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Introduction Of Department

The Information Science & Engineering Department established in the year 2008 with intake of 60, is most adoptive, attaining and active department at RRIT, preparing its students to become global leaders in diverse career fields such as academia, Information technology, Sports, personality Development and Cultural Skills.

RRIT-ISE consistently works on research initiatives towards newer technological concepts and also in improving teaching abilities. Department of ISE is known for its best faculty creating the best possible education, which is based on their innovative and core research. Department has been nominated as Best Performing department at RRIT for 3 consecutive academic years of 2012-13, 2013-14 & 2014-15.

RRIT-ISE has well qualified faculties. Department has 2 instructors, working in 2 Hi-Tech labs with 60 computers in each. These labs are also equipped with LCD projectors and internet connection, and can be used as seminar hall also. Department has EC and LD lab. RRIT-ISE Students are multi-talented and most of the alumni's are placed in reputed companies. Alumni of the department remain in constant touch with the Institute and are contributing in the development of the Institute. The campus placement of the department has been very encouraging. The nature of interdisciplinary and collaborative thinking demonstrated by ISE faculty members' cuts across these labs and class rooms, reaching across into industry and academia worldwide.


  • The Department of Information Science has played a significant role in nurturing computer and Information Science education from past 6 years.
  • Most of the Alumni of the department are placed in prominent IT companies and a student in pre-final year is already placed in a software company
  • The Department has a long and fruitful association with many Software Companies.
  • Students have visited SAP Labs for Industrial visit and also participated in a national level competition conducted by SAP Labs
  • Faculty of the department are Reviewers for reputed research journals and have written many books. Also they are members of many professional bodies like IEEE, ISTE, CSI, IAENG
  • The Department has won many prizes and chosen as overall champions for the year 2012-13 and 2013-14
  • The Department organizes technical talks, seminars and quiz programmes periodically
  • The Department has been actively taking part of organizing many Technical and Cultural Festivals
  • Students of the department have visited IIT-Delhi to participate in National level Robotics Workshop and Competition
  • Student of the department have attended quiz programme conducted by BITES, Bangalore


  • Computer Programming lab
  • Data Structures with C/C++ Laboratory
  • Electronic Circuits & Logic Design Laboratory
  • Design & Analysis of Algorithms Lab
  • Microprocessor lab
  • Database application Lab
  • System Software and Operating System Lab
  • File Structure Lab
  • Software Testing Lab
  • Networks Lab
  • Web Programing Lab
  • Project Work and Research Lab

HOD 's Message

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering was established from the inception of the college. The Department offers UG and PG programs with specialization of Computer Science &Engineering. The course offers a deep insight into the discipline and empowers promising engineers with required skills for a successful career in Computer Science & Engineering. The department has excellent infrastructure and is well equipped with modern laboratories. The department has highly qualified, experienced, dedicated and motivated faculty with industry and research background.

Program Details


B.E. Computer Science and Engineering

Course Duration: 4 Years after PUC (8 Semesters).

3 Years after Diploma (Lateral entry-6 Semesters).


M-Tech inComputer Science and Engineering :

Course Duration: 2 Years (4 Semesters ).

Course Highlights

The Department of Computer Science &Engineering following the curriculum of VTU to meet the industry requirements and alsoto prepare the students for further studies. Course contents are delivered in highly conducive environment having spacious classrooms. Faculty members are actively involved in engaging students in curricular/co-curricular/Extra-Curricular activities. Resource persons from industry and academia are invited to deliver guest lectures.The few recent technology courses like cloud computing, big data, Artificial intelligence etc makes the students to motivate them to pursue their higher studies in India and abroad. The highlights of the Computer Science and Engineering department

  • Most of the faculty members presented & published papers at several reputed National, International conferences and Journals.
  • The department is well equipped with 07 Laboratories.
  • Department is working on outcome based teaching-learning process.
  • Internship in Industries is provided to students by the department.
  • Department organizes Soft Skill & Technical Skill development programs for students.

Highlights of Laboratories

Department offers fully equipped computer labs with seating for up to 30 students in each lab. These are dedicated labs which are ideal for conducting all the course labs, projects, research activities and new application training. All these Computers are run on different operating system like windows 2000, xp, window 7 and Linux, with the applications including the Microsoft Office Suite, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Adobe Acrobat Reader, and various media players. These machines also feature host-based firewall, and virus scanning software.A strategic, periodic maintenance and stock verification is done to upgrade the lab as per the changing requirements. To support online teaching, the lab is facilitated with LCD projector and Wi-Fi connectivity with drop-down screens. All systems are having power back up of 3 hours with sufficientKW of UPS facility.

Job Opportunities

Companies / Organizations in which students of the department, after completing their course will find job opportunities are:

Infosys, WIPRO, TCS, CapGemini, CISCO, HCL, Tata Elxi, IBM, HP, Mind-Tree, DELL, Honeywell, Accenture, Cognizant, Philips, SAP Labs, Samsung, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, FlipKart, Amazon, RetailON, CommonFloor, HAL, NAL , DRDO, ISRO and many other software Development companies.


The department is active in core research and focuses on application development in specific. At present research is focused in the areas of Software Engineering, Software Testing, Agile Methodologies, NFC and Android Programming, Cloud computing, Six Sigma and its Computer Application, Software Quality etc

PEO 1: Graduates will be successful professionals in IT industry with good design, coding & testing skills, capable of assimilating new information and solve new problems
PEO 2: Graduates will communicate proficiently and collaborate successfully with peers, colleagues and organizations.
PEO 3: Graduates will be ethical and responsible members of the computing profession and society
PEO 4: Graduates will acquire necessary skills for research, higher studies, entrepreneurship and continued learning to adopt and create new applications
Programme Outcomes (POs)
Engineering Graduates will be able to:
Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
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.
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.
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.
PSO1: Ability to work and Code with various standards of Computational Industry
PSO2: Acquire knowledge to analyze, design, develop and test the application in Data Sciences, Network and Cloud Platform and Application development

Courses Outcomes (COs)

1. Material Science and Metallurgy (15ME32)

• To understand the fundamentals of materials, structures and its related mechanical properties

• To understand the concepts of deformation, Fracture, Creep and Fatigue under different loading conditions

• To impart knowledge on different solidification mechanism and thereby construct the different types of phase diagram

• To familiarize the concept of Iron Carbon equilibrium diagram and study the microstructure for various kinds of heat treatment and classify Ferrous Nonferrous and Composite materials

2. Basic Thermodynamics (15ME33)

• To study fundamentals of thermodynamics, its laws, energy interactions, various temperature scales and its measurements

• To provide the detailed information of thermodynamic laws and its various physical problems

• To understand the behavior of pure substance and its applications in practical problems

• To provide the necessary knowledge in various thermodynamic relations and its applications to ideal gas mixtures

3. Mechanics Of Materials (15ME34)

• Understand the fundamental concepts of stress and strain and the relationship between both through the strain-stress equations in order to solve problems for simple tridimensional elastic solids

Calculate and represent the stress diagrams in bars and simple structures

• Solve problems relating to pure and non-uniform bending of beams and other simple structures

• Solve problems relating to torsional deformation of bars and other simple tri-dimensional structures

• Understand the concept of buckling and be able to solve the problems related to isolated bars Distinguish between isostatic and hiperstatic problems and be able to use various methods for the resolution of both

• Be familiar with at least one software program for the evaluation of structures

4. Metal Casting and Welding (15ME35A)

• Basic definitions and casting process

• Sand Moulding Cores Gates, Risers, cleaning of castings & Moulding Machines

• Melting Furnaces & Special moulding Process

• Welding Processes

• 5Metallurgical aspects in welding & Inspection Methods

5. Mechanical Measurements and Metrology (15ME36B)

• To develop in students the knowledge of basics of Measurements, Metrology and Measuring devices.

• To understand the concepts of various measurement systems & standards with regards to realistic applications.

• The application of principle of metrology and measurements in industries.

• To develop competence in sensors, transducers and terminating devises with associated parameters

• To develop basic principles and devices involved in measuring surface textures.

6. Engineering Mathematics – III (15MAT31)

• Apply basic mathematical operations on complex numbers in Cartesian and polar forms. Determine continuity/ differentiability/analyticity of a function and find the derivative of a function. Identify the transformation

• Evaluate a contour integral using Cauchy’s integral formula. Compute singularities and also the residues

• Formulate and solve partial differential equations. Use of separation of variable method to solve wave, heat and Laplace equations

• Compute the numerical solution of partial differential equations

• Represent a periodic function as a Fourier series. Compute the Fourier coefficients numerically

7. Mechanical Measurements and Metrology Lab (15MEL37B)

• To calibrate pressure gauge, thermocouple, LVDT, load cell, micrometer.

• To measure angle using Sine Center/ Sine Bar/ Bevel Protractor, alignment using Autocollimator/ Roller set.

• To demonstrate measurements using Optical Projector/Tool maker microscope, Optical flats.

• To measure cutting tool forces using Lathe/Drill tool dynamometer..

• To measure Screw thread parameters using 2-Wire or 3-Wire method, gear tooth profile using gear tooth vernier/Gear tooth micrometer.

• To measure surface roughness using Tally Surf/ Mechanical Comparator.

8. Foundry and Forging Lab (15MEL38A)

• Demonstrate various skills of sand preparation, molding.

• Demonstrate various skills of forging operations.

• Work as a team keeping up ethical principles.

9. Management and Engineering Economics (15ME51)

• Understand needs, functions, roles, scope and evolution of Management

• Understand importance, purpose of Planning and hierarchy of planning and also analyze its types

• Discuss Decision making, Organizing, Staffing, Directing and Controlling

• Select the best economic model from various available alternatives

• Understand various interest rate methods and implement the suitable one.

• Estimate various depreciation values of commodities 7. Prepare the project reports effectively.

10. Dynamics of Machinery (15ME52 )

• Determine the forces and couples for static and dynamic conditions of four bar and slider crank mechanisms to keep the system in equilibrium.

• Determine magnitude and angular position of balancing masses under static and dynamic condition of rotating masses in same and different planes.

• Determine unbalanced primary, secondary forces and couples in single and multi-cylinder engine.

• Determine sensitiveness, isochronism, effort and power of porter and hartnell governors.

• Determine gyroscopic couple and effects related to 2, 4 wheeler, plane disc, ship and aeroplanes.

• Understand types of vibration, SHM and methods of finding natural frequencies of simple mechanical systems.

• Determine equation of motion, natural frequency, damping factor, logarithmic decrement of damped free vibration (SDOF) systems.

• Determine the natural frequency, force and motion transmissibility of single degree freedom systems.

Determine equation of motion of rotating and reciprocating unbalance systems, magnification factor, and transmissibility of forced vibration (SDOF) systems.

11. Turbo Machines (15ME53)

• Identify and differentiate positive displacement machines and turbo machines

• Analyze energy transfer through graphical and analytical methods in turbo machines

• Design different kinds of turbomachines

12. Design of Machine Elements – I (15ME54)

• Describe the design process, choose materials.

• Apply the codes and standards in design process.

• Analyze the behavior of machine components under static, impact, fatigue loading using failure theories.

• Design shafts, joints, couplings.

• Design of riveted and welded joints.

• Design of threaded fasteners and power screws

13. Non Traditional Machining (15ME554)

• Understand the compare traditional and non-traditional machining process and recognize the need for Non-traditional machining process.

• Understand the constructional features, performance parameters, process characteristics, applications, advantages and limitations of USM, AJM and WJM.

• Identify the need of Chemical and electro-chemical machining process along with the constructional features, process parameters, process characteristics, applications, advantages and limitations.

• Understand the constructional feature of the equipment, process parameters, process characteristics, applications, advantages and limitations EDM & PAM.

• Understand the LBM equipment, LBM parameters, and characteristics. EBM equipment and mechanism of metal removal, applications, advantages and limitations LBM & EBM.

14. Energy and Environment (15ME562)

• Summarize the basic concepts of energy, its distribution and general Scenario.

• Explain different energy storage systems, energy management, audit and economic analysis.

• Summarize the environment eco system and its need for awareness.

• Identify the various types of environment pollution and their effects.

• Discuss the social issues of the environment with associated acts.

15. Fluid Mechanics & Machinery Lab (15MEL57)

• Perform experiments to determine the coefficient of discharge of flow measuring devices.

• Conduct experiments on hydraulic turbines and pumps to draw characteristics.

• Test basic performance parameters of hydraulic turbines and pumps and execute the knowledge in real life situations.

• Determine the energy flow pattern through the hydraulic turbines and pumps

• Exhibit his competency towards preventive maintenance of hydraulic machines

16. Energy Lab (15MEL58)

• Perform experiments to determine the properties of fuels and oils.

• Conduct experiments on engines and draw characteristics.

• Test basic performance parameters of I.C. Engine and implement the knowledge in industry

• Identify exhaust emission, factors affecting them and report the remedies.

• Determine the energy flow pattern through the I C Engine

• Exhibit his competency towards preventive maintenance of IC engines.

17. Engineering Economy (10 ME 71)

• Apply the appropriate engineering economics analysis method(s) for problem solving: present worth, annual cost, rate-of-return, payback, break-even, benefit-cost ratio.

• Evaluate the cost effectiveness of individual engineering projects using the methods learned and draw inferences for the investment decisions.

• Compare the life cycle cost of multiple projects using the methods learned, and make a quantitative decision between alternate facilities and/or systems.

• Apply all mathematical approach models covered in solving engineering economics problems: mathematical formulas, interest factors from tables, Excel functions and graphs. Estimate reasonableness of the results.

• Compare the differences in economic analysis between the private and public sectors. Recognize the limits of mathematical models for factors hard to quantify.

• Develop and demonstrate teamwork, project management, and professional communications skills.

18. Mechanical Vibrations (10 ME 72)

• Apply systems thinking to understand complex system behaviour including interactions between components and with other systems (social, cultural, legislative, environmental, business etc.)

• Identify and apply relevant problem solving methodologies

• Design components, systems and/or processes to meet required specifications

• Synthesise alternative/innovative solutions, concepts and procedures

• Implement and test solutions

• Develop models using appropriate tools such as computer software, laboratory equipment and other devices

• Work as an effective member or leader of diverse teams within a multi-level, multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural setting

19. Hydraulics and Pneumatics (10 ME 73)

• Draw symbols used in hydraulic systems.

• Operate different types of valves used in hydraulic systems

• Classify the valves used in hydraulic systems.

• Maintain different valves and auxiliaries.

• Assemble pumps and motors to rectify problems.

• Develop efficient hydraulic circuits.

• Maintain the pneumatic and hydraulic system

20. Operation Research (10 ME 74)

• Be able to understand the characteristics of different types of decision-making environments and the appropriate decision making approaches and tools to be used in each type

• Be able to build and solve Transportation Models and Assignment Models.

• Be able to design new simple models, like: CPM, MSPT to improve decision –making and develop critical thinking and objective analysis of decision problems.

• Be able to implement practical cases, by using TORA, WinQSB

21. Design Laboratory (10 ME l77)

• Demonstrate this understanding by either analyzing an existing problem or by creating a new design to certain given specifications

• The student shall understand the appropriate and traditional use of the engineering and machine design

• Solve problems using the maximum-normal-stress theory, Solve problems using the maximum-shear-stress theory.

• The student shall be able to use the methods introduced in prior courses considered as prerequisite engineering knowledge in various machine-design problems

22. Cim& Automation Lab (10 ME l78)

• To practically relate to concepts discussed in Computer Integrated Manufacturing course.

• To write CNC part programs using CADEM simulation package for simulation of machining operations such as Turning, Drilling & Milling.

• To understand & write programs for Flexible Manufacturing Systems & Robotics.

• To understand the operating principles of hydraulics, pneumatics and electro pneumatic systems.

• To apply these learnings to automate & improve efficiency of manufacturing process.

23. Non-Conventional Energy Sources (10ME754)

• List and generally explain the main sources of energy and their primary applications in the US, and the world.

• Describe the challenges and problems associated with the use of various energy sources, including fossil fuels, with regard to future supply and the environment.

• Discuss remedies/potential solutions to the supply and environmental issues associated with fossil fuels and other energy resources.

• List and describe the primary renewable energy resources and technologies.

• Describe/illustrate basic electrical concepts and system components.

• Convert units of energy—to quantify energy demands and make comparisons among energy uses, resources, and technologies.

• Collect and organize information on renewable energy technologies as a basis for further analysis and evaluation.

24. Product Life Cycle Management (10 ME 769)

• Agree exactly what a project is meant to do and what it is meant to deliver.

• Agree the scope, timescales, cost and quality of a project.

• Maintain a schedule and project plan.

• Deliver the agreed outcomes of the project to the right scope, timescales, cost and quality.

• Provide communications, reports and progress updates throughout the lifecycle of the project.

• Manage risks, issues and dependencies.

• Make sure that the business gets the outcome that it wants from the project.

• Manage policies, processes, tools, frameworks, techniques, people and relationships to a successful project outcome.

• Minimize any impact on normal business operations.

Details of Information Science Engineering

Course Details

Sl. No. Course Year of Start Intake Passed out batches
1. UG - Bachelor of Engineering (BE) in Information Science & Engineering 2008 60 04

Faculty Details :

Sl. No. Name Designation Qualification CV
1. Mr.Emmanuel Rajarathnam Professor & HOD M.Tech. (Ph.D)
2. Prof. M. Suneeta Associate Professor M.Tech. (Ph.D.)
3. Mr. Ganesh M. Assistant Professor M.Tech. (Ph.D.)
4. Mrs. Vani Saptasagar Assistant Professor M.Tech.
5. Prof. Swetha K. B. Assistant Professor M Tech. (Ph.D.)
6. Prof. Vinod L. B. Assistant Professor M.Tech.
7. Mr. Gautham B. S. Assistant Professor M.Tech.
8. Mrs.Janhavi N L Assistant Professor M.Tech.
9. Ms.Arpitha Martin Assistant Professor M.Tech.

Technical Staff Details :

Sl. No. Name Designation Qualification
1. Mrs.Mamatha K.B. Instructor Diploma
2. Mr.Pavan H. Instructor Diploma
3. Mr.Suresh Helper SSLC