The Department was started in the year 2008 with an intake of 60 for the undergraduate program. The course has become popular among students due to the achievements and rigor. The department has well equipped classrooms and computer laboratories with high-end systems as per the AICTE norms. The department is affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU).
The Department carries out various Industry-Institute interaction events for the benefit of the students. The Department conducts various Seminars and Technical talks in collaboration with various Companies also. Faculty members are of many Professional societies like IEEE, ISTE, etc. With an objective of developing core competence in the respective subject specializations and for learning newer technologies, the Department has formed the various Technical divisions.
Some of the brilliant students with very top scores join the course from across the country and have been scoring high percentages at all University examinations bringing honor and glory to themselves and the Department. A consistent level of distinction with 98% result by the passing out students has been reflected.
Our vision is to be the most preferred choice of students, faculty and industry by achieving the advances and industrial requirements to match the global standards in field of technology. We are committed to develop passionate, committed, ambitious and focused efforts in students to bring about the best in them.
Head of Department Information Science & Engineering
Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology,
MIJAR Shobhavana Campus, Moodbidri-574 225
The Department is well equipped with hardware as well as Software facilities. The department has more than 850 computer systems and fully air-conditioned programming labs, Internet laboratories. The labs consist of most advanced Dual Core & Core 2 Duo ,4th generation Lenovo systems with Windows 7 professional and ubuntu and Fedora linux operating systems and servers with Windows Server 2003. Hardware facilities supporting the hardware are equipped with Assembly kits, Interfacing kit, Emulators,Cross-compilers,Micro-controller,D.S.P.Kit.
All the labs are LAN connected with licensed software packages related to latest global techniques. 100 Mbps leased line internet with Wi-Fi facility is provided so that the students can develop and sharpen their technical skills. Students have opportunities of working on live projects received from reputed national and international companies. The department has following labs with latest software and configurations:
Computing facility Labs have software and utilities such as Windows Vista, Windows Advanced Server 2003,Windows XP, Widows 2000 Professional, Windows ’98, Red Hat LINUX 9.0, MS Office 2010, Oracle 8i, MS Visual Studio, Borland C++, Turbo C++ Assemblers like MASM/TASM, etc.
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Conferences, Workshop, Symposiums Organized:
The ISE Forum conducted technical talk on Anti-Spoofing methods for Biometrics, Challenges and Current Solution, by Dr. Thippeswamy G, Professor and Head, Dept. of CSE, BMS Institute of Technology, Velahanka, Bengaluru. Spoofing, referred to by the term presentation attack in current standards, is a purely biometric vulnerability that is not shared with other IT security solutions. It refers to the ability to fool a biometric system into recognizing an illegitimate user as a genuine one by means of presenting a synthetic forged version of the original biometric trait to the sensor.
The entire biometric community, including researchers, developers, standardizing bodies, and vendors, has thrown itself into the challenging task of proposing and developing efficient protection methods against this threat. In the emerging field of anti-spoofing, with special attention to the mature and largely deployed face modality. He discussed theories, methodologies, state-of-the-art techniques, and evaluation databases aims at providing an outlook into the future of this very active field of research. Dr. Thippeswamy showed his willingness to help students in research work in the areas of Biometrics, Video Processing, Medical Imaging, Document analysis, Remote Sensing and Forensics.
The ISE Forum conducted a technical talk on Knowledge Discovery in Databases and it’s Application. Dr. Pushpa Ravi Kumar, Professor and Head, Dept. of CSE, AIT, Chickmagalur was the honourable resource person. The term Knowledge Discovery in Databases, or KDD for short, refers to the broad process of finding knowledge in data, and emphasizes the "high-level" application of particular data mining methods. It is of interest to researchers in machine learning, pattern recognition, databases, statistics, artificial intelligence, knowledge acquisition for expert systems, and data visualization.
The unifying goal of the KDD process is to extract knowledge from data in the context of large databases. It does this by using data mining methods (algorithms) to extract (identify) what is deemed knowledge, according to the specifications of measures and thresholds, using a database along with any required pre-processing, sub sampling, and transformations of that database.
Dr. Pushpa gave several examples to illustrate that knowledge discovery and data mining are distinct. KDD refers to the overall process of discovering useful knowledge from data. It involves the evaluation and possibly interpretation of the patterns to make the decision of what qualifies as knowledge. Data mining refers to the application of algorithms for extracting patterns from data without the additional steps of the KDD process.
The ISE Forum Technical talk was delivered by Sri. Ranjith Kumar T. R, Trainer, Infosys Mysore on May 13th, 2017. The topic was Software Engineering Practices in Industries. Sri. Ranjith Kumar gave several examples on the real time scenarios in history, that had led to the development of software, and gradually the development of an Engineering stream called Software Engineering.
Economy of many countries depends on software based systems. Business today demands just-in-time service to customers with maximized efficiency and minimum cost. Companies leverage IT to scale up operations and optimize the business function. Now a days, software is not build on use-discard trajectory rather it is build-improve-reuse voyage. Sri Ranjith Kumar gave an industrial perspective of Software Engineering and Testing. He also gave a comparable study of the quality of software for user, developer and client.
On 12th March, 2017, ISE department forum conducted technical talk on Internet of Things conducted by Mr. Kiran Kumar, Wipro Technologies, Bengaluru. From building automation and smart factories to wearables, the IoT touches every facet of our lives. IoT makes developing applications easier with hardware, software and support to connect anything to the internet. Mr. Kiran Kumar interacted with the students regarding six key markets for the IoT with potential for exponential growth.
Smart homes enable owners to customize and control their home environments for increased security and efficient energy management. Wearables are one of the hottest trends in IoT Apple, Samsung, Jawbone and plenty of others are joining the cut-throat competition. Retail sector -home appliances could notify you when supplies are short and order them all on their own. Smart cities- have real, substantial solutions for complications that arise due to population surges, pollution, poor infrastructure and energy supply shortages. Agriculture-The Phenonet Project is designed to help farmers monitor vital information like humidity, air temperature and soil quality using remote sensors. This project helps farmers improve yield, plan more efficient irrigation and make harvest forecasts. Transportation-IoT is making self-driving and/or connected cars a reality. Automotive industry leaders such as BMW, Ford and GM and newer entrants in the auto space like Google, Local Motors and Uber are announcing and deploying innovative technologies to support connected car platforms. Health Care-UroSense is a smart fluid management solution offered by Future Path Medical. It helps early care of medical conditions like diabetes, prostate cancer, heart failure and sepsis.
Understanding the Internet of Things and the true potential of IoT applications is truly dazzling. Mr. Kiran Kumar asked students to stay focused on the IoT space and maybe you’ll be the next IoT innovator who transforms a product, service or even an entire whole industry.
ISE Department forum conducted its fourth technical talk on 15th October, 2016. Dr. K. R. Udaya Kumar Reddy, Professor and Head of Department, CSE, NMAMIT, Nitte delivered the technical talk on “Joy Of Algorithms”. He started the session, by introducing the fundamental algorithmic design concepts. Professor Udaya Kumar Reddy explained the step by step process of designing efficient algorithms to solve day to day computational problems. He gave insight into analysis of algorithms. He added that more the experience with algorithms; the more successful one can be in problem solving skill.
SE Department forum, “Techgeekz”, organised its second technical talk on 10th September, 2016. Forum was honoured to have Mr. H. L. Srinivas, Scientist, ISRO, Bangalore as the resource person. In his bid to inspire young minds, Mr. H L Srinivas addressed the second year students of ISE, CSE and ECE. He conducted the students through his personal gallery of ISRO, to illustrate ISRO’s vision to harness space technology for national development.
Scientist, H. L Srinivas gave the students an insight into the evolution of Indian Satellites starting from Aryabhatta, launched on 19th April, 1975 to INSAT-3DR launched on 8th September, 2016. He said about the multilayered golden color blanket for satellites, made to withstand atmospheric temperature ranging from -180 to +120, he also added, that all satellites are kept inside a Thermovac for a period of 21 days, to check if the satellite is ready for launch. Thermovac simulates the atmospheric conditions for the satellite. He further, talked on the advancement of launch vehicle technology, resulting the creation of PSLV(Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle) and GSLV(Geosynchronous Satelite Launch Vehicle) technologies.
Scientist, H. L Srinivas, further guided the students regarding job opportunities in ISRO. He said 90% employees in ISRO are computer and electronic graduates. The forum is really grateful to Scientist, H L Srinivas, for encouraging our students to reach for the sky and the satellites.
ISE Department conducted the inaugural ceremony of the forum, “Techgeekz”, for the academic year 2016-2017, on 27th August. It was an occasion for ISE department, to pause for a moment and reflect on ourselves, to appreciate how much has been done and what more need to be done in the field of technical and social development.
The day was honoured with the esteemed presence of Dr. Sathish Babu,Professor, Department Of CSE, SIT, Tumkur, who inaugurated the ceremony by lighting the traditional lamp. Dr. Sathish Babu delivered the technical talk on “Opportunistic Networks and Computing: Issues and Challenges”. He introduced current trends in Opportunistic networks like Eddystone Google Protocol, Bionic Bird, Driverless Car-UBER, Human Genome Computing. He enlightened the students with the future research areas and upcoming challenges in the field of opportunistic networks and computing.
Entire department is thankful to Dr. Sathish Babu, for his informative, inspirational, knowledgeable and thought provoking lecture to our students.
The Department of ISE organized a technical talk on 11th March 2016 which was delivered by Prof. Raju Hajare, Associate Professor, BMSIT, Bangalore. On the topic “Nano-Technology and its Applications”.
In this session Prof. Hajare revealed about history of Nano-Technology how it is been developed. Nano-Technology is the manipulation of matter with at least one dimension sized from 1 to 100 nanometre. He also differentiated between Nano science and Nano-Technology.
He also spoke about Richard Feynman who gave description regarding molecular machine building with atomic precision. Nano-Technology is an enabling technology that will change the nature of almost every human made object in coming year.
He also explained regarding the properties of Nano Particles that will be changed at the different size. Nano fabrication is been such that we use two type of process Topdown, bottom up approaches.
He also emphasized regarding the application of Nano-Technology in various fields like medicine, electronic, food, fuel, solar cell, batteries, space, chemical sensor etc. Moore’s law is the observation that over the history of computing hardware the no of transistor in a dense integrator circuit has doubled approximately every two years. Nano-Technology in memory and storage that is 2GB hard drive weight about 70 pounds.
He also in sighted on Nano-Technology that will help us by new manufacturing technology. Also help to build computer system inexpensively with more quantities.
Some of work carried by Nano device and memory design such as drain included barrier lowering, velocity saturation, channel length modulation, leakage, heat production & discussed regarding MOSFET and its applications.
He also explained about Nanotechnology which is being used in developing countries to help treat disease and prevent health issues.
The Department of ISE organized a technical talk on 4th March 2016 which was delivered by Prof. Umashankar B.S, Professor, SCEM, Mangalore on the topic “Future Technologies in Computer Graphics”.
In this session Prof. Umashankar has informed about the graphics that play a vital role in each and every part such that regarding computer graphics market how it was around in 2014 and in now a days.
Then regarding about prediction of future such that prediction is very vast we can tell such that computer in future may weight not more than 1.5 tons.
He also mentioned about the ENIAC which is the first electronic general purpose computer.
Then he also spoke regarding the operating system that we will never make 32bit as it is been quoted by bill gates in 1989 such that it is been vanished that we use 64bits now a days.
Then regarding Robert Metcalfe, he is an electrical engineer from the USA who co-invented Ethernet founded 3com and formulated Metcalfe law. The Metcalfe law states that value of telecom network is directly proportional to the square of no of user.
Then he gave presentation regarding computer graphics which is the field for computer scientist, mathematics, physics, and engineer. Computer graphics are picture and movies created using computer referring to image data created by computer help from graphical hardware and software.
Driving factor has been discussed such that it gives high penetration of internet demand for online gaming with high resolution. Aspect ratio such which is related to regarding ratio.
Resolution has been discussed regarding no of pixels per inch. Virtual reality have been an immersive multimedia that stimulates physical presence in place in real world.
He spoke regarding Rendering which is the process of generating an image from 2D or 3D model by mean of computer, here it would contain geometry, view point, texture, lighting and shading etc. Non photo Realistic Rendering is an area of computer graphics that focuses on enabling a wide variety of expressive style for digital art.
He also gave brief introduction about Direct View Storage Tube (DVST), the video scan converter tube and the video disk each to mature and to find particular application in areas where its advantages will be realized.
The Department of ISE organized a technical talk on 3rd March 2016 which was delivered by Dr.Govardhan Hegde K, Sr. Assistant Professor, MIT, Manipal on the topic “MPI Programming”.
In this session Dr. Hegde revealed about Parallel programming which is the language support to the parallel algorithm on parallel computer. Exploiting the full potential of a parallel computer requires a cooperative effort between the user and language system. A parallel program on this computer is a collection of cooperating processes which execute concurrently.
He also explained regarding the Super computer which is a computer with high level computational capacity compared to a general-purpose computer. Performance of a super computer is measured in floating point operations per second (FLOPS) instead of millions of instruction.
Parallel architecture: There are two types of parallel architecture one is distributed memory and shared memory. Distributed memory contains explicit data distribution, explicit communication, programming through open MP, scalable. Shared memory contains implicit data distribution, implicit communication.
Passing arguments: In MPI programmers via their programs as a collection of codes. MPI is message-passing library interface specification. MPI add primarily the message passing parallel programming model, in which data is moved from the address source of one process to another process through cooperative operation.
System requirements: mpi_x64.msi, mpi_x86.msi these two are the MPI installer, Visual studio. Then he explained about the MPI program structure, environmental management routines and MPI error handling which contains a MPI communicator, error handler, default error handler.
MPI point to point operations, MPI sends and receives. If a sender sends two messages (message one and message two) in succession to the same destination, both match the same receiver.
The department of ISE organized a technical talk on 19th February 2016 which was delivered by Dr.Siddesh.G.M, Associate Professor, MSRIT, Bengaluru on the topic “Driving Big Data using Hadoop Technology”. He was awarded with the “Young scientist” award in 2014.
In this session Dr.Siddesh.G.M first showed us a small video which threw light on present scenario of big data, various facts and figures associated with it. This video was an eye-opener which gave an overview on Big data. He also explained what actually big data is? The various sources driving the big data . He stressed on the importance of big data, provided the fact that every common man produces billions of data every day. In this talk he also explained how to handle Big data. We also learnt about the various types of data-unstructured, quasi-structured, semi structured and
He also explained about in brief about Hadoop Eco System, which is an open source project initiated by Apache Foundation. Hadoop enables processing of large data in distributed manner. He also told about two things which form the core of Hadoop i.e., Map Reducing (programming model) and HDFS (Hadoop Distributed File System) Towards the end of the session he showed us how a sample program works in a Hadoop Eco System which further increased our understanding of the topic and increased our interest towards Big Data.
The Department of ISE organized a technical talk – 6 on 13th February 2016 which was delivered by a Resource Person Prof (Dr). D.K. Sreekantha, Professor, Dept of CSE, NMAMIT, Nitte, on the topic “Soft Computing and its Applications”.
In this session Dr. D.K. Sreekantha explained what is hard and soft Computing. He also explained various paradigms of soft computing and briefly explained the various applications of soft computing in real time categories of computing. He spoke about the relationship of soft computing with other fields and its applications includes Bioinformatics and Biomedicine.
Dr. D.K. Sreekantha also explained about intelligent systems, expert systems and artificial intelligence. He also shared his experience in 6 different countries of Europe.
At the end of the session Dr. D.K. Sreekantha, explained about the different life style of the people around the world. It was worth knowing about the countries like France, Paris, Belgium and many more.
Mr. Jayant Kumar Rathod, Associate Professor & Head, Dept of ISE, Presented and published the paper titled “Design of Speech Based Ground Control Station for Controlling the Micro Air Vehicles” at “International Conference on Advances in Computing and Communications – IEEE Publications” held at Rajagiri School of Engineering & Technology, Kochi, Kerala, during 3rd to 5th Sep 2015.
Mr. Sathyaprakash B. P., Asst. Professor, attended a 3-days workshop on “Simulation of Wireless Networks (SWN-2013)” organised by the Department of CSE, NITK, Surathkal, held from 17th to 19th June 2013.
Mrs. Smitha N. Bhat, Lecturer, attended a 2-days workshop on “Advances in Database Systems” organised by the Department of CSE, NMAMIT, Nitte, held on 7th & 8th June 2013.
Mr. Santhosh S., Lecturer, attended a 2-days workshop on “Advances in Database Systems” organised by the Department of CSE, NMAMIT, Nitte, held on 7th & 8th June 2013.
The Student Project titled “DETECTION OF DIABETIC RETINOPATHY”, Guided by Mr. Sharan Lional Pais and Ms. Kaveri.B.Kari, Assistant Professors, Dept of ISE, was selected at the KSCST ,Karnataka State level funding agency, Recognized by Govt. of Karnataka.
The following project batches for the academic 2015-16 are funded by different agencies as stated below:
|SLN||PROJECT ID||TEAM MEMBERSTEAM MEMBERS||TITLE||GUIDE||FUNDING AGENCY||AMOUNT|
||DETECTION OF DIABETIC RETINOPATHY||
||KSCST, Bangalore||Rs. 3000|
||IMPROVING STUDENT’S PERFORMANCE USING EDUCATIONAL DATA MINING||Mrs. SUVIKSHA V SHETTY||AEF, Moodbidri||Rs. 7000|
||REVERSIBLE DATA HIDING IN IMAGES||Mr. MANJUNATH KAMATH K||AEF, Moodbidri||Rs. 7000|
STUDENT PROJECT EXHIBITION WINNERS
Ms. DEEKSHA SHETTY
Ms. FIONA SHALOMA PERES
Ms. NISHA N HEGDE
REVERSIBLE DATA HIDING IN IMAGES
Mr. MANJUNATH KAMATH K
The Department of Information Science & Engineering organized an Industrial Visit for the 8th semester students on 4th and 5th April 2016 to ISRO, Bengaluru and MCF, Hassan. The main motivation behind Industrial Visit is to provide them with the real insight of working procedure of the esteemed organizations.
On 4th April 2016,our students visited to ISRO Bengaluru. Dr.Srinivas, A Senior scientist of ISRO who showed all the models and Clean Room where the students can see the group of scientists working with Satellites. Then, he explained about the functionalities of each of the models and finally showed a short video on Satellites and ISRO Campus.
On 5th April 2016, our students visited to MCF Hassan, A Senior scientist of MCF Dr.Yesubabu explained about basics of Satellites, Invention of Satellites, different kinds of Satellites, evolution of Satellites and also he showed a small video about communication satellites and role of MCF.
The two days of industrial visit to ISRO and MCF enriched our student’s knowledge with respect to Industry and helped them to gain knowledge about Satellites and its working condition.
On 19 Oct. 2013, the first industrial trip to Varahi hydro electric power plant was organized by Institution for seventh semester students of CSE & ISE Departments. All the students of are gathered in the college premises at 8 AM. The journey started towards Varahi at 8.30 AM. There were altogether 43 ISE students in the bus. All the students were filled with enthusiasm and zeal and were looking forward to see Varahi.
After three and half hours of journey, at about 12.30 PM, students were at the main entrance, which was followed by a 500m long tunnel staring. When the students reported at the reception desk, the staffs over there were happy to guide them through the map that was drawn, which presented an overview of the location of the dam, the station and the race line (from which the used water is ejected back to the river). Since it was an industrial visit, its account would be meaningless without describing the technical details, so here they are:
Varahi is Karnataka’s first underground powerhouse – a key milestone in the corporate history of KPCL.
The river Varahi takes its birth at a height of 730 m in the Western Ghats at Hebbagilu, near Agumbe in Shimoga District. It joins the Arabian Sea near Kundapur. After a 25 Km initial run, this swift and powerful river falls 455 m in cascades to form the bellowing Kunchikal falls. Initially conceived as a surface power house at the blueprint stage, Varahi was later converted into an underground Powerhouse. The decision for the change-over was based on three key parameters: technical, economical and our concern for environment protection. Stage I of the Varahi Hydro Electric Project has a total installed capacity of 230 MW contributing 1100 MU annually. This consists of 2 x 115 MW Generating Units at Varahi underground Powerhouse and two 4.5 MW units in the power house at the Mani Dam site. Provision was made to add two more Units at this power house of similar capacity (115 MW) & the excavation works were completed during Stage I works only. Now the construction works of units 3 & 4 each of 115 MW capacities is under progress. These units are scheduled to be commissioned during November 2008 A power house at the foot of the Mani dam on the right bank utilizes the reservoir head and generates about 40 MU of energy annually. Two Penstocks of 2.5 meters in diameter embedded in the dam feed the two vertical axis Kaplan turbines coupled to the 4.5 MW generators. The design head of the units is 22.5 meters and units operate for a head variation of 11.25 meters to 33.75 meters.
The Varahi Power Plant contains two units, each producing 115MW of electricity, with the turbine speed of 250 rpm. That tells us that it produces 230MW of electricity, which is supplied to the mangalore-varahi and shimoga-varahi power stations, from where it is sold. The estimated cost of a hydel power plant production is around 4-5 crores per MW. Add to it the fact that it's an underground power station, and the cost would be of the order of Rs. 1000 crore!!! The entire set up is mounted vertically, with the alternator at the top and the turbine at the bottom, the total height of each plant easily exceeding that of a 4-storeyed building. We were fortunate enough to have access to all the areas of the plant, barring a couple of chambers, which contained open lines carrying voltages of over 400V. The turbines were powered by six nozzles, used to control the flow of water depending upon the required speed desired. The power plant has achieved a power factor in excess of 0.9, which is excellent, by all standards.
The guide gave all the necessary details and technicalities of the power plant.
Finally students left the place at 4.30 PM, ready to embark on another three and a half hour adventure amidst the curly, mountain roads back to our college. The return trip was more fun than the morning one as it was drizzling and cool breeze hitting on our faces which still kept us fresh. Finally this trip was wrapped up by 9:00 PM.
All in all, an amazing trip, just the right mix of food, fun and learning. Those who missed out for whatever reasons were really unfortunate.
Date and Time: Monday, 15th February 2016 from 9-5 pm
Department of CSE , AIET Moodbidri is now recognized as a Apple IDUP Centre. AIET is a Apple iOS centre offers training based on Apple iOS Development. In this connection 8 days initial workshop was conducted in the department of CSE for the faculty & student members of ECE, CSE and ISE. Mr. Arun Patawardhan, Apple iOS Trainer, Xcel Frameworks , Mumbai was the trainer during workshop. The 14 Faculty members were trained during this workshop and they developed App project and got trainer certificate.
The Linux Lab was established in the year 2015 at department CSE. Prof. Edwin, Former Professor Philadelphia University is the incharge for Linux Lab. Currently Pre-Final year and Final year student are doing their projects in the Linux Platform to encourage Open Source Software’s to current computer generation.
Intel Intelligence Systems Lab was established in department of CSE during year 2013.
The 20 staff members of the department of CSE, ECE and ISE were trained during this workshop. Workshop was inaugurated by Mr.Kiran Nambiar, Intel FICE Bangalore and Mr. Shivaprasad Yadav, Mr.Sainath Shanbaugh and Mr. Purushottam Reddy were the trainers of the Workshop. Prof. Manjunath Kotari, HOD CSE welcomed the gathering. Dr. Peter Fernandes, Principal, AIET, Moodbidri presided over the function. Currently final year students are doing projects on Intel FICE using Atom processor.
A two day workshop cum certification course on “A Practical Approach on System Modeling and Simulation using C/C++ Based Discrete Event Simulator CSIM 2.0” on 19th& 20th October 2015.
The Resource Person for the workshop was Dr. S. Suresh from Anna University, Tamilnadu.
The workshop facilitated conversations about the future of engineering education with an emphasis on the importance of system modeling and simulations. The workshop introduced study cases using a C/C++ based discrete event CSIM program that enabled students to learn about system modeling and simulation. The objective of this course was enabling the participants to understand the fundamental concepts of system modeling and simulation using discrete event simulator CSIM 20.This include (i) Overview Of system Modeling and Simulation, (ii) Queuing models and networks of Queues, (iii) discrete event simulation modeling, (iv) Discrete event
simulation modeling using CSIM 20 - experiment design, workload characterization, measurement of performance metrics, analysis and presentation of results, (v) Learn how to design and implement process-oriented simulation models using CSIM, (vi) Understand the modeling and analysis process from a project perspective and how to define experiments and present results.
A two day workshop cum certification course on “Codeless Website Designing & Mozilla Firefox” was arranged and conducted on 4th & 5th March 2016.
The Resource person for the workshop was Mr. Rahul Kanojia, Founder & CEO, Diplomads Professional Services Pvt Ltd.
Around 250 students from all the departments participated actively and got the practical exposure of designing a website without the knowledge of programming languages.
First day Mr. Rahul Kanojia delivered a brief introduction about website design with coding and without coding. Later he explained the differences, advantages and limitations of both types of website design. Also he explained about Wordpress.com for creating codeless website.
The second day, Mr. Rahul given a practical exposure of how to create a website using the
A two day workshop cum certification course on “Software testing, Automation Tools and its Applications” was arranged and conducted on 11th& 12th April 2016.
The Resource persons for the workshop are from the ASTUTE Technology Services, Mangalore.
The workshop started with the basics of testing, manual testing and its types, testing terminologies. Later the discussion was, about the automation testing and the tools currently used in the organizations. A particular automation tool called “Selenium” was discussed in the workshoplater.
Objectives of Selenium Automation Testing:
The Department of ISE organized two day event named “AMSA 2015-16 A Charity Movie Show” on 10th and 11th Oct 2015. AMSA is basically a movie charity show where the movies are shown to the students of various schools and colleges and the money collected out of it is used for social cause. AMSA is a social activity whose main aim is to help the needy people in the society like old age, physically handicapped, poor people, Diseased people etc. The function was inaugurated by Mr. Ashok Shetty and Forum Coordinators Mr. Jayantkumar. A.Rathod and Mr. Manjunath Kamath. This is the fifth AMSA of ISE. This time the amount collect is Approximately Rs. 60000. And the same amount was used for the social purpose.
The Department of ISE organized two day event named “Women’s Self Defense” with the slogan “Why to depend on MAN when there is a MAN in WO – MAN” on 3rd and 4th Oct 2015 by a Resource person Ms. Ankita Bane. Ms.Ankita Bane is an international Boxer and Karate Player, Mumbai. Around 500 students of AEF were involved in learning the various techniques to protect themselves when they are being attacked in various situations. This workshop was conducted in Vidyagiri campus to focus the degree and post graduate students. The way Ms. Ankita Bane motivated the students to defend yourself was really helpful as the response of the student per session was amazing and they look forward to motivate others too. The total amount of Rs. 25000 was collected and the same amount is used for social purpose.
AMSA – a movie show for charity was successfully organized by the Department of Information Science & Engineering. An event aimed to collect amount for charity by showing movies to student community.
AMSA for the year 2014 was inaugurated by Dr. Peter Fernandes, Principal, AIET and Mr. Vivek Alva, Management Trustee, AEF, Moodbidri on 22nd of March 2014. The event spanned up to 23rd March 2014 with 12 different movies on 3 different screens.All the staff members and students of ISE Department actively participated in organizing and managing the event; resulting a huge success, that collected a total of Rs. 48,200/-. This collected amount will be used to fulfill the requirements of the needy organization/people, to whom the money will be donated. AMSA – a movie show for charity was successfully organized by the Department of Information Science & Engineering. An event aimed to collect amount for charity by showing movies to student community.
AMSA for the year 2014 – 15 was inaugurated by Dr. Peter Fernandes, Principal, AIET and Mr. Vivek Alva, Management Trustee, AEF, Moodbidri on 27th September 2014.
The event spanned up to 28th September 2014 with 12 different movies on 3 different screens.All the staff members and students of ISE Department actively participated in organizing and managing the event; resulting a huge success, that collected a total of about Rs. 62,000/-.
This collected amount will be used to fulfill the requirements of the needy organization/people, to whom the money will be donated.
Department of Information Science & Engineering was organized a 2 days Workshop on “Women’s Self Defence Workshop” Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology, Moodbidri during 5th & 6th March, 2015.
The inauguration of Workshop held on 5th March, 2015. The workshop was inaugurated by Resource Person Ms. Ankita Bane, Military Trained Boxer and Karate, Diplomas Educational Services, Mumbai. Mr. Rahul, Diplomas Educational Services, Mumbai also represented as Resource Person of this workshop. Dr. Peter Fernades, Principal , AIET, Mr. Vivek Alva, Management Trustee, AEF and Prof. Manjunath Kotari, HOD CSE/ISE were present during this inauguration ceremony. About 350 ladies students of the CSE/ISE and ECE department were participated actively & get benefitted this Women’s Defence workshop. All the participants were appreciated this unique kind of women’s defence workshop.
|Sl. No||Name (s) of the Teaching Faculty||Designation||Qualifications||Photo|
|1.||Mr. Jayanth Kumar Rathod||Associate. Professor & HOD||B.E||M.Tech||-|
|2.||Mr. Sudarshana Kerenalli||Associate. Professor||B.E||M.Tech||-|
|3.||Mr. Sathyaprakash B.P||Asst. Professor||B.E||M.Tech||(Ph.D)|
|4.||Divya Ravi||Asst. Professor||B.E||M.Tech||-
|5.||Mr. Santhosh S||Asst Professor||B.E||M.Tech||-|
|6.||Swapna Laxmi K.||Asst. Professor||B.E||M.Tech||-|
|7.||Suviksha V Shetty||Asst. Professor||B.E||M.Tech||-|
|8.||Ms. Kaveri||Asst. Professor||B.E||M.Tech||-|
|9.||Mr. Sharan Lional Pais||Asst. Professor||B.E||M.Tech||-|
|10.||Ms. Sahana Shetty||Asst. Professor||B.E||M.Tech||-|
|11.||Ms. Smitha N Bhat||Asst Professor||B.E||M. Tech||-|