Department of Information Technology

Message from HoD

Lets think education as the means of developing our greatest abilities, because in each of us there is a private hope and dream which, fulfilled , can be translated into benefit for everyone and greater strength for our nation.

John F. Keneddy.

I keenly support the pivotal, proactive role an educational organization of repute play in today’s society.There is need of a robust and highly competent educational system which is marked with principles, values, morality, and strength of character.
With this perspective we at our department constantly strive to make the pursuit of excellence a way of life, a habit. Numerous activities, engagements by various societies in department that are run and managed by students such as Trinity: Cyber Forum, Tech Ethenics, Nivedha- Dramatic Club, Genesis helps to develop qualities like Inquisitiveness, Social Awareness and Self Effacement.

ACM-Student Chapter, a Professional society of International Repute provides a platform to the students for being a lifelong learner and provides a platform for thorough understanding of emerging trends and concepts by interacting with various distinguished speakers.
Various Industry Academia Programs run in association with Infosys Campus Connect, SOPRA, EMC2 , WIPRO and many other from nearby industries helps to bridge the gap of curriculum and industry requirements and make our students employable and confident to start own ventures. The placement figures of our department speak out the efforts taken in this direction.
I feel proud to share the success story of our students who converted their business ideas to product by bagging financial aid by various Govt run schemes , MSME grants.
My Team of well qualified and enthusiastic faculty plays a vital role in the fruition of these goals. We seek valuable cooperation of parents and our alumni in our journey of molding our young engineers as future leaders with strong belief “The power of Ignited Soul Is more Powerful than any Force on the Earth”

Dr.Pooja Tripathi
(Ph.D-BIT Mesra)
(Professor, Head-Department of Information Technology)

Vision
To provide ample opportunity to the young engineers for evolving their core competencies for building up their career as world class professionals with strong foundation, in-depth knowledge and versatile personality to meet the challenges of global economy.

Mission
  • To impart quality education to produce innovative and globally competent technocrats having sound knowledge in the ever changing field of computer science.
  • Providing suitable environment through state of art laboratories, industry tie-ups, project labs and workshops for perusing higher education and research.
  • Inculcate the values of leadership, integrity with sensitivity to societal issues.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
  • To develop computing professionals aiming at diverse range of careers as engineers, consultants, and entrepreneurs.
  • To enable students to progress through higher degree in, engineering, management, research and other professionally related fields.
  • To prepare students to Re-learn, innovate and excel in ever-changing global economic and technological environments.
  • To inculcate high ethical and technical standards preparing socially responsive individuals with highest human values.
Program Outcomes (POs)
  • Engineering Knowledge : Apply the knowledge of mathematics , science , engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • Problem Analysis : Identify , formulate , review literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics , natural science and engineering sciences .
  • Design / Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety and the cultural , societal and environmental considerations .
  • Conduct Investigations of Complex problems: Use research based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • Modern Tool Usage : Create , Select , and apply appropriate techniques , resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations .
  • The Engineer and Society : Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal , health , safety , legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice .
  • Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental context and demonstrate the knowledge of , and need for sustainable development .
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice .
  • Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings .
  • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with the society at large , such as , being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation , make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work , as a member and leader in a team , to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • Life Long Learning: Recognize the need for , and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life long learning in the broadcast of technological change .
Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
    1.Ability to apply the fundamentals of information technology and computing to identify, analyse and design innovative IT solutions for emergingt technological challenges using the domains of algorithms, discrete mathematics, multimedia, big data analytics, web technologies and networking towards efficient design of IT based systems of varying complexity.
    2.The ability to employ modern computer languages, latest environments, software computing tools, software engineering principles and open platforms to develop knowledage based information systems, enterprise and distributed solutions for multi domains technical, economic and social problems.
Programmes offered by the department
  • Name of the Programme - B .Tech. (IT).
  • Nature of Programme - Full Time.
  • Duration - 4 Years.
  • Current Intake - 120 seat.
  • Initial Intake - 60 Seats .
  • No. of Pass Out Batches - 12 .
Features
  • Infosys Campus Connect Program.
  • Sopra IPEC, Industry Academia Program.
  • EMC2 Academic Alliance.
  • E Yantra Robotics Lab in collaboration with IIT Bombay.
  • Blended Learning through NPTEL and Spoken Tutorials from IITs under NMEICT.
  • Microsoft Academy as Training Partner.
  • Personality Development Program by Career Launcher and FACE Academy.
Infrastructural Facilitiesclick here to see >>
  • Branded Core i3 personal computers equipped with the latest application software platforms.
  • A set of dedicated rack mounted servers deployed in a fully networked configuration based on the concept of server computing.
  • A 'Data Communication and Computer Networking' simulation lab.
  • 70 Mbps Fibre Optic link for 24 hour internet connectivity.
  • Apart from College Central Library, Department has well developed Departmental Library having approximately 153 Titles & 265 volumes with Audio & Video facilities.
  • Department has well equipped Class Rooms and Seminar hall for e-learning facility.
  • Department has full fledged Industry Interaction Cell and Incubator Centre which offer a unique opportunity of achievement, innovation and creative professional techno economic excellence
  • Department has various societies/clubs for the students and seminars on Contemporary topics are held regularly
Department Labsclick here to see >>
    ANALYSIS AND DESIGN LABclick here to see >>
      Lab Incharge: Mr. Puneet Kr. Shah

      Computing Analysis is a broad term that encompasses different aspects of practical usage of computer science and information technology for academic and research purposes. The Analysis and Design Lab provides an environment for students to develop their programming skills by applying concepts learnt in data structures, object –oriented programming, algorithm analysis etc. The lab is well-equipped with state of the art computers and software required for various courses like , functional programming lab, compiler design lab, analysis of algorithms lab etc.undertaken in the lab. The lab provides a platform for students to learn various programming languages like Java, C++, LISP etc. which will help them make a successful career as software engineers.

      Software Used:
      • Java Development Kit(JDK) : The latest version of Java for developing applications in the Java environment. It contains all the required tools for rich application development in the Java platform.
      • Turbo C++ Compiler: This compiler is used for making applications using C and C++ programming language. Though an old compiler it still is a perfect tool for enhancing programming and logical skills using C and C++.
      • CLISP: This is a compiler for the LISP programming language that facilitates easy program construction and execution using LISP.

      Hardware Used

      HP Computer with Core i3 , 2 GB RAM , 500 GB HDD with Printer.

      Objectives of the Lab
      • To develop logical programming skills
      • To implement and understand the various types of data structures and their practical usage in the field of computer science
      • To develop programs in various types of languages like symbolic programming , functional , object-oriented languages etc.
      • To understand the concepts of operating systems and how to develop applications under different platforms and computing environments.
      • To be able to develop and analyze algorithms for solving computing problems with respect to their time and space complexities.
      • To understand the concepts of system software like compilers and how they perform translation of a program.

      Courses Taught
      Odd Semester Even Semester
      Data Structure LabCompiler Design Lab
      Design and Analysis of Algorithms LabOperating System Lab
      Numerical Techniques LabFunctional Programming Lab

      Subjects with the list of practical conducted in the lab in Odd Semester:
      • DATA STRUCTURE USING C LAB - NCS-351
      • Program in C or C++ for following:
        • To implement addition and multiplication of two 2D arrays.
        • To transpose a 2D array.
        • To implement stack using array.
        • To implement queue using array.
        • To implement circular queue using array.
        • To implement stack using linked list.
        • To implement queue using linked list.
        • To implement circular queue using linked list.
        • To implement binary tree using linked list.
        • To implement binary search tree using linked list.
        • To implement tree traversals using linked list.
        • To implement BFS using linked list.
        • To implement DFS using linked list.
        • To implement Linear Search.
        • To implement Binary Search.
        • To implement Bubble Sorting.
        • To implement Selection Sorting.
        • To implement Insertion Sorting.
        • To implement Merge Sorting.
        Beyond Syllabus:
        • To implement Shannon-Fano algorithm.
        • To implement Red-Black Tree.
      • NUMERICAL TECHNIQUES LAB - NCS -353
      • Write Programs in ‘C’ Language:
        • To deduce error involved in polynomial equation.
        • To Find out the root of the Algebraic and Transcendental equations using Bisection, Regula-falsi , Newton Raphson and Iterative Methods. Also give the rate of convergence of roots in tabular form for each of these methods.
        • To implement Newton’s Forward and Backward Interpolation formula.
        • To implement Gauss Forward and Backward, Bessel’s, Sterling’s and Evertt’s Interpolation formula
        • To implement Newton’s Divided Difference and Langranges Interpolation formula.
        • To implement Numerical Differentiations.
        • To implement Numerical Integration using Trapezoidal, Simpson 1/3 and Simpson 3/8 rule.
        • To implement Least Square Method for curve fitting.
        • To draw frequency chart like histogram, frequency curve and pie-chart etc.
        • To estimate regression equation from sampled data and evaluate values of standard deviation, t-statistics, regression coefficient, for at least two independent variables.
      • DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF ALGORITHMS LAB- NCS -551
      • Program in C or C++ for following:
        • Program for Recursive Binary Search.
        • Program for Recursive Linear Search.
        • Program for Bubble Sort.
        • Program for Insertion Sort.
        • Program for Selection Sort.
        • Program for Merge Sort.
        • Program for Quick Sort.
        • Program for Heap Sort.
        • Program for Counting Sort.
        • Program for Shell Sort.
        • Program for activity selection using iteration.
        • Program for activity selection using recursion.
        Subjects with the list of practical conducted in the lab in Even Semester:

      • OPERATING SYSTEM LAB- NCS –451
        • Explore few DOS commands (MD, RD, copy con, dir, delete, Rename, attribute etc.)
        • Write a program that shows the FCFS CPU Scheduling.
        • Write a program that shows the SJF CPU Scheduling.
        • Write a program that shows the preemptive SJF CPU Scheduling.
        • Write a program that shows the Priority based CPU Scheduling.
        • Write a program that shows the preemptive Priority based CPU Scheduling.
        • Write a program that shows the round robin CPU Scheduling.
        • Write a program that shows the preemptive round robin CPU Scheduling.
        • Create a semaphore and use it to make synchronization between two processes.
        • Make a program to show the paging technique.
        • Beyond Syllabus:
        • Exploring the security of window operating system.
        • Exploring the android operating system
      • FUNCTIONAL AND LOGICAL PROG. LAB- NCS –455
      • Program in SML- NJ or CAML or C# for following:
        • To implement Linear Search.
        • To implement Binary Search.
        • To implement Bubble Sorting.
        • To implement Selection Sorting.
        • To implement Insertion Sorting.
        • Write Programs in LISP:
        • Write a function that compute the factorial of a number.
        • Write a LISP program that determines a no. is Armstrong number.
        • Write a function that perform a depth first traversal of binary tree.
        • Write a LISP program for water jug problem.
        • Write a LISP program that determines whether an integer is prime.
        • Beyond Syllabus: .
        • Define a recuisive LISP function to calculate factorial of a number.
        • Define a recursive LISP function which takes one argument as a list and returns last element of the list. (do not use last predicate)
      • COMPILER DESIGN LAB- NCS -653
        • Implementation of Lexical Analyzer for IF Statement.
        • Implementation of Lexical Analyzer for arithmetic expression.
        • Construction of NFA from Regular Expression.
        • Construction of DFA from NFA
        • Implementation of Shift Reduce Parsing Algorithm.
        • Implementation of Operator Precedence Parser.
        • Implementation of Recursive descent Parser.
        • Implementation of Code Optimization Techniques.
        • Implementation of Code Generator.
    APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT LABclick here to see >>
      Lab Incharge: Asso. Prof. Ragini Karwayun

      The term application development is often used to refer to the activity of computer programming, which is the process of writing and maintaining the source code, whereas the broader sense of the term includes all that is involved between the conception of the desired application through to the final manifestation of that application. Therefore, application development may include research, new development, modification, reuse, re-engineering, maintenance, or any other activities that result in the finished application. In current scenario most commonly developed applications are web and mobile. These are client–server software applications which the client (or user interface) runs in a web browser. Web applications are popular due to the ubiquity of web browsers, and the convenience of using a web browser as a client to update and maintain web applications without distributing and installing software on potentially thousands of client computers is a key reason for their popularity, as is the inherent support for cross-platform compatibility.

      A great deal of time and money has been and will continue to be spent in developing software. A better understanding of the factors that affect the development of software and their interrelationships is required in order to gain better insights into the underlying principles. The Application development lab has been established, to promote such understanding of the students undertaking the B.Tech course in IT. The Application Development lab is actively involved in research and development on all aspects of IT such as Data Management, Networking, Cryptography and security, various web technologies (HTML, XML, Advance Java etc) and Multimedia applications.

      Software Used:
      • Java Development Kit(JDK) Ver.8: The latest version of Java for developing applications in the Java environment. It contains all the required tools for rich application development in the Java platform.
      • .NET Visual Studio 2012: This is Microsoft’s application development platform for Windows desktop and Web-based development.
      • Turbo C++ Compiler: This compiler is used for making applications using C and C++ programming language. Though an old compiler it still is a perfect tool for enhancing programming and logical skills using C and C++.
      • CLISP: This is a compiler for the LISP programming language that facilitates easy program construction and execution using LISP.
      • MS PROJECT: Make project management easy and engaging for project managers by enabling them to analyze resources, budgets and timelines.
      • ORACLE: Oracle Database is an object-relational database management system produced and marketed by Oracle Corporation.

      Hardware Used

      HP Computer with Core i3 , 2 GB RAM , 500 GB HDD with Printer.

      Objectives of the Lab
      • To learn and use various web based technologies to develop applications in wide variety of domains.
      • To get the hands on experience on software engineering tools such as MS Project and Rational Rose for effective use in different phases of s/w development life cycle.
      • To learn various networking fundamentals and use Java in socket programming.
      • To know various techniques of symmetric and asymmetric cryptographic techniques, mathematical background, block ciphers and digital signature.
      • To learn various Multimedia tools such as Flash to develop animations and graphical packages.
      • To provide a strong formal foundation in database concepts, technology and practice to the participants to groom them into well-informed database application developers.

      Courses Taught
      Odd Semester Even Semester
      Web Technology LabSoftware Engg. Lab
      DBMS LabComputer Networks Lab
      Cryptography & N/W SecurityMultimedia and Animation Lab

      Subjects with the list of practical conducted in the lab in Odd Semester:
      • WEB TECHNOLOGY LAB - NCS 554
        • Write HTML/Java scripts to display your CV in navigator, your Institute website, Department Website and Tutorial website for specific subject.
        • Design HTML form for keeping student record and validate it using Java script.
        • Write an HTML program to design an entry form of student details and send it to store at database server like SQL, Oracle or MS Access.
        • Write programs using Java script for Web Page to display browsers information.
        • Write a Java Program to define a class, describe its constructor, overload the Constructors , define instance methods for setting and Retrieving values of instance variables and instantiate its object.
        • Write a Java Program to implement inheritance , interfaces and demonstrate use of method overriding.
        • Write a Java applet to display the Application Program screen i.e. calculator and other.
        • Writing program in XML for creation of DTD, which specifies set of rules.
        • Using ASP for server side programming, ASP for user name and password and to retrieve & match the value. It display success and failure messages. ASP for creating text file local drive, ASP for keeping the student record in database.
        • Program to illustrate JDBC connectivity. Program for maintaining database by sending queries. Design and implement a simple servlet book query with the help of JDBC & SQL. Create MS Access Database, Create on ODBC link, Compile & execute JAVA JDVC Socket.
        Beyond Syllabus:
        • Exploring the different compilers of python
        • Exploring the Ruby language
      • DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM LAB - NCS-552
        • Installation of latest version of Oracle.
        • To draw Entity-Relationship Diagram using case tools.
        • To write and run basic SQL SELECT statements.
        • To implement Restriction and Sorting of Data using SQL.
        • To Display data from multiple tables.
        • To use SQL for Aggregating data using group function.
        • To Manipulate data using SQL commands.
        • To Create and manage tables using SQL Commands.
        • To Create cursors using SQL in oracle.
        • To Create and implement procedure and functions in oracle.
        • To Create and implement packages and triggers in oracle.
        • To analyze a case study.
        • Design ER diagram of the given case study.
        • Normalize the ER model of the database and create database
      • CRYPTOGRAPHY & NETWORK SECURITY LAB - EIT-751
        • WAP to implement Ceaser Cipher.
        • WAP to implement Modified Ceaser Cipher.
        • WAP to implement Playfair cipher.
        • WAP to implement Hill Cipher.
        • WAP to implement Vigenere cipher.
        • WAP to implement Transpostion Cipher.
        • WAP to implement Feistal Cipher.
        • WAP to implement RSA Algoritm.
        • WAP to implement Euclidean Algoritm.
        • WAP to implement Hash Function.
        • Beyond Syllabus:
        • WAP to implement DES Cipher
        • WAP to implement Extended Euclidean Algoritm.
        • WAP to Finding the Multiplicative Inverse.
        Subjects with the list of practical conducted in the lab in Even Semester:
      • MULTIMEDIA AND ANIMATION LAB - NIT -451
        • Procedure to create an animation to represent the growing moon.
        • Procedure to create an animation to indicate a ball bouncing on steps.
        • Procedure to simulate movement of a cloud.
        • Procedure to draw the fan blades and to give proper animation.
        • Procedure to display the background given (filename: tulip.jpg) through your name.
        • Procedure to display the background given (filename: garden.jpg) through your name using mask.
        • Procedure to create an animation with the following features.
        • WELCOME (Letters should appear one by one .The fill color of the text should change to a different colour after the display of the full word.)
        • Procedure to simulate a ball hitting another ball.
        • Procedure to design a visiting card containing at least one graphic and text information.
        • Procedure to take a photographic image. Give a title for the image. Put the border. Write your names. Write the name of institution and place.
        • Procedure to prepare a cover page for the book in your subject area. Plan your own design.
        • Procedure to extract the flower only from given photographic image and organize it on a background. Selecting your own background for organization.
        • Procedure to change a circle into a square using flash.
        • Procedure to display the background given (FILENAME: GARDEN.JPG) through your name using mask.
        • Beyond Syllabus:
        • Procedure to draw cricket pitch and give proper animation using Pivot animator
        • Procedure to show animation for moving engine using pivot Animator
        • Procedure to create 3D logo of IPEC using Blender
      • COMPUTER NETWORKS LAB - NIT –651
        • To find address of local host.
        • To find address of remote host.
        • Implementation of Echo Server and Client using TCP Sockets.
        • Implementation of Echo Server and Client using UDP Sockets.
        • Implementation of Date & Time Server and Client using TCP Sockets.
        • Implementation of DNS Server and Client using UDP Sockets.
        • Send and Receive Message between Client and Server using TCP.
        • Send and Receive Message between Client and Server using UDP.
        • Implement RPC.
        • Simulate Sliding window protocol.
        • Beyond Syllabus:
        • Procedure to draw cricket pitch and give proper animation using Pivot animator
        • Procedure to show animation for moving engine using pivot Animator
        • Procedure to create 3D logo of IPEC using Blender
      • SOFTWARE ENGINEERING LAB - NCS -652
      • For any given case/ problem statement do the following:
        • Prepare a SRS document in line with the IEEE recommended standards.
        • Draw the use case diagram and specify the role of each of the actors. Also state the precondition, post condition and function of each use case.
        • Draw the activity diagram.
        • Identify the classes. Classify them as weak and strong classes and draw the class diagram.
        • Draw the sequence diagram for any two scenarios.
        • Draw the collaboration diagram.
        • Draw the state chart diagram.
        • Draw the component diagram.
        • Perform forward engineering in java.(Model to code conversion) .
        • Perform reverse engineering in java.(Code to Model conversion) .
        • Draw the deployment diagram.
        • Beyond Syllabus:
        • Planning & scheduling of project using MS Project.
        • Analysis of critical path using MS Project.
    BIG DATA Labclick here to see >>

      Today is the era of Big Data. The need to analyze vast amounts of data, being generated in different fields ranging from medicine to financial markets and from transportation to environmental modeling, is emerging as the next big challenge and opportunity. The primary objective of the Big Data Initiative is to help build a strong academic and research ecosystem that allows India to address this challenge and take a leadership position in this critical area.
      In order to create awareness about developments in the emerging field of Big Data -- including for example new algorithms and systems design for Big Data and new concepts in machine learning related to Big Data -- and to bring together the broader community so as to leverage existing strengths, initiative to set a lab on various aspects of Big Data, open to both academia and industry, as a platform for open exchange of ideas.

      Software Used:
      • Cloudera’s CDH: The Apache Hadoop software library is a framework that allows for the distributed processing of large data sets across clusters of computers using simple programming models. It is designed to scale up from single servers to thousands of machines, each offering local computation and storage.Cloudera's open source platform, CDH is the most popular distribution of Hadoop and related projects in the world.

      Hardware Used

      Processor: Intel Xeon-3.07GHz Quad –Core, Hard Drive: 600 GB, RAM: 8 GB

      Cloud Computing: 'Cloud' is a network of computing devices which work together to provide services. Cloud computing projects are most valuable section for academic students. In last few years students want to do their projects in cloud computing. Resource and data sharing is the important benefit for cloud concepts, its very impress by the student community. All students can reach the equal knowledge. Same kind of the software, OS, application, tools, projects can be shared between the students. So academic students show the more interest to choose the cloud computing projects. Cloud computing is classified as: Infrastructure as a service (IaaS), Platform as a service (PaaS), and Software as a service (SaaS).

      Hardware Used

      Management Node: Quad Core Processor 4 GB RAM, 500 GB HDD, Virtualization host: Quad or hex Core processor 16 GB RAM, 600 GB HDD,Network legend: Gigabit Ethernet

      Software Used:
      • Open Stack:It is a open source software platform for cloud computing, mostly deployed as an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS). The software platform consists of interrelated components that control hardware pools of processing, storage, and networking resources throughout a data center.
      • VMware:Vmware is industry-leading platform supports all levels of virtualization, from desktop and server virtualization to a full-fledged Software-Defined Data Center.
      • Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM): KVM is a open source virtualization architecture for Linux. KVM has become the way to go due to Linux-friendly, feature-rich and resource-efficient virtualization.
      • Other Platforms: The Project Lab is dedicated to promoting the success of student as well as faculty of college. Our mission is to actively support excellence in teaching and learning and successful research and creative endeavors. The lab will provide required platform for students as well as faculty of college.
      • MATLAB is a high-performance language for technical computing. It integrates computation, visualization, and programming environment. Furthermore, MATLAB is a modern programming language environment: it has sophisticated data structures, contains built-in editing and debugging tools, and supports object oriented programming. MATLAB is an excellent tool for teaching and research.
      • GitHub is a code hosting platform for version control and collaboration. It lets to work together on projects from anywhere. It provides a Web-based graphical interface and desktop as well as mobile integration. It also provides access control and several collaboration features such as bug tracking, feature requests, task management, and wikis for every project.
      • ASP.NET is a development framework for building web pages and web sites with HTML,CSS, JavaScript and server scripting.ASP.NET supports three different development models: Web Pages, MVC (Model View Controller), and Web Forms.

      Hardware Used

      Processor: Any Intel or AMD x 86-64processor, RAM: 2GB, with Simulink 4GB, Hardware accelerated graphics card supporting OpenGL 3.3 with 1GB GPU memory, OS: Windows 8

      Objectives of the Lab
      • 'E-Yantra' platform can be used to harness the intellectual talent of young students to create utility based robotic applications for usage across variety of applications such as: agriculture, manufacturing, defence, home, city maintenance and services industries.
      • The overall mission is to grow a rich eco-system of ideas and applications that can propel growth of robotics in daily living built upon an existing pool of knowledge developed by students working on such projects at engineering colleges in the area of embedded systems.
      • Parallel/distributed environment using open source Hadoop framework to develop projects on big data analytics.
      • A platform for developing and managing Cloud computing applications from market oriented perspective Ex. Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), Linux instances running in virtual machines (VMs) etc.
      • MATLAB Desktop environment, allows working interactively with data, helps to keep track of files and variables, and simplifies common programming/debugging tasks.
      • MATLAB can be used as simulation, statistics, or data analysis, computer vision and image processing tool.
      • Git Hub can be used to build software in the way that works best for the students.

    COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE LABclick here to see >>
      Lab Incharge: Asst. Prof. Archana Bhalla

      The objective of Computational Intelligence Lab is to make students familiar with basic principles of various computational methods of advance data processing and problem solving techniques mainly bottom-up approaches to solutions of problems based on various heuristics rather than traditional approaches based on logic. Computational Intelligence involves nature-inspired methods such as neural nets, evolutionary algorithms, fuzzy systems, as well as various probabilistic methods under uncertainty e.g. Bayesian models and machine learning methods. After the course the students will be able to conceptually understand the important terms and algorithms of CI, such that they would be able to choose appropriate method(s) for a given task.

      Hardware Used

      30 Computers: Intel i3 Processor @3.1Ghz, 2GB RAM, 500 GB HDD Printer: HP Lazer Jet 1020 plus

      Software Used:
      • LISP
      • PROLOG
      • C, C++
      • Turbo C++ Compiler:This compiler is used for making applications using C and C++ programming language.
      • CLISP: This is a compiler for the LISP programming language that facilitates easy program construction and execution using LISP.

      Hardware Used

      HP Computer with Core i3 , 2 GB RAM , 500 GB HDD with Printer.

      Objectives of the Lab
      • To develop logical programming skills.
      • To develop programs in various types of languages like symbolic programming, functional, object-oriented languages etc.
      • To learn various networking fundamentals and use Java in socket programming.
      • To know various techniques of symmetric and asymmetric cryptographic techniques, mathematical background, block ciphers and digital signature.
      • To be able to develop and analyze algorithms for solving computing problems with respect to their time and space complexities

      Courses Taught
      Odd Semester Even Semester
      Artificial Intelligence LabBIG DATA
      Principles of Programming LabCLOUD
      Advanced Programming LabDistributed Systems Lab

      Subjects with the list of practical conducted in the lab in Odd Semester:
      • ADVANCE PROGRAMMING LAB -NCS-355
        • To implement Functions and Pointers in C.
        • To create and manage Files using programs in C.
        • To implement Classes and Objects using C++.
        • To learn Operator Overloading using programs in C++.
        • To implement Inheritance, Polymorphism and its types using C++.
        • To implement Arrays and Pointers using C.
        • To use Dynamic memory allocation in C.
        • To create Templates and Exceptions in C++.
        • To write and run programs for Sequential and Random access files.
        Beyond Syllabus:
        • To create a file – splitting utility using C++
        • To explore programming in modern languages like Java, C#.
      • PRINCIPLES OF PROGRAMMING LAB –NCS 553
        • Define a LISP function to compute sum of squares.
        • Define a LISP function to compute difference of squares.
        • Define a Recursive LISP function to solve Ackermann’s Function.
        • Define a Recursive LISP function to compute factorial of a given number.
        • Define a Recursive LISP function which takes one argument as a list and returns last element of the list. (do not use last predicate) .
        • Define a Recursive LISP function which takes one argument as a list and returns a list except last element of the list. (do not use but last predicate) .
        • Define a Recursive LISP function which takes one argument as a list and returns reverse of the list. (do not use reverse predicate).
        • Define a Recursive LISP function which takes two arguments first, an atom, second, list, returns a list after removing first occurrence of that atom within the list.
      • ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE LAB –EIT 752
        • 1.Study of LISP and PROLOG.
        • 2.Write an agent in PROLOG to solve 8-puzzle problem using DFS.
        • Write a program in LISP to solve Water Jug Problem.
        • 4.Write an agent in PROLOG to solve 8-puzzle problem using A* algorithm.
        • Write a program in LISP to convert centigrate temperature to fahrenhiet
        • Write a program for BEST FIRST SEARCH.
        • Write PROLOG expression which represents the semantic net for given expression.
        • Write PROLOG program to solve Monkey Banana Problem.
        • Write a program in PROLOG to solve Heuristic Research Techniques.
        Beyond Syllabus:
        • To study Planner - a hybrid between procedural and logical languages.
        • To explore Python language which is widely used for Artificial Intelligence.

        Subjects with the list of practical conducted in the lab in Even Semester:
      • DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS LAB – EIT 851
        • Write a program in C language to stimulate the functioning of Lamport's logical clock.
        • Write a program in C to stimulate the Distributed Mutual Exclusion .
        • Implement 'RPC mechanism' for a file transfer across a network in Java.
        • Write a Java code to implement 'Java RMI' mechanism for accessing remote methods.
        • Write a java code to find IP address of local and remote host.
        • Write a program to implement a Distributed chat server using TCP
        • Write a distributed application using EJB.
        • To write a program for multi-threaded Client/Server processes.
        • To study implementation of Election Algorithm.
        • Beyond Syllabus:
        • Use .NET Framework to deploy a distributed application.
        • Write a program using CORBA to demonstrate object brokering.
    PROJECT LABclick here to see >>
      Lab Incharge: Asst. Prof. Bindu Rani

      The objective of the project is to advance employment and self-employment potential of graduates. It is a way of increasing the student’s maturity and preparing him/her for their future career. The transformation of theoretical knowledge makes students to apply their engineering concepts, synthesis and various technical methods which they have learnt in their long run of studies. Thus, a project enables students to use their technical knowledge and project management tools to implement projects .Hence, project works provide interdisciplinary hands-on experience through the designing, development and implementation of academic projects. This can be achieved by developing a co-creative and supportive and interdisciplinary environment.
      The Project Lab is a state-of-the-art facility with interdisciplinary environment that is set up for developing projects using latest Hardware and Software tools both. The lab environment will encourage and foster student’s entrepreneurial intent and at the same time support open innovation approach.

      Areas of Project Work and Research
      • Industrial Automation and Robotics.
      • Big Data.
      • Cloud Computing.
      • Other supportive Platform for Smart projects (MATLAB, C# etc.).

      Industrial Automation and Robotics

      We have e-Yantra lab that provide a platform for students to explore interdisciplinary skills and to increase enthusiasm for Robotics. e-Yantra – a project in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, IIT Bombay under the project of MHRD through the National Mission on Education through ICT (NMEICT) to spread embedded systems and Robotics education in colleges across India.

      Hardware Used

    • Programmable Robotics Kits – Wheeled Mobile Robots Ex. Firebird V , Spark V.
    • 8051 architecture based Micricontroller.
    • Different type of motors, encoders(shaft encoder) and connectors.
    • Different type of Cutting Tools, Rounding Tools.
    • Some useful Sensors including Touch ,Vision, Pressure, and Infrared.
    • Indicators:2x16 character LCD,LED,Buzzer.
    • Software Used
    • Aurdino: It is Open source software makes easy to write code and upload on board. This platform can be used to create standalone projects or those that communicate with other programs running on a computer. The platform is based on a microcontroller board and an environment for coding software for the board. The environment is written in Java and based on processing and other open source software.
SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS/CONFERENCES/FDP ATTENED/ORGANIZEDclick here to see >>
    Seminar/Workshops/Conferences/FDP – Organizedclick here to see >>
      Session 2016-17click here to see >>
        S. No.Seminar/Conferences/Workshop/Other Activities Date of event
        1Preparatory classes for GATE and Campus Placement at IPEC for Final year studentsFrom 5/7/16
        2Orientation program for 2nd and 3rd year students27-07-2016
        3Spoken tutorial Workshop on different subjects like Database Design and Development, Object Oriented Programming, Basic Computer programming, Basic Web based application development, Mobile Application Development, Data Analytics using R, Computer Network and security and Sci Lab by IT department Faculties. 7/7/16 to 23/7/16
        4"Infosys Campus Connect program for session 2016-17 for CSE and IT prefinal year students for
        1. Introduction to Programming
        2. Database Management"
        One semester started from 25th July 2016
        5Orientation by CDC for online Assessment Bridge Intellia 12-08-2016
        6FDP on Cyber/Network Security and Ethical Hacking at IPEC11/08/16 to 13/08/16
        7Awareness workshop on Information Security at IPEC CDAC Noida05-08-2016
        8A national Level Workshop on Internet of Things11/08/16 to 12/08/16
        9A guest Lecture on Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Computing by Mr. Pushkar Tripathi Alumni 2012 batch 12-08-2016
        10An Assessment Test of Basic C Programming for IT 2nd year students conducted by IT Department Faculties.26-10-2016
        11An Assessment Test of Python for IT 3rd year students conducted by IT Department Faculties.04-11-2016
      Session 2015-16click here to see >>
        S. No.Seminar/Conferences/Workshop/Other Activities Date of event
        1One Day workshop on Robotic at IPEC08-03-2016
        2Workshop on Website Development by Tech ethnics at IPEC.8/3/16 to 12/3/16
        3Two days workshop on Mobile App Development at IPEC8/4/16 to 9/4/16
        4NBA Talk by KEC Director at IPEC08-04-2016
        5Workshop on Robotics Conducted by KUKA Robotica and TIFAC, Ghazaibad 11-04-2016
        6Two days workshop at IPEC on Mobile App. Development at IPEC 8/4/16 to 9/4/16
        7Two Day workshop on Microsoft Project for Civil Students on Project Management 10/04/16 & 18/04/16
        8Workshop on Hadoop Technology and Big Data on 19th April 2016 from IBM , New Delhi at IPEC19-04-2016
        9Indo-Mouritious Relationship Talk at IPEC 26-04-2016
        10Orientation of Pre final year by CDC at IPEC18-05-2016
        11FDP on Sci Lab by Mr. Puspendra Shing, Mr. Amit Sharma at IPEC 03-06-2016
        12Summer workshop on Cloud Computing Microsoft Azure and Asp.Net, HTML including Global Certification from Microsoft9/06/16 to 20/7/16
        13Virtual Webinar on IUCEE Benefits and IIEECP at IPEC16-06-2016
        14Virtual presentation for Faculty Excellence for context Guru & Distinguished Facilitator 21/06/16 and 23/06/16
    Seminar/Workshops/Conferences/FDP – Attendedclick here to see >>
      Session 2016-17click here to see >>
        S. No. Name of the Faculty FDP/Workshop/QIP Attended
        1Dr. PoojaTripathi"Virtual FDP on Explore Modern Data Center from EMC2 on July 2016
        Attended awareness Program on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) on 26th Aug 2016.
        Attended TechnoRion MeshFlare Workshop in association with Techfest IIT Bombay on 24/9/16 and 25/9/16 at IPEC.
        Attended Guest talk by Mr Nishit Bansal from Sansung on 15/9/16 at IPEC.
        2Ms. Monika SaingerOne day Workshop on Software Testing on 12/9/16 at IPEC
        3Ms. Ragini KarwayunWorkshop on Networking , APTRON Noida, 2016
        4Ms. Preeti SharmaWorkshop on HADOOP, APTRON Noida, 2016
        5Mr. Dinesh YadavAttended awareness Program on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) on 26th Aug 2016
        6Ms. Bindu Rani"Workshop on Networking , APTRON Noida, 2016.M
        Participated as organizer India Skill Week Regional Level Selection -Mobile Robotic competition 9th July 2016.
        Attended awareness Program on Intellectual Property Rights(IPR) on 26th Aug 2016.
        One day Workshop on Software Testing on 12/9/16 at IPEC.
        Attended TechnoRion MeshFlare Workshop in association with Techfest IIT Bombay on 24/9/16 and 25/9/16 at IPEC.
        7Mr. Sundeep Raj"Workshop on Networking , APTRON Noida, 2016.
        FDP on Networking Simulation using NetSim Software with DELLSOFT Tecnology Pvt.Ltd.
        Attended Guest talk by Mr Nishit Bansal from Sansung on 15/9/16 at IPEC.
        8Mr. Pushpendra SinghWorkshop on SCI Lab Programming, NITTR, Chandigarh, 2016
        9Mr. Krishan KumarWorkshop on Networking , APTRON Noida, 2016
        10Ms. Nidhi Gupta"Attended awareness Program on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) on 26th Aug 2016. Attended Guest talk by Mr Nishit Bansal from Samsung on 15/9/16 at IPEC.
        11Mr. Amit SharmaWorkshop on SCI Lab Programming, NITTR, Chandigarh, 2016
        12Ms. Lopamudra MohantyAttended QIP Short Term Course on Parallel Programming for HPC, IIT Delhi, 2016
      Session 2015-16click here to see >>
        S. No. Name of the Faculty FDP/Workshop/QIP Attended
        1Dr. PoojaTripathi"Indo- Mauritius Relationship Talk, IPEC, Ghaziabad, 2016
        Attended Annual Felicitation ceremony for Inspiring Faculty Excellence Awards Infosys Chandigarh on 29th June 2016.
        2Ms. Monika SaingerAttended workshop on Virtual Labs, IPEC Ghaziabd, 2016
        3Ms. Ragini KarwayunAttended workshop on Virtual Labs, IPEC Ghaziabad, 2016.
        4Ms. Preeti SharmaWorkshop on Hadoop Technology and Big Data , IPEC Ghaziabad, 2016
        5Mr. Dinesh Yadav"Workshop on Robotics, IPEC Ghaziabad, 2016
        Indo- Mauritius Relationship Talk, IPEC, Ghaziabad, 2016.
        6Ms. Bindu RaniAttended workshop on Virtual Labs, IPEC Ghaziabad, 2016
        7Ms. Archana Bhalla"Attended workshop on Virtual Labs, IPEC Ghaziabad, 2016
        Workshop on Website Development, IPEC Ghaziabad, 2016.
        8Mr. Sundeep RajIndo- Mauritius Relationship Talk, IPEC, Ghaziabad, 2016
        9Mr. Pushpendra SinghIndo- Mauritius Relationship Talk, IPEC, Ghaziabad, 2016
        10Mr. Krishan KumarIndo- Mauritius Relationship Talk, IPEC, Ghaziabad, 2016
        11Ms. Nidhi GuptaAttended workshop on Virtual Labs, IPEC Ghaziabad, 2016.
        12Mr. Amit SharmaWorkshop on Mobile App Development from 8th to 9th April 2016 at IPEC Ghaziabad.
        13Ms. Abhilasha VarshneyAttended workshop on Virtual Labs, IPEC Ghaziabad, 2016.
        14Ms. Sonia LambaAttended workshop on Virtual Labs, IPEC Ghaziabad, 2016.
        15Ms. Lopamudra MohantyAttended workshop on Virtual Labs, IPEC Ghaziabad, 2016.
      Session 2015-16click here to see >>
        S. No. Name of the Faculty FDP/Workshop/QIP Attended
        1.Mr. Pushpendra SinghAttended a short term course at NITTR, Chandigarh on Image Processing using SCI Lab from 27 to 31st October, 2014
        2.Mr. Krishan KumarAttended a workshop on Cloud Computing and Big Data conducted in collaboration with Infosys Ltd. At Amity University, Noida from 7th to 9th Oct, 2014.
        3.Mr. Amit Kr. DwivediAttended FEP at Infosys , Chandigarh from 15 to 19th Sept, 2014.
Industrial Alliancesclick here to see >>
    Infosys Campus Connectclick here to see >>

      Launched by Infosys in May 2004, CC is a unique academia-industry initiative to “architect the education experience”.

      The goal is to build a sustainable partnership with engineering education institutions in India and abroad for mutual benefit; producing “industry ready” recruits.

      Main objective in launching the CC programme is to enhance the quality and quantity of the IT talent-pool; sustain the growth of the IT industry itself. Instead of focussing on increasing the number of engineering colleges, or the number of graduates the intention is to focus on increasing  the employability of students.

      As per predictions, by the year 2040, Asia, especially the Indian subcontinent will have the maximum number of working professionals in the world! Doesn’t this throw up huge possibilities? Clearly we have a plethora of opportunities staring us in the face. The future looks bright and promising…all we need to do is work towards it. 

      Currently Infosys has more than 300 engineering colleges under their wing, and the numbers are growing steadily.

      IPEC is an integral part of this programme since 2006. Since then hundreds of students have benefited from this program and were placed in good companies like Infosys, HCL, IBM, TCS etc. Faculties from the institute have participated in various FDP and technical events at Infosys and won accolades.

      • Mr. Krishan Kumar,  and Mr. Amit Kaushik, participated in the FEP on “Foundation Program 5.0” held at Infosys ,Chandigarh from 14th to 16 December 2016. With A+ Grade which is having inspire credit 12 points for FEP Participation.
      •  Prof. Pooja Tripathi, SPOC, Infosys Campus Connect and Ms Archana Agarwal attended the Felicitation Ceremony on 3oth June 2016 at Infosys Chandigarh.
      •  Ms Anajlai Singhal, Ms Archana Agarwal  won the Silver , Bronze Partner Award respectively for their active participation and valuable contribution in Campus Connect Program in 2016.
      • Monika Sainger and Ms. Ragini Karwayun Attended Gearup Session at Infosys Chandigarh DC along with final year Infosys placed students on 29th apr’2016.
      • In a live Event "Distinguished facilitator" at Infosys DC Chandigarh, Ms. Monika Sainger and Ms. Ragini Karwayun won Second Prize in 2015.
      • Infosys Ltd awarded Mr. Akhilesh Kumar Srivastava Ragini Karwayun, Ms.Monika Sainger, and Mr. Amit Kr Dwivedi  for their valuable contribution in Campus Connect Program in 2015.
      • Ashwini Kumar and Ms. Garima Pandey attended the FEP at Infosys DC Chandigarh in September 2015.
      • In a live Event "Distinguished facilitator" at Infosys DC Chandigarh, Mr. Akhilesh Kumar Srivastava won Second Prize in 2014.
      • Infosys Ltd awarded Mr. Akhilesh Kumar Srivastava and Ms. Ragini Karwayun for their valuable contribution in Campus Connect Program in 2014.
      • Amit Kr Dwivedi and Ms. Prachi Vats attended the FEP at Infosys DC Chandigarh in 2014.
      • Infosys Ltd organized a three days Faculty Enablement program on Soft Skills Training. It was attended by 23 faculty from different institutions/universities of NCR. Mr. Manas Tyagi and Mr. Pankaj Bharti were the resource persons for the FEP.
      • Ragini Karwayun and Ms. Ila Joshi attended a 3 day FEP at Infosys DC Chandigarh in 2012.
      • Virtual Participation on “Content Guru” and “Distinguished Facilitator” of faculty in Annual Faculty Excellence Award 2016 on 23rd June and 25th June 2016.
      • Under Campus Connect Program, we started batches for Soft Skill Module.
      • Launch of New Foundation Module FP 5.0 ( Self  Learning Module)
    Industry Academia program with SOPRAclick here to see >>

      The apex body of the IT industry, the National Association of Software and Service Companies(NASSCOM) with the objective to step up the industry-academia interface to strengthen the linkages between requirements of IT industry and the manpower trained in the institutes of higher education.
      OBJECTIVE:
      The main focus of the program is to plan promote and execute an effective partnership between the institution and the industry. Each department has designated a dedicated coordinator known as SPOC from both academia and industry to the program thereby giving it a wide participation. These coordinators are responsible for industries partnership within their department and generate a monthly preview which is discussed during monthly meeting with organization people involved in the program and critical review, suggestions and remedial measures effected.
      OUTCOMES:

      • Representatives from industry come to IPEC to mentor faculty and students.
      • Special project life cycle exposure to both students and faculty.
      • Career counseling to students.
      • Identify and help build foundational life skills that industry needs: analysis ,debate and communication.
      • Group event to enhance management and leadership qualities.
    Project Spoken Tutorialclick here to see >>

      Spoken Tutorial is an initiative by the National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology (ICT) launched by the Ministry of Human Resources and Development (MHRD), Government of India and is being developed by IIT Bombay. It is an audio-video tutorial tool that helps you learn and use Open Source Software (OSS ). The working of a software is explained by an expert, by its demonstrations on the screen aided by running commentary. A movie of both these audio and video activities is made by a screen cast software, and this movie is called the Spoken Tutorial.

      The essence of Spoken Tutorial is such that, it is the recording of the actual session because it captures every step required to elaborate an activity. This makes it a comprehensive solution to document and explain a software or any computer-based activity. The objective of launching and using Spoken Tutorial in Inderprastha Engineering College is to spread the knowledge of technology and Free Open Source Software (FOSS) to learn any software useful in engineering curriculum.
      Spoken Tutorial helps the students to:

      • Learn any software, all by yourself or during the lab sessions.
      • Workshops are also being conducted to get acquainted with the open source software and technologies.
      • To get expertise in a particular FOSS using audio-video tutorials.
      • To use the FOSS in their projects and summer Training.

      Department of IT, IPEC also conducted workshop as a part of spoken tutorial project in different domains based on open source computer technologies and languages as part of summer training in July 2016 . Department of IT, IPE also conducting various Online Tests of Basic C programming, Python, PHP, Java in October 2016.

Students Activitiesclick here to see >>
    Session 2015-16click here to see >>

      Workshops Conducted

    • Sopra Industry Academia Meet on 19th April 2016.
    • Workshop on Automation and Robotics by CORE, AKGEC on 11th April 2016.
    • Workshop on “Hadoop Technology and Big Data” on 19th April 2016 from IBM , New Delhi.
    • Workshop on Mobile App. Development from 8th to 9th April 2016.
    • Workshop on Website Development by Techehnics from 8th to 12th March 2016.
    • Workshop on “Hadoop Technology” on 19th February 2016.
    • Workshop on Ethical Hacking held on 20th February 2016.
    • “Innoveneer”, A Business Idea Competition conducted on 21st February 2016.
    • Workshop “CODE-A-THON “conducted by Tech Ethnics on 8th and 11th September 2015.
    • Workshop on “Softskill” on 7th November 2015, by Mr.Ramneek, Head HR from Sopra Steria .
    • CEO Talk from WIPRO, L&T and BEL on 5th September 2015, on Engineers Day .
    • “ENLIGHTEN”A career counselling session conducted on 22nd August 2015.

    • Industrial Visit

    • Mother Dairy Plant , New Delhi.
    • TCS, Noida .
    • Aptron , Noida .
    Session 2014-15click here to see >>

      Workshops Conducted

    • Students Development Program for Spoken Tutorial Project offered by IIT Bombay funded by National Mission on Education through ICT, MHRD, Govt of India. May ,2015.
    • Seminar on “ETHICAL HACKING” by RMAR Technologies on 20th -21st February 2015.
    • Summer training is organized by the department in collaboration with Spoken Tutorials on C, Java, DBMS, MS Project, Networking, and Mobile Application & Web Application from 6th -27th July 2015.
    • Seminar on “BIG-DATA ANALYTICS “organized on 20th October 2015.
    • Five day workshop on “DEVELOPING .NET APPLICATION FOR WINDOWS” by Microsoft held in May, 2014.
    • One day workshop on “GETTING FAMILIAR WITH LINUX-UBUNTU” organized by CEPTA INFOTECH PVT LTD, in September, 2014.
    • Webinar organized “WEB DATA USING HADOOP” on September 2014.
    • Workshop on “.Net Programming” from 15th to 20th September 2014.
    • Skill Development Program on “Graphic Design and Photoshop” by Dainik Jagran on 25th August 2014 .
    • Advance Level .Net Training was organized from Microsoft Academy in June-July 2014.
    • 20 Days FDP/SDP on “Migration from Licensed Software to Free open Source Software”, July 2014, 2015 (Summer School) .

    • Industrial Visit

    • 3S Entherprises, Meerut.
    • Bhushan Steel Limited, Ghaziabad.
    • Bharat Electronics, Ghaziabad.
    • VRS foods Ltd (Paras) Ghaziabad.
    • Ingersoll Rand Technologies & Services Pvt. Ltd., Sahibabad.
    Session 2013-14click here to see >>

      Workshops Conducted

    • Workshop on PHP led by Mr. Azeem Khan, a founder And CEO of Kesovious Inc. on 15th Feb 2014.
    • Workshop on PHP led by Mr. Azeem Khan, a founder And CEO of Kesovious Inc. on 1st Feb 2014.
    • Workshop on PHP led by Mr. Azeem Khan, a founder And CEO of Kesovious Inc. on 1st March 2014.
    • Workshop on “ENTREPRENEURSHIP AWARENESS “organized on 12-13 Feb 2014.
    • Workshop on Smart Investments by SETU On 1st March, 14 at IPEC, Ghaziabad.
    • Workshop on Cloud Computing by CETPA Infotech Ltd., Noida on 5th April 2014.
    • Seminar “PHP WORKSHOP” organized on April 2014.
    • Five Day Skill development Program on “MS IT Tools and MS Project”, in April 2014.
    • One Day Skill development Program on “Php Programming” by TAI Infotech Ltd, Noida, in April 2014.
    • Summer training is organized by the department in collaboration with Spoken Tutorials on “C, Java, DBMS, Md Project, Networking, Mobile Application & Web Application” from 6th -30th July 2014.
    • Workshop “Lecture Support By NPTEL” held in 2013.
    • Seminar on “Patents and Copyrights “organized in 2013.
    • Tech talk on “Cloud Computing and Analytics” under ACM Student Chapter” held in October 2013 .

    • Industrial Visit

    • Techalay, Ghaziabad.
    • Prozia, Noida.
    • Strickview Technology,Noida.
    • Northern Software Solution, Meerut.
    • Accord Communications Ltd, Meerut.
    • 3S Enterprises, Meerut.
Students Clubsclick here to see >>
    Various Clubs and societies are run by students:
  • Genesis.
  • Trinity.
  • Tech Ethnics.
Key Alumni Dataclick here to see >>

    S.NoName of the student(s)BatchWorking @Picture
    1 Tarun Kumar Mall 2007 - 11SDE At AMAZON USA
    2 Sarthak Gupta 2009 - 13Business Intelligence Specialist at Adobe India.
    3 Gautam Chaturvedi 2007 - 11Senior Test Engineer at L&T Technology Services Bangalore
    4 Devesh Singh 2006 – 10Associate at Cognizant
    5 Nishant Nisan Jha 2009-13QA Engineer at 8x8 San Jose
    6 Pawan Kumar Pal 2006-10Senior Software Engineer at Aon India Ghaziabad
    7 Sunil Kumar Singh 2009-13Svc IT Dev Program Sr Assoc II at Dell International services
    8 Atul Jain 2007-11Senior Software QA Engineer at Kronos Solution India Pvt Ltd
    9 Sandeep Sharma 2008-12Programmer Analyst at Cognizant Technology Solutions Pune
    10 Bhawna Sharma 2010-14Software Engineer at HCL Technologies, New Delhi
    11 Pratesh Yadav 2010-14Associate Software Engineer at Accenture
    12 GAURAV TEOTIA 2007-11Windows and VMWare System Administrator at Ibm, Ghaziabad

Guest Lectures from Eminent Personalities click here to see >>
  • Prof M. Bala, IIT Delhi.
  • Dr Guatam Shroff, TCS, Ggn.
  • Dr Mukesh Mohania , IBM, New Delhi.
  • Dr T.V. Vijay Kr , JNU, N Delhi.
  • Dr Shyam Gupta, IIT Delhi.
  • Dr Vasudha Bhatanagar, Delhi University.
  • Dr Swaroop, Ghaziabad Industrial Association, Ghaziabad.
  • Mr Ashish Mendiratta , WIPRO.
  • Mr Manas Tyagi, Infosys.
  • Mr Pradeep , CRL, Ghaziabad.
  • Mr Gupta , VP, EMC Corporation, Singapore.
  • Dr Reema Sehgal, Counsellor, New Delhi.
  • Dr. Anirban Mondal, IIIT Delhi.
  • Dr Sujata, WIPRO, Mission 10X.
Publicationclick here to see >>
    INTERNATIONAL / NATIONAL JOURNALSclick here to see >>
      Session 2015-16click here to see >>
      • Pooja Tripathi (2015), “Strengthen Cloud Computing Security with Enhanced Two Factor Authentication and Encryption” International Journal of Innovations & Advancement in Computer Science IJIACS ISSN 2347 – 8616 Volume 4, Special Issue May 2015.
      • Pushpendra Singh, V.K. Gupta, P.N. Hrisheekesha, "A Review on Shape based Descriptors for Image Retrieval", International Journal of Computer Applications, Vol. 125, no.10, pp.27-32, September 2015.
      • Tripathi Pooja, et.al. “Cloud-Sensor Network Integration: Review”, Research & Reviews: A Journal of Embedded System & Applications ISSN: 2395-6712(online), ISSN: 2321–8533(print) Volume 4, Issue 1 www.stmjournals.com
      Session 2014-15click here to see >>
      • Pooja Tripathi et. al, (2014) “Cloud Security and Algorithms: A Review” in International Journal of Enhanced Research in Science Technology & Engineering, ISSN: 2319-7463 Vol. 3 Issue 10, Oct.-2014, pp: (113-117), Impact Factor: 1.252, Available online at: www.erpublications.com.
      • Pooja Tripathi, “Secure Data Access with Enhanced Two Factor Authentication in Cloud Computing” International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering 4(11), November - 2014, pp. 703-707.
      • Pooja Tripathi, (2014), “Competence Based Management in Academics through Data Mining Approach” published in International Journal of Computer Engineering and Intelligent Systems www.iiste.org ISSN 2222-1719 (Paper) ISSN 2222-2863 (Online) Vol.6, No.2, 2015
      • Preeti Sharma, Bindu Rani, “A Review on Non Linear Dimensionality Reduction Techniques For Face Recognition”, IJARCSSE, Vol. No.4 ,April'14.
      • Ms. Monika Sainger, “A Strategic Model to Enhance the Vertical Scalability in Cloud Environment” published in International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering Volume 4, Issue 4, April 2014 ISSN: 2277 128X.
      • Dinesh Kumar Yadav and Vijay Kumar Sharma. Article: Modified HS Algorithm in Distributed System for Synchronous Ring. International Journal of Computer Applications 97(19):29-31, July2014.
      • Sonia Lamba, “A comparitive study on load balancing algorithms with different service broker policies in cloud computing”, IJCSIT, Volume 5, Issue 4, June 2014.
      • Preeti Sharma, A review on Non Linear Dimensionality Reduction Techniques for Face Recognition .Published paper in April-2014 Volume 4, Issue 4 of IJARCSSE.
      Session 2013-14click here to see >>
      • Tripathi,P, et. al, (2013), “Multimode Network Based Scalable Learning of Collective Behavior (Paper ID: IJARCSEE-2186)” is published in “International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Electronics Engineering” Volume3 Issue 1, ISSN: 2277 – 9043.
      • Tripathi,P, et. al, (2014), “Mobile based learning and design” in International Journal of Computer & Mathematical Science , IJCMS, ISSN 2347-8527, Volume 2 , Issue 2 February 2014 .
      • Tripathi,P, et. al, (2014), “Decision Making in Multi-Criteria System” in International Journal of Innovations and Advancement in Computer Science(Accepted).
      • Preeti Sharma, Published paper in ISST Journal of Mathematics and Computing System Vol 4 No 2(July – Dec 2013) ISSN No. 0976 -9048 (c) Intellectual society for Socio -Tecno welfare.
      Session 2012-13click here to see >>
      • Pooja Tripathi , Ranjan Jayanthi, “Human Resource Management using AI Approach: An experimental study using Expert System” .Published in the International Journal of Computer Applications published in New York., US.
      • Nidhi Gupta et al. (2012) “A Comparative Study of Various Clustering Algorithms in Data Mining” in International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA) Vol. 2, Issue 3, May-Jun 2012, pp.1379-1384.
      • Krishan Kumar and DK Pandey, “Ann Model for Effects of Socio-Metric-Scales on Life Insurance”, VSRD International Journal of Computer Science &Information Technology , Vol. No. 2(6), ISSN No. 2231-2471, June/2012.
      • D.K. Yadav, “A Novel Approach of Coordinator Election in Distributed System "International Journal of Research Issues in Computing Sciences (IJRICS). We are pleased to inform you that your manuscript is accepted for publication in Volume.1 Issue.1 August 2013 of IJRICS.
      • D.K. Yadav "A Novel Approach of Coordinator Election in Distributed System " IJAIS September 2013 Edition .
      • Nidhi Gupta et al. (2012) “A Comparative Study of Various Clustering Algorithms in Data Mining” in International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA) Vol. 2, Issue 3, May-Jun 2012, pp.1379-1384.
      • Krishan Kumar and DK Pandey, “Ann Model for Effects of Socio-Metric-Scales on Life Insurance”, VSRD International Journal of Computer Science &Information Technology , Vol. No. 2(6), ISSN No. 2231-2471, June/2012 .
      • Preeti Sharma and Bindu Rani, “Face recognition using Back Propogation and RBF Neural Network Published in ISST Journal of Mathematics and Computing System Vol 4 No 2ISSN No. 0976 -9048 (c) Intellectual society for Socio -Tecno welfare, (July – Dec 2013).
      Session 2011-12click here to see >>
      • Pooja Tripathi , Ranjan Jayanthi, “Data flow for competence management and performance assessment systems: educational institution approach”, International Journal Of Innovation and Learning .InderScience publications.
      • Pooja Tripathi, Paper accepted for the E- learning Journal Retreived from www.elearningap.com/eLAP2011/Proceedings/paper26.pdf.
      • Nidhi Gupta et al. (2011) “E-Payment: Issues and Challenges". International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science (IJARCS), Volume 2, No. 4, July-August 2011.
      • Nidhi Gupta et al. (2011). “Faculty Recruitment and Retention: A Key for Managing Talent in Higher Education”. International Journal of Enterprise Computing and Business Systems Vol. 1 Issue 2 July 2011.
      Session 2010-11click here to see >>
      • Pooja Tripathi, Jayanthi Ranjan, Tarun Pandeya. ‘PAKS: A Competency based model for an Academic Institutions’, International Journal of Innovation, Management and Technology, Vol. 1, No. 2, June 2010, ISSN: 2010-0248, http://www.ijimt.org/papers/40-M425.pdf http://www.ijimt.org/vol1no2.html.
      • Tripathi Pooja, Dr R.k Suri, , “Competence model for the Faculty in Higher Education in Knowledge Era: Empirical Investigation” in International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management. http://www.ijimt.org/vol1no4.html.
      Session 2009-10click here to see >>
      • Ranjan Jayanthi, Tripathi Pooja, International Journal of Computer Communication and Technology .
      • Tripathi Pooja, Samiksha, Journal of United Institute of Research and Management with ISSN.
      • Pooja Tripathi Jayanthi Ranjan.(2011) “A holistic framework for the assessment of faculty Int. J. Business Information Systems, Inderscience Publishers, Vol. 7, No. 2, 2011.
      • Tripathi Pooja, Ranjan Jayanthi , “Developing Computational Intelligence method for Competence Assessment through Expert System: An Institutional Development Approach.” in the Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Computational Intelligence and Computing Research. IEEE Catalog Number: CFP1020J-ART ISBN: 978-1-4244-5967-.
      • Tripathi, P. ; Islam, S.N.; Ranjan, J.; Pandeya, T. Developing computational intelligence method for competence assessment through expert system: An institutional development approach. 2010 IEEE International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Computing Research (ICCIC), Publication Year: 2010 , Page(s): 1 - 5 , http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/search/searchresult.jsp?newsearch=true&queryText=IEEE+ICCIC&x=31&y=14&filter=&tag=1
      • Ragini Karwayun ,“Comparative Study Of Inference Engines” at 7th International Conference on Information Technology: New Generations ITNG 2010 at Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. Paper is published by the IEEE Computer Society CPS, and listed in IEEE-Explore and published in an International Journal."
      Session 2008-09click here to see >>
      • Ranjan Jayanthi, Tripathi Pooja ‘Measuring Competencies using Expert System: Institutional Perspective’, Journal of Applied theoretical and information technology, No1, Vol 1, 2008.
    INTERNATIONAL / NATIONAL CONFERENCESclick here to see >>
      Session 2015-16click here to see >>
      • Pooja Tripathi et. al. (2016),”Big Data Lakes Can Support Better Population Health for Rural India - Swastha Bharat” , in International Conference on Innovation and Challenges in Cyber Security at Amity on 3rd and 5th February 2016
      • Pooja Tripathi et. al. (2016), “An emerging trend of Big Data Analytics with Health Insurance in India”, in International Conference on Innovation and Challenges in Cyber Security at Amity on 3rd and 5th February 2016
      • Pooja Tripathi et.al. (2016), “Review Of Job Recommender System Using Big Data Analytics” in Proceedings of the 10th INDIACom; INDIACom-2016 International Conference on “Computing for Sustainable Global Development”, 16th – 18th March, 2016.
      • Pushpendra Singh, V.K. Gupta, P.N. Hrisheekesha, "A Review on Similarity Measurement Techniques for Image Retrieval", International Conference on Emerging Technologies in Science, Engineering & Management at Dr.KN Modi Institute of Engineering & Technology, Modi Nagar on 23-24, April, 2016.
      Session 2014-15click here to see >>
      • Pooja Tripathi, (2014), “An Efficient model for the Prediction of student performance through Correlation and Regression Analysis Technique” , 10th National Conference on Emerging Paradigms of Information & Communication Technologies & its Impact on Society (EPICTIS-2014) being organized by Department of IT, I.T.S., Mohan Nagar Ghaziabad, sponsored by Nvidia as Platinum Sponsor, in association withComputer Society of India (CSI) – Ghaziabad Chapter, CSI Division-I & III, CSI-Region-I and technically co-sponsored byInternational Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA), NY (USA), International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research (IJSER) , Houston Texas (USA), International Journal of Computer Science Issues (IJCSI), Mauritius on Saturday, 08th Nov, 2014 (Day-2) at I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad.
      • Amit Sharma, Sandeep Vishwakarma”Attacks,” PKI-based architecture”,in CICT IEEE sponsored Conference ,Feb-2015 pages 52-56.
      Session 2013-14click here to see >>
      • Tripathi,P, et. al, (2013), “Assessing the Soft Computing Approach for problem solving in the multi criteria Decision Making for Performance Assessment in Indian Institutions through case study approach” Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Soft Computing for Problem Solving SocProS 2013, Volume 2 Series: Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, Vol. 259 Pant, M.; Deep, K.; Nagar, A.; Bansal, J.C. (Eds.) 2014, 750 p. 306 illus.
      • Tripathi,P, et. al, (2013), “Developing decision making system for Institutional Competence Management through ES Approach” 09th National Conference on “Smarter Approaches in Computing Technologies & Applications (SACTA-2014)” organized by the Department of IT at ITS, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad in association with CSI-Ghaziabad Chapter, CSI-Region I, CSI-Division I and International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA), USA on 19th April, 2014 (Saturday).
      • Nidhi Gupta et al. “ Aspect Oriented Software architecture using UML” in International Conference on “ Reinventing Thinking beyond boundaries to Excel ”(ICRTBBE-2013) at IMT, Faridabad on 6thApril’2013.
      • Nidhi Gupta “Trends in Collaborative Filtering Recommendation Technique”, Paper published in proceedings of National Conference on “Emerging Trends in Intelligent Computing and Communication “(EICC-2013) at Galgotia Engineering College, Greater Noida, 27th -28th April’2013..
      Session 2012-13click here to see >>
      • Pushpendra Singh, Ajay Pal Singh, “An Analysis of Software Re-engineering through C to Java Conversion” in National Conference On Emerging Trends in Engineering and Technology (ETEAT-2013) on March 16-17, 2013 organized by Vishveshwarya Institute of engineering & Technology, G.B. Nagar (UP).
      • Pooja Tripathi, Dr K Singh, “Moving Forward through Teacher Entrepreneurial Education: An Agenda for change in Indian Perspective” at AIMA National Conference.
      • Pooja Tripathi, “Factors effecting the adoption of the innovative pedagogical practices using Technology: Indian university Perspective”. at National Conference organized by ECI in November 29th 2012.
      • Pooja Tripathi, Dr Jayanthi Ranjan, “Developing Multi attribute Decision Making model for Institutional Competence Management” at International conference on Facets of Business excellence 2012 at Indian Habitat Center , New Delhi.
      • D.K.Yadav,Vijay Kumar Sharma,”Leader Election using Modified Heap Tree Method” Ganpati Institute of Technology and Management Bilaspur, Yamuna Nagar, Haryana, India“International Conference onAdvances in Mechanical and Computer Engineering”January 18-19,, 2013.
      • Yadav, D.K. ; Lamba, C.S.; Shukla, S., "A new approach of leader election in distributed system," Software Engineering (CONSEG), 2012 CSI Sixth International Conference on , vol., no., pp.1,7, 5-7 Sept. 2012.
      • Dinesh Kumar Yadav, ”Optimal Leader Election Algorithm for Distributed System”, 6th International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communication Technologies (ICACCT-2012) sponsored by I EEE Computer Society Chapter Delhi Section and I ETE-I ndi a, to be held at Asia Pacific Institute of Information Technology SD India, Panipat (Haryana) on 3rd November 2012.
      Session 2011-12click here to see >>
      • Pooja Tripathi, Ranjan Jayanthi, “A Knowledge Engineering Approach for the Intelligent System for the Competence Management: Indian Institutional Perspective”, in WSKS 2011.(Proceedings to be published by Springer ). SPRINGER CCIS 278 volume Lytras et all editors Volume Title Information Systems, E-learning and Knowledge Management Research for the Knowledge Society: The era of Social Networks, Web 2.0 and Open Source Paradigms.
      • Pooja Tripathi, “Tele medicine Technology: Next Generation Revolution to Health Care” in the Second Disputations on Future Technologies for Health Care organized at IIIT Allahabad in September 2011.
      • Pooja Tripathi, Jhilmil Mathur ,(2011) in International Conference, AMOS 2011, IIT Roorkee. (M Tech Student Paper).
      • Pooja Tripathi, Jayanthi Ranjan, Tarun Pandeya,(2011). “A Transformational model for the Sustainable development in Higher Education system through Competence Based Management” in e LEARNING 2011. Proceegings volume is: SPRINGER CCIS 279 Volume Lytras et all editors.
      Session 2010-11click here to see >>
      • Pooja Tripathi, Jayanthi Ranjan, Tarun Pandya , Philip Tsang. (2010) ‘ A Competency Based Management System for Academics using PAKS based model expert system’, Book Chapter on ‘ Hybrid Learning-Broadening Horizons’, Edited by Prof Philip Tsang, Caritas Francis HSU college, Beijing Normal University. pp 1-13. (book chapter).
      • Pooja Tripathi et.al “An efficient energy management in educational institution through VOIP –Internet Telephony” in the Proceeedings of the National conference on Efficient Energy Management in rural and urban Sector organized by CDT Foundations at New Delhi in April 2011.
      • Pooja Tripathi, Dr K Singh, “Competence Based Management: An Effective tool for the Quality in Higher Education.” In National Conference on Globalizing India: Role of Indian B- School”, on 12th & 13th January 2011 at India International Centre, New Delhi published in e journal of the AIMA.
      • Pooja Tripathi, “Green ICT: A Next Generation Entrepreneurial Revolution”, at 2nd National Conference on Innovation and Enterpreneurship in Information and Communication and Technology.
      • Pooja Tripathi, “Development of Competence based management and Performance Assessment System for Academic Management: Empirical Investigation” .
      Session 2009-10click here to see >>
      • Monika Sainger, “Proactively Analyzing your Expert System – Vulnerability Analysis” has been accepted for publishing in the national conference on Information & S/W Engineering NCISE2010 being organized by IEEE Computer Society Madras Chapter at A.V. Institute of Technology, Chennai to be held on 26th & 27th Feb, 2010.
      • Monika Sainger, “Stumbling Blocks in Implementing the Knowledge” has been published in the national conference on Advances in Knowledge Management NCAKM”10 at Lingaya’s University, Haryana held on 8th & 9th March, 2010 .
      • Monika Sainger, “Coupling of Rules and Ontologies for Interfacing with RDFs” has been published in the national conference on HPCA2010 at Banaras Hindu Vishwavidyalaya, Varanasi held on 8th & 10th Feb, 2010 .
      • Monika Sainger, “Contextual Knowledge Representation in Semantic Web” has been published in the national conference on Emerging Trends in Information Technology & Communication Systems NCET2010 at Velammal Engineering College, Chennai held on 5th March, 2010 .
      • Pushpendra Singh, Sundeep Raj, "Design Quality Metrics in open source software " in National Conference on Emerging Trends in Advanced Computing & Informatics (May 8- 9, 2010) at Shobhit University, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh .
      • Ragini Karwayun, “Coupling Of Rules and Ontologies for Interfacing with RDFs” is selected in a national conference HPCA 2009 to be held at Banaras Hindu Vishwavidyalaya Varanasi on 8-10 Feb’2010.
      • Ragini Karwayun, “Stumbling Blocks in Implementing the Knowledge” has been accepted for publishing in the proceedings of national conference on Advances in Knowledge Management NCAKM”10 at Lingaya’s University, Haryana to be held on 8th & 9th March, 2010 .
      • Ragini Karwayun, “Contextual Knowledge Representation in Semantic Web” has been accepted for publishing in the proceedings of national conference on Emerging Trends in Information Technology & Communication Systems NCET2010 at Velammal Engineering College, Chennai to be held on 5th March, 2010 .
      • Ragini Karwayun, “Inference Scheme for RDF” was presented in National seminar on Information Security at ITS Ghaziabad on 4th April ’09.
      Session 2008-09click here to see >>
      • Tripathi Pooja, Ranjan Jayanthi,“Bridging the gap between academia and the industry competence based management approach” in Proceedings of International Conference on Quality Enhancement in educational Communication at Tiruchirapalli.
      • Ranjan Jayanthi, Tripathi Pooja ‘Measuring Competencies using Expert System: Institutional Perspective’, Journal of Applied theoretical and information technology, No1, Vol 1, 2008.
      • Ranjan Jayanthi, Tripathi Pooja “Competence Management in Academics: Data Mining Approach”, presented at International Conference on Innovation in Redefining Business Horizon (IIRB 2008) jointly organized in association with Association of Indian Management Schools(AIMS), India, University of New Castle Australia, and Euromed Marseille Ecole de Management Domaine France, at IMT Campus, Ghaziabad during 18-19 December, 2008.
      • Ranjan Jayanthi, Tripathi Pooja. Proceedings of International Conference on Digital Factory ICDF2008, Coimbatore. August 11-13.2008.
      • Jayanthi Ranjan and Pooja Tripathi. IT Supported Organizational Competence Measurement Tools: Working Systems and Research Literature. Proceedings of International Conference on Data Management ICDM 2008, 25-26 February 2008, Macmillan India, Publishers. Pp 1267-1275.
      Session 2007-08click here to see >>
      • Jayanthi Ranjan. Pooja Tripathi. Decision Support System for Competence Management: An Intelligent Agent Approach. Proceedings of ICISTM-2007 Allied Publishers Pvt Ltd., pp. 207-214.
      • Ranjan Jayanthi, Tripathi Pooja Customer Centered Approach for Competency Development in Education Institutions: Bridging the gap between academia and industry. National Conference on Emerging Technologies & Trends in IT 2007 (NCET-2007) organized by ITS, Ghaziabad, at Indian Habitat Centre, New Delhi on 6th and 7th April 2007. Paper was selected for oral presentation.
      • Ranjan Jayanthi, Tripathi Pooja ‘Role of Expert systems in Competency management’, National conference on Information Technology, NCIT, Asia Pacific Institute of Management. 31 August-September 1, 2007.
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