Information Science & Engineering
The department was established in the year 1995 with an initial intake of 60 students. Since last 10 years the department has made many achievements in the ladder of success. It has also given highly qualified budding computer engineers with commitment to cater the needs of the software industry from time to time. The department has dedicated highly qualified and experienced faculty who are committed to excellence. They are constantly striving to bring creative and innovative methods of teaching to produce quality products. With the combination of highly qualified and dedicated lecturers and motivated students working in unison, the Department of Information Science and Engineering is one of the most successful departments in KIT.
Miss. USHA H.D (1KI00IS055) secured 4th RANK in the Year 2004. Miss. SHIKHALAL secured 8th RANK in the Year1999.Mission
The department of Information science & engineering having one of the best under graduate programs, based on the quality and balance between institution and industries. It will be department of choice by prospective students, parents, faculty, staff, corporate donors and corporate employers nationwide.Vision
Produce graduates with a broad based foundation in fundamental engineering principles together with the depth of disciplinary knowledge needed to succeed in a career in Information science & engineering or related field including a wide variety of advanced technological and management careers.Programme Educational Objectives
PEO1 This contains to impart education to become a graduate with ability to pursue for higher studies or to join industries.
PEO2 To impart education with clear knowledge of the fundamentals and applied aspects of Information Science and engineering
PEO3 To impart education in related area of Information science and technology with ability to develop software’s to find solution societal problems.
PEO4 To develop a professional attitude, good communication skill and to work in multidisciplinary teams with strong ethical moral spiritual background to recognize the needs of society.
PEO5 To provide an academic environment for continued learning and application with the use of the new tools for finding effective solution to real life problems.
an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering,
an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data,
an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability,
an ability to function on multidisciplinary teams,
an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems,
an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility,
an ability to communicate effectively,
recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in lifelong learning,
a knowledge of contemporary issues, and
an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
an ability to understand discrete mathematics and apply for the solution for the problem
The department houses Air-Conditioned and well-furnished Software labs with sufficient power backup and latest computing facilities. Classrooms are equipped with Over Head Projectors(OHP). The department has 1 MBPS leased line Internet access from BSNL. The Internet access are available round the clock to the staff and students of the college. The entire campus is linked with a Fibre Optic Network and the computing facilities as well as Internet services are available around the clock Recently the department purchased latest 30 P-!V branded systems worth 6 Lakhs. The department also consists of a Seminar Hall with a seating Capacity of 200 and LCD and OHP aids. The department library has stocked books ,journals and technical literature in addition to the central library facilities.The following are the major laboratories 1.Microprocessor laboratory 2.Data Base Applications laboratory 3.Data Structures laboratory 4.OOPS with C++ laboratory 5.Algorithms laboratory 6.Network laboratory 7.System Programming laboratory Future Scope
Advances in computing science and molecular biology are two of the most important phenomena of our age. They are each representative of the development of information science as a new foundation for human knowledge. They are both predictive sciences that can model natural processes: the reasoning and evolutionary processes of living systems, respectively. Together the two technologies illustrate the massive extent of information science, encompassing the furthest reaches of human rationality and the ultimate foundations of life, and bringing both into the technological domain, subject to human control. But the technology research business is at a crossroads. While spending on information technology has started to grow again, the research industry has not recovered from the dot-com bust. Research spending, which rose at annual rates of more than 30 percent in the late 1990's, remains about 6 percent below its 2001 peak, according to Outsell, a California company that analyzes the analysts.Faculty
|Sl No.||Faculty Name||Designation||Qualification|
|1||Rajashekar K J||Asso. Prof & HOD||M.Tech.|
|2||Kavitha A S||Asso. Prof||M.E|
|3||Hanumanthappa S||Asst. Prof||M.Tech|
|4||Naveen N||Asst. Prof||M.Tech|
|5||Vinay Kumar V N||Asst. Prof||M.Tech|
|6||Shakunthala B S||Asst. Prof||M.Tech|
|7||Sridhar B||Asst. Prof||M.Tech|
|8||Shwetha G K||Asst. Prof||M.Tech|
|9||Chaithra A B||Asst. Prof||M.Tech|
|10||Bharath Kumar||Asst. Prof||M.Tech|
|11||Swamy M S||Asst. Prof||M.Tech|