Introduction

            The Computer Science and Engineering is a study of the Theoretical Foundations of Information, Computation and of practical techniques for their implementation and application in Computer system. It is the Systematic study of Algorithms that create, describe and transform the information. It has many sub fields such as, Computer Graphics, Programming language theory, Artificial Intelligence and Internet Computing. The matured technologies such as, Automobile, Banking, Defense, Healthcare and Telecommunication converged with the Computer technology today and get different dimensions in application. This will lead to lot of scopes and challenges for computer engineers.

Programmes offered:

  • B.E. Computer Science and Engineering
  • M.E. Computer Science and Engineering

VISION

  • To attain excellence in Computer Science and Engineering field so as to address societal problems through active research, maintaining ethical standards.

MISSION

  • To empower with technical skills to solve the real time problems through interdisciplinary approach.
  • Expose to international ethical practices.
  • Provide personality development for an effective leader and individual member of a team.

• To accomplish applications of current technologies and exhibit technical skills to develop and implement strategies for solutions in Computer Science and Engineering problems.
• To inculcate high level of professionalism, ethical attitude, effective communication skills, team spirit, multidisciplinary approach to take on to the challenging environment in the IT industries.
• To nurture leadership qualities, intellectual curiosity for social needs.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO)

  • Ability to apply programming and interpersonal skills to implement various algorithms for complex engineering problems.
  • Ability to design effective solutions for real time problems of both industry and society using cutting edge technologies.
Dr.V.Chandrasekar Associate Professor / HOD

Ph.D. : Information & Communication Engineering
Completed: 2013

M.TECH : Computer Science & Engineering
Completed : 2004

B.E : Computer Science & Engineering
Completed :1998

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference: 12

National Conference: 4

Journals: 10

AREA OF INTEREST

Mobile Communication, Adhoc Networks, Machine Learning

Dr.K.Geetha Professor

Ph.D. : Information & Communication Technology
Completed: 2016

M.TECH : Information Technology
Completed : 2009

B.E : Computer Science & Engineering
Completed :2000

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference: 6

National Conference: 9

Journals: 6

AREA OF INTEREST

Image Processing, Data warehousing and mining, Bio metrics, Artificial Intelligence

G.Nalina Keerthana Assistant Professor

M.E : Computer Science & Engineering

Completed: 2013

B.E : Computer Science & Engineering

Completed: 2004

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference: 1

National Conference: 1

Journals: 2

AREA OF INTEREST

Computer Programming, Computer Network, internet Programming, Object, Python Programming

S.Shanmuga Priya Assistant Professor

M.E : Computer Science & Engineering

Completed: 2006

B.E : Computer Science & Engineering

Completed: 2004

MBA:

Completed:2009

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference: 1

National Conference: 4

Journals: 2

 

AREA OF INTEREST

Computer Programming, Computer Network, internet Programming, Object, Python Programming

R. Venkatesan Assistant Professor

Ph.D. : CSE
Pursing

M.E : Computer Science & Engineering
Completed :2007

B.E : Computer Science & Engineering
Completed :2004

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference: 2

National Conference: 1

AREA OF INTEREST

Cryptography and Network Security , Image Processing , Object Oriented Programming, Software Engineering

B.Rama Assistant Professor

M.E : Computer Science & Engineering
Completed :2013

B.E : Computer Science & Engineering
Completed :2005

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference : 6

National Conference : 2

Journals : 2

AREA OF INTEREST

Computer Networks, Computer Graphics, Computer Architecture, Operating Systems

M.K.Mohamed Faizal Assistant Professor

M.E : Computer Science & Engineering

Completed :2013

B.E : Computer Science & Engineering

Completed :2008

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

National Conference: 4

 

AREA OF INTEREST

Computer Programming, Programming Data Structures, Java Programming,Database Management Systems and Design and Analysis of Algorithms

A.Barveen Assistant Professor

M.E : Computer Science & Engineering

Completed: 2013

B.E : Computer Science & Engineering

Completed: 2008

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

National Conference: 8

International Conference: 1

AREA OF INTEREST

Computer Programming, Computer Network, internet Programming, Python Programming, Operating Systems, Programming data structures, Software Engineering

R. Pradeep Assistant Professor

M.E : Computer Science & Engineering
Completed : 2011

B.E : Computer Science & Engineering
Completed :2005

EXPERIENCE

Teaching : 06 Years

Industrial : 06 Years

AREA OF INTEREST

Cloud Computing, Computer Networks, Database Management Systems, ObjectOriented Programming, Software Engineering

A.Joshua issac Assistant Professor

M.E : Computer Science & Engineering

Completed :2013

B.E : Computer Science & Engineering

Completed :2011

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference: 1

National Conference: 2

AREA OF INTEREST

Computer Programming, Computer Network, internet Programming, Object, Python Programming

G. Megala Assistant Professor

M.E : Computer Science & Engineering

Completed :2013

B.E : Computer Science & Engineering

Completed :2009

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference: 1

National Conference: 4

AREA OF INTEREST

Computer Programming, Computer Network, internet Programming, Object, Python Programming

S.Manikandan Assistant Professor

M.E : Computer Science & Engineering

Completed :2014

B.E : Computer Science & Engineering

Completed :2012

AREA OF INTEREST

Computer Programming, Computer Network, internet Programming, Object, Python Programming

P.Christopher Assistant Professor

M.E : Computer Science & Engineering

Completed: 2013

MBA:

Completed: 2010

B.E : Computer Science & Engineering

Completed: 2006

 

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference: 1

National Conference: 5

Journals: 2

AREA OF INTEREST

Service Oriented Architecture, Middleware Technologies, XML and Web Services, Database Management Systems, Design and Analysis of Algorithms

P.Manikandan Assistant Professor

M.E : Computer Science & Engineering

Completed: 2015

B.E : Computer Science & Engineering

Completed: 2007

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference: 1

National Conference: 5

Journals: 2

 

AREA OF INTEREST

Computer Programming,Information Management,Python Programming,Cyber Forensics,Cloud Computing,Software Quality Management

John Richie Immanuel Assistant Professor

M.E : Computer Science & Engineering

Completed: 2013

B.E : Computer Science & Engineering

Completed: 2010

AREA OF INTEREST

Web Technology

P.Thenmozhi Assistant Professor

M.E : Computer Science & Engineering

Completed: 2013

B.E : Computer Science & Engineering

Completed: 2011

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference: 1

National Conference: 2

Journals: 1

AREA OF INTEREST

Artificial Intelligence

P.Ramesh Assistant Professor

Ph.D.: CSE
Pursing

M.E : Computer Science & Engineering

Completed  : 2013

B.E – Computer Science & Engineering

Completed : 2002

Paper Publishing Details :

International  Conference : 3

National Conference : 4

Journals : 1

Area of Interest:

Computer Architecture, Operating System, Bigdata, Database Management.

R.Deepa Assistant Professor

M.E : Computer Science & Engineering

Completed  : 2013

B.E – Computer Science & Engineering

Completed : 2006

Paper Publishing Details :

International  Conference : 1

National Conference  :  2

National workshop  : 1

Seminar : 2

Area Of Interest :

Data Structures,  Database, Computer Networks

Workshop / Symposium

S.NoYearName of the StudentName of the  EventName of the Host College Prize Awarded
1II/CSE BL. Nivethini

A.Ummal Bajria

Paper PresentationMAR College of Engineering & TechnologyThird Prize(1000 CASH AWARD)
2II/CSE BL. Nivethini

A.Ummal Bajria

Technical EventMAR College of Engineering & TechnologySecond Prize
3II/CSE BA.Ummal BajriaDebuggingMAR College of Engineering & TechnologyThird Prize
4III/CSE AR.ManivelTechnical EventMAR College of Engineering & TechnologySecond Prize
5IV/CSEM.Ahamed BashaTechnical EventMAR College of Engineering & TechnologyFirst Prize
6IV/CSEK. JegadeeswariPaper PresentationAnna University (BIT Campus)Second Prize(500 CASH AWARD)
7II/CSE BS.Vasanth

V.Prasanna
G.Uma Shankar
A.Sibiya Nilosha
G.Ramya

Technical EventMAM School of EngineeringFirst Prize
8II/CSE BG.RamyaTechnical quizMAM School of EngineeringSecond Prize
9II/CSE BS.Vasanth

V.Prasanna
G.Uma Shankar
A.Sibiya Nilosha
G.Ramya

Technical EventMAM School of EngineeringSecond Prize

Phython / C Programming Laboratory

HP : Total 51 Systems

  • Intel Core2 duo E7400 processor,
  • Intel G33 Chip set Motherboard,
  • Ram 2GB DDR2
  • Hard Disk 250GB Sata
  • HP Cabinet
  • HP Monitor LCD Wide TFT 18.5″
  • HP Keyboard
  • HP Optical Mouse
  • Sony Projector

Case Tools Laboratory

HP : Total 57 Systems

  • Intel Core2 duo E7400 Processor,
  • Intel G33 Chip set Motherboard,
  • Ram 2GB DDR2
  • Hard Disk 250GB Sata
  • HP Cabinet
  • HP Monitor LCD Wide TFT 18.5″
  • HP Keyboard
  • HP Optical Mouse
  • Sony Projector

Mobile Application Development Laboratory / Grid & Cloud Computing

HP Pro 3330MT Business: 44 Systems

  • Intel Core i3 HP Pro2120 Processor
  • Intel H61 Chip set Motherboard
  • RAM 4GB DDR
  • Hard Disk 500GB SATA
  • HP LED 18.5″
  • HP Keyboard
  • HP Optical Mouse
  • Sony Projector

DBMS / Compiler Laboratory

Lenovo Think Center M58e : 34 Systems

  • Intel Core2 duo E7400 processor,
  • Intel G33 Chip set Motherboard,
  • Ram 2GB DDR2
  • Hard Disk 250GB Sata
  • Lenovo Cabinet,
  • Lenovo Monitor LCD Wide TFT 18.5″
  • Lenovo Keyboard
  • Lenovo Optical Mouse
  • Sony Projector

Networking / Operating System Laboratory

Lenovo Think Center M555 : 40 Systems

  • Intel Core2 Duo  Processor
  • Intel Q963 Chip set Mother Board
  • Lenovo Cabinet
  • RAM 1 GB DDR2
  • Hard Disk 160GB SATA
  • Lenovo Monitor LCD TFT 17″
  • Lenovo Keyboard
  • Lenovo Optical Mouse
  • Sony Projector

Communication and Soft Skill Laboratory

Lenovo: 55 Systems

  • Lenovo Dual Core
  • Ram 1GB DDR2
  • Hard Disk 160GB Sata
  • Lenovo Cabinet
  • Lenovo Monitor LCD Wide TFT 18.5″
  • Lenovo Keyboard
  • Lenovo Optical Mouse
  • 55 Head Phones
  • Sony Projector

List of Softwares

  • Python 3.6
  • Turbo C 7
  • NS2 3.27
  • Putty (Lex ,Yacc tool based Unix)
  • Argo UML
  • JDK 1.8
  • LAN Controller & LAN Node (LAN Kit)
  • Android Studio 3.0
  • GIMP

Rack Server

IBM System x3650 servers feature fast,

  • 3.0 GHz/667 MHz and 3.2 GHz/1066 MHz
  • 2 x 2 MB L2 Cache
  • Dual Core Intel Xeon Processors
  • Hard Disk 160 GB x 2 x 3
  • RAM 2 GB x 3

FIRST YEAR

Semester I

SL.No.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1.HS6151Technical English – I3104
2.MA6151Mathematics – I3104
3.PH6151Engineering Physics – I3003
4.CY6151Engineering Chemistry – I3003
5.GE6151Computer Programming3003
6.GE6152Engineering Graphics2034
PRACTICAL
7.GE6161Computer Practices Laboratory0032
8.GE6162Engineering Practices Laboratory0032
9.GE6163Physics and Chemistry Laboratory – I0021
TOTAL
1721126

Semester II

SL.No.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1.HS6251Technical English – II3104
2.MA6251Mathematics – II3104
3.PH6251Engineering Physics – II3003
4.CY6251Engineering Chemistry – II3003
5.CS6201Digital Principles and System Design3003
6.CS6202Programming and Data Structures I3003
PRACTICAL
7.GE6262Physics and Chemistry Laboratory – II0021
8.CS6211Digital Laboratory0032
9.CS6212Programming and Data StructuresLaboratory I0032

 

 

TOTAL
182825

SECOND YEAR

Semester III

SL.No.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1.MA6351Transforms and Partial Differential Equations3104
2.CS6301Programming and Data Structure II3003
3.CS6302Database Management Systems3003
4.CS6303Computer Architecture3003
5.CS6304Analog and Digital Communication3003
6.GE6351Environmental Science and Engineering3003
PRACTICAL
7.CS6311Programming and Data Structure Laboratory II0032
8.CS6312Database Management Systems Laboratory0032
TOTAL
181623

Semester IV

SL.No.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1.MA6453Probability and Queueing Theory3104
2.CS6551Computer Networks3003
3.CS6401Operating Systems3003
4.CS6402Design and Analysis of Algorithms3003
5.EC6504Microprocessor and Microcontroller3003
6.CS6403Software Engineering3003
PRACTICAL
7.CS6411Networks Laboratory0032
8.CS6412Microprocessor and Micro controller Laboratory0032
9.CS6413Operating Systems Laboratory0032
TOTAL
181925

THIRD YEAR

Semester V

SL.No.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1.MA6566Discrete Mathematics3104
2.CS6501Internet Programming3104
3.CS6502Object Oriented Analysis and Design3003
4.CS6503Theory of Computation3003
5.CS6504Computer Graphics3003
PRACTICAL
6.CS6511Case Tools Laboratory0032
7.CS6512Internet Programming Laboratory0032
8.CS6513Computer Graphics Laboratory0032
TOTAL
152923

Semester VI

SL.No.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1.CS6601Distributed Systems3003
2.IT6601Mobile Computing3003
3.CS6660Compiler Design3003
4.IT6502Digital Signal Processing3104
5.CS6659Artificial Intelligence3003
6.Elective I3003
PRACTICAL
7.CS6611Mobile Application Development Laboratory0032
8.CS6612Compiler Laboratory0032
9.GE6674Communication and Soft  Skills – LaboratoryBased0042
TOTAL
1811025

FINAL YEAR

Semester VII

SL.No.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1.CS6701Cryptography and Network Security3003
2.CS6702Graph Theory and Applications3003
3.CS6703Grid and Cloud Computing3003
4.CS6704Resource Management Techniques3003
5.Elective II3003
6.Elective III3003
PRACTICAL
7.CS6711Security Laboratory0032
8.CS6712Grid and Cloud Computing Laboratory0032
TOTAL
180622

Semester VIII

SL.No.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1.CS6801Multi –  Core Architectures and Programming3003
2.Elective IV3003
3.Elective V3003
PRACTICAL
4.CS6811Project Work00126
TOTAL
901215

ODD SEMESTER 2018 - 2019

MOBILE APP DEVELOPMENT

Objectives

  • Know the components and structure of mobile application development frameworks for Android and windows OS based mobiles.
  • Understand how to work with various mobile application development frameworks.
  • Learn the basic and important design concepts and issues of development of mobile applications.
  • Understand the capabilities and limitations of mobile devices.

Course contents

  • Android Studio Basic and Elements.
  • Introduction to XML coding Language, Java and importing variables.
  • Introduction to App Theme (UI) Designing.
  • Android App using Intent and Starting Next Activity.
  • Introduction to Basic Activity and it is Contents.
  • Android App using Menu items and adding Click listeners.
  • List View- Item Click Handling in Android App.
  • Android App Using Rating Bar and Using Spinner.
  • Building a simple Calculator Using Android Studio.
  • Simple Login App Using Android Studio.

Course Duration
Three months (July 2018 to September 2018)

Course outcomes

  • Design and Implement various mobile applications using emulators.
  • Deploy applications to hand-held devices.
  • Publish and maintain these applications in the marketplace.
  • Apply current software technologies, framework architecture and standards used in mobile application development

Course Instructors
Mr.S.Manikandan , AP/CSE

Students
Third Year V Semester – 35 students

Archive

Python Programming

Objectives

  • To understand python which is a powerful programming/scripting language to create basic to complex programs
  • Python has several libraries that can be used to create programs for wide range of applications.
  • One of the major reasons for its popularity is its simplicity in handling it.
  • Python has powerful Django web scripting libraries which are widely used in web developing.

Course contents

  • Introduction to Python
  • Control Flow & Functions
  • Strings & Lists
  • Tuples & Dictionaries
  • Files, Modules, Packages

Course outcomes

  • On completion of this course the participant will gain knowledge about the Phython programming language.

Course duration
Two months (February 2018 to March 2018)

Course Instructor
Mr. S.Manikandan, Assistant Professor/CSE

 Students 
Third Year VI Semester – 35 students

Hardware and Networking

Objectives 

  • To build on the Computer Networking knowledge
  • To move into Network Engineering positions such as Systems Admin, Network Admin or Technical Operations.

Course contents

  • PC components and Identification
  • Introduction to Networking
  • Types of Messaging
  • Types of Addressing
  • Switching and Bridging
  • Introduction to servers

Course duration
Three months (July 2017 to September 2017)

Course Outcome

  • Students will be able to install and troubleshoot system hardware.
  • Students will be able to disassemble, troubleshoot/debug, upgrade, replace basic components, and reassemble servers and client systems.
  • Students will be able to implement Local Area Networks using both static and dynamic addressing techniques including subnetting.
  • Students will be able to use computer systems and networks in a responsible and ethical manner.
  • Students will be able to work as an effective member of a workgroup.

Course Instructors
Dr.K.Geetha , AP/CSE.

Students
Final year VII Semester – 18 Students
Third Year V Semester  –  18 students

  • National Level Technical Symposium - TISCA’19

     The Department of Computer Science and Engineering, MIET Engineering College has conducted a “National Level Technical Symposium – “TISCA’19” on        23-02-2019 (Saturday).

    Er. A. Mohamed Yunus, Chairman, M.I.E.T Educational Institution presided over the function. Dr. X. Susan Christina, Principal, M.I.E.T. Engineering College, Trichy felicitated the Gathering and Dr.T.Karthikeyan, Director, Planning and Development addressed the students, R. Karishma, Student, III year CSE presented the annual report. The Souvenir of all the departments was released in the grand occasion.

    Mr. V. Ramachandran, General Manger, Kothari Sugars and Chemicals Limited, Trichy delivered the Inaugural address. Many events were organized throughout the day in which the students from various Engineering colleges participated actively. Models related with current era were created by the students of our College displayed in this symposium.

    In this the Debugging Event, has started at 11.30am with three rounds. The round details as follows

    • Maximum two members per team can participate.
    • Preliminary round will be conducted and only qualified teams can participate in the final round.

    In first round, only 19 teams were allowed. 5 programs  were given in order to identify the errors for each team. We allotted totally 25 marks for each team.  Out of 19 teams we selected only 10 teams for round2 according to their marks.

    In second round, In the online debugging programs were given to choose the winners.

    Total No of  teams registered19
    No of teams selected for round119
    No of teams selected for round210
    Final winners (3 Teams)3

    The winner was announced by the coordinator Mrs.S. Shanmugapriya and S. Manikandan

    S.NoName of the studentInstitution namePrize/ Participated
    1N.ArunaSaranathan College of EngineeringI prize
    R.Indhumathi
    2V.PooranyaM.Kumarasamy College of EngineeringII prize
    P.Janani
    3P.Swarna gowsalyaOxford Engineering CollegeIII  prize
    B.Karthika

    The Connection Event has started at 11.30 AM and rules are

    • Maximum two members per team can participate.
    • Preliminary round will be conducted and only qualified teams can participate in the final round.

    In first round, only 19 teams were allowed. 25 questions were displayed and the participants need to connect the display and write the hidden word. Out of 19 teams we selected only 08 teams for round2 according to their marks. In second round, Technical terms need to be connected with the display.

    Total No of  teams registered19
    No of teams selected for round119
    No of teams selected for round208
    Final winners03

    The winner was announced by the coordinator Mrs. A. Barveen and Mrs. G. Megala

    S.NoName of the studentInstitution namePrize/ Participated
    1G.Vishnu sujithGovernment College of EngineeringI prize
    M.Murali
    2N.OviyaStarlion College Of EngineeringII prize
    C.Tamilselvi
    3J.Jeremia PremkumarK.Ramakrishnan College of EngineeringIII  prize
    C. Sundari

    In connection with TISCA’19, for paper presentation, totally 35 papers were received from various engineering colleges. After scrutinizing the papers by the event coordinators and HOD, 12 papers were selected for final presentation. The 12 papers are

    S.NoName of the studentInstitution nameTitle of the paper
    1P.VigneshwaranMepco Schlenk Engineering CollegeAndroid Mobile Assistive and Navigation System for Visually Impaired
    2J.Jeremia PremkumarK.Ramakrishnan College of EngineeringSmart Traffic Signal Controller
    C.Sundari
    3B.KalaivaniMAR College of Engineering and TechnologyImplementation of Patient Respiratory Systems
    4J.Mohamed YahoofK.Ramakrishna College of TechnologyCloudlet-Based Just-In-Time Indexing Of  IoT Video
    C.Jayakrishnan
    5A.Affrin FarzanaMAM College of Engineering and TechnologyDeep Learning
    S. Menaka
    6P.RabithaStar Lion College of Engineering and TechnologyBLE-Based assert location Identification using IOT
    A.Ananthi
    7G.PriyankaCARE College of EngineeringSmart Home Automation
    M.Kalaivani
    8L.V.SwathikaMAM College of Engineering and TechnologyArtificial Intelligence EcoSystem
    9G.Vishnu SujithaGovernment College of Engineering, Srirangam.Diabetic Prediction Based On Big Data Analytics
    V.Sivapriya
    10P.AgalayaSaranathan College of EngineeringBeacon
    R.K.Akshayapriya
    11G.DimpleGovernment College of Engineering, SrirangamBiometric Identification Using Facial Patterns in Cloud
    K.Dharma Nithya
    12C.TamilselviStar Lion College of Engineering and TechnologyDetecting and Mitigating Target Link-Flooding Attacks Using SDN
    N.Oviya

    Guest speaker Dr.K. Rajbabu., Deputy Manger, BHEL, Trichy and Dr.K.Geetha, Professor / CSE are the juries for the paper presentation session. 

    S.NoName of the studentInstitution nameTitle of the paperPrize/ Participated
    1P.VigneshwaranMepco Schlenk Engineering CollegeAndroid Mobile Assistive and Navigation System for Visually ImpairedI prize
    2J.Jeremia PremkumarK.Ramakrishnan College of EngineeringSmart Traffic Signal ControllerII prize
    C.Sundari
    3B.KalaivaniMAR College of Engineering and TechnologyImplementation of Patient Respiratory SystemsIII Prize

                The winners were honoured with prizes and certificates. Dr.K. Rajbabu., Deputy Manger, BHEL, Trichy and Dr.V.Chandrasekar HOD/CSE distributed the prizes proposed vote of thanks.

  • GUEST LECTURE : Web Services and Application Protocols 30/ 09/ 2018

     The Department of Computer Science and Engineering , MIET Engineering College has conducted a Guest Lecture on  “Web Services  and Application Protocols” on  29/09/2018 (Tuesday) at 10.00 am in Lab3.

    Er. A. Mohamed Yunus, Chairman, M.I.E.T Educational Institution presided over the function. Dr.X.Susan Christina, Principal, M.I.E.T. Engineering College, Trichy  & Dr.V.Chandrasekar, Head of the Department, CSE felicitated the gathering. Selvi.A.K.Ayesha Shereen of  third year  CSE welcomed the gathering and  Selvan.S.Amrutam Sunil of third  year CSE, gave an  introduction about the chief guest Mr.A.Ramkumar, Senior Associate – Projects Cognizant Technologies, Coimbatore .

    Web services are self-contained, modular, distributed, dynamic applications that can be described, published, located, or invoked over the network to create products, processes, and supply chains. These applications can be local, distributed, or web-based. Web services are built on top of open standards such as TCP/IP, HTTP, Java, HTML, and XML.

    Students gave the feedback about the session and Selvi. S.Aswathi of third year CSE proposed the vote of thanks. R.Venkatesan Asso.prof/CSE organized the function in an ostentatious manner.

  • GUEST LECTURE : ETHICAL HACKING 07/ 08/ 2018

     The Department of Computer Science and Engineering , MIET Engineering College has conducted a Guest Lecture on  “Ethical Hacking” on  07/08/2018 (Tuesday) at 10.00 am in Lab3.

    Er. A. Mohamed Yunus, Chairman, M.I.E.T Educational Institution presided over the function. Dr.X.Susan Christina, Principal, M.I.E.T. Engineering College, Trichy  & Dr.V.Chandrasekar, Head of the Department, CSE felicitated the gathering. Selvan.M.Hisam Zahid of  final year  CSE welcomed the gathering and  Selvan.G.Hariharan  of final  year CSE, gave an  introduction about the chief guest Mr.Vivek, CEO of  Ozone Cyber Security, Kerala .

     Ethical hacking is an emerging tool used for testing the network security. The security risks and vulnerabilities in a network can be recognized with the help of ethical hacking. The job of an ethical hacker is to purposefully penetrate security systems to fix the weak points. The professionals employ methods similar to that used by malicious hackers, but they are required to be a step or two ahead of their vicious counterparts. Ethical or white hat hackers hack the system with the permission from the client and present a maturity scorecard for the network that highlights their overall risk. Penetration testing or pen testing is a way of evaluating Internet applications, networks and computer systems for the level of  vulnerability. This test helps in gauging the network and giving it a real-world assessment.

    A live demonstration about hacking was done and he specified that hacking may not be always successful. In the demonstration  an  URL “ozoneteam.ddns.net” was given to the students, using the URL  android apk file was downloaded in the  mobile phone, with the help of the file he hacked the gallery, camera, call log of the mobile phone etc., He also demonstrated  that how the face book and gmail account can be hacked using phishing technology.

    He also explained about the difference between logging out and history deletion. He  also specified the WannaCry ransomware attack which was happened on May 2017  the worldwide cyberattack by the WannaCry ransomware cryptoworm, which targeted computers running the Microsoft Windows operating system by encrypting data and demanding ransom payments in the Bitcoin cryptocurrency. He described about the Wi-Fi hacking and hacked the other country website. He also specified the techniques to be followed to keep our mobile and laptop data to be secured.

    Students benefitted by understanding how ethical hacking benefits many organizations computer and individual system by providing security with effective manner before the attack takes place. Students gave the feedback about the session and Selvi. G.Durkadevi of final year CSE proposed the vote of thanks. Dr.K.Geetha Asso.prof/CSE organized the function in an ostentatious manner.

  • GUEST LECTURE : Realization of AWT and Swings in JAVA 19/ 07/ 2018

              

    The Department of Computer Science & Engineering, M.I.E.T. Engineering College, Trichy has organized a Guest Lecture on “Realization of AWT and Swings in JAVA” on 19-07-2018 for the second year CSE Students in the MBA Hall at 9.30a.m. Mr.Saravana Raman,M Tech,(Ph.d), Associate Professor/HOD, Department of Computer Science & Engineering,Shri Angalamman College of Engg & Tech., Trichy  was the key note speaker for the session.

    He exemplified about the need and significance of Java and how it is used in companies. And also he conferred the applications and placement questions and scope of  java.

    He fashioned awareness among students about the learning of Java software. He also persist the students to learn more on basics and also basic needs for each and every software and showed the difference of java with other programming languages.

    He obtainable his views on Abstract Window Toolkit and Swings. He elucidates different components and build in classes and methods and its uses. Finally he ended with  how to create an application with the above concepts and how it is used practically and also the usage of those procedures compared with other languages.

    This program was very helpful for the students to gain knowledge beyond the syllabus. And they got awareness about Java and where it is used in companies and how it is used and also expose the students to compare with other languages. In this occasion Our Chairman Er.A.Mohamed Yunus and Principal Dr.X.Susan Christina felicitated the gathering.

  • National Level Technical Symposium TISCA’19 (Triggering Innovation in Significant Computing Advancement)

     The Department of Computer Science and Engineering, MIET Engineering College has conducted a “National Level Technical Symposium – “TISCA’19” on        23-02-2019 (Saturday).

    Er. A. Mohamed Yunus, Chairman, M.I.E.T Educational Institution presided over the function. Dr. X. Susan Christina, Principal, M.I.E.T. Engineering College, Trichy felicitated the Gathering and Dr.T.Karthikeyan, Director, Planning and Development addressed the students, R. Karishma, Student, III year CSE presented the annual report. The Souvenir of all the departments was released in the grand occasion.

    Mr. V. Ramachandran, General Manger, Kothari Sugars and Chemicals Limited, Trichy delivered the Inaugural address. Many events were organized throughout the day in which the students from various Engineering colleges participated actively. Models related with current era were created by the students of our College displayed in this symposium.

    In this the Debugging Event, has started at 11.30am with three rounds. The round details as follows

    • Maximum two members per team can participate.
    • Preliminary round will be conducted and only qualified teams can participate in the final round.

    In first round, only 19 teams were allowed. 5 programs  were given in order to identify the errors for each team. We allotted totally 25 marks for each team.  Out of 19 teams we selected only 10 teams for round2 according to their marks.

    In second round, In the online debugging programs were given to choose the winners.

    Total No of  teams registered19
    No of teams selected for round119
    No of teams selected for round210
    Final winners (3 Teams)3

    The winner was announced by the coordinator Mrs.S. Shanmugapriya and S. Manikandan

    S.NoName of the studentInstitution namePrize/ Participated
    1N.ArunaSaranathan College of EngineeringI prize
    R.Indhumathi
    2V.PooranyaM.Kumarasamy College of EngineeringII prize
    P.Janani
    3P.Swarna gowsalyaOxford Engineering CollegeIII  prize
    B.Karthika

    The Connection Event has started at 11.30 AM and rules are

    • Maximum two members per team can participate.
    • Preliminary round will be conducted and only qualified teams can participate in the final round.

    In first round, only 19 teams were allowed. 25 questions were displayed and the participants need to connect the display and write the hidden word. Out of 19 teams we selected only 08 teams for round2 according to their marks. In second round, Technical terms need to be connected with the display.

    Total No of  teams registered19
    No of teams selected for round119
    No of teams selected for round208
    Final winners03

    The winner was announced by the coordinator Mrs. A. Barveen and Mrs. G. Megala

    S.NoName of the studentInstitution namePrize/ Participated
    1G.Vishnu sujithGovernment College of EngineeringI prize
    M.Murali
    2N.OviyaStarlion College Of EngineeringII prize
    C.Tamilselvi
    3J.Jeremia PremkumarK.Ramakrishnan College of EngineeringIII  prize
    C. Sundari

    In connection with TISCA’19, for paper presentation, totally 35 papers were received from various engineering colleges. After scrutinizing the papers by the event coordinators and HOD, 12 papers were selected for final presentation. The 12 papers are

    S.NoName of the studentInstitution nameTitle of the paper
    1P.VigneshwaranMepco Schlenk Engineering CollegeAndroid Mobile Assistive and Navigation System for Visually Impaired
    2J.Jeremia PremkumarK.Ramakrishnan College of EngineeringSmart Traffic Signal Controller
    C.Sundari
    3B.KalaivaniMAR College of Engineering and TechnologyImplementation of Patient Respiratory Systems
    4J.Mohamed YahoofK.Ramakrishna College of TechnologyCloudlet-Based Just-In-Time Indexing Of  IoT Video
    C.Jayakrishnan
    5A.Affrin FarzanaMAM College of Engineering and TechnologyDeep Learning
    S. Menaka
    6P.RabithaStar Lion College of Engineering and TechnologyBLE-Based assert location Identification using IOT
    A.Ananthi
    7G.PriyankaCARE College of EngineeringSmart Home Automation
    M.Kalaivani
    8L.V.SwathikaMAM College of Engineering and TechnologyArtificial Intelligence EcoSystem
    9G.Vishnu SujithaGovernment College of Engineering, Srirangam.Diabetic Prediction Based On Big Data Analytics
    V.Sivapriya
    10P.AgalayaSaranathan College of EngineeringBeacon
    R.K.Akshayapriya
    11G.DimpleGovernment College of Engineering, SrirangamBiometric Identification Using Facial Patterns in Cloud
    K.Dharma Nithya
    12C.TamilselviStar Lion College of Engineering and TechnologyDetecting and Mitigating Target Link-Flooding Attacks Using SDN
    N.Oviya

    Guest speaker Dr.K. Rajbabu., Deputy Manger, BHEL, Trichy and Dr.K.Geetha, Professor / CSE are the juries for the paper presentation session. 

    S.NoName of the studentInstitution nameTitle of the paperPrize/ Participated
    1P.VigneshwaranMepco Schlenk Engineering CollegeAndroid Mobile Assistive and Navigation System for Visually ImpairedI prize
    2J.Jeremia PremkumarK.Ramakrishnan College of EngineeringSmart Traffic Signal ControllerII prize
    C.Sundari
    3B.KalaivaniMAR College of Engineering and TechnologyImplementation of Patient Respiratory SystemsIII Prize

                The winners were honoured with prizes and certificates. Dr.K. Rajbabu., Deputy Manger, BHEL, Trichy and Dr.V.Chandrasekar HOD/CSE distributed the prizes proposed vote of thanks.

     

  • Web Development Techniques

                We have organized a Technical guest lecture for our third year Computer science and Engineering Students (43+36 = 79 students) on 19.08.2017 as per academic schedule for one day in CSE LAB 3.

                Ms.P.Mahalakshmi, Senior Software Engineer, Green Soft Technologies, Trichy has delivered the technical guest lecture on “Web Development Techniques”.

                This lecture helped the students to enhance their interpersonal skills and Servlet techniques.  Technical guest lecture topics covered various aspects & concepts of Web technology and techniques which are related to their academic subject Internet programming. The feedback from the students about the program was excellent and they have learned to work on Servlet techniques

  • I/O Systems and Memory Technology

                We have organized a Technical guest lecture for our Second year Computer science and Engineering Students (39+39 = 78 students) on 11.09.2017 as per academic schedule for one day in CSE LAB 3.

                Dr.P.Sudhakaran, Professor/Head of IT, Oxford Engineering College, Trichy has delivered the technical guest lecture on “I/O Systems and Memory Technology”.

                This lecture helped the students to enhance their interpersonal skills and Memory Management techniques.  Technical guest lecture topics covered various aspects & concepts of Hardware and techniques which are related to their academic subject Computer architecture. The feedback from the students about the program was excellent and they have learned to work on Memory Management techniques.

Dr.V.Chandrasekar
Associate Professor & Head of the Department,
Department of Computer Science & Engineering,
M.I.E.T engineering College,
Gundur, Trichy-07.
Mail ID: cse.hod@miet.edu

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