- Teacher: MATH Dr.Gururaj Bhadri

## Available courses

- Teacher: MATH Roshan

Focuses on elementary data structures,
(including arrays, stacks, queues, and lists), advanced data structures (including trees and graphs),the
algorithms used to manipulate these structures, and their application to solving practical engineering problems.

- Teacher: MCA Sujata Kulkarni

Focuses on elementary data structures,
(including arrays, stacks, queues, and lists), advanced data structures (including trees and graphs),the
algorithms used to manipulate these structures, and their application to solving practical engineering problems.

- Teacher: MCA Sujata Kulkarni

PHYSICS

- Dr. S. G. Totad: CSE Shashikumar G. Totad

**Machine Learning** is the field of study that gives computers the capability to learn without being explicitly programmed. ML is one of the most exciting technologies that one would have ever come across. As it is evident from the name, it gives the computer that which makes it more similar to humans: ** The ability to learn**. Machine learning is actively being used today, perhaps in many more places than one would expect.

**Course
Outcomes (COs): **

At the end of the course the student should be able to:

1. Apply data pre-processing techniques to clean and qualify data for machine learning applications; |

2. Apply appropriate machine learning technique to extort hidden insights from a data repository; |

3. Utilize data engineering tools for machine learning applications; |

4. Analyze insights from the outcome of data analysis. |

- Teacher: CSE Shashikumar G. Totad

Industry Internship Weekly Review Report (Prof. Shruti Maralappanavar)

- Teacher: E&C Shruti Maralappanavar

Industry Internship Weekly Review Report (Prof. Venkatesh Mane)

- Teacher: E&C Venktesh Mane

Industry Internship Weekly Review Report ( Prof. Sanjay Eligar)

- Teacher: E&C SANJAY ELIGAR

**" Internship Project_Microsoft "**

- Teacher: E&C Anilkumar Kabbur

- Teacher: Dr. Shivalingsarj Desai

- Teacher: MCA Amit Kachavimath
- Teacher: MCA Shashikala Budni

- Teacher: MCA Shashikala Budni

- Teacher: MCA Amit Kachavimath

- Teacher: E&C Shamshuddin Goruwale

- Teacher: Prof. Shivashankar A. Huddar

At the end of the course the student should be able to: 1.Justify the need of electronics in mechanical systems. |

2.Analyze the characteristics of semiconductor devices and identify them for the given application. |

3.Build circuits to perform signal operations using operational amplifiers. |

4.Realize digital systems using logic gates. |

5.Explain various types of sensors ,transducers, A/D, D/A converters used in mechatronic systems. |

6.Illustrate the mechatronic systems using sample case studies. |

- Teacher: CEER Kaushik Mallibhat

This course deals with various concepts and tools used to manage big data.

- Teacher: MCA Shivananda Seeri

- Teacher: MATH Roshan

- Teacher: MCA Shashikala Budni

Numerical Methods and PDE (A&R)(15EMAB206)

- Teacher: MATH Dr BMS

Numerical Methods and PDE (A&R)(15EMAB206)

- Teacher: MATH Dr BMS

Numerical Methods and Partial Differential Equations(C) Mech (15EMAB206)

- Teacher: MATH Dr BMS

Mini Project - 2

- Teacher: MCA Deepa Mulimani

** Course Outcomes (COs): **

At the end of the course the student should be able to:

1. Create attractive web pages using HTML tags and Cascading style.

2.
Develop** **event-driven
application using JavaScript and DOM.

3. Apply the knowledge of XML to store and display data using the different styles.

4. Develop reasonably sophisticated web applications that make use of server side script and DBMS.

- Teacher: MCA Amit Kachavimath

Data Structure

- TEACHER: EC_Anupama H C

Data structures are generally based on the ability of a computer to fetch and store data at any place in its memory, specified by a pointer—a bit string, representing a memory address, that can be itself stored in memory and manipulated by the program. Thus, the array and record data structures are based on computing the addresses of data items with arithmetic operations; while the linked data structures are based on storing addresses of data items within the structure itself. Many data structures use both principles, sometimes combined in non-trivial ways (as in XOR linking).^{[citation needed]}

The implementation of a data structure usually requires writing a set of procedures that create and manipulate instances of that structure. The efficiency of a data structure cannot be analyzed separately from those operations. This observation motivates the theoretical concept of an abstract data type, a data structure that is defined indirectly by the operations that may be performed on it, and the mathematical properties of those operations (including their space and time cost).

The purpose of the *Object Oriented Programming lab* is to teach to the student the concepts of object oriented paradigm, assimilation of a new programming

- Teacher: ARE_Poornima Byahatti

OS and Embedded system

- Teacher: EEE_Deeksha Nandur

Social Innovation

- Teacher: Humanities_vani yelamali

**Social innovations** are new strategies, concepts, ideas and organizations that aim to meet **social** needs resulting from working conditions, education, community development, and health. These ideas are created with the goal of extending and strengthening civil society.

- Teacher: Humanities_vani yelamali

Social Innovation

- Teacher: Humanities_vani yelamali

Social Innovation

- Teacher: Humanities_vani yelamali

- Teacher: MATH Dr BMS

- Teacher: MECH Vinayak Khatawate

Statistics and Integral transforms 15EMAB201 -MECH C Div

- Teacher: MATH Dr BMS

ICE 2017 - 18 Div C odd

- Teacher: MECH anand raj

ICE 2017-18 Div B odd

- Teacher: MECH Rajashekhar S Savadi

ICE 2017-18 Div A odd

- Teacher: MECH Vinayak Khatawate

- Teacher: MECH Raju U

PLM Fundamental and Technical

- Teacher: smec_vinay tigadi

Given below is a list of subjects with commonly asked Placement Questions. This will help you to work wonders in the Placement interviews !

- Teacher: E&C PROF. VISHAL PATTANSHETTI

quiz

- Teacher: E&C ROHINI HONGAL

Â 1. Describe the hardware architecture and memory organization of 8051 microcontroller.

Â 2. Write and test assembly and C language programs with a tradeoff between size and complexity using development tools.

Â 3. Configure and program the On-chip peripherals of 8051.

Â 4. Interface external devices with microcontroller to implement real world applications.

Â 5. Design and develop microcontroller based application by incorporating the concepts of digital circuits.

- Teacher: E&C PROF. VISHAL PATTANSHETTI

Analog Electronic Circuits D Div

- Teacher: E&C Shraddha Hiremath

Analog Electronic Circuits C Div

- Teacher: E&C Mrs.Nalini Iyer

Analog Electronic Circuits B Div

- Teacher: E&C Sujata Naduvinamani

Analog Electronic Circuits A Div

- Teacher: E&C Rajashree Hangal

Circuit Analysis

- Teacher: E&C SUJATA KOTABAGI

Circuit Analysis

- Teacher: E&C jyoti Patil

Circuit Analysis

- Teacher: E&C Rajashree Hangal

Submit Assignment-1

- Teacher: E&C SOUMYA PATIL

- Teacher: E&C Shamshuddin Goruwale

Communication System Implementation Assignment for 2019-20 batch.

- Teacher: E&C Shamshuddin Goruwale

### At the end of the course students will be able to:

i. Develop logical thinking to solve a given problem

ii. Apply appropriate C++ programming constructs to solve a given problem

iii. Debug a given C++ program for logical errors.

iv. Optimize a given C++ program.

v. Develop C++ program for the given application

- Teacher: E&C PROF. VISHAL PATTANSHETTI

CCN_Jan_2019

- Teacher: E&C Anilkumar Kabbur

Communication & DSP Lab

- Teacher: E&C RAMKRISHNA JOSHI

**Operating System and
Embedded Systems Design **

- Teacher: E&C Anand C

Industry Internship Weekly Review Report ( Prof. Saroja Siddamal )

- Teacher: E&C SAROJA SIDDAMAL

Internship Weekly Review Report (Prof. R. M. Shet)

- Teacher: E&C Raghavendra Shet

Industry Internship Weekly Review Report(Prof. Ramkrishna Joshi )

- Teacher: E&C RAMKRISHNA JOSHI

Industry Internship Weekly Review Report (Prof. P.C. Nissimagoudar)

- Teacher: E&E Prabhavathi Nissimagoudar

Industry Internship Weekly Review Report( Prof.Hemantraj Kelagadi )

- Teacher: E&C HEMANTRAJ KELAGADI

Industry Internship Weekly Review Report(Prof. Vishal Pattanshetti )

- Teacher: E&C PROF. VISHAL PATTANSHETTI

Industry Internship Weekly Review Report ( Prof. Nalini C. Iyer)

- Teacher: E&C Mrs.Nalini Iyer

Industry Internship Weekly Review Report (Prof. Sujata Kotabagi )

- Teacher: E&C SUJATA KOTABAGI

Industry Internship weekly Review (Prof. Gireesh H.M.)

- Teacher: E&C Gireesh hm

Indutstry Internship Weekly review Report (Prof. Kiran Madenhalli)

- Teacher: E&C KIRAN MADENHALLI

Industry Internship Weekly Review Report (Prof. Suhas Shirol )

- Teacher: E&C Suhas Shirol

Industry Internship Weekly Review Report (Proff. Shraddha Hiremath )

- Teacher: E&C Shraddha Hiremath

Industry Internship Weekly Review report( Prof. Ujwala Patil )

- Teacher: E&C UJWALA PATIL

Industry Internship Weekly Review Report ( Prof. Soumya Patil )

- Teacher: E&C SOUMYA PATIL

Industry Internship Weekly Review Report(Prof. Shrishail Pattanshetti )

- Teacher: E&C SHRISHAIL PATTANSHETTI

Industry Internship Weekly Review Report ( Prof. Suneeta Budihal)

- Teacher: E&C SUNEETA BUDIHAL

Industry Internship Weekly Review Report (Prof. Rohini Hongal)

- Teacher: E&C ROHINI HONGAL

WMC

- Teacher: E&C SUNEETA BUDIHAL

- Teacher: CSE shivalingappa battur

**Course Outcomes (COs): **

At the end of the course the student should be able to:

· Apply fundamental concepts of database systems to analyze the problem specification and design a relational model for the same.

· Formulate relational algebra and SQL solutions to a broad range of data management scenarios.

· Apply normalization theory to design normalized relational database.

· Apply concepts of transaction processing and security techniques for database systems.

· Describe NoSQL and Columnar database system concepts.

Design and Implement a Database application.

- Teacher: CSE Karibasappa K G
- Teacher: CSE Manjunath Gonal
- Teacher: CSE Praveen Dhulavvagol
- Teacher: CSE Vijay Biradar

Course Outcomes (COs): At the end of the course the student should be able to:

1. Design combinational and sequential circuits using digital components.

2. Analyze different ways of communication between processor and peripherals.

3. Design memory units for given specifications.

4. Describe the architectures of various processors.

5. Analyze the performance of pipelined architecture in a processor.

- Teacher: CSE Aruna Nayak

**Prerequisites:** Discrete
Mathematical Structures and Data Structures courses.

**Course Outcomes (COs): **

At the end of the course the student should be able to:

i. Explain formal language concepts applied in the compilation process.

ii. Design a suitable computing machine / parser for a given formal language.

iii. Explain the semantic analyzer for a given context free grammar of a language construct.

iv. Build and optimize the intermediate code for given programming construct.

v. Implement the algorithms required for compiler front end construction.

- Teacher: Sujatha C

- Teacher: CSE Aruna Nayak
- Teacher: CSE Namrata Hiremath
- Teacher: CSE Vishwanath Garagad

**Course Outcomes (COs): **

At the end of the course the student should be able to:

i. Describe the components of a language processing system and phases of a compiler.

ii. Apply the automata concepts in the phases of compiler design.

iii. Construct a suitable computing machine for a given formal language.

iv. Design a parser for a given formal language.

v. Build the intermediate code for a given programming construct.

vi. Implement the algorithms required for constructing phases of a compiler.

- Teacher: Sujatha C
- Teacher: CSE Nirmala Patil

cse11

- Teacher: MCA Prakash Patil

- Teacher: CSE K Rajashekariah
- Teacher: CSE mahesh patil
- Teacher: CSE manjula pawar
- Teacher: CSE Somashekar Patil

**Course Outcomes**

- Apply logic and rules of inference to draw a conclusion from a set of premises in a finite sequence of steps.
- Apply principles of sets operations and functions.
- Apply various operations on sets and represent them using Venn diagram.
- Use the Fundamental Counting Principle to determine the number of outcomes in a problem.
- Understanding graphs and its applications.
- Discuss and differentiate the types of functions, relations and groups.

- Teacher: CSE Karibasappa K G

**Course Outcomes (COs): **

At the end of the course the student should be able to:

1. Demonstrate the techniques used to create script for automating the tasks.

2. Apply python programming constructs and data structures to solve the problem

3. Illustrate the process of system administration using suitable script.

- Teacher: Sujatha C