Computer Science Engineering

Overview

About the Department

Computer science or computing science (sometimes abbreviated CS) is the study of the theoretical foundations of information and computation, and of practical techniques for their implementation and application in computer systems. It is frequently described as the systematic study of algorithmic processes that create, describe, and transform information. Computer science has many sub-fields; some, such as computer graphics, emphasize the computation of specific results, while others, such as computational complexity theory, study the properties of computational problems. Still others focus on the challenges in implementing computations. For example, programming language theory studies approaches to describe computations, while computer programming applies specific programming languages to solve specific computational problems, and human-computer interaction focuses on the challenges in making computers and computations useful, usable, and universally accessible to people.

The general public sometimes confuses computer science with careers that deal with computers (such as information technology), or think that it relates to their own experience of computers, which typically involves activities such as gaming, web-browsing, and word-processing. However, the focus of computer science is more on understanding the properties of the programs used to implement software such as games and web-browsers, and using that understanding to create new programs or improve existing ones.

Vision & Mission

Vision To produce a blend of creativity & ethical engineering graduates and making them capable of facing the real life challenges.
Mission The mission elements of Computer Science & Engineering Department are:
M-1. Inculcating the fundamentals of computer science & engineering and analyzing the engineering problems along with the development of solutions keeping environmental aspects.
M-2. To cultivate ability for modern tool usage on ethical grounds to widely solve real life issues.
M-3. Building team spirit within the students, creating effecting communication for lifelong learning.

Objectives

  • 1. To enable students to acquire specialized knowledge for various subjects and enhance their personal, social and cognitive skills to meet challenges of today and tomorrow.
  • 2. To provide efficient and effective computer education and to inculcate modern technical values among the students.
  • 3. To move ahead with the time which demands better and smarter computer education.
  • 4. To analyze the local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizations and society.

Highlights

  • * Having very good placement record in the region:-
  • Year No. of placement offers
    2016-17 99 (till June, 2017)
    2015-16 146
    2014-15 110
    2013-14 132
  • * Industrial MoU with E2E Networks, and Academic MoUs with NITTTR, CSI& IIT Delhi.
  • * Outcome based Modern Teaching aids like PPTs, Video Lectures, Virtual Labs and PVC-LXalong (TCSION)
  • * Add-on Classes under Earn While Learn Scheme.
  • * 28 Students qualified GATE-2016 exam in last academic year.

Laboratories

* Graphics Lab
* Aptitude Lab
* R&D Lab
* Virtual Lab
* MAT Lab
* Programming Lab
* Database Lab
* Operating System Lab
* Hardware/Networking Lab
* Software Engg. Project Lab
CSE Lab

Infrastructure

Programming Lab I

Name of the Item Quantity
Thin Client Terminals 24
3KVA UPS ELNOVA (On-line) 01
Stabilizer (Monitor) 01

Software Lab I

Name of the Item Quantity
P-IV 2.8GHz, 512MB RAM, 40 GB HDD, 15” TFT, Keyboard, Mouse, 52X CD ROM (Black) 25
3KVA UPS ELNOVA (On-line) 02
Stabilizer (Monitor) 01
P-IV 2.4GHz, 1GB RAM, 40 GB HDD, 17” TFT, Keyboard, Mouse, 52X CD ROM (Black) 07
Server (White) 01
Server Edge 02
Printer HP 1020 Laser Jet 01
DLP Projector 01
OHP Projector 02
3KVA UPS 01
UPS 800VA 01
UPS 2KVA 02
24 Port Switch 08
24 Port Panel 06
LAPTOP (Lenovo) 01

Software Development Project Lab I

Name of the Item Quantity
P-IV 2.8GHz, 512MB RAM, 40 GB HDD, 15” TFT, Keyboard, Mouse, 52X CD ROM (Black) 25
3KVA UPS ELNOVA(On-line) 02
Stabilizer (Monitor) 01

Software Development Project Lab II

Name of the Item Quantity
P-IV 1.7 Ghz, 512 MB RAM, 40 GB HDD, 15” Colour Monitor, TVS Gold Keyboard, Mouse (White) 14
P-IV 2.4 Ghz, 512 MB RAM, 40 GB HDD, 15” Colour Monitor, TVS Gold Keyboard, Mouse (White) 10
3KVA UPS ELNOVA (On-line) 02
Stabilizer (Monitor) 01

Computer First year Lab

Name of the Item Quantity
P-IV 2.4 Ghz, 512 MB RAM, 40 GB HDD, 15” Colour Monitor, TVS Gold Keyboard, Mouse (White) 22
Wired Network 1st yr. new Lab 02
LAN CARD (Thin Client) 13
Thin Client Server 01
DMP Printer LQ 300 01
Switch 24 Port 01
Patch Panel 24 Port 01
2KVA UPS 04

Programming Lab II

Name of the Item Quantity
P-IV 2.8 Ghz, 512 MB RAM, 40 GB HDD, 15” Colour Monitor, TVS Gold Keyboard, Mouse (White) 22
3KVA UPS ELNOVA (On-line) 02
Stabilizer (Monitor) 01

Software Lab II

Name of the Item Quantity
Xeon 3Ghz 1333 MB, 2GB RAM, 320 GB HDD, 18.5” TFT LOC, (The King Power) Keyboard, Mouse (Black) 20
3KVA UPS ELNOVA (On-line) 02
Stabilizer (Monitor) 01
Pentium Intel Dual-Core 2.2Ghz, 1GB RAM, 160 GB HDD, 15” TFT , TVS Gold Keyboard, Mouse, 52X CD ROM 01
P-IV 2.4GHz, 1GB RAM, 40 GB HDD, 17” TFT, Keyboard, Mouse, 52X CD ROM (Black) 01
Mountan Rack + Networking (IT-306 to 309) Labs 01
NetGerr 24 Port Switch 06
D-Link 16 Port Switch 06
HCL (Cat.5e) 24 Port Patch Panel 07
D-Link DKVM-4K (04 Port Ps/2 KVM Switch) 01
HP 1020 Laser jet Printer 01
HP Deskjet F4185 (Scanner cum Printer) 01
Server (Anti-Virus) Trend Micro 03
TFT & Keyboard, Mouse (Rack) Black 01
3KVA UPS ENLOVA (Server Room) 01
Switch 8 port (Rack) 01
DVD Writer 02
CD Writer 01
DLP Projector 01
HP Mini LAPTOP 01
LAPTOP (acer) 01

Girls Hostel (Internet Lab)

Name of the Item Quantity
P-IV 2.8 Ghz, 512 MB RAM, 40 GB HDD, 15” Colour Monitor, TVS Gold Keyboard, Mouse (White) 33
P-IV 2.4 Ghz, 512 MB RAM, 40 GB HDD, 15” Colour Monitor, TVS Gold Keyboard, Mouse (White) 10
24 Port Switch 03
24 Port Panel 03
2KVA UPS 09

Database Lab

Name of the Item Quantity
Xeon 3Ghz 1333 MB, 2GB RAM, 320 GB HDD, 18.5” TFT LOC, (The King Power) Keyboard, Mouse (Black) 20
3KVA UPS ELNOVA (On-line) 02
Stabilizer (Monitor) 01

Graphics Lab

Name of the Item Quantity
P-IV 2.8 Ghz, 512 MB RAM, 40 GB HDD, 15” Colour Monitor, TVS Gold Keyboard, Mouse (White) 12
P-IV 2.4 Ghz, 512 MB RAM, 40 GB HDD, 15” Colour Monitor, TVS Gold Keyboard, Mouse (White) 10
3KVA UPS ELNOVA (On-line) 02
Stabilizer (Monitor) 01

M.Tech. / R&D

Name of the Item Quantity
Xeon 3Ghz 1333 MB, 2GB RAM, 320 GB HDD, 18.5” TFT LOC, (The King Power) Keyboard, Mouse (Black) 25
Wireless LAN Card 25
Wireless Router 02
5KVA UPS Sterling 01
4 KVA UPS 02

Software Lab I

Name of the Item Quantity
P-IV 2.4GHz, 256 RAM, 40 GB HDD, 15” Colour Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse, 52X CD ROM 05
P-IV 2.4 Ghz, 512 MB RAM, 40 GB HDD, 15” Colour Monitor, TVS Gold Keyboard, Mouse (White) 05
Modem(CISCO) 02
Router 01
Wireless Bridge 04
Access Point Net Gear WG 302 01
Cat 5 Cable Box 01
RJ 45 Connector
Scanner 5200C 01
DMP Printer LQ-300 02
DeskJet Printer 01
HP 6LPro Laser Jet Printer 01

Faculty

S. No. Name of The Teaching Faculty Designation
(Assoc. Prof. /Asst. Prof.)
Qualification With Field Of Specialization
UG/PG Doctorate University Ids
1 Er. Vivek Sharma Associate Professor/
Corporate Head-Training & Placement/
Dean-CS & IT Services
M.Tech Pursuing B.Tech/000186
2 Dr. Gaurav Sharma HOD/Associate Professor M.Tech Ph.D B.Tech/000508
3 Mr. Rajeev Bansal Asst. Prof M.Tech B.Tech/000509
4 Ms. Pinki Tanwar Asst. Prof M.Tech B.Tech/000188
5 Ms. Shabnam Parveen Asst. Prof M.Tech Pursuing B.Tech/000189
6 Ms. Reena Rani Asst. Prof M.Sc,M.Tech Pursuing B.Tech/000190
7 Ms. Meenakshi Rani Asst. Prof M.Tech B.Tech/000191
8 Ms. Sonia Sharma Asst. Prof M.Tech Pursuing B.Tech/000192
9 Ms. Mamta Nain Asst. Prof M.Sc,M.Tech B.Tech/000193
10 Ms. Nidhi Seth Asst. Prof M.Tech
11 Mr. Nitin Goyal Asst. Prof M.Tech Pursuing
12 Ms. Shilpi Harnal Asst. Prof M.Tech Pursuing
13 Ms. Monika Choudhary Asst. Prof M.Tech
14 Ms. Aastha Sharma Asst. Prof M.Tech

Activities

Guest Lecture at SJPP, Damla

session conducted by CSE Deptt on 22.02.2018 on the topic “Javascript” in SJPP, Damla

Expert Lecture

CSE department organized a Expert Lecture on 2nd and 3rd Feb 2018 on “IOT and Linux Security” for students by Er. Aman Bansal, Chief Engineer, Samsung, Noida.

Flash Mob

Flash Mob by Nrityakala Club organized on 2nd Feb, 2018

Microsoft student partner program

Session conducted by Mr Kashish (CSE 4th year student) on the “Microsoft student partner program” in CSE Deptt.

Socket Programming

Session conducted on the topic “Socket Programming” in CSE Deptt. on 02.11.2017.

Time Table

Syllabus

1st & 2nd Sem Syllabus

3rd Sem Syllabus

4th Sem Syllabus

5th Sem Syllabus

6th Sem Syllabus

7th Sem Syllabus

8th Sem Syllabus

PEO PO and PSO

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

PEO1 To provide quality computer education to inculcate modern technical skills among the students.
PEO2 To cultivate the ability to analyze the demand of software industry for carrying out hands on projects.
PEO3 Inculcate direction qualities to work mutually as a team member with effective briefing skills.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

PSO1 To understand, analyze and develop programs related to system software, web design, DBMS and networking for efficient design of software based applications for real world problems.
PSO2 To work professionally in software industries with a broad range of programming language thus creating innovative career paths to sustain passion and zeal for real-world applications.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

PO1 To solve complex engineering problems by applying the knowledge of mathematics, algorithms,computing principles.
PO2 Identify and analyze complex engineering problems and define requirements appropriate for it.
PO3 To design and impement computer based systems and programs to meet desired needs.
PO4 To provide valid conclusions by using research based knowledge and research methods.
PO5 To use modern tools necessary for computing practice.
PO6 To understand the issues related to society by using reasoning.
PO7 To understand the issues realted to enviornmetal context for strentheing of engineering solutions.
PO8 An understanding of ethical responsibility.
PO9 To work effectively as team member for the accomplishment of goals.
PO10 To communicate effectively with community and society.
PO11 To design and develop various project economically with planning.
PO12 To engage in life-long learning.

CO and LessonPlan

CSE 4th Sem CO & Study Scheme
CSE 6th Sem CO & Study Scheme
CSE 8th Sem CO & Study Scheme
CSE 2nd Sem Lesson Plan
CSE 4th Sem Lesson Plan
CSE 6th Sem Lesson Plan
CSE 8th Sem Lesson Plan