Computer Science and Engineering

BVC Engineering College

Computer Science and Engineering

About Computer Science and Engineering

Computer Engineering is a derivative of Electrical Engineering that deals with design of digital hardware and software systems including communications systems, computers and devices that contain computers devices such as cell phones, digital audio players, digital video recorders alarm systems, x-ray machines, and laser surgical tools all require integration of hardware and embedded software, and are all the result of computer engineering. The primary objective of the Computer Engineering Technology program is to prepare graduates to pursue careers related to manufacturing, integration and support of computer systems. Emphasis is placed on specific job skills required of entry level professionals in computer industry, including systems analysis and design, data administration, oral and written communication and management principles.

Who should take it?

An individual with an interest in Science and Maths thinks logically and has an analytical bent of mind with inquisitive nature to solve problems.



Computer Engineers have career opportunities with small and big companies in the areas such as Project management in software and hardware production, team development, resources and market relations, knowledge management and transfer in digital formats, public and private sector R&D, computer programming and analysis, integration of computer systems, administration of computer systems, administration of complex networks.


Department Profile

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering was established in 1998 with an intake of 40 and subsequently, the intake was enhanced to 120 from the academic year 2007-2008.The department is headed by Dr. G. Jena with Teaching experience of 24 years. There are 38 faculty members and the composition is 03 Professors, 08 Associate Professors and 27 Assistant Professors, 31 members have M.Tech qualification. Four of our faculty members are pursing Ph.D in reputed universities.

The department has an MOU with Oracle Workforce Development Program. Industry oriented training is offered all the students on latest technologies like Android, PHP, JQuery, java script and HTML.

The department has started two new PG Programs viz. M.Tech in CSE and M.Tech in Software Engineering. A good number of students have brought laurels and appreciations by winning in various national level competitions. The departmental faculties are actively involving in research activities. As a result of that there are 60 publications in various national and international conferences and journals. The department has good placement record. The department has conducted workshops on MATLAB, LaTex and National conference SCTA-2011(Soft Computing Techniques and Applications). Department organizes every year Technical symposium called RESONANCE and youth festival called YUVAGALA.


Head of the Department

Name:Dr. G Jena,,,


Courses Offered

Program                                    Specialisation

B.Tech                            Computer Science Engineering

M.Tech                            Computer Science Engineering

                                               Software  Engineering



  • Computer programming

  • Object Oriented Programming

  • Data Base Management System

  • Compiler Design

  • Computer networks and Network Programming

  • Operating Systems

  • Mobile Application Development

  • UML and DP Lab

  • Free Open Source Software

  • Data Structures

  • Linux Programming

  • IT Workshop

  • Advanced Data Structures

  • Java Programming

  • Web Technologies

  • Software Engineering


Major Subjects

  • Data Base Management System

  • Compiler Design

  • Computer Networks

  • Object oriented programming through C++

  • Java Programming

  • Operating Systems

  • Data Warehousing & Data Mining

  • Web Technologies

  • Software Engineering

  • Computer Graphic

  • Mobile Computing



Department Goals

Short Range Goals:
  • To achieve 90%-100% results.

  • To have linkages with industry for training & placement, projects and curriculum management.

  • To inculcate professional behavior in students through seminars, mock interviews etc.

  • Improve placement opportunities for students.

  • To develop research oriented work culture among faculty and students.

  • To conduct national and international workshops, seminars and paper contests.

  • Develop an exclusive R & D Centre in the Department.

Long Term Goals:
  • To achieve 90 % on campus recruitment of students in reputed multinational companies.

  • To develop projects for leading software companies for the prospective placements of the students.

  • Expansion of educational services in association with leading National and International institutions and leading industries.

  • Developing the projects into real time products, so that the technology reaches the common man.


Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

P1:   BVC Graduates shall have strong foundation in basic sciences, mathematics, Engineering fundamental and in computer science engineering subjects in addition to proficiency to computer programming and use of modern tools and technologies.

P2:   BVC Graduates will be successfully engaged in careers in software and hardware and allied fields as eminent engineers and managers.

P3:   BVC Graduates will be prepared for continued professional development through postgraduate studies in engineering and allied fields and through life-long learning.

P4:   BVC Graduates will have demonstrated practices and skills in professional attitude, teamwork, leadership, values, ethics and communication.


Program outcomes (POs)

  1. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering

  2. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data

  3. An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability

  4. An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams

  5. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems

  6. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility

  7. An ability to communicate effectively

  8. The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context

  9. A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning

  10. A knowledge of contemporary issues

  11. An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice

  1. An ability to design and develop innovative software and hardware products




Sl.No Faculty Name Title of the publication Journal /Conferences Place Volume & Issue& Month International/National
1 N.Krishnaiah A novel approach for enhancing direct hashing and
punning for assosiation trule mining
1 A.Satya Mallesh Computing on frequent items IJCA 2/2,APRIL INT
3 K.Srinivas GDS-A Dynamic model for realtime Alert Management GIET,RAJAHMUNDRY MAR,2012 INT-C
4 B.Ganga Bhavani Paper on Reliability Channel Allocation using Genetic Algorithm in Mobile Computing ROYAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE FEB,2012 INT-C
5 Gunamani Jena Fast substraction algorithm and implementation GBFC, NAGAPUR FEB,2012 INT-C
6 P.B.V.Raja Rao Paper on Image In painting using Texture Synthesys CMR COLLEGE OF ENGG & TECHNOLOGY Jan 2012 NAT -C
7 N.Krishnaiah Clustering categorical data using node importance method JoCTA 1/2_3, Dec 11 INT
8 R.V.Satyanarayana Secured routing and QOS using DSR in MANET IJCAES 1/4, DEC2011 INT
9 P B V Rajarao Secured routing and QOS using DSR in MANET IJCAES 1/4,2011 INT
10 B S N. Murthy Secured routing and QOS using DSR in MANET IJCAES 1/4 ,DEC,2011 INT
11 N.Krishnaiah Secured routing and QOS using DSR in MANET IJCAES 1/4 ,DEC,2011 INT
12 V.S. Ramakrishna Color Histogram features based Content based retrieval IJCAES 1/4,DEC INT
13 Dr. Gunamani Jena Improved Graphical Password Authentication using MultiImage Pass Point ADCONS DEC 2011 INT-C
14 R.V.Satyanarayana New RR and SRTN algorithm with variable original time slice and intelligence time slice for soft real time system CSCTA-11,BVCEC 8/9,OCT NAT-C
15 P B V Rajarao New RR and SRTN algorithm with variable original time slice and intelligence time slice for soft real time system CSCTA-11,BVCEC 8/9,OCT NAT-C
16 Y.M S D Sastry New RR and SRTN algorithm with variable original time slice and intelligence time slice for soft real time system CSCTA-11,BVCEC 8/9,OCT NAT-C
17 K.Srinivas Clustering caterical data using node importance method CSCTA-11,BVCEC 8-9,OCT,2011 NAT-C
18 P.Mareswaramma DSR The dynamic source routing protocol for multi-hop wireless ad hoc networks CSCTA-11,BVCEC 8-9,OCT,2012 NAT-C
19 Dr. Gunamani Jena Elliptic curve Cryptography and Emerging Solution CSCTA-11,BVCEC 8-9,OCT,2011 NAT-C
20 N.Krishnaiah Modeling massive RFID data sets a gateway based movement graph approach NC4T11 11&12AUG 2011 NAT-C
21 Dr. Gunamani Jena Host to Host Congestion control for TCP with Intermediate stations ICNEAC-2011 JULY,2011 INT-C
22 Dr. Gunamani Jena Denoising of Ultrasound Images using peak-vallay ICNEAC-2011 JULY,2011 INT-C
23 G.SasiBhushanRao fuzzy cluster Quality Index Based on Decision Theory ICNEAC-2011 JULY,2011 INT-C
24 N.Krishnaiah Business Intelligence system for Actionable Knowledge Discovery ICNEAC-2011 8/10july INT-C
25 K.Srinivas Preemptive Secure Threshold Multi Signature Scheme for Distributed Enivironment ICNEAC-2011 8/10july INT-C
26 K.Srinivas Building Data Warehousees with Semantic Data NCICS-2011 28&29,JULY 2011 NAT-C
27 R.V.Satyanarayana A novel secure routing protocol for wireless sensor Networks using binary authentication tree VIGNAN Univercity,Guntur 25,26,MAR,2013 NAT-C
28 B.GangaBavani A novel secure routing protocol for wireless sensor Networks using binary authentication tree VIGNAN Univercity,Guntur 25,26,MAR,2013 NAT-C
29 P.B.V.Raja Rao Paper on A Novel Secure Routing Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks using Binary Authentication Tree ROLAND INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLGOY , BHRHAMPUR DEC 2012 NAT-C
30 P.Kiran Sree Non linear cellular automata for achieving anonymity And traceability in wireless mesh network using ticket Based security architecture IJERT 1/9,NOV INT
31 N.Krishnaiah Delay analysis of scheduling for multi hop wirelessnetwork IJACMS 3/4,OCT INT
33 P.Mareswamma Secret sharing image between end users by using Cryptography technique IJARCET 1/7,SEP INT
34 P.Mareswamma A novel semantic relation extraction for medical data analysis IJAIR 1/7SEP INT
35 V.S.RamaKrishna Enhanced way of Biometric signature verification IJCST 3/3,SEPT,2012 INT
36 R. V Satyanarayana A nodal relational approach to database Virtualization IFRSA 2/3,AUG INT
37 N.Krishnaiah Paper on A Nodal Relational Approach to Database Virtualization IFRSA BOARD AUG ,2012 INT
38 K.Srinivas Anonymous alarm to withstand dos attacks IJERT 1/6,AUG INT
39 G.Manikyalarao A nodal relational approach to database Virtualization IFRSA 2/3,AUG INT
40 R. V Satyanarayana En-rout Filtering Scheme for Dynamic Data Reporting in Wireless Sensor Networks INT
41 Y M S D Sastry Popi : Inferring router user-level tool for packet For wording priority IJCA 2/4,AUG INT
42 V.S.RamaKrishna A Glow Sort Display with Optimal Properties for Dinless and Noisy Icon possession IJCST 3/3,JULY INT
43 G.Sasi Bhushanrao Diminish additive arc in steganography using Clase- outline policy IJCST 3/3,JULY INT
44 V.S.RamaKrishna Efficiently Identifying Human Activities IJCST 3/3,JULY INT
45 B.S.N.Murthy Simulation for Explicit rate Schemes in MIMO Distributed Networks Systems IJCA JULY INT
46 R.V.Satyanarayana A novel secure routing protocol for wireless sensor Networks using binary authentication tree IOSRJ 2012 NAT
47 R. V Satyanarayana An Estimated Distance-based Routing protocol for Mobile Ad hoc Network IJCA 2/3,JUN INT
48 Y.M S D Sastry Working of nymble &enymble in anonymizing Networks to prevent misbehaving users IJCST 3/2,JUNE INT
49 A.Satya Mallesh A novel approach for continuous queries in Unstructured overlays and cluster Resilient arbitrary
50 G.Manikyalarao An Estimated Distance-based Routing protocol for Mobile Ad hoc Network IJCA 2/3,JUN INT
51 G.Sasi Bhushanrao Tracking down and simulating camouflaging Worm behavior IJCST 3/2,JUNE INT
52 P.B V Rajarao Performance up gradation of snap using Fixing method IJCST 3/2,JUN INT
53 K.Srinivas An efficient Ranking Algorithm for Spatial databases IJCA 2/3,JUN INT
54 B.S.N.Murthy Lossless visible water marking by using translucent &Opaque monochrome methods IJCA 2/3,JUNE INT
55 K.Eswar Graph Regularized Non-nagative Matrix Factoriztin for dta Reprasentation IJCA 2,3,JUN2012 INT
56 Dr. Gunamani Jena Denoising of Ultrasound Images using peak-valley filter ICNEAC-2011 APR,2011 INC-C
57 Dr. Gunamani Jena Nonlinear channel equalizer using radial basis function (rbf) network GMRIT APR,2011 INC-C
58 Dr. Gunamani Jena A Novel Approach to Image Enhancement using FUZZY Set JCTA 1/2,MAR-11 INT
59 Dr. Gunamani Jena Restoration of Still Images using Inpainting Techniques IJCSC 1/2,DEC-10 INT
60 N.Krishnaiah Improved Annotation of the Blogosphere via Auto tagging and Hierarchical Clustering AISE NEW HORIZON COLLEGE OF ENGG,BENGALURU 29,OCT,2010 NAT

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