Department of Computer Science and Engineering

About Department

Computer Science and Engineering department offers both Under Graduate programme – B.E in Computer Science & Engineering and Post Graduate programs – M.E in Computer Science and Engineering. The UG department was established in the institution during the year 1998, with the intake of 40 and increased to 90 in the year 2004. PG was started in 2006 with the intake of 18. The Computer Science & Engineering department is committed to continuously improve the quality of education by enhancing the knowledge of student and staff members.

The department is strengthened with dedicated, qualified and experienced faculty members with specialization in various fields of interest. It is well equipped with laboratories having the latest configurations and software tools with Internet facilities. The Department has a comprehensive curriculum of Anna University on topics related to all aspects of Computer Software with an emphasis on practical learning. The course structure is up-to-date and includes courses on nascent topics to equip our students with the latest developments. The department presents a unique opportunity to study the exciting field with guidance of quality teachers.

The department has signed  MOU with Ozone Cyber Security , LiveWire, Orbit Controls and Services, Netland Computer Networks, Cosmogems, Sigma Pi Power Sources Limited, KG Lakshmi Parts and Co  Orbit Edutech Private Limited.

Programmes offered:

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

VISION & MISSION

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.

PEO

  • 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.

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.

PROGRAMME OUT COMES (Pos)
PO 1 - Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO 2 - Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO 3 Design/development of solutions: - Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
PO 4 - Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
PO 5 Modern tool usage: 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.
PO 6 - The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
PO 7 - Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO 8 - Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO 9 - Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO 10 - Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with 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.
PO 11 - Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the 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 multidisciplinary environments.
PO 12 - Life-long learning: Recognise the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in the broadest context of technological change.
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Dr.V. CHANDRASEKAR

Designation PROFESSOR & HEAD
Joining Date 18-01-2018
Qualification M.Tech., Ph.D
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) Teaching-20.6 yrs
Email id csehod@miet.edu
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List of UG Faculty

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Dr.K. GEETHA

Designation Professor
Joining Date 25-01-12
Qualification M.E.,Ph.D.
Nature of association Regular
Experience in Years 18 yrs 6 months
Email id geetha.k@miet.edu
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R. VENKATESAN

Designation Associate Professor
Joining Date 03-06-13
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
 Experience in Years 13 yrs 5 months
Email id venkatesan.r@miet.edu
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P.CHRISTOPHER

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 24-11-2008
Qualification M.E., MBA.
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 10 yrs 8 months
Email id christopher.p@miet.edu
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M.K. MOHAMED FAIZAL

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 26-06-2009
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 10 yrs
Email id mohamedfaizal.mk@miet.edu
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R.Pradeep

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 29-06-2012
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 7 yrs 11 months
Email id pradeep.r@miet.edu
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G.MEGALA

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 16-06-2014
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 6 yrs
Email id megala.g@miet.edu
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G. NALINA KEERTHANA

Designation Associate Professor
Joining Date 14-07-04
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
Experience in Years 15 yrs
Email id nalinakeerthana.g@miet.edu
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S.SHANMUGAPRIYA

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 24-05-2011
Qualification M.Tech., MBA.
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 13 yrs
Email id shanmugapriya.s@miet.edu
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A.BARVEEN

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 25-06-2009
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 10 yrs
Email id barveen.a@miet.edu
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P.MANIKANDAN

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 12-09-2012
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 6 yrs 10 months
Email id manikandan.p@miet.edu
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A.JOSHUA ISSAC

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 19-07-2013
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 6 yrs
Email id joshuaissac.a@miet.edu
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R.DEEPA

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 05-08-2015
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) 3 yrs 11 months
Email id deepa.r@miet.edu

List of PG Faculty

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L. JOHN RICHIE IMMANUEL

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 13-09-2017
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
 Experience (in Years) 1 yr 10 months
Email id johnrichie@miet.edu

Curriculam Details

Course Materials

The Subject Course Materials are prepared by Computer Science and Engineering Department Faculty Members which can be accessed by the students for self learning. The List of Course Materials are

Semester

Subject Name

3

Programming and Data Structures II

3

Database Management Systems

3

Computer Architecture

4

Computer Networks

4

Operating Systems

4

Design and Analysis of Algorithms

4

Software Engineering

5

Internet Programming

5

Object Oriented Analysis and Design

5 Theory of Computation
5 Computer Graphics
6 Distributed Systems
6 Mobile Computing
6 Compiler Design
6 Artificial Intelligence
6 Data warehousing and Data mining
7 Cryptography and Network Security
7 Digital Image Processing
7 Grid and Cloud Computing
7 Service Oriented Architecture
8 Human Computer Interaction
8 Multi-core Architecture and Programming
8 Software Project Management

Value Added Courses

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 its 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 Application 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 Instructor
Mr.Manohar.CEO,Greensoft Technology

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

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.M.Shanmuganathan.MD,VEDHA Technologies

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

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.
  •  Disassemble, troubleshoot/debug, upgrade, replace basic components, and reassemble servers and client systems.
  •  Implement Local Area Networks using both static and dynamic addressing techniques including subnetting.
  •  Use computer systems and networks in a responsible and ethical manner.
  •  Work as an effective member of a work group.

Course Instructor
Mr.S.Vivek, CEO, Ozone Cyber Security.

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

Innovative Teaching

  • Google Classroom – a  free collaborative learning tool has been implemented for faculty and students. Faculty can create an online classroom and invite students to join the class then create and distribute the assignments, PPTs, Video Lectures, Lecture Notes. Within the Google Classroom, students and faculty can have interactions about the assignments and clarify their doubts in subjects through online.
  • Smart Class Room – Leverage the advanced technology which provides tools and other contents for the students’ learning using latest media presentations.
  • Inquiry Based instructions – Encouraging students to ask questions and investigate their own ideas that helps in improving their problem-solving skills.
  • Role Play The role playing approach will help students to understand how the concepts will be relevant to their day to day activities.
  • Think Pair Share – Students are divided into two groups. One group thinks and raise questions and another group will find the answers.
  • Peer to Peer Learning Students are separated as a pair and make them to discuss about the learned topic with each other.

Video Course Material

Phython / C Programming Laboratory

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

DBMS / Compiler Laboratory

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″, HP Keyboard, Lenovo Optical Mouse, Sony Projector

CaseTools Laboratory

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

Networking / Operating System Laboratory

Intel Core2 duo E7400 processor,Intel Q963 Chip set Mother Board, RAM 2GB DDR2, Hard Disk 160GB Sata, Lenovo Cabinet, Lenovo Monitor LCD Wide TFT 18.5″, HP Keyboard, Lenovo Optical Mouse, Sony Projector

Mobile Application Development Laboratory / Grid & Cloud Computing

Intel Core i3, Intel Motherboard, RAM 4GB DDR3, Hard Disk 500GB Sata, HP Cabinet, HP Monitor LCD Wide TFT 18.5″, HP Keyboard, HP Optical Mouse, Sony Projector

Communication and Soft Skill Laboratory

Intel Core2 duo E7400 processor, Intel G33 Chip set Motherboard, RAM 1GB DDR2, Hard Disk 160GB Sata, Lenovo Cabinet, Lenovo Monitor LCD Wide TFT 18.5″, HP Keyboard, Lenovo Optical Mouse, Sony Projector

Rack Server IBM System x3650 servers

.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

Name of the Student

Year

Organized by (Institutions/Industry)

Date & Venue

Prizes won

M.Tamil Selvi

IV

M.A.R College of Engineering & Technology

08.03.2019

Paper Presentation II Prize

F.Thoulathul Fahmeetha

IV

M.A.R College of Engineering & Technology

08.03.2019

Debugging II Prize

S.Amrutam Sunil

III

University College of Engineering

06.03.2019 & 07.03.2019

WEBNIX I Prize

N.Lavanya

III

University College of Engineering

06.03.2019 & 07.03.2019

Technical Event(FUN) II Prize

S.Amrutam Sunil

III

University College of Engineering

06.03.2019 & 07.03.2019

Code Hound II Prize

C.M.Yaminipriya

III

Chendhuran College of Engineering &Technology

15.02.2019

Connections I Prize

A.Priyanka

III

Chendhuran College of Engineering &Technology

15.02.2019

Connections II Prize

S.Mohammed Ansar
V.Prasana

III

Mookambigai College of Engineering

28.09.2018

Crack the code III Prize

S.Farjana Fathima
A.Roshini

III

Anjalai Ammal- Mahalingam College

01.09.2018

ANIME III Prize
  • Knowledge Enrichment Program on DigitalMarketing 29/07/2019

    The Department of Computer Science & Engineering, M.I.E.T. Engineering College, Trichy has organized a Seminar on “Knowledge Enrichment Program on DigitalMarketing” on 29-07-2019 for both the Third year  and Final year CSE Students in the T&P Seminar hall at 2.00 p.m Mr.Ananthram Head Synergy School of Business school,Bangalore was the key note speaker for the session.

    He exemplified about the need and significance of Digitalmarketing. And also he conferred the importance about how Digitalmarketing plays the vital role in todays Era.

                He fashioned awareness among students about the learning Digitalmarketing . There are many facets of traditional marketing and examples might include tangible items such as business cards, print ads in newspapers or magazines. It can also include posters, commercials on TV and radio, billboards and brochures.

    In modern ,digital marketing play a vital role because most of the people uses social media  much more rather than anything else….digital marketing uses  things like websites, social media mentions, YouTube videos, and banner ads . Specifically, digital marketing is similar to traditional advertising, but using digital devices.

  • Seminar on Web Services and Application Protocols 30/ 09/ 2018

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

         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.

     

  • Seminar on ETHICAL HACKING 07/ 08/ 2018

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

     

  • Seminar on 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 Seminar 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.

  • Seminar on I/O Systems and Memory Technology

     The Department of Computer Science & Engineering, M.I.E.T. Engineering College, Trichy has organized a Seminar on I/O Systems and Memory Technology on 11.09.2017  for our Second year Computer science and Engineering Students in CSE LAB 3 as per academic schedule. Dr.P.Sudhakaran, Professor/Head of IT, Oxford Engineering College, Trichy has delivered the technical Seminar on “I/O Systems and Memory Technology”. This Seminar helped the students to enhance their interpersonal skills and Memory Management techniques.  Technical Seminar 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.

  • WORKSHOP ON BULKY STORAGE AND TRIGGERING 25/09/2017

     Department of Computer Science and Engineering & Information Technology M.I.E.T. Engineering College, Trichy has organized a one day Workshop on Bulky storage and Triggering” on 25-09-2017 (Monday) at college campus.           

                The Chief Guest Dr.E.Sivasankar, AP, Department. of CSE, NIT, Trichy delivered a Lecture on “Workshop on Database Design Using Normalization”. During the program he emphasized about the application of databases with Normalization, overview of Data Mining.The Lecture was highly constructive, informative and obliging for the students.

  • Seminar On Internet of Things 30/01/2017

    Department of Computer Science and Engineering & Information Technology M.I.E.T. Engineering College, Trichy has organized a one day Seminar on “Internet of Things” on 30-01-2017 (Monday) at college campus.

     Chief Guest Mr.K.M.Muhammed Ilyas, Founder and CEO, Altsense-Chennai delivered a Lecture on “Internet of Things”. During the program he emphasized about the internet working of physical devices like vehicles, buildings and other items embedded with electronics , software, sensors, actuators and network connectivity that enable these objects to collect and exchange data. He also insisted on the application of IOT in media, Environmental monitoring, Infrastructure management, Manufacturing, Energy management, Medical and healthcare, Building and home Automation, Transportation, Metropolitan scale deployments and consumer application.  

     

     

     

  • Cloud Computing and Big Data 03/10/2016

    One day Seminar on “Cloud Computing and Big Data” was organised on 03.10.2016 at 11.00 am in our college premises. The Chief Guest Mr T.Sivakumar, General Manager – SFITS, Trichy had given a Lecture on “Grid & Cloud Computing”. During the program he emphasized about the importance of Cloud Computing and Big Data.

  • Seminar On Internet Programming 27/06/2016

    The Department of Computer Science and Engineering, MIET Engineering College has conducted a one day Seminar on 27.09.16 Tuesday at 10.00 am. Ms.J.S.Anusha Priya, Technical Analyst, Centarus, Trichy handled the sessions on “Internet Programming”. She explained about the various cryptographic algorithms and about Confidentiality, Integrity and Authentication. The event was very successful and helpful for the students.

Students Projects

Project is an individual or collaborative enterprise that is carefully planned to achieve a particular aim, where the students are able to demonstrate the personal abilities and skills required to produce and present an extended piece of work engaged in personal inquiry, action and reflection on specific topics and issues.

B.No Name Title Area of Specialization Supervisor name
1 G.Durkadevi Freakish Driver Oversee System Using Vision Based Approach Image Processing S.Manikandan
G.Bhuvaneswari
2 S.Lavanya Smart soil parameters estimation system using electronic node based wireless sensor network Wireless Sensor networks P.Christopher
R.Preethi
R.Punitha
3 K.Mubarak Wireless brain device interface and regain system IOT G.Megala
N.Mohamed vasim
D.Chinraj
4 Hisam Zahid.M Smart street lamp management IOT Josua Issac.A
M.Vignesh
Kaviyarasu.S
5 A.Sulthana Feature extraction and classification to predict lung cancer Image Processing G.Megala
R.Rajeswari
S.Sangeetha
6 R.Bava Bahrudeen Socially driven learning based prefetching using mobile OSN Mobile computing M.K.Mohamed Faizal
S.Prakash
A.Ajmeer Ali
7 M.Durgadevi Context based acess control system for mobile devices Mobile computing A.Barveen
E.Karthika
P.Anuja
8 Sanofar Raj Mohamed Mobile based automated E-ration system using OTP security Security B.Rama
K.Tamilselvi
S.Shameema Shanas
9 M.Iniyavan Energy meter monotring and payment system  IOT Dr.K.Geetha
J.S.Nataraj
R.Manivel
10 M.Karthika Android based messaging system for visually impaired people using assistive system IOT G.Nalina keerthana
T.Vaijeyathi
V.Surya
11 R.Iswarya Using Augumented reality to elicit pretend play for children with Autism Image Processing Dr.K.Geetha
M.Karthika
R.Asma Ul Mymoona
12 V.Anathalakshmi Identity based network security for comercial block chain services Network security S.Shanmugapriya
D.Anjalidevi
13 S.Meenambal Digitalizing smart and secure tracking system using Android IOT G.Nalina
 keerthana
M.Megala
14 S.Johnson Aurdino based Quadcopter for agriculture use IOT Dr.V.Chandrasekar
MF.Mohamed Rilwan
M.Vishnuvaradhan
15 V.Sivasankari Smart Exclusive Security System for Chick IOT B.Rama
Z.Yasmin
16 N.Alageswari Predicting popularity of online videos using meta level data Image Processing P.Manikandan
R.Narmatha
P.Renupriya
17 V.Dhamotharan Idetifying malware and hidden attacker in incoming sources Security A.Barveen
Syed Abdul Kathir
S.Ameer sohail
18 T.Yazhini Cloud Management API’s using AI  Planning Cloud Computing P.Ramesh
A.FathimaBegam
S.Sabitha
19 P.Vinothini Fruad and malware detection using in google play Security P.Manikandan
A.Sowndaraya
I.Eswari
20 P.Rajkumar A human Behavior analysis for Ambient-assisted living recognition Image Processing R.Venkatesan
M.Syed Abdul Razak
M.Muruganandam
21 M.RamaKrishnan Identity based cyber security intrusion detection authentication scheme for software defined IOT networks Security R.Venkatesan
J.Syed Ijaz
G.Hariharan
22 S.Muthulakshmi Screen brightness based password authentication system to improve security in banking applications Security S.Manikandan
K.Nivetha
23 M.Abdul Basith Remote access to improve ATM security by using IOT Security A.Joshua Issac
S.Muhammadhu Sulaimaan
D.Karthick
24 V.Abinaya Multifactor graphical password authentication using cued click points Security P.Ramesh
R.Kowsalya
T.Nandhini
25 S.Priyadharshini Detection of affected cluster using interaction K-means for brain tumor Mining S.Shanmugapriya
Tamilselvi
26 Sharmila.L An cryptographic approach for security enhancement in images Security M.K.Mohamed Faizal
Bhuvaneswari.P
Sharmila.B
27 A.Nasira parveen Distributed wireless power transmission for electric vehicle using IoT IOT P.Christopher
P.Punitha
A.Nisha
28 P.Dhayanithi Mobile Computing using android application Mobile computing Dr.K.Geetha
S.Balasubramaniam
M.Prabu
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B.NO REG NO NAME TITLE GUIDE
1 812414104313 S. Saravana kumar Image seclution trespassing in OSN using water marking techniques S. Manikandan
812414104303 S. Barani
2 812414104304 M. Imran Secure Balloting machine using fingerprint and aadhar verification K. Geetha
812414104309 S. H. Mohamed Farhan
3 812414104015 S. Muthukumar Enhanced online transactions using face recognition techniques B. Rama
812414104010 S.Mohamed Abbas
812414104312 N. Riyaz Ahamed
4 812414104019 P. Puvima Pulmonary lobe segmentation and classification using deep neural networks R. Venkatesan
812414104305 J. Infant Princy Merlin
5 812414104317 M. Vijay Priyan Development of Android application for smart SMS notification B. Rama
812414104308 P. Mathan
6 812414104006 Jiya Sara George Exchanging secure data in cloud with owner authorization and verification P. Christopher
812414104009 R. Keerthana
812414104302 S. Bakiya Lakshmi
7 812414104014 J. Monica Mary A semantic webservices platform to support disaster and emergency management K. Geetha
812414104022 J. Vinodhini
8 812414104008 M. Kaviya Disease prediction based on retinal images using deep neural networks K. Geetha
812414104306 K. Jegadeeswari
9 812414104016 S. Nafeela Optimizing traffic signal settings for emergency vehicles A. Barveen
812414104018 M. Priyanga
812414104021 T. Roja
10 812414104002 M. Abinaya XOR based Multi secret sharing visual cryptography method for imaging S. Manikandan
812414104020 F. Rachel Debby
11 812414104315 G. Sivanesan BORDER-ALERTROID:Mobile Application for boarder alert and automatic mode conversion in Mobile Cloud Environments G. Megala
812414104012 Z. Mohamed Gani
12 812414104311 S. Muthumeenakshi Intelligent server based data security enhanced with attack avoidance scheme G. Megala
812414104301 S. Aarthi
812414104307 N. Krishnaveni
13 812414104005 V.Gowtham kumar Senticomporsite: Sentiment based complaint portal system in mobile cloud computing M.K.Mohamed faizal
812414104316 M.UdhayaKumar
14 812414104011 A.Mohamed Anas Authority Identification and cashless fine system M.K.Mohamed faizal
812414104013 S.Mohamed Rafeek
812414104314 S.Sathick Batcha
15 812414104001 M.Abdul Kuthoose Application based human tracking using global position system A.Joshua Issac
812414104003 M.Ahamed Basha
16 812414104004 A.Francis Sathanaraj Implementation of sensing and control of an irrigation system on agriculture R.Venkatesan
812414104007 N.Kanagaraj
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1 812413104005 Asmath Haseena. M Behavioral Biometrics Integrated Smartphone for Implicit Authentication B.Rama
812413104006 Backiyalakshmi. A
2 812413104002 Abdulla Gani. M Patient Treatment Time Prediction in Big Data R.Senthamil Selvi
812413104003 Akbar Basha. D
3 812413104014 Krithika. P.R Dynamically Passing One Time Password Authentication using Multimedia B.Rama
4 812413104027 Soumya. S IMG-Guard :Water Mark based Approach for Image Privacy in Cloud Framework G.Megala
5 812413104015 Mohamed Hamdhan. H Eliminating Noisy Content in Web Document Using Hybrid Duster Framework G.Megala
812413104024 Praveen Kumar. D
6 812413104010 Elakkiya. V Fine Grained Two Factor Authentication in Cloud Computing Services Dr.K.Geetha
812413104028 Vaidheki. S
7 812413104016 Mohamed Kalith. J Randomness Covert Common Routing Metadata at KERMAN Algorithm in MANET A.Joshua Issac
812413104301 Rahamath Tulla. A
8 812413104019 Nanthini. R.S Efficient Identification of Currency and Passage for Visually Impaired using Android Application B.Bazeer Ahamed
812413104023 Parvin Sulthana Begam. B
9 812413104012 Jamal Yaseen. K An Andorid App for Specially Able People using SE(Signed English) Keyboard Dr.K.Geetha
812413104017 Mohamed Sultan. A
812413104018 Mohamed Yousuf. S.M
10 812413104007 Benazirbegam. S IMG-MSG-PRIGUARD:Image and Message based Priority Guard System in Online Networks R.Senthamil Selvi
812413104009 Divya Priya. K
11 812413104004 Amirthavalli. B Risk Estimator App: Privacy Awareness of  Mobile Application M.K.Mohamed Faizal
812413104008 Bhuvaneswari. T
812413104025 Priya. S
12 812413104001 Abdul Basith. M Double Encryption Splitting Algorithm Using ECC R.Venkatesan
812413104021 Olivanan. C
13 812413104026 Sindhu. R.K Virtualized Resource Allocation for Handling Workloads in Cloud Storage Using Map Reduce Framework A.Barveen
812413104030 Vijayalakshmi. B
14 812413104013 Kalaiyarasan. M Enhanced Webservices security features for SOA based business logic S.Mohana
812413104022 Parthasarathi. S
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1 812412104005 S.Aiswarya LOCK SQUARE – A secure and unpredictable lock screen password technique  K.Geetha
812412104025 D.Jayabharathi
812412104031 A.Kasthuri
2 812412104020 S.Gomathi Cloud Security and Confidentiality System in Interclouds R.Pradeep
812412104019 G.Geetha
812412104069 A.Valarmathi
3 812412104009 A.Arockiamary Property based Encryption with well Organized Outsourced Decipherment K.Geetha
812412104013 A.Backiasheela
812412104028 R.Kannal
4 812412104024 B.Jasmineshalini Detection of Recaptured Images by using Alaising and Bluriness R.Venkatesan
812412104033 J.Lincypriyadharshini
812412104003 R.Abinaya
5 812412104021 K.Harikrishnan SMART MLA
Cooperation with people and government
A.Joshua Issac
812412104075 R.Aravind Kumar
812412104035 Y.Manikandaprabhu
812412104010 P.Arunpandi
6 812412104002 S.Abdul pathavu A Reputation Based Trust Mangement Framework to Protect  User Privacy R.Venkatesan
812412104014 M.Balakumar
812412104016 S.Dawood Azar
812412104041 H.Mohamed Marzook
7 812412104018 S.Deivabalan Analyzing  of Customer Reviews Using Dual Sentiment Analysis S.Mohana
812412104017 A.Deenadhayalan
812412104011 S.Asick Raja
812412104029 K.Karthik
8 812412104027 S.Jenitha Enlist and Empirical Policy Update for Bigdata Approach in the Cloud R.Senthamil selvi
812412104012 R.Asmitha
812412104022 R.Hemapriya
9 812412104001 B.R.Aadhitya Anonymous Access Control by SAPA in Cloud Computing R.Senthamil selvi
812412104052 T.Rajapriya
812412104072 C.Vigneshiya
10 812412104037 S.R.Manimozhi A Novel Technique for Discovering Fraudlent in Mobile
App using RRR Evidence
S.Mohana
812412104039 S.Meenakshi
812412104032 R.Kayalvizhi
812412104006 R.Anbarasi
11 812412104026 S.Jenifer Energy Efficient Fault -Tolerent in Data Allocating and Processing R.Pradeep
812412104030 P.Karthika
812412104061 S.Shanu Nazreen
12 812412104042 M.Mohanapriya Certificateless Effective Key Management in Dynamic Wireless Sensor Network K.Geetha
812412104043 S.Muneeswari
812412104046 S.Nirosha
13 812412104057 A.Shafeek Ahamed Secure Deduplication in Hybrid Cloud Storage Architecture R.Pradeep
812412104058 M.Shafeeq Ahamed
812412104064 V.Sivanesan
14 812412104053 P.Revathi Secure Data Sharing for Dynamic Groups with Efficient Encryption B.Rama
812412104059 A.Shanmugapriya
812412104301 D.Divyalakshmi
15 812412104307 P.Venkatesh Detecting Spiteful Occurances in Facebook Application using FRAppE  G.Megala
812412104004 Afsal Mohideen
812412104306 M.Mohamed Harish
16 812412104075 M.Veerakumar Design and Implementation of Content Based Image Retrieval using Nearest Duplicate Image Detection and Collborative Filtering Technique S.Manikandan
812412104063 U.SharukDhayan Basha
812412104305 K.Mohamed Fahath
812412104036 T.Manimaran
17 812412104048 D.Pricilla Merlin Rupavathi Solitude Preserval and Belivable Detection of Packet Down Attacks in Wireless Network G.Megala
812412104051 R.Rajalakshmi
812412104304 T.Mekala
18 812412104045 G.Nirmal kumar Home-Based Zero Knowledge Multicopy Routing in Mobile Social Networks P.Manikandan
812412104047 V.S.Praveen
812412104073 K.Vinoth
19 812412104074 P.Viswanathan Location aware and personalized-venue recommendation framework A.Barveen
812412104067 T.Thalapthiraja
812412104008 S.AravinthKumar
812412104056 B.Sabeer Ahamed
20 812412104066 S.Surendhar Efficient Big data processing in Map Reduce using virtual shuffling A.Barveen
812412104050 V.Raja
812412104055 A.Riyazul Haq
21 812412104060 S.Shanmugapriya Predicting efficient Bug triage with data decrese techniques S.Manikandan
812412104303 S.Irfanathasleem
812412104302 S.Gomathi
22 812412104054 M.Rishvana Farveen An execution of chipher block chaining by using
lateralized chipher with transposition and substitution(LCTS)
B.Basheer Ahamed
812412104049 P.Priyanka
812412104062 T.Sharmilah
23 812412104065 T.Sruthi Dynamic resource allocation in clouds using load balancing in virtual machines R.Pradeep
812412104068 S.Thamarai selvi
812412104071 M.Vidhya
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Research & Development

OBJECTIVE:

            The objective of the Research and Development is to make the students bring out their innovative skills and make them into real life projects by

  • Understanding the complexity and ambiguity of empirical work
  • Developing practical skills
  • Understanding of the nature of science
  • Cultivating interest in learning science
  • Developing teamwork abilities

 The students choose their desired domain and create projects of their own based on their innovative ideas and execute them successfully with support from the faculty.

WORK PROCESS:

Academic Year

Student  details

Projects

2018-2019 S. Amrutam Sunil/Third year

S.Vasanth/Third year

Zaina Zuhaina/Third year

Online Feedback System-Created an online portal to make the feedback collection digitized & developed a website by using PHP for web page creation and validation, CSS for web page designing and MySQL for database connectivity. The project was successfully tested and deployed locally in the college server.
R.Kabil/Third Year

G. Uma Shankar/ Third Year

Nivethini/ Third Year

 

Automated Water Level Monitoring System to deploy in the Water supply tank so that whenever the water level in the tank reaches a certain lower level, the motor automatically turns on and fills the tank with water, and when the water in the tank reaches a set higher level the motor automatically turns off. This project helps the user save and conserve water. The above mentioned projects are done using Raspberry Pi kit and respective sensors.
V. Prasana/ Third Year

Rumana Fervin/ Third Year

Ummal Bajria/ Third Year

 

Automated Light Controlling system – which monitors the light intensity of the room and automatically turn the lights on in the room when the light intensity is at a low level which indicates that the room is slightly dark and needs light. This project helps us save electricity by turning the lights ON when only and absolutely necessary.
2019-2020 R.Kabil/Third Year

V. Prasana/ Third Year

Rumana Fervin/ Third Year

Ummal Bajria/ Third Year

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Upcoming Projects Students to be finalized ·      Smart Home System

·      IoT based Underground Fault detector system

·       IoT energy meter monitoring system

·      Smart Farming system using IoT.

 
OUTCOME:

            Research experiences may be the only way to advance the goal of helping students understand the complexity and ambiguity of empirical work. Students reported the individual growth, self-learning, and appreciation of the shared group experience with a common goal.      

Computer Society of India (CSI)

CSI Student Branch is approved by Computer Society of India, Chennai. This was started with a vision of molding individuals in par with current trend of the IT industry. The seed for the Computer Society of India (CSI) was sown  with a handful of IT enthusiasts who were a computer user group and felt the need to organize their activities. Today the CSI takes pride in being the largest and most professionally managed association of and for IT professionals in India. The purposes of the Society are scientific and educational directed towards the advancement of the theory and practice of computer science & IT.

There are 83 student members in the CSI Student Branch. The Aim of CSI Student Branch is to enhance Technocratic values of the Students. The Educational Institution Membership number is M10581.

The objectives

  • Facilitate Research, Knowledge Sharing, Learning and Career Enhancement for all categories of IT professionals.
  • Inspire, nurture and assist new entrants to integrate into the IT community Percolation Of  IT advancement benefits to all Indians.
  • Exposure with Industrial Professionals to groom a career path.
  • Unifying Technical Reviews with the Recent Technologies.
  • Opportunity to be nominated as Young IT Professional Award.
  • Inducing and Inculcating Leadership Qualities.
  • Accessibility for Campus Placements.
  • Enriching and empowering the minds of students by regular Industrial Visits and International Conferences

Benefits

  • Eligibility for nomination of best Student Branch award.
  • Additional 4 copies of CSI Communications to the institution & log-in privilege to the students on CSI knowledge portal with access to distinguished speaker list.
  • Attachment to a Regional Student coordinator & National Student coordinator for assistance with resource persons for various events and chapter support to organize seminars /workshops / tutorials / competitions .
  • Invitation for all Regional/State/National student conventions/conferences and competitions.
  • Concessional rates for CSI Conferences and Tutorials for student members.
  • Eligibility for CSI funded minor projects.

Outcomes

  • Opportunity for students to interact with Industry professionals and chalk out a career path.
  • Eligibility to publish articles in CSI Communications and journal for student members.
  • Eligibility to be nominated for the best Student paper in CSI communication.

Various Technical Events Organized:

  • Guest lectures
  • Seminars
  • Mini projects 
  • Technical Quiz
  • National Level
  • Technical Symposium

MOU Signed

The Department of Computer Science & Engineering has signed an MOU with

  • Ozone Cyber Security, Ernakulam Kerala 
  • LIVE WIRE Centre Training Services, Mylapore, Chennai.
  • Orbit Controls and Services, Chennai
  • Netland Computer Networks, Chennai
  • Cosmogems, Chennai
  • Sigma Pi Power Sources Limited, Chennai
  • KG Lakshmi Parts and Co, Chennai
  • Orbit Edutech Private Limited,Chennai

In this MOU, the department is implementing the following activities & events for the benefit of students’ community, faculties and the Institution.

Activity & Events   

  • Placement assurance will be given with a minimum of 3 final year students for every year.
  • Supporting of faculty research project with technical aspects such as problem fixing and development
  • Internship Program will be conducted by the Company during semester vacation time.
  • Academic Project Guidance will be leverage to students by the company.
  • Consultancy and Research Projects for Faculty

In Plant Training

The Students of Computer Science and Engineering are motivated to attend IMPLANT Training in various Companies to enrich their knowledge, Technical Skills and improve professionalism.

The list of companies Students visited are

  • Pan tech proed solution
  • Code bind Technologies
  • Infosoft Technologies
  • Orbit Controls and Services, Chennai
  • Vedha Technologies
  • Ozone Cyber Security
  • Mangel Technologies
  • Fantasy Solution
  • Infosoft Technologies

Industrial Visit

The Students of Computer Science and Engineering visited industries to gain the knowledge about companies and interact with them to enhance Technical Skills.

The list of various companies Students visited are

  • Lansa Informatic Pvt Ltd
  • Purple Pro IT solution India Ltd, Coimbatore
  • Elysium Group of Companies, Madurai
  • Code Binding Technologies
  • Ozone Cyber Security, Kerala
  • Sigma Pi power Sources Limited
  • KG Lakshmi Parts & Co
  • Orbit Edutech Private Limited

News Letter

Department newsletter contains various departmental activities like professional activities carried out by the department association such as guest lectures, papers published by students, knowledge delivery forum in the department, research and development activities, awards and recognition received by the faculty members and students.

Magazine

The department magazine is released once in an academic year. It comprises department profile, department faculty details; technical and non technical papers published by the students and faculty members, department association activities and articles. 

Dr.V.Chandrasekar
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