Computer Science & Engineering

Computer Science & Engineering

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About Course

Department of Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) was established in MIET with the aim of giving quality education. It is an academic center for education, research and creativity in key areas of Computer Science. Department is equipped with labs, Seminar hall with well qualified and learned faculties having specialization in different computer domain.

Department empowers students to have excellence in scientific education, technical education and research to serve as a valuable resource for industry and society. Department promotes collaboration with industry like IBM, Wipro and TCS etc. to achieve better integration of theory. Department offers industrial visits and Personality development courses to fulfill the gap between industry and academics. Department is empowering students by providing latest technologies used in Industry like SAP, REDHAT, ADOBE, SALESFORCE,embedding programming to bridge the gap between Industry and academia.

Courses Offered

UG: 4 years Bachelor of Technology in Computer Science & Engineering.
PG: 2 years Masters of Technology Computer Science & Engineering.

 

For any Query Contact Us:

Address :
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Meerut Institute of Engineering and Technology
N.H 58, Delhi-Roorkee Highway,
Baghpat Road Bypass crossing,
Meerut-250005,
U,P (India)

Email : contact@miet.ac.in

Phone No.
Landline : 0121-2439019/2439057
Mobile : +91-6399330444

Prof. Pradeep Pant
Head Department of Computer Science & Engineering
M.I.E.T, Meerut

It gives me immense pleasure to pen down my greetings for all the students and parents on behalf of Department of Computer Science and Engineering, M.I.E.T, Meerut. The Department of Computer Science & Engineering was established in M.I.E.T in 1997. Since then the department equips its students with undergraduate (B.Tech) and postgraduate (M.Tech) level expertise and appropriate skills in the field of Computer Science and Engineering. The department considers the committed and dedicated staff as its core strength in providing value education with professional standards. Our faculties with experiences in both teaching and industry constantly aspire to achieve academic excellence with emphasis on ingraining inventive thinking and leadership skills in our students. Varieties of workshops are held over entire session to enable knowledge impartment and improving programming skills in C, Python, Android, Oracle JAVA, .Net, Cloud Computing, Big Data and Internet of Things. It is a known fact that Computer Software and Service Industry are dynamic and ever-changing. It’s phenomenal growth offers great opportunities for economic growth and development. The Industry Oriented Programs of the department are highly innovative and keenly sought after. Programs include Amazon Web Services, SAP, Salesforce, Adobe Web Analytics, IBM-Blockchain, Security Intelligence and Big Data etc, for the students to bridge the gap between academics and I.T industry. One of the biggest strength of our department is to inseminate strong entrepreneurial culture among our students. With assiduous hard work of Department and support of our Institution, many of our students benefit from the on-campus Business Incubation Center and others able to bag jobs in top companies like Tata Consultancy Services, IBM, Wipro Technologies, BOSCH, Grapecity, GenPact, HITACHI, SmartPixs and many more. I am confident that our department will keep on with its legacy to harness its students with the necessary ambience to adorn their knowledge and skills to achieve their long term goals and take our Institute to greater heights.

Vision

To be an excellent department that impart value based quality education and uplifts innovative research in the ever-changing field of technology.

Mission

  • To fulfil the requirement of skilled human resources with focus on quality education.
  • To create globally competent and socially responsible technocrats by providing value and need based training.
  • To improve Industry-Institution Interaction and encourage the innovative research activities.

Program Educational Objectives

The Computer Science & Engineering Department produces graduates with a strong foundation of technical knowledge and prepares them with problem solving, teamwork, and good communication skills that will raise their personality and professional career. The program educational objectives are as follows:

  • Prepare students with concrete understanding of fundamental concept of computer science and engineering by providing value based quality education to meet industry requirement.
  • Acquiring solid education in engineering ensuring an adequate foundation in science and mathematics relevant to computing and pursue higher studies.
  • Excel in professional career through industry-institute interaction and to enhance the analysis & design skills with modern tools for implementing, formulating, solving multidisciplinary problems and foster research with cost effects.
  • Exhibit adequate cognitive and communication skills and who can function effectively as computer science professionals to fulfill the requirements needed for skilled human resources.
  • Analyze real time problems, Design computing systems and awareness of lifelong learning with qualities of good citizen understanding ethical and social responsibility.

Program outcomes

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

  1. Engineering knowledge:Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. Modern tool usage:Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. 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.

PSO (Program Specific Outcome)

  • Ability to apply and analyze computational concepts in the areas related to algorithms, machine learning, cloud computing, web designing and web services.
  • Ability to apply standard practices and methodologies in software development and project management.
  • Ability to employ fundamental concepts and emerging technologies for innovative research activities, carrier opportunities & zeal for higher studies.

SECOND YEAR

DISCRETE STRUCTURE & THEORY OF LOGIC (RCS-301)

  1. understand the concept of set theory, mathematical induction, relation, function and apply those concepts on real world problem.
  2. understand the concept of group, monoid , semigroup, ring and field after that analyze the given set follow the properties of closure, associative, identity , inverse and commutative.
  3. understand the concept of partial order set ,lattice and hasse diagram after that analyze the properties of distributed,modular or complemented lattice understand the concept of Boolean algebra and create a hardware design for given problem.
  4. understand the concept of proposition and predicate logic and analyze for contradiction and tautology.
  5. understand the concept of tree, graph, recursion relation & combinatorics and evaluate Euler and Hamiltonian path for real world problem.

COMPUTER ORGANIZATION & ARCHITECTURE (RCS-302)

  1. To provide our graduates a concrete understanding of fundamental concept of computer science and engineering by providing sustainable quality education to meet industry requirement.
  2. To provide our graduates with an education assuring an adequate foundation in science and mathematics relevant to computing and also to pursue higher studies.
  3. To provide technical knowledge to enhance the analysis and design skills for implementing, formulating and solving multidisciplinary computing problems.
  4. To produce graduates with adequate cognitive and communication skills, who can function effectively as computer science professionals to fulfill the requirements needed for skilled human resources.
  5. To prepare graduates with awareness of life-long learning with an understanding of their ethical and social responsibility to become responsible citizen.

DATA STRUCTURE USING C (RCS-305)

  1. Students will be able to describe data types , algorithms and implementation of Linear data Structure such as arrays and Linked List.
  2. Students will be able to implement stacks, queues and recursive methods.
  3. Student will be able to implement the non linear data structure such as trees and will be able to differentiate the various families of trees like BST, Heap, balanced search trees etc.
  4. Students will be able to describe the  concepts of graph and its algorithms such as shortest path and minimum spanning tree.
  5. Students will be able to understand the concept of searching and sorting algorithms including quick sort, merge sort and heap sort etc., along with Hashing indexing technique .

MATHEMATICS-III (RAS-301)

  1. Evaluate integral along a path directly from the definition and the fundamental theorem of contour integration and apply C.R equations in determining whether a complex function is differentiable.
  2. apply the fourier transform to solve engineering problems in mechanics mainly heat, wave equations and Z transform is applied in electronics problem.
  3. Develop ability to represent statistical data both graphically and numerically and it is applicable in queue problems such as doctor's clinic and reservation booking system
  4. Understand real life problems mainly in business, agriculture and economics and apply in forecasting the values of the dependent variable for any value of independent variable.
  5. evaluate the derivative of any functions which is not given but its value is given in a tabular form and it is applicable in the evaluation of complicated integrals and analyse the result with exact values.

DIGITAL LOGIC DESIGN (REC-301)

  1. To understand the digital representation of information, different binary codes, Boolean algebra and error detecting and correcting codes. Students will also able to simplify Boolean functions by using the basic Boolean properties, K-Map, and Tabular Method. 
  2. To design simple combinational logics using basic gates and they can optimize simple logic using Karnaugh maps.
  3. To understand the basic sequential logic components: SR Latch, D Flip-Flop and their usage and able to analyze sequential logic circuits. Students can analyze and design the different types of counter.
  4. To understand, analyze and design the Asynchronous sequential circuits. Students will also be able to identify and prevent various hazards and timing problems in a digital design.
  5. To understand the different memory structures and technologies and will be able to implement digital systems on reconfigurable programmable logic devices (PLA, PAL, ROM). Students will also understand the different type of logic families and it's characteristics.

UNIVERSAL HUMAN VALUES AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS (RVE-301)

  1. Students will be able to understand about the need of value education and harmony in self, family, society and nature.
  2. Students will be able to apply the understanding of value education to ensure harmony at all the four levels of living.
  3. Students will be able to analyze about self, feelings in relationship, society and relevance of nature.
  4. Students will be able to evaluate their participation at all the four levels of living.
  5. Students will be able to improve their emotional, social and professional competence.

SOFT COMPUTING (ROE-031)

  1. Able to learn the unified and exact mathematical basis as well as the general principles of various Soft Computing Techniques and provide detailed theoretical and practical aspects of intelligent modeling, optimization and control of non-linear systems by applying the neural networks to pattern classification and regression problems.
  2. Able to design experiments, gather/acquire, analyze, interpret data and make decisions to understand computing requirements and prepare the students for developing intelligent systems through case studies, simulation examples and experimental results.
  3. Able to apply Fuzzy Logic over Crisp Analysis for better functionality of mechanical machines and able to solving the engineering and real world problems.
  4. Able to apply Fuzzy Logic and reasoning to handle uncertainty and solve engineering problems by effectively using the existing software tools to solve the Industrial Problems like Thermal System Solutions.
  5. Able to apply Genetic Algorithms to combinatorial optimization problems and evaluate and compare solutions by various Soft Computing approaches for a given problem. Able to identify and describe Soft Computing Techniques and their roles in building intelligent machines.

LASER (ROE-033)

  1. Learn and describe about the quantum mechanics, hydrogen spectrum and electron behavior as a gas.
  2. Describe the operation principles of CW, Q-switched, mode locked, tunable lasers, laser rate equations for three level and four level laser systems, the difference between spontaneous and stimulated emission, coherent and incoherent radiation, longitudinal mode and transverse mode;
  3. Relate the population inversion and optical feedback to laser technology/ implementation
  4. Describe the coherent properties and high brightness of laser, and how these laser properties related to their applications, and apply laser selection criteria for selecting suitable laser specific applications; and apply the knowledge of lasers to solve some real life
  5. Students will able to work in different field and industries and apply the knowledge of lasers to solve some real life problems

OPERATING SYSTEM (RCS-401)

  1. Understand the structure, types and functions of modern Operating Systems
  2. Identify and apply knowledge of various software and hardware synchronization tools and algorithms for solving critical section problem in concurrent processes
  3. Apply and analyze process management and memory management concepts to solve various software problems. Analyze the concepts of deadlock in operating systems and apply the deadlock handling techniques in multiprogramming system.
  4. Apply and relate the concepts of process, memory and file management, concurrency control, deadlock handling with various modern operating systems like Linux, Windows, Mac etc.
  5. Understand, review and analyze different file handling, I/O and disk management strategies with various access control techniques.

THEORY OF AUTOMATA & FORMAL LANGUAGES (RCS-403)

  1. After completing the course student are able to develop the concept of Finite Automata and Regular Expression
  2. After completing the course student are able to illustrate the design of Context Free Grammar for any language set.
  3. After completing the course student are able to make use of Turing machine concept to solve the simple problems
  4. After completing the course student are able to explain decidability or undecidability of various problems

DATA STRUCTURES (RCS-405)

  1. Student will be able to choose appropriate data structure as applied to specified problem definition.
  2. Student will be able to handle operations like searching, insertion, deletion, traversing mechanism etc. on various data structures.
  3. Students will be able to apply concepts learned in various domains like DBMS, compiler construction etc.
  4. Students will be able to use linear and non-linear data structures like stacks, queues , linked list etc.

 

THIRD YEAR

DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (RCS-501)

  1. Students will be able to explain, analyze and interpret the different issues involved in the design and implementation of database system.
  2. Students will be able to use data manipulation queries, update queries in SQL, Relational algebra, tuple and domain calculus.
  3. Students will be able to Know the necessity of schema refinement, Analyze & implementation of normal forms and able to design a small normalized database.
  4. Students will be able to explain the essential DBMS concepts such as: database security, integrity, concurrency.
  5. Students will be able to understand the essential DBMS concepts such as: concurrency protocols, Deadlock, log, checkpoints.

DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF ALGORITHM (RCS-502)

  1. Students will be able to understand and analyze asymptotic runtime complexity of algorithms including formulating recurrence relations.
  2. Students will be able to understand and compare between different data structures and pick an appropriate data structure for a design situation.
  3. Students will be able to understand, and design & analyze algorithms using divide and conquer and greedy strategy.
  4. Students will be able to understand, and design & analyze algorithms using dynamic programming, Backtracking, and Branch-and-Bound strategy.
  5. Students will be able to understand and analyze string matching and approximation algorithms.
  6. Students will be able to understand and analyze P and NP-problems.

WEB TECHNOLOGIES (NCS-E12)

  1. Students will be able to explain the fundamentals of Internet computing, web technology, client-server architecture, to develop and deploy the application using Java.
  2. Students will be able to apply basic concept of markup languages to develop web pages.
  3. Students will be able to implement client-server-based applications using socket programming.
  4. Students will be able to establish connection between database and the web application to insert, fetch and modify data upon receiving query from a user.
  5. Students will be able to build a small real time software project using server-side web technologies.

MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS (RAS-501)

  1. Students will be able to remember the concepts of managerial economics and also able to understand the law of demand  & their elasticities , evaluate & analyse these concepts and apply them in various changing situations in industry
  2. The stdents would be able to understand the law of supply & their elasticities , evaluate & analyse these concepts and apply them in various changing situations in industry . Students would be able to apply various techniques to forecast demand for better utilization of resources.
  3. The students would be able to understand the Various cost concept and how the cost output relationship changes in short run and long run and able to understand the production concept and how the production output changes with the change in inputs and able to analyse the effect of cost to business and their relation to analyze the volatility in the business world.
  4. The students would be able to understand & evaluate the different market structure and their different equilibriums for industry as well as for consumers for the survival in the industry by the application of various pricing strategic
  5. The students would be able to analyse the macroeconomic concepts & their relation to micro economic concept & how they affect the business & economy.

MICROPROCESSOR (RAS-501)

  1. To understand the basic architecture of 8085 micro-processor.
  2. To do interfacing of 8085 microprocessor with memory and I/O devices.
  3. To understand various interrupts and their applications.
  4. To demonstrate programming proficiency using the various addressing modes, using the capabilities of stack, program counter, and status register.
  5. To understand the architecture of 8086 micro-processor and various programmable peripheral interface ICs and their applications.

COMPUTER NETWORK (NCS-601)

  1. Understand computer network basics, TCP/IP, OSI reference models and able to understand digital to digital transmission, transmission
  2. Understand data link layer, LAN Protocols, Error detection & correction.
  3. Describe routing and congestion in network layer with routing algorithm and different protocols like ARP, RARP, BOOTP, DHCP etc.
  4. Creates sub-netting on the given IP address and also able to explain Classful and classless addressing.
  5. Understand Congestion control mechanism, compression and cryptography. And also understand how computers communicate with each other using application layer protocols.

COMPILER DESIGN (NCS-602)

  1. Understand the architecture of a compiler and the phases of program translation from source code to executable code and the files produced by these phases, the code generation techniques to generate target code, the storage organization used to support the run-time environment of a program. Relate finite state automata, push-down automata and their connection to language definition through regular expressions and grammars. Identify the analysis phase, similarities and differences among various parsing techniques and grammar transformation techniques.
  2. Apply the formal attributed grammars for specifying the syntax and semantics of programming languages. The several algorithms for collecting and optimizing the information using data flow analysis.
  3. Use the powerful compiler generation tools such as Lex and YACC for generating the parser. Differentiate between machine-dependent and machine-independent optimizations. Analysis of Data flow.
  4. Evaluate the Intermediate code for further optimization.
  5. Implement major parsing techniques ranging from the recursive decent methods to the computationally more intensive LR techniques that have been used in parser generator, the static semantic checking and type checking using syntax directed definition (SDD) and syntax directed translation (SDT), the global optimization using data flow analysis such as basic blocks and DAG. Generate intermediate code for common programming language constructs.

PARALLEL ALGORITHMS (NCS-063)

  1. Students will be able to explain the different kind of parallel models and need of an alternative model.
  2. Students will be able to apply the concept of cost and other parameters to measure the performance of parallel algorithms and illustrate the example of cost-optimal.
  3. Students will be able to classify which parallel sorting and merging algorithm is better under different conditions.
  4. Students will be able to select the appropriate mathematical parallel algorithm for multiplication, transpose and searching, find the roots and solve the linear equations by dividing the larger problem into smaller.
  5. Students will be able to select the appropriate graphs algorithms and solve the decision and optimization problems.

DATA WAREHOUSING & DATA MINING (NCS-066)

  1. Student able to design a data mart or data warehouse for any organization
  2. Student able to asses raw input data and preprocess it to provide suitable input for range of data mining algorithms
  3. Student able to extract association rules and classification model
  4. Student able to identify the similar objects using clustering techniques
  5. Student able to explore recent trends in data mining such as web mining, spatial-temporal mining

E-COMMERCE (NCS-068)

  1. Build an understanding of the fundamental concepts of E-Commerce System. Familiarize the student with the technical aspects of E-Commerce and E-Business environment and their relationship to each other.
  2. Understand Internet and Intranet technology on business electronic commerce, its network infrastructure, hardware, and software technologies and also Mobile commerce technologies.
  3. Identify various security issues during transaction of e-commerce and importance of firewall and its usage.
  4. Demonstrate the various encryption techniques used in communication and understand importance of virtual private network.
  5. Students are able to understand various payments modes in e-commerce system and also familiarize various business applications, e-commerce law and various ecommerce policies.

 

FOURTH YEAR

DISTRIBUTED SYSTEM (NCS-701)

  1. Students will be able to understand the basics of distributed system, event synchronization and termination detection.
  2. Students will be able to learn the exclusive access to critical section, successive factors of exclusion algorithms and basic concepts of deadlock.
  3. Students will be able to apply the concept of distributed system to implement distributed shared memory and will learn about the agreement protocols.
  4. Students will be able to apply the various algorithms for fault tolerant and recovery they will also have basic idea of commit protocols.
  5. Students will be able to build a fault tolerant distributed system including the concept of concurrency control, transaction recovery and replication.

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (NCS-702)

  1. Students will understand the concept of Artificial intelligence and classify the different types of AI agents.
  2. Students will be able to recognize and evaluate different AI search algorithms.
  3. Students will be able to formulate the necessity of knowledge representation and experiment the presence of incomplete or uncertain information.
  4. Students will be able to examine reasoning and evaluate machine learning techniques to real-world problems.
  5. Students will be able to understand the concept of pattern recognition and demonstrate the estimation methods and its application in real life problem solving.

SOFTWARE TESTING AND AUDIT (NCS-071)

  1. Understand the basic concepts of software engineering ,contrast the various testing terminologies and verification validation methods.
  2. Create and demonstrate test cases using various functional and structural testing
  3. Formulate Regression testing for preparing minimum number of test cases.
  4. Classify testing levels  , techniques and examine the test data generation.
  5. Understand object oriented concepts and applications of testing.

ANDROID OS (NCS-075)

  1. Understanding Android history, environment, development tools, Software Stack  and other competing technologies.
  2. Use the major components of Android API set to develop their own apps with existing features.
  3. Use the Java programming language to build Android apps with customized features and Multimedia.
  4. Use of internet, Wi-Fi, camera, Bluetooth and other hardware with apps
  5. Make and deploy UI-rich apps using all the major UI components with all custom touch and gesture recognition.

CRYPTOGRAPHY & NETWORK SECURITY (NIT-701)

  1. Students will be able to explain the fundamentals of cryptography, security threats, security attacks, and design a security model to detect, prevent and recover from the security attacks using stream/block cipher techniques.
  2. Students will be able to understand the concept of public key cryptography and identify the strength and weaknesses of such cryptography.
  3. Students will be able to analyze existing authentication protocols and key management.
  4. Students will be able to install file security software and e-mail security i.e. PGP, and efficiently use the code to encrypt and decrypt the messages.
  5. Students will be able to build a small software project using the cryptographic protocol. Such project provides the basic security requirements in terms of authentication, confidentiality, integrity, and non-repudiation.

ETHICAL HACKING & PREVENTION (NOE-076)

  1. Students will understand the basic concepts that interfere the startup of hacking. Also in this CO the students are able to touch the fundamentals of operating system hacking.
  2. Students will be able to understand the identification of different types network attacks and vulerabilities is done here. It also covers the important issues like staganography and physical security in terms of computer and network security.
  3. Students will be able to analyse the web attacks and corresponding defense.
  4. Students will be able to learn the concepts of reverse engineering, Email Hacking, Incident Handling & Response, Bluetooth Hacking, Mobile Phone Hacking Basic ethical hacking tools and usage of these tools in a professional environment. Legal, professional and ethical issues likely to face the domain of ethical hacking. Ethical responsibilities, professional integrity and making appropriate use of the tools and techniques associated with ethical hacking.

SOFTWARE PROJECT MANAGEMENT (NOE-077)

  1. Understand the concept of software project management , their needs, vision and objectives and framework and also evaluate the cost of projects using estimation method for real time projects.
  2. understand the concept of work breakdown structure(WBS) and their function and also create WBS for the given problem of software projects and create network diagram for project scheduling.
  3. Analysis of budget for the project and monitor the activity during project development and also understand the concept of project review.
  4. understand the concept of testing, software quality assurance and analyze the maturity of software projects using CMM model.
  5. understand the project risk and analysis of risk and apply risk controlling tool on project.

DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING (NCS-801)

  1. Students will be able to understand the fundamental concept of digital image processing.
  2. Students will be able to analyze image in the frequency domain using various transform.
  3. Students will be able to evaluate the techniques for image enhancement.
  4. Students will be able to explain the various noise models and different filtering techniques and evaluation of performance of different filters.
  5. Students will be able to understand image segmentation techniques and different morphological techniques.

PATTERN RECOGNITION  (NCS-080)

  1. Provide knowledge of models, methods and tools used to solve regression, classification, feature selection and density estimation problems.
  2. Provide knowledge of learning and adaptation in supervised modes of learning.
  3. Provide knowledge of recognition, decision making and statistical learning problems.
  4. Provide knowledge of current research topics and issues in Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning.
  5. Provide experience in conducting and presenting a literature review on research  

DATA COMPRESSION (NCS-085)

  1. Students will understand the fundamentals of Data Compression.
  2. Students will be able to understand, encode and decode different compression techniques.
  3. Students will be able to analyze, compare and implement the various compression techniques to compress the raw data.
  4. Students will be able to understand Scalar Quantization and its problem.
  5. Students will be able to understand Vector Quantization and its advantages over Scalar Quantization.

Faculty

faculty
Prof. Pradeep Pant
Designation Professor Incharge & Head
Graduation B.E
Post graduation M.Tech
Doctorate Ph.D
Teaching experience 19 Years
Email id pradeep.pant@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Algorithms, Data Compression
faculty
Dr. Ajay Kumar Singh
Designation Professor
Graduation B.E
Post graduation M.Tech
Doctorate Ph.D
Teaching experience 21 Years 5 Months
Research experience 4.5 Years (Includes Teaching)
Email id ajay.k.singh@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Software Defined Radio
faculty
Dr. Mukesh Rawat
Designation Professor
Graduation B.Tech 
Post graduation M.Tech
Doctorate Ph.D
Teaching experience 16 years
Industrial experience 3 Years
Email id mukesh.rawat@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Information Retrieval, search engine, web technology
faculty
Dr. Ankur Garg
Designation Professor
Graduation B.E. 
Post graduation M.TECH 
Doctorate P.hd.
Teaching experience 16 Years 5 Months
Industrial experience 1 Year
Email id ankur.garg@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Data Structures, Database, Operating System, Image Processing
faculty
Dr. Neelam Shrivastava
Designation Professor
Graduation B.E
Post graduation M.Tech
Doctorate Ph.D
Teaching experience 17 years
Industrial experience 04 years
Email id neelam.shrivastava@miet.ac.in
Area of interest SAP/ERP
faculty
Dr. M. S. SATISH BABU
Designation Professor
Graduation B.E
Post graduation M.E
Doctorate Ph.D
Teaching experience 27 Years
Research experience -
Email id satish.babu@miet.ac.in
Area of interest DATA BASE AND SCIENCES
faculty
Mr. Sunil Kumar
Designation Associate Professor
Graduation B.Tech.
Post graduation M.Tech.
Doctorate PhD* 
Teaching experience 17 Years
Email id sunil.kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Computer Networks, Wireless Networks and Cryptography & Network Security, Data Structures
faculty
Dr. Vimal Kumar
Designation Associate Professor & M.Tech (Co-ordinator)
Graduation B.Tech. 
Post graduation M.Tech.
Doctorate PhD
Teaching experience 9 Years
Email id vimal.kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Computer Network, Cryptography & Network Security
faculty
Mr. Nagresh Kumar
Designation Associate Professor
Graduation B.Tech.
Post graduation M.Tech.
Doctorate PhD* 
Teaching experience 14 Years
Email id nagresh.kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Cloud Computing, Computer Network
faculty
Mr. Vinod Kumar
Designation Associate Professor
Graduation B.Tech. 
Post graduation M.Tech.
Doctorate PhD*
Teaching experience 15 Years
Email id vinod.kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest THEORETICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE
faculty
Mr.MD IQBAL
Designation Associate Professor
Graduation B.Tech(CSE)
Post graduation M.Tech(CSE)
Doctorate Ph.D.*
Teaching experience 14 Years 02 Months
Industrial experience 05 Months
Email id md.iqbal@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Data Structure, Python Programming Language,Operating System, Java
faculty
Dr. Harish Kumar
Designation Associate Professor
Graduation B.Sc
Post graduation M.Tech
Doctorate Ph.D
Teaching experience 16 years
Industry experience 1 year
Email id harish.taluja@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Neural Network and Data Mining
faculty
Dr. Vinesh Kumar
Designation Associate Professor
Graduation B.Sc
Post graduation MCA ,M.Tech
Doctorate Ph.D
Teaching experience 16.5 years
Email id Vinesh.kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Information Retrieval/ML
faculty
Dr. Rajesh Kumar Singh
Designation Associate Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Doctorate Ph.D
Teaching experience 13.8 years
Email id Rajesh.singh@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Theory of  Automata,Compiler Design & Algorithms
faculty
Ms. Nidhi Chaudhary
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech 
Post graduation M.E. 
Teaching experience 7 Years
Email id Nidhi.chaudhary@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Cloud Computing, Algorithm analysis, Data Structures
faculty
Ms. Anuradha Taluja
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech(IT)
Doctorate

 Ph.D(CSE)*

Teaching experience 9 years
Industry experience 1 years
Email id Anuradha.taluja@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Machine Learning, Operating System, Computer Networks ,Data Analytics 
faculty
Mrs. Mariya Khurshid
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech 
Post graduation M.E*
Teaching experience 9 years
Email id mariya.khurshid@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Data Mining, Software Engineering, Soft Computing
faculty
Mr. Shailendra Kumar Singh
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech 
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 5.6 years
Industrial experience 6 Months
Email id shailendra.singh@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Information Retrieval, Distributed System, Cryptography
faculty
Mr. Davesh Singh Som
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B. Tech
Post graduation M.Tech 
Teaching experience 8.5 Years
Industrial experience 1.5 Years
Email id davesh.som@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Computer networks, Software engineering, Cyber security
faculty
Mrs. Ravinder Kaur
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B. Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 5 years 6 Months
Industrial experience 1 year
Email id ravinder.kaur@miet.ac.in
Area of interest : Data structure, DBMS, Software Engineering
faculty
Mr. Rohit Aggarwal
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech 
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 10.5 Years
Industrial experience 3.3 Years
Email id rohit.aggarwal@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Cloud Computing, Software Testing
faculty
Mr. Vishal Jayaswal
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 8.6 Years
Email id vishal.jayaswal@miet.ac.in
Area of interest COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE,COMPUTER NETWORK
faculty
Ms. Prerna
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech 
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 5.5 years
Email id prerna.chaudhary@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Web Technology, Data Structures, Networking
faculty
Mr. Raghuraj Singh
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech. 
Post graduation M.Tech 
Teaching experience 14.7 Yrs
Email id raghuraj.singh@miet.ac.in
Area of interest DIP, Graphics, Theory of Automata, Compiler Design
faculty
Ms. Deepika Gupta
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (CSE)
Post graduation M.Tech (CSE)
Teaching experience 4.5 Years
Email id deepika.gupta@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Networking, Neural Network
faculty
Ms. Anjali Sharma
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech 
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 2.7 Years
Email id anjali.sharma@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Image Processing, Algorithms
faculty
Ms. Pragya Gaur
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech 
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 7.5 Years
Email id pragya.gaur@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Data Structure, Compiler Design
faculty
Mr. Abhishek Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.TECH
Teaching experience 5.6 Year
Industrial experience 1 Year
Email id abhishek.kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Software testing, Web Service, SOA
faculty
Mohit Singh
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (C.S.E)
Post graduation M.Tech (C.S.E)
Teaching experience 6 years
Email id mohit.singh@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Artificial Intelligence, P.R
faculty
Mr. Vivek Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech. 
Post graduation M.Tech.
Teaching experience 13 YEARS
Email id vivek.kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest DAA, COMPILER DESIGN, AUTOMATA
faculty
Ms. Surbhi Jain
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.TECH
Post graduation M.TECH
Teaching experience 5.5 Years
Email id surbhi.jain@miet.ac.in
Area of interest DAA, CRYPTOGRAPHY, DIP
faculty
Mr. Varun Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.E 
Post graduation M.TECH 
Teaching experience 16.5 Years
Research experience 1 Years
Email id varun.kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Digital Logic Design, Computer Organization,Automata Theory and computer graphics
faculty
Ms. Priyanka Bhardwaj
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech 
Post graduation M.Tech.
Teaching experience 9 Years
Email id priyanka.bhardwaj@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Operating system, Artificial Intelligence, DBMS
faculty
Ms. Nidhi Tawra
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 2.5 years
Email id nidhi.tawra@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Operating System, Java, DBMS, Web Tech
faculty
Mr. Punit Mittal
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech 
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 9.5  Years
Email id punit.mittal@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Robotics, Task allocation in MRTA
faculty
Mr. Manoj Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech.
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 10 yrs.
Email id manoj.patel@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Compiler Design,Automata,DBMS, 1 research papers IEEE.
faculty
Ms. Divya Rathi
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 6.4 Years
Industrial experience 8 Months
Email id divya.rathi@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Cryptography and Networks Security, Computer Networks, DBMS
faculty
Ms. Bhawna Gupta
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech.
Post graduation M.Tech.
Teaching experience 2.5 years
Email id bhawna.gupta@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Webtech, DBMS, Web Algorithms
faculty
Mrs. Shivani Rohilla
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech 
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 5.5 Years
Email id shivani.rohilla@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Data Mining, Cloud Computing, Web Technology, Data Structures
faculty
Mr. Abhishek Kr Shukla
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech.
Post graduation M.Tech.
Teaching experience 12.5 Years
Industrial experience 1.5 Years
Email id abhishek.shula@miet.ac.in
Area of interest C, Java, Web Tech, Computer Networks
faculty
Mr. Baldivya Mitra
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 1.5 years
Email id baldivya.mitra@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Machine Learning, Computer Vision & Image Processing, Data Structure, DBMA
faculty
Arpesh Singh
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech (Cyber Security)
Teaching experience 1.5 years
Email id arpesh.singh@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Cyber Security, Cryptography 
faculty
Mr. Sanjay Kumar Sonker
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 9.5 years
Email id sanjay.sonker@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Computer Network, Computer Architecture
faculty
Mr. Pradeep Chauhan
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech 
Teaching experience 14 years
Email id pradeep.chauhan@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Theory of automata, C programming, Data Structure
faculty
Mrs. Gunjan Sharma
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech 
Teaching experience 1 year
Research experience 6 months
Email id gunjan.sharma@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Software Engineering, SPM
faculty
Mr. Vijay Kumar Sharma
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech 
Teaching experience 3.5 year
Email id vijay.sharma@miet.ac.in
Area of interest OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING, DATABASE,OPERATING SYSTEM
faculty
Ms. Bhawana Ghildiyal
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Email id bhavnaghildiyal412@gmail.com
Area of interest Computer Network, DBMS, C Programming
faculty
Ms. Sonika Jalhotra
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching Experience 09 years
Email id sonika.jalhotra@gmail.com
Area of interest DBMS
faculty
Pratik Shrivastava
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.E
Post graduation M.Tech (Hons.)
Doctorate Ph.D (Pursuing)
Teaching experience 7 years
Email id pratik.shrivatava@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Real Time Distributed Database Management Systems, Replication Technique, Cryptography
faculty
Anchal Choudhary
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 1.5 years
Email id anchal.choudhary@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Data structures, Python
faculty
Suraj Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 0.3 year
Email id suraj.kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Deep learning, Machine Learning, AI
faculty
Umang Rastogi
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 10 years
Email id umang.rastogi@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Networking
faculty
Abhist Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 0.3 year
Email id Abhist.Kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest ADA,Data Structures
faculty
Simarpreet Kaur
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 6 years
Email id simarpree.kaur@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Software Engineering, Compiler, DAA
faculty
Rahul Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 2.6 years
Email id Rahul.Kumar.cs@miet.ac.in
Area of interest ADA,DBMS,ML
faculty
Swati Jain
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 8 years
Email id swati.jain@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Databases, Java
faculty
Ms. Manisha koranga
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Doctorate Ph.D.
Teaching experience 15 years
Email id manisha.koranga@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Machine Learning, Operating System, Computer Networks ,Data Analytics 
faculty
Kuntal Chowdhury
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.E
Post graduation M.Tech
Doctorate                             Ph.D(Thesis Submission Applied)
Teaching experience 12 years
Email id kuntal.chowdhury@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Theory of Computation,Clustering , Classification ,Image Processing
faculty
Aditi Joshi
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 2 years
Email id aditi.joshi@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Cloud Computing
faculty
Vishal Choudhary
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (C.S.E)
Post graduation M.Tech(C.S.E)
Teaching experience 0.1 year
Email id
Area of interest DAA, DS, CN
faculty
Shivani Trivedi
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 0 years
Email id shivani.trivedi@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Machine Learning, Operating System, Computer Networks ,Data Analytics 

 

Laboratories

Second Year

Data Structure  (RCS-355)

After the course, students should be able to:

1: Know the basic concepts of Function, Array and Link-list.

2: Analyze algorithms and algorithm correctness

3:Analyze space and time efficiency of  searching and sorting techniques.

4: Describe stack, queue and linked list operation.

5: Implement tree and graphs concepts.

Discrete structure & Theory of logic (RCS-351)

After the course, students should be able to:

1: Basic concept of python program related to data types, operation, and loop.

2: Basic concept of various set operation (union, intersession, power-set)  

3: Various set operation. Is the given relation is reflexive, symmetric, transitive.   

4: the concept of various number systems.

5: the concept of Various Boolean expressions

Computer Organization Lab(RCS-352)

After the course, students should be able to:

1: Understand basic structure of computer.

2: Perform computer arithmetic operations.

3: Understand control unit operations.

4:Design memory organization that uses banks for different word size operations.

5:Understand the concept of cache mapping techniques.

6:Understand the concept of I/O organization

Discrete structure & Theory of Logic (RCS-351)

After the course, students should be able to:

1: Understand the notion of mathematical thinking, mathematical proofs and algorithmic thinking and be able to apply them in problem solving.

2: Understand the basics of discrete mathematics and be able to apply the methods from these subjects in problem solving by implementing them.

3: Be able to use effectively algebraic techniques to analyze basic discrete structures and algorithms.

4: Understand asymptotic notation, its significance, and be able to use it to analyze asymptotic performance for some basic algorithmic examples.

5: Understand some basic properties of group theory, algebra, counting principle and related discrete structures, and be able to relate these to practical examples.

Python Lab (RCS-454)

1: To understand usages of python and learning elementary steps of python

2: To understand use of iterative statements &Decision making statements. to understand string manipulation functions &listing concepts.

3: To understand use of Array and Functions for various purpose

4: To understand building structural records, searching concepts of data, organizing data, and recursive techniques.

5: To understand the concepts of class builing, instance creation and usintg methods of instances.

6: To learn drawing objects of different shapes, multiple object creation, handling their movements &designing them

7: To understand use of NumPy arrays, accessing data in NumPy, Fuctions of NumPy, Mathematical operations using NumPy

8:To understand and implement concepts of Data science and using their industrial applications

Theory of Computation Lab (RCS-453)

1: After completing the course student are able to develop the concept of Finite Automata and Regular Expression

2: After completing the course student are able to illustrate the design of Context Free Grammar for any language set

3: After completing the course student are able to demonstrate the push down automaton model for the given language

4: After completing the course student are able to make use of Turing machine concept to solve the simple problems

5: After completing the course student are able to explain decidability or undesirability of various problems.

OS Lab (RCS-451)

1: Understand and implement basic services and functionalities of the operating system Using system calls.

2: Analyze and simulate CPU Scheduling Algorithms like FCFS, Round Robin, SJF and Priority.

3: Implement memory management schemes and page replacement schemes.

4: Simulate file allocation and organization techniques.

5: Understand the concepts of deadlock in operating systems and implement them in multiprogramming system.

 

Third Year

DBMS Lab (RCS-551)

After the course, students should be able to:

1: Infer database language commands to create & implement the database.

2: Analyze the database using queries to retrieve records from the database.

3: Applying PL/SQL for processing database.

4: Develop solutions using database concepts for real requirements.

DAA Lab (RCS-552)

Upon completion, students will be able to

1: Implementation of various data structures for efficient memory use.

2: Identify the problem given and design the algorithm using various algorithm design techniques.

3: Implement various algorithms in a high level language.

4: Analyze the performance of various algorithms.

5: Compare the performance of different algorithms for same problem.

 Principle of Programming Language (RCS-553)

After the course, students should be able to:

1: To learn basic of different of programming

2: To understand the syntax and building block of the Meta Language (ML)

3: To learn to solve and problem using Meta Language (ML)

4: To compile and debug a Meta Language (ML) program

5:To sort the number by using different algorithms Using ML

Web Technology (RCS-554)

1: Students are able to develop a dynamic webpage by the use of java script and DHTML

2: Students will be able to write a well formed / valid XML document.

3: Students will be able to connect a java program to a DBMS and perform insert, update and delete operations on DBMS table.

4: Students will be able to write a server side java application called Servlet to catch form data sent from client, process it and store it on database.

5: Students will be able to write a server side java application called JSP to catch form data sent from client and store it on database

Computer Network  (NCS-651)

1: Understand computer network basics, network architecture, and TCP/IP and OSI reference models.

2: Identify and understand various techniques and modes of transmission. Describe data link protocols, multi-channel access protocols and IEEE 802 standards for LAN

3: Describe routing and congestion in network layer with routing algorithms and classify IPV4 addressing scheme

4: Discuss the elements and protocols of transport layer

5: Understand different connecting devices

6: Understand connectivity of workstation to the Internet

7: Understand actual data transfer between stations  

Software Engineering Lab (NCS652)

1: Prepare a SRS document in line with the IEEE standards and Draw the activity diagram.  

2: Classify them as weak and strong classes and draw the class diagram.

3: Draw the sequence diagram for any two scenarios.

4: Draw the collaboration diagram.

5: Draw the state chart diagram.

6: Draw the component diagram.

Compiler Design (NCS-653)

After the course, students should be able to:

1: Understand and define the role of lexical analyzer, use of regular expression and transition diagrams.

2: Understand and use Context free grammar, and parse tree construction.

3:  Learn & use the new tools and technologies used for designing a compiler.

4:  Develop program for solving parser problems.

5: Learn how to write programs that execute faster.

Python Lab

After the course, students should be able to:

1: Develop a basic understanding of Python programming language and can implement a given algorithm as computer program (in Python)

2: Understanding of the built-in objects of Python.

3: Understand and apply the built-in data structures of Python like list, tuples, sets, dictionary etc.

4: Describe and apply object-oriented programming methodology.

5: Design graphics in python using Turtle module.

6: Design GUI applications in Python using T kinder module.

 

Fourth year

Distributed System Lab(NCS-751)

1: Students will be able to understand the basics of distributed system ,event synchronization and termination detection.

2: Students will be able to learn the exclusive access to critical section ,successive factor of exclusion algorithms and basic concepts of deadlock.

3: Students will be able to apply the concept of distributed system to implement distributed shared memory and will learn about the agreement protocols.

4: Students will be able to apply the various algorithm for fault tolerant and recovery they will have basic idea of commit protocols.

5: Students will be able to build a fault tolerant Distributed system including the concept of concurrency control, transaction recovery and replication.

Project Lab (NCS 752)

Upon completion, students will be able to

  1. Formulate a real world problem and develop its requirements.
  2. Develop a design solution for a set of requirements.
  3. Test and validate the conformance of the developed prototype against the original requirements of the problem.
  4. Work as a responsible member and possibly a leader of a team in developing software solutions .
  5. Express technical and behavioural ideas and thought in oral settings.
  6. Participate in and possibly moderate, discussions that lead to making decisions.
  7. Express technical ideas, strategies and methodologies in written form.
  8. Prepare and conduct oral presentations.
  9. Self learn new tools, algorithms, and/or techniques that contribute to the software solution of the project.
  10. Generate alternative solutions, compare them and select the optimum one.

Achievements

Session : 2019-20

  • Vartit Garg  winner of the AGBA Aegis Graham Bell Award 2019 .
  • Yash Swaroop from BTECH CSE VI sem won cash reward Rs 10000 from AIRTEL PRIVATE BUG BOUNTY EVENT
  • We are glad to inform you that MIET got State Level Top 10 percent college price( In the form of Certificate) from AMCAT on 22/01/2020. Our 8 Students are also rewarded from AMCAT for More than 650 Average Score in AMCAT Assessment that is conducted on Odd Sem 2019-20 at College Level. view Gallery
  • Nancy Rastogi (CS 3rd Year),Hardik Rastogi (ME 2nd Year),Abhinav Chauhan (ME 2nd Year),Mayank Jain( ME 2nd Year), win first prize in Robo Soccer at Sri Mata Vaishno Devi University ,Katra

Session : 2018-19

  • Ajay Kumar Singh, Professor, CSE Department , Conference Chair ICFCCT-2019 organized by Department of Computer Sc. & Engg, Meerut Institute of Engineering and Technology, Meerut
  • Ajay Kumar Singh, Professor, CSE Department, IBM Academic Certificate exam for Artificial Intelligence Analyst 2019 Mastery Award
  • Ankur Garg, Professor, CSE Department, Convener of 2nd International Conference on "Future Communication & Computing Technology-2019
  • Vimal Kumar, Associate Professor CSE Department Session Chair from International Conference on Information Technology and Management for the Sustainable Development (ICITMSD-2019)
  • Vimal Kumar, Conference Chair ICFCCT-2019 organized by Department of Computer Sc. & Engg, Meerut Institute of Engineering and Technology, Meerut
  • Mukesk Rawat, Professor CSE Department, Keynote Speaker in International Conference on Information Technology and Management for the Sustainable Development (ICITMSD-2019)
  • Nagresh Kumar, Associate Professor CSE Department, Conference Co-Chair ICFCCT-2018 organized by Department of Computer Sc. & Engg, Meerut Institute of Engineering and Technology, Meerut
  • Shivani Rohilla, Assistant Professsor, CSE Department was Invited Speaker, Session Chair, Publicity Chair in 4th IEEE ICCCS-2019 at University of Tor Vergata, Rome- Italy
  • Shivani Rohilla, Assistant Professsor, CSE Department Session Chair in 5th IEEE ICACCE-2019 at BIT, Coimbatore- Tamil Nadu
  • Shivani Rohilla, Assistant Professsor, CSE Department, Session Chair in 1st Springer ICACCT-2019 at NIT Kurukshetra, Haryana
  • Shivani Rohilla, Assistant Professsor, CSE Department, Guest speaker on the topic "IEEE Publishing Ethics" in 5th ICACCE-19 at Coimbatore, T.N., India
  • Shivani Rohilla, Assistant Professsor, CSE Department, 3rd IEEE ICBDCI-2020 technically sponsored by Springer at MIET, Meerut
  • Shivani Rohilla, Assistant Professsor, CSE Department, Publicity Chair in 2nd IEEE ICBDCI-2019 at Mauritius, Africa
  • Arpesh Assistant Professsor, CSE Department, Session chair ICFCCT-2019 organized by Department of Computer Sc. & Engg, Meerut Institute of Engineering and Technology, Meerut
  • Baldivya Mitra gets IBM Artificial Intelligence Mastery Award 2019
  • Nagresh Kumar Associate Professsor, CSE Department, AWS Cloud Practitionar Certified, 2019
  • Arpesh Assistant Professsor, CSE Department, AWS Cloud Practitionar Certified, 2019
  • Pragya Gaur Assistant Professsor, CSE Department, AWS Cloud Practitionar Certified, 2019
  • Anjali Sharma, Assistant Professsor, CSE Department, AWS Cloud Practitionar Certified, 2019
  • Surbhi Jain, Assistant Professsor, CSE Department, AWS Cloud Practitionar Certified, 2019
  • Bhawna Gupta, Assistant Professsor, CSE Department, AWS Cloud Practitionar Certified, 2019
  • Nidhi Tawra, Assistant Professsor, CSE Department, AWS Cloud Practitionar Certified
  • Arun Pundir and Aman Jain won Gold in Coding at AKTU Technical, Management and Literacy Fest 2019
  • Sanyam Arora, Luv Sethi, Shivansh Sharma and Jatin Vishnoi won Gold medal in Robo race at AKTU Technical, Management and Literacy Fest 2019
  • Mimansa Mahajan won Gold in Just a Minute Event at AKTU Technical, Management and Literacy Fest 2019
  • Mimansa Mahajan and Shubham Vats won Gold in English Debate Event at AKTU Technical, Management and Literacy Fest 2019
  • Vivek Joshi and Samarth Anand won Silver prize in Technical Poster making at AKTU Technical, Management and Literacy Fest 2019
  • Hardik rastogi, Nancy Rastogi and Ashwariya Sharma won silver prize in Frugal Event at AKTU Technical, Management and Literacy Fest 2019
  • Sanyam Arora, Luv Sethi, Saumya Sachdeva and Gaurav Pal got Bronze medal in Robo War at AKTU Technical, Management and Literacy Fest 2019
  • Mimansa Mahajan won Bronze medal in Elocution at AKTU Technical, Management and Literacy Fest 2019
  • Arun Pundir, Aman Jain, Mimansa Mahajan and Vivek Joshi won Bronze medal in Dumb Charades at AKTU Technical, Management and Literacy Fest 2019
  • Kartik Arya won Bronze medal in Bridge Kriti at AKTU Technical, Management and Literacy Fest 2019
  • Aviral Agarwal, MIET Alumni is globally recognized for activities in Salesforce (Cloud CRM), and is currently working in Dazework, and is also student’s group mentor of MIET.
  • Saurabh Sharma and Raghav Sharda and many more are placed in several companies (Dazeworks, MTX, Nagarro and Pegasys) .
  • Shivam Singhal, Sambhav Jain are one of few students who are certified through Amazon Web Services for Cloud Computing.
  • Lakshay guglani, Mayank jindal, Gunjali Moorjani, Nikita, Neha, Mansi Mishra won 1st Prize (50,000/-) in Smart India Hackathon ‘19 
  • The Anonymous Koders 2 team head by Sahitya Kumar CSE final year student, won RS 10000/- cash prize at Smart India Hackthon 2018 at P.I.E.T PANIPAT.
  • Pass out Student Ravin Kumar has developed his own copyrighted Programming language Embrace for A.I.
  • The Anonymous Koders 2 team head by Sahitya Kumar CSE final year student, won RS 10000/- cash prize at Smart India Hackthon 2018 at P.I.E.T PANIPAT.

Session : 2017-18

  • Ajay Kumar Singh, Professor, CSE Department, Conference Co-Chair ICFCCT-2018 organized by Department of Computer Sc. & Engg, Meerut Institute of Engineering and Technology, Meerut
  • Vimal Kumar, Associate Professor CSE Department, Conference Co-Chair ICFCCT-2018 organized by Department of Computer Sc. & Engg, Meerut Institute of Engineering and Technology, Meerut
  • Vimal Kumar, Associate Professor CSE Department, IBM Academic Certificate exam for Security Intelligence Engineer 2018 Mastery Award for Students
  • Mukesk Rawat, Professor CSE Department, Conference Co-Chair ICFCCT-2018 organized by Department of Computer Sc. & Engg, Meerut Institute of Engineering and Technology, Meerut
  • Gaurav Goswami CSE 2nd year 4th sem participated in Techwiz in Vidya College of Engineering and won 1st prize in 2017
  • Varit Garg CSE 2nd year 4th sem participated in Techwiz in Vidya College of Engineering and won 1st prize in 2017
  • Arushi jaitley CSE 2nd year 4th sem participated in Foxtrot (Solo) and stood 2nd.
  • Pallavi Rani CSE 2nd year 4th sem participated in shankhnaad-hop till you drop dancing(duet) in Kolhaal 2017 and won 2nd
  • Aditya Sachdeva, 2nd year 4th sem participated in Bob, IIT Roorkee Thomso and stood second in 2018.
  • Aditya Sachdeva, 2nd year 4th sem participated in AKTU Cultural State Level in IET and stood 3rd in 2018.
  • Aditya Sachdeva, 2nd year 4th sem participated in AKTU Cultural State Level in IET and stood 3rd in 2018.
  • Aditya Sachdeva, 2nd year 4th sem participated in AKTU Cultural Zonal level, at JP Institute and stood 1st in 2018.
  • Aman Singh, 2nd year 4th sem participated in Kolahaal 2018,Foxtrot ,Solo and stood 3rd.
  • Naman Chikara 2nd year 4th sem stood 3rd in codezilla 2018
  • Mohd Wael, 2nd year 4th sem participated in NCR's Mega Quiz Competition and scored second rank.
  • Prachi Gupta 2nd year 4th sem participated in Endura (carom) and secured second position.
  • Riddhi Jain 2nd year 4th sem participated in Group Dance Competition on stood 2nd.
  • Kunal Yadav gets AWS Solution architect certified in 2018.
  • Vidhushi Singh 3rd year participated in 4*100 m relay (zonal) at IIMT and stood
  • Vidhushi Singh 3rd year participated in basketball(zonal) at BBDNITM(lucknow), and stood 1st.
  • Vidhushi Singh 3rd year participated in rangmanch (kolahal) at MIET and stood 1st.
  • Kanika Gupta 3rd year 6th sem participated in Castle Making and Organising a event in Kolahal and secured 1st position.
  • Amit Kumar Prajapati 3rd year 6th sem student participated in Nukkad Natak in Kolaahal 2018 and got 3rd position.
  • Amit Kumar Prajapati 3rd year 6th sem student participated Eco-cart Series at GBU Greater Nodia and got all India rank as 3
  • Amit Kumar Prajapati 3rd year 6th sem student participated Hackathon Hardware and got rank as 2
  • Krati Misra 3rd year CSE department participated in Glitz Elomime and stood Second.
  • Harshita Sharma 3rd year CSE department participated in Glitz Elomime and stood Second.
  • Isha Swami 3rd year CSE department participated in Glitz Elomime and stood Second.
  • Risabh Sharma participated in zonal level skit competition(2018) at Noida and secured 1st position.
  • Rishav Srivastava AKTU startup parikarma edition8 winner in2018.
  • Sagun Malik is two times StageCraft winner.

Session : 2016-17

  • Kajal Kumari, CSE 2nd year, 3rd sem participated in NCR'S mega quiz competition, won consolation prize
  • Rahul Tyagi, CSE 2nd year, 3rd sem participated in RANGOTSAV(tatoo making) and stood second in Kolahal 2016
  • Rahul Tyagi, CSE 2nd year, 3rd sem participated in SHANKNAD(curtain raiser) and stood second in Kolahal 2016
  • Bhavya jain, CSE 2nd year, 3rd sem participated in rangotsav (poster making) and stood second in Kolahal 2016
  • Aditya Sachdeva, CSE 2nd year 4th Sem participated in Bob, IIT Roorkee Thomso, IIT and stood 2nd
  • Aditya Sachdeva, CSE 2nd year 4th Sem participated in AKTU Cultural State Level, IET and stood 3rd
  • Aditya Sachdeva, CSE 2nd year 4th Sem participated in AKTU Cultural Zonal level JP institute and stood 1st
  • Aditya Sachdeva, CSE 2nd year 4th Sem participated in AKTU Sports Zonal Level IIMT and stood 1st
  • Neha Gupta, CSE 2nd year, 4th Sem participated in literathon at MIET and stood 3rd.
  • (MEERUT) and stood 1st in 2017
  • Rohan Singh Gusain, CSE 2nd year 4th sem, participated in KNMIET (MODINAGAR) and stood 1st in 2017
  • Rohan Singh Gusain, CSE 2nd year 4th sem, participated Discus throw, IET (LUCKNOW)) and stood 3rd in 2017
  • Privesh Srivastav, CSE 2nd year 4th sem, Aplomb, Odyssey event, Miet and stood 2nd.
  • Privesh Srivastav, CSE 2nd year 4th sem, Boomerang excappeare, Odyssey event, Miet and stood 2nd.
  • Privesh Srivastav, CSE 2nd year 4th sem Himoji, Sanskriti event, Miet and stood 3rd.
  • Umang Arora, CSE 2nd year 4 sem won second prize in Verbotten, at MIET in 2016
  • GARVITA GOEL 3rd year 6th sem participated in Baja se India at Bangalore and stood 2nd in 2016.
  • Sholi Jindal secured 2nd rank in Literary event-Flip flop by Odyessy 2016
  • Sholi Jindal secured 1st rank in Makeathon event IIT Ropar 2017

AKTU Technical Management and Literary Fest-2019 (State), AKTU, Lucknow

S. No Activity Student Name Branch Roll No. Prize
1 Coding Contest Aman Jain, Arun Pundir CS 1706810041, 1706810071 GOLD
2 Just a minute Mimansa Mahajan CS 1806810183 SILVER
3 Robo Race Sanyam Arora,Luv Sethi CS 1706810246, 1706810151 SILVER

zonal

S. No Activity Student Name Branch Roll No. Prize
1 Coding Contest Aman Jain CS 1706810041 GOLD
Arun Pundir CS 1706810071
Nancy Rastogi CS 1706810175
Anishrawa Sharma CS 1706810048
2 Just a minute Mimansa Mahajan CS 1806810183 GOLD
3 Robo Race Sanyam Arora CS 1706810246 GOLD
Luv Sethi CS 1706810151
4 Robo War Sanyam Arora CS 1706810246 BRONZE
Luv Sethi CS 1706810151
5 Technical Poster Vivek Joshi CS 1806810373 SILVER
Samarth CS 1806810280
6 Debate Mimansa Mahajan CS 1806810183 GOLD
Subham Vats CS 1806810315
7 Elocution Mimansa Mahajan CS 1806810183 BRONZE
8 Dumb Charades Arun Pundir CS 1706810071 BRONZE
Aman Jain CS 1706810041
Mimansa Mahajan CS 1806810183
Vivek Joshi CS 1806810373
Akansha Singh (M.tech CSE) and Priyanka Singh (Mtech CSE) batch: 2016 got selected in CSIR (COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC & INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH) Chandigarh for Dissertation (Research) work. View Details
Prachi Jain (2014-18) gets appreciation from her hard work during Internship View Details
Nitin Verma (2014-18) gets appreciation from his hard work during Internship View Details

Students qualified in GATE Exam

Session 2014 View Details
Session 2012 View Details

Student’s other achievements

  1. A Research Paper was published in International journal of current engineering and Scientific Research (IJCESR) Abhodya Sidhartha the guidance of Ms. Nitisha Payal in 2015.
  2. For Mobile Application Contest, Team Avengers Second & Third Position in Mobicom 2015 Contest Organized by MIET Group Of Institutions at MIET Campus, on March 14th 2015.
  3. Mr. Anmol , Mr. Sarthak and Mr Tapan is Certified MASTRO in Ethical Hacking at IIT Delhi.
  4. AVENGERS: ANMOL GOEL, AAKASH TYAGI , ANANT KUMAR created TRANSPORT MOBILE APPLICATION for college in 2015.
  5. Basant of CSE III is a University Rank Holder.
  6. Shray Verma of CSE V Sem is RedHat Linux Certified.
  7. 13 Team cleared First Round of Code Vita.
  8. 04 teams cleared Second Round of code Vita
  9. Mr. Kaushal is OCJP Certified.
  10. A Project Entitled “VIANO” Mr. Ankit Saxena, Mr. Ankur Chakravorty, Mr. Dushyant Singh Chauhan And Mr. Abhinav Verma under the guidance of Mr Ankur Garg, Winner in Motorola Scholar Award Program for Year 2013-14, at FAER Bangalore, on June 26th 2014
  11. Our Students Mr. Rishabh, Mr. Rajat Anand, Mr. Rajat Goel, Mr. Rajat Agarwal, Mr. Rajat Jain, and Sarthak and Mr. Rahul Verma under the guidance of Mr Ankur Garg was Winner in Wipro Earthian 2014 Contest in Top 11 Teams of India and won the Prize of Rs. 1.5 Lakhs, Organized by Wipro At Wipro BangaloreTeam Inferno as IBM Bluemix Quiz Contest Winner, Sponsored by IBM at Technical Fest Techspradha 2014 of MIET Group Of Institutions, on September 29th 2014
  12. RAM Agarwal and Shray ( Final Year student) have cleared semi final round of TCS Code Vita and got call from Chennai for Final Round.
  13. IBM TGMC acclaimed one of our students Project. And the project was selected among best 10 projects in final round.
  14. Through Prestigious contest, Mr. Naman CS IV th sem got selected in Google Summer Program organized by Google. His Achievement was published in news paper Dainik Jagran dated 22/05/2012. Naman will find out the bottle bugs in google gaming engine crystal space.

Publications/Award

Publications/ Award Students Name/ Awards
National Level Cultural Carnival (Kavyanjali), SRM University, NCR Campus Khushboo Kansal-2nd Prize
National Level Sports Meet (ShotPut) SRMSCET, Bareilly Adhiraj Singh Yadav-1st Prize
ENDORE (Annual Festival) (SKIT) BBDIT, Ghaziabad Ankur Singhal & Vidit Bhatia Certificate of Excellence
Publications -
Technical Paper Presentation at BBDIT, Ghaziabad Amit Tomar- 2nd Prize
Technical paper Presentation at Shobhit University, Meerut Amit Tomar- 2nd Prize

Other Achievement

  1. Mahamaya Technical University (UPTU, Lucknow was converted in two separate universities GBTU, Lucknow and MTU, Noida) has approved our institute as MTU Research Center for Department of Computer Science & Engineering.
  2. MIET has been accredited by IBM and is the IBM Excellence Center
  3. We are the Mission10X Technology Learning Center of Wipro Technologies, among 25 selected centers across India. These centers are empowering faculty in different area of Computer Science, Electronics & Communication and Electrical and Electronics. This is to work on common platform to bridge the gap between institute approach and industry practices.

 

Our interaction with industries have gave us some outstanding achievements as mentioned below

  1. In an IBM Certification Test for 279 participants (Faculty & Students) for DB2 Tool; Total 275 got certification in first attempt (Faculty 56, Students 219). TGMC acclaimed for student projects in their final round. TGMC appreciated the student for the performance.
  2. Google Summer Program: Through Prestigious contest, Mr. Naman CS IV th sem got selected in Google Summer Program organized by Google and won the prize of Rs. 6 Lack. His Achievement was published in news paper Dainik Jagran dated 22/05/2012. Naman will find out the bottle bugs in google gaming engine crystal space.
  3. We are accredited centers of TCS, Wipro, IBM and many other renowned companies for placement activities. Every year more than 60% students are placed by these companies and rest are placed through off campus placement activities.

 

 

Events

As per AICTE suggestion, webcast Drug Free India movement by The Art of Living foundation on 19th Feb. 2019 under the guidance of world renowned humanitarian leader Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shanker ji to educate students on the ill effects of drug abuse and discussed prevention measures.

An International Conference on Future Computing and Communication Technology (ICFCCT-2018) was organized by Computer Science and Engineering Department in association with Life Way Tech, India, on December 22nd 2018. ICFCCT was a major Conference Organized with the objective of bringing together researchers, developers and Practitioners from academia and industry.

AICTE Funded projects or projects funded by other agencies or industry IIPC: Industry Institute Partnership Cell EDC: Entrepreneurship Development Cell

Kratikal Academy, an initiative by Kratikal Pvt Ltd., conducted a seminar on Cyber Hygiene and career opportunities in cyber security on 9th of September 2017 for Department of Computer Science And Engineering. Main focus of the seminar was Cyber Security Awareness, and a Pathway to become a Cyber Security Professional.

Seminars and workshops held in the department

Winter Training programs for Second year students:

  • Training program on Learning Web Programming (HTML, CSS, JavaScript) from 8th Jan 2019 to 12th Jan 2019.

Winter Training programs for Third year students:

  • Training program on Adobe Analytics from Dec 27th 2018 to 1st Jan 2019.
  • Training program on Core Java from Dec 27th 2018 to 1st Jan 2019.
  • Training program on IOT (Basic level) from Dec 27th 2018 to 1st Jan 2019.
  • Training program on Sales Force (Basic level) from Dec 27th 2018 to 1st Jan 2019.

Specific job works department can do for research and industry

  1. Research Paper presentation on weekly basis and encourage the students to develop research oriented projects.
  2. Conducted Workshop from Industrialist like Kyrion (Ethical Hacking), IBM, Wipro, TCS etc.

Other activities conducted by department

  1. For the student’s, department conducts online exams on C language and also conduct Aptitude Classes.
  2. Academy & Important Labs
    • Big Data and Analytics by Adobe Digital Academy
    • IBM Big Data and Analysis
    • ERP modules by SAP (University Alliance)
    • CRM support & development on Salesforce
    • RedHat Academy for infrastructure administration

Seminars, Conferences and workshops held in the department

IBM DB2, RAD for faculty & Students (In House).
CISCO
GATE (IMS)
PDP, FDP (In House)

Research Paper Published in Journal

S. No. Name of Author Title of Research Paper Name of the Journal ISSN No. Vol. & Page No. Year of Publication
(pls mention Month-Year)
1 Aarti Bisht A survey of fragile and semi fragile watermarking algorithms for image authentication International journal for Research and Development in Technology ISSN No.:23493585 vol.6,pp.62-69,Issue1 August 2016
2 Aarti Bisht A brief review on the concept and beliefs of virtual reality International journal for Research and Development in Technology ISSN No.:23493585 vol.6,pp.117-121,Issue1 August 2016
3 Aarti Sharma Robots and Robotically Assisted Surgeries International Journal of Scientific Research Engineering & Technology (IJSRET) ISSN 2278 - 0882 Volume 1 Issue 5 pp 294-298 August 2012
4 Aarti Sharma, Vinay Kumar Singhal, Akanksha Rastogi, Conflict-Free Coloring for Circular Intervals: Static and Dynamic Approach International Journal of Electrical Electronics & Computer Science Engineering - Volume 2, Issue 2 pg(7-11) April, 2015
5 Abhishek Kumar “Automatic Test Case Generation of Web Services Using Class Diagram.” International Journal of Engineering Applied Sciences and Technology, (http://ijeast.com) ISSN No. 2455-2143, Vol. 1, Issue 10, Pages 59-66, September 2016
6 Abhishek Kumar, Akhilesh Kumar Pandey and Shuchita Shukla “A Novel Framework for Reliable and Fault Tolerant Web Services.” IJRTE ISSN: 2277-3878, Volume-7
Issue-6C
September 2019
7 Abhyodaya Siddhartha, Akash Aggarwal, Nitisha Payal THE THIRD EYE: SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM International journal of current engineering and scientific
Research (IJCESR)
 
ISSN : 2393-8374 Vol 2 issue 5, pg (95-100) May 2015
8 Ajay Kumar Singh License Number Plate Recognition using Template Matching International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology (IJCTT) ISSN: 2231-2803, doi: 10.14445/
22312803/IJCTT-V35P133.
vol. 35, no. 4, pp. 175-178 5/1/2016
9 Ajay Kumar Singh Urdu Character Recognition using Neural Network International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology (IJCTT) ISSN: 2231-2803, doi: 10.14445/
22312803/IJCTT-V36P131
vol. 36, no. 4, pp. 172-175 June,2016
10 Ajay Kumar Singh Noise Invariant Content Based image retrieval using CDH International Journal of Computational Science and Engineering (IJCSE) ISSN: 2319-7323 vol. 4, no. 6, pp. 314-320 Nov - 2015
11 Ajay Kumar Singh CBIR through CDH using Query by Group International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology (IJCTT) ISSN: 2231-2803 vol. 28, no. 1, pp. 21- 27 Sept - 2015
12 Ajay Kumar Singh CBIR using Query-by-group representatives using Color Difference Histogram International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science Applications and Management Studies (IJSRCS) ISSN: 2319-1953 vol. 4, Issue. 5 Sept - 2015
13 Ajay Kumar Singh Color Difference Histogram for Feature Extraction in Video Retrieval International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering Technology (IJCSET) ISSN: 2229-3345 vol. 6, no. 11, pp. 637-642 Dec - 2015
14 Ajay Kumar Singh PAPR Reduction Techniques in OFDM System International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology (IJCTT) ISSN: 2231-2803, doi: 10.14445/
22312803/IJCTT-V31P104
vol. 31, no. 1, pp. 17- 19 Jan. 2016
15 Ajay Kumar Singh Improving Energy Efficiency of Femtocell Network with Limited Backhaul Capacity International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology (IJCTT) ISSN: 2231-2803, doi: 10.14445/
22312803/IJCTT-V34P106.
, vol. 34, no. 1, pp. 34-39 April 2016
16 Ajay Kumar Singh PAPR Reduction of OFDM signals using Tone Reservation Technique International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology (IJCTT) ISSN: 2231-2803, doi: 10.14445/
22312803/IJCTT-V38P104
vol. 38 no. 1, pp. 19-20 Aug. 2016
17 Ajay Kumar Singh Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing and its applications International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology (IJCTT) ISSN: 2231-2803, doi: 10.14445/
22312803/IJCTT-V38P105.
vol. 38 no. 1, pp. 21-23 Aug. 2016
18 Ajay Kumar Singh PAPR Reduction of OFDM signals using Selective Mapping and Partial Transmit Sequence International Journal of Computer Science Engineering and Technology (IJCSET) ISSN: 2229-3345 vol. 7, no. 8, pp. 370-373, Aug. 2016.
128 Alok Kumar, Shivani Rohilla, Manish Bhardwaj “Analysis of Cloud Computing Load Balancing Algorithms" International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering E-ISSN: 2347-2693 Vol.-7, Issue-2 Feb, 2019
148 Amit Goel “Aerosol Loadings in Association with Vegetative Properties- A Case Study Over North Indian Region Journal of Remote Sensing & GIS   Vol 6 No. 3 : 1–5p July 1905
163 Amit Goel,
Saloni Jain
Research on ArcGIS and Geographical
Information System
Journal of Software
Engineering Tools &
Technology Trends
ISSN: 2394-7292(online) Volume 2, Issue 3 October 2015
19 Amit Goel,
Shefali Singh
Aerosol Optical Depth
Variation Over European
Region During The Last
Fourteen Years
International Journal
of Engineering and
Advanced Technology™
(IJEAT)
A4303105115 Volume-5 Issue 1, October 2015
20 Anil Kumar Solanki Artificial Neural Network Approach for Student?s Behavior Analysis International Journal of Soft Computing and Engineering (IJSCE) ISSN: 2231-2307 Volume-4, Issue-1 March 2014
21 Anjali Sharma CBIR using Query-by-group representatives using Color Difference Histogram International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science Applications and Management Studies (IJSRCS) ISSN: 2319-1953 vol. 4, Issue. 5 Sept - 2015
22 Anjali Sharma Color Difference Histogram for Feature Extraction in Video Retrieval International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering Technology (IJCSET) ISSN: 2229-3345 vol. 6, no. 11, pp. 637-642 Dec - 2015
23 Anjali Sharma Noise Invariant Content Based image retrieval using CDH International Journal of Computational Science and Engineering (IJCSE) ISSN: 2319-7323 vol. 4, no. 6, pp. 314-320 Nov - 2015
24 Ankur Garg Extended Hill Cipher Encryption by using Transposed Interweaved Shifting International Journal of Mobile & Adhoc Network   Vol 4 issue 1 Feb. 2014
25 Ankur Garg Data Security using DNA & Amino Acids with Four Square Cipher Encryption International Journal of Mobile & Adhoc Network   Vol 4 issue 1 Feb. 2014
26 Ankur Kumar Shrivastava, Nitisha Payal, Abhinav Kumar, Amod Tiwari Business Contingency Planning: A Road Map to Protect Company from Unforeseen Threats International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology (IJEAT) ISSN: 2249 – 8958 Volume-1, Issue-6 August 2012
27 Anshika Nagpal, Dr. Mukesh Rawat Automatic Naming of Domain Specific Clusters for Efficient Searching International Journal of Computer Applications Pages Volume 113 – No. 7, January 2015
28 Anu Rathi, Divya Rathi, Parmanand Astya Offline handwritten Signature Verification by using Pixel based
Method
International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT) ISSN: 2278-0181 Vol. 1 Issue 7, September - 2012
29 Anuradha Taleja Analysis of File Compression Based on Amazon EC2 Cloud Platform International Journal of Soft Computing and Engineering (IJSCE) ISSN: 2231-2307 Volume-4, Issue-1 March 2014
30 Anuradha Taluja Artificial Neural Network Approach for Student?s Behavior Analysis International Journal of Soft Computing and Engineering (IJSCE) ISSN: 2231-2307 Volume-4, Issue-1 March 2014
31 Archit Rastogi Ankur Kumar Shrivastava Nitisha Payal,Ramander Singh A Proposed Solution to Travelling Salesman Problem
using Branch and Bound
International Journal of Computer Applications
 
ISSN: (0975 – 8887) Volume 65– No.5, March 2013
32 davesh singh som Reorganization of duplicate data cleaning and cluster generation for documents International Journal of Computer Science Engineering and Information Technology (IJCSIT) ISSN:0975-9646 vol. 7, no. 5, pp. 2277-2280 Oct-2016
33 Deepak Maheshwari and Ajay Kumar Singh Implementation of Remote Object Monitoring through video streaming based on bit caching Algorithm over Android Platform ”, International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology (IJERT) 71 vol. 4, Issue. 05 May - 2015
34 Deepali Gaur and Ajay Kumar Singh Analysing Energy Efficiency of Cell Selection Schemes for Femtocell Networks with Limited Backhaul Capacity International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology (IJCTT) ISSN: 2231-2803 vol. 26, no. 1, pp. 1- 5 Aug - 2015
35 Deepika Gupta,Richa singh Energy saving using optimal route for Mobile Ad hoc Networks International Journal of Advanced Technology in Engineering and Science ISSN 2348-7550 volume 3 Page 241-248 Nov - 2015
36 Divya Rathi Offline handwritten Signature Verification by using Pixel based
Method
International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT) ISSN: 2278-0181 Vol. 1 Issue 7, September 2012
37 Divya Rathi Extended Hill Cipher Encryption by using Transposed Interweaved Shifting International Journal of Mobile & Adhoc Network   Vol 4 issue 1 Feb. 2014
38 Dr. Ajay Kr. Singh Cost Minimization by QR Code Compression International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology ISSN: 2231-5381 vol. 15, pp. 157-161 September 2014
39 Dr. Ajay Kr. Singh A Secure and Optimal QR Code International Journal of Engineering Research & Management Technology ISSN: 2348-4039 vol. 1,pp. 36-43 September 2014
40 Dr. Ajay Kr. Singh QR Code implementation in Photo I-Card for Photo and Text
 Credentials Using .NET
International Journal of Computer Applications, Innovations in
 Computing and Information Technology
ISSN: 0975-8887 pp. 20-24 August 2015
41 Dr. Ajay Kr. Singh MAC Spoofing Detection Via Wireshark International Journal of
New Technology and Research
ISSN: 2454-4116 Vol. 4, pp.67-71 Mar. 2018
42 Dr. Ajay Kr. Singh Monitor Java application through an agent International Journal of Advance Research,
Ideas and Innovations in Technology
ISSN: 2454-132X  Vol. 4, pp. 1232-1238 Mar. 2018
43 Dr. Ajay Kr. Singh A Performance Evaluation of Routing Algorithms for Wireless Sensor Networks under Energy Harvesting Nodes Deployment International Journal for Research in Engineering Application & Management (IJREAM) ISSN: 2454-9150 Volume 4, Issue. 5 August 2018
44 Dr. Ajay Kr. Singh Development Cycle of Routing Protocol from Conventional to Harvesting in WSNs International Journal of Research In Electronics and Computer Engineering (IJRECE) ISSN: 2348-2281 Volume 6, Issue 3, pp. 1247 - 1251 July - September 2018
132 Dr. Ajay Kr. Singh Java Byte Code Instrumentation International Journal of Advance Research, Ideas and Innovations in Technology ISSN: 2454-132X Volume 4, Issue 2, pp. 2170 - 2190 April 2018
135 Dr. Ajay Kr. Singh ARP Spoofing Detection via Wireshark and Veracode International Journal of New Technology and Research (IJNTR) ISSN: 2454-4116 Volume 4, Issue 5, pp. 27 - 30 May 2018
141 Dr. Ajay Kr. Singh TCP Packet Eavesdrop Using Wireshark International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE) ISSN: 2277-3878 Vol. 7,  pp. 24-28,Issue 6C  
147 Dr. Ajay Kr. Singh A Survey on Applications, Communication Stack and Energy Consumptions in WSNs International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE) ISSN: 2277-3878 Volume 7, Issue-6C, pp. 159-166 April 2019
157 Dr. Ajay Kr. Singh A Survey on Applications, Communication Stack and Energy Consumptions in WSNs       July - 1905
158 Dr. Ajay Kr. Singh A Performance Evaluation of Routing Algorithms for Wireless Sensor Networks under Energy Harvesting Nodes Deployment”, International Journal for Research in Engineering Application & Management (IJREAM) International Journal for Research in Engineering Application & Management (IJREAM),  ISSN: 2454-9150 vol. 4, Issue. 5 Aug 2018.
45 Dr. Ajay Kr. Singh Development Cycle of Routing Protocol from Conventional to Harvesting in WSNs   ISSN: 2348-2281 vol. 6, Issue 3, pp. 1247 - 1251 July - September 2018.
46 Dr. Ajay Kr. Singh TCP Packets Analysis Using Wireshark        
47 Dr. Ajay Singh Yadav,Dr. Kusum Gupta, Mr. Ankur Garg , Ms. Anupam Swami A Two Warehouse Inventory Model for
 Deteriorating Items with Shortages under Genetic Algorithm and PSO
nternational Journal of Emerging Trends & Technology in Computer Science (IJETTCS) ISSN 2278-6856 Volume 4, Issue 5(2), October - 2015
48 Dr. Kusum Gupta , Dr. Ajay Singh Yadav , Mr. Ankur Garg ,Ms. Anupam Swami A Binary Multi-Objective Genetic Algorithm &
 PSO involving Supply Chain Inventory Optimization with Shortages, inflation
International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management (IJAIEM) ISSN 2319 - 4847 Volume 4, Issue 8, August 2015 Aug - 2015
49 Dr. Kusum Gupta , Dr. Ajay Singh Yadav , Mr. Ankur Garg ,Ms. Anupam Swami Fuzzy-Genetic Algorithm based inventory model for shortages and inflation under hybrid & PSO IOSR Journal of Computer Engineering (IOSR-JCE) ISSN: 2278-8727 Volume 17, Issue 5, Ver. I (Sep. – Oct. 2015), PP 61-67 (Sep. – Oct. 2015)
50 Dr. Mukesh Rawat An Improved Extraction Algorithm from Domain Specific Hidden Web International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technologies ISSN:0975-9646 vol.5(6),pp 8239-8242 April 2014
51 Dr. Mukesh Rawat Comparative Analysis of Jaccard Coefficient and Cosine Similarity
 for Web Document Similarity Measure
International Journal for Advance Research in Engineering and Technology 2454 Vol 2,pp. 18-21 October 2014
52 Dr. Mukesh Rawat Tree Detection for Urban Environment using Watershed Segmentation International Journal of Engineering and Computer Science - vol . 3,pp 9781-9783 December 2014
53 Dr. Mukesh rawat Comparison and Analysis of Two Approaches to Find Novel Documents out of Several Documents International Journal of Computer Applications 0975 – 8887 Volume 136 - Number 2 March 2016
54 Dr. Mukesh rawat Ranking of Web Documents for Domain Specific Database International Journal of Computer Applications 0975 – 8887 Volume 135 – No.6 Feburary 2016
55 Dr. Mukesh Rawat Automation extraction of domain specific hidden data for efficient response by search INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING ISSN:2348-7860 Vol.04 No. 04,pp 130-132 April,2017
56 Dr. Mukesh Rawat Review of Information Retrieval Models INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING ISSN:2348-7861 Vol.04 No. 04,pp 98-100 April,2017
57 Dr. Mukesh Rawat, Ritu Jain Reduce Traffic of Data on Network with Bloom filter International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Applied Science ISSN: 2395-3470 Volume-1, Issue-5 8/1/2015
58 Dr. Mukesh Rawat, Shivangi Gupta Keyword based Automatic Summarization of HTML Documents International Journal of Computer Applications 0975 – 8887 Volume 127 – No.8 October 2015
59 Dr. Nidhi Tyagi Issues and Approaches for Big Data Security International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science ISSN 2278-2540 Volume V, Issue VII, July 2016
60 Dr. Nidhi Tyagi Hadoop Identity Authentication using Public Private Key Concept   ISSN: 2231-5381 Volume-45, pp 436-442,  March 2017
61 Dr. Nidhi Tyagi Optimization and Analysis of Segmentation Technique in Image Processing using Matlab International Journal of Advance Research in Science and Engineering, ISSN:2319-8354 Vol.5, Issue 4 April 2016
62 Dr. Nidhi Tyagi Web Documents Indexing Techniques- A Review International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering ISSN: 2277 128X Volume 6, Issue 8 August 2016
63 Dr. Nidhi Tyagi Data Compression Technique On Hadoop’s Next Generation: Yarn INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC PROGRESS AND RESEARCH ISSN: 2349-4689 4689 Issue 92, Volume 33, pp21-24 March, 2017
64 Dr. Nidhi Tyagi Identification of User?s Behaviour on Web International Journal of Advanced Research in
 Computer Science and Software Engineering
ISSN: 2277 128X Volume 7, pp 24-26 April 2017
65 Dr. Nidhi Tyagi,Palak Gupta Digital security implementation in big data using Hadoop International Journal of Research Studies in Computing ISSN: 2243-7797 Volume 5 Number 1, 3-9, Feb.2016
66 Dr. Pradeep Pant Rank the Search Result by Markov Chain Principal IJESC in QR code form Vol 7 issue no. 6 2017
67 Dr.Nidhi Tyagi “Aerosol Loadings in Association with Vegetative Properties- A Case Study Over North Indian Region Journal of Remote Sensing & GIS   Vol 6 No. 3 : 1–5p July 1905
68 Gaurav Goel, Tahir Ali, Praveen Kr. Mishra, Pooja Agarwal A Comparative Analysis of Visibility Enhancement Techniques for Outdoor Hazy Images and Underwater Images International Journal for research in Emerging Science and Technology E-ISSN: 2349 7610 Volume 2, Issue 10, Oct - 2015
69 Kapil Kumar  , Prateek Sharma  , and Ajay Kumar Singh EFFECT ON RANGE OF BLUETOOTH CLASS 1 ADAPTER USING EXTERNAL OMNI ANTENNA IJCSC ISSN : 0973-7391 Vol. 3, No. 1 anuary-June 2012
70 Kapil Kumar, Prateek Sharma, Ajay Kumar Singh Configuring the System to Share Internet from Single User to Multi-user with Single Internet Dongle International Journal of Soft Computing and Engineering (IJSCE) ISSN: 2231-2307 Volume-2, Issue-4 September 2012
71 Krishna Kumar , Azad Kumar  , Ravindra Chauhan Modified Playfair Cipher using Linear Congruential Generator based on Pseudorandom Number Generator International Journal of Computer Science and Management Research ISSN 2278-733X Vol 3 Issue 1 January 2014
72 Krishna Kumar , Ravindra Chauhan An Approach for Enhancing the Security of Playfair Cipher using Vigenere Cipher International Journal of Computer Science and Management Research ISSN 2278-733X Vol 3 Issue 2 February 2014
73 Manjeet Singh , Shourabh Sholliya, Palak Gupta Scheduling in Grid Computing – a Review International Journal of Computer & Mathematical Sciences IJCMS ISSN 2347 – 8527 Volume 2, issue 1 January 2014
74 Manoj Kumar Movie Recommender System By Genetic Algorithm IPEM Journal of Computer Application & Research IPEM/IT-Journal Volume2 Page(s):22-35 March 2018
75 Mariya Khurshid Ansari An Elaborative Approach To Enhance Access Control Model: Demostrated By 7-Tier Architecture International Journal of Soft Computing and Engineering (IJSCE) SSN: 2231-2307, Volume-2, Issue-4 September 2012
76 MD IQBAL Perfoarmance analysis of data mining to
 genrate frequent itemsets at single and multi level
IJOJCST ISSN: 0974-6471 Vol.5,
No.(2):Pgs: 277-281.
Dec, 2012
77 MD IQBAL Research Agenda in Human computer Intraction IJAST ISSN 22778691  Vol.04 Issue No.II Jan,2015
78 MD IQBAL WMDPQ:A WORK OF FICTION MULTICAST DIRECTION FINDING PROTOCOL TO GET BETTER QUALITY INSERVICE IN MANNET IJARSE ISSN 23198354 Vol.05 Issue
No.03
Mar,2016
79 MD IQBAL HYBRID AND MULTISTAGE BASE GENETIC ALGORITHM
FOR DISTRIBUTED AND FLEXIBLE MANUFACUTRING UNITS
VJET ISSN 22778978 Vol.-3 No.-1,  pp. 55-62. Jan-
Dec, 2017
80 Mr Nagresh kumar "Comparative Study of Fully Homomorphic Encryption and Fully Disk Encryption schemes in Cloud Computing" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT) ISSN: 2231-5381 Volume-43 Number-6 January 2017
81 Mr. Ankur Garg A Soft computing Optimization based Two Ware-House Inventory Model for Deteriorating Items with shortages using Genetic Algorithm International Journal of Computer Applications 0975 – 8887 Volume 126 – No.13, September 2015 (September-2015)
82 Mr. Ankur Garg A Comparative Performance Analysis of AODV, DSR and TORA Routing Protocols in MANETs International Journal of Emerging Science and Engineering (IJESE) ISSN: 2319–6378 Volume-1,pp. 83-87 June 2013
83 Mr. Ankur Garg Analysis of seven stages supply chain management in electronic component
 inventory optimization for warehouse with economic load dispatch using
 genetic algorithm
International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management   vol 4(2), pp. 18-29 June,2017
134 Mr. Ankur Garg A Supply Chain management in Inventory Optimization for deterioriting items
 with Genetic Algorithm
International Journal of Emerging Trends & Technology in Computer Science ISSN: 2278-6856 Vol. 6, pp. 335-352 June,2017
136 Mr. Ankur Garg Multi-objective Particle Swarm optimization and Genetic algorithm in Inventory model for deterioriting items with shortages using Supply Chain management International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management ISSN: 2319-4847 Vol. 6, pp. 130-144 June,2017
142 Mr. Ankur Garg Multi-objective Genetic algorithm optimization in Inventory model for deterioriting items with shortages using Supply Chain management IPASJ International Journal of Computer Science ISSN: 2321-5992 Vol. 5,pp. 86-107 June,2017
155 Mr. Davesh Som Performance Analysis and Simulation of AODV,
DSR and TORA Routing Protocols in MANETs
International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE) ISSN: 2277-3878 Volume-1,pp.122-127 August 2012
159 Mr. Davesh Som Modified Version of Playfair Cipher Using Linear Feedback Shift Register and Transpose Matrix Concept International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE) ISSN: 2278-3075 Volume-3, pp. 257-261 June 2013
160 Mr. Davesh Som A Comparative Performance Analysis of AODV, DSR and TORA Routing Protocols in MANETs International Journal of Emerging Science and Engineering (IJESE) ISSN: 2319–6378 Volume-1,pp. 83-87 June 2013
164 Mr. Davesh Som USING CLUSTERING MODULE ONTOLOGY CONSTRUCTION FROM TEXT DOCUMENTS BY SINGULAR VALUE DECOMPOSITION International Journal of Computer Engineering and Tchnology (IJCET) ISSN 0976 – 6367(Print)
 ISSN 0976 – 6375(Online)
Volume 4,pp. 355-366 December (2013)
84 Mr. Nagresh Social Engineering in Social Networking Sites: A Survey International Journal of Engineering Research & Management Technology ISSN: 2348-4039 Volume 3, Issue-1 January 2016
85 Mr. Nagresh Kumar Social Engineering: Attack, Prevention and
Framework
International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering
Technology (IJRASET)
ISSN: 2321-9653 Volume 4 Issue II, February 2016
86 Mr. Nagresh Kumar Inertia Weight Controlled PSO for Task Scheduling in Cloud Computing IEEE International Conference on Computing, Power and Communication Technologies (GUCON),2018 978-1-5386-4491-1/18/$31.00 ©2018 IEEE   Sep,2018
87 Mr. Nagresh Kumar,Mr. Anshul Kumar,Ms. Mansi Chaudhary Social Engineering Threats and Awareness: A Survey European Journal of Advances in Engineering and Technology ISSN: 2394 - 658X 2(11): 15-19 Nov 2015
88 Mr. Parmanand Astya A Comparative Performance Analysis of AODV, DSR and TORA Routing Protocols in MANETs International Journal of Emerging Science and Engineering (IJESE) ISSN: 2319–6378 Volume-1,pp. 83-87 June 2013
89 Mr. Shailendra Kumar Singh USING CLUSTERING MODULE ONTOLOGY CONSTRUCTION FROM TEXT DOCUMENTS BY SINGULAR VALUE DECOMPOSITION International Journal of Computer Engineering and Tchnology (IJCET) ISSN 0976 – 6367(Print)
 ISSN 0976 – 6375(Online)
Volume 4,pp. 355-366 December (2013)
90 Mr. Varun Kauhsik Design of Parallel Crawler using Multi-Threading Model IJESC ISSN XXXX XXXX © 2017 IJESC Volume 7  -  Issue 6 March 2017
91 Mr. Vishal Jayaswal Modified AES Algorithm Integrating IBDP (Image Block Displacement Procedure) for Data Encryption International Journal of Computer Applications 0975 – 8887 Volume 179 – No.44, 43221
92 Mr. Vishal Jayaswal Analogical Study of Support Vector Machine (SVM) and Neural Network in Vehicle’s Number Plate Detection IJRECE ISSN: 2393-9028  VOL. 6 ISSUE 2 APR.-JUNE 2018
93 Mr.Manoj Kumar Composing an Aspect Oriented Approach to Synchronization Problems IEEE ISSN:0973-7529 Page(s):3036-3041 42674
94 Mr.shailendra kumar singh RVA Sorting Based On Bubble & Quick Sort Technique ACM ISBN:978-1-4503-3216-3 ARTICLE NO.87 Oct 2014
95 Mr.shailendra kumar singh ADVANCED STEGANOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUE FOR BOTH COLORED AND GRAY-SCALE IMAGES International conference on Science, Technology and Management ISSN-2319-8354(E) volume-4 Feb 2015
96 Mr.Varun Kaushik Design of Compression and Indexing Techniques for Documents of Domain Specific Cluster IJESC ISSN XXXX XXXX © 2017 IJESC Volume 7  -  Issue 6 March 2017
97 Ms Shalini goel Improved K-mean Clustering Algorithm for Prediction Analysis using Classification Technique in Data Mining International Journal of Computer Applications ISSN 2250-1797 Volume 157 – No 6 January 2017
98 Ms Shalini goel,Ms. Priya Singh Corelation based Image Tempering  Detection International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology ISSN 0975-9646 Volume 7, Issue 2 April 2016
99 Ms. Deepika Gupta Review of Automatic
 Summarization of
Web Documents
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE AND
RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY
ISSN:2277-9655 IJESRT 6(7),pp 816-819 July,2017
100 Ms. Mariya Khursid Ansari An Expert Anti-Malware Detection System International Journal of Soft Computing and Engineering (IJSCE) ISSN: 2231-2307 Volume-2, Issue-5 Nov 2012
101 Ms. Shalini Goel, Dr. Arun Sharma Neuro Fuzzy based Approach to Predict Component’s Reusability IJCA   Volume 106 – No.5 November 2014
102 Ms.Shivani Rohilla “Efficient Anonymization Algorithms to prevent Generalized Losses and Membership Disclosure in Microdata” American Journal of Networking and Communication ISSN: 2326-8964 (Online) Vloume 4 42045
103 Ms.Shivani Rohilla Efficient routing with reduced routing overhead and retransmission of MANET American Journal of Networking and Communication     January 2015
104 Ms.Shivani Rohilla Efficient Anonymization Algorithms to prevent Generalized Losses and Membership Disclosure in Microdata American journal of Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery     Feb,2017
105 Mukesh Rawat A new alley in Opinion Mining using Senti Audio Visual
Algorithm
 Int. Journal of Engineering Research and Applications ISSN: 2248-9622, Vol. 6, Issue 2, (Part - 4) February 2016, pp.01-09 February 2016
106 Mukesh Rawat Comparison of Keyword based Clustering of Web Documents by using OPENSTACK 4J and by Traditional Method International Journal of Computer Applications 0975 – 8887 Volume 156 – No 9, December 2016 November 2016
107 Mukesh Rawat, Karshima Image Compression Techniques Comparative Analysis using SVD-WDR and SVD-WDR with Principal Component Analysis International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication 2321-8169 Volume: 6 Issue: 2 February 2018,
108 Mukesh Rawat, Prachi Bansal The Hybrid Technique for Edge Detection using Bio-inspired Techniques International Journal of Computer Applications 0975 – 8887 Volume 173 – No.8 42979
129 Mukesh Rawat, Sangeeta Singh Design and Analysis of Visual Insight of Child using IBM Multimedia Analysis and Retrieval System International Journal of Computer Applications 0975 – 8887 Volume 161 – No 6 March 2017
130 Mukesh Rawat, Sarika Singh Design and Comparison of Agglomerative Hierarchical Clustering International Journal of Computer Applications 0975 – 8887 Volume 172 – No.10 42948
140 Mukesh Rawat, Suryoday Smann Implementation and Evaluation of User Activity System as a Web Service (IJITEE) ISSN: 2278-3075 Volume-8, Issue- 9S2 July 2019
165 Nagresh Kumar Unusual event detection in low resolution video for enhancing ATM security IEEE 201 pp 848-853 February 2015
109 Nidhi Chaudhary JigCAPTCHA: An Advanced Image-Based
CAPTCHA Integrated with Jigsaw Piece
Puzzle using AJAX
IJSCE ISSN: 2231-2307  Volume-2, Issue-5 November 2012
110 Nidhi Chaudhary, An Elaborative Approach To Enhance Access Control Model: Demostrated By 7-Tier Architecture International Journal of Soft Computing and Engineering (IJSCE) SSN: 2231-2307, Volume-2, Issue-4 September 2012
111 Nidhi Tawra,Prerna,Bhawna Gupta A Location Dependent Key Management Method for WSN With Reduced Path Length And Considering Cell Head International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering(IJCSE) E-ISSN:2347-2693 Vol-6, Issue-6 June 2018
112 Nitisha Payal JigCAPTCHA: An Advanced Image-Based
CAPTCHA Integrated with Jigsaw Piece
Puzzle using AJAX
IJSCE ISSN: 2231-2307  Volume-2, Issue-5 November 2012
113 Nitisha Payal Robots and Robotically Assisted Surgeries International Journal of Scientific Research Engineering & Technology (IJSRET) ISSN 2278 - 0882 Volume 1 Issue 5 pp 294-298 August 2012
114 Parma Nand Astya JigCAPTCHA: An Advanced Image-Based
CAPTCHA Integrated with Jigsaw Piece
Puzzle using AJAX
IJSCE ISSN: 2231-2307  Volume-2, Issue-5 November 2012
115 Parmanand Astya Extended Hill Cipher Encryption by using Transposed Interweaved Shifting International Journal of Mobile & Adhoc Network   Vol 4 issue 1 Feb. 2014
116 Parmanand Astya Data Security using DNA & Amino Acids with Four Square Cipher Encryption International Journal of Mobile & Adhoc Network   Vol 4 issue 1 Feb. 2014
117 Pradeep Chauhan Power Efficient Localization schema for Wireless Sensor Network Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (JETIR) www.jetir.org   www.jetir.org (ISSN-2349-5162  2019 JETIR May 2019, Volume 6, Issue 5 May 2019
118 Pradeep Chauhan Power Efficient Localization schema for Wireless Sensor Network Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (JETIR) www.jetir.org   www.jetir.org (ISSN-2349-5162  2019 JETIR May 2019, Volume 6, Issue 5 May 2019
119 Pradeep Pant Comparison of Keyword based Clustering of Web Documents by using OPENSTACK 4J and by Traditional Method International Journal of Computer Applications 0975 – 8887 Volume 156 – No 9, December 2016 November 2016
120 PRASHANT NARESH Image Processing and Classification Techniques for Early Detection of Lung Cancer for Preventive Health Care: A Survey IJRTET   Vol. 11 June 2014
121 PRASHANT NARESH Early Detection of Lung Cancer Using Neural Network Techniques IJERA ISSN : 2248-9622 Vol. 4, Issue 8( Version 4) August 2014
122 PRASHANT NARESH Detection of lung cancer at  early stage using neural network techniques for preventive health care IJSSRD , ISSN:2321 0613 Vol. 3, Issue 4 June 2015
123 Prateek Sharma, Kapil Kumar, Ajay Kumar Singh Trapping Parallel Port to Operate 220V Appliances International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE) ISSN: 2277-3878 Volume-1, Issue-3 August 2012
124 Praveen Kumar Anti-message Logging based Check Pointing Algorithm for Mobile Distributed Systems International Journal of Computer Applications 0975 – 8887 Volume 69– No.14 May 2013
125 PROF PRADEEP PANT PERFORMANCE EVALUATION FOR EXTREME CLIMATIC EVENT ANALYSIS IJARCET   Vol-04,Issue 1, pp 0129-0135 July 1905
137 Prof. pradeep Pant Automated Object Recognition from High Resolution Satellite Images:
 A Review
International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Engineering &
 Technology
4116 Vol. 3, pp. 4277-4282 December 2014
161 Punit Mittal RESOLVING PHYSICAL INTERFERENCE AMONG THE ROBAT USING RESPONSE THERSHOLD (RTM) IN MULTI ROBOT TASK ALLOCATOIN (MRTA) Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research 2349-5162 Volume 6, Issue 3 March 2019
166 Pushpendra Kumar Dwivedi Categorization of software testing too
ls on the basis of software testing methods
International Journal of Advance
 Research In Science And Engineering
ISSN23198354E VolNo03 December 2014
167 Pushpendra Kumar Dwivedi Automated testing tools for
object oriented software
International Journal of Advance
 Research In Science And Engineering
ISSN23198354E VolNo03 41974
169 Pushpendra Kumar Dwivedi Comparative Study of Social Networking
Sites with Respect to Youth
International Journal of Advance
 Research In Science And Engineering
ISSN23198354E VolNo04 September 2015
170 Ramander Singh, Vinod Kumar, Ajay Kumar Singh, Santosh Kumar Upadhyay Identifying Faulty Node and Alternative Path in a Network IJSCE ISSN: 2231-2307 Volume-2, Issue-4 September 2012
176 Ramander Singh,Nitisha Payal, Amod Tiwari A Tailored Approach to Enhance Wireless LAN Security International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE) ISSN: 2278-3075 Volume-1, Issue-3 August 2012
185 Rohit Aggarwal SOFTWARE AGING AND REJUVENATION (SAR) International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews (IJRAR) E-ISSN 2348-1269,
P- ISSN 2349-5138
Vol.5, Issue 4, PP 931-934 December 2018
186 Rohit Aggarwal, Aastha Vashishtha Research of Eucalyptus, Openstack and Open
Nebula
International Journal of Recent Technology
and Engineering International Journal of
 Recent Technology and Engineering
     
126 Rohit Aggarwal, Shikha Golyan An Efficient Type 4 Clone Detection Technique
for Software Testing
International Journal of Innovative Technology
 and Exploring Engineering
  Volume-8, Issue- 9S2
pages 183-187 
July 2019
127 Rohit Aggarwal, Shikha Golyan Software Aging & Rejuvenation (SAR) International Journal of Research and
 Analytical Reviews
   Volume 5, Issue 4 pages 931-934 December 2018,
131 Sakshi Chhabra, Dinesh Singh Data Fusion and Data Aggregation/Summarization Techniques in WSNs: A Review International Journal of Computer Applications - Vol. 121 pp. 21-30 July 1905
133 Sangeeta Singh and Prof. Pradeep Pant BEHAVOURIAL ANALYSIS OF CHILD USING IBM MULTIMEDIA ANALYSIS AND
RETRIEVAL SYSTEM
International Journal of Current Research ISSN: 0975-833X Vol. 8, Issue, 10, pp.40462-40464, October, 2016
138 Sanjay Kumar Sonker Connectivity-based Localization schema for Wireless Sensor Network IFRSA International Journal of Electronics Circuits And Switching   IIJECS, VOLUME 1, ISSUE 2, JULY 2012 41091
143 Sanjay Kumar Sonker Power Efficient Localization schema for Wireless Sensor Network Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (JETIR) www.jetir.org   www.jetir.org (ISSN-2349-5162  2019 JETIR May 2019, Volume 6, Issue 5 May 2019
144 Saurabh Yadav, Ajay Kumar Singh NoC Based Approach to Enhance the Existing
Network Architecture
IJSCE ISSN: 2231-2307 Volume-2, Issue-4 September 2012
145 shailendra kumar singh SECURE VEDIO COMPRESSION (ICECCT) ICECCT      
146 Shilpa Pandey,  Robots and Robotically Assisted Surgeries International Journal of Scientific Research Engineering & Technology (IJSRET) ISSN 2278 - 0882 Volume 1 Issue 5 pp 294-298 August 2012
153 Shivani Rohilla, Mukesh Rawat, Anmol Jain “Sentiment Analysis Using Data Dictionary”, Journal Of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research. ISSN:2349-5162, Vol.6, Issue 2, page no. 131-135, Feb, 2019
154 Shivani Rohilla, Shailendra Sharma “Constructing and Training a Classifier using weka for Twitter Sentiment analysis" International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering     July 2019
156 simarpreet kaur A study on Clustering Techniques and Data Analytics in Data Mining IJSRD ISSN: 2321- 0613 Volume:5,issue:2 May 2017
162 simarpreet kaur Modified k-means clustering Algorithm for Disease Prediction IJET ISSN:2395-1303 Volume:3 Issue:3 May-June 2017
168 Sudhir Goswami Unusual event detection in low resolution video for enhancing ATM security IEEE 201 pp 848-853 February 2015
189 Sudhir Goswami, Gaurav Goel An Approach for Shallow Underwater Images Visibility and Color Improvement Indian Journal of Science and Technology (IJST) Accepted  Volume 8, Issue 35, Dec-15
191 Sudhir Goswami, Neha jain An Improved Steganography Technique of LSB Substitution Method International Journal Of Engineering And Computer Science (IJECS) March pp. 9912-9915 January 2015
192 Suyash Kumar Performance comparison on fixed channel allocation for with and without borrowing scheme in wireless network BIJIT ISSN 2511-2104 DOI 10.1007/s41870-018-0254-5 Nov 2018
193 Suyash Kumar Performance Analysis of Channel Allocation Scheme for A System Model Based On Urban Structure International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering (e-ISSN: 2347-2693) Vol.6 , Issue.8, pp.1-5, Aug 2018
171 Suyash Kumar Analyzing Carrier to Noise Interference Ratio on Performance Enhancement for Dynamic Channel Allocation Scheme International Journal of Applied Engineering Research ISSN 0973-4562 Volume 13, Number 5 (2018) pp. 2955-2958. Mar-2018
173 Swati Jain, Mukesh Rawat Enhanced Ranking and Storage of search results using Markov Chain International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering 2277-3878 Volume-7 Issue-6C April 2019
174 Tahir Ali, Amit Doegar A Novel Approach of LSB Based Steganography Using Parity Checker International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering , Volume 5, Issue 1, January 2015 January 2015
175 Uma Tyagi Novel Approach for Sentiment Classification by Ontology with swarm Intelligence Optimization IJRECE ISSN 2393-9028/
ISSN 2348-2281
Volume 5- Issue 4 Dec. 2017
183 Uma Tyagi Novel Approach for Sentiment Classification by Ontology with swarm Intelligence Optimization: A Review IJRECE ISSN 2393-9028/
ISSN 2348-2281
Volume 6- Issue 2 Apr,2018
187 Umang Rastogi Managing the Cloud: Establishing Standards for Describing Core Tasks of Cloud Creators, Providers,
and Consumers
IJRTE ISSN: 2277-3878 Volume 8, Issue 2S11  
190 Umang Rastogi Computer Network And Its Consequences –A Literature Survey The International Journal of Health, Education and Social-IJHES ISSN:2410-5171 Vol : 2  Issue :  11 November, 2019
139 Utkarsh Pundir A new Centralized solution for multievent wireless sensor and actor network IJAST ISSN 2005-4238 Volume 116,page:59-74  
149 Vaibhav Jain and Ajay Kumar Singh 3D to 2D: Conversion for Latent Fingerprint International Journal of Emerging Trends & Technology in Computer Science (IJETTCS) ISSN: 2278-6856 vol. 4, Issue 5(2), pp. 91- 93 Oct - 2015
150 Vaibhav Jain and Ajay Kumar Singh An approach for Minutia Extraction in Latent Fingerprint Matching International Journal of Innovations in Engineering and Technology (IJIET) ISSN: 2319-1058 vol. 6, Issue 1, pp. 51- 58 Nov - 2015
151 Vaibhav Jain, Ajay Kumar Singh and Rajendra Kumar Refinement of Latent Fingerprint International Journal of Engineering Research-Online A Peer Reviewed International Journal ISSN: 2321-7758 vol. 3, Issue 6, pp. 170- 174 Dec - 2015
152 Varsha Tyagi, Bravindra Chauhan Extended DNA Playfair with images steganography International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology e-ISSN: 2395-0056
p-ISSn: 2395-0072
Volume:03 Issue 11 Nov. 2016
172 Varun Kaushik EXTRACTION OF LABELS FROM SEARCH INTERFACES
FOR DOMAIN SPECIFIC HIWE
International Journal of Latest Engineering and Management Research (IJLEMR) ISSN: 2455-4847 Volume 01 - Issue 10 ? November 2016 ? PP. 15-18 November 2016
179 Vijay kumar, Dr. Mukesh Rawat SEASONAL AND ANNUAL VARIATION OF AEROSOL LOADINGS OVER AFRICAN REGION DURING THE LAST FOURTEEN YEARS International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Applied Science ISSN: 2395-3470 Volume-1, Issue-6, Sept-2015
182 Vijay Kumar, Sunil Kumar, Ajay Kumar Singh Outlier Detection: A Clustering-Based Approach International Journal of Science and Modern Engineering (IJISME) ISSN: 2319-6386, Volume-1, Issue-7 June 2013
183 Vinay Kumar Singhal, Akanksha Rastogi, Aarti Sharma Strong Conflict-Free Coloring with Respect to Intervals and
Circular Intervals
IJARCSSE , Volume 5, Issue 2 July 1905
184 Vineet Kansal , Varun Kaushik Design of Parallel Crawler using multi threading model IJESC ISSN:2250-1371 Volume 7 - Issue 06  June 2017 June 2017
194 Vishal Jayaswal , Tarun Kumar, Ankita Agarwal Order Static Filter and Histogram Equalization are in Pipe Line for Noise Removal International Journal of Computer Applications (0975-8887)(IJCA) ISSN:0975-8887 Volume 124-No. 10, August 2015 Aug - 2015
196 Vivek Kumar Analysis of Eye Donation Awareness in Engineering Students International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering(IJCSE) E-ISSN:2347-2693 volume 4 , issue 7 31July2016
197 Vivek Kumar Analysis of Blood Transfusion with Classification Algorithms WEKA Tool IRJET e-ISSN:2395-0056 p-ISSN:2395-0072 Volume 5, Issue 6 June,2018
198 Yogendra Narayan Prajapati Open Source Video Analysis Tool for Motion Detection  (IJSCE) ISSN: 2231-2307,,  Volume-4 Issue-6 January 2015
199 Yogendra Narayan Prajapati A Novel Algorithm of Super Spatial Structure of Image Colour Space IIJTM ISSN:2456-2157  Volume-1 Issue-1 November 2017
200 Yogendra Narayan Prajapati Automated Room Temperature Controlled Devices and Air Pollution Detection System IJRDT ISSN(O)-2349 3585  Volume-2 Issue-6 May 2017
201 Yogendra Narayan Prajapati Effective Key Generation through Steganography and Multimedia Application Journal of Computer Programming and Multimedia   Volume -2 Issue-3 43374
202 Yogendra Narayan Prajapati Application of Turing Machine for Simplification of Password or Secret Key Code   ISSN Online: 0975-3753  Volume-1 Issue-5  

Conference

S.No. Author Name Paper Title Name of Seminar/
Conferenses/
Workshops
Conference
Theme
National or International Venue Dates Year
1 Aarti Bisht An improved task scheduling algorithm for grid computing IEEE ICICCS Intelligent computing International vagai college of engineering,madhurai 14-15june 2018 2018
2 Abhishek Kumar, Akhilesh Kumar Pandey, Shuchita Shukla A Novel Framework for Reliable and Fault Tolerant Webservices International Conference on Future Computing and Communication Technology (ICFCCT-2018), MIET Meerut International Conference on Future Computing and Communication Technology (ICFCCT-2018) International MIET Meerut 22 December 2018 2018
3 Anuradha,  A.K.Solanki, Harish Kumar Network Reliability Measurement using Artificial Neural Approach International Conference on Biomedical Engineering and supportive Technologies International Conference on Biomedical Engineering and supportive Technologies International BIET,JHANSI 2-3 SEPTEMBER 2016 2016
4 Anuradha, Harish Kumar Calculation and Evaluation of Network Reliability using ANN Approach International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Data Science (ICCIDS 2019) International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Data Science (ICCIDS 2019) International North Cap University 2019 2019
5 Anuradha, Harish Kumar Progressive Machine Learning Approach with WebAstro for Web Usage Mining International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Data Science (ICCIDS 2019) International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Data Science (ICCIDS 2019) International North Cap University 2019 2019
6 Deepak Aneja An Efficient GIAT Recognition System for Human Identification International Conference on Global information and Business Strategies International Conference on Global information and Business Strategies International giBS Delhi 16-17 December 2016 2016
7 Deepika gupta,Richa singh Energy saving using optimal route for Mobile Ad hoc Networks International  Journal of Advanced Technology in Engineering and Science  International  Journal of Advanced Technology in Engineering and Science  International JNU New Delhi  Nov 2015 2015
8 Dr. Kusum Gupta, Mr. Ankur Garg A Soft Computing Technique an Inventory Model for Deteriorating Item with Two-waerhouses SOUVENIR, SRM University (NCR Campus) CATDMP-2015 ADVANCE TECHNIQUES & DEVICES IN MATHEMATICS & PHYSICAL SCIENCES (AN INTERNATIONAL MEET) International Conference SRM UNIVERSITY, NCR CAMPUS 23rd - 25th January 2015
9 Dr. Nidhi Tyagi, Vanisha Mavi Hadoop’s Second Generation: YARN. International Conference on Emerging Trends in Science, Engineering, Technology and Management: Research and Development Smart Farming and Smart Village International Shobhit University , Meerut 17th Feb,2017 2017
10 GunjanVerma,Shailendra SinghVipin,Md Shamsul Haq ADVANCED STEGANOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUE FOR BOTH COLORED AND GRAY-SCALE IMAGES International conference on Science, Technology and Management International conference on Science, Technology and Management International   Feb-15 2015
11 krishanveer, Dr. vimal kumar, Dr. Ajay Classification of image dataset using CNN ICACSE Advance Computing and software Engg. International KNIT, SULTANPUR 11 April 2019 2019
12 MD IQBAL “Mining Association Rules in Geographical Spartio-
Temperal Data of Database”
International Conference on Recent
Trend in Engineering and Technology
International Conference on Recent
Trend in Engineering and Technology
International Subharti Institute of
Technology and Engineering, Swami Vivekanand Subharti
University, Meerut
28-Nov-2012 2012
13 MD IQBAL “High Performance Architecture for Distributed
Computing”.
 Nation Conference on Emerging Trends in Advanced Computing and Informatics (CICON-10)  Nation Conference on Emerging Trends in Advanced Computing and Informatics (CICON-10) National Shobhit University, Meerut 8-9 May 2010 2010
14 MD IQBAL “Performance Analysis of Data Mining to generate
frequent Itemsets at Single and Multi Level”.
Nation Conference on Global Trends Innovations in Computer Applications and
Informatics (CICON-11)
Nation Conference on Global Trends Innovations in Computer Applications and
Informatics (CICON-11)
National Shobhit University, Meerut 9-10 April 2011 2011
15 MD IQBAL “Web Data Mining : A Case Study” National Conference on New Trends in Computer Science (NCNTCS-2012) National Conference on New Trends in Computer Science (NCNTCS-2012) National Shobhit Institute of Engineering & Technology, Saharanpur 8-9 March 2012 2012
16 MD IQBAL “Research Agenda in Human-Computer Interaction :
Interaction Style”
Nation Conference on Future Innovations & Research in Science & Technology-2017 (FIRST-17) Nation Conference on Future Innovations & Research in Science & Technology-2017 (FIRST-17) National IIMT Engineering College, Meerut 22-23 April 2017 2017
17 Mr. Pushpendra Kumar Tyagi,Mr. Varun Kaushik Intelligent entity information retrieval system based on text detection and recognition for smart phone devices Icfcct Icfcct international MIET Meerut 22 December 2018 2018
18 Mr. Raj Kumar Min parnt: An effective approach to enhance resource utilization in cloud environment ICACCA2016 IEEE International Conference on Advances in Computing, Communication & Automation International Tula's Institute Dehradun 8-9 April 2016 2016
19 Mr. Raj Kumar A systematic Review of scheduling Techniques in Cloud Environment INDIACom2017 IEEE International Conference on Computing for sustainable Global Development Internatinal BVICAM New Delhi 1-3 March 2017 2017
20 Mr.Shailendra kumar Secure Vedio Compression ICFCCT-2019 International conference on Future communication and Computing technology international Meerut institute of Engineering and Technology,Meerut 17 July 2019 2019
21 Nidhi Bansal and
Ajay Kumar Singh
Trust for Task Scheduling in Cloud Computing Unfold it Through Fruit Congenial Conference on Recent Advancement in Computer, Communication and Computational Sciences (ICRACCCS-2016) Sponcerad by Springer lecture notes on data engineering and communications technologies in International International Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, Udaipur, INDIA 25-26 Nov.  2017 2017
22 Nidhi Chaudhary An Improved harmony search algorithm with group technology model for workflow scheduling in cloud environment UPCON-17,IEEE 2017 4th IEEE Uttar Pradesh Section International Conference on Electrical, Computer and Electronics (UPCON) International GLA mathura 26-28 Oct 2017 2017
23 Nitin Saren and Nidhi Tyagi, Big Data- A Review for problem Recognition National Conference on Emerging Trends in Science, Engineering, Technology and Management: Research and Development National Conference on Emerging Trends in Science, Engineering, Technology and Management: Research and Development National Shobhit University Meerut Sept,2015 2015
24 Palak Gupta, Nidhi Tyagi An Approach towards Big Data- A Review IEEE International Conference on Computing, Communication and Automation (ICCCA 2015) IEEE International Conference on Computing, Communication and Automation (ICCCA 2015) International Galgotias University, Uttar Pradesh 15th-16th May,2015 2015
25 Prerna Energy Efficient Clustering Algorithm for WSN 2015 2nd International Conference on Signal Processing and Integrated Networks(SPIN) 2nd International Conference on Signal and Processing and Integrated Networks(SPIN) International Amity University, Noida Feb 19, 2015 - Feb 20, 2015 2015
26 Punit Mittal ICT Enabled Vehicular Safe Distance Modeling at Indian Unmanned Railway Level Crossings International Conference on Advanced Computing and Software Engineering (ICACSE) 2019 International Conference on Advanced Computing and Software Engineering (ICACSE) 2019 International KNIT, SULTANPUR 11 April 2019 2019
27 Richa singh, Deepika Gupta Secure Data Transmission in hybrid compressing sensing Based WSN 4th international conference on recent advances in engineering science and management (ICRAESM-17) 4th international conference on recent advances in engineering science and management (ICRAESM-17) International Institute of electronic and Telecommunications engineers, Chandigarh 26th Nov,2017 2017
28 Sakshi Chhabra, Dinesh Singh Hybrid Energy Efficient Clustering based on Residual energy, Node degree and Distance to base station (HEEC-RND) in Heterogeneous WSNs IEEE International Conference on Computing, Communication and Automation (ICCCA 2015) IEEE International Conference on Computing, Communication and Automation (ICCCA 2015) International    July 2015 2015
29 Sudhir Goswami, Anu Agarwal An Efficient Algorithm for Automatic Car Plate Detection &Recognition IEEE International Conference on Computational intelligence and communication technology (ICICT-2016) IEEE International Conference on Computational intelligence and communication technology (ICICT-2016) International Ghaziabad Feb. 2016 2016
30 Sudhir Goswami, Janme jai, Jyoti Goswami A hybrid Approach for Visibility enhancement in Foggy Image  IEEE International Conference on Computing for Sustainable Global Development (INDIACom)  IEEE International Conference on Computing for Sustainable Global Development (INDIACom) International   Mar-15 2015
31 Sudhir Goswami, Nagresh Kumar, Jyoti Goswami Unusual Event Detection in Low Resolution Video for Enhancing ATM Security IEEE International Conference on Signal Processing and Integrated Networks (SPIN), 2015 IEEE International Conference on Signal Processing and Integrated Networks (SPIN), 2015 International   2015 2015
32 Sunil Kumar Enhancement of the AMRIS: A Multicast Routing Protocol for Ad-Hoc Wireless Networks International Conference on Advanced Computing & Communication Technologies (ICACCT) Advanced Computing & Communication Technologies (ICACCT) International APIIT SD, Panipat   2007
33 Uma Tyagi,
Anil Kumar,
 Pradeep Pant,
 A Senthil Kumar
Similarity and Dissimilarity Measures with Fuzzy Classifiers:A Review National Symposium on Geomatics for Digital India and Annual Conventions of ISG & ISRS National Conference on Science and Engineering National JK Lakshmipat University, Jaipur 16-18 December 2015
34 Vaibhav Jain and Ajay Kumar Singh and Rajendra Kumar An Efficient Approach for Latent Fingerprint Recognition IEEE International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Communication Technology, (CICT-2016) Communication Technology International ABES Engg. College, Ghaziabad Feb. 2016 2016
35 VIVEK KUMAR, AJAY KUMAR Novel Algorithms For Protective Digital Privacy International Conference on Future Communication & Computing Technology(ICFCCT-19) International Conference on Future Communication & Computing Technology(ICFCCT-19) International Meerut Institute of Engineering & Technology(MIET)    

Books

S.No. Name of Authors Title of Book Title of Chapter Page No. Publisher ISBN No. Year of First Publication
               
1 Nidhi Bansal and
Ajay Kumar Singh
lecture notes on data engineering and communications technologies in International Trust for Task Scheduling in Cloud Computing Unfold it Through Fruit Congenial   Sponcerad by Springer   25-26 Nov. 2016
Research Paper Published in Journal View Details
Research Paper Published in Conference View Details
Books/Book Chapters View Details

 

Departmental Society

UDYAT

July 25, 2018 Introduction

Department of CSE is in the process of incepting a student collaborative, Udyat. It aims at increasing your skill set by means of various group projects, pep talks, lectures related to industry tech and other fun activities.

Why?

Have a project idea in mind, but you aren't sure about the specifics? Need to get your hands dirty on a particular tool? Would you like to share what you learned last weekend? Do you enjoy creating those beautiful UI/UX design while having fun in the group? How about showing your algorithmic or creative prowess?

Participation in group activities on real life projects and crunching on byte size knowledge is as productive as it can get. And that's why :)

Prerequisites

No more than your desire of participation and learning. If you are willing to share something you know that's even better.

How is it going to work?

In a nutshell this collaborative will work just as a student club, imposed with a flexible hierarchy. Further details will be provided throughout the lifetime of club till it becomes a mature one.

Membership

Any candidate interested to be a part of the platform will be required to register on an online portal, details of which will be conveyed shortly.

And yes it's free

Committee members - UDAYT
Name of Student Branch and Year Post Contact No./Email Id
ARUN PUNDIR CSE, 3rd year SECRETARY 8384827022
AMAN JAIN CSE, 3rd year COORDINATOR - Events  
SUBHANGI GUPTA CSE, 3rd year COORDINATOR - Workshops shubhangigupta677@gmail.com
Name of Faculties Post Contact No./Email Id
Dr. Mukesh Rawat Mentor 9837477042
Dr. Ankur Garg Advisor 9358808947
Dr. Ajay Kr. Singh Member  
Dr. Vimal Kr. Member  

 

FOR WORKSHOPS
S.NO. Name of student Branch and Year Contact No./Email Id
1 ARUN PUNDIR CSE, 3 rd year 8384827022
2 AMAN JAIN CSE, 3 rd year  
3 MIMANSA MAHAJAN CSE, 2 nd Year mimansa.mahajan.cs.2018@miet.ac.in
4 AKSHAT GUPTA CSE, 3 rd year 9897347055
5 NIPUN AGGARWAL                               CSE, 3 rd year 9639153242
FOR EVENTS (Technical)
S.NO. Name of student Branch and Year Contact No./Email Id
1 SUBHANGI GUPTA CSE shubhangigupta677@gmail.com
2 ANUBHAV JAIN CSE, 3 rd year  
3 KHUSHI RASTOGI CSE, 2 nd Year khushi.rastogi.cs.2018@miet.ac
4 PARV AGARWAL CSE, 3 rd year 8171459191
5 SAMARTH ANAND CSE, 2 nd Year 7060226350
6 VIVEK JOSHI CSE, 2 nd Year 6396334223

 

LIST OF MOU’s
Sr. No List of MOU’s Date
1 Blue Prism India Private Ltd Jan 27th, 2020
2 IBM- Security Intelligence & Block Chain Developer Dec 07th, 2018
3 ICT Academy Jan 22nd, 2018
4 Red Hat India Pvt. India Jan 11th, 2018
5 SAP University Alliances Oct 26th, 2017
6 IBM India Amendment- Business Analytics Nov 02nd, 2015
7 IBM India- Cloud Computing July 17th, 2014
8 IBM Academic Initiative Jan 1st , 2014

Salesforce Training Details

 

 

S. NO. Duration No of Days Number of Participants No of Hours Technology Used
1 26-12-2019 to 31-12-2019 06 Days 25 48 Hours ADX-201
2 26-11-2018 to 30-11-2018  05 Days 17 40 Hours Salesforce Essentials for Business Specialist
3 11-06-2018 to 15-06-2018  05 Days 60 40 Hours App Builder
4 20-04-2018 to 24-04-2018  05 Days 50 40 Hours App Builder
5 26-04-2018 to 30-04-2018  05 Days 50 40 Hours App Builder

Salesforce Course Contents & Number of Hours

COURSE: DEV-402 (Declarative Development for Platform App Builders)
COURSE CONTENTS
S. No. Topic No of Hours
1 Welcome to AW 40 Hours
2 Building your data model declaratively
3 Crafting your user interface
4 Constructing business logic
5 Maintaining record and data security
6 Automating business processes
7 Deploying your App
8 Designing advanced user interface components
9 Deciding when declarative is not enough
COURSE: DEV-450 (Programmatic Development Using Apex and Visualforce)
COURSE CONTENTS
S. No. Topic No of Hours
1 Objects and Fields 40 Hours
2 Work effectively with Custom Objects and Fields
3 Programming with Apex
4 Use SQQL to Query Your Org’s Data
5 Use SQQL to Query Parent-Child Relationship
6 DML & Trigger Essentials
7 Classes
8 The Save Order of Execution and Apex Transactions
9 Testing Essentials and Strategies
10 Strategies for Designing Efficient Apex Solutions
11 Trigger design strategies
12 Creating Visualforce Pages
13 Exploring the View and Controller Layers of Visualforce
14 Working with Custom Controllers and Controller Extensions
15 Working with List Controllers and SQSL Queries
16 Visualforce Development Considerations
17 Testing Visualforce Controllers
Salesforce ADX 201
COURSE CONTENTS
S. No. Topic No of Hours
1 Trailhead Basics 48 Hours
2 Trailhead Playground Management
3 Reports & Dashboards for Lightning Experience
4 Data Security
5 Customize an Org to Support a New Business Unit
6 Create Reports and Dashboards for Sales and Marketing Managers
7 Business Administration Specialist
8 Quick Start: Lightning App Builder
9 Lightning Experience Reports & Dashboards Specialist

Security Intelligence Engineer

MODULE Module Name No. of Participants Date Duration
MODULE I Cyber Security Overview Course I – Security Intelligence Fundamentals 12

15/04/2019

to

19/04/2019

 5.2 hours
MODULE II Cyber Security Foundations Course I – Security Intelligence Fundamentals  6 hours
MODULE III SECURITY INTELLIGENCE ENGINEER Course I– Security Intelligence Solution Foundations  12.9 hours

Amazon Web Service (AWS)

  1. AWS Educate
  2. AWS Academy
AWS Educate Program

AWS Educate is a membership-based program for students, educators and institutions that offer AWS Promotional Credits, cloud career pathways with curated learning content, collaboration tools, and access to selected AWS Training and the AWS Educate Job Board. It offers membership at Student, Educator, and Institution levels.

  • MIET is a member of AWS Educate program.
  • Currently 669 students and faculty members are registered for this course (Annexture-1)
  • MIET participated in AWS Cloud Literacy Month (October-2018) organized by ICT Academy and AWS and got second position in NCR region.( http://www.ictacademy.in/cloudliteracymonth/)
AWS Academy

AWS Academy is a campus course curriculum program. The curriculum is developed and maintained by AWS subject matter experts. The curriculum is designed to be readily integrated into an institution’s existing course programs and taught by AWS certified educators.

  • MIET is a member of AWS Academy Program (Annexure-2)
  • AWS-accredited instructors at MIET- 16(CP)+ 2(SAA)
  • Students trained on AWS Academy Cloud Foundation (ACF) in last session - (CSE+IT= 416)
  • Students trained on AWS Academy Cloud Foundation (ACF) in last session - (CSE+IT=)
  • One day interaction program on AWS organized for Faculty members at MIET- on 13-12-2018(Resource Person- Mr. Vishram Thatte, Technical Program Manager,AWS)
  • One day interaction program on AWS organized for Students at MIET-on 11-02-2019 (Resource Person- Mr. Vishram Thatte, Technical Program Manager,AWS)
  • MIET hosted three day FDP on “Academy Cloud Foundation” for educators from 21st- 23rd May ,2019 (For membership Institute + those institute who applied for membership)- (Annexture-4)
  • Refresher course organized for our four educators at Amazon Internet Services Pvt Ltd,New Delhi  on 03-09-2018. This refresher course for Cloud Practitioner (CP) certification
  • Refresher course organized for our four educators at Amazon Internet Services Pvt Ltd, New Delhi on 13-03-2019. This refresher course for Cloud Practitioner (CP)
  • Three days training educators at ( Amazon Internet Services Pvt Ltd, New Delhi- 110017 on from 29th – 30th May-2019. This refresher course for Solution Architect associate (SAA)
  • Faculty members under training(Associate Level)=14
  • Lab no.M-302 and M-303 are named as a AWS Academy Lab. AWS services are very popular among MIETians. A large number of students doing project on AWS services like AR & VR, Rekognition, kinesis, IoT, AI, ML etc. In near future we are trying to develop this lab as a AWS Alexa Skill Development Lab.
Academy Cloud Foundation
  • What is Cloud Computing?
  • Introduction to Cloud Economics.
  • AWS Global Infrastructure Overview.
  • Core Service like EC2,Lambda,Elastic Beanstalk etc.
  • Introduction to Storage Services.
  • Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC).
  • AWS Databases Services.
  • AWS Security and shared responsibility model.
  • Introduction to AWS Architecting.
  • Overview of AWS Technical Support Plans and Costs
20 hours
AWS Academy Cloud Architecting
  • Introduction to AWS Cloud Architecting
  • IAM and EC2
  • High Availability and Scalability: ELB & ASG
  • AWS Fundamentals: RDS + Aurora + ElastiCache
  • Route 53
  • Classic Solutions Architecture Discussions
  • Amazon S3 Introduction
  • AWS CLI, SDK, IAM Roles & Policies
  • Decoupling applications: SQS, SNS, Kinesis, …
  • Serverless Overviews from a Solution Architect Persp…
  • Databases in AWS
  • Networking – VPC
  • Other Services like CICD Introduction, CloudFormation Intro, CloudFormation Hands-On, ECS Introduction, Step Functions & SWF, EMR, AWS Glue, OpsWorks, ElasticTranscoder, AWS Organizations, AWS Workspaces, AppSync
40 hours
AWS Academy Cloud Developing
  • Introduction to AWS Certified Developer Associate
  • IAM + EC2
  • ELB + ASG + EBS
  • Amazon S3
  • AWS CLI, SDK, IAM Roles & Policies
  • AWS Elastic Beanstalk
  • AWS CICD: CodeCommit, CodePipeline, CodeBuild, CodeDeploy
  • AWS CloudFormation
  • AWS Monitoring & Audit: CloudWatch, X-Ray and CloudTrail
  • AWS Integration & Messaging: SQS, SNS & Kinesis
  • AWS Serverless: Lambda
  • AWS Serverless: DynamoDB
  • AWS Serverless: API Gateway &Cognito
  • AWS Serverless: SAM - Serverless Application Model
  • ECS, ECR &Fargate - Docker in AWS
  • AWS Security & Encryption: KMS, Encryption SDK, SSM Parameter Store
  • AWS Other Services like AWS Other Services - Section Introduction, Section Overview, AWS CloudFront, Step Functions and SWF, AWS SES, Summary of Databases (OLTP, OLAP, NOSQL, CACHE), Amazon Certificate Manager (ACM)
40 hours

 

UiPATH RPA

Robotic automation aims to use a computer to manipulate existing application software (CRMs, ERPs, help desk, claim applications) in the same way a person works with those systems and the presentation layer to perform a specific task.

UiPath RPA is an enterprise computing platform dedicated to automating business processes. It provides process modelling, change management, deployment management, access control, remote execution and scheduling, execution monitoring, auditing, and analytics in full compliance with the enterprise security and governance best practices.

S.No Duration No of Participants
1 19-10-19 to 24-10-19 5
2 13-1-2020 58
UiPATH RPA Training Content
Content No. of Hours
  • Lecture I - Robotic Process Automation – Introduction, Working
  • Lecture I – UiPath – Basics, Installation and Understanding User Interface Components
  • Lecture III – Keyboard Shortcuts & Customization
  • Lecture IV – Automation Projects and Their Debugging
  • Lecture V – Workflow Design 1
  • Lecture VI – Workflow Design 1I
  • Lecture VII – Variables and Arguments
  • Lecture VIII –Recording
  • Lecture IX –Data scraping and screen scraping
  • Lecture X –Excel Automation
  • Lecture XI –PDF Data Extraction & Automation
  • Lecture XII –Email Automation
36 hours

 

AAKANSHA BHARDWAJ, 4th year, Computer Science and Engineering, placed in TCS.
It was a great experience as well as learning process through the procedure followed in the placement interview. It made me to find out my strength and weakness, hence whole journey was a tremendous learning process. I would like to thank MIET for putting so much effort on the students and helping us for our betterment. Every process of interview is designed so properly that help us to filter out best in ourselves as well as the people looking for great talent. I think there are so many opportunities for the students which will not be anywhere else. At last, I would like to thank MIET once again for offering and making ourselves proud with so many opportunities.

ADEETI GUPTA, a student of final year CSE got placed in Wipro
Hello everyone, I am ADEETI GUPTA, a student of final year CSE got placed in Wipro. This college has made me confident and equipped me to face any kind of challenges in life. The relentless support of all the faculty members helped me to excel in my academic pursuits. Thus, I could be a constant performer throughout the semesters . All thanks to our college and the faculties. Not only studies but this college has provided us with enough refreshment and entertainment through regular cultural programmes like college fest, freshers' welcome, farewell ceremony etc. To sum up, this college has offered us a blend of lively campus life along with academic discipline which is necessary to lead one's way to a perfect success.

PALLAV MULCHANDANI Final year CSE placed in INFOSYS.
These four years were indeed a life transforming experience at MIET College..The expertise of the teachers coupled with a strong administration and extra-curricular learning facilities have helped me to develop the professional skills necessary to sustain myself in dynamically changing work environment.

Mansi Malik, 4th year, Computer Science and Engineering, placed in TCS.
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the Meerut Institute of Engineering and Technology is known to be enriched with edge-cutting technologies. Presently, the department runs BTech, and MTech programs and is engaged in cutting edge research with knowledgable projects and consultancies. Many of the nation's leading experts, educationists and consultants in computer science today are the alumni of this department. Moreover the events conducted by this department help students to learn and develop their skills everyday. These include codezilla which is an annual contest, and various technical fests.Here the main concern is to make students participative and indulge in various contest with great enthusiasm.

Himanshi Panwar, final year CSE got placed in Hytech Professionals
Hello everyone, I am Himanshi Panwar, a student of final year CSE got placed in Hytech Professionals. The field in computer science in our college is vast like machine learning , computer graphics etc but all of them requires necessary coding which can be learnt easily by our professors in labs .We do have extra labs through which we learn any programming lang really well it can be either c, c++ ,java, python. Cs is one such field where there is no end to topics ,fields of learning keeps expanding. We have extra seminars on cloud computing international conferences . The department helps one to be very clear about the fundamentals of computer and also to concentrate on how things works behind the computer to be successful in this field. Motivates to Participate/organize coding events also generate our confidence towards our technical skills.At last one must complete assignments on time and maintain a good CGPA and focus more on technical subjects like OS,DAA,CN,DS,AI which plays a major role during the placements.

Jessica Spencer Final year CSE placed in Wipro 
MIET is the best place to enhance your career.You can learn new things under design thinking.Our computer science department act as great platform for enhancing our technical skills by providing AWS,SAP,Salesforce,Java,Python,Machine Learning and conducting many more workshops and labs regularly for students . Faculty support their students to find and explore so that they can reach to greater heights with good grades .Moreover college provide 100% placements.

Mehul Varshney Final year CSE placed in TCS
Computer science department is one of the most important departments in any college because IT is the field that is most trending nowadays. Our department is growing and updating with all the new technologies. CS department not only focus on syllabus but also we have extra seminars and labs for AWS ,SAP ,Salesforce , R language and Adobe analytics and the list can go on . These not only help us to stay updated but also get good placements from our college.

Industrial Visit

In contrast to encourage students to get awared of latest technologies an industrial visit was held on 18th Jan 2020 at MCN Infotech pvt ltd noida in association with C# Corner. Total of 55 students of CS and IT visited to concerned company. It was 4 hours of session, there students learned about various cyber security attacks, evolution of virtual reality to augmented reality, and it's applications.

Departmental activities to improve academia FDP (In House)

  • Faculty Development Program on DIP on Dec-2019 Download Details Outcome
  • A 5 days workshop on Salesforce technology DEV-402 (Declarative Development For Platform App Builders).
  • In-house Training on SIMIO and LATEX on 21st Nov 2018.
  • Four day FDP on Machine Learning conducted by Department of Computer Science and Engineering from 22nd to 26th June 2018.
  • Faculty Development Program on Machine Learning at Department of Computer Science & Information Technology from January 15th to 20th 2018.
  • A workshop on R language at MIET from October 12 to 14 2017.
  • Open Source Technology through ICT conducted by department of Computer Science and Engineering at MIET from 20th August 2016 to 2nd September 2016.
  • A Short term Course on Optimization using Matlab from 24-oct-16 to 28-oct-16
  • A Faculty Development Program on Cloud Computing from 05-dec-16 to 09-dec-16
  • A Short term Course on Big data Programming and Foundation of descriptive analytics using Cognos BI from 17- nov-15 to 20-nov-15
  • Advanced Microcontroller and Microprocessor through ICT conducted by Electrical Engineering department from 14th September 2015 to 18th September 2015.
  • A Faculty Development Program on Computer Programming from 20-may-14 to 21-may-14.
  • A Faculty Development Program on Fundamental of Cloud Security and Application Security form 22-dec-2014 to 26-dec-2014
  • A Faculty Development Program was organized RAD from 28-10-13 to 31-10-13
  • A Faculty Development Program was organized DB2 from 26/7/2012 to 28/7/2012

FDP_STC_Seminar attended by faculties (In House and Outside)

Guest lectures by industrialists and Academicians etc.

  • CSE Dept. of MIET College had organized a guest lecture on cloud computing for the students of 3rd year in M block on 21-jan-2020. The speaker for the lecture was Dr. Mani Madhukar, Who is presently working as Program Manager, University Relations, IBM india.
    In his lecture Dr. Madhurkar discussed about cloud technology, difference between public cloud and private cloud, advantages of using cloud in current market scenario, Micro Services on cloud etc.
  • A workshop on Adobe Spark, under Adobe Digital Disha on 9th Feb 2019, by Adobe expert Mr. Sandeep Sharma and Mr. Dev Preet. The workshop focused on web page creation, creating videos, graphics for making posters, twitter headers and many more digital innovations. 
  • A workshop on Cyber Security on 19th Dec 2018, by industry expert Mr. Ambrish Nigam, Business head Edufruit.com.
  • A session on cyber security conducted by department of CSE in association with Cryptus Cyber Security Pvt. Ltd. on 10th Dec. 2018, Topic of the session were Career in Cyber Security, SQL injections, ethical hacking etc.
  • A workshop of SAP and Sales-force success factor for students on 8 Dec 2018 (Saturday) by industrial experts.
  • Sharad Kapoor, Project Manager, Tata Consultancy Services, delivered to CSE 5th sem students lecture on “Preparing for interviews” on 24/7/2018.
  • Prasenjit Das, Chief Information Security Officer, Tata Consultancy Services addressed 3rd year students focusing on Cyber Security.
  • An interaction was scheduled between 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM on 09/3/2018 for B.Tech CSE 3rd year students with Mr. Mani Madhukar, (Program Manager, University relations, IBM India Pvt. Ltd.) on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.
  • A Lecture on “Cloud Computing” was delivered by TCS officials on 3/11/2015 from 10:00 to 12:00 P.M to pre-final year students.
  • IBM Executive, Mr. Mani Madhukar delivered a talk on TGMC and discussed about various projects with IBM on 7/2/214 from 01:30 to 05:00 P.M to CSE pre-final students.
  • Microsoft expert delivered a talk on latest technologies like cloud computing, current trends and discussed about Microsoft Academic Programs on 20/03/2013 from 09:30 to 11:30 P.M.
  • A lecture on Cloud Computing delivered by TCS experts on 9/11/2012 at 10:30 A.M to CSE 3rd year students.

Mr. Dushyant Joshi (2000-2004), Tech Lead at CISCO Systems
MIET, this name itself a brand and we are still connected with it. The foundation that supported us with care as the all-powerful does. The staff support was finished and past points of confinement with solid expectations to shape us to flawlessness. The 4 years of time went through with this foundation was the best time we had in our life and each minute spent right now still valuable. The information and change we had with this school is simply the explanation we find effective today.

Mr. Gopal Datt Joshi(2000-2004),VP of Data Science at NOODLE.AI
College life was the best excursion of my life. At whatever point I recollect my College days, I get tears in my eyes. The four years resembled four  days for me which finished quick. Yet, during nowadays numerous recollections have been made. Condition of MIET was pleasant simply like a family. The instructors resembled a spine for me, companions were the explanation behind my grin and youngsters resembled more youthful kin. Everybody perceived my ability with great enthusiasm consistently.

Mr. Vikash Chauhan(2000-2004),Technical Architect at Harman
Words for MIET: MIET is a place of information and joy. It has given me a great situation and chance to learn and develop myself in each field. In MIET I have got the lift for reads as well as for other curricular exercises too. I have unending adoration and backing from my educators at each progression. They have urged me to clean my concealed abilities in number of ways. MIET was not a college to me but rather it resembled a Family and turning into a MIET'ian was outstanding amongst other choice I am pleased to be MIET'ian !

Project Details (2016-20)

S.No. ROLL NO. NAME PROJECT GUIDE
1 1606810151 HIMANSHU SHARMA Alumni Connector Ms. Nidhi Tawra
2 1606810176 MANISHKA GAUTAM
3 1606810152 HIMANSHU SHUKLA
  1601613020 HIMANSHU SHARMA
4 1606810181 MAYANK CHAUHAN
5 1606810047 AKSHAY GUPTA Sarthi/Social Engineering : Attack and Prevention/HAPPY SHOPPING Dr. Vimal Kumar
6 1606810026 ADITYA SACHDEVA
7 1606810044 AKSHAT SINGHAL Driver Drowsiness Detection Mr. Sunil Kr. Verma
8 1606810364 VIDHI TYAGI Women safety using IOT and OM2M Mr. Vijay Kr. Sharma
9 1606810288 SHIVAM ARORA
10 1606810283 SATTYAM GUPTA
11 1606810069 ANSHIKA Health care data analysis using big data hadoop Mr. Arpesh Singh
12 1606810079 APOORVA
13 1606810108 AYUSHI AGARWAL
14 1606810089 ARUSHI JAITLEY
15 1606810007 AASHUTOSH SEHGAL Real estate website Mr. Vishal Jayaswal
16 1606810012 ABHINAV CHAUDHARY
17 1606810038 AJAY SHARAWAT
18 1606810027 ADITYA SANGWAN
19 1606810268 RIYA BENIWAL E-waste prediction and management through traffic analysis Mrs. Shivani Rohilla
20 1606810295 SHIVANG
21 1606810329 TANIYA CHAUDHARY
22 1606810276 SAKSHI TYAGI
23 1606810086 ARPIT JAIN Bike sharing demand system (J) Mr. Arpesh Singh
24 1606810101 AVNISH KUMAR
25 1606810091 ASHEESH TYAGI
26 1606810084 ARPAN JAIN
27 1606810171 MADHUR MITTAL Creation of LVS table for Book Domain by Hidden Web Exposure(J) Ms. Gunjan Sharma
28 1606810146 HARSHIT JAIN
29 1606810169 MADHAV GOEL
30 1606810149 HIMANSHU CHAUHAN
31 1606810323 SPARSH AGARWAL Adaptive Text Summarization(J) Mr. Vivek Kumar
32 1606810335 TARUSHI CHAUDHARY
33 1606810349 UMANG GUPTA
34 1606810343 TWINKLE KAPOOR
35 1606810004 AAKASH KUMAR Copy prevention of project report for institution (J) Mr. Yogendra Narayan Prajapati
36 1606810037 AJAY PRATAP SINGH
37 1606810001 A B DIVYANSHU
38 1606810160 KASHISH DESHWAL I(CHATBOT) Ms. Deepika Gupta
39 1606810188 MEHUL VARSHNEY
40 1606810148 HIMANSHI PANWAR
41 1606810220 PARAS LAKHANI
42 1606810275 SAKSHAM SINGHAL Design and implementation of boolean reterival model(J) Mrs. Ravinder Kaur
43 1606810289 SHIVAM GARG
44 1606810287 SHIVAM KUMAR
45 1606810280 SANYAM JAIN
46 1606810126 DISHEAK AHLAWAT Prediction of average and perceived polarity in online journalism Mr. Vinod Kumar
47 1606810130 DIVYANSH KHARE
48 1606810177 MANSI
  1606810140 GAURAV YADAV
49 1606810132 DIVYANSHI TYAGI
50 1606810096 ATUL CHAUDHARY Automatics trading system for Bitcoin Mr. Vinod Kumar
51 1606810088 ARUSH AGRAWAL
52 1606810212 NIKITA GUPTA Common Corporate Social Responsibility Portal(J) Ms. Bhawna Gupta
53 1606810179 MANSI MISHRA
54 1606810210 NEHA KUMARI
55 1606810376 YUVRAJ SHUKLA Smart Home Ms. Swati Jain
56 1606810374 VIVEK KUMAR
57 1706810901 ANUNAYA KAUSHIK
58 1606810360 VARUN KUMAR
59 1606810061 ANCHAL BALIYAN Automatic vechile license plate detectipn and recognization Mr. Vishal Jayaswal
60 1606810064 ANJALI SAINI
61 1606810043 AKASH RAO
62 1606810055 AMIT YADAV
63 1606810312 SHUBAM RAJORA Child Protection App Ms. Shivani Rohilla
64 1606810313 SHUBHAM BHARDWAJ
65 1606810330 TANIYA PUNDIR
66 1606810338 TULIKA KHANDURI
67 1606810094 ASHU SHARMA Virtual reality based classroom Mr. Nagresh Kumar
68 1606810103 AYUSH ARORA
69 1606810124 DHANANJAY KUMAR
70 1606810118 CHARCHIT TYAGI
71 1606810029 AHTASHAM ANSARI Face recognization for missing person finder Ms. Anuradha Taluja
72 1606810028 ADITYA SINGH
73 1506810141 KOMAL
74 1606810019 ABHISHEK SAGAR
75 1606810258 RAVI SONI Disease detection using chest x-ray scans by applying deep learning techniques. Ms. Sonika Jalhotra
76 1606810271 ROHAN SINGH GUSAIN
77 1606810296 SHIVANG MALIK
78 1606810285 SHADIB SHAH
79 1606810281 SARTHAK DHASMANA Online Voting System(J) Ms. Sonika Jalhotra
80 1606810282 SARTHAK RANA
81 1606810291 SHIVAM SAROHA
82 1606810284 SAURABH KAUSHIK
83 1606810131 DIVYANSH SINGH Online E waste management system Ms. Pragya Gaur
84 1606810123 DEVESH KUMAR
85 1606810127 DIVYAM CHOUDHARY
86 1606810077 ANUSHA MUDGAL Smart City Mrs. Shivani Rohilla
87 1606810073 ANURADHA KUMARI
88 1606810080 ARCHIT AGARWAL
89 1606810078 APOORV MITTAL
90 1606810184 MAYANK JINDAL Common Corporate Social Responsibility Portal(J) Ms. Bhawna Gupta
91 1606810168 LAKSHAY GUGLANI
92 1606810141 GUNJALI MOORJANI
93 1606810144 HARSH MALIK Human pose and behaviour detection Ms. Simarpreet Kaur
94 1606810178 MANSI MALIK
95 1606810319 SIDDHANT MALIK
96 1606810114 BHASKAR ARYA Online Learning driving test Ms. Simarpreet Kaur
97 1606810113 BHARAT CHAUDHARY
98 1606810357 VAIBHAV SINGH Notes Genie(J) Mr. Pradeep Chauhan
99 1606810320 SIDDHARTH VERMA
100 1606810327 SURYA PRATAP SINGH
101 1606810129 DIVYANK BHARDWAJ Social Cop Mr. Shailendra Kumar Singh
102 1606810137 GARVIT SAHRAWAT
103 1606810174 MAHIMA SAXENA
104 1606810170 MADHAV TYAGI
105 1606810215 NISHANT SHARMA real time accident detection system Dr. Mukesh Rawat
106 1606810239 PRATYUSH GARG
107 1606810305 SHREASHTH SAHU
108 1606810228 PRAGATI GUPTA
109 1606810186 MEENU RANA Secure certfication via blockchain Mr. Puneet Mittal
110 1606810277 SAKSHI TYAGI
111 1606810318 SHWETA
112 1606810142 GURUSEVAK SINGH
113 1606810328 SWECHA MITTAL Comparision clustering using cosine and fuzzy set(J) Ms. Priyanka Bhardwaj
114 1606810334 TANYA THAPAR
115 1606810348 UMANG CHAUDHARY
116 1606810325 SRIJAN NARAYAN
117 1606810136 ESHANI AGARWAL friend affinity finder(J) Dr. Mukesh Rawat
118 1606810134 DIVYANSHU GAUR
119 1606810135 ENOSH KUMAR
120 1606810138 GAURAV GOSWAMI
121 1606810099 AVANI JAIN High level ordering of web pages Mr. Baldivya Mitra
122 1606810154 JESSICA SPENCER
123 1606810256 RASHI GOEL
124 1606810314 SHUBHAM CHAUDHARY Birth Death registration with services(J) Dr. Vinesh Kumar
125 1606810265 RISHAV SINGH
126 1606810273 RUBAN AHMED
127 1606810315 SHUBHAM GUPTA
128 1606810263 RISHABH SAXENA skin cancer analyzer using convolutional neutral networks. Ms. Shaili Singhal
129 1606810143 HARSH GUPTA
130 1606810147 HARTIK BHATIA
131 1606810125 DHEERAJ GIRI
132 1606813017 DIVYANSH JINDAL Smart Health Monitering System Mr. Vishal Jayaswal
133 1606810375 YASH GUPTA
134 1606810371 VISHALDEEP SHARMA
135 1606810340 TUSHAR DALEL
136 1606810122 DEVENDRA NATH TIWARI E - Attendance App Mr. Davesh Singh Som
137 1606810081 ARCHIT BAJPAI
138 1606810257 RAUSHAN RANJAN
139 1606810074 ANURAG KUMAR
140 1606810166 KRITIKA DUTTA Eco-pedals Mr. Sanjay Kr. Sonker
141 1606810183 MAYANK JAIN
142 1606810310 SHREYA MITTAL
143 1606810307 SHREYA BISHNOI
144 1606810054 Amit khasayp Java based software robot for automatic email extraction(J) Ms. Shaili Singhal
  1606810015 Abhishek Kansal
145 1606810058 ANANT GUPTA
146 1606810104 AYUSH KAUSHIK
147 1606810119 DEEPAK PANCHAL WebApp(food service) Mrs. Gunjan Sharma
148 1606810102 AVTAR SINGH SHISHODIA
149 1606810120 DEVANSH GARG
150 1606810072 ANUJ PANWAR
151 1606810172 MAHAVEER SINGH Twitter Sentiment Analysis(J) Mr. Varun Kumar
152 1606810157 KAMAL KUMAR SAINI
  1606810156 KAMAL KANT SANGAL
153 1606810158 KARTIK SHARMA
154 1606810046 AKSHAY CHAUHAN Indian Voting System Improvement Mr. Varun Kumar
155 1606810298 SHIVANGI GUPTA
156 1606810041 AKASH BISHWAS
157 1606810010 ABHAY GOSWAMI
158 1606810109 AYUSHI BHARDWAJ Cost effective parking system Mr. Sunil Kr. Verma
159 1606810116 BHAVYA JAIN
160 1606810066 ANKIT SIROHI
161 1606810112 AYUSHI VASHISHT
162 1606810092 ASHISH YADAV security breaching system Ms. Anchal Choudhary
163 1606810326 SUMIT KUMAR
164 1606810308 SHREYA GOEL
165 1606810115 BHAVYA GHANSHANI
166 1606810110 AYUSHI GUPTA
167 1606810356 VAIBHAV SINGH Lost and found system Ms. Surbhi Jain
168 1606810365 VIKAL SINGH
169 1606810345 UJJAWAL SAXENA
170 1606810362 VASU GARG
171 1606810051 AMAN BANSAL E-commerce shopify(J) Ms. Divya Rathi
172 1606810002 AAKANSHA BHARDWAJ
173 1606810056 AMRIT JAIN
174 1606810100 AVANTIKA MITTAL Herirachical clustering (J) Ms. Swati Jain
175 1606810090 ARUSHI TYAGI
176 1606810093 ASHU GARG
177 1606810070 ANUBHAV SAGAR
178 1606810068 ANKUSH YADAV Desktop voice assistant using python for visually impaired. Mr. Umang Rastogi
179 1606810053 AMAN SINGH
180 1606810067 ANKUR SINDHU
181 1606810062 ANIKET SHARMA
182 1606810165 PRASHANT SHUKLA Implemntation of b.C on crimanlity recogniztion ch. Mr. Pratik Srivastva
183 1606810253 RAHUL TYAGI
184 1606810063 ANISH TYAGI
185 1606810036 AJAY PRATAP Employee attendance monitoring system Mr. Baldivya Mitra
186 1606810034 AJAY GOEL
187 1606810039 AJAY SINGH
188 1606810030 AIJAZ AHMAD
189 1606810175 MANISH SHARMA Real time object detection for safety Ms. Pragya Gaur
190 1606810303 SHOBHIT KUMAR TALIYAN
191 1606810255 RAJVENDRA SINGH
192 1606810197 MRIDUL NAMDEV
193 1606810337 TRIPTI JAIN Path Clearing Of Emergency Vehicles Using Sensors/IOT based Biometric Attendance System Ms. Swati Jain
194 1606810350 URVASHI TOMAR
195 1606810347 UMANG ARORA
196 1606810052 AMAN GUPTA Smart electrical pole Ms. Anchal Choudhary
197 1606810023 ADARSH BASHYAN
198 1606810059 ANANT GUPTA
199 1606810040 AKASH GUPTA
200 1606813060 vaishnavi Garg
201 1606810266 RITHIK SIROHI Build a web based financial graph of share market Ms. Ravinder Kaur
202 1606810269 RIYA DESHWAL
203 1606810299 SHIVANGI PATHAK
204 1606810226 PRACHI SHARMA content based image classification Mr. Baldivay Mitra(changed on 10-10-2019)
205 1606810200 MUSKAAN MAHESHWARI
206 1606810236 PRATEEK AGARWAL
207 1606810245 PRIYANSHI AGGARWAL
208 1606810011 ABHAY KANSAL Searching information within a website Dr. Harish Kr. Taluja
209 1606810153 ISHITA MITTAL
210 1606810302 SHIVANSH CHAUDHARY
211 1606810017 ABHISHEK KUMAR
212 1606810372 VITUL PANWAR Parking managemet Mr. Sanjay Kr. Sonker
214 1606810352 UTKARSH AGARWAL
215 1606810341 TUSHAR GARG
216 1606810204 MUSKAN VERMA Inverted Indexed based search engine (changed on 5-10-2019)(J) Mr. Manoj Kumar
217 1606810203 MUSKAN TYAGI
218 1606810219 PALLAVI RANI
219 1606810209 NEHA GUPTA
220 1606810014 ABHISHEK JAIN Talking Hands Dr. Neelam Shrivastava
221 1606810020 ABHISHEK SHARMA
222 1606813022 KOPAL GARG
223 1606810022 ABHISHEKH PRATAP SINGH
224 1606810005 AAKASH RAJPUT Brain Tumor detection using neural network Mr. Umang Rastogi
225 1606810031 AISHWARY AGARWAL
226 1606810189 MITALI NARAYAN
227 1606810229 PRAGYA MITTAL Credit Card Fraud Detection Mr. Varun Kumar
228 1606810254 RAJAT KUMAR SHARMA
229 1606810262 RISHABH RASTOGI
230 1606813055 TANMAY GARG Secure encrypted image parsing over server Mr. Vijay Kr. Sharma, Ms. Mohini singh
233 1606831024 Ashish aggarwal (ECE)
234 1606810359 VARTIT GARG A Platform to Gather Innovative Ideas(J) Mr. Puneet Mittal
235 1606810353 UTKARSH SHARMA
236 1606810331 TANMAY RAJPUT
237 1606810370 VISHAL BALIYAN
238 1606810013 ABHINAV KUMAR Face recognization based criminal identification system Ms. Anuradha Taluja
239 1606810008 AAYUSH CHAUDHARY
240 1606810048 AKSHAY MALIK
241 1606810003 AAKASH JAIN
242 1606810293 SHIVAM VATS Home security system using machine learning Mr. Manoj Kumar
243 1606810230 PRAKHAR TIWARI
244 1606810199 MUNESHWAR MISHRA
245 1606810278 SAMARTH SINGHAL
246 1606810060 ANANYA PRAJAPATI fashion product image classification Ms. Surbhi Jain
247 1606813053 SONAL SHARMA
248 1606813037 PRIYA
249 1606810057 ANAMIKA KAUSHIK
250 1606810198 MUKUL SHARMA Detecting the Heart Attack Symptoms Mr. Vinod Kumar
251 1606810237 PRATEEK JAKHAR
252 1606810249 PULKIT RAJPUT
253 1606810195 MOHIT SINGH
254 1606810270 RIYA SINGH Travel Mangement App Ms. Simarpreet Kaur
255 1606810264 RISHABH VERMA
256 1606810259 RESHU TOMAR
257 1606810107 AYUSHI SINGH Housing prices under the effcet of air pollution Ms. Anjali Sharma
258 1606810133 DIVYANSHU GARG
259 1606810214 NIPUN JAIN
260 1606810139 GAURAV MULTANI
261 1606810187 MEGHA SINGHAL Real time vechile assistance system Ms. Bhawna Gupta
262 1606810213 NIMISH JAIN
263 1606810222 PIYUSH MITTAL
264 1606810164 KM SALONI AGGARWAL Hotel management Mr. Shailendra Kumar Singh
265 1606810163 KM HIMANSHI
266 1606810162 KEERTI CHAUHAN
267 1606810085 ARPIT AGARWAL Currency recognization system Mrs. Mariya Khurshid Ansari
268 1606810087 ARPIT RANA
269 1606810097 ATUL TIWARI
270 1606810106 AYUSH SOM
271 1606810173 MAHIMA BHARDWAJ Bi lingual real time information analysis systen using anaconda Ms. Swati Sharma(IT)
272 1606810155 KAJAL KUMARI
273 1606810248 PULKIT GOEL Sign langugae recognization system Mr. Rohit Aggarwal
274 1606810202 MUSKAN RASTOGI
275 1606810050 AMAN MITTAL
276 1606810246 PRIYASH SRIVASTAVA
277     For online Job Applications received by NIELIT, the credentials of Candidates (if available on Digital Locker or any other repository) should be verified instantly online Mr. Rohit Aggarwal
278 1606810192 MOHD FAISAL
279 1606810272 ROHIT KUMAR
280 1606810274 SAJAN ARORA Advance speech Recognization system Dr. Vimal Kumar
281 1606810290 SHIVAM GUPTA
282 1606810361 VARUN SHARMA
283 1606810367 VIPUL TYAGI
284 1606810306 SHREY SHUKLA patient case similarity Ms. Priyanka Bhardwaj
285 1606810369 VISHAKHA SHARMA
286 1606810332 TANNYA MITTAL
287 1606810339 TUSHAR BABBAR
288 1606810006 AASHREY SINGH face recognization system as per user end to end privilages Mr. Nagresh Kumar
290 1606810042 AKASH GUPTA One point office solution Mr. Pradeep Chauhan
291 1606810065 ANKIT RAWAT
295 1506810078 ARJUN NEHRA performance evaluation and job seeking Mrs. Mariya Khurshid Ansari
296 1606810105 AYUSH SINGH
297 1606810121 DEVANSH MITTAL
298     Artificial Intelligence System Dr. Neelam Shrivastava
299 1606810145 HARSH SHARMA
300 1606810216 NITIN KUMAR
301 1606810193 MOHD SUBOOR Online used medicine resale Mrs. Mariya Khurshid Ansari
302 1606810191 MOHD ASIF
303 1606810190 MOHD ANAS ANSARI
304 1606810223 POOJA GOEL Attendance system using face recognization Mrs. Mariya Khurshid Ansari
305 1606810194 MOHD WAEL
306 1606810205 NAKUL TYAGI
307 1606810207 NAMAN CHIKARA Voice Based Email System Mrs. Shivani Rohilla
308 1606810235 PRATEEK GROVER
309 1606810244 PRIYAM KHERA
310 1606810218 PALLAV MULCHANDANI
311 1606810221 PIYUSH BHATTI
314 1606810232 PRANJAL GUPTA Development in Women Safety Device Ms. Anjali Sharma
315 1606810233 PRANJUL GOEL
316 1606810201 MUSKAN JAIN
317 1606810025 ADEETI GUPTA
318 1606810240 PREET AHLAWAT Mycube banking solution Mr.Pratik Srivastva
319 1606810241 PREET PANWAR
320 1606810242 PRINCE ANEJA
321 1606810243 PRINCE CHAUHAN
322 1606810261 RISHABH DEV Vehicle Servicing Tracking System/A lightweight authentication protocol for health care syetems Mr. Puneet Mittal
323 1606810286 SHEKHAR CHOUDHARY
324 1606810294 SHIVAM YADAV
325 1606810301 SHIVANI SINGH robotic process for exam. Notification(J) Ms. Deepika Gupta
327 1606810304 SHRADDHA GAUTAM
328 1606810309 SHREYA GUPTA
329 1606810311 SHRISHTI PANWAR
330 1606810321 SIDHARTH JAIN Home Labs(Online service provider) Mr. Vishal Jayaswal
331 1606810324 SPARSH GUPTA
332 1606810336 TAVISHI GUPTA
333 1606810342 TUSHIT AGARWAL
334 1506810296 SHUBHAM GOYAL (Re Admited) lyrical Sentiment analysis Mr. Yogendra Narayan Prajapati
335 1606810346 UMANG RASTOGI
336 1606810351 UTKARSH AGARWAL
337 1606810358 VARCHSVA ARYA
338 1606810363 VENKAT
339 1606810225 PRACHI GUPTA Able and Disable comunicater Mr. Vijay Kr. Sharma
340 1606810206 NAMAN MALIK
341 1606810251 RACHIT ARORA
342 1606810260 RIDDHI JAIN
343 1606810049 AKSHAY TYAGI Face Detection Security System On AWS Mr. Vijay Kr. Sharma
344 1606810292 SHIVAM SINGHAL
345 1606810279 SAMBHAV JAIN
346 1606810128 DIVYAM TYAGI
347 1606810111 AYUSHI OMRAY Block chain based ledger system Ms. Divya Rathi
348 1606810297 SHIVANGI
349 1606810354 VAIBHAV MITTAL
350 1606810045 AKSHAY BANSAL File management system(J) Dr. Vinesh Kumar
351 1606810159 KARTIK SINGHAL
352 1606810238 PRATHAM SHARMA
353 1606810211 NIKHIL KUMAR
354 1606810150 HIMANSHU GUPTA Game Designed using Neural Network Ms. Nidhi Tawra
355 1606810208 NAMAN MITTAL
356 1606810250 PUNEET GUPTA
357 1606810252 RAGHAV BANSAL
358 1606810165 KRISHANT KUMAR PATHAK Online Attendance Sytem using GPS Mr. Baldivya Mitra
359 1606810355 VAIBHAV SHARMA
  1606810076 Anurag Yadav
360 DIPLOMA SHUBHAM SHUKLA
361 1606810333 TANYA SHARMA Leaf diseases detection Mr. Vishal Jayaswal
362 1606810317 SHUBHI SHARMA
363 1606810322 SONIKA TYAGI Blockchain based c2c marker places Dr. Vimal Kumar
364 1606810180 MANVI BHARDWAJ
365 1606810300 SHIVANI GARG
366 1606810167 KUSHAGRA AGARWAL
367 1606810373 VIVEK GUPTA Health Advisory System Dr. Vinesh Kumar
368 1606810161 KAVI RAJ
369 1606810182 MAYANK CHAUHAN
370 1606810185 MAYANK PANT
371 1606810344 UDAI KUMAR Online voting system with face recognization Mrs. Ravinder Kaur
372 1606813040 RISHAB
373 1606810083 ARJUN SRIVASTAVA
374 1606810075 ANURAG YADAV