DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
I take the privilege to welcome all of you to the Dept. of Computer Science & Engg. at Guru Kashi University, Talwandi Sabo. The department seeks to combine excellence in education and research with service to the society. Our vision is to become an innovative and leading Computer Science & Engineering Department in the Country. In to-day's scenario of globalization and cut throat competition, optimal use of all kinds of resources i.e.Human, Information, Knowledge and Expertise is very important. As Head of department, I assure you that we will try our best to maximize students participation in the decision making processes within the department. The progress of a department depends entirely upon hard work and sincerity of the staff and students. I am sure that all of us will try our best to make our department a most sought after department and develop it in to a Centre of Excellence in the near future.
|1||B.Tech. - CSE||4 years||
10+2 with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects, along with one of the following subjects: (a) Chemistry (b) Bio- Technology (c) Computer Science (d) Biology from PSEB / CBSE / ICSE or any other recognized board or Passed 2 years certificate course from SLIET
|2||B.Tech. (Lateral Entry) - CSE||3 years||
3 year diploma in engineering or B.Sc (Non-Medical).Diploma in Petro Chemical & Petro Refinery Engineering also eligible.
|3||M.Tech. – CSE (Full Time)||2 Years||B.Tech or equivalent degree in Computer Science Engg or AMIE or MCA / M.Sc. (Physics / Mathematics)|
|4||M.Tech. CSE (Part Time)||3 Years||Same as for M.Tech. Full Time|
|5||M.Tech. – IT (Full Time)||2 Years||B.Tech or equivalent degree in Information technology or AMIE or MCA / M.SC. Computer Science / M.Sc. IT|
|6||M.Tech .- IT ( Part Time )||3 Years||Same as for M.Tech. Full Time|
|7||Diploma - CSE||3 years||
|8||Diploma - CSE (Lateral Entry)||2 years||
ITI/10+2 Vocational/ 10+2 Non -medical
|9||Diploma -IT||3 years||
|10||Diploma -IT (Lateral Entry)||2 years||
ITI/10+2 Vocational/ 10+2 Non -medical
|11||Ph.D. -CSE||3 years Minimum||
Master’s Degree in relevant discipline.
The Department has various laboratories equipped with state-of-the-art computing facilities to support the research and teaching activities. Fully equipped air-conditioned laboratories with internet, web application facilities accessible on LAN and Wi-Fi are available for students to provide them hands-on experience on latest software and technology tools used in the Industries. All the laboratories are equipped with printers & other peripherals. The department has the following computer based laboratories as per the university curriculum:
The basic objective of this laboratory is to familiarize about preliminary knowledge of the basic computer organization, which includes hardware components of computer and Computer application like Turbo C++, MS office and Window operating systems.
There are total three hundred and fifty computers with Pentium 4 configuration with speed in Giga Hertz. The computers have Microsoft Windows 2k/XP as well as Linux with dual boot option on top of Intel Pentium IV processors and related high technology peripherals such as scanners, printers, combo-drives and all other multimedia aids. All the labs are having on-line U.P.S. Backup and are fully air conditioned. We have the best expertise to manage them. Servers are available in the server room, which are used as SMTP mail server, database server and general purpose use. All the computer labs are connected by a high-speed (10/100/1000 Mbps) switched Ethernet network. Institution has 10 MBPS speed dedicated internet connectivity and is accessible for 24 hours. The whole campus is networked with Wi-Fi technology.
The basic objective of this laboratory is to provide the knowledge of different programming languages like C,C++,Visual Basic 6 and C# etc. It develops a critical understandability of the programming languages.
ADVANCE PROGRAMMING LAB
The basic objective of this laboratory is to provide the knowledge of different advanced programming languages like Java, PROLOG, .NET, Visual Basic 6 and C#.NET etc. It exposures the practical knowledge to the student regarding different advanced languages.
The primary purpose of this lab is to provide the knowledge of the different operating system. This is the most important subject in computer science engineering. It exposes the practical knowledge to the student regarding the different types of operating system. Linux is installed on every computer. In this lab student come to know what is the use of operating system and what is their comparisons and also works on commands and shell programming that is the part of operating system.
The primary purpose of this laboratory is to facilitate implementation, exploration & research in the domain of DBMS. Client server architecture based database management system software oracle 10g is installed in this laboratory. Students use this laboratory for creating backend for their projects.
WEB DESIGNING LAB
This laboratory is an important part of the curriculum, as it is the age of internet. In this lab knowledge of various web development languages is provided. Starting from the basic web development tools like HTML and moving towards advance technology like ASP and PHP.
The main objective of Research and development laboratory includes competitive quality and increase productivity of Research and Development activities, innovative business activity, creating added values in the global economy and innovation-friendly society aimed at long term development.
|Sr.No||Name of the faculty||Name of the Journal||Paper title||Date of publishing|
|1.||Er. Vijay Laxmi||1. International Journal of Engineering and Information Technology||A Survey on Various Scheduling Algorithms for Grid Computing||2010 ISSUE|
|2. Journal of Advance Research in Computer Engineering: An International Journal||Construction & Maintenance of Volunteer Groups in Desktop Grid Environment||January-June 2009|
|3. International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology||The WorkQueue with Replication - Fault Tolerant Scheduler with Timeout (WQR-FTT) For Bag-Of-Tasks Grid Applications||January-June 2009|
|2||Er. Monica Goyal||4. International Journal of Computer Science Technology||Comparative Analysis of Filters with Curvelet Transform for Denoising in Ultrasound Images||Oct. - Dec. 2011|
|Sr. No.||Name of the faculty||Name of the Conference Proceeding||Paper title||Date of publish|
|1||Er. Vijay Laxmi||1. International Conference on Wireless Networks and Embedded Systems||“A comprehensive study on channel assignment schemes for cellular mobile systems||2008|
|2. International Conference ICAECT 2006||Routing Protocols For Ad-Hoc Networks and their performance comparison||Dec 2006|
|3. National Conference Emerging Principles And Practices Of Computer Science And Information Technology||Secure Electronic Supermarket and their Optimal Design||Aug 2006|
|4. National Conference on Emerging Trends in Communication & Information Technology (ETCIT’07)||Comparative analysis of MAC protocols On Ad hoc network communication||Feb 2007|
|5. National Conference on Emerging Trends in Communication & Information Technology (ETCIT’07)||Video Foreground Extraction using Ncut Method||Feb 2007|
|6. National Conference on innovative developments in engineering applications (IDEA-07)||The changing face of Cellular System-4G||March 2007|
|7. National Conference on innovative developments in engineering applications (IDEA-07)||Security in Ad Hoc Networks: Intrusion Detection and Response for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks||March 2007|
|8. National Conference on innovative developments in engineering applications (IDEA-07||Adhoc Routing”||March 2007|
|9. National Conference on innovative developments in engineering applications (IDEA-07)||Security Issues and Intrusion Detection Architecture in Ad Hoc Networks||March 2007|
|10. National Conference on Information Technology: Emerging Engineering perspectives and Practices||Comparative analysis of MAC protocols On Ad hoc network communication||April 2007|
|11. National Conference Innovation 2007||ADHOC Networks: Challenge And opportunities||April 2007|
|12. National Conference||Cellular System-4G||April 2007|
|13. National Conference at SVIET Banur||The next wave of information technology-Pervasive Computing||May 2007|
|14. National Conference||Foreground Video Extraction||2007|
|15. National Conference||Comparative analysis of Grid Middleware||Feb 2011|
|2||Er. Navjinder Singh||1. National Conference LASER’2011||Study of Grid Computing based on Traffic Obstruction in Rohtak City||27th May, 2011|
|3.||Er. Rachna Rajput||1. International Conference on WECON ‘09’||Performance Comparison of Manet Routing Protocol||28th Oct, 2009|
|4.||Er. Geetanjali||2. International Conference on Engineering Innovations: A Fillip to Economic Development||Overview of Trends in Content Based Image Retrieval||18th-20th Feb 2010|
|3. International Conference on Engineering Innovations: A Fillip to Economic Development||Haptic System – A Technological Advancement in VR||18th-20th Feb 2010|
|4. International Conference on Engineering Innovations: A Fillip to Economic Development||Virtual Reality||18th-20th Feb 2010|
|5. National conference on Image Processing applications and Limitations||Edge Detection Algorithm and metric for their Performance Comparison||28th March, 2009|
|6. National conference on Image Processing applications and Limitations||Image Processing applications and Limitations||28th March, 2009|
|7. National Conference on Advancements in Information & Communication Technology (NAICT-2010)||Haptic Rendering||2nd April, 2010|
|5.||Er. Jiaur Rahman Ahmed||1. International Conference on mathematics and Soft Computing||Emerging Wireless Technologies on Mobile Communication||5th Dec, 2010|
|6.||Er. Monica Goyal||1. National Conference on Advanced Mathematics & its applications||Homomorphic Wavlet Thresholding techniques for Image Denoising Medical Ultrasound Images||25th Feb, 2011|
|2. National conferences on ‘Recent Advancements and Innovations in Science Engineering||Performance of Wavelet Filters over Curvelet Transform for Denosing in Ultrasound Images||6th-7th January 2012|
|Sr. No.||Name of the faculty||Name of conference/FDP/STC||Place||Duration|
|1.||Er. Vijay Laxmi||1. Short Term Program on VB.NET||NITTTR, CHD.||One Week|
|2. Short Term Program on Newly recruiter faculty||Chandigarh Engg College Landran (Mohali).||Two Weeks|
|3. Workshop On 3D studio and animations||NITTTR, CHD||One Week|
|4. International Workshop on Mobile Technology||Director of UK University Mr. Tom Traxler.||One day|
|5. Faculty Development program||NITCON Chandigarh.||Two Weeks|
|6. FDP on Digital Image Processing||MIMIT Malout||One Week|
|2.||Er. Navjinder Singh||1. Managing Effectiveness of management Educators||PTU Jalandhar||1 week|
|3.||Er. Geetanjali||2. Workshop on VB.NET||IET, Bhaddal||2 Days|
|3. Faculty Development Program On Developing Healthy Work Culture Environment||NITTR, Chandigarh||1 week|
|4. Short Term course on CCNA- Module 1||IET, Bhaddal||1 week|
|5.||Er. Anand Mittal||1. Personality Development by NITCON||GGSCET, Talwandi sabo||1 week|
|2. FDP on Digital Image Processing||MIMIT Malout||One Week|
|6.||Er. Anurag Singla||1. Personality Development by NITCON||GGSCET, Talwandi sabo||1 week|
|7.||Er. Rachna Rajput||1. Personality Development by NITCON||GGSCET, Talwandi sabo||1 week|
|8.||Er. Nancy Bansal||1. Personality Development by NITCON||GGSCET, Talwandi sabo||1 week|
|2. Research Methodology||SUSCET Tangori||3 days|
|9.||Er. Harjot Singh||1. Personality Development by NITCON||GGSCET, Talwandi sabo||1 week|
|10.||Er. Ravinderpal Singh||1. Personality Development by NITCON||GGSCET, Talwandi sabo||1 week|
|11.||Er. Kamaljeet Kaur||1. ADSP||NITTR, Chandigarh||2 weeks|
|12||Er. Deepak Kumar Garg||1. Faculty Development Program on Digital Design using Vesilog||PTU Sponsored, GGSCET, Talwandi Sabo||5 days|
|13||Er. Satinder Jeet Singh||1. Faculty Development Programme By WIPRO MISSION10X||GGSCET, Talwandi Sabo||5 days|