Department of Computer Science and Engineering

About the Department

Vision and Mission

Prog. Edu Objectives & Outcomes

HOD Profile

Faculty List

Milestones

Innovations in Teaching and Learning

Instructional Materials

Activities & Professional Society

NPTEL Programme

Newsletter and Magazines

Survey Forms

Library

Question Bank

About the Department

The Computer Science and Engineering Department offers both Undergraduate and Postgraduate programs. It provides an excellent ambiance for students to learn and acquire the necessary skills required by the IT Industry. Technological innovation is so rapid in this field that continuous education is essential to enhance the skill set of students keeping in pace with the current trends. The department has experienced faculty members who are fully committed to teaching and research.

The students have access to well equipped, state-of-the-art laboratories. A wide range of activities undertaken in the department allow the students to gain contemporary knowledge of the basic problems in the IT industry. The advance curriculum requires the students to take up a broad spectrum of courses with special emphasis on desired areas of specialization. Hence, the department has brought out exceptional engineers in the past and will continue to do in the years to come. The Department maintains an excellent interaction with IT industry and organizes regular guest lectures by experts, industrial visits, internships etc. and stands for industry – Institute collaboration.

Vision and Mission

VISION

To provide an academically conducive environment for individuals to develop as technologically superior, socially conscious and nationally responsible citizens.

MISSION

  • M1: To develop our department as a center of excellence, imparting quality education, generating competent and skilled manpower.
  • M2: To prepare our students with high degree of credibility, integrity, ethical standards and social concern.
  • M3: To train our students to devise and implement novel systems, based on Education and Research.

Programme Educational Objectives(PEO)

  • PEO 1: Employment/Higher studies: To impart and disseminate sound knowledge to the students on the fundamentals of mathematics and advanced fields of computer science and interrelated disciplines to solve simple and complex engineering problems and train them to achieve sustainable growth in their professional career.
  • PEO 2: Discipline Knowledge: To enhance the ability of students to evaluate the specific requirements of software industry and provide innovative engineering solutions and efficient product designs.
  • PEO 3: Individual Skills: To facilitate the students to make use of their technical competency to identify and develop appropriate product design, development, testing, maintenance, analysis of problems and provide corrective measures.
  • PEO 4:3P’s -Professional, Personality and Presentation: To enable the students to develop strong leadership qualities with aggressive optimism, multidisciplinary skills, excellent communication skills and function as effective and reliable team members giving importance to professional and ethical principles.
  • PEO 5: Environment: To inculcate in the students to associate in social networking, pursue continued learning of the latest developments in Computer Science and involve in higher research and contribute to the development of software industry and related engineering fields.

Programme Outcomes (PO)

  • PO1 (Engineering knowledge): Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • PO2 (Problem Analysis): Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problem reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • PO3(Design/development of solutions):Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • PO4 (Conduct investigations of complex problems): Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • PO5(Modern tool usage): Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO6(The engineer and society): Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the Professional engineering practice.
  • PO7 (Environment and sustainability): Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • PO8 (Ethics): Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO9 (Individual and team work): Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings
  • PO10(Communication):Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO11 (Project management and finance): Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • PO12 (Life-long learning): Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO)

  • PSO 1 (Professional Skills): To inculcate technical skills to analyze, design and implement software’s related to algorithms, networking, web services, multimedia, big data analytics and recent topics of varying complexity.
  • PSO 2 (Problem-Solving Skills): To develop the capability to comprehend and solve the interdisciplinary problems through appropriate technology with the understanding of contemporary business environment
  • PSO 3 (Successful Career and Entrepreneurship): To develop an ability to utilize the latest technology and platforms to become a triumphant professional, successful entrepreneur and an urge for pursuing higher studies.

HOD Profile

Dr.L.JABASHEELA , M.E .,Ph.D.,

Professor & Head Department of Computer Science and Engineering

She has more than 25 years of experience in Academics & Research with professional certifications from Microsoft ( MCP & MCSE ) & UiPath (RPA)

Her research interests are Image mining & Data Analytics. She has published several papers in reputed international journals and conferences . Two Research Scholars have obtained their PhD degree under her supervision. She has authored more than 10 books and obtained several copyrights and patents for her research work. She is the recipient of CSI TechNext Award for Contemporary Book Publication and received Best Mentor appreciation from NPTEL for the course in IoT. Her team won the FIRST prize in the National Product Development hackathon 2020 conducted by CSI.

She is the member of theprofessional societies IEEE, CSI ,IACSIT and IEANG

She has received funds worth Rs.26.15 lakhs from AICTE,HYUNDAI WIA India Ltd, TNSCST & Anna University.

Faculty List

S.No. Name of the Faculty Designation
1 Dr.Murugavalli.S Professor
2 Dr.Valarmathi.K Professor
3 Dr. Rajendiran.M Professor
4 Dr. Jaba Sheela. L Professor
5 Dr.Pughazendhi.N Professor
6 Dr. Ambeth Kumar .V.D Professor
7 Dr.Josephine Leela. R Professor
8 Dr.Hariharan.S Professor
9 Dr. Senthil Kumar. G Professor
10 Dr.Balaji. S Professor
11 Prof. Vinmathi. M.S. Professor
12 Prof. Anitha Moses . V Professor
13 Dr. Sathish Kumar .P.J Associate Professor
14 Dr. Jackulin. T Associate Professor
15 Dr.Hemlatha Dhevi. A Associate Professor
16 Dr.Sangeetha Kalyaniraman Associate Professor
17 Dr.Sudha. D Associate Professor
18 Mr. Elangovan. D Associate Professor
19 Ms. Sathiya .V Associate Professor
20 Mr. Mohan .M Associate Professor
21 Mrs.Sathya Preiya. V Associate Professor
22 Mrs.Santhana Lakshmi. S.T. Associate Professor
23 Mrs.Sangeetha.M Associate Professor
24 Mrs. Vimala. S Associate Professor
25 Mr.Krishnamoorthy.M Associate Professor
26 Mr.Shanmuganathan. M Associate Professor
27 Mr. Sasikumar.A.N Associate Professor
28 Mrs. Deepa. P Associate Professor
29 Mr.Kajendran. K Associate Professor
30 Mrs.Vijayalakshmi. P Associate Professor
31 Mrs. Maheswari. M Associate Professor
32 Mrs. Devi. R Associate Professor
33 Mr. Mahendran. M Associate Professor
34 Mr. Gunasekaran. K Assistant Professor
35 Mr. Karthikeyan. A Assistant Professor
36 Mr.Thyagarajan. C Assistant Professor
37 Mr. Jainulabudeen. S.A.K. Assistant Professor
38 Mrs.Sangeetha  Krishnan Assistant Professor
39 Mrs. Jackulin.C Assistant Professor
40 Mrs .Jennifer. D Assistant Professor
41 Mrs.Vijayalakshmi. C Assistant Professor
42 Mrs. Kanchana. A Assistant Professor
43 Mrs. Anitha. M Assistant Professor
44 Mr. Subburaj . S Assistant Professor
45 Ms.Yamuna Devi .S Assistant Professor
46 Mrs. Priya. R Assistant Professor
47 Mrs. Kalaimani.D Assistant Professor
48 Mrs. Jayashri. C Assistant Professor
49 Ms.Aarthinivasini. R.B Assistant Professor
50 Mrs. Divya.S Assistant Professor
51 Mrs. Priyanka. K Assistant Professor
52 Mr. Yuvaraj. P Assistant Professor
53 Mr. Thamim Azarudeen. K Assistant Professor
54 Ms .Baghyalakshmi . R Assistant Professor
55 Ms. Monisha. G.S. Assistant Professor
56 Ms. Navadeepika K.M.R Assistant Professor
57 Ms.Varnikhaa. P Assistant Professor
58 Ms. Vaishnavi. M Assistant Professor
59 Ms. Sharmila .S Assistant Professor
60 Ms. Gayathri Pillai . S . J Assistant Professor
61 Ms. Farzana .S Assistant Professor
62 Mr. Suresh.P.M Assistant Professor
63 Mr. Sundar R Assistant Professor
64 Mrs. Shahini.N Assistant Professor
65 Mr. Senthil. M Assistant Professor
66 Mr. Bhaskar. D Assistant Professor

Milestones

  • 2000
    B.E (CSE) Programme started with the intake of 60 students
  • 2001
    B.E (CSE) Programme intake increased to 90 students
  • 2004
    First batch of B.E(CSE) got graduated
  • 2005
    IEEE, CSI and ISTE membership establishment
  • 2006
    B.E(CSE) Programme intake increased to 120 students
    Accredidated by NBA for 3 years
  • 2007
    Up gradation of Internet Programming Lab as Networks Lab (MODROBS)
  • 2011
    B.E(CSE) Programme intake increased to 180 students
    Renewed by NBA for 3 years
  • 2012
    B.E(CSE) Programme intake increased to 240 students
    Modernization of Computer Graphics and Multimedia Lab (MODROBS)
  • 2013
    B.E(CSE)Programme intake increased to 300 students
  • 2014
    Digital Lab setup
    Skill Development Lab setup
  • 2015
    Renewed by NBA for 2 years
    EMC Academic Alliance - Cloud Infrastructure and Services
    NPTEL establishment for online courses
  • 2016
    Cloud Infrastructure Lab Establishment
    EMC Center of Academic Excellence (CoAE)- Data Science & Big Data Analytics Lab
    M.E(CSE) Programme started
  • 2018
    Accreditation extended by NBA upto June 2021
  • 2019
    Recognized as Research Center by Anna University
  • 2021
    Further Extension up to June 2022 by NBA

INNOVATIONS IN TEACHING AND LEARNING

Innovative teaching methodologies help faculty to deliver their lectures in a faster and efficient manner thereby allowing the students to keep abreast of technological advancements. In addition, innovative teaching aids also impart rationale thinking and self-sufficient thought process in the mindsets of students by making them more proactive. Education is a very powerful instrument for social change and transformation. Innovative practices are the only way to enhance the quality of our education. In addition to the conventional teaching methodologies, the college has adopted pedagogical methodologies such as participatory learning, experiential learning, personalized learning, and problem-solving for enhancing the learning levels of the students by adhering to the academic calendar of the college which is prepared well in advance. These methodologies make sure that the students are dynamic participants rather than passive listeners in the teaching learning process. In pursuit of the provisions of the academic calendar, the faculty members prepare their teaching plans and submit the same to their respective Head of the Department for approval. Every effort is made to follow the academic calendar as well as teaching plans.
The Innovative practices adopted by the department are as follows:
1. INSTRUCTIONAL DELIVERY
2. MULTIMEDIA LEARNING
3. WIT AND WIL
4. EACH ONE TEACH ONE
5. EXPERIMENTIAL LEARNING
6. EMPLOYABILITY TRAINING
7. SMALL GROUP LEARNING
8. EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING
9. PERSONALIZED LEARNING
10. ONLINE LEARNING PLATFORMS

TEACHING LEARNING METHODS ADOPTED

1. INSTRUCTIONAL DELIVERY

In order to make teaching and learning process more effective, the Faculty Member is taking care of prescribed time available for the corresponding semester in accordance with academic calendar. The theory lectures and practical's are planned by the faculty as per the weightage of the topics in curriculum design. The handouts are given to the students, so that students come to the lecture with prerequisite knowledge about the topic. The Faculty Member makes the connection between theory classes and practical's in way that the student can understand the application of theoretical concept in real world situation.

Instructional Methods Description
Teaching Aids Use of modern teaching aids like LCD projectors and such other methods are deployed in classrooms and other student learning environments. 
Academic discussions Individual faculty and/or expert faculty initiate and monitors academic discussions on selected topics in class room among students while sharing study material in respect of these topics
Team teaching Some typical complex topics are handled by expert faculty for core subjects while all other topics in syllabus are dealt by the designated faculty
NPTEL videos NPTEL Videos server is made accessible in every Lab. Hence the faculty and students derive benefit of the facility
Digital library Digital library facilitates the faculty and students with E-journal (Springer), NPTEL Videos (with headphones)
Enhancement of teaching skills Faculty members use department library, digital library and other Open Source platforms to enhance their teaching skills.
Advanced training to faculty The faculty members are encouraged to participate in short term courses, faculty development programs and workshops on advanced topics to keep pace with the advanced level of knowledge and skills.
Interactive Lectures Lectures are delivered in a way to make it more interactive to the large number of students. The prerequisite knowledge of the topic, critical information, history, Background, theories and evolutions has provided to students to make interactive lectures at both ends. The course objectives are well attained while delivering the lectures by defining the proper lesson plan for the subject.
Presentations Presentations are delivered with models, simulations and animation to enhance the concepts more effectively to the students. Presentations are always followed by the discussions based on the topic taught thus improving communication skills of students
Demonstrations Practical demonstration of applicability of theoretical concept in real world is given through program execution, charts, monograms and videos. Students are engaged completely for assigned lab hours. Demonstrations strengthen the lifelong learning capability of students.
Use of Question Banks Question Banks consisting of variety of questions ranging from genius or highest difficult level to normal level are given to the students for acquaintance with variety of questions

Quality of Assignments

Assignments are given for courses which provides an opportunity for the students to further dig deeper into the content and reflect on the material. These are evaluated and returned to the students so that they get feedback on what they have understood and what they have not understood properly.

Quality of Student Projects

Students do projects pertaining to their area of interest in their respective discipline and have to submit a report for which assessment will be made both internally and externally. Besides they also have to appear for Project viva-voce examination where students will be evaluated by an external examiner. Students perform the literature review of the specified topic, formulate the problem, adopt certain methodologies and examine the projects requirements and constraints to implement the project ethically and it also helps them to understand the their ability in accomplishing targets Students apply the knowledge of all related courses in providing suitable solutions to managerial problems. During the implementation, the students perform analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions. The progress of the project is presented by the students. At the end of the project the students prepare and submit the report. This helps the students to communicate effectively and to present ideas clearly in both the written and oral forms as well as enable them to meet the challenges ahead.

2. MULTIMEDIA LEARNING

The Faculty Member will deliver some concepts with the aid of Software tools. These learning tools play vital role in delivering subject knowledge. The students can identify the key points of presentation easy way. Live demonstration can be an effective tool to present material in classroom and encourage student learning. Multimedia combines basic types of media into learning environment such as text, audio, video and graphics thus providing a powerful tool for teaching. This allows the students to pay more attention towards the concepts. It also helps the students to think and analyze the concepts in a better way. Hence teachers select the mode of using video lectures as the preliminary process of learning.

3. WIT & WIL

WIT & WIL, acronym for “Why am I Teaching What I am Teaching” from Teacher’s perspective and “Why am I Learning What I am Learning” from student’s perspective, is one such initiative that has been embedded into the Teaching-Learning process, WIT & WIL has a structured framework and to ensure that the course outcomes are met, since learning occurs not by recording information but by interpreting it. It helps students to structure and process knowledge and in turn makes them constructors of knowledge. WIT & WIL formats also provide ample scope for modern education technologies and active teaching methods, such as the use of audio-visual content, slideshows, case studies, and storytelling through real-world examples
The mechanism of documenting WIT & WIL is also in line with the Bloom’s Taxonomy, wherein the students are driven from Lower Order Thinking skills (LOT) to Higher Order Thinking skills (HOT) and develop an innate understanding and appreciation of the subject towards the real-world scenario.
Using Innovative methods of teaching is a crucial skill for faculty members, innovative teaching methods and approaches can significantly enhance the student learning process. The faculty members are get to know the experiment and practice the most relevant innovative teaching methods, such as Project based learning, non-formal education, outdoors education, new technologies. The faculty members are encouraged to participate in FDP (Faculty Development Program) both Online and Offline, Short term Training conducted by National Institute of Technical Teacher’s Training and Research (NITTR), Workshop conducted by IIT Bombay Remote Centre. Faculty members are encouraged to enroll in Coursera to build skills on New Technologies. The training provides Faculty members inputs on process and practice of personal development, communication and inter-personal skills, creativity, problem solving so that they can act as resource person in guiding and motivating students to take up their study in the right way.

4. EACH ONE TEACH ONE

Each-one Teach-one’ Program to help the academically and technically junior students, to catch up with their colleagues, the ‘Each-one Teach-one’ program has been successfully operational in the department and has also been introduced at the under-graduate level very successfully. In this scheme, the senior classes give awareness to students and help them in learning, under the supervision of teachers. In this connection the CSE Department had taken an initiative the same to improve the student skill set and this methodology helps the students to improve their presentation, communication skills, and knowledge levels in the concepts by self-preparation and presentation. It helps the students to enrich themselves towards self-learning and employability.

5. EXPERIMENTAL LEARNING

Experimental learning is the process of learning through practice. To potentially conceptualize theoretical subjects, faculty members correlate the concepts learned in the theory class with the practical laboratory classes. Demonstration classes are conducted for the students which give an insight into the practical concepts in theory courses.

Experiments can be used either to introduce new ideas or to clarify puzzling aspects of topics with which students typically struggle. If the result of an experiment is surprising yet convincing, students are in the position to build ownership of the new idea and use it to scaffold learning. In addition to checking that the conceptual focus of the experiment has been understood correctly, assessments can push students to describe a follow-up experiment or to extend the concept to another application.

6. EMPLOYABILITY TRAINING

In view of the employability of the students, Department of Computer Science & Engineering has been providing the technical and soft skills training. The training is conducted by internal and external faculty which comprises technical and soft skills. Before commencing the training, Internal Training Team will assess the students’ technical skills and based on the feedback, the team will classify the students into various categories like domain-specific, technology-specific and also with an extent of student’s interest Students are the first and foremost stakeholders of the college. The teaching learning process is student centric by default and sufficient space is provided for that in the academic plan. Student centric teaching methods such as Guest Lectures, Brain-storming activities like Case study, Management Games, Seminars, Conferences and Workshops are employed to make teaching learning more effective. Students can practice and improve their industry skills while also learning how to work. Not only does this give individuals an edge over other candidates when applying for jobs, it also prepares them for what to expect in their field and increases confidence in their work. The college constantly motivates the students to do involve in such activities so that after the trainings attended, they are able to do the projects in various domains, present the innovative papers in conferences, etc

7. SMALL GROUP LEARNING

During the period of study, the students are encouraged to take an active participation in management games, case studies and group discussions through which the managerial qualities, decision making and forward planning are exposed. These events promote leadership qualities in the students. It also inculcates the spirit of team work among the students.

Role Play

Role Play is a technique that allows students to explore realistic situations by interacting with other people in a managed way in order to develop experience and trail different strategies in a supported environment. Role Play is an educational technique in which people spontaneously act-out problems of human relations and analyze the enactment with the help of other role players and observers. Role playing is effective when the topic involves person to person communication or interactions. Role play can allow everyone to participate.

Think-Pair-Share
Think

The Teacher begins with a specific question, and give students time to individually think about an answer, and document their responses on their own, either written or in pictures. Students can be given 1-3 minutes for this part of the exercise.

Pair

Students now get into pairs. The Teacher decides beforehand whether to assign pairs or let students choose their own partners. The Teacher will be keen when pairing to think of student strengths and their personalities. The Teacher asks the students to share what they came up with, with their partners and discuss. The Teacher provides questions for the students to ask one another. This part of the activity will take at least 5 minutes.

Share

For this part, come back together as a class and have a whole class discussion. The Teacher can either choose to have one person from each pair share with the class, or the discussion can be more open. Students can also share with the class what their partner said.

Technical Connection

It helps students to think, identify the technical terminologies in the subject and recollect the definition of the technical terms. It is implemented by populating with a set relevant to the words (terms) that should be identified. Each term can be identified with a set of images. The students should identify the images and connect those to find the technical term. It motivates the students to build oral communication skills.

Paper Presentation

Listening to any prominent personality in any seminar or workshop helps the student to gain information about their way of work or how things take place. It helps to know about professional colleges and new discoveries in their field.

Presenting a paper in conference helps the student to gain soft skills which will be valuable in their academic career. It also helps them to explore science at a deeper level. Presenting a poster helps the student to build their skills that will be useful in future.

8. EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

Experiential learning aims to develop knowledge and skills through experience. Learning is enhanced when students are given the opportunity to operate outside of their own perceived comfort zones. It provides opportunities for students to engage themselves in an intellectual and creative manner. The college practices experiential learning activities such as Industrial Visit, Internship, In-Plant Training, Field Work and Summer/Winter Training, which serve an excellent combination of learning, understanding, doing and reflection.

Experiential learning makes teaching more effective as the learning outcomes are flexible and open. The college gives priority to the development of the students outside the classroom through co-curricular, extra-curricular and field-based activities. Students are encouraged to participate in technical programs such as Symposium, Paper Presentation, Software Contest, Smart India Hackathon, Project Expo, Technical Quiz etc., and extracurricular activities such as Sports, General Competitions etc., which are organized at the state , national and international levels.

9. PERSONALIZED LEARNING

Personalized learning aims to customize learning for each student’s strengths, needs, skills, interests, talents and passion. It allows students to learn at their own pace and encourages their self-assessment. Personalized learning builds stronger relationships between students and teachers. Teachers encourage students by providing the motivation needed to take charge of their own learning.

10. ONLINE LEARNING PLATFORMS

The college adopts online learning platforms such as Google Classroom and Microsoft Teams for online teaching learning, streamlining assignments and fostering communication. All departments have introduced online courses in order to make the teaching learning process innovative and effective. Course materials, Question bank, Multiple choice questions with solutions are uploaded on the website and proper guidance is given to students to improve their performance. The institute also encourages getting MOU with the industries for better training in core fields and bridging the gap between academics and the industry.

Class Poll

The questions on the topic are displayed in the Microsoft Teams Platform /PowerPoint Presentations during class. The questions will be open to all the students. Students who have found the answer will poll their result, and the faculty discusses the results to all the students. The students were able to demonstrate conceptual understanding and actively participated in learning enhances classroom engagement. Class Poll gives reluctant students a way to respond freely alongside their peers. It also involves Puzzle activity in the form of crossword, involving game learning tools like kahoot, quizz etc in order to make students active participation.

E-Learning

Students are encouraged to take up various certification courses, projects based on choice and present papers in conferences/ journals. Students and faculty members are encouraged to register for the NPTEL program/COURSERA, MOOC, Plural Sight, online certification courses of their own areas of teaching and research interests, for enhancing their teaching skills, smooth conduct of the teaching process in the regular class room teaching and for understanding the potential concepts much effectively. Faculty members are also made as mentors for providing support to the students to complete the course

Induction Program

The Induction Program helps the new students to adjust and feel comfortable in the new environment, inculcates the culture of the college in them, help them build bonds with other students and faculty members and expose them to a sense of larger purpose and self-exploration. The Induction Program covers Familiarization to Engineering, Proficiency Module, Personality development, Communication Skills and many more which enable the students to find their interest, explore their inner beings and motivate themselves to perform well in their chosen branch of Engineering. In addition to the induction program, the college organizes bridge courses at the beginning of semester.

Instructional Materials

Instructional Materials (Video Lectures)

  • Even Semester
  • Odd Semester

Activities

Professional Society & Clubs

Professional body responsible for education and training, and setting and raising their standards.Thay have some of the Professional Body are listout below.

Professional Society

-Clubs

Being a part of a club or a society helps students to gain knowledge, skills and experience in leadership, communication, problem-solving, group development and management, finance, presentation and public speaking.

List of Clubs

Intel Club

The goal of this program is to identify and support students who are passionate about working with developer communities to foster learning, sharing, and collaboration. We believe that innovation is happening at the forefront of academia, and in collaboration with Intel, ambassadors can transform the future of technology.

Student Ambassador

Mr. P.K. Vijay

Faculty Advisor

Mr. S. Subburaj, Assistant Professor/CSE

Code Chef

CodeChef Chapter is to build a robust Competitive Programming Culture in Educational Institutions. College Chapters help students become better problem solvers by fostering learning and professional development. Better Programmer and compete on a global scale.

Student Ambassador

Mr. Minaam Tamir, President Lead
Mr. Kumaran K M, Media & Outreach Lead
Ms. Angel Francis, Event Lead
Ms. Bairavi Balaguru, Competitive Programming Lead

Faculty Advisor

Mr. Jainulabudeen S A K, Assistant Professor/CSE

App Development Club

The App Development Club provides members with opportunities to learn, practice, and collaborate on app development. The club focuses on the development of user-facing applications for iOS, Android, and the web, and is open to working with any other platforms that facilitate this kind of application.

Student Ambassador

Ms. Sree Likithaa P
Mr. Paul Allan T

Faculty Advisor

Mrs. C. Jackulin, Assistant Professor/CSE

Innovation Club

The Innovation Club is a platform to engage students in innovative and creative activities apart from providing opportunities for hands on training activities. The innovation club creates awareness, educate, nurture and inculcate a culture of innovation amongst students and to enable them to generate new ideas.

Student Ambassador

Mr. Kishore M S
Ms. Shafreen Fathima Asmathullah A

Faculty Advisor

Dr. P.J. Sathish Kumar, Associate Professor/CSE

Co-Curricular

Co-curricular refers to activities, programs, and learning experiences that complement, in some way, what students are learning in College, experiences that are connected to or mirror the academic curriculum. Co-curricular activities are typically, but not always, defined by their separation from academic courses.

- Programs Participated

- Programs Organized

Extra-Curricular

Extra Academic Activity (EAA) are those that fall outside the realm of the normal curriculum of College or university education, performed by students and Faculties.

College Day Celebration

In our college we use to celebrate College day at the end of the year. College day which includes various events like dance programmes, Singing and dramas and Instrumental music. Students will use the platform to showcase their talents. Students relax themselves from Academic activities.
The colleges can mold the students holistically by exposing them to an array of activities along with academics. Cultural activities play a key role in the overall personality development of students. Different types of cultural activities can give different exposure to students. These instill confidence in students and foster a better understanding of the surroundings. The cultural activities also instill life skills and social skills in the students.

Hostel Day Celebration

In our college we use to celebrate Hostel Day at the end of the year for Hosteller Students. Hostel day which includes various events like dance programmes, Singing and dramas and Instrumental music.

NSS Camp

Title of the Activity: Sanitation and cleanliness awareness program
Need of the Activity: The main aim is to create awareness for effective and proper sanitation mechanisms to avoid from infectious diseases.
Brief Description

Mass cleaning activity has been performed by our student volunteers and faculties.

We also conducted rally to help and spread the sanitation, solid and liquid waste management messages with the help of Panimalar college students and faculties.

NPTEL Programme

The National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning was initiated by seven Indian Institute of Technology. It is a programme under the Ministry of Human resources development, Government of India, initiated in 2003 for the creation of web and video courses in various disciplines of engineering, basic sciences, management and humanities.

  • Online course: Free for all, Certification exam: For a nominal fee.
  • 1000+ New courses run currently
  • College Received ‘AA’ Grade for Local Chapter, Rating for 3 consecutive Year
  • To Enroll visit the link:
    https://archive.nptel.ac.in/LocalChapter/

Department Survey Forms

Department Library

The department library has a separate library apart from central library which provides staffs and students the latest information in technical education , research and developmental activities.

Dept Total No. of Volumes Total No. of Titles
CSE-I 1539 388
CSE-II 1355 323
  • IEEE
  • Springer
  • Elsevier
  • ASME
  • ASCE
  • EBSCO
  • J-Gate
  • ASTM
  • Mcgraw Hil
  • STM Journal

In addition 4211 E-Books in all the fields of Engineering, Management, Basic Science and Humanities is the regular feature of our library. Every effort has been made to obtain all titles recommended by the faculty.

Question Bank

YR/SEM SUB CODE SUB TITLE GOOGLE SITES

II yr/ III sem

21MA1301 Discrete Mathematics http://sites.google.com/view/peccsedm
21CS1301 Digital Logic And Design https://sites.google.com/view/digitallogicdesign2022
               
21CS1302 Computer Architecture And Microprocessors http://sites.google.com/view/21cs1302-camp/home
21CS1303 Software Engineering http://sites.google.com/view/peccsesoftwareengg
21IT1304 Object Oriented Programming http://sites.google.com/view/peccseoops
21CS1311 Digital Logic And Design laboratory https://sites.google.com/view/digitallogicdesign2022
21IT1412 Object Oriented Programming Laboratory https://sites.google.com/view/peccseoops   

III yr/ V sem

MA 8551 Algebra And Number Theory https://sites.google.com/view/ma8551-ant    
CS 8591 Computer Networks https://sites.google.com/view/peccomputernetworks
EC 8691 Microprocessor& Microcontroller https://sites.google.com/view/panimalar-ec8691-mpmc/home
CS 8501 Theory of computation https://sites.google.com/view/peccsetoc
CS 8592 Object oriented analysis & design https://sites.google.com/view/pecooad
OMD 553 Tele health Technology https://sites.google.com/view/thtomd553   
EC8681 Microprocessor & microcontroller laboratory https://sites.google.com/view/panimalar-ec8691-mpmc/home
CS8582 Object oriented analysis & design laboratory https://sites.google.com/view/ooadlab  
CS 8581 Networks laboratory https://sites.google.com/view/networkslaboratory           

IV yr/ VII sem

MG 8591 Principles Of Management https://sites.google.com/view/peccse-mg8591-pom    
CS8791 Cloud Computing https://sites.google.com/view/cs8791-cloud-computing
CS8792 Cryptography and Network Security https://sites.google.com/view/peccns  
OBM752 Hospital Management https://sites.google.com/view/obm752hospitalmanagement
IT8075 Software Project Management https://sites.google.com/view/peccsespm
CS8711 Cloud Computing Laboratory https://sites.google.com/view/cs8791-cloud-computing    
IT8761 Security Laboratory https://sites.google.com/view/peccns 

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