DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

Department Profile

The Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) department was started with intake of 90 seats in 2009-10 and increased to 240 in the academic year 2013-14. Also, the department of CSE offers UG program AI & ML from the Academic Year 2020-21 with the intake of 60 seats. The department strives for global excellence in teaching. The Department of Computer Science and Engineering has highly qualified faculty.

The main objective of the department is to provide a platform in which the stake holders acquire knowledge about the advanced emerging technologies. CSE Department has several MOU'S with industry and academia. The department encourages continuous interations with the industry that help our students to embrace themselves to be absorbed into the industry and higher studies abroad. The CSE department has well established laboratories with finest hardware and software resourses to meet the curriculum heads and students. The Computer Science and Engineering undergraduate program educational objectives includes the following:

Graduates shall be strengthened with fundamental concepts of Computer Science & Engineering along with advanced knowledge on emerging technologies and devise solutions for real time & social issues.

Graduates shall be employed in software industries, pursue higher studies, entrepreneurs and research ability to compete globally.

Graduates shall be technically sound, socially acceptable and ethically adept computer science professionals with global competence.

Graduates shall be able to lead teams comprising good communication, Global knowledge of current and future trends with high patterns of discipline.

The Department of Computer science & Engineering is endowed with state-of-the-art laboratories, seminar halls and classrooms towards fulfilling these objectives.

Career Opportunities

Graduates with degrees in computer science & engineering might find themselves in a variety of environments - academia, research, industry, government, and private organizations. On a daily basis, computer professionals are called on to analyze challenges, formulate and test solutions, use advanced communications or multimedia equipment, or work in teams for product development. The opportunities are enormous. The graduates can opt for further studies in India by qualifying GATE (M.TECH), CAT/XAT(MBA) and IELTS(M.S), GMAT (MBA) for abroad studies. SVEC provides in and off campus job opportunities to the students to start their career before they complete their studies.

Department Labs

Computer programming Lab-7105

Database Management systems Lab-8402

Object Oriented programming Using Java Lab-8402

IT Workshop Lab-8404

Grid & Cloud Computing Lab-9306

Operating Systems Lab-9407

Object Oriented & Analysis Design Lab-9407

Software Testing Lab-9407

Data Ware Housing & Mining Lab-9360

Web & Internet Technologies Lab-9306

Mobile Application Development Lab-9306

Data structures Lab-7105

Python Programming-9507

Project Lab-8305

Vision

To become a center of excellence that grooms globally competent and ethical engineers with the talent for higher learning and research and the capability to think critically of innovative solutions for diverse social needs.

Mission

To impart quality technical education with strong foundations using superior academic standards and well-equipped infrastructure.

To provide excellent pedagogies through qualified and highly skilled faculty who are trained on a regular basis.

To establish research labs and a center of excellence that will nurture the technical skills by training them with state of art technology required for the industry.

To inculcate professional and ethical values in the students along with leadership qualities so that they are well equipped to handle the dynamic and diverse challenges they will face as engineers.

Program Educational Objectives

PEO 1. To exhibit strong fundamental concepts of Computer Science & Engineering along with advanced knowledge on emerging technologies so that they can devise solutions for real time & social issues.

PEO 2. To be employed, to pursue higher studies, to become entrepreneurs and also to have an excellent aptitude for research.

PEO 3. To be technically sound, socially acceptable and ethical professionals with global competence.

PEO 4. To be young leaders with the capability to lead teams with good communication skills and excellence in social awareness.

Program Specific Outcomes

PSO 1. An ability to get an employment in Computer Science and Engineering field and related software industries.

PSO 2. An ability to participate in competitive examinations and enable them to pursue higher education.

Program Outcomes

ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PROBLEM ANLYSIS: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

ETHICS: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM WORK: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

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.

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.

LIFE-LONG LEARNING: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

10/6/2020
S.NO NAME OF THE FACULTY QUALIFICATION DESIGNATION Joining Date Nature of Association  (Regular/Adjunct)
1Dr.Kalaimagal SPh.DProfessor & HOD2/7/2018Regular
2Dr.Ramasubba Reddy BPh.DProfessor1/6/2018Regular
3Dr.Abhilash Kumar Reddy MPh.DProfessor13/1/2017Regular
4Dr.Sirish Kumar MPh.DProfessor2/5/2017Regular
5Dr.Swaroopa KPh.DProfessor4/6/2019Regular
6Mrs.Prasanna Kumari G TM.Tech,(Ph.D)Associate Professor3/5/2017Regular
7Mrs.Shobha Rani DM.Tech,(Ph.D)Associate Professor3/5/2017Regular
8Mrs.VijayaSanthi MM.Tech,(Ph.D)Associate Professor3/5/2017Regular
9Mr.Sandeep T SM.Tech,(Ph.D)Associate Professor8/6/2017Regular
10Mrs.Saritha AM.Tech,(Ph.D)Associate Professor1/6/2017Regular
11Mrs.JasmineSabeenaM.Tech,(Ph.D)Associate Professor1/6/2017Regular
12Mr.Rakesh UM.Tech,(Ph.D)Associate Professor19/7/2017Regular
13Mr.Alluraiah KM.Tech,(Ph.D)Associate Professor17/5/2017Regular
14Mr.SankarBabu JM.TechAssistant Professor3/5/2017Regular
15Mr.Satyendra Kumar TM.TechAssistant Professor7/6/2017Regular
16Mrs.Reshma SM.TechAssistant Professor7/6/2017Regular
17Mr.Raja Kumar RM.TechAssistant Professor3/5/2017Regular
18Mrs.Lakshmi PM.TechAssistant Professor5/6/2017Regular
19Mrs.Roopa RM.Tech,(Ph.D)Assistant Professor5/6/2017Regular
20Mrs.HariPriya PM.TechAssistant Professor5/6/2017Regular
21Mrs.Sailaja GM.TechAssistant Professor22/6/2016Regular
22Mrs.Rajani BM.TechAssistant Professor5/6/2017Regular
23Mrs.Padmaja KM.Tech,(Ph.D)Assistant Professor12/6/2017Regular
24Mrs.DivyaVani TM.TechAssistant Professor15/6/2016Regular
25Mr.Sunil Kumar GM.TechAssistant Professor14/6/2017Regular
26Mrs.Rupa KM.TechAssistant Professor5/6/2017Regular
27Ms.YasoOmkari DM.TechAssistant Professor1/6/2017Regular
28Mrs.Anusha KM.TechAssistant Professor22/6/2016Regular
29Mrs.UmaDevi PM.TechAssistant Professor4/1/2016Regular
30Ms..Brinda KM.TechAssistant Professor5/6/2015Regular
31Mr.Seshagiri KM.TechAssistant Professor5/6/2015Regular
32Mr.ViswanadhaReddy MM.TechAssistant Professor4/7/2017Regular
33Mrs.Hemalatha NM.TechAssistant Professor12/6/2017Regular
34Ms.Mounika AM.TechAssistant Professor16/12/2019Regular
35Ms.Prathima KM.TechAssistant Professor23/5/2017Regular
36Mr.Pradeep GM.TechAssistant ProfessorRegular
37Ms.Chandrakala MM.TechAssistant Professor16/6/2020Regular
38Mrs.LathaRani SM.TechAssistant Professor16/12/2019Regular
39Mr.Khadarvalli NM.TechAssistant Professor18/6/2020Regular
40Mr.Sainath DM.TechAssistant Professor11/6/2020Regular
41Ms.SivaPavani KM.TechAssistant Professor20/5/2017Regular
42Mrs.JayaSuruthi LM.TechAssistant Professor10/07/2020Regular
43Mrs.Kiranmayee BM.TechAssistant Professor15/6/2020Regular
44Ms.Mamatha AM.TechAssistant Professor17/6/2020Regular
45Mrs.Swetha TM.TechAssistant Professor22/6/2015Regular
46Mr.Omkar Reddy JM.TechAssistant Professor7/6/2019Regular
47Mr.Pavan Kumar KM.TechAssistant Professor4/7/2017Regular
48Mrs.Bhavya PM.TechAssistant Professor18/1/2021Regular
49Mrs.MadhaviLatha IM.TechAssistant Professor18/1/2021Regular
50Mr.Gowtham Reddy AM.Tech,(Ph.D)Visiting Faculty4/7/2020contract
YEAR I SEM II SEM
IAlgebra & CalculusBasic Electrical and Electronics
IChemistryProbability & Statistics
IProblem Solving & ProgrammingApplied Physics
I****Data Structures
IIMathematical Foundations of Computer ScienceBiology For Engineers
IIObject Oriented Programming through JavaNumber Theory and Applications
IIPython ProgrammingDesign and Analysis of Algorithms
IIDigital Logic designOperating Systems
IIDatabase Management SystemsObject Oriented Programming using Java
IIDesign ThinkingSoftware Engineering
IIEnvironmental ScienceComputer Organization
IIIOperating SystemsCompiler Design
IIIComputer NetworksData Warehousing and Mining
IIIObject Oriented Analysis and DesignDesign Patterns
IIIPrinciples of Programming LanguagesDesign and Analysis of Algorithms
IIISoftware TestingWeb and Internet Technologies
IIIIntroduction to Big DataArtificial Intelligence
IVManagement ScienceMobile Computing
IVGrid and Cloud computingCyber Security
IVInformation security****
IVMobile Application Development****
IVMachine Learning****
IVSoftware Project Management****

Ms.C.Hymavathi (159E1D0502) form M.Tech (Computer Science and Engineering), Received “ Pratibha Award “ form Govt of Andhra Pradesh for her outstanding academic performance in Academic Year 2017-18.

Ms. Charishma (119E1A0506) from B.Tech (Computer Science and Engineering), Received “ Pratibha Award “ form JNTUA for her outstanding academic performance in Academic Year 2015-16.

CSE & CSM Department

SEMESTER I (First Year Syllabus is common for CSE & CSM Courses)

I YEAR II YEAR III YEAR IV YEAR
Algebra and Calculus Mathematics III Operating Systems Management Science
Chemistry Database Management Systems Computer Networks Grid & Cloud Computing
Problem Solving & Programming Discrete Mathematics Object Oriented Analysis and Design Information Security
Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Principles of Programming Languages Mobile Application Development
Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis Software Testing

CBCC-II

a. Introduction to Big Data

b. Embedded Systems

c. Computer Animation

MOOCS-I*

a. Introduction to Big Data

b. R Programming

c. Introduction to Operations Management

CBCC-III

a. Software Project Management

b.Distributed Systems

c. Real Time Systems

Engineering Graphics Laboratory Database Management Systems Laboratory Object Oriented Analysis and Design & Software Testing Laboratory Grid & Cloud Computing Laboratory
Engineering Workshop Basic Electrical and Electronics Laboratory Operating Systems Laboratory Mobile Application Development Laboratory
Problem Solving & Programming Lab
Social Values & Ethics (Audit Course)

SEMESTER II

I YEAR II YEAR III YEAR IV YEAR
Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering Probability and Statistics Compiler Design

MOOCS-II

a. Data Analytics

b. Mobile Computing

c. Innovations and IT Management

Probability and Statistics Software Engineering Data Warehousing & Mining

MOOCS-III

a. Building Large Scale Software Systems

b. Enabling Technologies for Data Science Analytics : IoT

c. Cyber Security

Applied Physics Computer Organization Design Patterns
Data Structures Microprocessors & Interfacing Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Communicative English - I Object Oriented Programming using Java Web and Internet Technologies
Formal Languages and Automata Theory

CBCC-I

a. Artificial Intelligence

b. Linux Environment System

c. System Applications & Product

d. Intellectual Property Rights

Software Testing
Computer Science and Engineering Workshop Microprocessors & Interfacing Laboratory Web and Internet Technologies Laboratory Technical Seminar
Communicative English - I Laboratory Java Programming Laboratory Data Warehousing & Mining Laboratory Project Work
Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Laboratory Advanced English Language Communication Skills(AELCS) Laboratory) (Audit Course)
Applied Physics Laboratory Comprehensive Online Examination-II
Advanced English Language Communication Skills(AELCS) Laboratory) (Audit Course)
Comprehensive Online Examination-I Comprehensive Online Examination-II Comprehensive Viva-Voce
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CSE Department

SEMESTER I

I YEAR II YEAR III YEAR IV YEAR
Algebra and Calculus Mathematics III Operating Systems Management Science
Chemistry Database Management Systems Computer Networks Grid & Cloud Computing
Problem Solving & Programming Discrete Mathematics Object Oriented Analysis and Design Information Security
Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Principles of Programming Languages Mobile Application Development
Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis Software Testing

CBCC-II

a. Introduction to Big Data

b. Embedded Systems

c. Computer Animation

MOOCS-I*

a. Introduction to Big Data

b. R Programming

c. Introduction to Operations Management

CBCC-III

a. Software Project Management

b.Distributed Systems

c. Real Time Systems

Engineering Graphics Laboratory Database Management Systems Laboratory Object Oriented Analysis and Design & Software Testing Laboratory Grid & Cloud Computing Laboratory
Engineering Workshop Basic Electrical and Electronics Laboratory Operating Systems Laboratory Mobile Application Development Laboratory
Problem Solving & Programming Lab
Social Values & Ethics (Audit Course)

SEMESTER II

I YEAR II YEAR III YEAR IV YEAR
Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering Probability and Statistics Compiler Design

MOOCS-II

a. Data Analytics

b. Mobile Computing

c. Innovations and IT Management

Probability and Statistics Software Engineering Data Warehousing & Mining

MOOCS-III

a. Building Large Scale Software Systems

b. Enabling Technologies for Data Science Analytics : IoT

c. Cyber Security

Applied Physics Computer Organization Design Patterns
Data Structures Microprocessors & Interfacing Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Communicative English - I Object Oriented Programming using Java Web and Internet Technologies
Formal Languages and Automata Theory

CBCC-I

a. Artificial Intelligence

b. Linux Environment System

c. System Applications & Product

d. Intellectual Property Rights

Software Testing
Computer Science and Engineering Workshop Microprocessors & Interfacing Laboratory Web and Internet Technologies Laboratory Technical Seminar
Communicative English - I Laboratory Java Programming Laboratory Data Warehousing & Mining Laboratory Project Work
Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Laboratory Advanced English Language Communication Skills(AELCS) Laboratory) (Audit Course)
Applied Physics Laboratory Comprehensive Online Examination-II
Advanced English Language Communication Skills(AELCS) Laboratory) (Audit Course)
Comprehensive Online Examination-I Comprehensive Online Examination-II Comprehensive Viva-Voce