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Faculty

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Head of the Department

Name : Dr. Gangavathi.PQualification :M.Sc, M.Phil. PhDDepartment :Science and Humanities View Profile

List of Faculty Members :

S.NoName of the StaffQualificationDesignationMail Id
1Dr.Gangavathi . PM.Sc, M.Phil. Ph.DAssociate Professorgangavathi.hs@sairamce.edu.in
hod.hs@sairamce.edu.in
2Prakash.VM.Sc, M.Phil Assistant Professor
prakashv.hs@sairamce.edu.in
3Dr. Harikrishna.SM.Sc, M.Phil. Ph.DAssistant Professor
harikrishna.hs@sairamce.edu.in
4Ms. Jyothi .BM.ScAssistant Professor
jyothib.hs@sairamce.edu.in
5Shailashree.SM.Sc, ( Ph.D)Assistant Professor
shailashree.hs@sairamce.edu.in
6Manjula SM.Sc ,B.Ed.(Ph.D)Assistant Professor
manjula.hs@sairamce.edu.in
7Sasikala JM.Sc, M.Phil.(Ph.D)Assistant Professor
sasikala.hs@sairamce.edu.in
8Venkatesh.PM.Sc.Assistant Professor
venkatesh.hs@sairamce.edu.in
9Jyothi Sireesha AM.Sc.PGDCAAssistant Professor
jyothisireesha.hs@sairamce.edu.in
10Luther BennyM.A,M.Phil, M.Ed, (Ph.D)Assistant Professor
lutherbenny.hs@sairamce.edu.in

Supporting staff

S.NoName of the StaffQualificationDesignationMail Id
1SuryanarayanaB.Sc.,Lab Instructorsuryanarayana.hs@sairamce.edu.in
2Arul Kumar TB.B.ADept Assistantarul.hs@sairamce.edu.in
3JayavarmaB.ALab assistantjayavarma.hs@sairamce.edu.in
4SreenivasaPUCAttendersrinivasa.hs@sairamce.edu.in
5Gayatri KPUCAttendergayathri.hs@sairamce.edu.in

Club Activities

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MATH CLUB ACTIVITY REPORT

On account of math club organized ‘Great Mathematicians’ on 15-03-2018 and ‘Math Quiz’ on 19-03-2018.
The club members gathered in AV-hall the program included following events.

  • ‘Great Mathematicians’ through the PPT presentation students expressed their information collected about the mathematicians.
  • We got to know about the mathematician from our own country and even from other countries also.
  • ‘Math Quiz’ it included 3 set of rounds in which 1st round was aptitude test and 2nd round was identification round and 3rd round was question answering round.
  • We students participated with full enthusiasm and interestingly and finally by combining both the activity points ‘C’ group won the prize. All this experience added a new perspective to our imagination and will surly help us in our future projects.
  • Students participated in Math club activity and won the prize.

On account of open day at IISC, science club organized a field trip for all its members on 10/3/2018.
The club members visited various departments in the campus, few among them are:-

  • Material Science, Transport Engineering, organic chemistry, physical & inorganic chemistry, Earth science, mechanical engineering, computer science & Dept. of mathematics and came across the ongoing research at IISC and demo of some basic concepts by research scholars.
  • Some of the phenomenon we came across are visco elasticity, luminescence, refractive index, phenomenon of bending of light, solution for traffic, Entropy-demonstration, determination of pi value, VR lab, propulsion, motion in animals.
  • We also got a chance to see the live demo on the working of a 3d printer and the Super computer which was a great deal for us.
  • There was a demo of preparation of edible ice cream using liquid nitrogen, preparation of bouncing balls.
  • We students participated in riddle ride conducted by department of transport engineering and won a prize.
    All this experience added a new perspective to our imagination and will surely help us in our future projects.

Report –Women’s forum & Yoga Club Activity

Women’s Forum & Yoga Club organized a yoga session at our college campus for the club members on 04th April 2018(Wednesday) successfully.
The program started at 3.00pm in the AV hall. Principal welcomed the guests and the gathering. In his address he highlighted the importance of yoga in our day to day life. He encouraged the participation and involvement of women in every activity.
The chief guest Ms.Meenakshi, Simplified Kundalini Yoga, World Community Service Centre, Vishala Karnataka Sky Trust (R), Anekal started the session with a general talk regarding the importance of yoga and prayer in our day to day life. She explained about the advantages of doing yoga daily. She motivated all to be passionate, ethical and self confident in the life. She also taught the club members few yoga postures which can be done in daily life.
The session winded up with vote of thanks followed by National Anthem.

Events

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21st Induction day & Orientation Program was held on 17th & 18th Aug. 2017-18 for 1st year B.E Students for all branches. The Chief Guest for the program was Dr. U Ramesh, Regional Officer (Additional Charge) & Director AICTE, South West Regional Office, Bengaluru, Guest of Honor, Shri. Sreekanta Aradhya B, Chief Expert, Robert Bosch Engineering & Business Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Bengaluru.

Fresher’s day was organized for 1st year students by the institution on 27/09.2017, all senior students are welcome their juniors in to the journey of engineering. Most of the senior students have presented their talents in the program. Students were asked to come ethnic wear

A field trip/ Bangalore rounds was organized to 1st year hostilities (boys) & entire girl’s hostellers on 2/9/2017 along with faculty. Students were taken to view Vidhana soudha, High court later entered into Vivesvaraya Technological Museum. Students had lunch at cubbon park then left to window shopping at MG road & Brigade road, After that students were taken to ISCKON via metro from Jaynagar metro station, had Lord Krishna darshan &Prasad then left to Jaynagar via metro. From Jaynagar metro station returned to college hostel via college bus safely

ISTE Activity- under ISTE student’s chapter, student activity “Student Behavioural & Presentation Skills” was organised for 1st year students on 14/02/2018 in 2 sessions, Ms. Ramya Nayak, Training & Placement Officer, ACS college of Engineering, Bangalore was the resource person for the program.

Paper Presentation: Nearly 32 students of 1st year have presented 11 different papers in an international conference i7C which was held on 16th and 17th November 2017.

Department of Science and Humanities, Sri Sairam College of Engineering has organized two days’ Faculty Development Program on “Empower Yourself” on 19th and 20th January 2018. Chief guest, Mr. Prabhudeva, and Mr. Phanendra, Guest of Honor, certified international yoga trainers, emphasizing the Significance of FDP Programs to upgrade the faculty skills to engender quality results with quality Teaching.

7. Project Exhibition: Five team of 1st year with 21 students were participated in project exhibition- PHYSICA-2018 on 13/04/2018 and won 2nd place which was held at AMC College of Engineering
Our students Abhishek S Shrekar, Ajith M, Ajay M, Jeevankumar won the 2nd place for their Rocket model works on the principle of Hydraulic Pressure.

8. Jayateertha G of 1st year B.E student found a bug in a subdomain of @Microsoft (imagineacademy.microsoft.com) which faced XSS (cross-side scripting) bug. Microsoft has recognized the efforts and published his name on their public security researcher acknowledgement page: “Security Researcher Acknowledgments for Microsoft Online Services”.icrosoft appreciated him by providing the following Swag:

1. T-SHIRT (with MSRC bug bounty programme mentioned as an emblem),
2. Pen,
3. Tote bag,
4. Stickers (white hat verified written on them).BADGE

Club Activities:
Science Club: On account of open day at IISC, science club organized a field trip for all its members on 10/3/2018. Hosted By Dr. Harikrishna S

Math Club: Math club has organized an event called ‘Great Mathematicians’ on 15-03-2018 and ‘Math Quiz’ on 19-03-2018. Hosted by Mrs. Manjula and student members of math club

Yoga Club:
Women’s Forum & Yoga Club organized a yoga session at our college campus for the club members on 04th April 2018(Wednesday) successfully.
The chief guest Ms.Meenakshi, Simplified Kundalini Yoga, World Community Service Centre, Vishala Karnataka Sky Trust (R), Anekal started the session with a general talk regarding the importance of yoga and prayer in our day to day life. She explained about the advantages of doing yoga daily. She motivated all to be passionate, ethical and self confident in the life. She also taught the club members few yoga postures which can be done in daily life.


4 students of 1st year II Semester have presented a paper titled “Holography” in an international conference ICASET-2018 on 17th and 18th May 2018

Dr. Gangavathi P is awarded as ‘Distinguished faculty Award’ by Indo Global Chamber of Commerce, Science and Industry on 4th Feb. 2018.

Dr. Gangavathi P is awarded as “Best Research Scientist- Female” by South Indian ASDF awards 2018 on 7th April 2018.

Harikrishna S P is awarded as “Bharath Vikas Award” by Institute of Self Reliance on 19th November 2017

Dr. Harikrishna S is awarded as “Best Young Scientist.” by South Indian ASDF awards 2018 on 7th April 2018.

Dr. Gangavathi P & Mr. Venkatesha P have authored Titled Additional Mathematics-I for engineering students

About

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ABOUT MECHANICAL

“If you love to work on engines, if u have an interest in manufacturing or if you have an aptitude for drawing then mechanical engineering might be your calling.” It is one of the oldest and the evergreen branch among all other branches of engineering. They deal with the concepts of mechanics, thermodynamics, robotics, kinematics, structural mechanics, fluid mechanics, power sector, refrigeration, air conditioning sector and aerospace. In this field you will have ample opportunity to demonstrate your skills in the lab. As a student of mechanical engineering, you will find yourself deep-diving into this core technical field that deals with various subjects broadly classified into the design, thermal and manufacturing streams.

ABOUT MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT IN SRI SAIRAM

The Department of Mechanical Engineering made its beginning with the establishment of the college in 1997.The department has well qualified teaching faculties and supporting technical staff led by an experienced foreman who strives for imparting best practical knowledge. The department also called as ‘Royal Mech’ conducts a technical program in the name of ‘MECHTECH’ . We have around 1500 books in our department library. Our students have been actively associating themselves with industries through Industrial projects, In plant training and Industrial visits with organizations like Escorts, TVS, Ashok Leyland, Rove lab, Bosch etc…Almost all the students are members of the professional societies of SAE, ISTE and IEI. We have the placement record of top core mechanical companies like Alpha 9 Marine services, Triveni turbines, Go Speedy Go, Westline shipping Management Pvt Ltd, Kayjay forgings Pvt Ltd, HYUNDAI Polytech along with TCS, WIPRO, HCL, INFOSYS, COGNIZANT etc…

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Mechanical engineering creates a base for students who aspire to lead their career in the fields of design, materials, manufacturing, CAD/CAM/CAE, Automation, Mechatronics, MEMS (Micro Electrical Mechanical Systems), FEM as well as managerial aspects of industry. Mechanical engineering graduates are sought after by employers in most sectors of the engineering industry including aerospace, automobile, chemical, construction, defence, industrial electronics, IT, materials, pharmaceutical, railway etc…

Achievement

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Microsoft – Bug Fix – Mr. JAYATEERTHA – 2nd Sem – CSE Dept

Congratulations!!!
Mr JAYATEERTHA, 2ND semester, CSE Department, SSCE, Bangalore.
He found a bug in a subdomain of @Microsoft (imagineacademy.microsoft.com) which faced XSS (cross-side scripting)bug.
He has reported the bug to secure@microsoft.com
in the month of March and continued to be in contact with Microsoft security team till the bug is fixed.
On 1st May, He received a confirmation mail from Microsoft stating that –A fix was confirmed for the issue you presented.
Microsoft has recognized the efforts and published on their public security researcher acknowledgement page: “Security Researcher Acknowledgments for Microsoft Online Services”.
Microsoft appreciated him by providing the following Swag:
1. T-SHIRT(with MSRC bug bounty programme mentioned as an emblem),
2. Pen,
3. Tote bag,
4. Stickers (white hat verified written on them).BADGE
Thanks to Microsoft….for the great recognition…

Mr JAYATEERTHA, 2nd semester, Dept of CSE, for finding a bug in the sub domain of Microsoft (imagine academy microsoft.com) and the recognition by Microsoft in public security researcher acknowledgement page- “Security Researcher Acknowledgments for Microsoft Online Services”.

Name of the activityName of the Award/ recognitionName of the Awarding government/ recognized bodiesYear of award
In The Field Of MathematicsYoung Women In Science Dr.Gangavathi PVenus International Foundation for the contribution and Achievement in the Field of Mathematics.2017
Significant Contribution in field of TeachingIndo Global Distinguished Faculty award Dr.Gangavathi PIndo Global Chamber of Commerce2018
Indo Global Summit 2017Research Excellence Dr.HarikrishnaIndus Foundation2017
For Research And Academic PerformanceOpen Research Award Dr.HarikrishnaConfederation of Education Excellence2017
For Research And Academic PerformanceBharath Vikas Award Dr.HarikrishnaInstitute of Self Reliance2017
Research and Industry awards for the year 2018Best Young Scientist Dr. HarikrishnaASDF2018
Research and Industry awards for the year 2018Best Research Scientist Dr. Gangavathi pASDF2018

About

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About the Department

The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering is established in the year 1997 at the time of institution inception, with the approval of AICTE and affiliation to Visvesvaraya Technological University, has set in an open, student friendly atmosphere. We have a fine blend of dynamic and experienced faculty who provide quality education at UG level. With VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY Choice based curriculum, the Department places equal emphasis on theoretical and practical domains of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. The laboratories are highly modernized to reflect the rapidly changing trends in technology. The Department has well qualified faculty and excellent facilities for research. The faculty and students have publications in the reputed National and International Journals with good citations.

Electrical Engineering is an ever green discipline of engineering which focuses on generation, distribution and utilization of electrical power supported by rational change in the applied electronics. Electrical engineers generally design, develop, test, supervise and specialize in the manufacture of electrical equipment accommodating the latest technologies like PLC, software based controls, VR, robotics, artificial intelligence in creating unmanned controls in applications. Some of the equipments include electric motors; machinery controls, automation in all sectors, lighting, and wiring for energy efficient buildings; automotives, mechatronics, power generation, controlling and transmission devices used by electric utilities, tractions, signal processing and control systems . The study of interdisciplinary engineering subjects based on curriculum design makes the electrical engineer a versatile one. The thrust in the areas like HVDC, MEMS control and intelligent systems, signals, embedded systems, clean energy, have created a room for research.

Job opportunities

Electrical engineering has immense potential. Obtaining an engineering degree in Electrical & Electronics Engineering will open the door to many opportunities. In today’s high-tech world, this engineering degree is a great foundation for careers in traditional engineering fields as well as for careers in industries, software and hardware, management, sales, government, PSUs, healthcare, research, academics, Defense, consultancy and more. A recent survey conducted by the Association of Electrical Engineers says that there will be a requirement of more than 2, 00,000 EEE graduates every year in India alone.

Infrastructure

The laboratory infrastructure of the department is excellent with state of art equipments and software related to the field of Engineering. The extensive facilities available in the laboratories which could be utilized for research work, in addition to the lab courses as per the affiliating University requirement for UG.

The department has spacious ICT enabled classrooms, seminar hall, well-equipped laboratories, project building labs. The department has a dedicated computer lab with 40 systems, all in a networked environment with un- interrupted power supply and high speed wi-fi connectivity.

The role of a library is critical in making a knowledgeable society. In view of this the department functions with a library with a collection of standard books for the faculty and students to refer and enhance their knowledge. The department Library collection also includes NPTEL videos, e-resources in various subjects as per the academic syllabus.

 

 

R&D cell

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We at Sri Sairam College of Engineering are focusing more on Applied Research Programs and need based technology. Accordingly R & D Cell has been established with VTU affiliation to promote and monitor the research Programs. R & D cell is headed by a Director and supported by a coordinator and office staff. The R & D cell has an advisory board with senior faculty members.

It is observed that from the last decade; the Research community in Engineering is growing rapidly and needs to be connected with the Engineering innovation. To achieve the objective of the Research Centre, we established a Techno Socio relevant ambience in the campus for conducting Innovative research to bridge the gap between Industry and academia.

The centre has an inter-disciplinary research groups of various fields to conduct research, such as Robotics, Aerospace, Micro fluidics, Nano materials, Machinability etc.

The centre provides necessary infrastructure for students and faculty to conduct research projects in thrust areas of Science and Engineering. We nurture young researchers by establishing specific area of research in order to keep pace with expanding frontiers of knowledge and global developments.

Objectives

  • To promote applied research activities to bridge the gap between academia and industry
  • To develop products, processes and innovative projects to improve the quality of human life
  • Develop and support existing and emerging research strengths
  • Facilitate multidisciplinary research excellence
  • Make efforts to establish research partnerships with Government, Industry and other Universities

Research committee

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Sl. No
NameDesignation
1
Dr. Y. Vijaya KumarDirector
2
Dr. P. GangavathiDean
3
Dr. C. Anil KumarCoordinator
4
Dr. B. ShadaksharappaMember
5
Dr. Sivasakti BalanMember
6
Dr. S. Hari KrishnaMember
7
Dr. R. Arun KumarMember
8
Prof. C. SivaprakashMember
9
Prof. K.V. Malini Member
10
Prof. C. BalajiMember
11
Prof. V. Bheemeshwara ReddyMember
12
Prof. Sachin A TelangMember

Gallery

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Events and Achievements

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Title of the invention- A Smart Hybrid Cooking System, by Prof. Malini K V, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering
Sl. No
TitleFaculty Name
1
"Power Generation in Rail Cars by
Inverted Type Wind Turbine"
Dr. C. Anil Kumar,
Sri SaiRam College of Engg.,
Bangalore.
2
"An Improved Rotary Engine"Mr. Anand .K.A,
Dept. Of Mehanincal Engg.,
Sri SaiRam College of Engg.,
Bangalore.
3
"Smart New Generation Electricity"Mr. Ravi V Angadi,
Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering,
Sri SaiRam College of Engg.,
Bangalore
  • Infosys
  • M/s EdGate Technologies Pvt. Limited
  • CSM Software Pvt. Limited
  • EMC Academic Alliance
  • Prolific Systems & Automations Pvt. Limited
  • EdGate Texas Instruments India
  • Sieger Technologies
  • IFERP
  • NSEIT
  • Hire Mee
  • Best Infrastructure Institution of the year 2015 By ASDF
  • Best Structured Institute of the year 2015
  • The Best Educational Group of Institutions of the year 2016
Name of the Awardee with contact detailsName of the AwardName of the Awarding AgencyYear of Award
Dr. B. ShadaksharappaBest Educationist AwardGovernment of Karnataka-National2013
Dr. B. ShadaksharappaIndia International Achievers Award For Education Excellence”Government of Karnataka -National2013
Dr. B. ShadaksharappaRastriya Vidya Gaurav Gold Medal AwardGovernment of Karnataka- National2013
Dr. B. ShadaksharappaLifetime Education Excellence AwardGovernment of Karnataka- National2013
Prof. C. SivaprakashBest Academic Circuit FacultyASDF2018
Prof. K.V. MaliniReceived prestigious award of “National award of Excellence, Coordinator “Entrepreneurship Council of India(ECI)2016
Prof. K.V. MaliniMember of National Experts Advisory Committee(NEAC), DSTgovt. of India as a recognition to the work as Innovation and Entrepreneurship development centre, IEDC ,DST coordinator2017
Prof. K.V. MaliniDistinguished Woman In EngineeringVenus International Foundation for the contribution in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering in academics2017
Prof. K.V. MaliniBest Academic Familiar Faculty – Female.ASDF2018
A. MuthuvelBest Young Researcher AwardSIAA, ASDF2017
Dr. K. Sivasakthi BalanBest Familiar Male Faculty AwardSIAA, ASDF2017
Dr. Y. VijayakumarBest PrincipalSIAA, ASDF2017
A. MuthuvelBest Citizens of India AwardInternational Publishing House, New Delhi.2017
Dr. K. Sivasakthi BalanRashtriya Gaurav AwardInternational Friendship Society2017
Dr. K. Sivasakthi Balan
A. Muthuvel
Project Selected For Record In India Books of RecordsIndia Books Of Records2017
Dr. K. Sivasakthi Balan
A. Muthuvel
Project Selected For Top 100 Record Holders In India Books Of RecordsIndia Books Of Records2017
C. Anil Kumar Best Faculty AwardIASTE2017
C. Anil Kumar Best Academic Familiar Faculty – Male.ASDF2018
Prof. V. BalajiBest Academic Familiar Faculty – Male.ASDF2018
Dr. P. GangavathiYoung Women in ScienceVenu International Foundation2017
Dr. P. GangavathiIndo Global Distinguished faculty AwardIndo Global Chamber of Commerce2018
Dr. P. GangavathiBest Research Scientist- Female.ASDF2018
Dr. S. HarikrishnaResearch ExcellenceIndus Foundation2017
Dr. S. HarikrishnaOpen Research AwardConfederation of Education Excellence2017
Dr. S. HarikrishnaBharath Vikas AwardInstitute of Self Reliance2017
Dr. S. HarikrishnaBest Young Scientist.ASDF2018
Prof. V. Bheemeswara ReddyBest Academic Familiar Faculty – Male.ASDF2018
Prof. V. Bheemeswara Reddy“Education Award for Excellence”Confederation of Education Excellence (CEE)2017
Prof. V. Bheemeswara Reddy“Best Placement Officer Award”Indus Foundation2017
Prof. V. Bheemeswara Reddy“ Bharat Vikas Award”Institute Of Self Reliance, Bhubaneshwar, Odissha2017
Prof. V. Bheemeswara Reddy“Official Spotlight Award”EET CRS Research wing for excellence in professional education & Industry2018
Sl. No.
Title of the BookAuthorDepartment
1
Additional Mathematics-IDr. P. GangavathiS&H- Maths
2
Additional Mathematics-IMr. VenkateshS&H- Maths
3
Engineering PhysicsProf. V. PrakashS&H- Physics
4
Engineering Physics- Practical manual with Viva- VoceProf. V. PrakashS&H- Physics
5
Data Base Management SystemsProf. KalamaniCSE
Sl. No.
Name of the StaffRSRIDesignationDepartment
1
Dr. Y. Vijaya KumarVTU08172507ProfessorMechanical
2
Dr. C. Anil KumarVTU08171015ProfessorMechanical
3
Dr. P. GangavathiVTU09171067Associate ProfessorApplied Mathematics
4
Dr. Ariun Kumar RajendranMechanical
5
Dr. B. ShadaksharappaComputer Science and Engg
6
Dr. Sivasakti balanMechanical
7
Dr. Hari krishnaChemistry
Name of Principal
Investigator
Duration of project
(IN YEARS)
Name of the research projectName of
funding agency
Year of sanctionDepartment of recipient
Dr. Shadaksharappa
Head(CSE) & Vice Principal

Team members:
Rajesh
SriJayanth
Ashwath Sivaswamy
Chaithra
One yearAGRIKART- a New Revolutionunder the Department
of DST(Govt. of India)
2016-2017CSE
Mr. Reji Thomas
Asst.Prof/CSE
Mr. Santhosh Kumar
Asst. Prof/ECE

Team members:
Suhanya(CSE)
Ishwarya Lakshmi(CSE)
Bindhu(ECE)
Lavanya(ECE)
One yearE bin – Waste SeparationDepartment of DST
(Govt. of India)
2016-2017CSE
Dr. Shadaksharappa
Head(CSE) & Vice Principal,
Mrs.Lorate Shiny
Asst.Prof/CSE

Team members:
Nirosha SV
Sunethra C
Sunitha N
One yearPublic Water Supply Grid Monitoring To Avoid Tampering and Waterman Fraud Using IOTKSCST Karnataka
Achievement
2016-2017CSE
Dr. Shadaksharappa
Head(CSE) & Vice Principal

Mr.Venkatesh Kumar
Asst.professor, CSE Dept.,

Mr.Manikanndan
Asst.professor, CSE Dept.,
One year“Automation Of Dry-Wet Collection To Support Swachh Bharath Abhiyaan & Monitoring Over Iot”SS12 - age of innovation (international project)
IEEE championship - 2016”, held on 26th & 27th September,in
KCT Institute of Technology,
Coimbatore, Tamilnadu
2016-2017CSE
Dr. Shadaksharappa
Head(CSE) & Vice Principal

Mr. Venkatesh Kumar
Asst.professor, CSE Dept.,
One year“Automation Of Dry-Wet Collection To Support Swachh Bharath Abhiyaan & Monitoring Over Iot”ISTE Student Chapter State Level Student Symposium / Project Exhibition Event was organized by, Shri Madhwa Vadiraja Institute of Technology, Udupi on 4th of November 2016, secured 3rd prize with cash reward of Rs. 5000.00 in the IIOT 2K16 event.2016-2017CSE
Dr. Shadaksharappa
Head(CSE) & Vice Principal

Mr. Manikanndan
Asst.professor, CSE Dept.,
One year“AUTOMATION OF DRY-WET COLLECTION TO SUPPORT SWACHH BHARATH ABHIYAAN & MONITORING OVER IoT”Project Competition and Exhibition organized by, Veltech Dr. RR & Dr. SR University, Chennai, on 23rd & 24th of February 20172016-2017CSE
Dr. Shadaksharappa
Head(CSE) & Vice Principal

Mr. Manikanndan
Asst.professor, CSE Dept.,
One year“AUTOMATION OF DRY-WET COLLECTION TO SUPPORT SWACHH BHARATH ABHIYAAN & MONITORING OVER IoT”“ISRO CoE, Bangalore & “AAKAAR” IIT Bombay and secured2016-2017CSE
Dr. Shadaksharappa
Head(CSE) & Vice Principal

Mr. Venkatesh Kumar
Asst.professor, CSE Dept.,
One yearFREYR DRONE – PESTICIDES DRONE FOR AGRICULTURE APPLICATIONSProject presented and exhibited in Dr. Veltech University2016-2017CSE
Dr. Shadaksharappa
Head(CSE) & Vice Principal

Mr. Venkatesh Kumar
Asst.professor, CSE Dept.,
One yearAGRIBOT- “Framer’s Friend”Project Competition & Markers fair in JSS college of Technical Academy, Bangalore2016-2017CSE
Dr. Shadaksharappa
Head(CSE) & Vice Principal

Mr. Venkatesh Kumar
Asst.professor, CSE Dept.,
One yearKAPI DHWAJA – “Road Safety”Technotsava’17 in JSS college of Technical Academy, Bangalore2016-2017CSE
Dr. B. Shadaksharappa
P. Kalamani
1 YearSSSS-Senior Security Supervise systemKSCST2015-2016CSE
C. Sivaprakash
N. Bhuvaneshwari
1Environment pollution monitoringKCST2016-17ECE
N. Santhosh Kumar
Halessh H R
1Smart Dust BinIEDC2016-17ECE
G.V. Raja
Suganya
1Wireless Mobile ChargerIEDC2015-16ECE
N. Santhosh Kumar
Halessh H R
1FU-SURE INSTROIEDC2014-15ECE
N. Santhosh Kumar
Halessh H R
1Detection of Fake notes within ATM machineVGST2014-15ECE
N. Santhosh Kumar
Halessh H R
1Monitoring vehicle exhaustKCST2014-15ECE
Ms. k.V. Malini
Mr. Ravi V. Angadi
I yearSNGE-SMART NEW GENERATION ELECTRICITYIEDC
DST
2016-17EEE
Ms. K.V. Malini
Ms. K. Ramya
I yearTAP-MEIEDC
DST
2016-17EEE
Ms. K.V. Malini
Mrs. R. Gunasekari
I yearVOV FIERO- A FIRE FIGHTING ROBOIEDC
DST
2015-16EEE
Ms. K.V. Malini
Mrs. R. Gunasekari
I yearKRUSHI RAKSHAK: A FIELD GUARD FARMERS FRIENDIEDC
DST
2015-16EEE
Ms. K.V. Malini
Mrs. R. Gunasekari
I yearSuvidhan- a fair food distribution systemIEDC
DST
2014-15EEE
Ms. K.V. Malini
Mrs. R. Gunasekari
I yearI-Glove – a multipurpose glove for the aid of Mute people (specially privilaged)IEDC
DST
2014-15EEE
Mr. Ravi V. Angadi
Mr. J. Madhava Rao
6monthsAutomated Ambulance Detection And Traffic Control Using Zigbeeand GsmKSCST2014-15EEE
Mrs. R. Gunasekari
Ms. K.V. Malini
I yearSmart Heating Using A RefrigeratorIEDC DST2013-14EEE
Mrs. R. Gunasekari
Ms. K.V. Malini
I yearMagico RullstolIEDC DST2013-14EEE
R. Gunasekari6monthsElectrical Energy Harvesting Tiles Based On Hybrid Piezoelectric TechnologyKSCST2013-14EEE
R. Gunasekari6monthsWifi Ambiquation To Charge PacemakerKSCST2013-14EEE
Dr. k. Sivasakthi Balan
A. Muthuvel
1Robotic Arm For Physically Challenged PeoplesInnovation And Entrepreneurship Development Centre Iedc2017MECHANICAL
Dr. K. Sivasakthi Balan
A. Muthuvel
1Bore Well Child Rescue RobotInnovation And Entrepreneurship Development Centre Iedc2015MECHANICAL
A. Muthuvel4Numerical Simulation Of Hull – Propeller Interaction For Underwater Vehicle With Mounted PropellersThe Naval Research Board Project-Hydro Dynamic Panel24.11.2008 TO 17.06. 2012MECHANICAL
Dr. C. Anil Kumar1“Project Id -Rdpg2015056” – “Characterization Of Graphene Polymer Composite”--2014-15MECHANICAL
Dr. K. Sivasakthi Balan1--Industry – Institute Partnership Cell Aicte(2010-12).MECHANICAL

Name of the Project/ Endowments, ChairsName of the Principal
Investigator
Department of PrincipalYear of AwardFunds providedDuration of the project
Research project sanctioned Under VTU Research Scheme (Grant Scheme 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12)Dr. Y. Vijayakumar
Mr. Ravi. V. Angadi
EEE5th May 20128.5 lacs2 Years
Fabrication of Multiseater VehicleDr. K. Sivasakthi Balan
A. Muthuvel
Mechanical2016-20176.0 lacs1 Year

Faculty

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List of faculty

hod-mech

Head of the Department

Name : Prof. Balaji.V Qualification :B.E, M-Tech (Ph.D))Department :Mechanical Engineering.
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Sl.NoNameDesignationQualificationEmail Id
1Prof.Balaji.VAsst Prof & HODM.Tech, (PhD )hod.mech@sairamce.edu.in
2Dr.C.AnilkumarProfessorM.E., PhDanilkumar.mech@sairamce.edu.in
3Dr.SivasakthiBalan KAsst.ProfessorM.E., PhDbalan.mech@sairamce.edu.in
4Prof.Yogananda B SAsst.ProfessorM.E., MBA, (PhD)yogananda.mech@sairamce.edu.in
5Prof.Durai JAsst.ProfessorM.E (CAD)duraij.mech@sairamce.edu.in
6Prof.Vijai. RAsst.ProfessorM.E.(CAD)vijayr.mech@sairamce.edu.in
7Prof.R.SaravanakumarAsst.ProfessorM.E (CAD), (PhD ) saravanakumarr.mech@sairamce.edu.in
8Prof.A.MuthuvelAsst.ProfessorB.Tec, MS (By Research)muthuvel.mech@sairamce.edu.in
9Prof.ArunaShanbhogAsst.ProfessorM.E (Engg.Design)arunas.mech@sairamce.edu.in
10Prof.HarishBabu LAsst.ProfessorM.E (Engg.Design)harishbabu.mech@sairamce.edu.in
11Prof.VinodkumarBiradarAsst.ProfessorM.Tech(Machine Design)vinodkumar.mech@sairamce.edu.in
12Prof.Arun kumar.M.RAsst.ProfessorM-Tech(Machine Design)arunkumarmr.mech@sairamce.edu.in
13Prof.Ayiswarya.GAsst.ProfessorM.E (Structural Engg)ayiswarya.mech@sairamce.edu.in
14Prof.Rajesh Kumar NAsst.ProfessorM.E (Engineering Design)rajeshkumarn.mech@sairamce.edu.in
15Prof Jeyasri.JAsst.ProfessorM.E (Thermal Engg)jeyasrij.mech@sairamce.edu.in
16Prof.Sridhar C SAsst.ProfessorM.Tech (Machine Design)sridharcs.mech@sairamce.edu.in
17Prof.Rajini RAsst.ProfessorM.Tech (CADE In Structural Engg)rajinir.mech@sairamce.edu.in
18Prof.Anand.K.AAsst.ProfessorM.Tech ( Thermal Power Engg)anandka.mech@sairamce.edu.in
19Prof.Sachin.Anant.TelangAsst.ProfessorM.Tech ( Thermal Power Engg)sachintelang.mech@sairamce.edu.in
20Prof.Ramya.RAsst.ProfessorM.Tech ( Manufacturing Technology)ramyar.mech@sairamce.edu.in
21Prof.Srinivas.RAsst.ProfessorM.Tech (Machine Design) (PhD)srinivas.mech@sairamce.edu.in

List of supporting staff

Sl.No.NameDesignation
1Mr.K. MAGESHSystem Admin
2Mrs.VIDHYA BANAKARLab Instructor
3Mr.K. SUNDARA RAJANAsst.Forman
4Mr.BADARINARAYANA.M.SLab Assistant
5Mr.HUSAIN SAHEB L.JAIHALAsst.Lab Instructor
6Mr.NANDISH REDDY. SLab Assistant
7Mr.VENKATASWAMY REDDYLab Instructor
8Mr.HARISHA .SLab.Assistant
9Mr.MANI. KAttender
10Mr.LAKSHMI NARAYANA SWAMY.PAttender
11Mr.KARTHIK REDDY. NAttender

Labarotary

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Lab facilities:

PHYSICS LAB DESCRIPTION

  • Determine the Fermi energy of given metal.
  • Evaluating Radius of curvature of plano convex lens.
  • Measure Rigidity modulus and Young’s modulus of a material.
  • Determine the wave length of Laser.
  • Draw characteristics of Zener diode, Photo diode and Transistor.
  • Verify Stefan’s constant.
  • Identify Capacitor, Inductor and Resistor in the circuit.
  • Determine the dielectric constant.

CHEMISTRY LAB DESCRIPTION

S:noLab
1Chemical analysis of ores like haematite
2Chemical analysis of alloys like brass
3Chemical analysis of water for different parameters like hardness, metal ions, chloride, sulphates, fluorides, pH, alkalinity etc.,
4Analysis of industrial sewage for COD,BOD, dissolved oxygen etc.,
5Colorimetric estimation of copper and viscosity determinations

Labarotary

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Sl.NoNAME OF THE LABORATORY
1Workshop Practice Lab
2Machine Shop Lab
3Material Testing Lab
4Fluid Mechanics & Machinery Lab
5Foundry & Forging Lab
6Energy Conversion Lab
7Heat Transfer Lab
8Design Lab
9CAED/CAMD
10Modeling and Analysis Lab
11Computer Integrated Manufacturing Lab
12Mechanical Measurements and Metrology Lab

WORKSHOP PRACTICE LAB

Workshop practice is the backbone of the real industrial environment which helps to develop and enhance relevant technical hand skills required by the technician working in the various engineering industries and workshops. This course intends to impart basic know-how of various hand tools and their use in different sections of manufacturing. Irrespective of branch, the use of workshop practices in day to day industrial as well domestic life helps to dissolve the problems.

FACILITIES

34 Bench Vices, 2 Welding Machines, Hand Shear Cutting Machine, Surface Plate, Pipe Vice.

MACHINE SHOP LAB

The Machine shop is the heart and soul of mechanical engineering branch. It deals with the various machining operations such as turning, milling, shaping, thread cutting, slotting, drilling etc.

FACILITIES:

Lathe, Milling Machine, Shaping Machine, Drilling Machine, Surface Grinding Machine, Pedestal Grinding Machine, Power Hacksaw Machine etc.

MATERIAL TESTING LAB:

The Material Testing Laboratory is equipped with destructive and non-destructive testing machines like UTM, impact and torsion testing machine, hardness and wear testing machine, and dye penetration. The mechanical properties of material in tension, compression, impact, torsion, bending, wear, and hardness are evaluated here.

FACILITIES:

Brinell Hardness Testing Machine, Rockwell Hardness Testing Machine, Impact Testing Machine, Universal Testing Machine, Wear Testing Machine, Torsion Testing Machine, Crack Detector Apparatus

CAED/CAMD LAB

CAED lab houses computers with Solid Edge software’s which cater the needs of first year students for Computer Aided Engineering Drawing. The 3D workbench module is used by the second year Mechanical Students for Computer Aided Machine Drawing.

FACILITIES:

60 numbers High configuration Dell desktop systems with licensed AutoCAD version 2016.

CIM/AUTOMATION LAB

CIM & Automation Laboratory is used to train the students on CNC programming, simulation and machining. Extensive exposure is provided by using Computer Aided Machining packages like NCTurn 10, NCMill 10, CAPSTurn 10.0, CAPSMill 10.0 etc.

FACILITIES:

CNC vertical machining center, CNC turning centre, 3D printing machine, 6 Axis Aristo Robot, Basic hydraulic and pneumatic training kit, CAM software and Aristosim software.

DESIGN LAB

Strength, life, durability are the prominent words in the design field. Prominent knowledge of design of machine components will be provided through experiments like vibration monitoring equipments. Continuous shaft system, governors, photo-elasticity experimental set up etc.

FACILITIES:

Journal Bearing Set up, Whirling of shaft, Governor apparatus, Gyroscope, Balancing of masses, vibration set up, Polariscope, Strain Rosette apparatus

ENERGY CONVERSION LAB

In this laboratory, students will have the opportunity to study the working principle of IC engines (both SI and CI engines), performance and characteristics in terms of heat balancing, economical speed variations, air fuel ratio influence on the engine to reinforce classroom theory by having the student perform required tests, analyze subsequent data, and present the results in a professionally prepared report.

FACILITIES:

Cut sectioned petrol and diesel engines, Multi cylinder petrol engine, Single cylinder petrol engine, 4-Stroke diesel engine, Variable compression ratio diesel engine, Boiler models, Assembly and dis-assembly of engines. Viscometers, Calorimeter, Flash and Fire apparatus, carbon residue apparatus.

FOUNDRY & FORGING LAB

Foundry and Forging are the most primitive techniques to bring material to required shape and size. Casting is a technique where material is treated above its melting points to bring it to molten state and poured in to mould of the required shape. Forging is a process of heating the material to a temperature above re-crystallization but below its melting temperature. With the application of pressure material formed to required shape.

FACILITIES:

Hearth Forge, Anvil, Swage Block, Sand Testing Analysis, Sieve Analysis, Clay Content, Permeability, Universal Sand Testing Machine, Core hardness testing machine.

FLUID MECHANICS LAB

A basic knowledge of Fluid mechanics is essential for all the scientists and engineers because they frequently come across a variety of problems involving flow of fluids such as in aerodynamics, force of fluid on structural surfaces, fluid transport. This fluid mechanics lab helps to understand these physical processes more closely.

FACILITIES:

Venturi & orifice meters, Pipe friction, Impact of jets, Flow through notches and weirs, Impulse and reaction turbines, Centrifugal and reciprocating pumps.

HEAT TRANSFER LAB

Heat & mass transfer laboratory provides knowledge about various modes of heat & mass transfer like conduction, convection, radiation and boiling. The laboratory is well equipped with experimental set-ups to teach conduction, convection and radiation and boiling –condensation. The lab augments practical skills of students which can be applied in process industries, power plant and automobile sector.

FACILITIES:

Composite slab, Stefan Boltzmann, Emissitivity test, Metal rod, Pin fin, Transient natural, forced convections. Refrigeration test rig, Parallel and counter flow apparatus, Air Condition test rig, Thermal Conductivity apparatus.

MECHANICAL MEASUREMENTS AND METROLOGY LAB

To demonstrate the theoretical concepts taught in Mechanical Measurements & Metrology. To understand and use various measuring tools. Understand calibration of various measuring devices. To learn the measurement of bores by internal micrometers and dial bore indicators. To learn the measurement of the Angle and taper s by Bevel protractor, Sine bars, etc.

FACILITIES:

Pressure Gauge, Thermocouple, LVDT, Load Cell, Strain gauge, Optical Projector, Tool Maker Microscope, Sine bar, Sine Center, Bevel Protractor, Autocollimator, Lathe tool dynamometer, drill tool dynamometer, Surface roughness, mechanical comparator, gear tooth vernier, gear tooth micrometer, slip gauges, Optical Flats.

Workshops

A. Fitting Section
Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1STUDY OF ELECTRIC ARC WELDING TOOLS &EQUIPMENTS
2MAKE ELECTRIC ARC WELDING MODELS
ABUTT JOINT
BLAP JOINT
CT-JOINT
DL- JOINT
B. Welding
Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1STUDY OF ELECTRIC ARC WELDING TOOLS &EQUIPMENTS
2MAKE ELECTRIC ARC WELDING MODELS
ABUTT JOINT
BLAP JOINT
CT-JOINT
DL- JOINT
C.Carpentary
Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1STUDY & DEMONATRATION OF CARPENTARY TOOLS ,JOINTS &OPERATIONS
D.Sheet Metal
Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1STUDY & DEMONATRATION OF SHEET METAL &SOLDERING WORK

Machine Shop

A.Lathe Machine

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1MAKE FOLLOWING MODELS ON LATHE WITH FOLLOWING OPERATIONS
APLAIN TURNING
BTAPER TURNING
CSTEP TURNING
DTHREAD CUTTING
EFACING
FKNURLING
GDRILLING
HBORING
IINTERNAL THREAD CUTTING
JECCENTRIC TURNING

B.Shaping Machine

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1MAKE FOLLOWING MODELS ON SHAPING MACHINE WITH FOLLOWING OPERATIONS
ACUTTING OF “ V “ GROOVE
BCUTTING OF “ DOVETAIL “ GROOVE
CCUTTING OF “ RECTANGULAR “ GROOVE

C.Milling Machine

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1CUTTING OF GEAR TEETH USING MILLING MACHINE

3.Fluid

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1DETERMINATION OF COEFFICIENT OF FRICTION OF FLOW IN A PIPE
2DETERMINATION OF MINOR LOSSES IN FLOW THROUGH PIPES
3DETERMINATION OF FORCE DEVELOPED BY IMPACT OF JET ON VANES.
4CALIBRATION OF FLOW MEASURING DEVICES
AORIFICE PLATE METER
BNOZZLE
CVENTURIMETER
DV-NOTCH

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1PERFORMANCE TESTING OF TURBINES
APELTON WHEEL
BFRANCIS TURBINE
CKAPLAN TURBINE
2PERFORMANCE TESTING OF PUMPS
ASINGLE STAGE CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS
BRECIPROCATING PUMP
3PERFORMANCE TEST OF A TWO STAGE RECIPROCATING AIR COMPRESSOR
4PERFORMANCE TEST ON AIRBLOWER

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1PREPARATION OF SPECIMEN FOR METALLOGRAPIC EXAMINATION OF DIFFERENT ENGINEERING MATERIALS
2IDENTIFICATION OF MICROSTRUCTURES OF
APLAIN CARBON STEEL
BTOOL STEEL
CGREY CAST IRON
DSG IRON
EBRASS
FBRONZE
GCOMPOSITES
3NON-DESTRUCTIVE TEST EXPERIMENTS LIKE
AMAGNETIC CRACK DETECTION
BDYE PENETRATION TESTING TO STUDY THE DEFECTS OF CASTED & WELDED SPECIMENS
CULTRASONIC FLAW DETECTION
4HEAT TREATMENT –ANNEALING,NORMALISING,HARDENING & TEMPERING OF STEEL, HARDNESS STUDIES OF HEAT-TREATED SAMPLES.
5TO STUDY THE WEAR CHARACTERISTICS OF FERROUS, NON FERROUS & COMPOSITE MATERIAL FOR DIFFERENT PARAMETERS

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1TENSILE,SHEAR & COMPRESSION TESTS OF
METALLIC & NON METALLIC SPECIMENS USING UNIVERSAL TESTING MACHINE
2TORSION TESTS
3BENDING TEST ON METALLIC & NON METALLIC SPECIMENS
4IZOD AND CHARPY TESTS ON M.S. SPECIMEN
5HARDNES TEST
ABRINELL
BROCKWELL
CVICKERS
6FATIGUE TEST

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1CALIBARATION OF PRESSURE GAUGE
2CALIBARATION OF THERMOCOUPLE
3CALIBARATION OF LVDT
4CALIBARATION OF LOAD CELL
5DETERMINATION OF MODULUS OF ELASTICITY OF A MILD STEEL SPECIMEN USING STRAIN GAUGES

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
6MEASUREMENTS USING
AOPTICAL PROJECTOR
BTOOLMAKER MICROSCOPE
7MEASUREMENTS USING
ASINE CENTRE
BSINE BAR
CBEVEL PROTRACTOR
8MEASUREMENTS OF ALIGNMENT USING AUTOCOLLIMATOR/ROLLER SET
10MEASUREMENT OF SCREW THREAD PARAMETER USING
9MEASUREMENTS OF CUTTING FORCES USING
ALATHE TOOL DYNAMOMETER
BDRILL TOOL DYNAMOMETER
10MEASUREMENT OF SCREW THREAD PARAMETER USING
ATWO WIRW METHOD
BTHREE WIRE METHOD
11MEASUREMENTS OF SURFACE ROUGHNESS USING TALLY SURF/MECHANICAL COMPARATOR.
12MEASUREMENT OF GEAR TOOTH PROFILE USING GEAR TOOTH VERNIER/GEAR TOOTH MICROMETER.
13CALIBARATION OF MICROMETER USING SLIP GAUGES
14MEASUREMENT USING OPTICAL FLATS

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1PREPARATION OF SAND SPECIMENS & CONDUCTION OF THE FOLLOWING TEST
ACOMPRESSION,SHEAR & TENSIL TEST ON UNIVERSAL SAND TESTING MACHINE
2PERMEABILITY TEST
3CORE HARDNESS &MOULD HARDNESS TEST.
4GRAIN FITNESS NUMBERTEST(SIEVE ANALYSIS TEST)
5CLAY CONTENT TEST
6MOISTURE CONTENT TEST

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1USE OF FOUNDARY TOOLS & OTHER EQUIPMENTS
2PREPARATION OF MOULDS USING TWO MOULDING BOXES
AUSING PATTERNS(SPLIT PATTERNS,MATCH PLATE,& CORE BOXES )
BWITHOUT PATTERNS
3PREPARATION OF CASTING(ALUMINUM OR CAST IRON ) DEMONSTRATION ONLY

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1PREPARING FORGED MODELS-INVOLVING
AUPSETTING-OPERATION
BDRAWING-OPERATION
CBENDING-OPERATION
USE POWER HAMMER FOR AT LEAST ONE MODEL

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1DETERMINATION OF FLASH POINT & FIRE POINTOF LUBRICATING OIL USING
AABEL PENSKY AND MARTIN(CLOSED)
BCLEAVLAND (OPEN CUP ) APPRATUS.
2DETERMINATION OF CALORIFIC VALUE OF SOLID,LIQUID & GASEOUS FUELS.
3DETERMINATION OF VISCOSITY OF A LUBRICATING OIL USING
REDWOODS,SAYBOLTS & TORSION VISCOMETERS.
4VALVE TIMING/PORT OPENING DIAGRAM OF AN I.C.ENGINE(4 STROKE/2 STROKE)
5USE OF PLANIMETER

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1PERFORMANCE TEST ON I.C.ENGINES& CALCULATIONS
AFOUR STROKE DIESEL ENGINE
BFOUR STROKE PETROL ENGINE
CMULTI CYLINDER DIESEL/PETROL ENGINE(MORSE TEST )
DTWO STROKE PETROL ENGINE
EVARIABLE COMPRESSION RATIO I.C ENGINE

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1DETERMINATION OF NATURAL FREQUENCY,LOGARITHMIC DECREMENT,DAMPING RATIO & DAMPING COEFFICIENT IN A SINGLE DEGREE OF FREEDOM VIBRATING SYSTEMS( LONGITUDINAL & TORSIONAL )
2BALANCING OF ROTATING MASSES.
3DETERMINATION OF CRITICAL SPEED OF A ROTATING SHAFT.
4DETERMINATION OF FRINGE CONSTANT OF PHOTOELASTI MATERIAL USING.
ACIRCULSR DISC SUBJECTED TO DIAMETRAL COMPRESSION.
BPURE BENDING SPECIMEN(FOUR POINT BENDING)
5DETERMINATION OF STRESS CONCENTRATION USING . PHOTOELASTICITY FOR SIMPLE COMPONENTS LIKE -
APLATE WITH A HOLE UNDER TENSION OR BENDING
BCIRCULAR DISC WITH CIRCULAR HOLE UNDER COMPRESSION, 2D CRANE HOOK

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
6DETERMINATION OF EQUILIBRIUM SPEED,SENSITIVENESS,POWER & EFFORT OF PORTER/PROWEL/HARTNEL GOVERNOR
7DETERMINATION OF PRESSURE DISTRIBUTION IN JOURNAL BEARING.
8DETERMINATION OF PRINCIPAL STRESSES & STRAINS IN A MEMBER SUBJECTED TO COMBINED LOADING USING STRAIN ROSETTES
9DETERMINATION OF STRESSES IN CURVED BEAM USING STRAIN GAUGE.
10EXPERIMENTS ON GYROSCOPE (DEMONSTRATION ONLY )

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1CNC PART PROGRAMMING USING CAM PACKGES
ASIMULATION OF TURNING,DRILLING,MILLING OPERATION
B3 TYPICAL SIMULATIONS TO BE CARRIED OUT USING SIMULATION PACKAGES LIKE MASTER- CAM OR ANY EQUIVALENT SOFTWARE

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1FMS ( FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEM) :
PROGRAMMING OF AUTOMATIC STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL SYSTEM(ASRS) AND LINEAR SHUTTLE CONVEYOUR INTERFACING CNC LATHE MILLING WITH LOADING UNLOADING ARM AND ASRS TO BE CARRIED OUT ON SIMPLE COMPONENTS.
2ROBOT PROGRAMMING:
USING TEACH PENDENT & OFFLINE PROGRAMMING TO PERFORM PICK AND PLACE, STACKING OF OBJECTS,2 PROGRAMS

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1PNEUMATICS AND HYDRAULICS, ELECTRO-PNEUMATICS: 3 TYPICAL EXPERIMENTS ON BASICS OF THESE TOPICS TO BE CONDUCTED.

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
1DETERMINATION OF THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF A METAL ROD
2DETERMINATION OF OVERALL HEAT TRANSFER COEFFICIENT OF A COMPOSITE WALL.
3DETERMINATION OF EFFECTIVENESS ON A METALLIC FIN .
4DETERMINATION OF HEAT TRANSFER COEFFICIENT IN A FREE CONVENTION FLOW THROUGH A PIPE.
5DETERMINATION OF HEAT TRANSFER COEFFICIENT IN A FORCED CONVENTION FLOW THROUGH A PIPE
6DETERMINATION OF EMISSIVITY OF A SURFACE.

Sl.NoNAME OF EXPERIMENT
7DETERMINATION OF STEFAN BOLTZMAN CONSTANT.
8DETERMINATION OF LMDT AND EFFECTIVENESS IN A PARALLEL FLOW AND COUNTER FLOW HEAT EXCHANGERS.
9EXPERIMENTS ON BOILING OF LIQUID &CONDENSATION OF VAPOUR
10PERFORMANCE TEST ON A VAPOUR COMPRESSION REFRIGERATION.
11PERFORMANCE TEST ON A VAPOUR COMPRESSION AIR-CONDITIONER
12XPERIMENTS ON TRANSIENT CONDITION HEAT TRANSFER

Faculty

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Head of the Department

Name : Ms. MALINI K VQualification :BE, M.Tech, MBA, MIE, LMISTEDepartment :Electrical and Electronics Engineering View Profile

List of Teaching Staff

SL. NoStaff NameDesignationQualificationE-Mail ID
1Ms.Malini.K.VPROFESSOR & HODM.Tech,MBA,MIE,LMISTE, MISRD, MIAENGmalini.eee@ sairamce.edu.in
hod.eee@ sairamce.edu.in
2Ms. R. GunasekariASSISTANT PROFESSORME,(Ph.D), LMISTE,MISRD, MIE,. MIAENG,SMISEEEgunasekari.eee@sairamce.edu.in
3Mr. K.GopinathASSISTANT PROFESSORME, LMISTE,MISRD,MIE,MIAENGgopinath.eee@ sairamce.edu.in
4Ms .D.A.VennilaASSISTANT PROFESSORME, LMISTE,MISRD,MIEvennila.eee@ sairamce.edu.in
5Mr. J. MadhavaRaoASSISTANT PROFESSORM.Tech,(Ph.D) LMISTE,MISRD,AMIEmadhava.eee@ sairamce.edu.in
6Ms. K.RamyaASSISTANT PROFESSORM.Tech, (Ph.D) LMISTE,MISRD,MIAENG,MIEramya.eee@ sairamce.edu.in
7Mr. Ravi. V. AngadiASSISTANT PROFESSORM.Tech, LMISTE,AMIE,MISRDravi.eee@ sairamce.edu.in
8Ms.Mamatha.G.MASSISTANT PROFESSORM.Tech, LMISTE,MISRD,AMIEmamatha.eee@ sairamce.edu.in
9Mr.Prasantha KASSISTANT PROFESSORM.Tech,M.Sc MISTE,AMIE,ISRD,IAENG,ITEEAprasantha.eee@sairamce.edu.in
10Mr.MathudevanTutorME, MISTE,AMIEmathudevan.eee@sairamce.edu.in


List of Non-Teaching Staff
SL.NoStaff NameDesignationQualification
1Mr.M.ChandramohanASST LAB INSTRUCTORJODC
2Mr.J.RanjithkumarASST LAB INSTRUCTORITI
3Mr.N.ManjunathaLAB ASSISTANTPUC
4Mr.M.RanganathATTENDERSSLC

Laboratory

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1Electrical Machines Lab-1(15EEL37)
2Electronics Lab(15EEL38)
3Electrical Machines Lab-2(15EEL47)
4OP-AMP and Linear IC's Lab(15EEL48)
5Microcontroller Lab(15EEL57)
6Power Electronics Lab(15EEL58)
7Control System Lab(15EEL67)
8Digital Signal Processing(15EEL68)
9CAED Lab(15ee651)
10Relay and High Voltage Lab(15EEL77)
11Power System Simulation Lab(15EEL78)

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Analog Electronics Lab

The area of Electronics devices and Circuits covers Analog Electronics Lab. It houses a large number of state of the art equipments like Oscilloscopes, Function Generators, Power Supply units and Linear IC Trainer Kits. Using these students can perform experimentation on verification of Network theorems, applications of Diodes and Op-Amps, design of Oscillators and Amplifiers.

Logic Design Lab

This lab contains around 30 digital trainer kits, and enough number of patch chords for conducting all experiments which is prescribed by VTU for Electrical and Electronics students. Each student is doing experiments individually in this lab

Power Electronics Lab

This laboratory throws light on the techniques of designing and building power electronic circuits. Our lab is fully equipped with advanced power electronic circuits and modules like three phase IGBT based inverter, MOSFET choppers, DC-DC converter etc. This lab requires a special non conventional teaching approach. It is mainly used to conduct experiments in the domain of digital electronics.
Major equipments in the PE lab are

  • FWR and HWR modules
  • Resonant DC-DC converters modules
  • Series and parallel inverter
  • IGBT based chopper modules, voltage communication choppers
  • R,RC,UJT firing modes, SCR, TRIAC, MOSFET modules
  • Single phase and three phase PWM inverter modules
  • Single phase cyclo converters

Microcontroller Lab

The Microcontrollers 8051 Lab curriculum includes both software and interfacing modules. The objective of the lab with respect to software module is to understand the types of data transfer, to perform arithmetic and logical operations, branch and subroutines, Bit Addressability. This is executed by making use of Keil MicroVision Simulator.

Interfacing Modules such as

  • Dual DAC,
  • Hex Key pad, Elevator,
  • Calculator,
  • Temperature Controller
  • Speed Control of Stepper motor
  • DC motors are programmed making use of four I/O Ports which are integral part of 8051.

Circuit Simulation and Measurement Lab

The importance of measurements is simply eloquently expressed in the following statement of the famous physician Lord Kelvin, “I often say that when you can measure, what you are speaking about and can express it in number, you know something about it; when you cannot express it in numbers your knowledge is of meager and unsatisfactory kind”. The advancement of science and technology is dependent upon a parallel progress in measurements techniques. To keep ourselves updated in modern developments and technologies a practical knowledge of measurements and measurements systems is essential. Our MI lab has been catering the above mentioned service to the students.

Transformer & Induction Machines Lab

This lab is included in order to analyze the load characteristics of Transformers and Induction Machines and to evaluate the performance of machines using various techniques. This lab is essential for understanding & analyzing the basic characteristics of electrical machines.

Control System Lab

In this lab analysis of Lag Lead compensator network, frequency response, effect of PID controllers, Speed torque Characteristics of AC & DC Servo motors, MATLAB programming for second order, third order & DC Position control system and various plots are brought out for students to understand the stability studies of the systems. A control system plays a vital role in studying the stability studies of all electrical systems, which is highlighted in this lab.

DC Machine and Synchronous Machine Lab

This lab is included in order to analyze the load characteristics of DC Machines and Synchronous Machines and to evaluate the performance of machines using various techniques. This lab is essential for understanding & analyzing the basic characteristics of electrical machines.

High Voltage and Relays Lab

This lab is concentrated on all types of relays, protection schemes for electrical machines, measurement of HVAC & HVDC, breakdown strength of transformer oil & field mapping using electrolytic tank for capacitor and Transmission lines. Various protective schemes, measurements of HVAC and HVDC are dealt in this lab.

Power System Simulation Lab

MATLAB fundamentals, Power System Analysis like Load Flow, short circuit & transient analysis, and Economic load dispatch are simulated and analyzed using powerful software package MATLAB & Mi Power in this lab.

Achievements

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Staff achievement 2017-18

Name of the journalISSN NumberDate and yearReference NoTitle
ELSEVIER PROF K RAMYAProceeding 5 (2018)1257-126320172214-7853 @ ELSEVIERMeandering vector control strategy as D-STATCOM in renewable cluster grid for power optimization
Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences (SCOPUS JOURNAL) PROF.D.A.VENNILAPrint ISSN: 0974-2115JCHPS Special Issue 11: July 2017EC1755 www.jchps.comSpeech enhancement of alt speech using spectral Subtraction and template matching

FACULTY AWARDS 2017-18

Sl. nodateParticularsAWARDAwarded by
14/3/2017Prof. Malini k v HOD,EEEDistinguished woman in engineeringVenus international foundation at chennai
228/10/2017Prof. Malini k v HOD,EEEISTE AWARD RECIEPIENT for mentoring the best B.Tech ProjectISTE NATIONAL convention , RIST, 2017
32TH-29TH JAN2018Prof. Malini k v HOD,EEEBest Women engineering college teacher, shayesta akthar memorial national award 47th ISTE national award , ISTE, Saint gits engineering college.
44/1/2018Prof. Malini k v HOD,EEEDistinguished leader in engineeringHELA2018, CHENNAI
54/2/2018Prof. Malini k v HOD,EEEVISIONARY LEADER AWARDIndo global chamber of commerce, industries and agriculture meet, pune
67/4/2018Prof. Malini k v HOD,EEEBEST ACADEMIC FAMILIAR FEMALE FACULTY AWARDSouth Indian ASDF awards(SIAA2018) at Bangalore

International Conference Details

Sl. NoNameDesignationTitleTypeDate and Place
1BHARATH H P
HARSHITH H
SOWMIYA C
SHIVKUMAR RATHOD
5th & 3rd SemesterRECTIFICATION OF FAULT USING RECURRENT NEURAL NETWORK RAILWAY TRACK CIRCUITInternationalIJEREEE
Volume 3, Issue 11, November 2017
ISSN (online) 2395-2717
Page No 34
2DIVAKARA A P
CHANDRASHEKAR, LEGESWARAN V,
TELI REKHAAPPASAHEB
7th SemesterIMPLEMENTATION OF LOW COST, RELIABLE AND HEAD MOVEMENT CONTROLLED WHEELCHAIR FOR PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED PEOPLEInternationalIJEREEE
Volume 3, Issue 11, November 2017
ISSN (online) 2395-2717
Page No 43
3SAIPRASAD K.V
MUBARAK.S
HITESH KUMAR CHODHARY
FAIROZ KHAN
7th & 5th SemesterIOT BASED SOLAR ROOF TOP MANAGEMENT SYSTEMInternationalIJERECE
Volume 4, Issue 11, November 2017
ISSN (online) 2394-6849
Page No 124
4RAKESH B S
KAVYA S NEELA
MEGHANA S N
NETHRAVATHI J
7th & 5th SemesterFUZZY BASED CONTROL IN PIEZO POWER-DRIVEN GENERATION USING BOULEVARD TRAFFICInternationalIJERECE
Volume 4, Issue 11, November 2017
ISSN (online) 2394-6849
Page No 128
5RAKSHITH KUMAR NAIK
MITHUN.V
VIJAY KUMAR M G KISHOR KUMAR K
5th SemesterPLC BASED ADAPTIVE HEADLIGHT BEAM ASSISTING SYSTEMInternationalIJEREEE
Volume 3, Issue 11, November 2017
ISSN (online) 2395-2717
Page No 50
6SAIPRIYA M , JAYASUDHA L
KAVYA K
LEGESWARAN V
7th SemesterPOWER FLOW CONTROL IN HYBRID POWER SYSTEM USING MODERN CONTROL TECHNIQUEInternationalIJEREEE
Volume 3, Issue 11, November 2017
ISSN (online) 2395-2717
Page No 58
7ESHWAR C.
PRAKRUTHI
SURYATEJAVEMURI
NITHIN V
3rd SemesterNEW ERA METHOD OF WATER PUMPING FOR AGRI- APPLICATIONSInternational16th & 17th November 2017
SSCE, Anekal IJEREEE
Volume 3, Issue 11, November 2017
ISSN (online) 2395-2717
Page No 69
8DEVARAJ S
PRADEESHAN K
MALLIKARJUN REDDY
MOHAMMED ABREETH
7th SemesterAUTOMATED ENERGY SAVING SYSTEM BASED ON INTELLIGENT CONTROL SYSTEMInternationalIJEREEE Volume 3, Issue 11, November 2017
ISSN (online) 2395-2717
Page No 72
9Bhavani Singh
Subrata Chowdhury
Kumar
Vikram
7th SemesterDesign, Development and Testing of a Transformer Overload Protection using MSP430 MicrocontrollerInternationalIJEREEE
Volume 3, Issue 11, November 2017
ISSN (online) 2395-2717
Page No 91
10Asha K
Arun P K
Balaji Rao
Gourav Thakur
5th SemseterImplementation of a high P[ower factor Hybrid three Phase Unidirectional RectifierInternationalIJEREEE
Volume 3, Issue 11, November 2017
ISSN (online) 2395-2717
Page No 63

International Journal Details

Sl. NoNameDesignationTitleTypeDate and Place
1BHARATH H P
HARSHITH H
SOWMIYA C
SHIVKUMAR RATHOD
5th & 3rd SemesterRECTIFICATION OF FAULT USING RECURRENT NEURAL NETWORK RAILWAY TRACK CIRCUITInternationalIJEREEE
Volume 3, Issue 11, November 2017
ISSN (online) 2395-2717
Page No 34
2DIVAKARA A P
CHANDRASHEKAR, LEGESWARAN V,
TELI REKHAAPPASAHEB
7th SemesterIMPLEMENTATION OF LOW COST, RELIABLE AND HEAD MOVEMENT CONTROLLED WHEELCHAIR FOR PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED PEOPLEInternationalIJEREEE
Volume 3, Issue 11, November 2017
ISSN (online) 2395-2717
Page No 43
3SAIPRASAD K.V
MUBARAK.S
HITESH KUMAR CHODHARY
FAIROZ KHAN
7th & 5th SemesterIOT BASED SOLAR ROOF TOP MANAGEMENT SYSTEMInternationalIJERECE
Volume 4, Issue 11, November 2017
ISSN (online) 2394-6849
Page No 124
4RAKESH B S
KAVYA S NEELA
MEGHANA S N
NETHRAVATHI J
7th & 5th SemesterFUZZY BASED CONTROL IN PIEZO POWER-DRIVEN GENERATION USING BOULEVARD TRAFFICInternationalIJERECE
Volume 4, Issue 11, November 2017
ISSN (online) 2394-6849
Page No 128
5RAKSHITH KUMAR NAIK
MITHUN.V
VIJAY KUMAR M G KISHOR KUMAR K
5th SemesterPLC BASED ADAPTIVE HEADLIGHT BEAM ASSISTING SYSTEMInternationalIJEREEE
Volume 3, Issue 11, November 2017
ISSN (online) 2395-2717
Page No 50
6SAIPRIYA M , JAYASUDHA L
KAVYA K
LEGESWARAN V
7th SemesterPOWER FLOW CONTROL IN HYBRID POWER SYSTEM USING MODERN CONTROL TECHNIQUEInternationalIJEREEE
Volume 3, Issue 11, November 2017
ISSN (online) 2395-2717
Page No 58
7ESHWAR C.
PRAKRUTHI
SURYATEJAVEMURI
NITHIN V
3rd SemesterNEW ERA METHOD OF WATER PUMPING FOR AGRI- APPLICATIONSInternational16th & 17th November 2017
SSCE, Anekal IJEREEE
Volume 3, Issue 11, November 2017
ISSN (online) 2395-2717
Page No 69
8DEVARAJ S
PRADEESHAN K
MALLIKARJUN REDDY
MOHAMMED ABREETH
7th SemesterAUTOMATED ENERGY SAVING SYSTEM BASED ON INTELLIGENT CONTROL SYSTEMInternationalIJEREEE Volume 3, Issue 11, November 2017
ISSN (online) 2395-2717
Page No 72
9Bhavani Singh
Subrata Chowdhury
Kumar
Vikram
7th SemesterDesign, Development and Testing of a Transformer Overload Protection using MSP430 MicrocontrollerInternationalIJEREEE
Volume 3, Issue 11, November 2017
ISSN (online) 2395-2717
Page No 91
10Asha K
Arun P K
Balaji Rao
Gourav Thakur
5th SemseterImplementation of a high P[ower factor Hybrid three Phase Unidirectional RectifierInternationalIJEREEE
Volume 3, Issue 11, November 2017
ISSN (online) 2395-2717
Page No 63

Awards

National award for the best B.E project in Electrical and electronics engg awarded to Saipriya and Kavya for their project titled “TAP ME-“The Drivers aid(Tyre air pressure monitoring and evaluation)” during 20th ISTE Sudents national annual convention at BABA BANDA SINGH BAHADUR Engg College,Meghalaya on 28th October 2017″

INTERNSHIP/INPLANT TRAINING:

“Students of final year Electrical and Electronic Engineering Bhavani Singh,Devaraj,Legeswaren,Mohammad Abreeth,Rakesh, Subrata chowdhury have attended implant training at ICF, Chennai from 17th of January 2018 to 24th of January 2018”

“Students of third year Electrical and Electronics Engineering ,Asha.K, Hitesh kumar Chowdhary, Kishore kumar.K Mubarak.S,Meghana.S.N was attended internship program on DESIGN WITH FPGA at Coreel Technologies, Bangalore from 16th to 24 th of January 2018”

“Students of 5th sem EEE attended one day handson training on “PLC AND INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION” at AGIIT solutions bangalore on 04/11/2017

INDUSTRIAL VISIT:
“Final year EEE students went for industrial visit to CPRI (Central power research institute) on 10/10/2017

“Second year EEE students went for industrial visit to Karnataka Vidyuth Karkhane Limited (KAVIKA), Bengaluru on 1/9/2017

S.NoAchievements
1Congratulations to Prof. Malini K V, HOD, Dept. of Electrical & Electronics who has been awarded as "Distinguished Woman in Engineering" at VIWA2017, by Venus International Foundation on 04/03/2017
2Prof.Malini K V, HOD, EEE department have been selected as a member of "NATIONAL EXPERTS ADVISORY COMMITTEE", DST".
3Conducted VTU - VGST sponsored Faculty Development Program on "Vector Control Of Induction Motor" at VTU Belgaum.
4SDP on "DSP Based Control of Electrical Machines" approved by AICTE.
5KSCST sponsored the Final Year project "BIOEDILIZIA" guided by Prof. Pradeep. B. Jyoti, HOD, EEE & Ms. R. Gunasekari, Asst prof, EEE.
6KSCST sponsored the Final Year project "Fuelless MOBIKE" Prof. Pradeep. B. Jyoti, HOD, EEE.
7KSCSTsponsored the Final Year project "SMART HEATING USING REFEREGERATOR" with the grants of Rs.7K Guided by Prof. Pradeep. B. Jyoti, & Ms. Malini.K.V ,Asst prof, During the year 2012-13.
8KSCSTsponsored the Final Year project "ELECTRICAL ENERGY HARVESTING TILES BASED ON HYBRID PIEZO ELECTRIC TECHNOLOGY" with the grants of Rs.7.5K Guided by Asst prof Ms. R. Gunasekari , HOD,EEE During the year 2013-14
9KSCSTsponsored the Final Year project "WIFI AMBIQUATION TO CHARGE PACEMAKER" with the grants of Rs.6.5K Guided by Asst prof Ms. R.Gunasekari, HOD,EEE During the year 2013-14
10Pre-final year students Ms.Swathi ,Ms.Nishchitha and Ms.Suma won Gold medal for presenting Business plan on traditions.com in GES2014(GLOBAL ENTERPREUNERSHIP SUMMIT) held at Bangalore
11IEDC,DST sponsored the Final Year students Mr.Shobit Kumar singh,Mr.LakshmiDevi,Mr.Manu and Mr.Gokul for project “SUVIDHAN –A FAIR RATION DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM FOR DESERVED”with the grants of Rs.1L Guided by Asst prof .Malini.K.V and Asstprof .R.Gunasekari, During the year 2014-15
12IEDC,DST sponsored the Final Year students Mr.SiddarthWali,Mr.Harishprathap,Ms.Nischitha and Ms.Rashmi for project "I-GLOVE - COMMUNICATION AID FOR MUTE PEOPLE" with the grants of Rs.1L Guided by Asst prof .Malini.K.V and Asstprof .R.Gunasekari, During the year 2014-15
13Research Project titled "ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF ACTIVE MAGNETIC BEARING TO ACHIEVE SUSTAINABLE CONTROL ON SMART MACHINE" is funded by VTU under Research Grant Scheme with Rs.8.5L under the guidance of Dr.Y.VijayaKumar and Asst.Prof Ravi V Angadi 2014-15.
14KSCST sponsored the Final Year project "AUTOMATED AMBULANCE DETECTION AND TRAFFIC CONTROL USING ZIGBEE AND GSM" with the grants of Rs.5K Guided by Mr. Ravi V Angadi, Asst Prof & Mr. J. MadhavaRao, Asst Prof during the year 2014-15.
15Mr. Ravi V Angadi,Asst Prof& Mr. T. Yuvaraja, Asst Prof Participated and Exhibited a Innovative Project titled "IISC - in India Innovation Initiative" i3 National Fair 2014 organized AICTE, DST Govt of India, CII&i4c Pune during the year2014-15.
16Mr. Ravi V Angadi,Asst Prof and Mr. T. Yuvaraja, Asst Prof, and Ms. Malini K V, Asst Prof Participated and Exhibited a innovative Project titled “INNOVATIVE INTELLIGENT SHOPPING CART” in International trade fare BVS-2015 organized byVigyanBharati, Govt of Goa and Goa University during the year 2014-
17IEDC,DST sponsored the Final Year students (Mr.Mahesh,Ms.Ashwini and Ms.Nikitha) project “KRUSHI RAKSHAK- A FIELD GUARD”with the grants of Rs.1 L Guided by Prof .Malini.K.Vand Prof . R.Gunasekari, During the year 2015-16
18IEDC,DST sponsored the Final Year students(Mr.Mohan,Ms.Vedalakshmi ,Ms.Padma and Mr.Vijayakumar) project “VOV FIERO- THE ROBO” with the grants of Rs.1 L Guided by Prof .Malini.K.V and Prof .R.Gunasekari, During the year 2015-16
19 Pre-final year Students Mr.Glan Paul, Ms,Madhu Mala and Mr. Bhavanisingh presented Business Plan on PAZALA in VTU organized Business Plan Competition YEAR 2015-16
20Mitsubishi Electric India PVT.LTD., sponsored ECO-SMART - DRY AGRI WASTE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM with the grants of Rs.2 L components to interdisciplinary final year student team(Mr.Mahesh) 2015-16.
21Final year student PADMA G N received BEST STUDENT AWARD IN KARNATAKA ISTE CHAPTER 2015 - 16
22EAC CAMP (ENTERPERERSHIP AWARNESS CAMP) organized by Dept of EEE in Association with IEDC Supported by NSTEDB,Govt. of India for 2nd and 3rd year Students year 2015 – 16.
23NCFPIC-16 National level conference and journal publication organized by dept of EEE in association with BONFIRING JOURNALS /International Journal of Power System and integrated circuits year 2015 - 16
24Students of Pre final year ( MadhuMala, Shruithi, and Dasarath )won silver medal in UDBHAV-16 B To C competition

About

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About the Department

There is no refuting that the Computers play a fundamental role in today’s exceptionally automated culture. This is a civilization which has undergone major conversion in the space of a few hundred years whilst assured technologies have prospered and became a part of the social fabric.

As technological innovation advance, it will become increasingly important to have awareness and an understanding of the nature of information and communication technologies, and how they are changing. Anticipating these changes will enhance the choices you make in your personal and working life . Naturally, the more knowledge you have, the more will you be able to exert the power of information and communication technology.

The department encompasses exceedingly competent, veteran and fanatical faculty who communicates perceptive indispensable knowledge to the students. It is well equipped with sufficient quantity of computers and the latest software’s. which have high end systems capable of high speed data dispensation.

The department possesses a library, multimedia, projecting facility and internet facility, which is Wi-Fi enable. The faculty and students are encouraged to contribute in assorted national and international conferences. To enhance the technical knowledge in students, the department organizes frequent guest lectures. In order to comprise close association with industry, industrial communications and industrial expeditions are organized enable the students to experience the industrial environment. The students are encouraged to take up research and industrial projects.

The department demeanors a national level technical symposium Advaya every year with different themes, ‘IT-Touch To Create’ was the theme for Advaya 2013.

The department also encourages students to participate in various project exhibitions and students have brought laurels to the department and the college. The department is closely associated with the computer society of India (CSI) which is the largest association of IT Professionals in India.

Objectives

The prime objective of the Computer Science and engineering program is to provide the students, a sound technological platform and the essential fundamental knowledge & hone the technical expertise as demanded by the contemporary engineering professionals .It prepares them to face the challenges of today’s IT Professional by divulging them to an extensive assortment of cutting edge technologies .
The department endeavors to construct a effervescent knowledge base milieu to authorize the students with the professional & individual brilliance as well.

  • It is premeditated to offer an in depth knowledge of computer and its applications to congregate the requirements of the state of the art software industry and also to identify the opportunities in the vicinity.
  • To construct ethically sturdy and socially responsible citizens.
  • To offer every student with a sturdy conceptual foundation in the core vicinity of computer science and latest software tools.
  • To provide students with hands on experience through laboratory courses and projects.
  • To train students to work in teams and provide insight and direction into the program which imparts an exceptional instructive occasion for those planning to pursue a career or to gain in depth knowledge in computer technology and research, current trends, developments and analysis.

Faculty

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Head of the Department

Name : Dr. B. Shadaksharappa Qualification :B.E, M.Tech, M.S, Ph.DDepartment : Computer Science Engineering View Profile

List of faculty

S.No
Name of the StaffDesignationQualificationMail Id
1
Dr. B. ShadaksharappaProfessor & Head
Vice - Principal
B.E, M.Tech, M.S, Ph.Dhod.cse@sairamce.edu.in

bichagal@sairamce.edu.in
2
Mr. B. RaghavendraraoAssistant ProfessorM.Tech, (Ph.D),MISTEraghavendrarao.cse@sairamce.edu.in
3
Mrs. G. ManjulaAssistant ProfessorM.E, (Ph.D), MISTEmanjulag.cse@sairamce.edu.in
4
Mrs. P. KalamaniAssistant ProfessorM.E, MISTEkalamani.cse@sairamce.edu.in
5
Mr. Reji ThomasAssistant ProfessorM.E, MISTErejithomas.cse@sairamce.edu.in
6
Mrs. K.V. ShaliniAssistant ProfessorM.E, MISTEshalinikv.cse@sairamce.edu.in
7
Mr. T.K. PradeepkumarAssistant ProfessorMBA, ME, MISTEpradeepkumar.cse@sairamce.edu.in
8
Mr. M. Venkatesh KumarAssistant ProfessorM.S, MISTEvenkateshkumar.cse@sairamce.edu.in
9
Mrs. C. Sharon RojiPriyaAssistant ProfessorM.E, MISTEsharonrojipriya.cse@sairamce.edu.in
10
Mrs. Larote ShinyAssistant ProfessorM.E, MISTElaroteshiny.cse@sairamce.edu.in
11
Mrs. Y. SanjanaAssistant ProfessorM.E, MISTEsanjana.cse@sairamce.edu.in
12
Mrs. M. SheelaDeviAssistant ProfessorM.E,MCSIsheela.cse@sairamce.edu.in
13
Mr. S. JeyadevanAssistant ProfessorM.E, MISTEjeyadevan.cse@sairamce.edu.in
14
Ms. S. SowjanyaAssistant ProfessorM.Techsowjanya.cse@sairamce.edu.in
15
Ms. Arpitha VasudevAssistant ProfessorM.Techarpitha.cse@sairamce.edu.in
16
Ms. K.P. BinduMadaviAssistant ProfessorM.Techbindumadavi.cse@sairamce.edu.in
17
Mrs. K.N. DivyaPrabhaAssistant ProfessorM.Techdivyaprabha.cse@sairamce.edu.in
18
Mrs. M.S. NishaAssistant ProfessorM.Technisha.cse@sairamce.edu.in
19
Ms. A.M. SowmyaAssistant ProfessorM.Techsowmya.cse@sairamce.edu.in
20
Mr. C. PradeepaAssistant ProfessorM.Epradeepa.cse@sairamce.edu.in

List of Supporting staff

S.No
Name of the StaffQualificationDesignation
1
Mr. J. SreerajB.EDesktop Support Engineer
2
Mr. J. Ravi KumarB.Sc, MBALab Assistant/Instructor
3
Mr. S.C. SwamyBCALab Assistant
4
Mr. C. RaviBCALab Instructor
5
Mr. Vinayakaswamy NegalurmathM.TechLab Instructor
6
Ms. M. AmbikaM.ELab Instructor
7
Mr. Nagappa(BA)Attender
8
Mr. L. Narayana ReddyPUCAttender

Infrastructure

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Laboratory:

Click here to View Laboratories

Configuration Details:

  • Intel Pentium Core 2 Duo 2.20GHz
  • 2MB L2 Cache
  • Desktop Board
  • 10/100 LAN Built in
  • 3GB DDR2 RAM
  • Seagate Harddisk Drive 160GB
  • Samsung 17’’ Monitor
  • TVS Gold Keyboard
  • Logitech Optical Mouse
  • 32-bit operating sytem. Dual Boot, Windows-7 and Ubuntu 16.04.1 Kernel Version

Number of Systems: 23

Lab View:

Lab View:

Configuration Details:

  • Intel Pentium Core 2 Duo 2.20GHz
  • 2MB L2 Cache
  • Desktop Board
  • 10/100 LAN Built in
  • 3GB DDR2 RAM
  • Seagate Harddisk Drive 160GB
  • Samsung 17’’ Monitor
  • TVS Gold Keyboard
  • Logitech Optical Mouse
  • 32-bit operating sytem. Dual Boot, Windows-7 and Ubuntu 16.04.1 Kernel Version

Number of Systems: 23

Configuration Details:

  • Intel Pentium Core 2 Duo 2.20GHz
  • 2MB L2 Cache
  • Desktop Board
  • 10/100 LAN Built in
  • 3GB DDR2 RAM
  • Seagate Harddisk Drive 160GB
  • Samsung 17’’ Monitor
  • TVS Gold Keyboard
  • Logitech Optical Mouse
  • 32-bit operating sytem. Dual Boot, Windows-7 and Ubuntu 16.04.1 Kernel Version

Number of Systems: 28

Lab View:

Lab View:

Configuration Details:

  • Intel Pentium Core 2 Duo 2.20GHz
  • 2MB L2 Cache
  • Desktop Board
  • 10/100 LAN Built in
  • 3GB DDR2 RAM
  • Seagate Harddisk Drive 160GB
  • Samsung 17’’ Monitor
  • TVS Gold Keyboard
  • Logitech Optical Mouse.
  • 32-bit operating sytem. Dual Boot, Windows-7 and Ubuntu 16.04.1 Kernel Version

Number of Systems: 28

Configuration Details:

  • Intel Pentium Core 2 Duo 2.20GHz
  • 2MB L2 Cache
  • Desktop Board
  • 10/100 LAN Built in
  • 3GB DDR2 RAM
  • Seagate Harddisk Drive 80GB
  • Samsung 17’’ Monitor
  • TVS Gold Keyboard
  • Logitech Optical Mouse.
  • 32-bit operating sytem. Dual Boot, Windows-7 and Ubuntu 16.04.1 Kernel Version

Number of Systems: 28

Lab View:

Lab View:

Configuration Details:

  • Intel Pentium Core 2 Duo 3.00GHz
  • 2MB L2 Cache
  • Desktop Board
  • 10/100 LAN Built in
  • 3GB DDR2 RAM
  • Seagate Harddisk Drive 250GB
  • Samsung 17’’ Monitor
  • TVS Gold Keyboard
  • Logitech Optical Mouse.
  • 32-bit operating sytem. Dual Boot, Windows-7 and Ubuntu 16.04.1 Kernel Version

Number of Systems: 28

Configuration Details:

  • Intel Pentium i3 3.10GHz
  • 2MB L2 Cache
  • Desktop Board
  • 10/100 LAN Built in
  • 8GB DDR2 RAM
  • Seagate Harddisk Drive 500GB
  • Microsoft 15’’ Monitor
  • TVS Gold Keyboard
  • Logitech Optical Mouse
  • 64-bit operating sytem. Dual Boot, Windows-7

Number of Systems: 19

Lab View:

Lab View:

Configuration Details:

  • Intel Pentium Core 2 Duo 2.00GHz
  • 2MB L2 Cache
  • Desktop Board
  • 10/100 LAN Built in
  • 3GB DDR2 RAM
  • , Seagate Harddisk Drive 80GB
  • Samsung 17’’ Monitor
  • Logitech Keyboard
  • Logitech Optical Mouse
  • 32-bit operating sytem. Dual Boot, Windows-7 and Ubuntu 16.04.1 Kernel Version

Number of Systems: 26

Configuration Details:

  • Intel Pentium Core 2 Duo 2.00GHz
  • 2MB L2 Cache
  • Desktop Board
  • 10/100 LAN Built in
  • 3GB DDR2 RAM
  • Seagate Harddisk Drive 80GB
  • Samsung 17’’ Monitor
  • Logitech Keyboard
  • Logitech Optical Mouse
  • 32-bit operating sytem. Dual Boot, Windows-7 and Ubuntu 16.04.1 Kernel Version.

Number of Systems: 26

Lab View:

Lab View:

Configuration Details:

  • Intel Pentium Core 2 Duo Processor @2.20GHz
  • Intel DG31 PR Mother Board
  • 160GB Sata HDD
  • 3GB DDR II RAM
  • SAMSUNG 15.6“ TFT Monitor

Number of Systems: 29

Configuration Details:

  • Intel Pentium Core 2 Duo Processor @2.20GHz
  • Intel DG31 PR Mother Board
  • 160GB Sata HDD
  • 3GB DDR II RAM
  • SAMSUNG 15.6“ TFT Monitor

Number of Systems: 29

Lab View:

Lab View:

Configuration Details:

  • Intel Pentium Dual Core 2.6 GHz
  • Asus P5KPL, Desktop Board
  • 10/100 LAN Built In
  • 1GB DDR 2 RAM
  • Seagate HDD 250 GB
  • Samsung 15“ TFT Monitors
  • TVS Champ Keyboard
  • Logitech Optical Mouse

Department Library:

CSE department library aims to support the students and faculty by providing most relevant and required books. The library is well stocked with more than 197 titles and 1583 volumes of books exclusive to CSE department UG courses. In addition the library is stocked with UG student project reports.

Student and Book Ratio: 1:6 (2 textbooks will be issued).

Program Courses

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B.E Computer Science &Engineering:2015 CBCS Scheme

S.No
2015 CBCS SchemeDetails
1
Scheme (III & IV Semester)Click here to Download
2
Scheme (V & VI Semester)Click here to Download
3
Scheme (VII & VIII Semester)Click here to Download
4
Syllabus (III Semester)Click here to Download
5
Syllabus (IV Semester)Click here to Download
6
Syllabus (V Semester)Click here to Download
7
Syllabus (VI Semester)Click here to Download
8
Syllabus (VII Semester)Click here to Download
9
Syllabus (VIII Semester)Click here to Download
10
5th CSE / ISE Open Elective (V Semester)Click here to Download
11
6th CSE / ISE Open Elective (VI Semester)Click here to Download
12
CSE ISE Open electives list (V & VI Semester)Click here to Download

Achievements

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DEPARTMENT LEVEL ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Established Sai Leo Muthu Innovation centre on  June 2016 to encourage innovative thinking in students  and solve real time problems
  • The Department of Computer Science & Engineering is recognized as ”Palo Alto Authorized Academic Centre” and given the  access to Palo Alto Faculty Development Programs and content on Network Security.
  • Virtual Reality (VR) Lab had been established on November 2017 as part of Innovation lab
  • The Department in association with Oracle Academy & ICT Academy conducting FDPs and certification programmes for faculties and students
  • Project proposals are submitted to the public organisations and also received  funds from KSCST,IEDC etc
  • Faculties are encouraged to appear for Online Certification exams  such as NPTEL and most of faculties are Elite Certified in various courses
  • Almost 300 papers are published by students of second third and final year in national and international conferences

AWARDS , RANKS & RECOGNITIONS 

  • JAYATEERTHA.G   OF FIRST YEAR CSE HAD REPORTED THE XSS  BUG IN   (imagine.academy.microsoft.com) SUBDOMAIN OF MICROSOFT AND ALSO IN OTHER MICROSOFT SERVICES SUCH AS OUTLOOK,BING ETC.Microsoft had recognized his effort with swags  and acknowledged him as “SECURITY RESEARCHER FOR MICROSOFT ONLINE SERVICES”
  • Nandakumar,Karthika.K & Latha.S of Final year has won ICT Academy Student Innovator Award 2018,Karnataka
  • Divya G of VI semester has  got  STUDENT CIRCUIT   AWARD  ”   award  by Association of Scientists,developers and faculties(ASDF)
  • Student Ms Sachitha  achieved 3rd rank in  VTU 2012 academic Year
  • One of our students Ms Shwetha V, received the “Best Student Award” for the year 2013 by Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE), Karnataka.

STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENTS

NameCollege NameEventPrize
Surya prakash S & TeamSri Sairam College of engineeringLargest learnathon of India , 2nd and 3rd February , 20183rd & 2nd prize
Jyothi sulochana & TeamOxford College of Engineering, BengaluruTechnical fest ,23 March 20181st prize
Rakshak H& TeamJain University ,BengaluruInventech 18 ,24 March 20181st prize
Subham Agarwal & TeamAdichunchanagiri Institute of Technology,ChikkamangaluruState Level Project Exhibition, 4/24/20181st prize

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snoProject TitleStudents name & MentorCollege Name and Place
1AgrivatorsDhanush, Akshatha, Bhargavi, Raju & Prof. Pradeepa Chandigarh College of Engineering,Chandigarh
2TechlordsAnirudhan, Chitra Kumari, Abhinandan Mazumdhar Guruprasad, Ramya B G, Kodeeswaran & Prof.Sheela Devi – One of the top 8 teams for the final round of Grand Finale. Panipat Institute Of Technology,Haryana
3AlbatrossJashwanth, Prathamesh, Yuvashree, Nithin K,Paramashivam, Sujith & Prof.Nisha M SBanaras Hindu University,Varanasi

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NAMECOLLEGE NAMEEVENTPRIZE
Gowri Chandra & TeamKumaraguru College of Technology, TamilnaduSS12 Age of innovation and maker Fair, 26 & 27 September 2016 3rd Prize
Kumudha & TeamVeltech Dr.RR & Dr SR university ,ChennaiInternational Project competition and exhibition, 23 February 20171st prize
Anirudhan & TeamJSS Mahavidyapeeth, BengaluruCSI region student convention, 10 & 11 Mar 20171st prize ,LOGO design
Nandha kumar & TeamJSS Mahavidyapeeth,BengaluruCSI region student convention, 10 & 11 Mar 20172nd prize in Paper Presentation
Nandha kumar & TeamNagarjuna college of Engineering,BengaluruTechnical Fest ,24 March 20172nd prize in Paper Presentation
Nandha kumar & TeamNagarjuna college of Engineering,BengaluruTechnical Fest ,24 March 20173rd prize in Mini Project
Pragthi & TeamNagarjuna college of Engineering,BengaluruTechnical Fest,24 March 2017 1st prize in Mini Project
Bhavya & PallaviNagarjuna college of Engineering,BengaluruTechnical Fest ,24 March 20171st prize in Technical QUIZ
Vaanishree & TeamAMC Engineering College ,BengaluruNational level project Exhibition ,20 April 20171st prize
Karthik P & TeamAMC Engineering College,Bengaluru National level project Exhibition ,20 April 20173rd prize
Kshithija c Reddy & TeamSri Sairam college of Engineering,BengaluruCarpe diem 17 ,13 May 2017Best project award
NameCollege nameEventPrize
Mohammad haroonHKBK College of Engineering,Bengaluru Technical Symposium3rd Prize in Gaming
Prajwala Reddy &Divya S NAdhiyamaan College of Engineering,Hosur,TamilnaduIEI Conference , 13 & 14 August 20151st Prize in Paper Presentation
Shreya H & Sowmiya S.Adhiyamaan College of Engineering,Hosur,TamilnaduIEI Conference , 13 & 14 August 20152nd Prize in Paper Presentation
Keerthana B Kanaka K,Rooban chakravarthi & Divya rakshana East point College of Engineering and Technology, BengaluruNational Conference, 05 May 2016 1st prize in Paper Presentation
Divya.S.N,Bhavya.G & Nagamani.NNew Horizon College of Engineering,BengaluruNational Conference, 3/18/2016Best Paper Award

FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS

Sl.NoNameDesignationAwards
1Dr. B. ShadaksharappaProf. & HEAD of the Department1. Best Educationist Award
2. Rastriya Vidya Gaurav Gold Medal award
3. India International achievers award for education excellence-Bangkok
4. Lifetime education excellence award
5. India International achievers award for education excellence-Thailand
2Mrs. Manjula GAssistant ProfessorAwarded as Outstanding Women in Engineering by Venus International Foundation,Chennai
3Mrs.Sheela Devi.MAssistant ProfessorSecured Top 5 % IN NPTEL2018 exam all over India in “Wireless Adhoc and Sensor Network”

Funded Project

YearProject TitleFunded Agency
2014-15Women's SafetyKSCST
2015-16Senior Security Supervise System
2016-17Public Water Supply Gird monitoring to avoid tampering and water man fraud using IoT.
2017-18Kapi Dhwaja: Smart Initiative for Automobiles in Road Safety
2014-15Privacy ControllerIEDC
2015-16Virtual Controller
2016-17AGRIKART
E-Waste Segregation
2017-18DUSTLESS ENVIRONMENT using Neagh device
EDUVISTA
SMART HEALTH CARE USING ANDROID APPLICATION

Placement

YearNumber of Companies VisitedNumber of students Placed
2014-152313
2015-163727
2016-173350
2017-182362

Scholarship

YearName of the schemeNumber of students benefited by government scheme
2012-2013SFC Funding1
2012-2013Defence Scholarship1
2012-2013ST3
2012-2013SC6
2012-2013Post Matrix Scholarship BC-II Govt. of Bihar1
2012-2013District BC Welfare Department Scholarship17
2013-2014ST3
2013-2014SC6
2014-2015ST4
2014-2015SC14
2014-2015District BC Welfare Department Scholarship26
2015-2016ST2
2015-2016SC20
2015-2016District BC Welfare Department Scholarship51
2016-2017SC17
2016-2017District BC Welfare Department Scholarship91
YearName of the schemeNumber of students benefited by non government scheme
2012-2013Chairman Sponsored Scholarship3
2013-2014Chairman Sponsored Scholarship5
2014-2015Chairman Sponsored Scholarship2
2016-2017Chairman Sponsored Scholarship1
YearName of the studentsCGPAScholarship Amount
2017-2018
Saurabh Kumar9.25Tuition Fees Wave off
Subham Agarwal9.16Tuition Fees Wave off
Sharavathi DJ9.12Tuition Fees Wave off
Chitra Kumari9.21Tuition Fees Wave off
Anurag Saran8.6725000
Meghana KM8.5425000
Ganavi8.215000
Abhinandan Mazumdar85000
Abhishek Singh8.125000
Eshan Gupta8.045000

NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES AND PUBLICATIONS

SNOYEAR & SECTIONNO OF PAPERS PRESENTED
1II -A48
2II-B47
3III-A80
4III-B53
5IV-A95
6IV-B51

SPORTS

  • In Archery competition Ms Chethana G, 2nd Year, Dept. of CSE bagged Gold Medal in 30 meters and Bronze medal in 50 meters

Events

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Activities

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17.Adventure

Staff Coordinator : Prof. Manjula, CSE

Adventure is everything which we do with full excitement, courage and joy without thinking about the result. Adventurous people think about the adventure as a new chance and opportunity to go ahead and get success or experiences through failure. This club will involve students in exploring the adventure world through various events and activities

Staff Coordinator : Prof. Pradeepa.C, CSE

At Code Club, we think all students should have the opportunity to learn to code, no matter who they are or where they come from.Code club design and develop a projects by step-by-step which guides and help young people learn from the Scratch using technologies like HTML, CSS, Javascript,jQuery,Ajax,JSON,JAVA,Dot Net and Python by making games, animations, and websites.The projects gradually introduce coding concepts to allow students to build their knowledge.
Code Club also provides multimedia skills.

cyber-club

Staff Coordinator : Prof.T.K. Pradeep Kumar, CSE

Cyber security is the body of technologies, processes and practices designed to protect networks, computers, programs and data from attack, damage or unauthorized access. In a computing context, security includes both cyber security and physical security.Club Activities: Learning Networking, Doing it Practically, Identifying the Threats in Networks, Providing Solutions, Implementing Firewall and Antivirus for avoiding hacking, attacking, etc

Global-Higher-Studies-Bureau

Staff Coordinator : Prof. Raghavendra, CSE

This club provides students counseling on the various courses available and encourages them to pursue a field of study in line with their skill sets, aptitude and career aspirations. The club also prepares students for a lifelong commitment to learning. This allows students to excel in their chosen area of expertise.

7.M - Apps

Staff Coordinator : Prof. Sheela Devi, CSE

To provide systematic and smart learning to the students with enhanced interaction that supports both online and offline viewing which helps students to improve their skills

Industrial Visit

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Projects

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S.NoName of Principal InvestigatorDuration of projectName of the research projectAmount / Fund receivedYear of sanction
1N.Santhosh KumarOne yearSmart Dust Bin1000002016-17
2G.V Raja
Suganya
One yearWireless Mobile Charger1000002015-16
3C.Sivaprakash
N.Bhuvaneswari
One yearBEAP- Home Automation for Para help1500002014-15
4N.SanthoshKumar
Halessh H R
One yearFU-SURE INSTRO1500002014-15
5C.SivaprakashOne yearSensor to detect air quality in LMVS.1500002013-14
6C.SivaprakashOne yearTEAM(Technology for Electrical Management in Automobiles)1500002013-14
Sl. No.Students NameProject TitleGuide
1Kusuma p
Jeevan N
RKishore Kumar S
Design and Implementation of Autonomous Underwater Vehicle(AUV)Mr.C.Sivaprakash
2Varshini C
Mahesh C
Mohan S
Akash C
ROBOTIC AND AMBULANCE FOR EMERGENCY MEDICLE SERVICES IN SMART CITIESMr.G.V.Raja
3Chaithra D
Manushree S Monika S
G Rajesh choudhary
DETECTION OF POTHOLES ON ROADSMs.Geetha.R
4Abhilasha M
Chandini S
Archana K.S
Hemanth K
AUTOMATIC WHEEL CHAIRMs.Suganya.J
5Anusha A
Sharada Hegade
Swathi H B
Ranjitha K D
MULTITASKING PLANNING AND EXECUTING OF INTELLIGENT VEHICLEMr.C.Sivaprakash
6Roshni A
Ramesan Vivek
Hegde Navya V
Ramya A
ECONOMIC SMART BINMr.Santhosh Kumar
7Navya Shree A K
Praveen Y S
Nandini B
INTELLIGENT SYSTEM FOR HEAD LIGHT BEAM CONTROLMr.C.Sivaprakash
8K.T.Venkatesh
Madappa Naik Siddesh .Y Vaishnavi Rani
Automatic Plant Watering SystemMr.G.Vraja
9Shaffan Sunaid MD
Manasa S
Praveen kumar R
ENHANCED SAFETY LIFE JACKETS WITH GPS AND GSMMs.Geetha.R
10Shreya.K Annapoorna.
C.Gondi
Vinayak Nase
Prashanth Kumar S
VEHICULAR POLLUTION MONITORING USING IOTMs.Deepa.R
11Aravind Kumar C.S Soundharya.V.
Bhimanpalli
Shrinivas B.P
AUTOMATIC DETECTION & REMOVAL OF CO IN LMV'SMr.C.Sivaprakash
12Subham Trivedi
Vandana.R
Dilip Kumar Sangeetha.B.V Varshini.C
Ankitha Dey
INTEGRATION WITH MOISTURE METERN.Bhuvaneswari
S.NoName of Principal InvestigatorDuration of projectName of the research projectAmount / Fund receivedYear of sanction
1C.Sivaprakash N.BhuvaneshwariOne yearAutomatic Power Shut down for power saving application50002017-18
2Dhanya.G.SOne yearAutomatic Gas Cylinder Management50002017-18
3Gowri.POne yearIOT based water Care center for lakes in Bangalore50002017-18
4C.SivaPrakash N.BhuvaneshwariOne yearEnvironment pollution monitoring40002016-17
5N.Santhosh Kumar Halessh H ROne yearDetection of Fake notes within ATM machine300002014-15
6N.Santhosh Kumar Halessh H ROne yearMonitoring vehicle exhaust50002014-15
7C.SivaPrakashOne yearWireless Intelligent Train Tracking and management system.50002010-11
8C.SivaPrakashOne yearBio-Speckle assessment of bruising in fruits50002010-11

Program Course

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Club Activity

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27.Agriculture

Staff Coordinator : Prof. Shantha Murthy, ECE

The main objective of agricultural and farming club includes creating awareness among the forgotten or the most neglected segment – Agriculture among the students and enlighten them about the best farming practices. The club will also involve themselves in farming activities.

womens-forum

Staff Coordinator : Prof. Dhanya, ECE

This club helps To distinguish highly talented young women & encourage the participation in all facets. The club helps in empowerment of women and provides friendly & fun environment for women to learn, develop and flourish in the society. Activities Like, Martial Arts, Talent Search, Fun games/events, Cleanliness & Health Awareness are planned to be organized through this club.

Staff Coordinator : Prof. G.V. Raja, ECE

The primary objective of safety bringing the awareness about the safety in labs, workshops, homes & industries by preventing injuries, illnesses and fatalities & to provide guidance in the event of an accident, fire, natural disaster or another emergency. This will be ensured by organizing various activities like regular Interactive workshop, spreading awareness through various activities, Inter-collegiate & intra – college conducting debate, speech, song, slogan, painting, quiz and collage competitions.

Staff Coordinator: Ms.Poonguzhali .A, Asst.Prof., ECE Dept.

The Culinary club tries to spice up the life of students through something that is an essential part of everybody’s life- FOOD. The purpose of the Culinary Club is to provide an environment for students to socialize, be creative, learn cooking skills and have fun. It provides students the opportunity to learn basic cooking skills, specific cooking styles and techniques. At the same time it will also provide a platform to the students’ proficiencies in cooking, and share knowledge of regional culinary delicacies with fellow students.

Achievement

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  • Chaithra.L and Kavya of Electronics & Communication Engineering has won the second place in dance competition at CBIT, Gubbi.
  • Roopa and Kavya D.S of Electronics & Communication Engineering has won the Best Paper entitled Eye Movement based Biometric System at National level paper presentation contest – “Make in India” on Nov.2016 at Sathyabama University.
  • Vishal. S.Shabadi has participated in the inter-collegiate climate science quiz 2016.
  • Chaithra.S and Abarna of Electronics & Communication Engineering has been selected as VTU Best youth fest team.
  • Ashutosh P.Lande and Rajeev.S from ECE of SSCE stood II in the 2016 Regional final of the statewide TCS Tech Bytes.
  • Certificate of Completion Awarded to Ms. Bindhu. S in course on Network Engineering – Routing & Switching at livewire, Bangalore, Koramangala during Feb.2016 on 03.02.2016.
  • Certificate of Completion awarded to Ms.Swathi. R Domain Expert on PCB Design at Livewire, Bangalore, Koramangala during Nov.2015.
  • Ms.Swathi. R & Ms.Rashmi.S student of 3rd year B.E (ECE) has undergone internship in the area of Manufacturing and Testing of distribution transformers from 08.01.2016 to 30.01.2016 for Karnataka Vidyuth Karkhane Limited.

Placement

The academic year 2016 -17(Odd Semester) has witnessed 15 companies visited the campus and 83 students placed with 95 offer letters in several IT & core companies with the highest salary of Rs. 18 LPA and Average 11 LPA.

Prof. Sivaprakash. C , Head of Electronics and Communication Engineering Department has been awarded as “Best Academic Circuit Faculty” from South Indian Associates of Scientists Developers and Facilities(ASDF) held at Royal Orchid, Bengaluru on 7th April 2018.

Student:

Name: BINDHU S USN: 1SB13EC013 DEPT: ECE

AWARD: ISTE BEST STUDENT AWARD FOR YEAR 2016,held at JSS ATE,Bangalore

AWARD: SIAA BEST CIRCUIT STUDENT Award for year 2017,atKochi,Kerala.

AWARD: University 1stRANK,Gold Medal (5 Gold Medals) For ECE for the Academic Year 2017-18

  • Dr.N R Shetty Gold Medal
  • SJCE Silver Jubliee-1988 Gold Medal
  • R N Shetty Gold Medal
  • Jyothi Gold Medal
  • VTU Gold Medal

Award: Certificate of Appreciation EdGate Technologies, University program of Texas Instruments for organizing DrishTI online contest 2017 on 24-10-2016 for professor Geetha R.

The department of Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) has established a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with EdGate Technologies (Pvt) ltd which is a university program for Texas Instruments, India on 23rd December 2015, for establishing a teaching lab using MSP430 Launch pad. As per the MOU, EdGate Technologies (Pvt) ltd have sent the MSP430launch pad (20 Nos) to setup the Texas Instruments lab. Further, a Faculty Development Programme (FDP) will be conducted for programming knowledge in Microcontrollers using MSP430 kit by faculties of Texas Instrument (TI) in college premises. From this FDP and the TI lab, the faculties of ECE department can learn how to implement the design concepts of controllers and MSP430 launch pads for implementation in a real time environment. Thus, the faculties can teach the concepts to the students by giving real time example. Moreover, the students can able to do UG and PG projects in the ECE department by using the MSP430launch pad kit (MSP430: low cost, ultra-low power consumption, and general purpose 16-bit MCU for use in embedded applications).

Events

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As the team ELECTROPASSION has short listed for grand Finale at Welinger Institute of Management and Research, Mumbai. ECE department Faculty Ms.N. Bhuvaneswari and Six students of ECE were participated in the event. They started our Journey from Bangalore on 28/03/18. The team won First Prize with One Lakh Cash Prize in the Smart India Hackathon 2018 –Software Edition under the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution.

Our College Team VARUNA participated in the 6th International Competition on Singapore Autonomous Underwater Vehicle SAUVC 2018- Finals – organized by National University of Singapore in association with India Partner IEEE-OES from 9th March to 12th March 2018.

The Programme” A Cup of Coffee with Alumni” was started by taking a cup of Coffee on 9th November 2017. The Alumni were escorted to the open Dias by Prof. P. Venugopal, ISTE Coordinator (ECE), the Alumni Mr. Pawan Kumar P.B, Senior Network Engineer, WIPRO, Bengaluru, Ms. Rachana, Senior System Engineer, INFOSYS, Bengaluru and Mr. Tejas, Software Developer, SAMSUNG R & D Institute, Bengaluru. Mrs. Rathna, ISTE Coordinator, SSCE, Dr. Hari Krishna, Alumni Coordinator, SSCE, Bengaluru. 72 students of 3rd Semester ECE attended the programme

AWARD: SIAA BEST CIRCUIT STUDENT Award for year 2017,atKochi,Kerala.
AWARD: University 1stRANK,Gold Medal (5 Gold Medals) For ECE for the Academic Year 2017-18

  • Dr.N R Shetty Gold Medal
  • SJCE Silver Jubliee-1988 Gold Medal
  • R N Shetty Gold Medal
  • Jyothi Gold Medal
  • VTU Gold Medal

The 3 days Entrepreneurship awareness camp was organized by IEDC in association with Dept. of ECE supported by EDII, NSTEDB, Govt. of India was organized from 07.02.2018 to 09.02.2018 for the second year ECE students.

The Webinar aims at giving an overview of RTL Design and Functional Verification. This webinar provided the participants an invaluable resource for those who are trying to gain insight about the current needs in the VLSI industry with Key Sessions delivered by Industry Veteran Mr. Sivakumar PR- Founder and CEO of Maven Silicon.

The Webinar aims at giving an overview of RTL Design and Functional Verification. This webinar provided the participants an invaluable resource for those who are trying to gain insight about the current needs in the VLSI industry with Key Sessions delivered by Industry Veteran Mr. Sivakumar PR- Founder and CEO of Maven Silicon.

Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre (LPSC) is the Lead Centre for development and realization of Liquid Propulsion Systems for a variety of Launch Vehicles and Spacecrafts of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), a premier organisation of our Country.

The following Events were conducted during Li’Vaz-2018:

  • SAIRAM CRUCIBLES “tech Quiz”
  • TECH ART”artist explore and is narrative”
  • TECH CHARADES”act out”
  • CIRCUIT HUNT
  • LINE FOLLOWER:easy ,right?Kere’s the catch
  • FEED AND EARN
  • MIND TWISTER”memory recreation”
  • PROGRAM DEBUGGING”If u didn’t fix it,itAint’t fixed”
  • X-BOX GAMES:fifa18,wee 2k18,forza motosport
  • BLIND TRUST:”Trust your friendship”
  • SAIRAM RECORDS
  • MINI MILITIA

The inaugural session of the symposium started with invocation song followed by the lightning of the lamp by the dignitaries. The dignitaries were escorted to the dias by the Convener,Prof C. Sivaprakash,Head of the Department (ECE), the Chief guest Sri Mohankumar.D,CEO,Skypro technologies , Bengaluru , Dr.Y.Vijaykumar , Principal & Sri R.Arunkumar , Management Representative.

The Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering have organized Program on “Energize Your Self” under ISTE Banner for the Second & Third year students and staff members of ECE on 24th Feb 2018 in the College Campus , The aim of the Program was to motivate, improve their Concentration and to manage the stress.Chief Guest: Ms. Suchithra, Manager, Business & Project Development.

Prof. Sivaprakash. C , Head of Electronics and Communication Engineering Department has been awarded as “Best Academic Circuit Faculty” from South Indian Associates of Scientists Developers and Faculties(ASDF) held at Royal Orchid, Bengaluru on 7th April 2018.

MBA

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H&S

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Department of Science and Humanities:

The Department of Science & Humanities proves to be the foundation for the engineering studies. It lays a sturdy foundation for the scholastic expansion of the students. It encompasses the other Departments like Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, English and physical education as well. All the 1st years students’ scholastic accomplishments are manoeuvred and administered by the Department. . The Faculty constantly exhibit intense concern to inspire the students to contribute in assorted aspects like workshop, seminar, conference and symposium and in presenting papers in conferences / Seminars etc.,

MATHEMATICS:

The Department of Mathematics collaborates efficiently with other Departments in the college in gratifying the assignment of the college. The magnificent assortment of applications of Mathematics in the core prospectus of the Engineering and Technological disciplines is taught with exceptional prominence on the practical significance of applications. No effort is spared to facilitate the students to comprehend their goals of acquiring the better characteristics of mathematical knowledge along with professional Degree. Department of Mathematics is committed and dedicated to efficiently communicate the fine Mathematical knowledge to students of Engineering, which serve as a foundation for their engineering studies, and enable them to excel in their knowledge and life as well. It is also committed to guide the SSECians to realize the Mathematical, Logical and Scientific potential in them to magnify their capacity to comprehend abstract perceptions and articulate them in concise and accurate language.

PHYSICS:

The Department of Physics inferred the knowledge of first year B.E. It proffers Engineering physics courses for the 1st and 2nd semester undergraduate Engineering programmes of assorted disciplines. The department provides a sturdy foundation for the Engineering students. It also provides practical knowledge to the students by offering practical physics courses significant to the theoretical physics. Physics is the science of how things work concerning day to day life. The field of physics lies behind all the technologies. Physics is a combination of experiments and theory based on mathematical laws and models, and computation often used to adhere the theory and experiment together. The physics faculty is highly motivated to do research work. The mission of the organization is to produce thousands of potential engineers consistently everyyear.

CHEMISTRY:

The Department of Chemistry has eminent, dedicated and qualified faculties in different areas of General, Applied and Analytical Chemistry. Chemistry Department has safety measures and is located in most eco-friendly environment.The department is conceited to produce exceedingly excellent results in the University examinations. Chemistry department has incredibly, well established & Exclusive laboratory facilities; on focusing with this facility for the potential engineers are well proficient in the practicalunderstanding.

ENGLISH:

The Department of English is constantly striving for enrichment of the language and providing in depth aesthetic knowledge and an eagerness to appreciate the language in its ingenuity to the students who come here to avail themselves of the course. Language laboratory is established to communicate the English language through a contemporary language laboratory facilitate the students to perform well in GRE, TOEFL, GMAT, IELTS, GATE, BEC, and other competitive & entrance examinations. This multimedia lab installed with indispensable software is to improve their LSRW (Listening, Speaking, Reading & Writing) proficiency, also to facilitate them to hone their communication skills, proficiency in Spoken English with the Elements and Components of English language, Business English & vocabulary, Group Discussions, Interview skills, Mock Interviews, personal interviews etc., the Department meticulously trains and guides the students to excel in assorted competitions organized by varied organizations.

H&S

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Department of Science and Humanities:

The Department of Science & Humanities proves to be the foundation for the engineering studies. It lays a sturdy foundation for the scholastic expansion of the students. It encompasses the other Departments like Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, English and physical education as well. All the 1st years students’ scholastic accomplishments are manoeuvred and administered by the Department. . The Faculty constantly exhibit intense concern to inspire the students to contribute in assorted aspects like workshop, seminar, conference and symposium and in presenting papers in conferences / Seminars etc.,

MATHEMATICS:

The Department of Mathematics collaborates efficiently with other Departments in the college in gratifying the assignment of the college. The magnificent assortment of applications of Mathematics in the core prospectus of the Engineering and Technological disciplines is taught with exceptional prominence on the practical significance of applications. No effort is spared to facilitate the students to comprehend their goals of acquiring the better characteristics of mathematical knowledge along with professional Degree. Department of Mathematics is committed and dedicated to efficiently communicate the fine Mathematical knowledge to students of Engineering, which serve as a foundation for their engineering studies, and enable them to excel in their knowledge and life as well. It is also committed to guide the SSECians to realize the Mathematical, Logical and Scientific potential in them to magnify their capacity to comprehend abstract perceptions and articulate them in concise and accurate language.

PHYSICS:

The Department of Physics inferred the knowledge of first year B.E. It proffers Engineering physics courses for the 1st and 2nd semester undergraduate Engineering programmes of assorted disciplines. The department provides a sturdy foundation for the Engineering students. It also provides practical knowledge to the students by offering practical physics courses significant to the theoretical physics. Physics is the science of how things work concerning day to day life. The field of physics lies behind all the technologies. Physics is a combination of experiments and theory based on mathematical laws and models, and computation often used to adhere the theory and experiment together. The physics faculty is highly motivated to do research work. The mission of the organization is to produce thousands of potential engineers consistently everyyear.

CHEMISTRY:

The Department of Chemistry has eminent, dedicated and qualified faculties in different areas of General, Applied and Analytical Chemistry. Chemistry Department has safety measures and is located in most eco-friendly environment.The department is conceited to produce exceedingly excellent results in the University examinations. Chemistry department has incredibly, well established & Exclusive laboratory facilities; on focusing with this facility for the potential engineers are well proficient in the practicalunderstanding.

ENGLISH:

The Department of English is constantly striving for enrichment of the language and providing in depth aesthetic knowledge and an eagerness to appreciate the language in its ingenuity to the students who come here to avail themselves of the course. Language laboratory is established to communicate the English language through a contemporary language laboratory facilitate the students to perform well in GRE, TOEFL, GMAT, IELTS, GATE, BEC, and other competitive & entrance examinations. This multimedia lab installed with indispensable software is to improve their LSRW (Listening, Speaking, Reading & Writing) proficiency, also to facilitate them to hone their communication skills, proficiency in Spoken English with the Elements and Components of English language, Business English & vocabulary, Group Discussions, Interview skills, Mock Interviews, personal interviews etc., the Department meticulously trains and guides the students to excel in assorted competitions organized by varied organizations.

Mech

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About the Department

The profession of Mechanical Engineering, second largest among engineering disciplines, involves design, analysis, and manufacturing of machines. Central to the profession is the importance of innovation and creating new technologies and products. Mechanical engineers work in teams involved in designing jet engines; automobiles; aircrafts and spacecrafts; Microelectromachanical acceleration and pressure sensors; heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems; biomedical and biomechanical devices as artificial hip implants; and such integrated mechanical and electronic (Mechatronic) systems as robots.

Mechanical engineers are employed by small start-ups, multinational corporations, government agencies, national laboratories, consulting firms, and universities. They can work in areas of research, design, manufacturing, sales, quality assurance or management.

Job opportunities

Graduates in Mechanical Engineering will find employment opportunities in the diversified areas of the mechanical field. Mechanical engineers are employed in many types of manufacturing, fabrication, research and development, and service industries such as Railways, Aviation, Automobile Industry, Power plants, Manufacturing Industries e.g. Materials, refined metals etc.

EEE

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About the Department

The department of EEE, established in 1997 with the approval of AICTE, is set in an open, student friendly atmosphere. We have a fine blend of dynamic and experienced faculty who provide quality education at UG level. With VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY curriculum, the Department places equal emphasis on theoretical and practical domains of electrical and electronics engineering. The laboratories are highly modernized to reflect the rapidly changing trends in technology. The Department has well qualified faculty and excellent facilities for research. The faculty and students have publications in the reputed National and International Journals.

Electrical engineers generally design, develop, test, and supervise the manufacture of electrical equipment. Some of the equipments include electric motors; machinery controls, lighting, and wiring in buildings; radar and navigation systems; power generation, controlling and transmission devices used by electric utilities. Electrical engineering focuses on the generation and supply of Electric power, whereas electronics engineering is the application of electricity to control systems or signal processing. Electrical & Electrical engineers specialize in areas such as power systems engineering or electrical equipment manufacturing, signal processing and control systems.

Job opportunities

Obtaining an engineering degree in Electrical & Electronics Engineering will open the door to many opportunities. In today’s high-tech world, this engineering degree is a great foundation for careers in traditional engineering fields as well as for careers in management, sales, government, medicine, research, teaching and more. A recent survey conducted by the Association of Electrical Engineers says that by 2014 there will be a requirement of more than 1, 00,000 EEE graduates every year in India alone.

Infrastructure

The laboratory infrastructure of the department is excellent with state of art equipments and software related to the field of Engineering. The extensive facilities available in the laboratories can be utilized for research work, in addition to the lab courses as per the affiliating university requirement for UG.

The department has spacious classrooms, seminar hall, and a well-equipped laboratory. The department has a dedicated computer lab with 40 systems, all in a networked environment with un- interrupted power supply. These systems have the recent and most updated Software.

The role of a library is critical in making a knowledge society. So the department functions with a library with a collection of standard books for the faculty and students to refer and enhance their knowledge. The department Library collection also includes DVDs in various subjects as per the academic syllabus.

Laboratory

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Lab Details

S.NoName of the lab
1Microprocessor Lab
2Microcontroller Lab
3VLSI Lab
4Power Electronics Lab
5Analog Electronics Circuits Lab
6Advance Communication Lab
7HDL Lab
8DSP Lab
9Analog Communication Lab/LIC Lab
10Digital Electronics Lab
11Embedded Controller Lab
12Computer Networks Lab
11AICTE-RIFO-MODROBS LAB
12Texas Innovation Lab
Configuration Details:

Intel original D915-GAVL Mother Board, 1.5GB RAM, 160GB Hard disk, Samsung 52X CD ROM, 20 Samsung LED Monitor, Key Board, Mouse, HI power Cabinet with SMPS, Windows-XP.

Number of Systems: 25

Industry Standard Keil Microvision,ARM Cortex development Board
Major equipments used in Microprocessor lab are Interfacing kits like PCI-DIOT ,Stepper Motor, Logic Controller, Key-Board Interface, Elevator Interface, Matrix Hex Keyboard Interface, Seven Segment Display, 16-channel 8-bit ADC interface, DC-Motor Interface with DC Motor, Dual DAC interface,8086 Microprocessor Kits. And Masm Software is used

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Configuration Details:

Intel Pentium 4 processor, 3Ghz, Intel original D915-GAVL Mother Board, 1.5GB RAM, 160GB Hard disk, Samsung 52X CD ROM, 20 Samsung LED Monitor, Key Board, Mouse, HI power Cabinet with SMPS, Windows-XP.
Number of Systems: 25
Software used are Xilinx ISE Foundation Software Tool with Modelsim XE- Starter,Interfacing Kits Like Xilinx Spartan FPGA XC2S200PQ208C5, TK base Xilinx FPGA XC2S30/50 daughter board, Stepper Motor, DC Motor, Logic Analyzer and Pattern Generator



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Configuration Details:

Dell monitor, Dell OptiPlex 980, Intel Core I5 Processor 3.2Ghz, 4GB RAM, 250 GB Hard Disk, Dell Keyboard & Mouse
Number of Systems :20
Intel core 2 duo, 2.2Ghz processor, 2mb L2 Cache, Intel original D945 motherboard with built in audio and LAN, 1GB DDR2 RAM, 160 GB Hard disks, 15” Samsung Monitor, TFTmonitor, Keyboard, optical mouse, power Cabinet with SMPS
Number of Systems :10
DSP Starter kits TMS320C7613.
Software used is MAT-Lab 6.0 CC-Studio, VI Debugger



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Configuration Details:

Dell monitor, Dell OptiPlex 980, Intel Core I5 Processor 3.2Ghz, 4GB RAM, 250 GB Hard Disk, Dell Keyboard & Mouse
Number of Systems :20
Intel core 2 duo, 2.2Ghz processor, 2mb L2 Cache, Intel original D945 motherboard with built in audio and LAN, 1GB DDR2 RAM, 160 GB Hard disks, 15” Samsung Monitor, TFT monitor, Keyboard, optical mouse, power Cabinet with SMPS
Number of Systems :10
Software used is NSG 2.1with Cygwin,Dev C++



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Configuration Details:
SCR, TRIAC_DIAC, IGBT,MOSFET, UJT Module, Bridge rectifier, parallel and serial inverter, speed controller stepper and universal motor, isolation transformer, SCR-turnoff circuit,3 Amps Inductor, Dc Motor, TRIAC_DIAC Module.
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Oscilloscope, Function generator, Power supplies, Step Down Transformers
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Optic Fiber kit, Microwave Test Bench, Microwave equipments, antenna set up, Modulation kits, IC Tester kit, VSWR Meter, Microwave Signal Generator.
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Digital Trainer Kit -30, ICs, IC Tester kit
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Department has started an innovation lab for Embedded domain as a wing associated with Sri Leo Muthu innovation centre established in college. All students are encouraged to carry out their innovative projects in the centre related to specific domain.The lab also supports the students of other domains to carry out inter disciplinary projects.
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Department have signed a Memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the university program of Texas instruments Limited in association with Edugate technologies private limited Bengaluru for organizing students training programs,workshops,Handson training.
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Computer Science & Engineering

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About the Department

There is no refuting that the Computers play a fundamental role in today’s exceptionally automated culture. This is a civilization which has undergone major conversion in the space of a few hundred years whilst assured technologies have prospered and became a part of the social fabric.

As technological innovation advance, it will become increasingly important to have awareness and an understanding of the nature of information and communication technologies, and how they are changing. Anticipating these changes will enhance the choices you make in your personal and working life . Naturally, the more knowledge you have, the more will you be able to exert the power of information and communication technology.

The department encompasses exceedingly competent, veteran and fanatical faculty who communicates perceptive indispensable knowledge to the students. It is well equipped with sufficient quantity of computers and the latest software’s. which have high end systems capable of high speed data dispensation.

The department possesses a library, multimedia, projecting facility and internet facility, which is Wi-Fi enable. The faculty and students are encouraged to contribute in assorted national and international conferences. To enhance the technical knowledge in students, the department organizes frequent guest lectures. In order to comprise close association with industry, industrial communications and industrial expeditions are organized enable the students to experience the industrial environment. The students are encouraged to take up research and industrial projects.

The department demeanors a national level technical symposium Advaya every year with different themes, ‘IT-Touch To Create’ was the theme for Advaya 2013.

The department also encourages students to participate in various project exhibitions and students have brought laurels to the department and the college. The department is closely associated with the computer society of India (CSI) which is the largest association of IT Professionals in India.

Objectives

The prime objective of the Computer Science and engineering program is to provide the students, a sound technological platform and the essential fundamental knowledge & hone the technical expertise as demanded by the contemporary engineering professionals .It prepares them to face the challenges of today’s IT Professional by divulging them to an extensive assortment of cutting edge technologies .
The department endeavors to construct a effervescent knowledge base milieu to authorize the students with the professional & individual brilliance as well.

  • It is premeditated to offer an in depth knowledge of computer and its applications to congregate the requirements of the state of the art software industry and also to identify the opportunities in the vicinity.
  • To construct ethically sturdy and socially responsible citizens.
  • To offer every student with a sturdy conceptual foundation in the core vicinity of computer science and latest software tools.
  • To provide students with hands on experience through laboratory courses and projects.
  • To train students to work in teams and provide insight and direction into the program which imparts an exceptional instructive occasion for those planning to pursue a career or to gain in depth knowledge in computer technology and research, current trends, developments and analysis.

Faculty

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Head of the Department

Name : Mr. C. Sivaprakash Qualification :M.E(Ph.D) Department :Electronics and Communication Engineering View Profile

Staff Details

S.NoName of the StaffDesignationQualificationMail Id
1Mr. C. Sivaprakash
Assistant ProfessorM.E(Ph.D)hod.ece@sairamce.edu.in
shiva.ece@sairamce.edu.in
2Ms. R. DeepaAssistant ProfessorM.Edeepar.ece@sairamce.edu.in
3Mr. P. VenugopalAssistant ProfessorM.Techvenugopal.ece@sairamce.edu.in
4Mr. G.V. RajaAssistant ProfessorM.Egvraja.ece@sairamce.edu.in
5Ms. R. GeethaAssistant ProfessorM.Tech, MCA(Ph.D)geethar.ece@sairamce.edu.in
6Ms. G.S. DhanyaAssistant ProfessorM.Edhanyags.ece@sairamce.edu.in
7Ms. R. ArunaAssistant ProfessorM.Techarunar.ece@sairamce.edu.in
8Mr. V.K. TivariAssistant ProfessorM.Techvtivari.ece@sairamce.edu.in
9Mr. H.R. HaleshaAssistant ProfessorM.Techhalesha.ece@sairamce.edu.in
10Ms. A. PoonguzhaliAssistant ProfessorM.E(Ph.D)poonguzahali.ece@sairamce.edu.in
11Ms. H.S. SavithaAssistant ProfessorM.Techsavithahs.ece@sairamce.edu.in
12Ms. K.P. Linija ShylinAssistant ProfessorM.Elinija.ece@sairamce.edu.in
13Ms. B. SrilathaAssistant ProfessorM.E(Ph.D)srilatha.ece@sairamce.edu.in
14Ms. BhuvaneswariAssistant ProfessorM.Ebhuvaneswari.ece@sairamce.edu.in
15Ms. R.D. VidyaraniAssistant ProfessorM.Techvidyarani.ece@sairamce.edu.in
16Mr. N. Santhosh KumarAssistant ProfessorM.Techsantoshkumar.ece@sairamce.edu.in
17Ms. J. SuganyaAssistant ProfessorM.E(Ph.D)suganya.ece@sairamce.edu.in
18Ms. P. GowriAssistant ProfessorM.E(Ph.D)gowri.ece@sairamce.edu.in
19Mr. SanthamoorthyAssistant ProfessorM.Techmoorthy.ece@sairamce.edu.in

List of Supporting staff
S.NoName of the StaffQualificationDesignation
1Lohit VM.TechLab Instructor
2Raghunath DDIPLOMA , BCALab Instructor
3Fakkirappa KuriITI(DIPLOMA)Lab Instructor
4Jagadish.NPUCAttender
5Manjunath .Y(SSLC)Attender
6Vidyasri MPUCHelper/Office Assistant
7V SujathaPUCHelper/Store Assistant
8Mohan Doss NSSLCHelper/Canteen Store Keeper
9VenkataramanaSSLCElectrical Assistant

About

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About the Department

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering in Sri Sairam College of Engineering formerly Shirdi Sai Engineering College was established in the year 1997. All through its sparkling history of 21 years, the department of ECE has been known for its exceptionally strong Under-Graduate training programme. The department has always been on a progressive path, thanks to the experienced and dedicated faculty members who have a strong commitment towards providing quality engineering education. The Department has 19 faculty members, 5 supporting Staffs.
In order to inculcate R & D among the students, the department faculty encourages the students to implement innovative ideas in their project works.

Ms. Bindhu S (1SB13EC013) had topped the University by securing 5 Gold Medals and First rank in VTU for the Batch (2013-2017)

Some of the awards winning projects are

  • Integration with Moisture Meter-Smart India Hackathon-2018
  • Automation of ECB screw assembly
  • Weaponised surveillance rover
  • Poblacian educar vincular
  • Wireless intelligence tracking and management systems
  • Bio-speckle assessment bruising in fruits

Department Initiatives

Innovation Lab

Department has started an innovation lab for Embedded domain as a wing associated with Sri Leo Muthu innovation centre established in college. All students are encouraged to carry out their innovative projects in the centre related to specific domain .The lab also supports the students of other domains to carry out inter disciplinary projects.

 

MOU

Department have signed a Memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the university program of Texas instruments Limited in association with Edugate technologies private limited Bengaluru for organizing students training programs,workshops,Handson training …Etc.

 

Association of ECE

The association is the pioneer in encouraging the students to organize and participate in the national level symposium. AECE- Association of Electronics and Communication Engineers in association with IETE. The students exhibit their talents in various mind provoking events. The other events organized by the association are International Conferences, National Conferences, Workshops, Seminars / Guest Lecturers on advanced topics.

 

IEEE

IEEE – Institution of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is the world’s largest technical society which provides the latest information and the best technical resources to members worldwide. It is a magnet bringing all Electrical and Electronics Engineers together. IEEE releases a number of journals and magazines and majority are available in our central library. Online access of the publications is also available in our institution.

 

IETE

IETE- Institute of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers, is a leading professional society intended for the advancement of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers. It promotes and conducts basic engineering and continuing education programs for Human Resource Development. III and IV year students of ECE are members of IETE Students Forum -ISF.

 

Strength of the Department

  • The infrastructure in the laboratory is as per norms. DSP Lab, VLSI Lab and ESD consist of systems with the highest configuration, connected with Internet.
  • Department also organizes department technical fest Livaz every year.
  • Well Established Lab with total investment crossing Rs.2.7 crores.
  • Self-motivated, well-qualified and experienced teaching, non-teaching Faculty working as a team.
  • Well experienced Professors with an average Industrial Experience of 35 Years.
  • Continuous Institution Industry Interaction to help students to upgrade knowledge.
  • Student’s projects are funded by KSCST, IEDC and VGST.