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A Unit of Maharaja Education Trust (R) Mysore

Maharaja Institute of Technology Thandavapura

(Approved by AICTE New Delhi & Affiliated to VTU Belgavi)

(Certified by ISO 9001:2015 & ISO 21001:2018 )



ABOUT OUR DEPARTMENT



Strength of the Department


Chetan

Dr. H.K Chethan

Mentor

Guru

Dr. D. S. Guru

Mentor

The Department comprises of skilled and dedicated faculty Positions with Professors. This, combined with the systematic teaching methodology and syllabus in line with the current technology, has ensured excellent results at both examinations as well as competitive examinations by the students, as demonstrated by the long track record of MIT ranks and an outstanding placement record. There are ample opportunities for those inclined towards research as well, with experienced faculty and a wealth of resources. In order to fulfill the objective of achieving academic excellence, the department is equipped with all infrastructure viz. Highly qualified teaching faculty, state-of-the-art computing facilities and a sophisticated library housing voluminous text books and periodicals. In addition, the following common facilities also contribute to the quality of teaching-learning process.


Vision


“Architect Dedicated and Skilled Technocrats to Compute the future”


Mission



Prominent Features


  • The Department equips faculties with excellent teaching and skills, experienced with cutting edge technology

  • Gap between industry and academia is filled with 100% enrollment to CSI Student chapter

  • A student forum “CLU$TEROID$”for technical exchange is established

  • Faculties are inspired and supported to pursue cerfications in NPTEL courses

  • A facility to share study materials have been established by using “Google classroom”. This includes materials such as e-Books of VTU prescribed books, handwritten notes, assignment questions and VTU previous year question papers

  • Student mentorship has been incorporated in the department to track and manage their academic perfomances and improvising their personnel traits

  • Students are enforced with newspapers to enhance their social responsibility with verbal skills as in view of training for placements

  • Continuous Evaluation of Students is done through Unit Tests and Preparatory Exams to ensure sustained learning

  • Students are encouraged to pursue industry internships as in view of enhancing their techical skillset groomed for corporate

  • At the beginning of each semester a week dedicated towards wide academic exposure is conducted under Stress Free Learning Week

  • Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed with Aalborg University of Denmark, Huanghuai University of China, People’s Friendship University Moscow and Ural Federal University Ekaterinburg of Russia for enhanced academic interactions

Cinque Terre

Prof. Lakshmi Durga

B.E,M.Tech,(Ph.D)

Assistant Professor and Head

Department of Computer Science and Engineering


Teaching Staff


Prof. Dr. Chethan H K

Prof. Lakshmi Durga

B.E,M.Tech,(Ph.D)

Assistant Professor and Head

Prof. MALLIKARJUNASWAMY N J

Prof. Mallikarjun N J

B.E,M.Tech,(Ph.D)

Assistant Professor

Prof. RANJIT K N

Prof. Ranjit K N

B.E,M.Tech,(Ph.D)

Assistant Professor

Prof. SUHASINI

Prof. Suhasini

B.E,M.Tech

Assistant Professor

Prof. Hemanth

Prof. Hemanth Kumar A

B.E,M.Tech,(Ph.D)

Assistant Professor

Prof. Bharath Bharadwaj B S

Prof. Bharath Bharadwaj B S

B.E,M.Tech

Assistant Professor


Non Teaching Staff


Prof. Hemanth

Mr. Gowtham K S

B.E

Lab Instructor

Prof. Bharath Bharadwaj B S

Mr. Devaraju N

PUC

Lab Assistant

Prof. Bharath Bharadwaj B S

Mr. Abhishek B J

ITI

Lab Assistant

Technical Talks Organized By Department



Sl No Resource Person with Training Company Name Title Participants(semester) With Number Date
1 Dr. D. S. Guru, Professor and Nodal Officer, CBCS Education, University of Mysuru. comparison of ancient human life to current life style 3rd SEM 5-5-2016
2 Dr Uma Professor and Head, Department of ISE, MCE Hassan. Data Structures and Its Applications with practical examples through live and creative activities. 4rd SEM 5-5-2016
3 Dr. Shivakumara Palaiahnakote, Department Of Computer System & Technology, Faculty Of Computer Science & Information Technology, University of Malaya, Malaysia. Highlighted the usage of existing technology in real-time application and importance of Computer science and information technology. 4rd SEM 5-5-2016
4 Mr. SUMANTH PRABHU, co-founder and director KIDVENTO Mysuru. Ignite the Entrepreneurial spirit in you! 4th SEM 5-5-2016
5 Mr. Varuna, CEO, Eudaemonic Systems, Mysore. Software Engineering and Industry Prospective 4th SEM 5-5-2016


Our Infrastructure and Laboratories



  1. Programming in C

  2. C is the most commonly used programming language for writing operating systems. The first operating system written in C is Unix. Later operating systems like GNU/Linux were all written in C. Not only is C the language of operating systems, it is the precursor and inspiration for almost all of the most popular high-level languages available today. In fact, Perl, PHP, Python and Ruby are all written in C.
    This laboratory will anable the students to familiarize with wiiting algorithms, fundamentals of C and problem solving, Implement different programming constructs and decomposition of problems into functions, Use and implement the data stuctures like arrays and structures to obtain solutions.


  3. Analog and Digital Electronics Lab

  4. This laboratory enable students to get practical experience in design, assembly and evaluation/testing of analog components and circuits. the students can able to,Use various Electronic Devices like Cathode ray Oscilloscope, Signal generators, DigitalTrainer Kit, Multimeters and components like Resistors, Capacitors, Op amp and Integrated Circuit.


  5. Data structures with C/C++ lab

  6. This laboratory enable the students to Design and implement various algorithms in JAVA language.and even Employ the various design strategies for problem solving.This laboratory helps the student to Measure and compare the performance of different algorithms.


  7. Microprocessor Lab

  8. This laboratory enable the students to provide practical exposure to the students on microprocessors, design and coding knowledge on 80x86 family/ARM. The ARM laboratory includes a platform for developing and testing software related to ARM architecture and many basics of ARM programming Principles.


  9. Database Applications Laboratory

  10. This laboratory will enable students to Foundation knowledge in database concepts, technology and practice to groom students into well-informed database application developers. And also enable the students to perform the Strong practice in SQL programming through a variety of database problems. Students can able to Develop database applications using front-end tools and back-end DBMS


  11. System Software and Compiler design Laboratory

  12. This course will enable students to Define System Software such as Assemblers, Loaders, Linkers and Macroprocessors, Familiarize with source file, object file and executable file structures and libraries and Describe the front-end and back-end phases of compiler and their importance.


  13. Networks Laboratory

  14. This laboratory will enable students to Demonstrate operation of network and its management commandsstudents can Simulate(Using NS2/NS3) and demonstrate the performance of GSM and CDMA.and also students can Implement data link layer and transport layer protocols.


  15. Computer Graphics and visualization

  16. This laboratory will enable students to Demonstrate operation of network and its management commandsstudents can Simulate(Using NS2/NS3) and demonstrate the performance of GSM and CDMA.and also students can Implement data link layer and transport layer protocols.


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Cinque Terre




Prof. Lakshmi Durga

Professor and Head

Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering

Phone: 8660695725

Email id: hodcse@mitt.edu.in