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Information Science & Engineering

Information Science & Engineering

Vemana Institute of Technology (Vemana IT) introduced the Information Science & Engineering (ISE) Department (also called as Information Technology) in its bandwagon of education more than a decade ago.  The department was started with an initial intake of 60 and current intake is 120. The ISE programme follows the revised CBCS curriculum of  Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), Belagavi.

Vemana IT’s motto is to nourish the true spirit and wisdom of Information Technology in the minds of young aspirants. To achieve this motto, the department has appointed 18 enthusiastic, young, diligent, and dedicated team of faculties. Our faculties have published more than 100 technical and research papers in the relevant fields of Information Technology. The department has proved itself to be consistent by achieving high percentage of results from the beginning.

Prof. Rajanna. M is currently heading the ISE department. He and his colleagues have developed the department as one of the best departments in the Institute. His vision is to make this department as number one in the entire university.

Prof. Dr. S. Nandagopalan, an M. Tech from NIT, Surathkal and Ph. D from Amrita University is a highly qualified and experienced faculty member to impart quality education to the students. His overall teaching experience of 34 years is an added advantage to the department. It includes teaching, research, and administration.

He has presented more than 11 research papers in the international conferences organized by IEEE, Springer, WASET, ACATA, etc., in various countries such as USA, France, China, Singapore, Thailand, and Malaysia. To his credit, he has also published 8 research papers in the leading international journals.

With exceptionally qualified professors with rich teaching experience make Vemana IT as one of the top engineering colleges and best ranked in Information Technology in Bangalore, Karnataka, India.

Vision:

To transform the programme as a remarkable excellence of Information Technology education hub to produce high quality information technologists.

Mission:

  • To present  state of the art information technologists capable of influencing the society with information technology.
  • To inculcate the research ambience among budding information technologists to enable them to transform their knowledge into wisdom.
  • To percolate the principles of  information technology  in education and research.

Mr.RAJANNA M
Associate Professor

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  • Qualification: M.Tech, (Ph.D)
  • Key Roles: HoD, Administration, Teaching, and Research

Dr. S.NANDAGOPALAN
Professor

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  • Qualification: Ph. D
  • Key Roles: Incharge for R & D

Ms. A. STELLA
Asst. Professor

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  • Qualification: M.Tech, (Ph.D)
  • Key Roles: Attendance Incharge

Ms. RUBY DINAKAR.J
Asst. Professor

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  • Qualification: M.E., (Ph.D)
  • Key Roles: University Time Table Incharge

Mr.MUKESH KUMAR
Asst. Professor

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  • Qualification: M.Tech
  • Key Roles: Feedback Incharge

Ms.GAURI.S.RAPATE
Asst. Professor

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  • Qualification: M.E., (Ph.D)
  • Key Roles: Guest Lecture Incharge

Ms.SRIDEVI K.N
Asst. Professor

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  • Qualification: M.Tech, (Ph.D)
  • Key Roles: NBA Co-Ordinator

Mr.SATHYANARAYANA
Asst. Professor

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  • Qualification: M.Tech, (Ph. D)
  • Key Roles: Vemana Vani Co-ordinator, Test Co-ordinator

Ms. ARUNA REDDY .H
Asst. Professor

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  • Qualification: M.E., (Ph.D)
  • Key Roles: Project Co-ordinator

Ms.VIJAYA S.C.
Asst. Professor

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  • Qualification: M.Tech
  • Key Roles: Seminar Co-ordinator

Ms. MANJUSHREE C.V.
Asst. Professor

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  • Qualification: M.Tech, (Ph.D)
  • Key Roles: Seminar Co-ordinator, Result Analysis Co-ordinator

Ms. MYTHILI .M
Asst. Professor

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  • Qualification: M.E., (Ph.D)
  • Key Roles: Time Table Co-ordinator, Placement Co-ordinator

Mr. VINAY B.V.
Asst. Professor

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  • Qualification: M.Tech, (Ph.D)
  • Key Roles: Sports Co-ordinator

Ms.REKHA .M
Asst. Professor

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  • Qualification: M.Tech
  • Key Roles: NAAC Co-ordinator, Result Analysis

Mr. MANJUNATHA P.B.
Asst. Professor

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  • Qualification: M.E., (Ph.D)
  • Key Roles: ISTE Co-ordinator, College Website Co-ordinator, R&D Co-ordinator

Ms. SHILPA M.V.
Asst. Professor

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  • Qualification: M.Tech
  • Key Roles: Class Teacher

Ms. LAKSHMISHREE .K
Asst. Professor

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  • Qualification: M.Tech, (Ph.D)
  • Key Roles: Workshop Co-ordinator
Sl. No.Lab NameHardware/Software
1DBMS LabHP dx7380 Desktop/1 GB DDR3 RAM/160 GB Hard Disk/ Windows 7 / Oracle 10g
2PW LabHP 280 G1 MT Desktop/ Processor-Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 @ 3.20GHz/ RAM-4 GB DDR3/ 500 GB Hard Disk/ Windows 7 / Xampp
3DS LabHP 280 G1 MT Desktop/ Processor-Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 @ 3.20GHz/ RAM-4 GB DDR3/ 500 GB Hard Disk/ Windows 7 / Net Beans
4CN LabHP dx7380 Desktop/1 GB DDR3 RAM/160 GB Hard Disk/ Windows 7 / Net Beans / NS-2/ Fedora 14
5ADE LabTrainer Kits / Variable, Fixed Power Supplies/ Signal Generator / CRO / Xilinx / PSpice

“HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS !!"

Ms. HANSA. S (1VI14IS028) from 7th Semester Information Science & Engineering has secured a BEST STUDENT AWARD in Indian Society for Technical Education under ISTE Karnataka Section organized in GM Institute of Technology, Davanagere on 8th September 2017.

Ms. YAMUNA M. (USN: IVI12IS088) for securing VTU 4th Rank and Gold Medal

RESULTS (ODD SEM AUG - NOV 2015):

ClassNamePlacePercentage
II SemSwetha C.J15th Rank86.71%
IV SemNeha Jha8th Rank82.44%
VI SemYamuna M5th Rank81.78%
VIII SemSyeda Taheera Fathima15th Rank85.73%

3rd sem class toppers

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GUEST LECTURES/ SEMINARS/ TECHNICAL TALKS CONDUCTED

The department offers National and International Technical certificate programmes, which are valid and certified globally in the areas of computer applications.

Guest lecture on “Software Testing”

Date : 10/02/2018
Event : Guest lecture on “Software Testing”

Resource Person Mr. Bala Murali P (B.E.)Mr. Bala Murali P

He is having 16 years of Industrial experience. Currently working in Tata Elxsi as Senior Specialist in Testing. He was accompanied by Mr. Imran(BE) Senior Engineer, Tata Elxsi

Audience : VI semester students of Information Science and Engineering.
Content of the event :
Software Testing: Introduction
Why Testing
Manual Testing, Automation testing,
 Levels of Testing
 Integration Testing
 System Testing
 Alpha & Beta Testing
 Testing Life Cycle
 Tester Career Growth
 Tools for Automation Testing
 Certification Course in Testing

Conclusion : Students gained knowledge on the Software Testing. Small projects were demonstrated students.

Guest lecture on “Network Simulator - 2”

Event updates – September 2017.

Date : 27/09/2017
Event : Guest lecture on “Network Simulator -2”
Resource Person Dr. Shiva Murthy G

Dr. Shiva Murthy G
QualificationBE, ME, PhD
Research SpecializationWireless AdHoc and Sensor Networks
Total Experience in YearsTeaching-14 Industry-00 Research-04
Papers Published in ISSN JournalsNational 00 International 06
Books Published in ISBN /Conference proceedingsNational 00 International 00
Papers Presented in ConferencesNational 01 International 06
Professional MembershipsMISTE
Email Idkgshivam@gmail.com / shivamurthy@vtu.ac.in
Contact No+91 98456 03236
Area of interestsWireless AdHoc and Sensor Networks, Cloud Computing and Reliablitiy Engineering

Audience : V semester students of Information Science and Engineering.
Content of the event :

  • Network Simulator- 2 Introduction
  • Working of Network Simulator – 2
    • TCL commands.
    • TCL scripts.
    • Creating network simulator object instances.
    • Create Trace files, network topology.
    • Create transport layer agents.
    • Schedule simulate.
    • Close simulation.
  • VTU prescribed laboratory exercises.
    • Implement 3 node point to point network and connection to be duplex, set the queue size, and vary the bandwidth

Conclusion : Students gained knowledge on the network simulator. Laboratory exercise was demonstrated after which students had hands-on experience.

Guest lecture on “Automata Theory and Computability”

Event updates -October 2017.

Date : 30/10/2017
Event : Guest lecture on “Automata Theory and Computability”
Resource Person Prof. A M Padma Reddy

Prof. A.M. Padma Reddy is a renowned professor in engineering institutions with an experience of more than 25 years. He has also worked as Project Manager in Admya Technocrats Pvt.Ltd. Professor possesses a unique distinction of having worked in various capacities such as Project Manager, Consultant, Release Manager in software industry, as well as teacher, course designer, material producer and committed researcher both at under-graduate and post-graduate levels in various departments and allied areas.With the vast experience at the credit of prof. Padma Reddy the text books authored by him have been very well received by teachers and student community all over the country.

Audience : V semester students of Information Science and Engineering.
Content of the event :

  • Automata Theory and Computability
    • Finite State Machine (FSM).
    • Context-Free Grammar (CFG).
    • Pushdown Automata.
    • Turing Machine.

Conclusion : Students gained knowledge on the concepts of Automata Theory and Computability.

Guest lecture on “Data Structures Using C”

Event updates -October 2017.

Date : 30/10/2017
Event : Guest lecture on “Data Structures Using C”

Resource Person Prof. A M Padma Reddy

Prof. A.M. Padma Reddy is a renowned professor in engineering institutions with an experience of more than 25 years. He has also worked as Project Manager in Admya Technocrats Pvt.Ltd. Professor possesses a unique distinction of having worked in various capacities such as Project Manager, Consultant, Release Manager in software industry, as well as teacher, course designer, material producer and committed researcher both at under-graduate and post-graduate levels in various departments and allied areas. With the vast experience at the credit of prof. Padma Reddy the text books authored by him have been very well received by teachers and student community all over the country.

Audience : III semester students of Information Science and Engineering.
Content of the event : Linked lists in Data structures and applications.
Conclusion : Students gained knowledge on the concepts of Linked lists in Data structures and applications..

ACCE 2017

International Conference on Advances in Computer & Communication Engineering (ACCE – 2107) aims to focus and address the key issues in recent trends, advances and research results in the field of Computer and Communication Engineering through technical paper presentation and poster presentations. This Conference was open to Students (undergraduate and post graduate), Faculties, Research Scholars, Scientists and so on. Papers submitted for presentation in the conference were reviewed by respective Journals reviewing teams. The selected papers were published in Google Scholar indexed journals with ISSN.

Industrial Visit to iCAT

Location

iCAT – Design & Media Center
424, Bommanahalli, Hosur Main Road,
Bangalore – 560 068.

Students : 8th Semester, Information Science Department
Date and Time: 9/02/2018, 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Faculties accompanied : Lakshmi Shree K, Shilpa MV, Rekha Reddy M

Activities Conducted at iCAT

  • 10:00 am: Vemana Institute of Technology (VIT) students arrival to iCAT
  • 10:30 am – 12.00 pm: Seminar Computer Graphics and Animation
  • 12:05 am – 1:00 pm: Students had a demo on the Virtual Reality Effects.

A Brief about the iCAT

Is a Digital Media Centre to inculcate in a student ideas, inspiration, and new ways of looking and towards creativity. Which aims at giving students an idea of the current technologies such as
1. Game Design and Development for mobile, console, PC and Internet Platforms
2. User Interface UI / User Experience UX / App Development
3. Computer Graphics and Animation.

Why iCAT?

iCAT industrial visit was conducted to create awareness among students about the current technologies such as Animation, Game design and Development, UI design and Development and Visual Effects using VFX. These are the trending areas and aims at creating job opportunity for students who are having creative minds. The center paves way at creating further courses in these areas.

Outcome of the visit

Students visualized a hands-on session on an animation tool and demo on the virtual reality with real time experience wherein they were provided with high end VR devices to experience Virtual Reality. A clear idea of the comparisons between Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality was discussed. It also helped students to have a different view on their career and they also gave guidelines on how to establish their own business in these booming areas with minimum capital.

INDUSTRIAL VISIT – IBM

Location

Green Data Center, IBM campus
IBM, D block, Embassy Golf Links Business Park,
Off IndiraNagar-Koramangala Inner RingRoad, Bangalore – 71.

Students : 5th Semester, Information Science Department
Date : 25 /10/2017
Faculties accompanied : Lakshmi Shree K, Shilpa MV, Aruna Reddy H
Resource Person at IBM
1. Mekala V Reddy Business Operations Leader for Hybrid Cloud CTE-AP& India and India Hybrid Cloud Development , IBM
2. Pushpendra Pandey Program Manager – IT Infra & DC Ops, devIT-India India Software Labs

Activities Conducted at IBM

  • 10:00 am: Vemana Institute of Technology (VIT) students arrival to IBM .
  • 10:30 am -11:30 am: Data Centre visit (D block Groud floor) in batches.
  • 11:30 am -1:30 pm: Cloud beginners & Intermediate level talks at EGL block .

A Brief about the Green Data Center

A Green Data Center (GDC) is a repository for the storage, management, and dissemination of data in which the mechanical, lighting, electrical and computer systems are designed for maximum energy efficiency and minimum environmental impact. The Green Data Center is an optimized data center that we can identify as “intelligent and organized ecosystem", which implements innovative applications of energy efficiency and operational by acting on three areas where the energy is consumed in the data center: energy consumed by the facility as the systems power and cooling, the energy consumed by real IT systems and an inefficient use of IT systems. Then, a formal definition of Green Data Center is: an intelligent, organized and controlled infrastructure that meets the demands of more innovative operational energy efficiency.

Reaping benefits from energy efficiency

Data centers consume 30 to 80 times the energy per square meter as compared to traditional office space. For instance, a company with a data centre of 2,000 square meters could spend up to 150 – 250 Million USD of facility operating costs over its 10 to 20 year useful life to run a data center with up to 70 percent of the costs being used for energy costs. A typical data center consumes about 250 kilowatts of power.

“Solar power is ideally suited for a data centre because it is a natural source of DC power”. It eliminates the need for AC-DC conversion, which results in a 10 percentage point gain, when compared to AC power sources. “As data centers consume tens to hundreds of MW, this saving is not small”.

Apart from using solar energy, other unique capabilities like water cooled lab infrastructure for POWER7 servers and a TivSAM based Private Cloud with 4000+ VMs for internal development teams has helped create this smarter data center at IBM India Software Labs, Bangalore.

The project that couples solar power with water-cooled servers that run on high-voltage direct current. The method results in about a 10 percent energy savings by reducing the losses that normally happen in converting from alternating power from the grid to the direct current servers run on, according to Kota Murali, the chief scientist of nanotechnology at IBM India who developed the pilot as a side project.

That level of energy reduction is significant for large data centers with many servers, but the implications of solar and servers are potentially profound for places that don't have access to reliable power. IBM's India Software Lab in Bangalore has set up a 50-kilowatt rooftop array to power about 20 percent of its data center.

IBM's vision for the next-generation data center.

The next-generation data center answers the need for a simpler, adaptive infrastructure, able to respond to disruptive change, melt technology silos and integrate legacy and new architectures in a single, manageable ecosystem. It is a software defined environment (SDE) in which server, storage, network and facilities resources are automatically provisioned and configured by software programmed to understand and adapt decisions to the requirements of each workload in real time.

With the ever growing computing needs of human beings, data centers are more important than ever before. In order to cope up with the power needs of their data center in Bangalore, IBM India Software Lab has embraced the solar power. Kota Murali, one of the chief scientists at IBM India says that his facility has to face 3-6 hours of load shedding forcing them to rely on diesel generators for power supply. The fix? Well, the engineers got together to develop a 50 MW DC power supply for the data center that can provide enough energy 5 hours a day. The company has installed 6000 sqft of solar panels on the roof already. The servers mostly need DC and solar electricity saves the losses during AC-DC conversion, thus saving about 13% of electricity.

IBM Operates ~45 cloud data centers across Globe !!

IBM and Indian Green Grid Group (IG3) have entered into an agreement, in which IBM will design a green data centre for IG3, which is one of the largest Data Centers in the Asia Pacific Region.
The data centre will be highly resilient and have the environmental protection advantages of IBM's industry-leading data centre design characterized by energy efficiency, green technologies, scalability and the latest power and cooling technologies.