Computer Science & Engineering

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Head of Department :Dr.Anitha V.S.
The Department started functioning in 1999 offering B Tech degree in Computer Science & Engg. The Present intake of students in the first year is 66. Additional 6 students are admitted in 3rd semester under Lateral Entry Scheme. The faculty strength is 10 comprising of 1 - Professor, 2 - Associate Professors and 7 - Assistant Professors.The department facilitates following services of the institution in addition to regular academic work.

  1. Managing the Central Computing Facility for the college.
  2. Managing Computer Networks and Wi-fi facility of the college
  3. Managing Website Administration of the college

Department VISION
To be a centre of excellence in the discipline of computer science and engineering education and motivated computing engineers having knowledge and skills demanded by the time.

Department MISSION
1. To impart computing engineering education by highly qualified faculties through research and innovative teaching learning methodologies in an intellectually stimulating environment.
2. To inculcate ethical and moral values in the young minds by engaging in a lifelong learning process with professional and social commitment.

Program Educational Objectives

1. To create not noly employable engineers but also graduates capable of pursue research who are aware of societal needs in the global context

2. To create commited,ethically footed graduates with professionalism .

3. Graduates will be able to work in different environments by working in a intellectually simulating environment with highly qualified faculties.

4. Graduates will adapt to different roles and demonstrate leaderships in global working environment by respecting diversity, professionalism and ethical practices.

 Program Outcomes (POs) & Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

 Program Outcomes –POs

  1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and computing sciences to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem analysis: Identify , formulate , review research literature and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics natural science and engineering science.
  3. Design/development of solutions:Design computer system components and services that meets public health and safety, cultural, societal,environmental and national standards.
  4. Conduct investigations of complex problems:Use research based knowledge and research based methods including design of algorithms, analysis and interpretation of data ,and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions
  5. Modern tool usage:Create, select and apply appropriate technique, resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex computing activities with an understanding of limitations.
  6. The engineer and society:Apply reasoning informed by computing knowledge to asses societal, health and safety, legal and cultural issues and consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice
  7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the importance of computer engineering solutions in societal environmental context and demonstrate the knowledge and need for sustainable development
  8. Ethics: Apply and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice
  9. Individual and team work:Function effectively as an individual or as a member or leader in diverse teams in multidisciplinary settings
  10. Communication:Create awareness on nature and growing needs for technical communication and impart listening speaking and reading skills especially creating reports design documentation and creating effective presentation.
  11. Project management and finance:Understanding of the engineering and management principle and apply these to one's own work as a member and leader in the team to manage software projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for and have preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of change in the field of computer science and engineering.

 Program Specific outcomes(PSOs)

 Engineer and entrepreneurship: Towards inspiring and supporting ofstart-up entrepreneurialventure that aims to meet a marketplace need by developing or offering an innovative product, process or service.

  1. The engineer in global context:To create an ability to work in global context adhering to the professionalpractices.


Central computing Facility

The central computing facility started functioning from 2000. It serves all the computing requirements, internet, printing and other facilities to students and staff of the college. The campus LAN, supported by a semi managed wifi is controlled from CCF. CCF has sufficient facilities to support the academic and administrative tasks of the college. Systems Lab Linux Lab. 

Lab in-charge: Mr. Shabeer K P, Custodian : Mr. Abid Tharavattath. 

Multimedia lab

The Multimedia Laboratory is well equipped with state of the art facilities like high-end computers, Digital Still cameras, video cameras, LCD projectors, scanners & Laser printers, 5.1 channels surround sound systems etc., and recently three powerful graphics work stations were added to our armor.

Lab in-charge: Mrs. Smitha Karunan, Custodian : Mr. Sujith Kumar K. B.

Project Lab

It aims to provide high end computers and latest softwares to facilitate student projects as well as to nurture their research talents. The lab is equipped with 25nos of high end desktop computers and user licenses of software like visual studio etc.

Lab in-charge: Ms. Binatha C, Custodian : Mr. Sankaran Namboodri.

Network Lab

The lab is established to offer state of the art facilities for academic projects in the field of communication and network engineering. It consists of 35 numbers of high end desk top and a work station. All the machines are equipped with software’s for networking experiments.

Lab in-charge: Mr. Shabeer K P, Custodian : Mrs. Rajeswary V. P. 

Hardware Lab

This Lab aims to impart skills and knowledge to students in maintaining and Trouble shooting of computer systems and to enable the students to identify various components and to assemble the system. It also provides hands-on experience on microprocessor kits. The major equipments available in the hardware lab are Microprocessor kit , Microcontroller Kit , Analog to Digital Converters , Digital to Analog Converters, Stepper motor Controller, Logic Control Interface, Multimedia Projector, Handy Cam, 2WRFT VAST outdoor Unit , Public Address System. etc,. 

Lab in-charge: Mrs. Smitha Karunan, Custodion : Mr. Sujith Kumar K. B. 

Software Lab

Objective of this lab is to bring an environment to practice programming in languages like C, Java etc., and introduce Data Structures, Programming Paradigms, Compiler Design and Internet & Web Programming with Java etc. as per syllabus to students. The major equipment in the lab are Desktop PCs, Printers, scanner, Laptops and Hubs.etc.

Lab in-charge: Mrs. Dhanyaraj P, Custodian : Jyothi T.

Department Library

The department library has a collection of 274 books, learning materials, periodicals and journals. Library also keeps reports of mini projects, main projects and seminars. Custodian: Mr. Sankaran Namboodri

Language Lab

Lab in-charge: Mr. Shabeer K P, Custodian : Mrs. Jyothi T

Content Generation Lab

Lab in-charge: Mrs. Smitha Karunan, Custodian : Mr. Sujith Kumar K. B. 

Virtual Classroom

Virtual Class Room is used for conducting classes from remote locations through Networks systems  and NPTEL Videos with High class facilities.  Maximum Sitting Capacity 60 Nos. 

Lab in-charge: Mr. Shabeer K P, Custodian : Mrs. Rajeswary V. P.

High Performance Computing

The college has a High Performance Computing facility with 4 powerful computing nodes and a dedicated GPU node.


NamePostQualificationPhoneEmail ID
Dr. V. S. Anitha
Prof.. K. S. ValsarajAssociate ProfessorM.
Mr. Ali Akbar NAssistant ProfessorM.Tech
Mr. Gilesh M PAssistant ProfessorM. E (Doing PhD under QIP)
Mr. Shabeer K PAssistant
Ms. Binatha C.Assistant ProfessorM.
Mrs. Dhanya Raj PAssistant ProfessorM.
Mrs. Smitha KarunanAssistant ProfessorM.
Ms. Linsa V.UAssistant Professor(Adhoc)M.
Ms. Shaheera KAAssistant Professor(Adhoc)M.
Ms. Julia AndrewsAssistant Professor(Adhoc)M.
Ms. SyamilyAssistant Professor(Adhoc)M.
Mr. Arun MonAssistant Professor(Adhoc)M.
Ms. Amaya anna joyAssistant Professor(Adhoc)M.
Ms.Arun Betty A.SAssistant Professor(Adhoc)M.
Ms.Sruthi K KAssistant Professor(Adhoc)M.
Ms.Sneha TAssistant Professor(Adhoc)M.
Ms.Soumya ThomasAssistant Professor(Adhoc)M.

Technical Staff

NamePostQualificationPhoneEmail ID
Mrs. Jyothi.TComputer Programmer(HG)B.Sc Physics, Diploma Comp Engg,
Certificate in Disaster Mgt,MA Psychology(Clinical)
Mr. Abid TharavattathComputer Programmer HG (NSS Programme Officer)MSc Physics,MHRM,PGDCA,BEd, Diploma in RTM,Diploma in
Mr. Sreeraj SComputer ProgrammerB.Tech Computer Science &
Ms. Rajeswary VPInstructor Grade IIM.Com,
Mr. Sujithkumar KBTrade Instructor Grade
Mr. Sankaran
Mr.Midhun PTrade Instructor (Adhoc)B
Ms. ShabnaTrade Instructor (Adhoc)
Ms. Sindhu NRTradesman (Adhoc)B
Mr. Kiran C JTradesman (Adhoc)B


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