Computer Science and Engineering

About Department

The inception of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CS&E) was one among the first to be established in the State of Karnataka in the year 1982. Our mission is to create ideas that deepen and advance our understanding of the realm of Computer Science and Engineering and with those ideas to develop innovative, principled, and insightful leaders who changed the world. Classes are conducted on a full-time and on a part-time basis in an intimate-scale environment, and take full advantage of the assets provided by JSS Science and Technology and its surrounding communities. The department is actively involved in international collaborative research and also in sponsored research projects through various funding agencies.

Message From HOD

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering was established in 1982 was one among the first to be established in the State of Karnataka. It was affiliated to University of Mysore, later to Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) and presently to JSS Science and Technological University (JSSTU). The department constantly strives to accomplish its vision, Global excellence in teaching, and technology development, research and Innovation. The department has a good infrastructure with competent faculty member’s nearly 35 and a vibrant student body around 700. Several of our alumni  hold important positions in the industry and academia worldwide. Students have been placed, both in India and abroad, in several leading national and international companies including Amazon, Infineon, Western Digital, McAfee, Cisco, Qualcomm, SAP, Microsoft, Oracle, HPE, Digital McKinsey, Philips, National Instruments, Mercedes, Juniper, Netapp, Walmart, Goldman Sachs, Volvo, Bosch and Harman. The Department is actively engaged in research activities in various areas, nearly 800 research papers are published in reputed conference proceedings and Journals. More than 30 research scholars are awarded Ph.D.

  • Dr Srinath S
  • srinath@sjce.ac.in
  • srinath@jssstuniv.in
  • 9844823201

Vision

“Seeks to become a universally well-known academic center for teaching, learning, research and innovation in the field of Computer Science & Engineering.”

Mission

M1:  Impart quality education with an emphasis on basic principles of Computer Science and Engineering.

M2: Inculcate advancements in curriculum and pedagogy to enhance the teaching and learning process.

M3: Foster research and collaboration with premier institutions and industries.

M4: Promote innovation and entrepreneurship for the betterment of society.

  • Highly qualified faculty with an average teaching experience of 15 years.
  • 40% of faculty members have Doctoral degree and the remaining faculty members are pursuing Ph.D.
  • Faculty research collaboration with the international university – Deakin University, Australia, Duy Tan University, Vietnam.
  • Department offers broad thrust areas for research aspirants.
  • Average 20 research papers published annually in peer-reviewed journals by Faculty and Students.
  • 6 Global Initiative of Academic Networks (GIAN) programs sponsored by Dept. of Education, Govt. of India are conducted. Eminent professors from prestigious
    universities from different parts of the world visited as International faculty and shared their experience and expertise with faculty, research scholars, and students.
  • Consistent more than 95% placement record in reputed companies, with the highest package of 40 lakhs.
  • Department conducts National level Hackathon programs with Industry collaborations.
  • Students are encouraged to participate in technical and Professional club activities – LCC, ISTE, CSI, IEEE, Google Developer Student Clubs,  etc. to promote overall development.
  • Promotion of startup and innovation activities like Ideathon and Bootcamp through Government-funded projects.
  • The curriculum is revised every four years by domain-specific faculties in consultation with industry experts to keep students abreast of the latest technologies.
  • Collaboration with industry for Curriculum design:
    • Bosch Global Software Technologies (BGSW), offer an elective course on Automotive Cyber Security.
    • Collaboration with IBM India for curriculum design of Big Data analytics.
    • MoU with Holosuit-Singapore-based company for training on Automation and Robotics.

Thrust Areas of Research

  • Machine Learning
  • Health Informatics
  • Big Data Analytics
  • Computer Networks & Security
  • Image Processing
  • Web Mining
  • Pattern Recognition
  • Speech Signal Processing
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Internet of Things
  •  Blockchain
  • Wireless Network
  • Data Mining
  • Artificial intelligence

Long Term

  • Becoming one of the top-ranked department in providing Computer Science education at the national and international level
  • Establishing Centers of Excellence in Thrust areas
  • Create an intellectual Society having Technocrats, Scholars, Academicians & Administrators
  • Create Entrepreneurs who provide employment and contribute to national development

Short Term

  • Improved physical infrastructure to have state-of-the-art facilities
  • Improved digital infrastructure of global standards to move towards achieving excellence in academics
  • Up-gradation of knowledge and skill of faculty members
  • Improved innovative and technology-enabled teaching-learning process
  • Improved Partnership with Industries and Premier Institutions
  • More faculty having doctoral degrees
  • More Research Publications and Patents
PEO The Graduates will be able to:
PEO – 1 Excel in a professional career across industries and institutions that emphasizes Innovation and problem solving.
PEO – 2 Collaborate successfully with peers, colleagues and organizations.
PEO – 3 Work as ethical and responsible members of the computing profession and society. 

PSO

 The Graduates will be able to:
PSO-1 Problem-Solving Skills: Ability to apply standard practices and mathematical methodologies to solve computational tasks, model real world problems in the areas of database systems, system software, web technologies and Networking solutions with an appropriate knowledge of Data structures and Algorithms
PSO-2 Knowledge of Computer Systems:  An understanding of the structure and working of the computer systems with performance study of various computing architectures.
PSO-3 Successful Career and Entrepreneurship: The ability to get acquaintance with the state-of-the-art software technologies leading to entrepreneurship and higher studies.
PSO-4 Computing and Research Ability: Ability to use knowledge in various domains to identify research gaps and to provide solution to new ideas leading to innovations.
PO’s
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 modelling 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: 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.
UG details PG details Research Programmes
B.E. in Computer Science and Engineering M.Tech in Computer Engineering Ph.D  in Computer and information Science Engineering

OBE Administration

SL No Name of the Member Designation Organization Position in DAB

1

Dr. Srinath S Head of the Department JSSSTU Chairman

2

Dr. M A Anusuya Associate professor JSSSTU Department faculty representative-UG

3

Dr. Manimala S Assistance professor JSSSTU Department faculty representative-PG

4

Mr. Harsha kikkeri, Team Leader Hollosuit, Vijaynagar Mysore Industry Expert-1

5

Mr. Anoop M R, Team Leader MS. Comportment Software pvt Ltd. Bangalore Industry Expert-2

6

Dr. Jayashree B, Professor Department of CS&E NIE, Mysore Academic Expert

7

Dr. Nagendra swamy H S Associate professor University of Mysore Research Expert

8

Mr. Nanda krishna Software Engineer SISCO Alumni

9

Mr. Vivek E Student JSSSTU Student representative-UG

10

Mr. Nitish Kumar Student JSSSTU Student representative-PG

11

Dr. Vani H Y Assistance professor JSSSTU *Parent representative

Note: DAB meeting should be scheduled before syllabus revision and BoS meeting.

*Parent representative should preferably from the area of the programme.

DAB- Roles and Responsibilities

  • Suggest improvement in academic plans and recommend standard practices and systems for attaining POs/PEOs and implementation of OBE.
  • Develop and recommend the new or revised goals and objective of the programme.
  • Review and analyze the gap between curriculum and industry requirement and advise actions.
  • Recommending activities under Industry-institute interactions and to enhance employability.
  • To propose necessary action plan for skill development of faculty and student and required for entrepreneurship development and quality improvement.
  • To identify and suggest thrust areas and final year projects and internship.
  • Recommending various assessment tools for measuring effective implementation of outcome based education.
  • To recommend research initiatives in the thrust areas.
Sl. No. Category Designation Name of the member
1 Dean(s) of the Faculties, Ex-Officio Member Dean (Engg. & Tech) Dr. B Manoj Kumar
Dean Academic Dr. S B Kivade
2 Head of the Dept. Chairperson Dr. Srinath S
3 All Professors of the Department Members 1 Dr. M P Pushpalatha
4 Two Senior Associate Professors of the concerned Department by rotation Members 1 Dr. Prasanna B T
2 Dr. Guru R
5 One Senior Assistant Professor of the concerned Department by rotation Member 1 Dr. S Manimaala
6 One External Subject Expert from any reputed Academic / Research Institution / Other Universities nominated by the Academic Council Member 1 Dr. Ravishankar K C

Professor

Govt. Engineering College,MH Halli, Hassan

E-mail: kcrshankar@gmail.com

Mobile: +91-9448895123

7

 

One External subject expert   from any reputed Academic/Research Institutions/other Universities Member 1 Dr. Narahari Y

Professor

Computer Science and Automation

Division of EECS

Indian Institute of Science

Benagluru – 560 012

E-mail: narahari@iisc.ac.in

Mobile: +91-9945405363

8 Two external members from concerned  industry/ Government Departments/ Public Sector undertakings/ allied area relating to placement. Members 1 Mr. Karthik Bappanand

CEO, Center of Excellence

Cyber Security, Karnataka (Cyseck)

E-mail: ch.cyseck@karnataka.gov.in

Mobile: +91-9819078294

2 Ms. Champa E

General Manager

IT, KITS, ITBT Karnataka

E-mail: gm2kbits@gmail.com

Mobile: +91-9986063725

9 Postgraduate meritorious alumnus Member 1 Dr. B. Dinesh Rao

Professor

School of information Sciences

AB5, Second lower ground floor, MIT campus, Manipal University, Manipal

E-mail: dinesh.rao@manipal.edu

Mobile: +91-9986063725

10 Co-opt as Members:

a)      One external subject expert from reputed Academic/ Research Institution/Other Universities/Industry/ Government departments/ public sector undertakings, whenever special courses of studies are to be formulated.

 

 

b)      Two other members of faculty of the concerned Department.

Member

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

Dr. Thippeswamy G

Professor and Dean Academics

BMS Institute of Technology and Management

Doddaballapur Main Road, Avalahalli, Yelhanka, Bengaluru

E-mail: swamy.gangappa@gmail.com

Mobile: 9448864856

1 Dr. Vani Ashok
2 Dr. Chandrashekar A M

Program Assessment Committee (PAC): 

SL.No Committee Member Name Designation Role

1

Dr. Srinath S Associate Professor, CSE, JSS STU, Mysuru Head of the Department

2

Dr. Anil Kumar K M Professor, CSE, JSS STU, Mysuru Co-ordinator

3

Dr. Prasanna B T Associate Professor, CSE, JSS STU, Mysuru Committee Member

4

Dr. Manimala S Associate Professor, CSE, JSS STU, Mysuru Committee Member

Roles and Responsibility of PAC Committee Members:

  1. Evaluates and monitors attainment of Program Outcomes (POs), Program Specific Outcomes (PSO), Program Educational Objectives (PEOs). Planning of co-curricular activities for attainment of POs.
  2. Verification of CO attainment at the end of the semester and computation of CO-PO-PSO attainment.
  3. Identification of GAPs in the existing curricular based on the CO-PO-PSOs attainment and suggest appropriate plan of action to improve the attainment.
  4. Proper guidelines to the faculty members to modify the course outcomes in case of the COs attainments are not achieved continuously.
  5. Monitoring the activities of the department to check whether they are achieving the Vision and Mission
  6. Providing leadership in identifying appropriate assessment methods/strategies to measure learning outcomes at the program level
  7. Evaluate the program effectiveness and proposes necessary changes for continuous improvements.

 

Students Assistance Committee (SAC):

Sl. No. Committee Member Designation Role

1

Dr. Srinath S Associate Professor, CSE, JSS STU, Mysuru Head of the Department

2

Dr. Vani Ashok Associate Professor, CSE, JSS STU, Mysuru Co-ordinator

3

Dr. Chandrasekhar A M Assistant Professor, CSE, JSS STU, Mysuru Committee Member

4

Prof. Parashiva Murthy B M Assistant Professor, CSE, JSS STU, Mysuru Committee Member

5

Prof. Ashritha R Murthy Assistant Professor, CSE, JSS STU, Mysuru Committee Member

Roles and Responsibilities of SAC Members.

  • Instruct the class advisors to identify Bright Students and Slow Learners in their respective class.
  • The committee members are informed to meet once in a semester in order discuss about the performance of Bright students and slow learners.

 

Other Departmental Committee

Sl. No. Nature of work Team

1

Internationalization of the Department Activities Dr. M. P. Pushpalatha
Prof. Swetha P M

2

Department Alumni coordinators Dr. H C Vijayalakshmi
Prof. Rakshitha. R

3

BoS Coordinators Dr. Vani Ashok
Prof. Divakara N
Prof. K C Shalini

4

NBA coordinators Dr. Trishala C Nagavi
Dr.P Mahesh

5

Time Table Coordinators Prof. Vijay M B
Prof. K S Mahesh

6

Student Mentoring Coordinators Dr. A M Chandrashekar
Prof. Shruthi BM

7

NAAC – Departmental Coordinators Dr. Prasanna B T
Prof. Aishwarya D S

8

M. Tech – Computer Engineering Coordinators Dr. S Manimala
Prof. Tejaswini N

9

Research and IPR Coordination Dr. P Mahesh

10

Test Time Table, Squad allocation and Monitoring Coordinators Dr. Trishala C Nagavi
Prof. Tejaswini N

11

Quality Monitoring and Administration Committee (QMAC) & Swayam Coordinator Dr. Anusuya M A
Prof. A R Bindiya

12

ERP Coordination and Website Updation Prof.  Kendagannaswamy M S

13

Feedback Collection Coordination Dr. R Guru

14

Practical Examination Coordinators Prof. Sheela N
Dr. Madhusudhan

15

Project Coordination Dr. Manjula S
Prof. Shwethashree G C

16

Information Coordinator Prof. Parashivamurthy B M
Prof. Rakshith P

17

Open Elective Coordination Prof. Varsha V
Prof. Shruthi NM

18

Department Meeting Coordination Prof. Brunda S

19

Technical Club Coordinators Google Club Coordinator – Dr. K M Anil Kumar
LCC Technical Club Coordinator –  Dr. Prasanna B T

The student mentoring system has been introduced in our department for establishing a better and more effective relationship between students and teachers. The objective of SMS is to continuously monitor council and guide students in educational and personal matters. It also helps to identify students’ interests and create opportunities for growth in relevant areas. This system has been useful in identifying slow and advanced learners. The aim of the student mentoring system is: –

  • To enhance teacher-student relationships.
  • To enhance students’ academic performance and attendance.
  • To minimize student dropout ratio.
  • To monitor the student’s regularity and discipline.
  • To enable the parents to know the performance and regularity of wards.

Types of mentoring adopted in our department are 

  • Professional Guidance:- Regarding professional goals, selection of career, and higher education.
  • Career Advancements:- Regarding self-employment, entrepreneurship development, opportunities, morale, honesty, and integrity required for career growth
  • Course Specific:- Regarding the selection of open elective and professional elective courses during their graduation.

THE PRACTICE:

  • Each faculty member is the mentor for a group of 20 to 25 students allocated to him/ her by the Head of the Department. Those faculties will continue to be the mentors for the same group of students till their graduation.
  • The mentor collects, maintains, and updates the information related to student activities such as Academic, Curricular, Co-curricular activities, and Extra Curricular achievements. Keep contact details of students and parents.
  • It is the practice of mentors to meet students individually or in groups. The mentor meets the students informally outside class hours as well and guides them. In isolated cases, parents are called for counseling.
  • At least 4 to 5 meetings are arranged by mentors for their students in each semester usually after the completion of each CIE event to assess the student’s performance and guide them accordingly.
  • During the meeting, Mentors will access students’ Academic progress and all their activities are discussed and recorded. Any discrepancies such as disciplinary issues, health issues, sense of insecurity, lack of attendance, etc. are discussed and counseled with care.
  • A documented record of the mentoring process, a detailed progressive record of the student, and a brief but clear record of all discussions with students are maintained for reference purposes.

GUIDELINES FOR MENTOR:

Faculty mentors play a crucial role in mentoring students. They provide both professional and personal advice to the student, which helps the students to balance professional goals with their personal lives and give emotional encouragement during challenging times. Mentors and make use of following guidelines for effective mentoring.

  • Collects personal information from the student without touching sensitive issues or forcing any information out of the students and then provides the needed counseling to them.
  • Mentor–mentee relation is respectful and deemed confidential. Don’t filter it with gossip of any kind. Restrict the influence only on progressive and positive aspects through counseling. Don’t end up in ‘fault-finding’.
  • Offer guidance and counseling as and when the student required in an ethical and professional manner.
  • Continuously monitor, counsel, and guide the student in all academic pursuits and motivate student to participate in various co-curricular and extracurricular activities.
  • Advise students on effective utilization of university/college infrastructure and resources.
  • Assist the students in getting a good placement and keeps contact with the students even after their graduation.

GUIDELINES FOR STUDENT / MENTEE:

Mentees are responsible for gaining their mentors’ trust and confidence by interacting morally, and ethically so as to value the mentor’s time and professional, personal commitments. Mentees’ roles will depend on their needs, academic experience, and the nature of the mentoring relationship.

Following guidelines will be useful for students /mentees to take full advantage of opportunities provided by the student mentoring system.

  • Mentor has taken up the task to help and make you better in all aspects. So, be transparent in both your talk and your mind. Your mentor needs to know you better to guide you better.
  • Devote time to the mentoring relationship and often interact with the mentor.
  • Have clear-cut objectives before meeting with the mentor. Speak clearly to the point, without confusion.
  • List and communicate strengths, learning needs, development potential, values, and goals, both long and short-term.
  • Keep the mentor informed of academic progress, successes, challenges and other concerns.
  • Mentor has more to share and hence, asks for it. Seek knowledge and motivation to become better. Listen intently to the suggestions and guidelines of the mentor, could note them down too.
  • You need not have to agree on everything with your mentor and hence express your opinions. This is beneficial for both.

STUDENT MENTORING SYSTEM (SMS) 

LIST OF LABORATORIES

Sl. No. Title of the Laboratory

1.

CS Software Laboratory – 1

2.

CS Software Laboratory – 2

3.

Hardware Laboratory and UG Project Laboratory

4.

First Year Laboratory

5.

CS Software Laboratory – 3 & 4

6.

PG & Research Laboratory

7.

Research Laboratory (Pattern Recognition and Image Processing)

LIST OF COMPUTER SERVERS

Sl. No.

Specification of the Servers

Quantity
1. Tower server – X3300 M4

Intel Xeon E5 2403 (Quad Core) 1.80 GHz 10 Mb 1066 Mhz 1x 8GB 1x500GB

01
2. Sever Consolidation and Virtualization

SYSTEM X 3630 M4 RACK MOUNTABLE 2 U SERVER, Intel Xeon E5- 2420 (6 Core) 8GB OPEN BAY 3.5″

01
3. DELL EMC POWEREDGE – R450 Server

Intel Xeon Silver 4214 2.2G 12C/24T, 9.6GT/s, 16.5M Cache, Turbo HT (85W), DDR4 – 2400 32GB RDIMM 2666 MT/s

01
4. High End Graphics Workstations

Intel Xeon processor, 1TB HDD, 8GB RDIMM memory, 1GB NVIDIA Quadra K 600 Graphics card and 24 inch wide screen ultra-sharp Monitor

06
5. High End Image processing workstation

Intel Xeon processor, 1TB HDD, 8GB RDIMM memory, 3GB NVIDIA Quadra K 4000 Graphics card and 24 inch wide screen ultra-sharp Monitor

01

LIST OF COMPUTER SYSTEMS

Sl. No.

Specification of the Computers

Quantity
1. DELL OptiPlex™ 7070

8th Generation Core i7-8700, 8GB RAM 256 GB SSD, 20 Inch LED Monitor, Windows 10 Home Addition

04
2. Dell OptiPlex 7060MT

Intel 8G, Core i7, Intel Q370 chipset, 8GB DDR4 RAM, Factory Pre Installed 256 GB SATA Class 20, Intel Integrated UHD Graphics 630

90
3. DELL VOSTRO 3900 Computer Systems 18
4. INFINITY MA330 TRU INTEL CORE 2 DUO 50
5. INFINITIY MA330 PRO COMPUTER SYSTEMS HCL INFOSYSTEMS LIMITIED 100

LIST OF COMPUTER PERIPHERALS

Sl. No. Description of the Peripheral Devices Quantity
1. Smart/Digital Boards

SAMSUNG Interactive Digital Board

 

03

2. Multimedia Projectors

HITACHI CPX 3011N LCD  Projector

HITACHI CPX 3021wn LCD  Projector

EPSONTW 750

 

04

04

04

3. All-in-One Printers

CANON 31010MF

EPSON PRINTER L380

BROTHER 2520D MFP PRINTER

HP LASERJET 1200A: 02 Nos

HP LASERJET 138FNW: 01 Nos

 

01

01

01

02

01

4. CCTV (Network Dome) 12

INTERNET SERVICE

Sl. No. Description of the Peripheral Devices Quantity
1. Bandwidth – 1GbPS
2. Switches

CISCO SG500 is used for distribution switch.

 

01

3. Wi-Fi/Internet Hotspots

Motorola Outdoor AP7161

 

01

LIST OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT’s

Sl. No. Description of the Electrical Equipment’s Quantity
1. UPS:

APLAB 15 KVA

APLAB 10 KVA

APLAB 7.5 KVA

APLAB 5 KVA SERVO STABILIZAR

 

03

02

01

01

2. Diesel Generators for Power Backup 500 KVA (Kirloskar) 02
3. Air Conditioners

Weather Makers VOLTAS 2.0

 

18

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES

Sl. No. Description of the Peripheral Devices Quantity
1. Drinking Water Unit (RO Water) 01
2. Security Personnel’s (Round the Clock) 02
3. First-Aid Box 01
4. Fire Extinguishers 08
5. Centralized Primary Health Centre with duty Doctor 01
6.        Euro Clean Vacuum Cleaner (Product: Wet and Dry) 01

SAFETY & PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES IN THE LABORATORIES

SAFETY & PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES IN THE LABORATORIES
  • CCTV installed.
  • Carrying and use of CD/DVD/Pen drive/external hard disks/any hardware components, visiting unauthorized websites, downloading/installing any applications/packages (without permission) are strictly prohibited.
  • Security personnel round the clock.
  • Fire Extinguisher installed and periodically refilled.
  • First-aid facility.
  • Primary Health Centre with duty doctor in the campus.
  • Laboratory equipment’s are properly grounded (proper earthling is ensured).
Do’s
  • Start Cleanliness from Home
  • Keep Surrounding Clean and Green
  • Keep Workplace Neat and Clean
  • Devote Two Hours a Week on Sanitation
  • Dispose Garbage in Designated Places
Don’ts
  • Don’t Litters & Don’t Let Other litter
  • Don’t Defecate & Urinate in Open
  • Don’t Deface Public Properties
  • Don’t Split in public Places
  • Don’t Dump Garbage in Drains

Department Faculty and Staff

HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT
Sl.No NAME Qualification Design. Date of Join Nature of Association: Profile Email-Id
1 Dr. S SRINATH Ph.D Head of the Dept. Associate Professor 11/06/2009 Regular Click Here srinath@jssstuniv.in
PROFESSOR
SL.No. NAME Qualification Design. Date of Join Nature of Association: Profile Email-Id
1. Dr. M P PUSHPALATHA Ph.D Professor 02/11/1992 Regular Click Here mppvin@jssstuniv.in
2. Dr. K M ANILKUMAR Ph.D Professor 20/02/2006 Regular Click Here anilkm@jssstuniv.in
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
SL.No. NAME Qualification Design. Date of Join Nature of Association: Profile Email-Id
1. Dr. H C VIJAYALAKSHMI Ph.D Associate Professor 29/01/1992 Regular Click Here vijilakshmihc@jssstuniv.in
2. Dr. M A ANUSUYA Ph.D Associate Professor 20/03/2000 Regular Click Here anusuya_ma@ jssstuniv.in
3. Dr. R GURU Ph.D Associate Professor 11/01/2010 Regular Click Here guruirg@jssstuniv.in
4. Dr. PRASANNA B T Ph.D Associate Professor 01/12/2016 Regular Click Here prasannabt@ jssstuniv.in
5. Dr. S MANIMALA Ph.D Associate Professor 20/03/2000 Regular Click Here manimala@ jssstuniv.in
6. Dr. TRISILADEVI C. NAGAVI Ph.D Associate Professor 26/03/2000 Regular Click Here trisiladevi@jssstuniv.in
7. Dr. MAHESHA P Ph.D Associate Professor 17/12/1997 Regular Click Here maheshap@jssstuniv.in
8. Dr. VANI ASHOK Ph.D Associate Professor 20/02/2006 Regular Click Here vanisj@jssstuniv.in
  ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
SL.

No.

NAME Qualification Design. Date of Join Nature of Association: Profile Email-Id
1. Dr. A M CHANDRASHEKAR Ph.D Assistant Professor 13/05/1996 Regular Click Here amc@ jssstuniv.in
2. N SHEELA M.Tech, [Ph.D] Assistant Professor 20/02/2006 Regular Click Here sheela_cse@ jssstuniv.in
3. Dr. G MADHUSUDHAN Ph.D Assistant Professor 01/03/2006 Regular Click Here madhusudan@jssstuniv.in
4. S BRUNDA M.Tech,[ Ph.D] Assistant Professor 06/07/2006 Regular Click Here sbrunda@jssstuniv.in
5. Dr. S MANJULA Ph.D Assistant Professor 10/01/2007 Regular Click Here thejasyashas@jssstuniv.in
6. N DIVAKARA M.Tech (SE) Assistant Professor 05/11/2008 Regular Click Here dna@jssstuniv.in
7. M B VIJAY M.Tech Assistant Professor 02/09/2011 Regular Click Here mbv@jssstuniv.in
8. K S MAHESH M.Tech, [Ph.D] Assistant Professor 02/09/2011 Regular Click Here ksmcse@jssstuniv.in
9. K C SHALINI M.Tech, [Ph.D] Assistant Professor 01/10/2016 Regular Click Here shalini.kc@jssstuniv.in
10. ASHRITHA R MURTHY M.Tech, [Ph.D] Assistant Professor 01/10/2016 Regular Click Here ashrithar.murthy@jssstuniv.in
11. A R BINDIYA M.Tech, [Ph.D] Assistant Professor 01/10/2016 Regular Click Here bindiyaramesh@jssstuniv.in
12. V VARSHA M.Tech, [Ph.D] Assistant Professor 03/10/2016 Regular Click Here varsha.v@jssstuniv.in
13. N M SHRUTHI M.Tech, [Ph.D] Assistant Professor 03/10/2016 Regular Click Here shruthinm@jssstuniv.in
14. SWETHA P M M.Tech, [Ph.D] Assistant Professor 03/09/2019 Regular Click Here swethapm@jssstuniv.in
15. SHWETHASHREE G C M.Tech, [Ph.D] Assistant Professor 11/09/2019 Regular Click Here parashivamurthy@jssstuniv.in
16. PARASHIVA MURTHY B M M.Tech, [Ph.D] Assistant Professor 11/09/2019 Regular Click Here parashivamurthy@jssstuniv.in
17. RAKSHITHA R M.Tech, [Ph.D] Assistant Professor 23/02/2022 Regular Click Here rakshitha.r@jssstuniv.in
18. KENDAGANNASWAMY M S M.Tech Assistant Professor 23/02/2022 Regular Click Here kswamy@jssstuniv.in
19. AISHWARYA D S M.Tech Assistant Professor 24/02/2022 Regular Click Here aishwaryads@jssstuniv.in
20. TEJASWINI N M.Tech Assistant Professor 03/03/2022 Regular Click Here tejaswinin@jssstuniv.in
21. SHRUTHI B M M.Tech, [Ph.D] Assistant Professor 09/03/2022 Regular Click Here shruthibm@jssstuniv.in
22. RAKHITH P M.Tech, [Ph.D] Assistant Professor 04/01/2021 Contractual Click Here rakshith@jssstuniv.in
Sl. No. Name Designation
1. HARSHITHA K COMPUTER OPERATOR
2. RAMYASHREE S P COMPUTER OPERATOR
3. MADHUSUDHAN D INSTRUCTOR
4. SHILPASHREE H R INSTRUCTOR
5. POOJA N INSTRUCTOR
6. MAHADEVAPRASAD Y N INSTRUCTOR
7. SUSHMITHA P INSTRUCTOR
8. MAHESHWARI M INSTRUCTOR
9. RAKSHITH J P INSTRUCTOR
10. SOWMYASHREE A INSTRUCTOR
11. REKHA A P INSTRUCTOR
12. JAGADEESH L ASSISTANT INSTRUCTOR
13. RAJU G RATHOD ASSISTANT INSTRUCTOR
14. ASHADEVI K MECHANIC
15. RAVICHANDRA S R MECHANIC
16. MANJULA R HELPER
17. KUMAR D K HELPER
18. RANJEETH N B HELPER
19. MAHADEVASWAMY S HELPER
20. SUNANDA H N HELPER

Curriculum & Timetable

First year Syllabus

2020- Syllabus - 3rd sem

2020- Syllabus - 4th sem

2020- Syllabus - 5th sem

2020- Syllabus - 6th sem

2020- Syllabus - 7th sem

2020- Syllabus - 8th sem

Global Initiative of Academic Networks (GIAN) Programmes

Sl.

No

Name of the Course Host Faculty International Faculty Date
Algorithms for Robot Autonomy Dr.S.Srinath

Dept. of CS & E

Dr. Karthik Dantu,

University at Buffalo,State University of New York, United States of America

23rd May 2016 to 04th  June 2016
2.  Tools and Techniques in Big Data Computing for Diverse Applications  Dr. Anil Kumar K.M

Dept. of CS & E

Dr. Jemal H. Abawajy,

School of Information Technology, Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment, Deakin University, Australia

27th Dec 2016  to 6th Jan 2017
3.  Radiomics, Pathomics and Deep Learning for Disease Diagnosis, Prognosis and Treatment Evaluation on Digital Pathology, CT and MR Mr.P M Shivamurthy Dept. of CS & E Anant Madabhushi, United States of America 26th– 30th Dec 2017
4. Interactive Machine Translation Dr.M.A.Anusuya

Dept. of CS & E

Prof.  Michael Carl

Center of Research and Innovation in Translation and Translation Technology (CRITT) at the Copenhagen

Business School, Denmark.

19th-30th  Dec 2017
5. Advanced Course on Bio-Medical Signal Processing  Dr. Anil Kumar K.M

Dept. of CS & E

Dr.Suresh Sundaram,

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

2nd – 13th Jan 2018
6.  Natural Language Processing and Text Analytics Dr. Anil Kumar K.M

Dept. of CS & E

Dr.Jemal Abawajy,

School of Information Technology, Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment, Deakin University, Australia

15th –26th  Jan 2018

TECHNICAL EVENTS

Sl. No Name of the event Date Details of Event
1 LCC CLUB (AICTE SPICES) 5-03-21 Scheme for Promoting Interests, Creativity & Ethics among Students (SPICES) has been sanctioned by the Council and grant of Rs.1,00,000/- (Rupees One lakh only) to student club/chapter/society F.NO.10-11/AICTE/IDC/SPICES/2020-21
2 FOSS BYTES 25-04-20

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03-05-20

Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) BYTES, the annual national-level technical fest was conducted by Linux Campus Club SJCE. FOSS CAMP is the annual technical fest of the Linux Campus Club, held every year during the odd semester. The entire club comes together hosting a plethora of fun – filled technical and non-technical events. The aim has always been to reach as many students as possible with diverse events which are conducted over a period of a week.
3 GIT SESSION 12-09-20

to

13-09-20

GitHub session was conducted online via Google Meet at the preferred time of participants. The participants were divide into 12 teams of 11 members each (totally 135 participants) and 2 teaching volunteers were assigned to each team. Resources were shared as GitHub repository links. Git is a speedy and efficient distributed VCS tool that enables multiple developers or teams to work separately without having an impact on the work of others. Keeping that in mind, the session introduced the advantages of GIT in today’s industrial scenario and incorporated all the basics of version control system. The session was interactive with personal attention been given to all teams and participants. To evaluate the understanding of participants at the end of the session, a software was specially made by LCC. The software was a web interface which had many checkpoints with a leaderboard.
4 National Level Hackathon 26-12-20 and

27-12-20

National Level Hackathon (HACKELITE 20) Conducted virtually, with the gracious presence of the Deputy Chief Minister of Karnataka, Dr. C N Ashwath Narayan, the KAS officer Dr. K.N Praveen, the advisor of JSS Mahavidyapeetha M H Dhananjaya, the executive secretary of JSS Mahavidyapeetha, Dr. C G Betsurmath, the Vice Chancellor JSS Science and Technology University, Dr. Siddaramaiah , the registrar of JSS Science and Technology University, Prof S A Dhanaraj, the principal of SJCE, Dr. S B Kivade, Head of the Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering Dr. M P Pushpalatha and along with a panel of experienced judges namely, CEO of Holosuit, Mr. Harsha Kikkeri and Clinical informatician , a professor at U C Davis school of medicine, California, Dr. Prabhu RV Shankar.
5 IEEE-SJCE 18-10-21 IEEE-SJCE conducts many events regularly for students to gain knowledge and encourages them to take active part in all of them. The different events conducted as follows: Python Boot camp, Just Code It and IEEE ECLECTIC.
6 IIC JSSSTU Ideathon 2.0 06-02-20 After the success of Ideathon 1.0, IIC organized Ideathon 2.0
7 IIC JSSSTU InFacts 06-03-20 IIC launched InFacts, a social media campaign to create awareness about entrepreneurs and their break through innovation for their audiences.
8 IIC JSSSTU Innovoals 24-11-20 IIC organized online webinars and talks about entrepreneurship.
9 Ideathon 3.0 08-06-21 After the success of Ideathon 2.0, IIC organized Ideathon 3.0
10 CSI JSSSTU Farrago 01-03-20 Started off annual fest Technologix 2020 [TX-20] with a mind boggling technical plus fun event Farrago where participants had to solve some puzzles to get the key to unlock a coding question which again they need to solve at the earliest to top the leaderboard.
11 Pokemon Go 01-03-20

to

07-03-20

A fun event where participants need to search for pokemons (using the pokemon go app) inside our university and the one who caught the maximum number of pokemons was rewarded with the prize.
12 Algorithm 03-03-20 Coding event where participants need to take part as a pair and had to solve a variety of coding questions at the earliest using the optimal approach. This enhances their problem solving and analytical skills
13 PixelThon 04-03-20 Gaming event which had three exciting games to be played among participants coming from our college as well as other colleges of Mysore
14 Kayaka 05-03-20 Kayaka is a mock placement event where participants get to witness the thrill of placements. From aptitude to the HR Round , each of the rounds were challenging and fruitful.
15 Murder Mystery 06-03-20 A story based treasure hunt (fun event)
16 Quarantine Knockouts 30-06-20

to

06-07-20

A week-long coding event where each day unleashed a different set of problems to challenge the participants, the one at the top of the leaderboard at the end was rewarded.
17 Lights Quarantine Action 13-12-20 An online event amidst all the constraints aimed to let a bunch of talented individuals from our college showcase their talent in front of the judges and get a chance to win exciting rewards
18 Technovation 17-06-20

to

23-08-20

Technovation was conducted in virtual mode. Following projects were implemented under LCC during Technovation:

• Library management system for JSSSTU

• Online seminar hall booking system for placement of JSSSTU.

• ID Card Generating and Formatting Software Solution for JSSSTU.

• Automated e-mail system for students. Stack holder is Placement cell JSSSTU.

• Traffic Management System to prevent crashing of JSSSTU result page during high traffic.

• An  online assessment app to conduct remote exams during COVID-19 for JSS PDA.

• Project Guide Allocation system for Dept.of CS&E, JSSSTU.

• New student admission data entry portal for JSSSTU.

• Virtual File Movement and Tracking system for Administrative office, JSSSTU

19 Placement talk under LCC 17-05-20 Dr. Pradeep Manjunath (Training and Placement Officer, JSS S&TU), Ms. Shubhashree Hebbar and Mr. Anoop Bhat (LCC alumnus-class of 2018, Software Engineers at Intuit) were the guest speakers for the session. They provided guidance to all students regarding placements and answered their placement related queries. The session was conducted online via Google Meet which was live streamed on Youtube. 350+ students attended the live stream
20 FOSS Bytes 2020 25-04-20

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03-05-20

Foss Bytes included 6 fun filled technical and non-technical events vizQ’rious, Decrypto, Trackback, Codecon,

Demystified and Puzzle N’ Hustle.

All the events were conducted online. Many students from various colleges across India participated in the events. These events helped students to utilize their time productively.

21 Machine

Learning

Workshop

2020

 

17-02-20

to

20-02-20

Topics covered in the workshop:-Introduction to machine learning and Data pre-processing.  These topics gave an indepth knowledge of machine learning concepts and its applications for students. Various real world examples were given to make the students understand the concepts clearly.  Around 380 students had registered for the workshop and 117 among them attended all the sessions.
22 National

Level

Hackathons

Hackelite 19

9-11-19

to

10-11-19

HACKELITE’19, a 36-hour hackathon, was conducted by the Department of Computer Science and Engineering in association with its student club, Linux Campus Club on 9th and 10th November.

The ceremony was inaugurated with the gracious presence of the Mysuru City Corporation Commissioner Mr. Gurudatta Hegde, the Vice Chancellor JSS Science and Technology University Mysuru Dr. L Jawahar Nesan, the Dean of JSS Science and Technology University Dr. T N Nagabhushan. Head Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering Dr. M P Pushpalatha and along with a strong team of industry professionals from Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

The event was supported by Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme -III, Convergent Solutions, BYJU’S along with various food partners.

35 teams were shortlisted for the hackathon after initial screening. Teams were allowed to work on problems related to Smart campus parking, Development of BOT for answering user queries, Secure transit intruder detection system, Smart Datacenter, Disaster management solution and Donor management system.

After the final evaluation, students from The National Institute of Engineering (NIE), Mysuru won the first place and a cash prize of Rs 75,000. Students from PES University, Bengaluru, secured second place and a cash prize of Rs 50,000.

23 IIC JSSSTU

IPR

Workshop

10-01-19 IIC started its calendar by organizing a workshop on Intellectual Property Rights. The occasion was graced by Dr. M N Bheemesh, Director of National Institute of Advanced Legal Studies. The workshop educated students from various streams on patents
24 IIC JSSSTU Ideathon 1.0 01-03-19 The council received around 65 ideas from different departments. After the first round of screening, top 12 ideas were selected for presentation and top 3 ideas were awarded in the function held on National Science Day.
25 IIC JSSSTU

KYP – Know

Your Problem

15-09-19 On the occasion of Engineer’s day, students were asked to find a real world problem that can be solved by engineers and submit it to the portal.
26 IIC JSSSTU

Hackathon – Software and

Hardware

01-11-19 and

02-11-19

IIC in association with Nokia and Star Knowledge conducted first ever state-level 24 hours’ hackathon at SJCE, JSSSTU. We had around 300 participants for both software and hardware editions from the state
27 CSI JSSSTU

Technologix 2019

10-03-19 Started off annual fest Technologix 2019 [TX-19] with some thrilling gaming events.
28 Algorithms

 

27-03-19 Coding event where participants had to solve a variety of coding questions at the earliest using the optimal approach. This enhances their problem solving and analytical skills
29 Kayaka

 

28-03-19 Kayaka is a mock placement event where participants get to witness the thrill of placements. From aptitude to the HR Round , each of the rounds were challenging and fruitful.
30 Dual-Code Downs

 

30-03-19 A unique technical event to test the technical as well as coordination skills of participants where participants have to participate in a pair and understand the problem given to them, explain the same to the other team mate and start solving that problem.
31 Placement Talks 31-03-19 PSP with placement talks, annual paper presentations and guidance given by seniors.
32 Enigma-2019 09-09-19 Conducted annual event Enigma  came up with fun events and introductory talk with the juniors.
33 Alumni Talk 12-10-19 Respected alumni Mrs. Roopa M V, Scientist at ISRO delivered a talk on satellite launching and graced scholarship award ceremony.
34 Logic

Building

Using C

08-11-19

and

09-11-19

Conducted a 2-day workshop on C-language, focused more on how to approach an unknown problem along with the concepts of C programming language.
35 Developer

Student Clubs – Powered by

Google

Developers

2019

03-03-19

to

19-08-19

The Developer Student Clubs (DSC) is a Google Developers program to learn mobile, web, cloud, and ML development skills for students, towards employability. As part of the learning experience for students, the club works with local stakeholders who may include local businesses or NGOs or other organizations.

DSC conducts workshops and activities like Study Jams, Hackathons, Code-labs and talks where content on developer technologies is covered.  The club activities are listed below:

1. Workshops:

a.                     Cloud Study Jam

b.                     Karnataka Tech Innovation Contest

c.                     Google Cloud Career Readiness Program

d.                     Startup Karnataka Bootcamp

e.                     Bios – Breakfree Interact Openup Socialize

f.                      Webhooks 2. Projects Completed:

a.       Project Reachout: Android App

b.      Lean Technology

3. Campaigns: DSC Orientation Day

36 LCC Foss Camp – 18 28-10-18

to

03-11-18

Linux Campus Club (LCC) is a technical organization under the department of Computer Science and Engineering and is run by the students themselves. Through this club student are encouraged to make the transition from proprietary software to FOSS (Free and Open Source Software).

The main aim of the organization is to spread awareness about free and open source software among the students. They conduct Session to give awareness to the student’s community about Linux features, various languages like python and tools like LEX & YACC. The club conducts talk by members of the open source community and workshops to facilitate hands on experience to supplement the sessions conducted.

The club activities are listed below:

•      Vivechan

•      Virtual Treasure Hunt

•      Kernel C Programming

•      Kryptos

•      C Coding

•      Trackback

•      Burmuda Triangle

•      Workshops

•      Technical Talks

FOSS CAMP, the annual national-level technical fest conducted by Linux Campus Club, JSS STU Mysore. FOSS CAMP hosts a plethora of fun filled technical and nontechnical events which aim at promoting the concept of open source.

37 SPARSH

 

24-03-18 and

30-08-18

 

SPARSH, the techno-cultural club of our college started in the year 2014. The sole objective of SPRASH is to inspire the students by giving them an insight into the lives of renowned personalities.

People who have achieved prowess in their respective fields, be it art, science, business etc., are invited to inspire the student community. The lecture series were organized under the theme “MY TALK MY STORY” and the following distinguished speakers were invited.

•      Dr.Navakanta Bhat, Prof.& Chairperson, Dept. of Nanoscience & tech. IISC,Bangalore, Co-founder of Pathshodh Healthcare held on 24th of March 2018.

•      Mr. Srujan Lokesh, Comedian and an actor held on 30th August 2018

Speakers motivated the students by telling about their dreams and added that passion can make one achieve the impossible. They were talking about the good values that each of us must possess. The talks were very inspiring and the audience enjoyed every moment of it..

38 CSI JSSSTU

Competitive

Coding

Workshop

23-01-18       and

24-01-18

CSI started its calendar by organizing a workshop on Competitive Coding. This workshop was conducted in collaboration with Coding Ninjas. Students from various branches took part and gained the knowledge of competitive programming.
39 Torpedo

 

19-02-18      and

20-02-18

Started off annual fest Technologix 2018 [TX-18] with a Gaming Event Torpedo. With a great turnout coming in , TX-18 got an excellent start.
40 BUG-C

 

20-02-18 A technical event where the participants had to find bugs in some given C program.
41 Treasure Hunt 21-02-18 As part of a fun event of TX-18 we conducted Treasure Hunt where participants had to apply their logic to crack every clue they came across.
42 MOQ UP 21-02-18 CSI in association with SJCE startup cell conducted an event to encourage students across our college to submit their innovative ideas and selected teams got the chance of getting assistance from SJCE startup cell.
43 Algorithm 22-02-18 Coding event where participants had to solve a variety of coding questions at the earliest using the optimal approach.

This enhances their problem solving and analytical skills.

44 Kayaka

 

23-02-18 and

24-02-18

Kayaka is a mock placement event where participants get to witness the thrill of placements. From aptitude to the HR Round , each of the rounds were equally challenging .
45 Enigma-2018

 

24-09-18 Conducted  annual event Enigma where  organized coding competitions, a gaming event and treasure hunt.
46 Scavenger Hunt and debug competition 11-11-18 Challenge is to find the missing/error in the code editor and debug that code.
47 BITS TO BYTES 13-11-18

to

17-11-18

One week of workshop on C programming along with quizzes and coding challenges to sharpen the C programming knowledge of students.

CULTURAL EVENTS

YEAR EVENT State/ National STUDENT EVENT
2018-19  “ALCHERINGA”, All India state level  cultural Competition, IIT Gowahati -2018 National level cultural event Namratha M J 2nd Prize in Dancing Duo
Jahnavi M
Arun Bangera 2nd Prize  in face painting.
Namratha M J Ist Prize in Team Dance (electric Heels)
Mysuru kogile National Cultural Rashmi D
2019-20

 

 

 

 

 

“ANTARAGNI-2019” All India state level cultural Competition, IIT, Kanpur Date: 17 to 20th October

 

National level cultural event Cultural event
Pooja Huggi Western Dance
Namratha Indian dance
Rashmi D Classical Singing
Keetrhana Film song Singing
Harsh Patel Keyboard instrument
Preetam Photography (still)
Anirudh Photography (video)
Pruthvi Drama
Santhosh Arts
2020-21  No Events organized Due to COVID-19 Pandemic

SPORTS

YEAR EVENT State/ National EVENT STUDENT
2018-19 01 Silver in 90 + Kg. Inter University Best Physique Sreelal Raj M K
01Silver in 85Kg. Inter University Best Physique Anvith P
01 Silver in Relay Inter University Swimming Dhanush Srinath
Best Players Award Inter University Volley-ball Karthik Bhatt S
Best Player Award Inter University Throw-ball Amulya A S
2019-20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Branch level football and cricket Branch level football and cricket Favad pasha
Gold medal-02 inter university Weight Lifting Anvith P
Gold-02 Silver-03 medals inter university Best Physique  Sreelal Raj M K
Gold inter university 50 mts swimming Vinu N Aski
Bronze inter university 100 mts swimming Vinu N Aski
Bronze inter university 200 mts swimming Vinu N Aski
Silver medal inter university 4X100 Mtr Relay  Varun M and team
Gold medal inter university Wrestling Abhishek Nayak G S
Gold medal inter university Wrestling Doddahonne Gowda BB
Gold-1 Silver-3 Bronze-2 inter university Athletics Overall Men Championship
Best Player Award inter university Throw ball Amulya
Best Player Award inter university Volleyball Vijay B C
2020-21

 

International Olympiad of Science International Rahul Singh
Throw ball Tournament Winners International  Throw ball Rishitha Ramesh

1.  Linux Campus Club (LCC), is a non-profit technical organization under the department of Computer Science and Engineering, JSS S&T University Mysuru, India;  Now in its decennial year, the main aim of the organization is to spread awareness about free and open source software among the students of JSS S&T University and is run by the students themselves. We encourage students to make the transition from proprietary software to FOSS (Free and Open Source Software).

At the beginning of every academic year, registrations are opened for LCC, and students across all the departments are encouraged to join the club. The first step we take towards fostering the use of free and open source software among the students is to distribute customized linux installation DVDs to all the members soon after the membership drive. An installation session is conducted to guide the members through the installation step by step.

To familiarize the students with linux, sessions are conducted regularly by the members themselves on basic linux features, various languages such as python and tools like lex and yacc. We are ever ready to help students in any topic related to their curriculum as well by conducting sessions on demand. We also conduct talks by members of the open source community and workshops to facilitate hands on experience to supplement the sessions conducted.

Connect Foss Campus Edition

2. Google Developer Student Clubs are university-based community groups for students interested in Google developer technologies. Students with an interest to grow as a developer are welcome. By joining a GDSC, students grow their knowledge in a peer-to-peer learning environment and build solutions for local businesses and their community. GDSC JSSSTU also hosts workshops to help students learn about Google technologies. And they work with local businesses, startups, NGOs, even their universities, to build real solutions for real problems. Through this experience, they not only bridge the gap between theory and practice for students but leave a legacy of impact.

Objectives:

  • Connect: Students interested in developer technologies at our college or university get to meet like-minded peers. All are welcome, including those with diverse backgrounds and different majors.
  • Learn: Students learn about a range of technical topics and gain new skills through hands-on workshops, events, talks, and project-building activities online and in-person.
  • Grow: Students apply new learnings to build great solutions for local problems. Advance your skills, career, and network. We strive to give back to our community by helping
    others learn.

Research Activities

Sl No Research Guide Area of Specialization E-Mail ID
1 Dr.Srinath S Machine Learning, Image Processing,NLP srinath@sjce.ac.in srinath@jssstuniv.in
2 Dr M P Pushpalatha Machine Learning, Health Informatics, Big Data Analytics mppvin@sjce.ac.in mppvin@jssstuniv.in
3 Dr. Anil kumar K M Web Mining anilkm@sjce.ac.in anilkm@jssstuniv.in
4 Dr H C Vijayalakshmi Medical image processing, Social Networks vijilakshmihc@sjce.ac.in vijilakshmihc@jssstuniv.in
5 Dr Anusuya M A Speech Signal Processing, Machine Learning, Digital Signal Processing anusuya_ma@sjce.ac.in anusuya_ma@jssstuniv.in
6 Dr.Prasanna B T Computer Networks, Security, AI, BLockchain prasannabt@sjce.ac.in prasannabt@jssstuniv.in
7 Dr Manimala S Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition, Big Data Analytics manimala@sjce.ac.in manimala@jssstuniv.in
8 Dr.Trisiladevi C Nagavi Digital Signal Processing,Machine Learning and Information Retrieval trisiladevi@sjce.ac.in trisiladevi@jssstuniv.in
9 Dr Mahesha P Digital Signal Processing,Web technologies,Machine Learning maheshap@sjce.ac.in maheshap@jssstuniv.in
10 Dr A M Chandrashekar Data Mining, Machine Learning , Computer Networks, Security, AI, Blockchain amc@sjce.ac.in   amc@jssstuniv.in
11 Dr Guru R Iot, Computer and Wireless Network guruirg@sjce.ac.in guruirg@jssstuniv.in
12 Dr Madhusudhan G Computer Networking madhusudan@sjce.ac.in madhusudan@jssstuniv.in
13 Dr Manjula S IoT. Cloud Computing,Computer Networking, Security, Blockchain thejasyashas@sjce.ac.in thejasyashas@jssstuniv.in
Sl No.
Research Scholar
Guide
Research Topic
Registration Year
(Full/Part Time)
1 Poornima B V (Full Time)
Dr.Srinath S
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
2021
2 Rashmi S (Full Time)
3 Rakshitha S (Part Time)
4 Brunda S (Part Time)
5 Poornima (Part Time)
Dr. Pushpalatha M.P
Health Informatics and Machine Learning
2020
6 Reena Mou V S (Part Time)
7 Manasa T S (Part Time) 2021
8 Sahana V (Part Time)
Dr. Anil kumar K M
A Model for Detection and Classification of Cyberbullying from Web documents
2017
9 Ashritha R Murthy (Part Time) Detection of Users Emotion from Web
10 Hariprasanna (Full Time) Dr Anusuya M A Speech Processing 2021
11 Swetha P M (Part Time) Dr.Prasanna B T Wireless network 2020
12 Chethana H T (Part Time)
Dr.Trisiladevi C Nagavi
Secure Image Processing 2017
13 Avinash B (Part Time)
Forensics image processing
2018
14 Suhasini C (Part Time)
2021
15 Kruthika S G (Full Time)
16 Manjunath N (Part Time) Dr.Guru R Networks 2019
17 Rakshith P (Part Time)
Dr.Madhusudhan G
Networks 2021
18 Mahesh P (Full Time) Wireless Network 2021
19 Shwethashree G C (Part Time) Dr Manjula S Networks 2021

JSS Science and Technology University

Sl NO NAME SUPERVISOR
1 Arpitha Swamy Dr.Srinath S

UNIVERSITY OF MYSORE

Sl.No. NAME SUPERVISOR
1. A.S.GOPAL RAO Dr. K. CHIDANANDA GOWDA
2. P.NAGABHUSHAN Dr. K. CHIDANANDA GOWDA
3. PRADEEP V DESAI Dr. P. NAGABHUSHAN
4. T.V.RAVI Dr. P. NAGABHUSHAN
5. LINGANA GOWDA KULKARNI Dr. P. NAGABHUSHAN
6. N.V.SUBBAREDDY Dr. K. CHIDANANDA GOWDA
7. H.N.SRIKANTA PRAKASH Dr. P. NAGABHUSHAN
8. S.JAGANATH Dr. K. CHIDANANDA GOWDA
9. C.N.RAVIKUMAR Dr. K. CHIDANANDA GOWDA
10. M.S.DINESH Dr. P. NAGABHUSHAN
11. V.K.ANANTHASHAYANA Dr. K. CHIDANANDA GOWDA
12. G.RAGHAVENDRA RAO Dr. K. CHIDANANDA GOWDA
13. B.G.SANGAMESHWARA Dr. ASHOK RAO
14. NIRANJAN CHIPLUNKAR Dr. CHITRASEN BHAT
15. ASHA N. Dr. NAGAPPA U. BHAJANTRI
16. M. A. ANUSUYA Dr. S.K. KATTI
17. SRINATH S. Dr. C.N.RAVIKUMAR
18. T. D. ROOPAMALA Dr. S.K. KATTI
19. M. H. SIDRAM Dr. NAGAPPA U. BHAJANTRI
20. ABOUZAR GHASEMI Dr. C.N.RAVIKUMAR

VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY (VTU)

Sl.No. NAME SUPERVISOR

1

M.A.JAYARAM Dr. C.N.RAVIKUMAR
2 C.NANDINI Dr. C.N.RAVIKUMAR

3

B.M.VIDYAVATHI Dr. C.N.RAVIKUMAR

4

LIYAKATH UNNISA Dr. C.N.RAVIKUMAR

5

GOWRAMMA P Dr. C.N.RAVIKUMAR

6

TRISILADEVI C NAGAVI Dr. NAGAPPA U. BHAJANTRI

7

MANIMALA S Dr. C.N.RAVIKUMAR

8

POOJA M R Dr. M.P.PUSHPALATHA

9

PREMA N S Dr. M.P.PUSHPALATHA

10

SHIVASHANKAR S Dr. SRINATH S.

11

VANI H Y Dr. M.A.ANUSUYA

12

VEDAVATHI N Dr. ANILKUMAR  K M
Sl.No. Name of the faculty Industry associated with Course handling
1 Er.Harsha Kikkeri Holosuit Pvt. Ltd.,

Singapore

Robotics 
2
  • Mr.Jayaram Jhadtheela
  • Mr. Rejin Sathianesan
  • Mr. Bhattacharjee Pritam
Bosch Global Software Technologies (BGSW) Cyber Security and Industry 4.0

The department has signed MoU’s with the following organizations

  1. Holosuit Pvt. Ltd., singapore
  2. Bosch Global Software Technologies (BGSW), to start an industry elective course on Cyber Security

Institute Collaboration

  1. Deakin University, Australia – Association with Prof. Jemal Abawajy, Deakin University in Joint Research Publications titled “Detection of Social Security Fraud using Machine Learning”, Intl. J. of Modern Education and Computer Science 2020 (Anil Kumar K. M, Bhargava S., Apoorva R. and Jemal Abawajy ) Click Here
  2. Duy Tan University, Vietnam – Association with Prof. Anand Nayyar, Duy Tan University in Joint Research work submission titled An Effective Rule based Approach for Identification of Comorbidity Patterns – Multimedia Systems, Springer 2022 (Bramesh S M , Anil Kumar K M , Anand Nayyar) Click Here

  3.  The JSS Academy of Higher Education & Research (JSS AHER), Mysuru, An MoU was signed   Click Here
  4.  The JSS Polytechnic for the Differently Abled (JSSPDA), Mysuru, Am MoU was Signed Click Here
  5.  MLV Textile and Engineering College Bhilwara, Rajasthan is the mentor institute as a twinning partner under  (TEQIP)-III

Industry Collaboration

  • Collaboration with IBM India for Curriculum design of Big Data Analytics
  • Collaboration with Robert Bosch, India for Curriculum design of Automotive Cyber Security
  • Collaboration with Applied Materials for Curriculum design on Artificial Intelligence
  • Collaboration with Chamundeshwari Electricity Supply Corporation Limited (CESC) for the training of CESC employees on Cyber security
Particulars 2020-21 2019-20 2018-19
No. of students 204 142 151
No. of students placed 156 113 119
Higher studies 7 15 16
Raghu V. Hudli            Biography of Raghu V. Hudli began his career in 1990, when he joined IBM USA, as a development staff member. In 1993, he was appointed as advisory engineer at IBM. During his seven years with IBM, he played key roles in several projects involving distributed computing. Along with an employee in HP, USA, he was the first to demonstrate successfully the interoperability between distributed objects systems.

In 1997, he started working as an independent consultant, with main focus on architecting of projects that used CORBA. Some of his clients included IBM Austin, DSQ Software Ltd., Chennai, AIC Software AG, Switzerland, HCL Perot Systems, India, IBM Global Services, India and LEC Software, India.

While at IBM, he represented IBM at the Object Management Group (OMG) and contributed towards the standardization of CORBA. He also invented technologies that are now patented.

In 1998, Raghu Hudli co-founded ObjectOrb. As the Managing Director of the company, his leadership and vision has translated to several new product initiatives and healthcare focus at ObjectOrb.

Raghu Hudli is a renowned corporate trainer in CORBA. He has also taught software architecture courses at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc.)

Raghu Hudli has a Ph. D. in Computer Science from the University of Nebraska. Prior to his Ph. D., he completed his Masters in Computer Science from the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore and Under Graduate from Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, Mysore.”

Prasanna Gonuguntla Prasanna Gonuguntla is Vice President of Product Development team in India for Mercedes-Benz Passenger Cars. The team comprises of talented engineers who develop Daimler AG’s new products across all platforms ranging from Sedans to SUVs.

Prasanna has varied experience spanning 23 years in Product Development, Manufacturing Engineering and PLM. He has been instrumental in building the organization as one of the largest captive R&D center for Daimler AG outside Germany. He joined MBRDI in 1999 as a Product Development Engineer in Bangalore office. Prior to joining MBRDI, he was with TATA Motors in Pune. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of Mysore & Master’s Degree in Manufacturing Engineering from BITS, Pilani.

Have worked and lived in Germany, US and Japan

Dr. C Krishna Mohan Dr. C Krishna Mohan

  • Professor
  • Department of Computer Science and Engineering   & Dean (Public and Corporate Relations)

Dr. C. Krishna Mohan is currently a Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering and the Dean of Public and Corporate Relations at the Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad (IIT Hyderabad), India. He has been with IIT Hyderabad since 2009. He was also the Head of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, IIT Hyderabad from May 2010 till October 2014. Before joining IIT Hyderabad, he was a senior faculty member at the National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal (NITK Surathkal). He received his M.Tech from NITK Surathkal and Ph.D. from the Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT Madras).

Prof Krishna Mohan heads Visual Learning and Intelligence Lab (VIGIL) at IIT Hyderabad working in the research areas of video content analysis, computer vision, machine learning, deep learning. He is a recipient of Excellence in Teaching Award, in recognition of distinguished teaching in the year 2018 at IIT Hyderabad. He has published more than 60 papers in peer-reviewed international journals and conferences proceedings. He has guided several Ph.D., Masters, and Undergraduate students. He has successfully carried out several projects with industry, government agencies, and academia. He serves as a reviewer for several reputed international conferences and IEEE journals and is a Senior Member of IEEE, Member of ACM, AAAI Member, Life Member of ISTE, Fellow of IEI, IETE, and TAS.

Shanmugam Manjunath Shanmugam Manjunath (23 February 1978 – 19 November 2005) was a manager (grade A officer) for the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) who was murdered for sealing a corrupt petrol station in Lakhimpur Kheri, UP. This incident inspired several students at IIM, IIT and other institutes culminating with the IIM students setting up the “The Manjunath Shanmugam Trust”. Manjunath did his initial schooling from Kendriya Vidyalaya, BEML Nagar, Kolar Gold Fields, Karnataka. He finished his 10th in 1993 and 12th std in science stream in 1995 from the same school. Later on he did his Computer Science Engineering degree from Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, Mysore, and an MBA from Indian Institute of Management Lucknow
Niranjan Babu Niranjan Babu is currently Managing Director at Accenture India.

Niranjan completed his Masters in Computer Science from the Texas A&M University USA, and Under Graduate in Civil Engineering from Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, Mysore.

Post Under Graduate he worked at SJCE Mysore– CAD Center for World Bank Rural Water Supply Project. Post that he worked for Tata Consulting Engineers -Mumbai. Following that, he moved to the US for perusing Master’s Degree.

He then started working as Software Engineer for CGN Consultants USA for short stint. He then joined Anderson Consulting USA in 2001. He was based out of Minneapolis – USA working on Strategy and Consulting transformation programs for Health Care, Banking, Insurance, Retail and Resources client. He moved to India in 2011 and has been primality focused on Health Care Clients across APAC and North America

Mr. Vinay G M,

Mr. Vinay G M, Deputy Commissioner of Customs, completed his B.E. in Computer Science & Engineer from SJCE in the year 2011. He also has done his M.A in Public Administration. Initially, he joined MBBS at JSS Medical College, Mysore but very soon changed the stream, since he didn’t have a keen interest in that field. Later he got admitted to CSE at SJCE.

He got selected to a company called Huawei Technologies in campus selection and worked for 5 months. Later he quit the IT job, started preparing for UPSC exam and cleared Civil Services Examination in the year 2013 by securing AIR 459 and got selected as Officer of Indian Revenue Service 2014 batch in Indian Customs and Central Excise Department. He got posted as Assistant Commissioner of Service Tax in Bangalore in the year 2016.

Later in 2017 when new indirect taxation system GST was introduced throughout India, got posted in GST Department and looked after the implementation and administration of GST [Goods and Service Tax]. Presently he is working as Deputy Commissioner of Customs in Bengaluru.

Mr. Thrinethra K R Mr. Thrinethra K R secured 515 Rank in UPSC 2016 Civil service Examination. Before that, he was also selected as Tahsildar in KAS examination. He completed his B.E in Computer Science and Engineering in 2011 from SJCE.
Mr. Santhosh B M Mr. Santhosh B M was born in 1992. He did his schooling from St Mary’s School, T Narasipura Town, Mysuru District and Pre-University Education from Sadvidya PU College, Mysuru. Later he joined B.E in Computer Science and Engineering at SJCE Mysuru and graduated in 2013. He has selected in Software Company called NTT Data through campus placement. But his passion for serving the society made him leave the software company and pursue UPSC Civil Services Examination. Mr. Santhosh quote the words “Enter to learn and go out to serve” written in SJCE campus was always a source of inspiration for him. He cleared UPSC Civil Service Examination 2017 with All India Rank 307 and soonly he will be joining for Indian Administrative Service (IAS) as trainee officer.
Venkatesh Nayak Mr. Venkatesh Nayak born in 1991 and a native of a small village Dumathi, Raichur District. He completed his BE in Computer Science & Engineering from SJCE in the year 2013. He did all his primary and higher school from Government Schools. He cleared KPSC exams in 2014 and presently Working as a Assistant Director, Karnataka Government Insurance Department Bengaluru. In the year 2017, he cleared UPSC exams with All India Ranking of 930.
  Dhananjay (Kannada: ಧನಂಜಯ್) is an Indian film and theater actor working in Kannada film industry.After acting in a host of theater acts, he made his feature film debut inDirector’s Special in 2013. He fetched the debut actor award at the SIIMA Awards for his performance in the film.

Dhananjay was born in Kalenhalli village in Arasikere, Hassan district. His childhood in India was mostly spent by watching and acting in dramas in the village along with his father. He moved to Mysore to pursue his Engineering degree in Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering and subsequently passed out as a rank student. This lead him to a good job offer from Infosys company in Mysore. However, his interest was set in acting and he used to frequently visit the popular Rangayana theater group in Mysore. Eventually, he landed up with many acting assignments in the same theater group. He also underwent an acting workshop at Germany facilitated by Germany based theater director Christian Stuckl.

Year International  Journals International Conference Year wise

Total

2017 20 13 33
2018 20 06 26
2019 25 04 29
2020 38 01 39
2021 36 07 43
2022 21 21
Total 160 31 191

International Journals: 2022

  1. Vedavathi, N., & Anil Kumar, K. M. (2022). Bat competitive swarm optimizer enabled DMN for automatic recommendation of learning objects. Evolutionary Intelligence, 1-14.
  2. KM, Anil . Kumar., & Abawajy, J. (2022). Detection of False Income Level Claims Using Machine Learning. International Journal of Modern Education & Computer Science, 14(1).
  3. Vedavathi, N., & Anil Kumar, K. M. (2022). Senti Word Net Ontology and Deep Neural Network Based Collaborative Filtering Technique for Course Recommendation in an E-Learning Platform. International Journal of Uncertainty, Fuzziness and Knowledge-Based Systems.
  4. Prasad, V. N., & Kureekatil Muthappa (2022), A. K. An efficient framework for the similarity prediction with query recommendation in E‐learning system. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, e7145.
  5. Manasa H R, Anil Kumar K M, GUI based Heart Disease Prediction System Using Machine Learning, Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (JETIR), Volume 9, Issue 7, July 2022.
  6. Harini H, Vaishnavi V, Chaman Goel, Unnam Gopika Sahithi, Anil Kumar K M, Block chain based Student certificate Generation and Verification D App, Zeichen Journal, Volume 8, Issue 07, 2022, ISSN No: 0932-4747
  7. Bramesh, S. M., & Anil Kumar, K. M. (2022). AN EFFECTIVE RULE BASED APPROACH FOR IDENTIFICATION OF COMORBIDITY PATTERNS IN DIABETIC PATIENTS. Indian Journal of Computer Science and Engineering (IJCSE), Vol. 13 No. 4 Jul-Aug 2022. DOI: 10.21817/indjcse/2022/v13i4/221304054
  8. Vani Ashok, Sudhanshu B Moolya, Leon Auster D’souza, Ramakrishna R Kamath, Santhoshkumar M T, Prajwal Ganesh Pai, “Application to Detect and Analyze Human Posture using Machine Learning”, International Research Journal of Modernization in Engineering Technology and Science (IRJMETS), Volume 4, Issue 07, July 2022.
  9. Sheela N et.al “Sign Language Recognition using Facial Gesture and Skeleton Key points” , International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET), Volume 9, Issue 7, July 2022, E-ISSN: 2395-0056.   P-ISSN: 2395-0072
  10. Sheela N, Dr.A B Rajendra, “Comparative Analysis of Machine Learning Algorithms in Skin Lesion Analysis for Melanoma Detection with Haralick Features”, IJRAR, Volume 9, Issue 1, March 2022, ISSN NO: 2249-2976.  E-ISSN 2348-1269, P- ISSN 2349-5138.
  11. Sheela N, Dr.A B Rajendra, “ Performance Analysis Of Machine Learning And Deep Learning Models In Skin Lesions Classification With Data Balancing Using Augmentation Techniques”, IJRAR, Volume 9, Issue 1, January 2022, ISSN NO: 2249-2976. E-ISSN 2348-1269, P- ISSN 2349-5138.
  12. Nandeesh H D, Prathyusha V Raikar, Vaishnavi Srinath, Chinmayi P, Dhanush R, ” Classification and Detection of Phishing URLs using Machine Learning Approach” International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering, Volume 10, Issue 6, e-ISSN: 2320-9801, p-ISSN: 2320-9798, June 2022 DOI: 10.15680/IJIRCCE.2022.1006142
  13. Nandeesh H D, Sachith J prakash, skanda Tejaswi D, Nishanth S, Prajwal J, “Ray of light: An integrated system for specially abled” International research journal of modernization in engineering technology and science(IRJMETS), Volume 4, Issue 07, e-ISSN:2582-5208, July 2022.
  14. Prasanna B T et.al “Deep Learning approach to analyze and eliminate steganographic content in images”, IJARESM, UGC approved, Vol 10.Issue 07, July 2022
  15. Meghana Harish, Prasanna B T., “Dual Text Data Encryption and Decryption using Rindael and DNA Cryptography”, JETIR, UGC Approved, Vol 9,Issue 8, Aug 2022
  16. Shesha Sai Charan .R. and Manimala .S.  “BLOCKCHAIN BASED CARBON INVENTORY PLATFORM”, Journal of emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (JETIR), Vol 9, Issue 7,  ISSN-2349-5162, July 2022.
  17. S, Karthik Nagraj Nayak, Rishitha S Ramesh, Shriya Mittapalli, Vanshika “  Human Action Recognition in Videos”,  International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET), Vol 9, Issue 6, June 2022,  e-ISSN: 2395-0056
  18. Manimala S, Yellapu Prahasith, Fiza N Shaikh, Vivek R Navale, Dhanush Srinath, “ AI Based Question Answering System”, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET), Vol 9, Issue 6, June 2022, e-ISSN: 2395-0056
  19. Manjula S, Brunda R, Preethi K S, Sushmitha N Reddy, Khushi Aralikatte, “ B-Fit: A Fitness and Health Recommendation System in International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology, Volume: 09 Issue: 07 | July 2022.
  20. Manjula S, Nidhishree S “Advanced Stress Detection with deep learning techniques using UX Evaluation “ in Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research, JETIR, Volume 9, Issue: 8, August 2022.
  21. Shashikala M.,Pushpalatha M.P., Vijaya B,”Analysis of Blood Donor Deferral Reasons: Smoking and Alcohol in Donation Center, International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT) http://www.ijert.org ISSN: 2278-0181,IJERTV11IS050346,Vol. 11 Issue 05, May-2022
  22.  A.M. Chandrashekhar, Amrithesh, Vishal Rajkumar Naik, Vidyasagar M S, Adesha H “Placement Preparation Portal using REACT JS and Cloud Firebase”, International Journal of creative research taught (IJCRT), ISSN:2320-2882, Volume10, Issue 6, June 2022. (UGC Approved, IF 7.97).

International Journals: 2021

  1. Vedavathi, N., and KM Anil Kumar. “An efficient e-learning recommendation system for user preferences using hybrid optimization algorithm.” Soft Computing: 1-12, 2021.
  2. Mohammed Zuhaib, Mohammed Ajmal, Alok NA, Favad Pasha, Anil Kumar KM, “Emotion Detection from Text Using Semantic Approaches”, Journal of Data Mining and Knowledge Engineering,Volume 6 Issue 1, PP 46-58, 2021.
  3. Prasanna B T, et al,”Online Voting System Based on Blockchain”, International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering, Volume 9, Issue 2, February 2021.
  4. Prasanna B T, al,”Automatic Greenhouse System Using IoT Along with plant disease detection”,International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication Engineering, Vol 10, Issue 6, June 2021.
  5. Prasanna B T , al,” Blockchain based Land Registry and Land Transformation system using Ethereum”, Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research, Volume 8, Issue 7, July 2021.
  6. Prasanna B T, et al., “Secure Product Recommendation and Shopping System Using Data Mining and Blockchain”, Pramana research Journal, Vol11, Issue 6, June 2021.
  7. Roopesh R and Manimala.S, “Test Coverage Enhancement using Hybrid Modular Approach”, International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (www.jetir.org), ISSN:2349-5162, Vol.8, Issue 7, page no.c68-c73, July-2021.
  8. Preethi V and Manimala.S, “5G Registers UDM Product Performance Automation”, International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (www.jetir.org), ISSN:2349-5162, Vol.8, Issue 7, page no.d364-d367, July-2021.
  9. S, Suraj. R, Syed Hazim, Chitranjan Kumar, Ravi CV, “A survey of different methods used in Detecting deepfakes”, Pramana Research Journal, ISSN NO: 2249-2976, pp 25-35, Volume 11, Issue 6, 2021.
  10. Guru R, Tejashwini P, Dhanush A, Sneha M, Chandana N Murthy,” Campus Navigation System Based on Mobile Augmented Reality”, Paramana Research Journal, Volume 11, Issue 6, 2021.
  11. Donapati V S R, Dr. Manimala, Chitturi P Kalyan, Kusuma M, M Thameem, “A Comparative Study Of Speech Emotion Recognition Using Various Machine Learning Algorithms”, Pramana Research Journal, ISSN NO: 2249-2976, pp 36-42, Volume 11, Issue 6, 2021.
  12. Trisiladevi C. Nagavi and Chethana H. T., ”An approach to partial occlusion using deep metric learning”, International Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (IJ-ICT), Vol.10, No.3, December 2021, pp. 204~211, Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science (IAES) in collaboration with Intelektual Pustaka Media Utama (IPMU) and Universitas Ahmad Dahlan (UAD), ISSN: 2252-8776, DOI: 10.11591/ijict.v10i3.pp204-211 (Scopus Indexed)
  13. Trisiladevi C. Nagavi and Chethana H. T.,” A New Framework for Matching Forensic Composite Sketches with Digital Images”, International Journal of Digital Crime and Forensics (IJDCF), Volume 13, Issue 5, pp. 1-19, 2021(Scopus Indexed).
  14. Trisiladevi C. Nagavi, Manjari Ranjan, Anirudh D. Pai, Puneet Ahuja, Kavitha M. S., “Customer Relationship Management Using Machine Learning”, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET), Pages 943-949, Volume 08, Issue 07, July 2021.
  15. Mahesha, Anusha M S, Rishika, Shreeansh Gupta and ThurzdayMoirangthem, “E-Store: In line with Online Electronics Retail”, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET), Pages 195-201, Volume 08, Issue 07, July 2021.
  16. Vani Ashok, & Vinod, D. S., A Novel Fusion of Deep Learning and Android Application for Real-Time Mango Fruits Disease Detection. In Intelligent System Design (pp. 781-791). Springer, Singapore, 2021.
  17. Ramya, J., Vijaylakshmi, H. C., &Saifuddin, H. M., Segmentation of skin lesion images using discrete wavelet transform. Biomedical Signal Processing and Control, 69, 102839, 2021.
  18. Sangam Prasad, Shankar Desai, Sandeep Kumar, Adarsha M V & Guru R , “Traffic Signal Detection Using CNN”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication Engineering, Vol 10, Issue 6, June 2021.
  19. Supreeth Singh Thakur, Vani Ashok, Rahul R Kamath, Adithya R K, Ajay Bhati, “Customer segmentation in E-commerce”, International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (www.jetir.org), ISSN:2349-5162, Vol.8, Issue 7, page no.a908-a913, July-2021.
  20. Vani Ashok, Navneet Hosmane, Ganesh Mahagaonkar, Aditya Gudigar, Anvith P, “Diabetic Retinopathy Detection using Retinal Images and Deep Learning Model”, International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE), ISSN: 2278-3075 (Online), Volume-10 Issue-9, July 2021.
  21. Shiva Prakash S P & Varsha, V. (2021). A Review on Energy Optimization in Location-Based Services for 5G and IoT Networks. International Journal of Embedded and Real-Time Communication Systems (IJERTCS), 12(4), 18-35.
  22. Sheela N et.al , “Anomaly detection using surveillance videos “,IJARIIE ,Vol-7 Issue-3 June 2021 , ISSN(O)-2395-4396
  23. Sheela N et.al ,” Restoration of the video by removing rain streaks” , International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET), Volume 9, Issue 7, July 2022, E-ISSN: 2395-0056.   P-ISSN: 2395-0072
  24. Nandeesh H D, amulya K S, “Real-time Obstacle Detection and object Tracking using Machine Learning Techniques”, Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (JETIR), ISSN-2349-5162, Volume 6, Issue 5, July 2021.
  25. H. D, Ankita Ashok Baleri, Nanda Krishna K S, Nagarjun C S, Suraj P, “AI Error Resolver using CQA”, International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET) ISSN: 2321-9653; IC Value: 45.98; SJ Impact Factor: 7.429 Volume 9, Issue VI, June 2021.
  26. H D Nandeesh, Adishi Jha, Sahana B G,Jakeer Husain M and Rashmi D,” Employee Performance Monitoring using OpenCV and WMI”, Pramana Research Journal, ISSN NO: 2249-2976, Volume 11, Issue 6, June 2021.
  27. Nandeesh H D, Prasanna B T,” Comparative analysis of different machine learning techniques for obstacle detection in IoT networks”, International Journal of Scientific Research in Science, Engineering and Technology-ijsrset, ISSN : 2394-4099, Volume 1, Issue 6, July 2021.
  28. Swetha P M, Prasanna B T , “Sensing Driving Conditions to Estimate Vehicle Speed in Urban Environments”, IJSRSET, Vol 9,Issue 4,July 2021
  29. Paper ID: 14395, Title: Real Time Drowsiness Detection, Date: 01-06-2021 Authors Name: S Hemanth, Vijaya Krishna H C, Nithin Prasad A, Purushotham M Chavan, Prof. Divakara N
  30. Paper ID: 14446, Title: Virtual Clothing Try-on Using Generative Adversarial Networks, Date: 19-06-2021 Authors Name: Rahul Singh, Aman Bindal, Md Azad Khan, Rakshith MR, Prof. Divakara N
  31. Akshay N, Anup Heralagi, Namratha M J, Rahul V Shekar, Manjula SMedicine Authenticity using digital signature and  IoT in International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology, Volume: 08 Issue: 05 | May 2021.
  32. S Manjula, Hitha M V, Swastik K, Varun C U,Akash Anilkumar Rampur “ Cause Analysis of Accidents using Rule Mining Algorithm “ in Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research, Volume 8, Issue 6,| June 2021.
  33. S, Shreya C, Diabetic Prediction using Machine Learning TechniquesJournal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (JETIR), Volume 8, Issue 7,| July 2021.
  34. M P Pushpalatha,Shashikala B M ,.Bindu A, Shreya R S, Divyashree S, Triveni B, “Blood Donation Prediction and Identification of Risk Factors with NonDonors Using Machine Learning Approaches “,, Pramana Research JournalPage No: 1-7DOI:16.10089.PRJ.2021.V11I7.20.9401
  35. P. Pushpalatha Shashikala B M ,Harshini V, Shankar S P, Guruprasad Sajjan, Mythri T,” Comparative Study of Machine Learning Approaches for Blood Donor Classification” – Pramana Research Journal,Page No: 146-151DOI:16.10089.PRJ.2021.V11I6.20.9317
  36. Shashikala B.M.,Pushpalatha M.P., Vijaya B Machine Learning Clustering Method for Analysis of Blood Donor Deferral,. International Journal of Computer Applications, Volume 183 – Number 27 Year of Publication: 2021 ISBN : 973-93-80902-10-7 doi:10.5120/ijca2021921659
  37. A. M. Chandrashekhar, Akash Raj K R , Preetham Jain , Vinayaka Bhat , Nagarjun P R, “Image Captioning using Deep Learning for the Visually Impaired”, International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET), Volume 9 Issue 7, July 2021. (7.894).
  38. A.M. Chandrashekhar, Saket Kumar Bhaskar, Surya Kamal, Anshul Kumar, Naresh, “User Friendly Mobile Application for COVID Vaccine Distribution and Management”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication Engineering(IJARCCE), Vol. 10, Issue 6, JUNE- 2021. DOI 10.17148/IJARCCE.2021.10655 (IF 7.39).
  39.  A M Chandrashekhar, Monika M R, Sushma J “Securing Networks Using Raspberry Pi Based Firewall” International Journal for Technological Research in Engineering (IJTRE) Volume 8, Issue 10, June-2021. (IF 4.62).

International Journals: 2020

  1. Vedavathi N, Anil Kumar K.M., E-Learning Course Recommendation Using Hybrid Fusion with Matrix Factorization. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(12s), 507 – 511, 2020 (SCI Indexed)
  2. Shruthi, P., & K M, Anil. Kumar. (2020). Novel Approach for Generating Hybrid Features Set to Effectively Identify Hate Speech. Inteligencia Artificial, 23(66), 97-111.
  3. Likitha Pramod, Shripriya Bhat and Anil Kumar K. M: “Detection of Cyberbullying in Sarcasm Documents”, Journal of Data Mining and Knowledge Engg., vol. 5, issue 2, pp. 20- 29, 2020.
  4. Syed, L., Jabeen, S., Manimala, S., &Elsayed, H. A., Data science algorithms and techniques for smart healthcare using IoT and big data analytics. In Smart Techniques for a Smarter Planet (pp. 211-241). Springer, Cham, 2020.
  5. Chandra Shekhar A M, Monika M R, Sushama J Accident Detection And Alert – An Android App, International Journal for Technological Research in Engineering Volume 7, Issue 10, June 2020.
  6. Parashivamurthy B M et.al, “A prediction of different technologies for the development of unstructured Bigdata”, International Journal of Innovative technology and exploring engineering, ISSN:2278-3075, Vol 9, Issue 3, January 2020.
  7. Meghana A Rajeev, Komal R D, Manjula.S, “Real time driver monitoring system “International Journal for Technological Research in Engineering, Volume 7, Issue 12, August 2020.
  8. Anitha, Manimala S, “Analysis of Hospital Resources with Mortality Rate”, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET) Volume 7, Issue 8, August 2020.
  9. Varshika Gowda, Praful S Patel , S Anudeep , Dr.Manimala S “Revealing the hidden details of video using motion and colour magnification”, International Journal For Technological Research In Engineering Volume 7, Issue 12, ISSN: 2347 – 4718, August-2020.
  10. Sheela N, Chaitra C, Priya S, Spoorthy K P, INNOVATION TOWARDS COMMUTE SAFETY AND SAVE FOREST” in International Journal for Technological Research in Engineering Volume 7, Issue 12, ISSN (Online): 2347 – 4718, August-2020.
  11. Parashiva Murthy B M, Sumithra Devi K A, A Prediction of Different Technologies for the Development of Unstructured Big Data, International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE) ISSN: 2278-3075, Volume-9 Issue-3, January 2020
  12. Abhijay Kumar Singh, Swetha P M,Manish R Jain,BAkash, Cover Image Modification In Image Steganography Using Generative Adversarial Networks, International Journal For Technological Research In Engineering(IJTRE), ISSN(Online):2347-4718 Volume:7, Issue:12, August-2020.
  13. Trisiladevi C. Nagavi and Chethana H. T., Face Recognition for Criminal Analysis using Haar Classifier, i-manager’s Journal on Computer Science, Volume 8, Issue 1, Page 14-20, May 2020.
  14. Prema N S, Pushpalatha M P, Analysis of Association between Caesarean Delivery and Gestational Diabetes Mellitus Using Machine Learning, Proceedings of Engineering andtechnology innovation, Journal Volume -15, page: 08 – 15, April 2020.
  15. Vrushab H, Hariprasad M V, K V Sampritha Rao, Mr. Divakara N, Dept. of C S & E, JSS S & T U Mysuru, “WIRELESS DIGITAL NOTICE BOARD USING RASPBERRY PI”, International Journal for Technological Research in Engineering Volume 7, Issue 12, ISSN (Online): 2347-4718, August-2020.
  16. Shivashankara S and Srinath S, “Signer Independent Real-time Hand Gestures Recognition using Multi-Features Extraction and Various Classifiers”, International Journal of Information Technology, 07th May 2020.
  17. Vani H Y, Anusuya M A, “Improving speech recognition using bionic wavelet features”, AIMS Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Vol 4 Issue 2, 2020
  18. S Brunda, NimishL,Chiranthan S ,Arbaaz Khan, “Crop Price prediction using Random Forest and and Decision Tree Regression”, International Reasearch Journal of Engineering and Techology (IRJET), e-ISSN:2395-0056, p-ISSN:2395-0072, Volume:07 Issue:09, September 2020.
  19. Varuni R J, S Brunda, “A Studnt Advising System using Data Science Techniques” International Reasearch Journal of Engineering and Techology(IRJET),e-ISSN:2395-0056 , p-ISSN:2395-0072, Volume:07 Issue:09, September 2020.
  20. Pushpalatha M P and Pooja M R, “Cluster Analysis to Characterize the Patterns of Complementary and Alternative Medicines Usage in Asthma Controls.” The Open Public Health Journal 13, no. 1, 2020.
  21. Guru R, Nitish Bhat, Koushik J, Shreyas K, “Medical diagnosis using Verbal Description to Classify the Category of the Ailment”, International Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology”, Volume 8 Issue VIII, August 2020.
  22. Chandra Shekhar A M, AkshataD,Electronic health record for attribute-based encryption in QR Code on blockchain, International Journal of Innovative Research in Technology, Volume 7, Issue 4, September 2020.
  23. S, Amith Kumar, BebikanandaWaikhom, TriveniWahengbam, “Vehicle logging system with automatic number plate recognition” International Journal for Technological Research in Engineering, Volume 8, Issue 1, Sep 2020.
  24. Varuni R J, S Brunda, “A Student Advising System using Data Science Techniques” International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology, 2020.
  25. S Brunda, NimishL,Chiranthan S, Arbaaz Khan, “Crop Price prediction using Random Forest and Decision Tree Regression”, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology 2020.
  26. Akshatha M N, P M Shivamurthy (2020), Remote Medical Analytics and Alert System, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology(IRJET), e-ISSN: 2395-0056Volume: 07 Issue: 09 | Sep 2020.
  27. Meghana R and Trisiladevi C. Nagavi, “Stroke Disease Types Prediction Using Machine Learning Approaches “, International Journal of Scientific Research, Pages 1-2, Volume-9, Issue-10, September 2020.
  28. Hariprasanna M.A. and P Mahesha. Secure Authentication, Contract and Communication for IoT Environment using MQTT Protocol.  International Journal of Computer Applications 175(24):40-43, October 2020.
  29. H C Vijayalakshmi, Mirza Saifuddin, Mithun N Hegde, BRAIN HAEMORRHAGE SEGMENTATI WAVELET TRANSFORM, IRJCS, Volume 7, Issue 09, PP 257-261, September 2020.
  30. Pooja M R, Pushpalatha M P, Cluster Analysis to Characterize the Patterns of Complementary and Alternative Medicines Usage in Asthma Controls, The Open Public Health Journal, 2020.
  31. H. D, Aravinda. S. V, Apoorva Kumar. P, Sushanth. M,”Driver Safety System using Drowsiness and Emotion Detection Parameters”, International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET), ISSN: 2321-9653; IC Value: 45.98; SJ Impact Factor: 7.429 Volume 8 Issue VIII Aug 2020.
  32. Prasanna B T et.al, Quantum Cryptography-Breaking RSA encryption using quantum computing with SHOR’S algorithm,Vol 8,Issue 1, International  Journal  for Technological Research in Engineering, September 2020
  33. Prasanna B T et.al A Proposal of Blockchain based E-Voting system, Vol  8,Issue 1, International  Journal  for Technological Research in Engineering, September 2020
  34. Vrushab H, Hariprasad M V, K V Sampritha Rao, Mr. Divakara N, Dept. of C S & E, JSS S & T U Mysuru, “WIRELESS DIGITAL NOTICE BOARD USING RASPBERRY PI”, International Journal For Technological Research In Engineering Volume 7, Issue 12, August-2020 ISSN (Online): 2347-4718
  35. Manjula S, Amith Kumar, Bebikananda Waikhom, Triveni Wahengbam “ Vehicle logging system with automatic number plate recognition “ in International Journal for Technological Research in Engineering, Volume 8, Issue 1, Sep 2020.
  36. Manjula S,.Meghana A Rajeev, Komal R D, “ Real time driver monitoring system “ in International Journal for Technological Research in Engineering, Volume 7, Issue 12, August 2020.
  37. M P Pushpalatha, Divya R,Madhyan,Gaurav Gobind Singh,Sushil Kumar, Mamatha:AMaternity Self-Help Application, International Journal for Technological Research in Engineering(IJRTE),vloume7,Isuue 12,August-2020
  38. Hymavathi B U, M P Pushpalatha, Santosh Umesh Shet“Preventing Cross Border Infeltration using CNN",published in Defence Science Journal –DRDO,2020
  39. A M. Chandrashekhar, Naveen J., Chethana S., Charith S. (2020) Tackling Counterfeit Medicine Through an Automated System Integrated with QR Code. In: Hemanth J., Bestak R., Chen J.IZ. (eds) Intelligent Data Communication Technologies and Internet of Things. Lecture Notes on Data Engineering and Communications Technologies, vol 57. Springer, Singapore 2020. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-9509-7_2.
  40. A M Chandrashekhar, Monika M R, Sushma J, Navya Nagaraj “Accident Detection and Alert -An Android App”, International Journal for Technological Research In Engineering(IJTRE), Volume 7, Issue 10, June-2020. (IF 4.62)
  41. A M chandrashekhar, Akshatha D “Electronic Health Records, Data Sharing, QR Code, Attribute-Based Encryption, Blockchain”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Technology(IJIRT), SEPT-2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Page 246- 251. DOI Number: 10.6084/m9.figshare.12981836. (IF 7.376).

International Journals: 2019

  1. Prema, N. S., &Pushpalatha, M. P., Prediction of preterm birth using data mining-a survey. IIOAB Journal, 10(2), 13-17, 2019.
  2. NS, Prema, and Pushpalatha MP. “An Ensemble Model for the Prediction of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM).” Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development 10, no. 9, 2019.
  3. Pooja, M. R., &Pushpalatha, M. P., A predictive framework for the assessment of asthma control level. Int J EngAdvTechnol, 8, 239-45, 2019.
  4. Vijayalakshmi, H. C., & Dixit, B. S. A Survey On Information Retrieval Methods in Regional Languages, 2019.
  5. Anilkumar K M, “An Apriori Method for Topic Extraction from Text Files”, International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE) ISSN: 2277-3878, Volume-8 Issue-2,2019.
  6. Vani Ashok. Combining Discriminant Analysis and Neural Networks for Detection of Internal Defects in Mangoes using X-Ray Imaging Technique, 2019.
  7. Trisiladevi C. Nagavi, Nandini M S and Nagappa U. Bhajantri, “Recognition of Kannada Lip Movements through Wavelets”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 14, Number 13, pp. 3111-3118, 2019
  8. Mahesha and D.S.Vinod, “Characterization of Stuttering Dysfluencies using Distinctive Prosodic and Source Features”, In Advances in Ubiquitous Sensing Applications for Healthcare series, “Classification Techniques for Medical Image Analysis and Computer Aided Diagnosis” Volume Four, Pages 89-107, Elsevier Inc., 31st July 2019.
  9. Trisiladevi C. Nagavi, Nandini M S and Nagappa U. Bhajantri, “Lip Reading Through Fourier Based Facial Landmark “, International Journal of Scientific Research, Pages 44-48, Volume-8, Issue-8, August – 2019.
  10. Pooja M R, Pushpalatha M P, A comparative performance evaluation of hybrid and ensemble machine learning models for prediction of asthma morbidity, J Health Med Informat 10: 330, doi:10.4172/2157-7420.1000330, 2019.
  11. Pooja M R, Pushpalatha M P, A predictive framework for the assessment of asthma control level, International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology. 8. 239-245,2019
  12. Pooja M R, Pushpalatha M P, Machine learning approaches for risk stratification and predictive modeling of asthma, , Journal of Clinical Respiratory diseases and care 2019.
  13. Prema N S, Pushpalatha M Prediction of preterm birth using data mining- A survey, P, IOABJ Journal, 2019.
  14. Prema N S,Pushpalatha M P,Evaluation of Risk Factors of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus(GDM)Using Data Mining, International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology(IJEAT),ISSN:2249-8958,Volume-8Issue-6,page 695-698,Augustn 2019
  15. Prema N S,Pushpalatha M P An Ensemble Model for the prediction of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus(GDM), ,Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development,ISSN:0976-5506,Volme-10,Issue-9,page:44-48,septmber 2019.
  16. H C Vijaya Lakshmi, Bhavana S Dixit, A Survey On Information Retrieval Methods in Regional Languages, International Research Journal of Computer Science (IRJCS) ISSN: 2393-9842 Issue 07, Volume 6, July 2019.
  17. ArpithaSwamy and Srinath S. “Automated Kannada Text Summarization using Sentence features”. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, Volume-8 Issue-2, July 2019.
  18. Nischitha G, Mrs. Sheela N “Identification of Clone Attacks in Social Networking Sites” in International Reasearch Journal of Engineering and Technology(IRJET). Volume 6, Issue 7, July 2019.
  19. Sheela N et.al, “Image Based Plant Leaf Disease Recognition and Estimation System” in International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering. Volume-7, Issue-6, ISSN: 2347-2693 ,Jun 2019
  20. Vani Ashok, “Combining Discriminant Analysis and Neural Networks for Detection of Internal Defects in Mangoes using X-Ray Imaging Technique”, International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE), ISSN: 2278-3075, Volume-9, Issue-2S, pp 188-194, December 2019.
  21. Sachin S, Vani Ashok, “Smart Agriculture Assistant and Crop Price Prediction”, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET), Volume 6, Issue 8, Aug 2019, E-ISSN: 2395-0056, P-ISSN: 2395-0072.
  22. N,” Portable Automated Test System for Automotive Industry”, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology, 2019.
  23. Liyakathunisa Syed, SaimaJabeen, S Manimala, Abdullah Alsaeedi, “Smart healthcare framework for ambient assisted living using IoMT and big data analytics techniques”, Future Generation Computer Systems, Elsevier, Volume 101, Pages 136-151, December 2019.
  24. Shivamurthy, P.M., Nagabhushan, T.N., Prasad, B. and Basavaraj, V., 2019. A morphologically driven gradient and marker controlled distance regularised level sets for nuclear segmentation in histopathological images. International Journal of Signal and Imaging Systems Engineering, 11(5), pp.300-309, 2019.
  25. Shashikumar G A, Mr. Divakara N, “Portable Automated Test System for Automotive Industry”, International Research Journal Of Engineering And Technology (IRJET), E-ISSN: 2395-0056, P-ISSN: 2395-0072, VOLUME: 06 ISSUE: 07 | JULY 2019.

International Journals: 2018

  1. C. Vijaylakshmi, Manasamitra P, NLP for Information Retrieval using B Trees, , International Journal of Computer Applications (0975 – 8887) Volume 182, Issue 5, pp 12-19, July 2018. [2]
  2. C. Vijaylakshmi, Manasamitra P, A Review on Information Retrieval – Natural Language Processing Approach, International Journal of Computer Applications (0975 – 8887) Volume 180, Issue 40, pp 22-29, May 2018. [3]
  3. Pooja M R, Pushpalatha M P, “A Neural Network approach for risk assessment of Asthma disease”, Journal of Health Informatics and Management, Volume 2, Issue 1, June 2018
  4. Anil Kumar et al, “A Feature Selection Approaches for Textual Documents: An Empirical Study”, Journal of Image Processing and Artificial Intelligence, Volume 4 Issue 3 (e-ISSN: 2581-3803, 2018.
  5. R Guru, Dr.Siddaraju “An Improved Fault tolerant Clustering Mechanism for Multimedia transmission (IFCMM) of WSNs” IRACST – International Journal of Computer Networks and Wireless Communications (IJCNWC), ISSN: 2250-3501 Vol.8, No 1, Jan-Feb 2018.
  6. Anandababu J, DrSiddaraju, and R Guru “Energy Efficiency Mechanisms in Wireless Sensor Networks: A Survey”, International Journal of Computer Applications (0975– 8887) Volume 139 – No.14, April 2016. http://www.ijcaonline.org /archives/ volume139/number14/24674-2016908954.
  7. R Guru, Pushpalatha C “ CLOUD IN RETAIL”, International Journal For Technological Research In Engineering, Volume 6, Issue 1, September-2018 ISSN (Online):2347 – 4718
  8. A M Chandrasekhar, Shashikumar, “Cloud computing services and deployment models”, international journal for research in applied science and engineering technology (IJRASET), Volume 5, issue 6, June 2017.
  9. A M.Chandrashekar, Thejaswini.S, “Comparative analysis of Indoor Positioning System Using Bluetooth and Wi-Fi”,International Journal for Innovative Research in Science & Technology (IJIRST),Volume 4,Issue 1,June 2017.
  10.  A M Chandrasekhar, M.P Mahadevaprasad, “ Challenges on Network Virtualization”, International Journal of Current Trends in Engineering & Research (IJCTER), Volume 3 Issue 5, May 2017 pp. 240 – 246.
  11.  A M. chandrashekhar, MeghanaB.Ramesh, “Green computing: Recycling the E-Waste Using VDI Blaster Technique”, International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer science, engineering and information technology, (IJSRCSEIT), volume 2 , issue 3 , June 2017. (IF-4.032)
  12.  A M. Chandrashekhar, Pushpalatha C, “Evaluation of Fraud Detection Techniques”, International Journal For Science And Research In Technology (IJSART), Volume 3, Issue 6, June-2017. ( IF- 5.388)
  13. Sheela N, “Smart Water Monitoring System Using Cloud Service “ in International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science, Engineering and Information Technology © 2018 IJSRCSEIT | Volume 4 | Issue 6 | ISSN : 2456-3307
  14. P M Shivamurthy, T N Nagabhushan and VijayaBasavaraj. A Combined Expectation Maximization and Marker Controlled Watershed Driven Distance Regularized Level Sets for Nuclear Segmentation in Histopathological Images. International Journal of Computer Applications 180(34):1-8, April 2018
  15. Shivamurthy, P.M., Nagabhushan, T.N. and Basavaraj, V., 2018. A Curvature-Norm Based Centroid Initialized Distance Regularized Level Sets for Nuclear Segmentation in Histopathological Images. Biomedical and Pharmacology Journal, 11(3), pp.1335-1343.
  16. Shivamurthy, P.M., Nagabhushan, T.N. Bhanu Prasad and Basavaraj, V., 2018. A Morphologically driven gradient and marker controlled distance regularized level sets for Nuclear segmentation in histopathological images. Accepted in International Journal of Signal and Imaging Systems Engineering
  17. Shivashankara S and Srinath S, “An American Sign Language Recognition System using Bounding Box and Palm Features Extraction Techniques”, International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, ISSN 2277-3878, Vol 7, Issue 4S, Nov 2018.
  18. Liyakathunisa Syed, SaimaJabeen and S. Manimala, titled “Telemammography: A Novel Approach for Early Detection of Breast Cancer Through Wavelets Based Image Processing and Machine Learning Techniques” in Advances in Soft Computing and Machine Learning in Image Processing by Springer International Publishing, Studies in Computational Intelligence 730, Ag 2018.
  19. Liyakathunisa Syed, SaimaJabeen and S. Manimala titled “Data Science Algorithms and Techniques for Smart Healthcare using IoT and Big Data Analytics”, “Smart Techniques for a Smarter Planet: Towards Smarter Algorithms” which will be published in the “Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing”, 2018.
  20. P.Mahadeva Prasad, VaniAshok, “Multipath Distance Vector Routing using Intrusion Detection System in MANET”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Technology, Volume 5, Issue 2, July 2018, ISSN:2349-6002.

International Journals: 2017

  1. R Guru, Dr. Siddaraj “One hop forwarding technique using TPGF protocol for routing in WMSN” International Journal of Engineering Science Invention Research & Development; e-ISSN: 2349-6185 Vol. III, Issue XII, June 2017.
  2. R Guru, Dr. Siddaraj “Energy Aware TPGF protocol in Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks” International Journal of Computer Networks and Wireless Communications(IJCNWC), ISSN:2250-3501,Vol 7,No3,May-June-2017.
  3. R Guru, Dr.Siddaraju, and Anandababu “ One hop forwarding technique for QOS routing with an Improved Fault tolerant Clustering Mechanism for Multimedia Sensor Networks” International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security (IJCSIS), Vol. 15, No. 11, November 2017.
  4. Brunda S, Anjana D K, “Big Data Analytics In Supplier Chain Management-A Literature Review” International Journal of Research, Available at https://edupediapublications.org/journals , p-I SSN: 2348-6848, e-I SSN: 2348-795X, Volume 04 Issue 08, Jul y 2017.
  5. Chandrasekhar, Arjun G S, “Contemporary Authentication Techniques-An Appraisal”, International journal of Research (IJR), Volume 4,Issue 8,July-2017.
  6. M.Chandrashekar, ArpithaM.G.”Big data challenges and it’s tools” international Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication Engineering (IJARCCE), Vol 6, issue 6,June 2017
  7. A M.Chandrashekhar, Bhavana.S, “Extending Search based Software testing techniques to big data applications”, International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI), Volume IV, Issue VIS, June 2017.
  8. A Chandrasekhar, Chandana P, “Comparison of Data Mining Techniques used in Anomaly Based IDS”, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology
    (IRJET) Volume 4, Issue 6, June 2017.
  9. A M. Chandrashekhar, DeekshaSatish, “A comparative study of routing protocols based on OPNET”, International Journal For Technological Research In Engineering (IJTRE), Vol 4, Issue 10, June-2017.
  10. A M Chandrasekhar, ManasaMithra P, “Challenges in Agile Software Development”, International journal of Research (IJR), Volume 4,Issue 7,June-2017
  11. A M Chandrasekhar, Megha M.G, “Use of Supervised Learning Technique in student performance prediction”, International Journal of Scientific Research in science and
    Technology(IJSRST), Volume 3,Issue 4,June-2017.
  12. A M Chandrasekar, Sanjana K G ,” comparison of techniques used to provide data security in cloud” international journal for research and development in technology, volume 7, issue 6,June 2017
  13. A M Chandrasekhar, Shashikumar, “Cloud computing services and deployment models”, international journal for research in applied science and engineering technology (IJRASET), Volume 5, issue 6, June 2017
  14. A M.Chandrashekar, Thejaswini.S, “Comparative analysis of Indoor Positioning System Using Bluetooth and Wi-Fi”,International Journal for Innovative Research in Science & Technology (IJIRST),Volume 4,Issue 1,June 2017.
  15. A M Chandrasekhar, M.P Mahadevaprasad, “ Challenges on Network Virtualization”, International Journal of Current Trends in Engineering & Research (IJCTER), Volume 3 Issue 5, May 2017 pp. 240 – 246.
  16. A M. chandrashekhar, MeghanaB.Ramesh, “Green computing: Recycling the E-Waste Using VDI Blaster Technique”, International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer science, engineering and information technology, (IJSRCSEIT), volume 2 , issue 3 , June 2017. (IF-4.032)
  17. A M. Chandrashekhar, Pushpalatha C, “Evaluation of Fraud Detection Techniques”, International Journal For Science And Research In Technology (IJSART), Volume 3, Issue 6, June-2017. ( IF- 5.388)
  18. NagaveniBhavi, Sheela N “Authentication Manager with Rest Authentication Interface profile”, International Journal for Technological Research In Engineering, Volume 4, Issue I2, august 2017, ISSN:2347-4718.
  19. Nidhishree G, Manimala S “Design and Implementation of SNMP based Network Device Monitoring System” Published in International Journal of Trend in Research and Development (IJTRD), ISSN: 2394-9333, Volume-4 | Issue-3 , June 2017, URL: http://www.ijtrd.com/papers/IJTRD9632.pdf
  20. Trisiladevi C. Nagavi and Ramya J, “Analysis of Basic Architectures used for Lifecycle Management and Orchestration of Network Service in Network Function Virtualization Environment”, International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication (IJRITCC), Volume 5, Issue 7, PP: 704 – 708, July 17, Impact Factor 5.837.

International Conference : 2020

  1. Rashmi, Vani Ashok, “A Novel method for Cephalometric Landmark Regression using Convolutional Neural Networks and Local Binary Pattern” in the 5th IAPR International Conference on Computer Vision and Image Processing (CVIP 2020) from 4th to 6th December, 2020, organized by Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad, Prayagraj, U.P., India.

International Conference : 2019

  1. Vani Ashok, “A novel fusion of deep learning and android application for real-time mango fruits disease detection”, 6th International Conference on Information System Design and Intelligent Applications (INDIA-2019), Lendi Institute of Engineering & Technology, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, on 1-2 November 2019.
  2. Vani Ashok,“Combining Discriminant Analysis and Neural Networks for Detection of Internal Defects in Mangoes using X-Ray Imaging Technique”, 3rd International Conference on Data Engineering and Communication Systems (iCDECS), RNS Institute of Technology, Bangalore, 19-20 December 2019.

International Conference : 2018

  1. Manasamitra P, Avakash D, H C Vijaylakshmi “Product Release Content Management Systems” RADIO 2018. VMWare Inc. International Conference.
  2. Prema N S, Pushpalatha M P, “Machine learning approach for Preterm Birth prediction Based on Maternal Chronic Conditions at 3rd International conference on Emerging Research in Electronics, Computer science and– 2018(springer) , PESCE, MANDYA
  3. Shashikala B M, Puspalatha M P, Vijaya B, “Machine Learning Approaches for Potential Blood Donors Prediction” at 3rd International conference on Emerging Research in Electronics, Computer science and Technology,ICERECT– 2018(springer) , PESCE, MANDYA
  4. Bramesh S M, Anil Kumar K.M, “Empirical Study to Evaluate the Performance of Classification Algorithms on Public Datasets”, 3rd International Conference on Emerging research in Electronics, Computer Science & Technology, 23rd -24th August 2018. (Springer publication).
  5. Vani Ashok et al., “Comprehensive Home Automation using Internet of Things” at National Symposium on Instrumentation (NSI 41), conducted by JSSSTU and IISc at S.J.C.E, Mysore on 13-14 July 2018
  6. Sheela N et al.,1.     “Smart water monitoring system using cloud service” at National conference on Engineering innovations and solutions(NCEIS-2018)” organized by department of Information science and Engineering, GSSSIETW, Mysuru held on 7th may 2018

International Conference : 2017

  1. Manasamitra P, Avakash D, H C Vijaylakshmi “Product Release Content Management Systems” RADIO 2018. VMWare Inc. International Conference. National Design and Verification Conferenece and Exhibition – DVCon India 2017,
  2. Chitra K V and H C VijayLakshmi, Unified Functionl and Performance Frame Work – A Case Study of Cache : Using SystemC TLM Nonblocking Interfaces, National Design and Verification Conferenece and Exhibition – DVCon India 2017.
  3. Pooja M R, Pushpalatha M P, “Stock indices Forecasting using improved instance based learning (IIBL)” (ICCTCEEC-17), International Conference on International Conference on Current Trends in Computer, Electrical, Electronics and Communication (CTCEEC) , 8 – 9 Sept., 2017, VVCE, Mysuru, Proceedings to be published in IEEE Xplore.
  4. Pooja M R, Pushpalatha M P, “An empirical analysis of machine learning classifiers for clinical decision making in Asthma2017 ” (CCIP17), International Conference on Cognitive Computing and Information processing. 15 – 16 Dec., 2017, JSSATE, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India. Proceedings to be published in Springer CCIS series.
  5. Pooja M R, Pushpalatha M P, “A Predictive Model for the effective prognosis of Asthma using Asthma Severity indicators” , International Conference on Computer Communication and Informatics (ICCCI -2017), held at Coimbatore, INDIA from Jan. 05 – 07, 2017
  6. Prema N S, Pushpalatha M P , “Prediction of GDM using classification” , IEEE International Conference on science, technology, engineering and management(ICSTEM-2017), held at Coimbatore, INDIA from March 03 – 04, 2017.
  7. Shashikala B M, Puspalatha M P, Vijaya B, “Web Based Blood Donation Management System(BDMS) and Notifications” , International conference on Cognitive Computing and Information Processing, CCIP2017 (Springer).
  8. Manjula presented a paper entitled “Reliable and scalable technique with efficiency in Hybrid Network” in the 2017 IEEE International Conference on ISMAC-2017 held at SCAD Institute of Technology at Palladam, 641664, Tirupur District, Tamilnadu, India during 10th-11th Feb 2017.
  9. Ajay Haltor, Anil Kumar K.M, “Prediction of Visual Perception from BOLD fMRI”, 2nd International Conference on “Communication System, Computing and IT Applications 2017” (CSCITA 2017) on 7 – 8 April, 2017.
  10. S,C.N.Ravi Kumar, “A framework for Human Structure using an Apportioned image”,7th International conference on Advances in Science Engineering and Technology (7 ICASET 2017) be held on April 24th 2017 at Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, India.
  11. Trisiladevi C. Nagavi and Nagappa U. Bhajantri, “A New Approach to Query by Humming Based on Modulation Frequency Features”, Proc. of the IEEE International Conference on Wireless Communications, Signal Processing and Networking (WiSPNET) technically sponsored by IEEE, held at Sri SivasubramaniyaNadar College of Engineering, Chennai, India, from March 22 to 24, 2017. (Indexed by CNPIEC, DBLP, Elsevier – SCOPUS, IEEE)
  12. Mahesha and D. S. Vinod, “LP-Hillbert Transform Based MFCC for Effective Discrimination of Stuttering Dysfluencies”, Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Wireless Communications, Signal Processing and Networking (WiSPNET) technically sponsored by IEEE and IEEE ComSoc, Chennai, India, from March 22 to 24, 2017, IEEE Xplore Digital library. (Indexed by Elsevier – SCOPUS, IEEE)
  13. B. T. Prasanna: A research paper titled “ CRSA/ECC and B+ tree Based Searchable Encryption” presented in absentia in proceedings of first International Conference on Ideations and Innovations in Sustainable Science and Technologies (IISST 17), Jule 30- July 2, 2017 at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

 

Book Chapters : 2022

  1. S. Rashmi, Prashanth Murthy, Vani Ashok, S Srinath, “Cephalometric Skeletal Structure Classification Using Convolutional Neural Networks and Heatmap Regression”, Springer Nature, Singapore, SN COMPUT. SCI. 3, 336 (June 2022).
  2.   

Book Chapters : 2020

  1. Trisiladevi C. Nagavi, Nandini M S and Nagappa U. Bhajantri, “Poly Scale Space Technique for feature extraction in  Lip Reading: A New Strategy”, Springer Book Chapter of ICACIE November 2020, Progress in Advanced Computing and Intelligent Engineering. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 1199. pp. 56-64, Springer Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-6353-9_6, Print ISBN978-981-15-6352-2, Online ISBN 978-981-15-6353-9 (Scopus Indexed)
  2. Vani Ashok, Vinod D S, “A novel fusion of deep learning and android application for real-time mango fruits disease detection”, Intelligent System Design, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, Springer Series, Vol. 1171, Ch. 74, 2020.

Book Chapters : 2019

  1. Trisiladevi C. Nagavi, Nandini M S and Nagappa U. Bhajantri, “Routine Statistical Framework  to Speculate Kannada Lip reading”, Springer Book Chapter of ICCISIoT pp. 26-38, Communications in Computer and Information Science 1192, Springer Advances in Computational Intelligence, Security and Internet of Things, March 2020, DOI = 10.1007/978-981-15-3666-3_3, ISBN = 978-981-15-3665-6 (Indexed by Scopus)

Book Chapters : 2018

  1. Trisiladevi C. Nagavi, NithinPrabhu G. and Mahesha P., “Medical Image Lossy Compression with LSTM Networks”, In Histopathological Image Analysis in Medical Decision Making, 47-68, Hershey, PA: IGI Global, USA, Sept 2018.
SL. No Name of the Investigator Title of the project and duration Amount sanctioned in Rs. Lakhs Funding Agency
1. Dr. K.Chidananda Gowda Symbolic Clustering of Satellite data    for Forest Inventory 3 years 25.70

 

INDO-FRENCH
2. Dr. K.Chidananda Gowda Dimensionality Reduction and Colour Composite Imaging 14.00 DRDO, New Delhi
3. Dr. K.Chidananda Gowda Parallel Algorithms for Vision Applications 5.50 AICTE
4. Dr. K.Chidananda Gowda Plan scheme for R&D Proj-Speech analysis &   Synthesis 7.00 MHRD
5. Dr. K.Chidananda Gowda R&D-Proj-parallel Algorithm for vision   Applications 5.50 AICTE
6. Dr. Chitrasena Bhat Design & Development of Algorithms for topological computation of array based ASICs 8.94 Aero R&D Project
7. Dr C.N. Ravikumar Balanced travel assignment to multiple salesmen 8.60 AICTE
8. Dr.B.G.Sangameshwra Training Management Consultancy, World Bank Assisted, Government  of  Karnataka,

Rural Water Supply & Sanitation Agency

92.00 World Bank,

Through Govt. of   Karnataka

9. Dr.C.N.Ravikumar Real   Time Facial Recognition system 5.40 UGC
10. Dr.N.U.Bhajantri Decamuflaged  through pattern recognition & image processing techniques 4.70 AICTE
11. Dr.C.N.Ravikumar

Dr.Srinath S.

Optical Braille chaecter Recognition 7.00 VTU-VGST,

Govt. of Karnataka

12. Dr.B.S.Harish Clustring large text data 3.10 AICTE
13. Dr.Anil Kumar K.M Sentiment lexicon for effective mining of users opinion on products from web 3.50 AICTE
14. Dr. Anil Kumar K.M Research Opportunities and Challenges in Mining Web Contents 2.00 VTU-VGST,

Govt. of Karnataka

15. Dr. Anil Kumar K.M Smarter Planet-Sentiment analysis from Regional Web documents 2.50 IBM, India
16. Dr.Srinath S.

 

Algorithms for Robot Autonomy 8.16 GIAN, MHRD
17. Dr. Anil Kumar K.M Tools and Techniques in Big Data Computing for Diverse Applications 8.16 GIAN, MHRD
18. Dr. Anil Kumar K.M Advanced Course on Biomedical Signal Processing 8.16 GIAN, MHRD
19. Dr. Anil Kumar K.M Natural Language Processing and Text  Analytics 8.16 GIAN, MHRD

 

20. Dr. Anusuya M A Interactive Machine Translation 8.16 GIAN, MHRD

 

21. Dr.P M Shivamurthy

 

Radiomics, Pathomics and Deep Learning for Disease Diagnosis, Prognosis and Treatment Evaluation on Digital Pathology, CT and MR 5.44 GIAN, MHRD

 

Sl. No Title of the patent Published Application /Patent No. Name of Inventors Filed / Published / Granted/ (Year)
1 Smart energy consumption monitoring meter 362254-001 Prof. Anil Kumar K M Filed (2022)
2 A Novel Soft X-Ray Image Benchmark Dataset for Automatic, Non-destructive Internal Quality Detection of Mango Fruits 202141035062 Vani Ashok Published (2021)
3 A SYSTEM MONITORING FOR HARVESTING OF FARMING USING DRONE TECHNOLOGY 2020101843 Parashiva Murthy B M Published (2021)
4 System and Method of creating hand gesture Benchmark images data sets for recognizing and interpreting American sign language IP-4029-IN-18191305-PA-2019 Dr. Srinath S Granted (2020)