &Unix Lab and Project Lab. The department provides opportunities for carrying project by students under joint supervision of the faculty and experts from industry.

FACULTIES WITH THEIR EXPERIENCE & SPECIALIZATION
S.No Name Specialization Total Experience Designation Photo
1 Dr.Rohit Kumar Miri
 9752114850
 rohitmiri@cvru.ac.in
Data Mining & ML 11 Years 3 Month Head & Associate Professor
2 Dr. S. R. Tandan
  9993023748
  srtandan@cvru.ac.in
Soft Computing and ML 10 Years 2 Month Associate Professor
3 Mrs. Amrita Verma
  8821964509
  amrita.85024@gmail.com
NLP 12 Years Assistant Professor
4 Mr.Amit Kumar Dewangan
  9691168068
  amit.nitrr@gmail.com
Text Mining & ML 7 Years 2 Month Assistant Professor
5 Mr. Praveen Chouksey
  9302009302
  praveenchouksey1984@gmail.com
Image Processing 9 Years Assistant Professor
6 Mr. Sunil Sharma
 7000389317
 sunilsharma711@gmail.com
Steganography 9 Years Assistant Professor
7 Mr.Vivek Shukla
 9827185090
 vivekcvru19@gmail.com
Network Security & ML Neural Network 11 Years Assistant Professor
8 Mrs.Yukti Kesharwani
 7000827846
 yuktikesharwani20@gmail.com
Networking 12 Years Assistant Professor
9 Ms. Shagufta Farzana
 9827410223
 shagufta.farzana@gmail.com
Data Mining 9 Years Assistant Professor
10 Ms.Shubhangi Pathak
 8817879311
 shubhangipathak94@gmail.com
Image Processing 2 Years Assistant Professor
11 Mr.Anip Singh Baghel
 8435324271
 singhanip@gmail.com
- 11 Years Lab Assistant
12 Mr.Ved Prakash Soni
 9993383988
 vedsoni7@gmail.com
- 9 Years Lab Assistant
13 Mr.Arun Pratap Singh
 8962250208
 aruncvru20@gmail.com
- 9 Years Lab Assistant
PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGINEERING
Polytechnic (CSE)

The 3 years Diploma programme in Computer Science and Engineering is meant for the students who have passed 10th standard. In an outstanding education environment complemented by superior teaching for its students to flourish in the program, the major areas of teaching include Algorithms, System Programming, Operating System, Data Structures, Computer Architecture & Organization, Image Processing, DBMS, Microprocessor, Systems Analysis and Design Computer Networks, Graphics, Computer Maintenances, etc.

Close interaction with the industry has led to the evolution of a teaching system, which produces diligent and erudite engineers. The students get an exposure to various aspects of computer hardware, software and practical handling of computers.

The aim of Diploma Course is to strive for excellence in creating, applying and imparting knowledge in computer science and engineering through comprehensive educational programmes and service to professional societies, the community and the Nation.

The department has highly qualified & dynamic staff to motivate the students through mini projects & competitions. The exhaustive course has been designed to meet the demands of the current trend of an IT industry.

Program Outcome
  1. PO1.To prepare students to excel in Information Technology Diploma programme for immediate employment or to succeed in computing industry profession through quality education. (Preparation)

  2. PO2.To provide students with a solid foundation in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals required to solve computing and information technology problems.(Technical Competence)

  3. PO3.To train students with good scientific and Information technology breadth so as to comprehend and create innovative computing and Information technology products and solutions for real life problems. (Scope)

  4. PO4.To inculcate in students professional and ethical attitude, communication skills, team work skills, multi-disciplinary approach and an ability to relate computer engineering issues with social awareness. (Professionalism)

  5. PO5.To provide students with academic environment aware of excellence leadership and the life-long learning needed for a successful profession career as an engineers, technocrat, administrator or an entrepreneur. (Learning Environment)

  6. PO6.To impart world class value based technical education in all aspects of Computer Science and Engineering through state of the art infrastructure and innovative approach.

  7. PO7.To produce ethical, motivated and skilled engineers through theoretical knowledge and practical applications.

  8. PO8.To inculcate ability for tackling simple to complex problems individually as well as in a team.

  9. PO9.To develop globally competent engineers with strong foundations, capable of out of the box thinking so as to adapt to the rapidly changing scenarios requiring socially conscious green computing solutions.

Program Specific Outcome
  1. PSO1.Able to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and in different streams of Engineering.

  2. PSO2.Able to demonstrate skills to use modern engineering tools and software to analyze technical problems.

  3. PSO3.Able to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems related to Information Technology.

  4. PSO4.Able to develop logic and programming skills through immersion in the fundamental programming.

  5. PSO5.Able to demonstrate knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities.

  6. PSO6.Able to demonstrate effective communication skills of computer subjects, in both oral and written forms.

  7. PSO7.Able to demonstrated leadership and capability to participate in teamwork in an environment with different disciplines of engineering, science and business.

  8. PSO8.Able to develop confidence for self-education, teamwork and ability for life-long learning.

  9. PSO9.Able to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

Bachelor of Engineering (CSE)

B.E. (Computer Science and Engineering) is a full-time undergraduate Engineering course. The duration of this course is 4 years divided into 8 semesters. Candidates have to pass their 10+2 examinations in science stream or an equivalent examination from a recognized board. Candidates who have passed their higher secondary examination with 55% of marks in science stream are eligible for this course.

B.E. (Computer Science and Engineering) course deals with the construction, design, maintenance, operation of computer software and hardware. This course introduces the software and hardware aspects of both computer applications and computer design.

Admission to B.E. (Computer Science and Engineering) course is based on entrance exam. After completing this course, candidates may get opportunities in the areas like Software Companies Telecommunication Companies, Colleges and Universities, Manufacturing Companies, Financial Services, Aerospace and Defence, Healthcare Sector, Agricultural Sector, Retail Sector, etc. These graduates may work in positions like Application Consultant, Computer Engineer, Network Administrator, System Administrator, Mobile Application Developer, etc. The average salary for these professionals ranges between INR 3 to 15 Lacs per annum based on their experience and expertise in this field.

Program Outcome
  1. PO1.Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety,cultural, societal and environmental considerations.

  2. PO2.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.

  3. PO3.Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.

  4. PO4.Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.

  5. PO5.An ability to analyze a problem, and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution

  6. PO6.An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs

  7. PO7.Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual and as a memberor leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

  8. PO8.Communication: Communicate effectively on complex Engineering activitieswith 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.

  9. PO9.Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding ofthe 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 multi-disciplinary environments.

  10. PO10.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 Outcome
  1. PSO1.Practice as computing professionals (appropriate to the description of the Computer Science and Engineering program described above), conducting research and/or leading, designing, developing, or maintaining projects in various technical areas;

  2. PSO2.Apply the ethical and social aspects of modern computing technology to the design, development, and usage of computing artifacts; and,

  3. PSO3.Enhance their skills and embrace new computing technologies through self-directed professional development and post-graduate training or education.

  4. PSO4.Possess practical and theoretical knowledge of computer science and software engineering sufficient to earn a living and contribute to the economic development of the region, state and nation.

  5. PSO5.Understand and respect the professional standards of ethics expected of computer scientists and software engineers and appreciate the social impact of computing.

Master of Technology (CSE)

M.Tech (Computer Science and Engineering) is a 2-year postgraduate degree course. The course is divided into 4 semesters. The basic eligibility for pursuing M.Tech in Computer Science is a bachelor’s degree in engineering with a minimum of 50% marks. A valid GATE score is also needed.

The future computer professionals efficiently carry out duties comprising of System Development, Data Organization, Software Devices, Supervision Information Systems, Networking and Hardware Engineering, and Application Design and improvement. This course provides job prospects in a number of private sectors like Teaching, Entertainment, Retail, Banking, Finance etc. Students can work as an Application Developer, Business Systems Analyst, Computer Operator, Client Server Systems Manager etc. after completing M. Tech. in Computer Science course.

Program Outcome
  1. PO1.Ability to acquire and apply in-depth knowledge in the area of Computer Science and contribute to the state-of-art.

  2. PO2.Ability to Design & Conduct Experiments, as well as analyze & Interpret Data.

  3. PO3.Ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, ethical, manufacturability, and sustainability.

  4. PO4.An ability to function, manage and lead multidisciplinary teams.

  5. PO5.Ability to identify, formulate & solve problems, conduct research and critically examine the outcomes and take corrective actions.

  6. PO6.An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.

  7. PO7.An ability to communicate effectively.

  8. PO8.To understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.

  9. PO9.A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning

  10. PO10. A knowledge of contemporary issues.

  11. PO11.An ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

Program Specific Outcome
  1. PSO1.Apply knowledge of recent computing technologies, skills and current tools of computer science and engineering.

  2. PSO2.Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data

  3. PSO3.Knowledge of contemporary research issues in the different areas of computer science and engineering

  4. PSO4.Ability to explore research gaps, analyze and carry out research in the specialized/emerging areas.

  5. PSO5.Design software systems, components, or processes to meet identified needs within economic, environmental and social constraints.

  6. PSO6.Ability to express/present ideas in an impressive and professional manner.

  7. PSO7.Recognize the need to engage in lifelong learning through continuing education and research.

  8. PSO8.Ability to work in multidisciplinary and multicultural environment.

  9. PSO9.Ability to become entrepreneur based upon societal needs.

  10. PSO10.An understanding of professional, social and ethical responsibilities.

Master of Technology (SE)

M. Tech. (Software Engineering) is a postgraduate degree course which spans 2 years and these 2 years are divided into 4 semesters. The major areas of focus in the course are the development, designing, modifying and managing the software programs.

This course has a wide scope in terms of career prospects. A lot many engineering courses are as it is very popular in the current times, but software engineering particularly becomes one such course which has a lot of scope in the future to come.

The main reason for its popularity is because of the coming of new technology and the on-going research in the technological field. The technological advancements require software development; hence M.Tech. Software Engineering course has proved itself to be most likely in demand.

Program Outcome
  1. PO1.Ability to acquire and apply in-depth knowledge in the area of Digital Communication and contribute to the state-of-art.

  2. PO2.An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering in practice

  3. PO3.An ability to identify, critically analyze, formulate and solve engineering problems with comprehensive knowledge in the area of specialization

  4. PO4.An ability to select modern engineering tools and techniques and use them with dexterity

  5. PO5.An ability to design a system and process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as health, safety, security and manufacturability

  6. PO6.An ability to contribute by research and innovation to solve engineering problems

Program Specific Outcome
  1. PSO1.An ability to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a contemporary, global, economical, environmental, and societal context for sustainable development

  2. PSO2.An ability to appreciate the importance of goal setting and to recognize the need for life-long reflective learning

  3. PSO3.Exhibit Technical skills necessary to choose careers in the design, installation, testing, management and operation of Software Engineering.

LABORATORIES (FACILITIES & DESCRIPTIONS)

Library

ECE Library - Dr C V Raman University,Kota(C.G.)

The Department has a well-stocked library with 100 books on a variety of topics in the Computer Science arena. Besides books, the library possesses tools and technology CDs, journals, project and seminar reports, lab manuals and question banks. The collection is strong in all aspects, with special strengths in C programming, Python, Java Programming, Software Engineering, Automata Theory, System Programming, Computer Architecture and Organization, Data Structures, Microprocessors, Database Management System, Java Programming, Computer Networking, Data Security, Artificial Intelligence, Biometric Security, etc. and also books on Digital Electronics, Humanities, Management and Aptitude, etc.. Library has a reading room with newspapers, technical journals and magazines.

Laboratories

IoT LAB

IoT-LAB provides full control of network nodes and direct access to the gateways to which nodes are connected, allowing researchers to monitor nodes energy consumption and network-related metrics, e.g. end-to-end delay, throughput or overhead. The facility offers quick experiments deployment, along with easy evaluation, results collection and analysis. Defining complementary testbeds with different node types, topologies and environments allows for coverage of a wide range of real-life use-cases.

UML LAB

UML (or Unified Modeling Language) is a software engineering language that was developed to create a standard way of visualizing the design of a system. And UML Class Diagrams describe the structure of a system by showing the system's classes and how they relate to one another. UML Lab Services« enable you to use model-based software engineering with UML in your StarUML IDE whenever you need it.

MATLAB LAB

The lab Installed with MATLAB software, provides solution to data scientists, automatic control simulation etc. It provides multi paradigm numerical computing environment for solving computer based numerical problems.

DBMS LAB

The Lab is dedicated for Database related practicals. High configuration computer systems installed with softwares like Oracle Server, MySQL are used by the students to execute their Database related projects and assignments.

JAVA PROGRAMMING LAB

Departmental Computer Labs consist of Licensed Software under Microsoft campus agreement and MATLAB with Simulink Performance Tools like Image Processing Tool Box, Neural Network Tool Box, Wavelet Transforms Toolbox, Filter Design Toolbox, and Communication Toolbox.

C/C++ PROGRAMMING LAB

The lab is installed with all important editors like CodeBlock, Dev C++ provides a dual operating system environment where the students can learn to execute C and C++ programs in all types of environments.

ALGORITHMS LAB

The lab provides requisite environment for Design and Analysis of Algorithms for solving complex problems in the field of computer science. Students execute all data structure and other algorithm related practicals in the lab. The latest platforms/compilers are provided to the students to run their programs.

UNIX & LINUX LAB

The students receive hands on practical experience in the field of System Administration, System Engineering, Hacking and Security. Red Hat Linux Administration is the key practice in this lab.

PROJECTS LAB

The lab is dedicated for the students to develop their Minor and Major projects. All project related software are installed in this lab to fulfil the requirements of development.

RESEARCH
S.NO NAME TITLE NATIONAL/ INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE/ JOURNAL YEAR
1 Dr.Rohit Kumar Miri Performance Of Novel Based Fuzzy Association Rules To Reduced Computational Data Sets By Row Counts International Journal 2016
2 Dr.Rohit Kumar Miri Pseudo Code To Eliminate Unwanted Data Sets For Fuzzy Mining Association Rule International Journal 2015
3 Dr.Rohit Kumar Miri A Survey Paper On Association Rule Mining Using Fuzzy Logic International Journal 2015
4 Dr.Rohit Kumar Miri Prediction Of Data Sets By Using Fuzzy Mining Association Rule International Journal 2015
5 Dr.Rohit Kumar Miri Exploration Of Novel Algorithm For Reduced Computational Time By Using Fuzzy Classification Technique In Data Mining International Journal 2013
6 Dr.Rohit Kumar Miri Fuzzy Association Rule By Classification Technique International Journal 2016
7 Dr.Rohit Kumar Miri Performance Of Novel Based Fuzzy Association Rules To Reduced Computational Data Sets By Row Counts International Journal 2016
8 Dr.Rohit Kumar Miri Positive And Negative Approach For Association Rule In Data Mining Techniques International Journal 2016
9 Dr.Rohit Kumar Miri Prediction Of Stock Market Using Financial News Analysis And Supervised Data Mining Technique International Journal 2016
10 Dr.Rohit Kumar Miri Web Information Retrieval Using Python And Beautifulsoup International Journal 2016
11 Dr.Rohit Kumar Miri An Intrusion Detection System For Identifying Attacks Using Classification Technique International Journal 2017
12 Dr.Rohit Kumar Miri Survey On Techniques For Enhancing The Quality Of Satellite Images International Journal 2017
13 Dr.Rohit Kumar Miri A Hybrid Technique For Creating Classification Model Using Random Committee And Voted Perceptron Classifier International Journal 2017
14 Dr.Rohit Kumar Miri A Method For Mobile Robot To Navigate In Dynamic Environment Using Fuzzy Approach International Journal 2017
15 Dr.Rohit Kumar Miri Trapriori Classification Based Algorithm By Fuzzy Techniques To Reduced Time Complexity International Journal 2014
16 Dr. S. R. Tandan A Brief Review on Discourse Analysis International Conference 2019
17 Dr. S. R. Tandan A Review on Detection of Sarcasm using Machine Learning International Conference 2019
18 Dr. S. R. Tandan Development of Anti-Phishing Model for International Journal 2015
19 Dr. S. R. Tandan Classification of Phishing E-mail International Journal 2015
20 Dr. S. R. Tandan Shielding android application against reverse engineering International Journal 2013
21 Dr. S. R. Tandan Stock Market Prediction with Various Technical Indicators Using Neural Network Techniques International Journal 2015
22 Dr. S. R. Tandan A Method For Mobile Robot To Navigate In Dynamic Environment Using Fuzzy Approach International Journal 2016
23 Dr. S. R. Tandan Trapriori Classification Based Algorithm By Fuzzy Techniques To Reduced Time Complexity International Journal 2016
24 Dr. S. R. Tandan Neuro-Fuzzy Based Integrated and Optimized Search Engine for Effective and Reliable Information Retrieval System International ACM Conference 2016
25 Dr. S. R. Tandan Development of Virtual Infrastructure in Academic Premises for Better Utilization of Computing Resources International Journal 2014
26 Dr. S. R. Tandan A Novel Approach for Face Detection and Recognition with Multi Scale Color Restoration Technique Using Combination of Knowledge Based and Feature Segmentation International Journal 2014
27 Dr. S. R. Tandan Cloud Resource Optimization Based on E.C.C.with D.H. and Efficient Scheduling Algorithm International Journal 2017
28 Dr. S. R. Tandan N-ary Relation Approach for Open Domain Question Answering System Based on Information Extraction through World Wide Web International Journal 2015
29 Mrs. Amrita Verma Knowledge of Word Alignment Position Related To Parallel English-Hindi Sentences. International Journal 2013
30 Mrs. Amrita Verma Translation of Speech from Speech: A Review. International Journal 2016
31 Mrs. Amrita Verma Internet of Things (IoT): A Review. International Journal 2016
32 Mr.Amit kumar Dewangan Identification and Classification of Heart Disease with Feature Selection. International Journal  
33 Mr.Amit kumar Dewangan An Ensemble Model for Identification of Phishing Website. International Journal 2017
34 Mr.Amit kumar Dewangan An Intrusion Detection System for Identifying Attacks using Classification Technique. International Journal 2017
35 Mr.Amit kumar Dewangan Analysis and Comparison of Models for Classification of Diabetic Disease. International Journal 2017
36 Mr.Amit kumar Dewangan Classification of Heart Disease Using Various Classification Techniques. International Journal 2017
37 Mr.Amit kumar Dewangan An Ensemble Model for Classification of Retinopathy Diabetic using Data Mining Technique. International Journal 2017
38 Mr.Amit kumar Dewangan Classification of Diabetes Mellitus Using Machine Learning Techniques. International Journal 2018
39 Mr.Amit kumar Dewangan An Ensemble Model for classification of attacks with feature selection based on KDD99 and NSL-KDD data set. International Journal 2016
40 Mr.Amit kumar Dewangan A Rule Based Http Anomaly Classifier. International Journal 2014
41 Mr.Amit kumar Dewangan Classification of Thyroid Disease with Feature Selection Technique. International Journal 2014
42 Mr.Amit kumar Dewangan Facial expression recognition: A review. International Journal 2016
43 Mr.Amit kumar Dewangan Performance evaluation and implementation of facial expression and emotion recognition system using principal component analysis. International Journal 2016
44 Mr.Amit kumar Dewangan Classification of thyroid disease : A survey. International Journal 2016
45 Mr.Amit kumar Dewangan Classification of Banknote Authentication using Data Mining Techniques. International Journal 2016
46 Mr.Amit kumar Dewangan Classification And Compare of Health Care Datasets using Machine Learning. International Journal 2019
47 Mr.PraveenChouksey .Impact Of Using Mobile Sink Routing Protocols For Wireless Sensor NetworksAn Enhance Color Visual Cryptography Scheme International Journal 2016
48 Mr.PraveenChouksey Development Of Virtual Infrastructure In Academic Premises for Better Utilization of Computing Resources Computing Resources International Journal 2016
49 Mr. Sunil Sharma An Enhance LSB Watermark Approach for Robustness and Security in uncompressed AVI Video International Journal 2014
50 Mr. Sunil Sharma An Enhanced Video Watermarking Approach for Robustness And Security Using Pixel And Transform Domain in An Uncompressed Video International Journal 2014
51 Mr. Sunil Sharma A New Approach for Congestion Control for TCP/AQM System in Wireless Network Environment International Journal 2015
52 Mr. Sunil Sharma Robust PID Controllers for Time Delay Systems in Wireless Network Environment International Journal 2015
53 Mr. Sunil Sharma A Novel Video Watermarking Method for Reliability and Security in an Avi Video Using Least Significant Bit International Journal 2017
54 Mr. Sunil Sharma A Survey on Video Watermarking Method for Reliability and Security in Video Using Least Significant Bit International Journal 2016
55 Mr. Sunil Sharma A Survey paper on face detection and recognition with Genetic Algorithm International Journal 2016
56 Mr. Sunil Sharma Face Detection and Recognition through Skin and Color Based Approach Using Genetic Algorithm International Journal 2016
57 Mr. Sunil Sharma A Video Watermarking Approach Using 2-Level Wavelet Transforms Technique and Secure from Removal Attacks International Journal 2016
58 Mr.Vivek Shukla A Rule Based Approach for Detecting Phishing Attacks International Journal 2014
59 Mr.Vivek Shukla Improving Quality of Satellite Images Using Enhancement Filters and Fuzzy Based Contrast Enhancement Technique International Journal 2015
60 Mr.VivekShukla Survey on Techniques for Enhancing the Quality of Satellite Images International Journal 2016
61 Mr.VivekShukla Evaluating Scheduling Algorithm In Grid Computing International Journal 2017
62 Mr.VivekShukla Google Colab Based Analysis of Web Links using Python Library International Journal 2018
63 Mrs.YuktiKesharwani Spam mail filtering through data mining approach-A comparative performance analysis International Journal  
64 Mrs.YuktiKesharwani Comparative study on E-mail spam classifier using feature selection techniques International Journal 2015
65 Mrs.YuktiKesharwani An efficient classifier using multilayer perceptron for classification of liver patient International Journal 2016
66 Mrs.YuktiKesharwani Node Placement Methodology for wireless Sensor Networks :A Survey International Journal  
67 Mrs.YuktiKesharwani Enhanced Data mining Technique for Intrusion Detection using Data mining tool International Journal 2018
68 Mrs.YuktiKesharwani Validating Human Behaviour Profile By Fuzzy Control Logic International Journal 2018
69 Mrs.YuktiKesharwani Spam mail filtering through data mining approach-A comparative performance analysis International Journal  
70 MS. ShaguftaFarzana Prediction of Stock Market Using Financial News Analysis and Supervised Data Mining Technique International Journal 2018
71 MS. ShaguftaFarzana Intrusion Detection Using Decision Tree Based Data Mining Technique International Journal 2016
72 MS. ShaguftaFarzana Enhanced Academic Performance Evaluation Technique Using Fuzzy System International Journal 2016
73 MS. ShaguftaFarzana Prediction of Stock Market Price Using Classification Rules and Graph Based Analysis International Journal 2013
74 MS. ShaguftaFarzana Using text mining and rule based techniques for prediction of stock market price International Journal 2014
75 Ms.ShubhangiPathak A cryptographic approach for security and protection of image using basic color space International Journal 2017
S.NO NAME TITLE NATIONAL/ INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE/ JOURNAL YEAR
1 Shivanee Pandey Diagnosis And Classification Of Hypothyroid Disease Using Data Mining Techniques International Journal 2011
2 Niharika Vaishnav A Bird’s Eye View of Anti-Phishing Techniques for Classification of Phishing E-Mails International Journal 2015
3 Richa Handa Stock Market Prediction with Various Technical Indicators Using Neural Network Techniques International Journal 2015
4 Sudipta Ghosh Shielding Android Application Against Reverse Engineering International Journal 2013
5 Roma Yadav Web content mining applications and methods-a survey International Journal 2015
6 Sudipta Ghosh Securing Android Application with Anti-Reversing Techniques International Journal 2015
7 Roma Yadav N-ary Relation Approach for Open Domain Question Answering System Based on Information Extraction through World Wide Web International Journal 2015
8 Poonam Gupta Decision Tree Applied For Detecting Intrusion International Journal 2013
9 Ashima Sahu Attention Analysis of Candidates for Creating Virtual Interactive E- Classroom International Journal 2013
10 Khushboo Sharma AN Optimized Parallel Confidence Measures Algorithm on Web Log Data International Journal 2013
11 Shikha Gupta Modeling of Election Algorithm for Coordinator Selection Using Neuro Fuzzy Approach in Distributed Computing Environment International Journal 2013
12 Asha Miri Pseudo Code to Eliminate Unwanted Data Sets for Fuzzy Mining Association Rule International Journal 2015
13 Gaurav Rai Enhanced Security Technique in WAP & WEP Based Wireless (Wi-Fi) Network for the Protection against Unauthorized Users International Journal 2013
14 Glori Gunjan Bagh Current Approaches and Challenges for Skin Cancer Detection International Journal 2013
15 Pushpa Sharma Fraud Detection And Integrity Of Database Without Using Pl-SQL Logic International Journal 2013
16 Shubhangi Gupta Modeling Of Election Algorithm For Coordinator Selection Using NeuroFuzzy Approach In Distributed Computing Environment International Journal 2015
17 Gaurav Singhal IAA (Internet access account) based security modal for detection and prevention of cyber crime International Journal 2013
18 Abhishek Shukla A Review on Web-Based Fuzzy Neural Networks for Stock Prediction International Journal 2015
19 Ashima Sahu Smart E-Classroom International Journal 2013
20 Shubhangi Gupta MVC Model 2 Architecture with AJAX Technology Makes Web More Efficient and More Powerful By Reducing Web Traffic and Man Power Load International Journal 2015
S.No. Session Name Title Guided By
1 2017-19 Mr. Navneet Jaiswal Data mining association rule by using R for market prediction Dr. Rohit miri
2 2013-15 Ms. Roma Yadav N-ary Relation Based Open Domain QAS Dr.S.R.Tandan
3 2014-16 Ms. Niharika Vaishnav Development of Anti Phishing Model for Classification of Phishing e-Mail Dr.S.R.Tandan
4 2016-18 Ms. Akanksha Sharma Cloud Computing Framework Based on Elliptical Curve Cryptography and DH Protocol with Scheduling Algorithm Dr. S.R.Tandan
5 2017-19 Ms. Shamsa Kauser Yasini Google Colab Based Analysis of Web Links using Python Library Mr. Vivek Shukla
6 2015-17 Ms. Pooja Shrivastava An efficient classifier using multilayer perceptron for classification of liver patient Mrs Yukti Kesharwani
7 2017-19 Mr. Suryakant Pandey Classification And Compare Of Health Care Datasets Using Machine Learning Mr. Praveen chouksey
8 2017-19 Mr. Sudesh Dhiwar Development of Robust Model for Classification of Banknote Authentication Mr. Amit Kumar Dewangan
TRAINING
S.No Name Topic Date Place
1 Dr.Rohit Miri Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning 19-28 April, 2019 RNTU, Bhopal (M.P.)
2 Dr. S. R. Tandan Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning 19-28 April, 2019 RNTU, Bhopal (M.P.)
3 Mr.Amit Kumar Dewangan Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning 19-28 April, 2019 RNTU, Bhopal (M.P.)
4 Ms. Amrita Verma Saksham-Teaching with Technology of Microsoft 29-30 Dec 2017. Dr. C.V. Raman University
5 Mr Vivek Shukla Saksham-Teaching with Technology of Microsoft 29-30 Dec 2017. Dr. C.V. Raman University
6 Mrs Yukti Kesharwani Saksham-Teaching with Technology of Microsoft 29-30 Dec 2017. Dr. C.V. Raman University
WORKSHOP
S.No Name Topic Date Place
1 Dr.Rohit Miri A-View 2nd - 5th January, 2012 Amrita University, Kollam, Kerala
2 Dr.Rohit Miri Java EE7 Enterprise Application Development, 27th- 31st January, 2015 O.P Jindal Institute of Technology, Raigarh (C.G.)
3 Dr.Rohit Miri MATLAB 09th -15th Feb, 2015 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Bilaspur (C.G)
4 Dr.Rohit Miri Object Oriented Modelling and Designing with UML 15th -20th March, 2011 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Bilaspur
5 Dr.Rohit Miri Java Python Blender 9/2/2018 Dr.C.V. Raman University
6 Dr.Rohit Miri Advanced CPP 6/3/2019 Dr.C.V. Raman University
7 Dr.Rohit Miri PHP and Mysql 17-2-2018 Dr.C.V. Raman University
8 Dr. S. R. Tandan AI and Machine Learning 17th – 21st Dec, 2018 Remote Center IIT Roorkee Venue - AtalBihari Vajpayee University, Bilaspur (C.G)
9 Dr. S. R. Tandan Object Oriented Modelling and Designing with UML 15th -20th March, 2011 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Bilaspur
10 Dr. S. R. Tandan A-View 2nd - 5th January, 2012 Amrita University, Kollam, Kerala
11 Dr. S. R. Tandan Java EE7 Enterprise Application Development, 27th- 31st January, 2015 O.P Jindal Institute of Technology, Raigarh (C.G.)
12 Dr. S. R. Tandan MATLAB 09th -15th Feb, 2015 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Bilaspur (C.G)
13 Dr. S. R. Tandan Experiential Faculty Development Programme 15th -16th December, 2015 Dr C V Raman University
14 Dr. S. R. Tandan Java Python Blender 9/2/2018 Dr.C.V. Raman University
15 Dr. S. R. Tandan Advanced CPP 6/3/2019 Dr.C.V. Raman University
16 Dr. S. R. Tandan PHP and Mysql 17-2-2018 Dr.C.V. Raman University
17 Dr. S. R. Tandan PHP ,WordPress & Joomla 2016 Dr C V Raman University
18 Dr. S. R. Tandan Internet of Things 2017 Dr C V Raman University
19 Dr. S. R. Tandan Data Analytics using R 2018 Dr C V Raman University
20 Mrs. Amrita Verma Technology Enhanced Leaning Feb-13 Dr C V Raman University
21 Mrs. Amrita Verma Ethical Hacking & Cyber Security 19th-20th, September 2013 Dr C V Raman University
22 Mrs. Amrita Verma Web Development Using PHP 21-22 Feb 2014 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Bilaspur
23 Mrs. Amrita Verma Experiential Faculty Development Programme 15th -16th December, 2015 Dr C V Raman University
24 Mrs. Amrita Verma MATLAB 21-27 Feb 2015 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Bilaspur (C.G)
25 Mrs. Amrita Verma Big Data Analytics with Hadoop 13th-14th Feb 2015 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Bilaspur (C.G)
26 Mrs. Amrita Verma Teaching Learning Evolution 2nd-7th January 2017 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Bilaspur
27 Mrs. Amrita Verma Empowering Academic Skills & Research 8th – 13 th January 2018 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Bilaspur
28 Mrs. Amrita Verma Data Analytics using R 27-28 July 2018. Dr C V Raman University
29 Mrs. Amrita Verma Experiential Faculty Development Programme 15th -16th December, 2015 Dr C V Raman University
30 Mr. Vivek Shukla Object Oriented Modelling and Designing with UML 15th -20th March, 2011 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Bilaspur
31 Mr. Vivek Shukla MATLAB 09th -15th Feb, 2015 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Bilaspur (C.G)
32 Mr. Vivek Shukla Ethical Hacking 19th-20th, September 2013 Dr C V Raman University
33 Mr. Vivek Shukla National Program on Technology Enhanced Learning(NPTEL) July 29, 2013 Dr C V Raman University
34 Mr. Vivek Shukla PHP ,WordPress & Joomla 2016 Dr C V Raman University
35 Mr. Vivek Shukla Internet of Things 2017 Dr C V Raman University
36 Mr. Vivek Shukla Data Analytics using R 2018 Dr C V Raman University
37 Mr. Vivek Shukla Java Python Blender 9/2/2018 Dr.C.V. Raman University
38 Mr. Vivek Shukla Advanced CPP 6/3/2019 Dr.C.V. Raman University
39 Mr. Vivek Shukla PHP and Mysql 2/17/2018 Dr.C.V. Raman University
40 Mrs. YuktiKesharwani Experiential Faculty Development Programme 15th -16th December, 2015 Dr C V Raman University
41 Mrs. Yukti Kesharwani Object Oriented Modelling and Designing with UML 15th -20th March, 2011 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Bilaspur
42 Mrs. Yukti Kesharwani MATLAB 09th -15th Feb, 2015 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Bilaspur (C.G)
CONFERENCE
S.No Name Topic Date Place
1 Dr. Rohit Miri International Conference on Technological Quality Enhanced E-Learning 2nd – 5th January, 2012 Amrita University, Kollam, Kerala
2 Dr. Rohit Miri National Conference on Emerging Technologies and Practices in e-Governance 9th -10th December 2011 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur,
3 Dr. Rohit Miri Role of Universities in Vocational Education and Skill Development 2011 Dr C V Raman University, Kota Bilaspur CG India
4 Dr. Rohit Miri International Conference on Information and Communication Technology for Competitive Strategies November, 2014 Udaipur, Rajasthan
5 Dr. Rohit Miri National Conference on Integral Education 28th - 29th January, 2015 Dr C V Raman University
6 Dr. S. R. Tandan Role of Universities in Vocational Education & Skill Development 22nd October, 2011 Scope College of Engineering, Bhopal
7 Dr. S. R. Tandan International Conference on Technological Quality Enhanced E-Learning 2nd – 5th January, 2012 Amrita University, Kollam, Kerala
8 Dr. S. R. Tandan National Level Technical Symposium on Innovations in Science & Technology March, 2011 All Saint’s College of Technology, Bhopal,
9 Dr. S. R. Tandan National Conference on Emerging Technologies and Practices in e-Governance 9th -10th December 2011 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur,
10 Dr. S. R. Tandan National Conference on Application of Computer in Rural Development 2009 CiT, Rajnandgaon, CG
11 Dr. S. R. Tandan Role of Universities in Vocational Education and Skill Development 2011 Dr C V Raman University, Kota Bilaspur CG India
12 Dr. S. R. Tandan International Conference on Information and Communication Technology for Competitive Strategies November, 2014 Udaipur, Rajasthan
13 Dr. S. R. Tandan National Conference on Integral Education 28th - 29th January, 2015 Dr C V Raman University
14 Ms. Amrita Verma National Conference on EMERGING TRENDS IN ELECTRONICS & TELECOMMUNICATION ENGG. 27 jan ,2012. Chouksey engineering college,Bilaspur (C.G.)
15 Ms. Amrita Verma National Conference on LANGUGE TECHNOLOGY REPRESENTING UNDESSTANDING OF MACHINE TRANSLATION 12-13 SEP ,2013. Chouksey engineering college,Bilaspur (C.G.)
16 Ms. Amrita Verma International Conference on CYBER SECURITY, SMART GRID COMPUTING AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION TECHNOLOGIES 16th – 17th December 2013 ITM University, Raipur (C.G.)
17 Mr. Vivek Shukla Vadik Ganit. 2010 Dr C V Raman University, Kota Bilaspur CG India.
18 Mr. Vivek Shukla Providing Network Security byUsingCryptographyTechnique 2011 Dr C V Raman University, Kota Bilaspur CG India.
19 Mr. Vivek Shukla Role of Tourism Industry in Economic Development of CG. 2011 CG Raipur
20 Mr. Vivek Shukla Role of Universities in Vocational Education and Skill Development. 2012 Dr C V Raman University, Kota Bilaspur CG India.
21 Mr. Vivek Shukla National Conference on Emerging Technologies and Practices in e-Governance. 2010 CG Raipur.
22 Mr. Vivek Shukla National Conference on Integral Education 2011 Dr C V Raman University, Kota Bilaspur CG India.
23 Mrs Yukti Kesharwani National Conference on Emerging Technologies and Practices in e-Governance 9th -10th December 2011 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur,
24 Mrs Yukti Kesharwani National Conference on Integral Education 28th - 29th January, 2015 Dr C V Raman University
25 Mrs Yukti Kesharwani Carbon Footprint 2009 CSIT College
26 Mrs Yukti Kesharwani Comparative Study on Different Email Spam Specifier 2014 RKDF College Bhopal
27 Mrs Yukti Kesharwani An Anti Spam System using Neural Network 2013 Central College of Engineering & Management
28 Mrs Yukti Kesharwani National Conference on Application of Computer in Rural Development 2009 CiT, Rajnandgaon, CG
29 Mrs Yukti Kesharwani
30 Mrs Yukti Kesharwani Spam mail filtering using data mining technique. 2013 Chouksey Engineering College
31 Mr Amit Kumar Dewangan Text Pre-processing and classification usingMachine Learning Technique. 22-23 February 2019 Dr. C. V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur
32 Mr Amit Kumar Dewangan Big Data And Market Basket Analysis : A Survey August 04-05, 2018 Morden Technology and Management Institute(MTMI)
33 Mr Amit Kumar Dewangan Design & Implementation of IDS using Honeypot For detection HTTP Attacks 14-15 Feb 2014 AISECT University , BHOPAL
34 Mr Amit Kumar Dewangan Enriching Quality In Higher Education Paradigm 5-7 August 2019 AUROPATH, Society House, Puduchery
35 Mr Amit Kumar Dewangan Innovation in Science & Technology 2011 All Sain’s College Of Technology
36 Mr Sunil Sharma National Conference on Emerging Technologies and Practices in e-Governance 9th -10th Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur,
37 Mr Sunil Sharma Role of Universities in Vocational Education and Skill Development 2011 Dr C V Raman University, Kota Bilaspur CG India
38 Mr Sunil Sharma National Conference on Integral Education 28th - 29th January, 2015 Dr C V Raman University
39 Mr Sunil Sharma National Conference on Advances in Computer Science and Information Technology 2019 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur
40 Mr Praveen Chousey National Conference on Application of Computer in Rural Development 2009 CiT, Rajnandgaon, CG
41 Mr Praveen Chousey National Conference on Emerging Technologies and Practices in e-Governance 9th -10th Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur,
42 Mr Praveen Chousey Role of Universities in Vocational Education and Skill Development 2011 Dr C V Raman University, Kota Bilaspur CG India
43 Mr Praveen Chousey National Conference on Integral Education 28th - 29th January, 2015 Dr C V Raman University
44 Mr Praveen Chousey National Conference on Advances in Computer Science and Information Technology 2019 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur
45 Ms Shagufta Farzana National Conference on Application of Computer in Rural Development 2009 CiT, Rajnandgaon, CG
46 Ms Shagufta Farzana National Conference on Emerging Technologies and Practices in e-Governance 9th -10th December 2011 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur,
47 Ms Shagufta Farzana Role of Universities in Vocational Education and Skill Development 2011 Dr C V Raman University, Kota Bilaspur CG India
48 Ms Shagufta Farzana National Conference on Emerging Trends In Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering 27 jan ,2012. Chouksey engineering college,Bilaspur (C.G.)
49 Ms Shagufta Farzana National Conference on Integral Education 28th - 29th January, 2015 Dr C V Raman University
50 Ms Shagufta Farzana National Conference on Advances in Computer Science and Information Technology 2019 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur
SEMINAR
S.No Name Topic Date Place
1 Dr. Rohit Miri National Seminar on Vedic Mathematics 2009 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur
2 Dr. Rohit Miri National Conference on Advances in Computer Science and Information Technology 2019 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur
3 Dr. Rohit Miri Competition on Ethical Hacking & Cyber Security by IIT Mumbai 2016 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur
4 Dr. S. R. Tandan National Seminar on Green Computing December, 2008 Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi
5 Dr. S. R. Tandan National Seminar on Vedic Mathematics 2009 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur
6 Dr. S. R. Tandan National Conference on Advances in Computer Science and Information Technology 2019 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur
7 Ms. Amrita Verma Vision 2020 On Advancement In Electronics And Communication Technology With Special Theme On Anao Technology, 2007 2-3 December 2007 Scope College of Engineering, Bhopal
8 Ms. Amrita Verma Vedic Mathematics 25th – 26th February, 2010 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur
9 Ms. Amrita Verma COMMUNICATION SKILL : A GATEWAY TO THE GLOBAL WORLD 3rd February, 2012. Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur
10 Mr.Vivek Shukla National Seminar on Vedic Mathematics. 2009 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur
11 Mr.Vivek Shukla Competition on Ethical Hacking & Cyber Security by IIT Mumbai 2016 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur
12 Mr.Vivek Shukla National Conference on Advances in Computer Science and Information Technology. 2019 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur
13 Mrs. Yukti Kesharwani National Seminar on Vedic Mathematics. 2009 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur
14 Mrs. Yukti Kesharwani Competition on Ethical Hacking & Cyber Security by IIT Mumbai 2016 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur
15 Mrs. Yukti Kesharwani National Conference on Advances in Computer Science and Information Technology. 2019 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur
16 Mr. Amit Kumar Dewangan TPS (Technical Poster Session) 2007 IIT Delhi
17 Ms Shagufta Farzana Classroom Taeching. 2017 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur
18 Ms Shagufta Farzana Teaching Learning Evaluation. 2017 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur
19 Ms Shagufta Farzana National Conference on Advances in Computer Science and Information Technology. 2019 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur
20 Ms. Shubhangi Pathak Experimental Faculty Development Programme. 2018 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur
21 Ms. Shubhangi Pathak National Conference on Advances in Computer Science and Information Technology. 2019 Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota, Bilaspur
ACHIEVEMENTS (FACULTIES/DEPARTMENTS)
S.No. Name Name of Award/Achiement Organization/Venue Year
1 Dr.Rohit Miri UGC NET UGC 2013
2 Dr.Rohit Miri CG SET CG Vyapam 2014
3 Dr.Rohit Miri GATE IIT, Kharagpur 2006
4 Dr. S R Tandan UGC NET UGC 2018
5 Dr. S R Tandan CG SET CG Vyapam 2018
6 Dr. S R Tandan GATE IIT, Kanpur 2007
7 Mr. Amit Dewangan UGC NET UGC 2015,2017
8 Mr. Amit Dewangan GATE IIT, Madras 2011
S.No Name Membership Name of Organization
1 Dr.Rohit Miri 2378 Computer Society of India
2 Dr.Rohit Miri 195403 Internet Society
3 Dr.Rohit Miri 20180717002 Science and Engineering Institute
4 Dr.Rohit Miri 1523 The Society of Digital Information and Wireless Communications
5 Dr.Rohit Miri AM101000582334 Institute of Research Engineers and Doctors
6 Dr. S. R. Tandan 216951 IAENG – International Association of Engineers
7 Dr. S. R. Tandan AM101000582343 Universal Association of Computer and Electronics Engineers Associate
8 Dr. S. R. Tandan 21782 The Society of Digital Information and Wireless Communication
9 Dr. S. R. Tandan 195506 Internet Society
3 Mrs. Amrita Verma 201014 IAENG – International Association of Engineers
4 Mrs. Amrita Verma SMIN61249350 IFERP – Institute For Engineering Research And Publication
5 Mr.Amit Kumar Dewangan 1807 Vigyan Bharti
10 Mrs.Yukti Kesharwani 197326 Internet Society
11 Mrs.Yukti Kesharwani AM101000582399 IRED
12 Mrs.Yukti Kesharwani 217526 IAENG
13 MS. Shagufta Farzana 197328 Internet Society
14 Ms.Shubhangi Pathak 217464 IAENG
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