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Information Science & Engineering

Today's digitally equipped world has a major part of work in the Information Technology arena, offering more scope for innovative research that best influences the human existence for good. Vemana Institute of Technology (Vemana IT) introduced the Information Science & Engineering (ISE) Department in its bandwagon of education more than a decade ago. The department was started with an initial intake of 60 and the current intake is 120.

Vemana IT’s vision is to nourish the true spirit and wisdom of Information Technology in the minds of young aspirants. To achieve this goal, the department has 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.

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

Vision:

To produce graduates with strong fundamentals in information technology to face challenges of global IT needs with ethical values.

Mission:

  •  To impart theoretical foundation and programing skills for the design and development of software systems.
  •  To produce information technologists to excel in professional career, leadership, and entrepreneurship.
  •  To inculcate multi-disciplinary research ambience among them to transform their knowledge useful to the society.
Name Dr. R Srinivasan
Designation Professor &HOD
Qualification M.Tech, Ph.D
Roles R&D
Name Mr. Rajanna M
Designation Associate Professor & HOD In-charge
Qualification M.Tech,(Ph.D)
Name Dr. S. Nandagopalan
Designation Professor
Qualification M.E., Ph.D
Name Ms. A. Stella
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification B.E., M.Tech., (Ph.D)
Name Ms. Ruby Dinakar. J
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.E., (Ph.D)
Name Mr. Mukesh Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.E
Name Ms. Gauri S Rapate
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.E., (Ph.D)
Name Ms. Sridevi K.N
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech, (Ph.D)
Name Ms. Bhavana Nagaraj
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification B.E (Information Science & Engg), VTU, 2006
MS (Computer Science) Towson University, USA, 2010
Work Experience Teaching: 7 Years
Industry: 2 Years
Area of Specialization
Publications NIL
Membership of Professional Bodies Life Time Member of ISTE
Awards and Recognition Conferred with the CRLA-International tutor program Level 1 certification
Workshop/Seminars/Conferences  Attended
FDP on Faculty Pedagogical Development
ACCE -2015, Dept of Computer Science & Engg, Vemana IT
ACCE -2017, Dept of Computer Science & Engg, Vemana IT
Vemana IT, Bengaluru.
NIL
Additional activities(if any)  Funded Projects
NIL
Others
Name Mr. Sathyanarayana N
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech, (Ph. D)
Name Ms. Aruna Reddy. H
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.E., (Ph.D)
Name Ms. Vijaya S.C
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Name Ms. Manjushree C. V
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech, (Ph.D)
Name Ms. Mythili.M
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.E., (Ph.D)
Name Mr. Vinay B.V
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech, (Ph.D)
Name Ms. Rekha. M
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech
Name Mr. Manjunatha P.B
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.E., (Ph.D)
Name Ms. Shilpa M.V
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech.
Name Ms. Lakshmi Shree K
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.Tech., (Ph.D)
Name Mr. Manoj Kumar H
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification B.E (Computer Science & Engineering), Mysore University, 2001
M.Tech (Computer Network and Engineering),VTU, 2008
Work Experience Teaching: 11 yrs, Industry: 02
Area of Specialization Image Processing
Publications Manoj Kumar H and Dr. M V Sudhamani, Object Detection and Recognition for Multi-Object Multi-Viewed Images - A Survey, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research (IJAER), Volume 10, Number 86 (2015) Special Issue, Print ISSN: 0973-4562, online ISSN: 1087 – 1090.
Membership of Professional Bodies NIL
Awards and Recognition NIL
Publications NIL
Workshop/Seminars/Conferences Attended
1. Three days FDP on Machine Learning organized by Departments of CSE & ISE, RNSIT during 19th – 21st July 2018.
2. Two days FDP on Web Technology and its Applications organized by Departments of ISE & CSE, RNSIT during 23rd& 24st July 2018.
Additional activities Funded Projects
Nil
Others
Name Mr. Girishkumar J
Designation System Analyst
Qualification Diploma (Computer Science & Engg) , Department of Technical Education, 2010
B.E (Computer Science & Engg), VTU, 2016
Work Experience College: 6years
Industry: 01 month
Area of Specialization NIL
Publications NIL
Membership of Professional Bodies NIL
Awards and Recognition NIL
Publications NIL
Workshop/Seminars/Conferences  Attended
NIL
Additional activities NIL
Name Mr. Manjunatha E
Designation Lab Instructor
Qualification ITI (Electronics Mechanics),Technical Board,2008
Diploma (Electronics & Communication), Department of Technical Education
Work Experience College: 10years
Industry: 06 months
Area of Specialization NIL
Publications NIL
Membership of Professional Bodies NIL
Awards and Recognition NIL
Publications NIL
Workshop/Seminars/Conferences  Attended
NIL
Additional activities NIL
Name Mr. Darshan Ravindra Naik
Designation Lab Instructor
Qualification Diploma (Computer Science & Engg), Department of Technical Education, 2016
Work Experience College: 1years
Area of Specialization NIL
Publications NIL
Membership of Professional Bodies NIL
Awards and Recognition NIL
Publications NIL
Workshop/Seminars/Conferences  Attended
NIL
Additional activities NIL
Name Mr. Kiran Kumar S
Designation Lab Instructor
Qualification Diploma (Computer Science & Engg), Department of Technical Education, 2017
Work Experience  Systech Services Pvt Ltd: 1 year 5 months
SVR College: 1 year
Area of Specialization NIL
Publications NIL
Membership of Professional Bodies NIL
Awards and Recognition NIL
Publications NIL
Workshop/Seminars/Conferences NIL
Additional activities NIL
ADA Lab

ADA Lab

DBA Lab

DBA Lab

File Structure Lab

File Structure Lab

LD & MP Lab

LD & MP Lab

Project Lab

Project Lab

Web Programming Lab

Web Programming Lab

2015-16 USN Name Percentage % Rank
Even VI Sem 1VI13IS058 Preethi R 81 19
VII Sem 1VI12IS088 Yamuna M 87.33 2
1VI12IS001 Aishwarya Reddy 87.33 2
2014-15 USN Name Percentage % Rank
Odd V Sem 1VI12IS088 Yamuna M 80.56 1
Even II Sem 1VI14IS095 Swetha C.J 86.71 15
IV Sem 1VI13IS051 Neha Jha 82.44 8
VI Sem 1VI12IS088 Yamuna M 81.78 5
VIII Sem 1VI11IS074 Syeda Taheera Fathima 85.73 19
2013-14 USN Name Percentage % Rank
Odd III Sem 1VI12IS088 Yamuna M 84.56 10
Even IV Sem 1VI12IS088 Yamuna M 83.44 8
IV Sem 1VI13IS051 Neha Jha 82.44 8
VI Sem 1VI11IS074 Syeda Taheera Fathima 82.44 16
VIII Sem 1VI10IS016 Dimpy Joshi 88.13 7
1VI10IS052 Pavithra R 87.33 9
1VI10IS048 Naureen Shehnaz 86.4 19

University Gold Medal winners:

Dimpy Joshi 1VI10IS016 (2010-2014 Batch) has been awarded

3ndRank in the 14 TH VTU Annual Convocation.

Yamuna M 1VI12IS088 (2012-2016 Batch) has been awarded

4 TH Rank in the 14 TH VTU Annual Convocation.

8th Sem 2018-19
Sl. No USN Name Percentage Photo
1 1VI15IS078 RAMYA N  91%
2 1VI15IS008 ANJANA Y A 90%
3 1VI15IS078 ZAIBA ZEHER 89%
6th Sem 2018-19
Sl. No USN Name Percentage Photo
1 1VI16IS066 Nagashree K N 83
2 1VI16IS003 Akshatha Nilo Gaonkar 81
3 1VI16IS029 Farheen F 81
4th Sem 2018-19
Sl. No USN Name Percentage Photo
1 1VI17IS075 Raksha S G 83
2 1VI17IS023 Geena M 79
3 1VI17IS005 Anusha B 78
4 1VI17IS112 Vidya J 78
7th Sem
Sl. No USN Name Percentage Marks
1 1VI14IS030 Harshitha H.S  78.11% 703
2 1VI14IS028 Hansa S  77.11% 694
5th Sem
Sl. No USN Name Percentage Marks
1 1VI15IS078 Ramya N  8.62% (SGPA) 647
2 1VI15IS008 Anjana Y A 8.31% (SGPA) 641
4th Sem
Sl. No USN Name Percentage Marks
1 1VI16IS066 Nagashree K N  7.71% (SGPA) 614
2 1VI16IS029 Farheen F 7.86% (SGPA) 610
3rd Sem
Sl. No USN Name Percentage Marks
1 1VI16IS066 Nagashree K N  8.29% (SGPA) 637
2 1VI16IS074 Parvathy V 7.86% (SGPA) 609

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.

  • Date: 25th, 30th October and 6th November 2019
  • Event: Working on Databases with Python
  • Resource Person: Mr. Vidyadhar Sharma,
    Mr. Vidyadhar Sharma, heads the Product Architecture & Development of core products at Speckbit. He is a Full Stack Developer with extensive understanding of architecture, design and deployment of web applications on the cloud.
  • Mr. Vidyadhar Sharma
  • Audience: V Semester students of ISE
  • Content of the event:
  • Day 1:
    Getting started with Python
    Working with Data
    Basic Data Types
    Lists, Tuples, Dictionaries
    Inbuilt Functions & Methods
    Control Flow with IF-Else-Elif
    For Loop
    While Loop
    Functions

    Day 2:
    Introduction to SQLite3 + Peewee
    Doing CLI Project with SQLite3 + Peewee

    Day 3:
    How the Web Wroks
    Request-Response Cycle
    Introduction to the Bottle Framework
    Using Peewee with Bottle
    Building a live Project with Bottle and Peewee

  • Conclusion:: Students were educated on the topics such as Python programming, File based DBs vs Server based DBs, working with SQLite3, Peewee object relational mapper and Bottle, a Python Microframework. The content covered in the workshop imparted technical knowledge to the students required to accomplish several mini-projects prescribed in the syllabus.

  • Date: 24th to 27th September
  • Event: MICROSOFT WORKSHOP ON CROSS PLATFORM APPLICATION SOFTWARE
  • Resource Person: Mr. Nikhil
  • Audience: 7th Semester students of ISE
  • Training Agenda:
  • Day 1:
    1. Introduction to Mobile App Development
    2. Introduction to HTML
    3. Converting normal web application to mobile app using Phone Gap
    4. Building mobile apps
    5. Creating resume using HTML

    Day 2:
    1. Quiz App Development

    Day 3:
    1. Continuation of Quiz App Development

    Day 4:
    1. Basics of Cyber Security


  • Date: 7th September 2019
  • Event: Technical Workshop on Angular 6
  • Resource Person: Mr. Yogesh Kumar (B.E.) & Mr. Vivek Srivastava (B.E.)
  • Mr. Yogesh Kumar Mr. Vivek Srivastava
  • Designation: Software Engineers at Tech Mahindra
  • Audience: VII Semester students of ISE
  • Content of the event:
  • Angular 6 framework.
    Significance and relevance of Angular 6
    Installation and execution environment of Angular 6
    Demonstration projects on Angular 6

  • Conclusion:: Students gained insights on Angular 6 framework which is beneficial for various project implementations.

Technical Workshop on Angular 6
  • Date: 6th September 2019
  • Event: Guest Lecture on “Soft skills”
  • Resource Person: Mr. Mekhala V Reddy & Ms. Latha
  • Designation: Business Operations Leader - Hybrid Cloud CTE -AP & ISA ; Regional SPOC @ IBM University Relations for South West
  • Audience: VII Semester students of ISE
  • Content of the event:
  • • Personality development: Self introduction, Dress code & Body Language
    • Profile preparation: Template to prepare, profile of candidate
    o How to prepare for Job Industry reach.
    o What to prepare for Job role.
    o Reviewing Industry & job roles available.
    o Reviewing skill sets & identifying the gaps.
    • How to apply for Jobs.
    o Networking with friends and acquaintances.
    o Significance of connecting with all once a fortnight.
    o Meet 5 –7 people / companies every 15 days.
    o Reviewing the gaps, if any & filling it every month.
    • How to face Interviews
    o What to carry while going for discussion
    o Initiation & closing of discussion
    o Documenting the discussion
    • Emerging technologies
    o Concepts & need of Cloud
    o Concepts of Domains: Banking, Insurance, Telecom, Retail, Governance

  • Conclusion:: Students gained knowledge on soft skills required for job searching.

Guest Lecture on Soft skills
Guest Lecture on Soft skills
  • Date: 31st August 2019
  • Event: Guest Lecture on “Machine Learning”
  • Resource Person: Najeerahamed Sangamad
  • Designation: Co-Founder and Director, Innostem Edunce Edlabs Pvt Ltd
  • Qualification: Masters in Information Technology from Vellore University.
  • Experience: 4+ years of Industry experience in Robotics.
  • Najeerahamed Sangamad has worked as Mentor, Team Lead and Research & Development Engineer, in varied fields like Image processing, Data mining, Machine learning and Artificial intelligence. He has published paper on Image processing in IEEE transaction. Najeerahamed Sangamad’s vision is to cultivate creative minds for the near future in the cutting edge technology of robotics and to encourage innovative ideas for the betterment of the global citizens. He is building Robotics products, prototyping ideas, revolutionizing the education system with innovative robotics technology education.

  • Audience: VII Sem ISE
  • Content of the event:
  • The author gave several illustrations on the concept of Robotics and the students were introduced to the concepts of Machine Learning.

Guest Lecture on Machine Learning
Guest Lecture on Machine Learning
Guest Lecture on Machine Learning
  • Date: 27th August 2019
  • Event: Technical talk on Open Source Software

Resource Person: Mr. Raghuram and Mr. Naveen from Free Software Movement, Karnataka (FSMK).
The team is a part of Free Software Movement Karnataka (FSMK), a non-profit organization working for spreading free software and its ideals. The movement is inspired by software freedom visionaries like Richard Stallman and Eben Moglen.
Prof. Gopinath, Professor, Computer Science & Automation, IISc, is the President and Vikram Vincent, Research Scholar at IIT-Bombay, is the General Secretary.
FSMK has been organizing GNU/Linux User Groups (GLUG) in engineering colleges around Karnataka, to build a mass movement for free software

  • Audience: 3rd, 5th and 7th Semester students of ISE
  • Content of the event:
  • Awareness was created about the open source software and its development. Students were motivated to harness the best capabilities of open source utilities and software. Salient features of Linux distributed systems and its installation procedures were discussed.

Conclusion: Students gained clarity on the concept of open source software.

Technical talk on Open Source Software
Technical talk on Open Source Software
  • Date: 30/03/2019
  • Event: Guest lecture on “Object Oriented Concepts”

Resource Person: Mr. Yogesh Kumar & Mr. Vivek Shrivastav

Currently both are working in Tech Mahindra as Software Engineer.

  • Audience: IV semester students of Information Science and Engineering.
  • Content of the event:
  •   Multithreading, Applets & Swings: Introduction
  •   Industrial importance of JAVA
  •   Hands on Session :
  • Developing mini projects on multithreading concepts with Applets.
  • Developing mini projects on multithreading concepts with Swings.

Conclusion: Students gained knowledge on the Applets, Swings and Multithreading. Small projects were demonstrated to students

  • Date: 21/03/2019
  • Event: Guest lecture on “Internet of Things”

Resource Person: Mr. Shri. Ganga Prasad GL

Ganga Prasad has mainly worked in the Software and Hardware Research & Development and has over 30 years of experience. He has a Master’s Degree in Electronics & Communications from National Institute Technology, Suratkal. He has worked in the area of design and development of products in Parallel Processing, Real Time Fault Tolerant Systems and ICT for Development. He was the key designer of the first indigenously developed SCADA. He had umpteen numbers of interactions with Industry and academia and initiated major collaborative Projects, Certification Courses in all the major areas of ITC. He has co-authored a book on GUI and published over 15 research papers, delivered around 20 Invited Talks. One Patent granted and one Filed. Three Product Trademarks awarded. He is felicitated with 8 National awards in the area of Power Systems. He was pivotal in the conduction of around 15 Major National and International Conferences, Symposiums and workshops. The latest conference under his leadership as the Technical Chair was, IETE’s First International Conference -2018 (IICI-2018) on “IoT, BigData Analytics & 5G” which was held at UR Rao Satellite Centre (URSC), ISRO, Bengaluru. His current interests are ICT for Learning, BigData, IIM systems and SCADA for Smart Energy Grid.

He is a senior member of IEEE, ACCS, IETE (Fellow) & CSI. Past President, Secretary of ACCS. Currently he is a Scientist G and Senior Director & Centre Head of C-DAC Bangalore.

  • Audience: VIII semester students of Information Science and Engineering.
  • Content of the event:
  •   Internet of Things
  •   Why IoT?
  •   IP suite
  •   Functionality of MOTE
  •   What are the IoT frameworks
  •   Different Case Studies of IoT

Conclusion: Students gained knowledge on the Industrial applications of Internet of Things.

  • Date: 22/02/2019
  • Event: Guest lecture on “Market readiness of University / Campus Students”

Resource Person: Mr. Mekala V Reddy

Current Roles at IBM: Business Operations Leader - Hybrid Cloud CTE -AP & ISA ; Regional SPOC @ IBM University Relations for South West.

  • Audience: VII semester students of Information Science and Engineering.
  • Content of the event:
  •   Personality development: Self intro, 3 topics, Dress code, Body Language
  •   Profile prep
  • How to prepare for Job Industry reach !?
  • What to prepare for Job role
  • Review Industry & job roles available (scope)
  • Review your skill set & identify the gap
  •   How to apply for Job
  • Networking with friends, Sr.’s, near & dear
  • Connect with all every 15 days
  • Meet 5 –7 people / companies every 15 days
  • Review Gaps, if any & fill every month
  •   How to face Interview !?
  • What to carry while going for discussion
  • Point (1): Intro, Dress Code, Body Language
  • Initiation & closing of discussion
  • Document the discussion
  •   Emerging technologies
  • Concepts & need of Cloud, Cognitive
  • Concepts of Domains: Banking, Insurance, Telecom, Retail, Governance
  • Work on three to four work items (or One end-to-end work) i.e. Mini project for Comp.Science

Conclusion: Students gained knowledge on soft skills required for job hunting.

  • Date: 29/09/2018
  • Event: Guest lecture and “Hands-on” session on “Angular 6”

Resource Person: Mr. Yogesh Kumar (B.E.) & Mr. Vivek Srivastava (BE)

Currently both are working in Tech Mahindra as Software Engineer.

  • Audience :VII semester students of Information Science and Engineering.
  • Content of the event :
  •  Angular 6: Introduction
  •  Industrial importance of Angular-6
  •  Hands on Session :
  • Installation of Angular-6
  • 3 projects on Angular-6

Conclusion: Students gained knowledge on the Angular 6. Small projects were demonstrated to students.

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

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

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

  • Date: 10/02/2018
  • Event: Guest lecture on “Network Simulation -2"

Resource Person: Dr. Shiva Murthy G

Dr. Shiva Murthy G
Qualification BE, ME, PhD
Research Specialization Wireless AdHoc and Sensor Networks
Total Experience in Years Teaching-14 Industry-00 Research-04
Papers Published in ISSN Journals National 00 International 06
Books Published in ISBN /Conference proceedings National 00 International 00
Professional Memberships MISTE
Email Id kgshivam@gmail.com / shivamurthy@vtu.ac.in
Contact No +91 98456 03236
Area of interests Wireless 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.

  • Date: 30/10/2017
  • Event: Guest lecture on “Automata Theroy 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.

  • 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..
  • Event: Project exhibition.
  • Resource Person: Prof. K.B. Shadaksharappa

Prof. K.B. Shadaksharappa, a pioneer in his path and being an educationist for universities and corporate sector, MCQ Developer, Course Designer, Evaluator, Policy Creator, Quality Manager, he has gained immense knowledge on how training needs to be conducted for individual at various levels. He has worked in academics for 26 years and served 13 years in the IT industry. Prof. KBS has designed a unique training model for engineering college faculties and graduates, which not only teaches the participants about technical aspects rather emphasizes on grooming the personnel and molding them with go-getting attitude in the current challenging environment. He has mastered the art of corporate requirements and imparting knowledge in the most innovative and stress-free way. His trails are been considered as the best and followed in many companies.

Participants: VIII semester students of Information Science and Engineering.

Content of the event: demonstration of projects on:

  •  INTERNET OF THINGS.
  •  CLOUD COMPUTING.
  •  DATA MINING.

Winners:

First Prize: Automated student attendance system using face recognitions under the guidance of Prof. Sathyanarayana.

Second Prize: Home Automation and Security System Using Raspberry pi under guidance of Prof. Ruby Dinakar

Third Prize: IOT Based Automatic Irrigator under guidance of Prof. Rajanna M

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:

Location

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

  • Students: 6th Semester, Information Science Department
  • Date: 21/03/2019
  • Faculties accompanied : Lakshmi Shree K, Shilpa M V, Rekha M

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

Other IBMers who conducted the session: Kumar Kollipara, R Latha, Naga Yalamancili

Facilitators of Data Centre: Kiruthika P & Vijaya N
No. of Students: 90

Agenda:

  •   11:00 am: Vemana Institute of Technology (VIT) students arrival to EGL
  •   11:25 am: Badge distribution & reached Board Room
  •   11:35 am to 12:05pm: Intro, About IBM - Mekala V Reddy
  •   12:05 - 12:20 pm: Market readiness - Latha R
  •   12:20 - 12:45 pm: Technology focus for IT - Kumar Kollipara
  •   12:45 - 01:05 pm: Personality development - Sridevi K
  •   01:20 - 2:30 pm: Data Center visit (D block Groud floor) by batches of ~ 40 - Kiruthika & Vijaya

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.

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.

About us

With a mission to impart the quality technical education to each and every segment of society, ReddyJana Sangha coveted dream came into existence in 1999 with the beginning of Vemana Institute of Technology. Karnataka ReddyJana Sangha, one of the pioneers in the field of Education guided by a well-known Educationist Sri. H.N. Vijayaraghava Reddy.

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