The Department of Computer Science & Engineering, established in the year 2007, has well equipped labs as well as qualified & experienced teaching faculty. Apart from teaching the university prescribed curriculum, department regularly conducts workshops, seminars, industrial visits and guest lectures by the experts from industry and academics. Students get proper platform to showcase their capabilities and they are made to participate in group discussions, personal interviews. Students are deriving benefits from following Centres of Excellence by participating in various training programmes. These Centres of Excellence are aiding in improving the quality of teaching and learning of the students.
  1. Centre for Advanced Robotic Control for Industrial Automation
  2. Centre of Excellence for Analog & Embedded Systems
  3. E-Yantra Lab Setup Initiative in Embedded Systems & Robotics
  4. Centre of Excellence for Big Data
  5. Centre of Excellence for IoT

Vision

To provide the excellence by imparting knowledge to the learners, enabling them to become skilled professionals and to be recognized as a responsible citizen.

Mission

  1. Provide quality education in the field of computer science and engineering through experienced and qualified faculty members.
  2. Motivate learners for higher studies and research oriented activities by utilizing resources of Centres of Excellence.
  3. Inculcate societal values, professional ethics, team work, and leadership qualities by having exposure at National and International level activities.
 

Career Opportunities

The Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in computer science is a professional degree which gives exciting career opportunities to the students in the industry. They can work as programmers, analysts, game developers, designers, animators etc. The B. Tech graduates can follow various career paths:
  1. They can be employed in the IT companies like TCS, Wipro, Sopra, Accenture and many more.
  2. Students can pursue higher education like M.Tech, MS or Ph.D. in India as well as from foreign universities.
  3. Students can be an
  4. Students can work in research-based organizations.
The above said career opportunities can be achieved with the help of following initiatives:
  1. Industrial Visits/ Internship Programs
  2. Summer/Winter/Weekend Training Programs on Latest Technologies
  3. Centres of Excellence
  4. Career Resource Center (CRC)
  5. National Level Project Competitions like Smart India Hackathon
  6. Personality Development Programs (PDPs)
  7. CSI student chapter/CSE club/ Data Science Club
  8. Workshops/Expert talks
 

Program Outcomes

POsEngineering Graduates will be able to
PO1Engineering KnowledgeApply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO2Problem AnalysisIdentify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO3Design/development of solutionsDesign 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.
PO4Conduct investigations of complex problemsUse research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
PO5Modern tool usageCreate, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO6The engineer and societyApply 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.
PO7Environment and sustainabilityUnderstand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO8EthicsApply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO9Individual and team workFunction effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO10CommunicationCommunicate 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.
PO11Project management and financeDemonstrate 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.
PO12Life-long learningRecognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Educational Objectives

  • PEO1: Graduates of the program are expected to be employed in the IT industry or indulge in higher studies and research.
  • PEO2: Graduates of the program are expected to exhibit curiosity to learn new technologies and work with ethical values and team work.
  • PEO3: Graduates of the program are expected to design and develop innovative solutions related to real world problems of the society.

Program Specific Outcomes

  • PSO1: Solve complex problems using data structures and other advanced suitable algorithms.
  • PSO2: Interpret fundamental concepts of computer systems and understand its hardware and software aspect.
  • PSO3: Analyse the constraints of the existing data base management systems and get experience on large-scale analytical methods in the evolving technologies.
  • PSO4: Develop intelligent systems and implement solutions to cater the business specific requirements.
S.No.Name of FacultyDesignationQualificationTeaching &Industry Experience(in Years)
1Dr.Rizwan KhanProfessor In-chargePh.D.(Jamia Milia Islamia), M-Tech (IETE Delhi), B-Tech (UPTU)13
2Dr.Dilkeshwar PandeyProfessorPh.D.( DCR University of Science & Technology), ME (DU), B.Sc. (BIT Sindri)28
3Dr.Avinash DwiwediProfessorPh.D.(Moti Lal Nehru National Institute of Technology), M.Sc. (Allahabad University), B.Sc. (Allahabad University)22
4Dr.Manoj SinghalProfessorPh.D.(Kurukshetra University), M-Tech (Shobit University), M.Sc. (CCS Meerut), B.Sc. (CCS Meerut)20
5Ashutosh PandeyAssistant ProfessorPh.D.*(Graphic Era University), M-Tech (GGSIPU), B-Tech (CSJM, Kanpur)16
6Krishan Bihari DubeyAssistant ProfessorPh.D.*(JIIT), M-Tech (Shobit University), B.Sc. (MIT, Muradabad)13
7Ms.Archana SharmaAssistant ProfessorPh.D.*(Mewar University), M-Tech (UPTU), B.Sc. (CCS Meerut)15
8Avinash Kumar SharmaAssistant ProfessorPh.D.*(UTU), M-Tech (UTU),  B-Tech (UPTU)11.5
9Sanjeev KumarAssistant ProfessorPh.D.*(IIT Dhanbad), M-Tech (GGSIPU), B.Sc. Engg (MACET Patna)12
10Gaurav AgarwalAssistant ProfessorPh.D.*(IIT Dhanbad), M-Tech (Shobit University), BE (PSGVPM Shahada)15
11Ms.Kajol MittalAssistant ProfessorM-Tech(Banasthali Vidyapeeth), B-Tech (UPTU)1.1
12Ms.Akanksha GangwarAssistant ProfessorM-Tech(AKGEC), B-Tech (SRMS Bareilly)1
13Upendra Kr TiwariAssistant ProfessorM-Tech(Ideal Institute of Technology), B-Tech (BBIET & RC)11
14Ms.Swati SinghAssistant ProfessorM-Tech(Modi University), BE (MDU Rohtak)5.5
15Ms.Gunjan SaxenaAssistant ProfessorM-Tech(LPU), B-Tech (UPTU)7
16Pavan SharmaAssistant ProfessorM-Tech(Shobit University), B-Tech (UPTU)13
17Ms.Monica SehrawatAssistant ProfessorM-Tech(ABESEC), B-Tech (RKGITW)1.2
18Ms.GarimaAssistant ProfessorPh.D.*(Uttrakhand Technical University),M-Tech(Uttrakhand Technical University), B-Tech (UPTU)11.6
19Ms.Ankita DixitAssistant ProfessorM-Tech(DIT University), B-Tech (RKGITW)2
20Ms.Kritika SinghAssistant ProfessorM-Tech(JIIT University), B-Tech (IMSEC)2
21Ms.Vijeta MishraAssistant ProfessorM-Tech(IET Alwar), B-Tech (UPTU)4.5
22Ms.Aishwarya GuptaAssistant ProfessorM-Tech(KEC), B-Tech (UPTU)1.5
23Ms.Meghal AggarwalAssistant ProfessorM-Tech(JIIT University), B-Tech (ABESEC)1.2
24Ms.Jaya ShuklaAssistant ProfessorPh.D.*(Shiv Nadar University), MS (By Research), MCA(Guru Ghasi Das University), B.Sc. (CSJM University)7.2
25Ms.Nupur GuptaAssistant ProfessorM-Tech(UPTU), B-Tech (UPTU)5.6
26Atul Kumar SinghAssistant ProfessorM-Tech(AMU), B-Tech (UPTU)9.5
27Ms.Tanushree KansalAssistant ProfessorM-Tech(Graphic Era University), B-Tech (Graphic Era University)8
28Ashish ChakravertiAssistant ProfessorPh.D.*(PTU), ME(RGVP Bhopal), B-Tech (UPTU), GATE 2014, 2016; UGC-NET 201513
29Ms.Swati GoelAssistant ProfessorM-Tech(RGVP University), B-Tech (Priyadarshini College of CSE)4
30Ms.Princy JainAssistant ProfessorM-Tech(CDAC Noida), B-Tech (GGSIPU)0.8
31Ms.Nitya UpadhyayAssistant ProfessorM-Tech(UPTU), B-Tech (KIET Ghaziabad)9
32Ms.Monika RaniAssistant ProfessorPh.D.(Thesis Submitted-IIIT Allahabad), M-Tech(YMCAUST, Faridabad), B-Tech (SIET, Meerut)4
33Ms.Monali MavaniAssistant ProfessorPh.D.( Thesis Submitted-JIIT Noida), ME(Mumbai University), B-Tech (SNDT University)15
34Raghvendra Pratap SinghAssistant ProfessorM-Tech(IIT Delhi), B-Tech (H.B.T.I. Kanpur)13

Academic Calendar, Odd Semester: 2018-19

S.No.Name of ActivityProposed DateDayCoordinators   
1Registration / Admission of all eligible students in II/III/IV years in Department & Commencement of classes23-07-2018  Monday  Respective Class / Group Mentors
2Workshop-1 (IOT)03-08-2018FridayMr. Pawan Sharma
3Industrial Visit-1(3rd Year(Section-A))04-08-2018SaturdayMr. Avinash Kumar Sharma
4Workshop-2 (Machine Learning)06-08-2018MondayMr. Upendra Kumar Tiwari
5Project Presentation-108-08-2018 to 09-08-2018Wednesday to ThursdayMr. Ashutosh Pandey / Dr. Rizwan Khan / Dr. Avinash Dwivedi
6Guest Lecture-110-08-2018FridayMs. Jaya Shukla
7Workshop-3 (Python)13-08-2018MondayMr. Atul Kr. Singh
8Workshop-4 ( Big Data)14-08-2018TuesdayMr. Pawan Sharma
9Independence Day15-08-2018Wednesday 
10Guest Lecture-217-08-2018FridayMs. Archana Sharma
11Industrial Visit-2(3rd Year(Section-B))18-08-2018SaturdayMr. Avinash Kumar Sharma
12Professional Guidance to Students- An interaction meeting.21-08-2018TuesdayRespective Class / Group Mentors
13Bakrid22-08-2018WednesdayHoliday
14Career Advancement to Students- An interaction meeting.23-08-2018ThursdayRespective Class / Group Mentors
15Notification to the students who have fallen short of attendance up to 29-08-2018.30-08-2018ThursdayRespective Class / Group Mentors
16Guest Lecture-324-08-2018FridayMr. Umesh Kumar
17Guest Lecture-430-08-2018ThursdayMs. Swati Singh
18Guest Lecture-531-08-2018FridayMs. Jaya Shukla
19FDP on “Patent Filling Process”01-09-2018SaturdayMr. Anand Pandey – An Expert
20Industrial Visit-3(3rd Year(Section-C))01-09-2018SaturdayMr. Avinash Kumar Sharma
 21Janmashtami03-09-2018MondayHoliday
22Foundation / Fresher’s / Teacher’s Day05-09-2018Wednesday 
23Students Feedback –I07-09-2018FridayProf. (Dr.) Dilkeshwar Pandey
24Guest Lecture-607-09-2018FridayMs. Archana Sharma
25Project Presentation-211-09-2018 to 12-09-2018Tuesday to WednesdayMr. Ashutosh Pandey / Dr. Rizwan Khan / Dr. Avinash Dwivedi
26Cloud Computing Workshop12-09-2018WednesdayMr. Umesh Kumar
27Parents / Teachers Meeting13-09-2018 to 14-09-2018Thursday to FridayProf. (Dr.) Dilkeshwar Pandey
28Sessional –I17-09-2018 to 24-09-2018Monday to MondayExamination Committee
29Seminar for IV Year students on “How to become an Entrepreneur”26-09-2018WednesdayIV year class / group mentors
30Mentor / Mentee Meeting-128-09-2018FridayRespective Class / Group Mentors
31Result Analysis Sessional I28-09-2018FridayResult analysis Committee
32Gandhi Jayanti02-10-2018TuesdayHoliday
33Annual Fest04-10-2018 to 06-10-2018Thursday to Saturday 
34Alumni Meet07-10-2018SundayAlumni Incharge
35Project Presentation-310-10-2018 to 11-10-2018Wednesday to ThursdayMr. Ashutosh Pandey / Dr. Rizwan Khan / Dr. Avinash Dwivedi
36Guest Lecture-710-10-2018WednesdayDr. Avinash Dwivedi
37Guest Lecture-811-10-2018ThursdayDr. Manoj Singhal
38Dussehra19-10-2018FridayHoliday
39Tetrahedron ‘1825-10-2018 to 26-10-2018Thursday to FridayDr. Rizwan Khan
40Mentor / Mentee Meeting-226-10-2018FridayRespective Class / Group Mentors
41Guest Lecture-930-10-2018TuesdayDr. Avinash Dwivedi
42Diwali – Deepawali Govardhan Puja Bhai Duj07-11-2018 to 09-11-2018Wednesday to FridayHoliday
43Project Submission (Internal)13-11-2018 to 14-11-2018Tuesday to WednesdayMr. Ashutosh Pandey / Dr. Rizwan Khan / Dr. Avinash Dwivedi
44Mentor / Mentee Meeting-316-11-2018FridayRespective Class / Group Mentors
45Notification to the students who have fallen short of attendance upto 16-11-2018 and send the final list to Dean Academics Office.19-11-2018MondayRespective Class / Group Mentors through Prof. (Dr.) Dilkeshwar Pandey
46Sessional – II19-11-2018 OnwardsMonday OnwardsExamination Committee
47Milad – Ul- Nabi or Id – E- Milad*21.11.2018WednesdayHoliday
48Students Feedback – 223-11-2018FridayProf. (Dr.) Dilkeshwar Pandey
49Result Analysis Sessional II29-11-2018Thursday 
50End Semester Examination*December (As Per University Notification.)
51Christmas Day25-12-2018Tuesday 
52International / National Conference18-01-2019 to 19-01-2019Friday to SaturdayConference Committee
   

1.Programming Lab

2.Project Lab

3.Data Structure Lab

4.Compiler Lab

5.Web Technology Lab

6.Networking  Lab

7.DBMS Lab

8.Systems Lab

Expert Talks

S. No.TopicConductor/SpeakerDate
1Artificial IntelligenceProf. Rajeev Kumar (NSIT, Delhi)06-04-2018
2Big DataMr. Kuldeep Singh(Big Data Expert, CETPA Noida)30-03-2018
3JavaMr. Amit Verma(Software Engineer, Headstrong Noida)29-03-2018
4JavaMr. Amit Verma(Software Engineer, Headstrong Noida)28-03-2018
5Machine LearningMr. Madhukar Mani(IBM Ecosystem Developer, Bangalore)22/11/2017
6Cyber SecurityMr. I.L. Narsimha Rao(Project Manager, CDAC Noida)10-10-2017

Guest Lectures

S. No.TopicConductor/SpeakerDate
1Digital Image ProcessingDr. Sushila Maheshkar (Assistant Professor, NIT Delhi)31-08-2018
2Deep LearningDr. Suneet Kumar Gupta(Professor, Bennett University, Greater Noida)30-08-2018
3Data ScienceDr. Girish Sharma(Principal, BPIBS, Delhi)10-08-2018
4Computer AnimationDr. R. Rama Kishore(Associate Professor, GGSIPTU Delhi)21-02-2018
5Cyber SecurityMr. Krishna Basudevan18-08-2017

FDP/Workshop

S. No.ThemeOrganized/Conducted ByDuration
1HoloLensMr. Mani Jee(Android Corporate Trainer, MCN Solution)24-08-2018
2Big DataMr. Ajmat Siddique(Technical Trainer, TCSion Noida)14-08-2018
3Cloud ComputingMr. Shadab Khan(Technical Manager & Consultant, Training Basket Noida)13-08-2018
4PythonMr. Aamir Khan(IoT Trainer, Aptron Solutions Noida)03-08-2018
5Big Data Hive Sqoop ByMr. Vikas Kumar(Data Analyst TCSion, Noida)20-11-2017
6Microsoft Windows AzureMr. Nitin Pandit(Microsoft MVP, MCN Solution, Noida)02-11-2017
7Web Designing using PHPMr. Neeraj Sharma(Technical Consultant, Impactro Solutions Noida)08-09-2017
8PythonMr. Aamir Khan(IoT Trainer, Aptron Solutions Noida)21-08-2017
9Cloud ComputingMr. Aashish Raj(Cloud Consultant, Aptron Solutions Gurgaon)25-08-2017
10Web DesigningMr. Rajpal Singh Rawat(Trainer, Aptron Solutions Gurgaon)30-09-2016
11Data Analytics-HadoopMr. Ravi Kumar(Sr. Research Engineer, Patrol Solutions in association with IIT Kharagpur)22-01-2016 To 24-01-2016
12Demystifying Big data/ Cloud ComputingMr. Satmeet Soni(Big Data Cloud Strategist & solution Architect, FINO Paytech)30-09-2016
13Web Application  using PHPTechnical Trainers(Incise Infotech Pvt. Ltd, Noida)08-04-2016 To 09-09-2016
14Cloud computing (in collaboration with CSI)Mr. Karan Chaturvedi(City Technical Developer, IBM Silokhera, Gurgaon, Haryana)16-09-2016

Industrial Visits

S. No.Name of the CompanyYear/ BranchDate
1CEBS Worldwide, NoidaCSE 3rd year, 201821-04-2018
2CEBS Worldwide, Noida3CSA, 201804-08-2018
3CEBS Worldwide, Noida3CSB, 201818-08-2018
4CEBS Worldwide, Noida3CSC, 201801-09-2018

 Achievements 

S.No.Name of the EventDate of the EventWinners/ Participants NameRewards Given
Tetrahedron 2018
1Quiz (C/C++) (156 students participated)25/10/2018Devraj Kumar (1st Rank),Rs. 1000
Ankit Singh (2nd Rank)Rs. 500
2Quiz (Java) (23 students participated)25/10/2018Sumit Raj(1st Rank),Rs. 1000
Sushil Kumar (2nd Rank)Rs. 500
3Quiz (Python) (13 students participated)25/10/2018Sneha Jain(1st Rank),Rs. 1000
Abhay Chauhan(2nd Rank)Rs. 500
4Quiz (DBMS/OS) (24 students participated)25/10/2018Yash Jain(1st Rank),Rs. 1000
Sumakshi Chauhan(2nd  Rank)Rs. 500
5Group Discussion (30 students participated)26/10/2018Ravi Verma(1st Rank),Rs. 1000
Arpit(2nd Rank)Rs. 500
6Coding (Java) (23 students participated)26/10/2018Vishal Yadav and team(1st Rank),Rs. 1000
 Sneha Jain and team(2nd Rank)Rs. 500
7Android (8 students participated)26/10/2018Singahi saifi & Vibhor (IMS Noida) (1st Rank),Rs. 1000
Sahin Singh &Saurabh Saini(2nd Rank)Rs. 500
8Gaming (Need for Speed) (20 students participated)26/10/2018Vansham Bhardwaj (SRM IST) (1st Rank),Rs. 1000
Ayashkant Siddharth (2nd Rank)Rs. 500
9Gaming, PUBG (80 students participated)26/10/2018Nitish Kumar(1st Rank),Rs. 1000
Arpit Kumar(2nd  Rank)Rs. 500
10Gaming (C.S.) (5 teams participated)26/10/2018Team-1 (NOOB SENA) (1st Rank),Rs. 1000
Team-2 (CDG) (2nd Rank)Rs. 500
11Web Designing  (10 teams participated)26/10/2018Rishabh Sharma and Siddharth Kaushik(1st Rank),Rs. 1000
Sumit Raj and Vaibhav Garg(2nd Rank)Rs. 500
BigDataThon-2018
12Big War Project Competition (17 teams participated)19/04/2018Rahul Bandhan & Team(1st Rank)Rs. 15000
Devraj Kumar & Team(2nd Rank),Rs. 8000
Shivam Chaudhary & Team(3rd  Rank)Rs. 5000
13Quiz Competition (303 students participated)19/04/2018Prashant Sharma(1st Rank)Rs. 3000
Parichay Agarwal (2nd Rank)Rs. 2000
14Start-up Idea (10 teams participated)20/04/2018Aakansh Singhal & Team (1st Rank)Rs. 3000
Ayaskant & Team (2nd Rank),Rs. 2000
Vartika Singh & Team(3rd Rank)Rs. 1000
15Debate Competition (30 students participated)20/04/2018Karan Pratap Singh (1st Rank)Rs. 2000
Smart India Hackhathon-2018
16Grand Finale of National Level SIH (1296 teams participated at 28 centres in various parts of the country and 8 teams of ABESIT participated in it30/03/2018 - 31/03/20181. Team 'Tech Amigos' won 2nd Rank at Mumbai centreRs. 75000
2. Team 'Divergents' won 3rd Rank at Bhubaneshwar centreRs. 50000 + Rs. 250000 (by Karnataka Bank)
3. Team ' Salvatore' received Inspiration award at Hyderabad centreRs. 10000
AKTU State Level Arts & Cultural Fest-2018
17Solo Dance26/03/2018 - 27/03/2018Ramnika JainBronze Medal
World’s First Summit of Developer Student Club by Google Developers-2018
18As a Developer Student Club Lead at Goa (174 student leads representing 170 colleges and 90+ cities attending the event)22/02/2018 - 25/02/2018Vanshika Garg & Team stood 1st in developing solution for local businessReceived swags from Google as a token of gratitude for attending the summit
AKTU’s Zonal Arts & Cultural Fest-2018
19Solo Dance23/02/2018Ramnika Jain (1st Rank)Certificates of Appreciation
20Fashion Jalwa23/02/2018Arunav Malhotra & Himanshi Bhatnagar (1st Rank)Certificates of Appreciation
TetraHedron-2017
21Quiz (C/C++) (171 students participated)11-10-2017Harshit Aggarwal (1st Rank)Rs. 1000
22Quiz (Java) (76 students participated)11-10-2017Pankaj Sharma (1st Rank),Rs. 1000
Ashish Shukla (2nd Rank),Rs. 500
Piyush Dua (3rd Rank)Rs. 100
23Group Discussion (80 students participated)11-10-2017Monika Singh Patel (1st Rank)Rs. 1000
Khushi Prasad (2nd Rank)Rs. 500
Abhijeet (3rd Rank)Rs. 100
24Coding (Java) (23 students participated)11-10-2017Devraj Kumar (3rd Rank)Rs. 100
25Android (5 teams participated)11-11-2017Mitul Gautam & Tanya Goel (1st Rank),Rs. 1000
Kumal Goswami & Dimple Mehta (2nd Rank)Rs. 500
Nikhil Dhiman & Manish Kumar (3rd Rank)Rs. 100
26Gaming (Need for Speed) (80 students participated)11-10-2017Utkarsh Srivastava (1st Rank),Rs. 1000
Ravi Goyal (2nd Rank)Rs. 500
Akshay Sehdev (3rd Rank) Rs. 100
27Gaming, PUBG (80 students participated)26/10/2018Team-1 IWNL (1st Rank)Rs. 1000
Team-2 Seal Team (2nd Rank)Rs. 500
Team-3 (3rd Rank)Rs. 100
Smart India Hackhathon-2017
28Grand Finale Smart India Hackhathon01/04/2017 - 02/04/20171.  Team Pradarshak receives an Inspiration AwardRs. 10000
2.  Team Cerebro receives an Inspiration AwardRs. 10000
BigDataThon-2017
29Big War Project Competition04-07-2017Rahul Vashishtha (2nd Rank)Rs. 15000
30Quiz Competition04-07-2017Ashish Shukla (1st Rank),Rs. 3000
Monika Singh Patel (3rd Rank)Rs. 1000
31Start-up Idea04-08-2017Rahul Vashishtha (3rd Rank)Rs. 1000
32Debate Competition04-08-2017S. Bharat (2nd Rank),Rs. 2000
Prateek Kapoor (3rd Rank)Rs. 1000

Department Clubs & Societies

 The goals of Clubs & Societies:
  • To educate students about recent trends & technologies of Computer Science.
  • Introduce students to topics in Computer Science which are not covered by university prescribed curriculum.
  • To make students aware of internships, career or research opportunities in the field of Computer Science.
Following technical clubs & societies of the department enhances technical skills and research aptitude of students:
  1. Computer Society of India (CSI): The department has active CSI student chapter which organizes various national level events/ competitions like Big DataThon, Tetrahedron etc. In the session 2017-2018, ABESIT won the ‘Best Student Chapter’ Award by CSI. The ABESIT has an institutional membership and it regularly organizes expert talks and seminars by distinguished speakers of industries and academics. 
  1. Data Science Club: This club offers different opportunities to students to learn and participate in various research and development activities in the area of data analytics. 
  1. CSE Club: This club conducts various technical events, programming quizzes, group discussion, debate etc. These activities provide great opportunities to students to enhance their skills in the recent areas of computer science.

Club Activities

S.No.CompetitionName of the EventDate of the EventWinners/ Participants Name
1CSE Club ContestQuiz on C/C++ (91 Participants) 17/10/ 2018Amulya Bhardwaj(1st Prize Winner)Jatin Pal(2nd Prize Winner)Samarpan Harit (3rd Prize Winner)
 
1.       Bandhan R.,  Garg S., Rai B. and  Agarwal G., "Bus Management system", International Journal of Advance Research in Computer Science (IJARCS), Vol. 9, Issue 3, May-June 2018.
2.      Kumari M. and Khan R., “Review Paper on Blue Brain Technology”, accepted in International Journal of Computer Applications, Foundation of Computer Science, Vol. 180, Issue 48, Jun 2018
3.      Jha P. and  Khan R., “A Review Paper on DevOps: Beginning and More to Know” accepted in International Journal of Computer Applications, Foundation of Computer Science, Vol. 180, Issue 48, June 2018.
4.      Dwivedi A., Sharma  A., Yadav A. and Khan R. , “Security of Wireless Sensor Networks Employing Malicious Node Detection & Prevention Method”, International Journal for Science and Advance Research In Technology, Vol. 4, Issue 5, pp 834-840, May 2018
5.      Kulshrestha S. ,Agarwal P. and Khan  R., “Clustering in Wireless Sensor Networks using Modified LEACH(M-LEACH) ” International Journal for Science and Advance Research In Technology, Vol. 4, Issue 5, pp 829-833, May 2018
6.      Jain R. and Khan R., “A Review on Network Security”, International Journals of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering, Vol. 8, Issue 5, pp 113-115, May 2018
7.      Srivastava V, Pandey A. and Khan  R., “A Study of Node.js Using Injection Vulnerabilities”, International Journals of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering, Vol. 8, Issue 5, pp 64-69, May 2018
8.      Bansal H. and Khan V, “A Review Paper on Human Computer Interaction”, International Journals of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering, Vol. 8, Issue 4, pp 53-56, April 2018.
9.      Chaudhary J. and Khan R., “A Review on Biometric Technology”, International Journals of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering, Vol. 8, Issue 4, pp 101-104, April 2018.
10.  Sharma S., Goel S., Salmani N. and Khan R., “Multi-User Chat Application and Assistant”, International Journal of Science and Advanced Research in Technology, Vol. 4, Issue 4, pp 2011-2013, April 2018.
11.  Kaushal P., Khan  R., “A Review on Information Security”, International Journals of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering, Vol. 8, Issue 4, pp 122-124, April 2018.
12.  Saraswat K., Baranwal K., Sharma A. and Agarwal G., "Music Mood Recognition", International Journal of Advance in Management, Technology and Engineering Sciences (IJAMTES), Vol. 8, Issue 4, Apr 2018.
13.  Rawal S., Mansi, Tyagi P. and Agarwal G., "Student Portal Using Parallel Computing Environment", International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts (IJCRT), Vol. 6, Issue 2, Apr 2018.
14.  Dubey A., Kumar A. , Agarwal G., "Face recognition in attendance monitoring system", International Research Journal of Science Engineering and Technology (IJRSET), Vol. 8, Issue 1, Apr 2018.
15.  Goyal R. , Sharma P. , Mishra S. and Agarwal  G., "A Web Portal Architectural Design and Implementation for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship", International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET), Vol. 68, Issue 4, Apr 2018.
16.  Sharma D., Sharma A. and Agarwal  G., "Review Paper on Digital Steganography In Android Application" International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts (IJCRT), Vol. 6, Issue 2, Apr 2018.
17.  Rastogi A. , Sharma A., Srivastav T. and  Agarwal  G., "A Review on Audio Fingerprinting and The Methods Behind", International Journal of Engineering and Techniques (IJET), Vol. 4, Issue 2, Apr 2018.
18.  Kumar P. , Kumari A. and Sharma A., "Smart Police Navigator", International Journal of Emerging Trends & Technology in Computer Science (IJETTCS), Vol. 7, Issue 2, Apr 2018.
19.  Ritika Km. , Mittal T.  and Sharma A., "A Review on: Job Portal", International Journal for Science and Advance Research in Technology (IJSART), Vol. 4, Issue 4, Apr 2018.
20.  Ali J., Sharma D. and Sharma A., "Finding Intrusion Detection using Cloud Computing Network", International Journal for Scientific Research and Development (IJSRD), Apr 2018.
21.  Sharma S. ,Singh S. ,Kachroo M. and Sharma   A., "Library on Cloud", International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts (IJCRT), Vol. 6, Issue 2, Apr 2018 .
22.  Verma S. , Tyagi P. and Sharma A., "Online Voting System ", International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts (IJCRT), Vol. 6, Issue 2, Apr 2018 .
23.  Dutta J., Gupta K. ,Chaudhary A. And Sharma A., "Providing Security by Encryption and Splitting Techniques over Cloud Storage", International Journal of Engineering & Techniques (IJET), Vol. 4, Issue 2, Apr 2018 .
24.  Sharma A., Chaudhay S., Attray D. and Badgoti V. , "Research & Implementation of iOS APP for Interactive Weather", International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts (IJCRT), Vol. 6, Issue 2, Apr 2018.
25.  Gautam S., Singh S., Singh  S. And Sharma P., "Classification of Age and Gender using Deep Learning", International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET), Vol. 5, Issue 4, Apr 2018, pp 2469-2474.
26.  Agarwal H., Sharma  J., Sharma P. And Agarwal  S., “Detection of Moles, scars and Deformed Faces", International Journal for Science and Advance Research In Technology (IJSART), Vol. 4, Issue 4, pp 3380-3385, April 2018.
27.  Tiwari U., ‘Intrusion Detection in Wireless Sensor Networks’, International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts, Vol. 6, Issue 2, April 2018.
28.  Rajput K. and  Khan R., “Review on Garbage Monitoring System using Internet of Things”, International Journals of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering, Vol. 8, Issue 4, pp 48-52, April 2018.
29.  Agarwal  G., Maheshkar V., Maheshkar S. and Gupta  S., "Recognition of Emotions of Speech and Mood of Music: A Review", WIDECOM-2018, SPRINGER in a Series title: Lecture Notes on Data Engineering and Communication Technologies, Feb 2018.
30.  Pandey D., Vaibhav A. ,Jaiswal  A.  and  Singh  H., "Secure Routing in Wireless Sensor Network using ACO", International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts (IJCRT), Vol. 6, Issue 2,  2018.
31.  Pandey D., Srivastava T., Kashyap  S. and Garg U., "A Comparative Study of Weather Forecasting using Statistical Models and Deep Neural Networks", International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology, Vol. 5, Issue 4, 2018.
32.  Pandey D., Singh B., Tyagi A. and Chawla J., "Smart Home Using Arduino", International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts (IJCRT) , Vol. 6, Issue 2,  2018.
33.  Sharma A., ‘A Review on the New Speed 5G’ International Journals of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering , Vol. 8 , Issue 5, 2018.
34.  Gangania P. and Allawadhi  S., “Identify the Effect of Filters on Noises”, Journal of Communication Engineering & Systems (JoCES), 2018.
35.  Gangania P. and Allawadhi  S., “Extract & Recognise Texts From Images Using Roi And Webcam”, Journal of Image Processing & Pattern Recognition Progress (JoIPPRP), Vol. 5, Issue 1, pp. 45-50, 2018.
36.  Gangania P. and Allawadhi  S., “Analogy Between Various Edge Detection Algorithms”, Journal of Image Processing & Pattern Recognition Progress (JoIPPRP), Vol. 5, Issue 1, pp. 39-44, 2018.
37.  Gangania P. and Allawadhi  S., “Edge Detectors: Survey”, Journal of Advanced Computing and Communication Technologies (JACOTECH), Vol. 6, Issue 2.
38.  Goel S. and  Sharma S., "Non Homogenous Anonymization Approach Using Association Rule Mining For Preserving Privacy", 2nd International conference on Electronics, Communication and Aerospace Technology (ICECA), Coimbtore, India, 2018.
39.  Agarwal  G., Maheshkar V., Maheshkar S. and S. Gupta, "Vocal Mood Recognition: Text Dependent Sequential and Parallel Approach", SIGMA-2018, Springer Book Series - Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing,  2018.
40.  Pandey A., Khan R. and Srivastava A., “Challenges in Automation of Test Cases for Mobile Payment Apps”, IEEE CICT-2018, ABESEC Ghaziabad, India, 2018.
41.  Gupta N. and Mittal K., "Survey on Chatbot Work and Design", International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering (IJCSE), Vol. 6, Issue 5, 2018.
42.  Pandey A., “A Study of Bluetooth Wireless Technology Using Recent Applications” International Journals of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering (IJARCSSE), Vol. 8, Issue 4, 2018.
43.  Pandey A., “A Study of Node.js Using Injection Vulnerabilities”, International Journals of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering (IJARCSSE), Vol. 8, Issue 5, 2018.
44.  Pandey A., “Online Registration Platform for Training Partner and Assessment Body”, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET), Vol. 5, Issue 4, 2018.
45.  Pandey A., “Skill Development Portal for Training Partner and Assessment Bodies”, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET), Vol. 5 , Issue 5, 2018.
46.  Pandey A., “Challenges in Automation of Test Cases for Mobile Payment Apps”, IEEE International Conference, CICT 2018, ABESEC, Ghaziabad, India, 2018.
47.  Kumar S., “Developing prediction model of loan risk in banks using machine learning”, International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts (IJCRT), Vol. 6, Issue 2, 2018.
48.  Kumar S., “Prediction of heart disease using machine learning Algorithm”, International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts (IJCRT), Vol. 6, Issue 2, 2018.
49.  Kumar S., “Prediction of alphabet matrix through SVM”, International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts (IJCRT), Vol. 6, Issue 2, 2018.
50.  Kumar S., “Time series forecasting using ARIMA and Recurrent Neural NET with LSTM Network”, International Journal of emerging trend &technology in computer science (IJETTCS), Vol. 7, Issue 2, 2018.
51.  Dwivedi A. ,”Analysis and Development of Web Based Decision Support System for Municipal Corporation”, International Conference on Technology & Trust (ICCT-17), Greater Noida, India, 228-29 Dec 2017 .
52.  Chakraverti A. and Dhir V., "A New Approach of copy move Forgery Detection using Rigorous Preprocessing and Feature Extraction", International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering, Vol. 5, pp 50-56, Dec 2017.
53.  Sehrawat M., “Optimizing the Performance of Edge Detection Algorithm for Digital Images", International Conference on Technology and Trust (ICTT), GNIOT, Greater Noida, India, 28-29 Dec 2017.
54.  Goel S. and Sharma S. , "Survey on Privacy Preserving Data Mining Techniques", International Journal of Modern Engineering & Management Research, Vol. 5, Issue 3, pp 20-25, Sept 2017.
55.  Mavani M. and Asawa  K., “Modeling and analyses of IP spoofing attack in 6LoWPAN network”, Computers & Security, Elsevier, Volume 70, Pages 95-110, May 2017.
56.  Chakraverti A. and Dhir V., "A Review on Image Forgery & its Detection Procedure", International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science, Vol. 8, Issue 2, May 2017.
57.  Gupta A. , Singh M.  and Pattanaik V., “Enhancing K means by unsupervised learning using PSO algorithm”, International Conference on Computing, Communication and Automation (ICCCA), IEEE, India, 2017.
58.  Mavani M. and Asawa  K.,  “Privacy Preserving IPv6 Address Auto-Configuration for Internet of Things” Springer, Intelligent Communication and Computational Technologies, Proceedings of International conference Internet of Things for Technological Development, IoT4TD 2017, vol 19, Gandhi Nagar, India, pp 3-14.
59.  Mavani M. and Asawa  K., “Experimental study of IP spoofing attack in 6LoWPAN network” 2017, 7th IEEE International Conference on Cloud Computing, Data Science & Engineering - Confluence, Noida, India, pp. 445-449,  2017.
60.  Khan R.  and  Amjad M. , “A Tool: Automatic Generation of Control Flow Graph (CFG)” in IEEE INDIACom-2017, Barti Vidyapeeth, New Delhi, India, 2017.
61.  Pandey A. and Khan R., “Implementing Automation Testing Framework for Trading Application”, ICTT-2017, GNIT, Gr. Noida, India, 2017..
62.  Khan R. , Amjad M.  and  Shrivastava A., “Automatic Test Case Generation for Mutation Testing by Hybrid Genetic Algorithm-An Optimization Technique” in IEEE CICT-2017, India, 2017.
63.  Shukla J., ‘Graph Fourier Transform based descriptor for gesture classification’, Fourth International Conference on Image Processing (ICIIP), Jaypee Solan, India, 2017.
64.   Khan R. and Amjad M. , “Introduction to Data Flow Testing using Genetic Algorithm”, International Journal of Computer Applications, Foundation of Computer Science, Vol. 170, Issue 5,  pp 39-45, 2017.
65.  Sehrawat M. , “Finding the Optimal Threshold values for Edge Detection of Digital Images & Comparing among Bacterial Foraging Algorithm, Canny and Sobel Edge Detector”, International Conference on Computing Communication And Automation, (ICCCA), 05-06 May , Galgotias University, India, 2017.
66.  Mehra S. and Agarwal G. , “Practices of learning and teaching in ABESIT: A case study of even semester 2015-16 and odd semester 2016-17”, International Conference in Transformation of Engineering Education, ICTEE - 2017.
67.  Khan R. and Amjad M., “Performance Testing (Load) of Web Applications Based on Test Case Management”, Recent Trends in Engineering and Material Sciences a Science Direct, Elsevier Journal, Vol. 8, pp 355-357, Sep 2016.
68.  Pandey D. and Khan R., Amjad M., "Load Testing of Web Application Using HP load Runner and CA Wily Introscope Tools", International Journal of Emerging trends And Technology in Computer Science, Vol. 5, Issue 6, May-June 2016.
69.  Pandey D., Khan R. and Amjad M., "Load Testing of Web Application Using HP load Runner and CA Wily Introscope Tools", International Journal of Emerging trends And Technology in Computer Science (IJETTCS), Vol. 5, Issue 6, May-June 2016.
70.  Upadhyay N., "Educational data mining using neural network", International Journal of Computer Applications Technology and Research, Vol. 05, Issue 2, Feb 2016.
71.  Khan R. and Amjad M., “Automatic Generation of Test Cases for Data Flow Test Paths Using K-Means Clustering and Genetic Algorithm”  International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Vol. 23, Issue 1, pp 473-478, Jan 2016.
72.  Chakraverti A., Dhir V. and Chakraverti  S., "Architectural and QoS issues in mobile cloud computing environment for real time video streaming", International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications, Vol. 7 Issue 1, Jan 2016, pp 355-366.
73.  Gangwar A. and Kaur  I., "ESEECH: Enhanced Scalable Energy Efficient Clustering Hierarchical Routing Protocol For WSN", International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security, Vol.14, Issue 9, 2016.
74.  Khan R., Amjad M. and  Pandey D., “Load Testing of Web Applications Using HP Load Runner and CA Wily Introscope Tools”, International Journal of Emerging trends And Technology in Computer Science (IJETTCS), Vol. 5, Issue 3, pp 56-59,  2016.
75.  Gangwar A. and Kaur  I., "A Survey on Network Structure Based Routing Protocol in Wireless Sensor Network", International Journal of Computer Technology and Applications, Vol. 9, Issue 20, 2016.
76.  Gupta A. and Pattanaik V., “Survey Paper on Encryption, Authentication and Auditing Services for better Cloud Security”, International Journal of Computer Application (IJCA), Foundation of Computer Science,  Vol. 138, Issue 10, pp 33-37, 2016.
77.  Khan R., Shrivastava A. and D. Pandey, “Agile Approach for Software Testing Process” in IEEE SMART-2016, TMU, Moradabad (UP), India, 2016.
78.  Khan R.  and Amjad  M., “Optimization of Automatic Test Case Generation with Cuckoo Search and Genetic Algorithm Approaches”, Springer Conference ICCCCS-2016, Aryabhatta College of Engineering and Research Center, Jaipur (Rajasthan).
79.  Sharma A. and Nitin, "A Literature Survey On Energy Efficient Virtual Network Embedding In Cloud Computing", International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Vol. 11, Issue 6, pp 3828-3841, 2016.
80.  Khan R., Shrivastava A., and Pandey D., “Agile Approach for Software Testing Process”, IEEE SMART-2016, TMU, Moradabad (UP), India, 2016.
81.  Khan R. and Amjad M., “Automatic Testing for Web Application Using HP ALM Tool”, IEEE ICECS 2016, Karpagam College of Engineering Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India.
82.  Khan R. and Amjad M., “Soak Testing of Web Applications Based on Automatic Test Cases”, IEEE ICECS, Karpagam College of Engineering Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India, 2016.
83.  Khan R. and Amjad  M., “Smoke Testing of Web Application Based on ALM Tool”, ICCCA (IEEE), Galgotia University, Gr. Noida, India, 2016.
84.  Khan R. and Amjad  M., “Optimization of Automatic Test Case Generation with Cuckoo Search and Genetic Algorithm Approaches” in Springer Conference ICCCCS-2016, Aryabhatta College of Engineering and Research Center, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India., 2016.
85.  Singh K. and Rajput D., "Analysis of bluetooth threats and V4.0 security features", International Journal of Recent Advances in Multidisciplinary Research, Vol. 02, Issue 12, pp 1071-1074, Dec 2015.
86.  Chakraverti A. and Dhir V., "Model to improve the medical data processing in mobile devices by using mobile cloud computing environment", International Conference Gyanodaya, IEC CET, Greater Noida, UP, India, Nov 2015.
87.  Aggrawal M., "Keyword Extraction from Speech Transcripts", International journal of Computing (IIJC), Vol. 5, Issue 4, Oct. 2015.
88.  Chakraverti A. and Dhir V., "Utilization of fuzzy computing in software development effort estimation", VSRD International Journal of Computer Science & Information Technology, Vol. 5, Issue 7, Aug 2015.
89.  Gupta N., Kalra P. and Verma  S., “Identification and Retrieval of Query Interfaces for Domain-specific Hidden Web Database”,  International Conference on Changing Technological and Management Scenario, Greater Noida, India, 2015.
90.  Kalra P. and Gupta  N. , “Wireless Networking and Smartshopping”,  International Conference on Changing Technological and Management Scenario, Greater Noida, India, 2015.
 
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