Computer Science & Engineering

S.No. Name of the Dept Courses Available Specialization No. of Seats      
1 CS BE CSE 90      
2 CS M-Tech CSE 18      
               
S.No. Name of the HOD Qualification of HOD          
 

PHD          
  Dr.Vivek Kumar Mishra            
  Contact No. 0731-4254119
  Email-ID csit.ritindore@gmail.com
               
  Faculty Details:-            
  Sr.No. FACULTY NAME Designation Qualification      
  1 Dr. Vivek Kumar Mishra Head & Professor PHD       
  2 Mayank Bhatt Assistant Professor M.Tech      
  3 Hemant Gupta Assistant Professor M.Tech      
  4 Jitendra Sharma Assistant Professor M.Tech      
  5 Atul Agarwal Assistant Professor M.Tech      
  6 Amit Manjhwar Assistant Professor M.Tech      
  7 Rupesh Nagendra Assistant Professor M.Tech      
  8 Ankur Chouhan Assistant Professor M.E      
  9 Mayur Rathi Assistant Professor M.E      
  10 Ambesh Negi Assistant Professor M.E      
  11 Monika Yadav Assistant Professor M.E      
  12 Ritu Kushwah Assistant Professor B.E      
  13 Sonal Modh Lecturer B.E      
  14 Sandeep Veerwani Lecturer B.E      
  15 Arun Mulewa Programmer B.E      
  16 Harsha Verma Demonstrator B.E      
  17 Sarika Rai Demonstrator B.E      
               
  About Department
  Our aim is to facilitate “Quality Engineering Education” to equip and enrich young minds to meet global challenges in development, innovation and application of technology in the service of Humanity.
  Academic programmes are designed to enable growth and learning in a highly focused and application-based environment. This is achieved through a combination of formal lectures and hands-on experience in well equipped laboratories and through project activity.
  At department there is a strong relation between the students, faculty, and the corporate world to initiate continuous interaction with the industry, sharing the industry experiences, understanding industry needs and providing the required support to the corporate world.
  We regularly organize Conferences, Seminars and Workshops to keep in pace with the current developments in the research community.
  Our Department having a membership of “Computer Society of India” which provide students a platform for honing their skills through participation in co curricular and extra curricular activities and also provide a conducive out-of-classroom learning environment for students to cultivate and nurture their talents, team, leadership capabilities and help in grooming them to be multi-skilled, all-rounded and well networked professionals possessing the requisite competitive skills.
               
Infrastructure
S.No Name of the lab Machine Type Computers Available  Practical Performed
1 CL1 Wipro 64 MAJOR PROJECT/MINOR PROJECT/JAVA/OOT/OS
2 CL2 Wipro 56 MAJOR PROJECT/MINOR PROJECT/JAVA/DATA STRUCTURE
3 CL3 HP 54 INFORMATION SECURITY/SOFT COMPUTING/DBMS/DOTNET
4 CL4 HP 54 SOFT COMPUTING/CGM/DBMS/DOTNET/CN
5 CL5 HCL 61 WEB ENGG/SOFTWARE ENGG/OOT/ADA/BCE
6 CL6 HCL 60 ENGLISH LAB
         
Department  ALL BRANCHES
Year/Semester FIRST YEAR 
Name of the Subject BE-205 - BASIC COMPUTER ENGINEERING
S.No Name of the Experiment
1 Study and practice of  Internal and external DOS commands.
2 Study and Practice of MS-Windows-Folder Related operation, my computer, Window Explorer, Control panel
3 Study and Practice of basic Linux commands  
4 Creating and editing of text files using MS-WORD
5 Creating and Operating of spreadsheet using MS-EXCEL
6 Creating and editing power-point slides using MS-POWERPOINT
7 Creating and manipulating database tables in MS-ACCESS
8 WAP to illustrate Arithmetic Expression
9 WAP to illustrate Arrays
10  WAP to illustrate Functions.
11 WAP to illustrate Constructor and Destructor
12  WAP to illustrate Class and Objects.
13 WAP to illustrate Operator Overloading
14 WAP to illustrate Function Overloading
15 WAP to illustrate Derived Classes and Inheritance
               
Department  COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
Year/Semester SECOND YEAR / THIRD SEMESTER
Name of the Subject CS-305 - DATA STRUCTUES
S.No Name of the Experiment
1.            To understand different classes of system softwares
2.            To study the internal structure of computer
system and its assembly language (Model IBM 360/370
3.            To understand table processing techniques
using searching methods
4.            To understand table processing techniques using sorting methods
5.            To understand assembler design and implementation steps
6.            To understand the design and implementation of various phases of compiler.
7.            To understand the design of loader and linkage editor
 
               
Department  COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
Year/Semester SECOND YEAR / THIRD SEMESTER
Name of the Subject CS-306 - JAVA TECHNOLOGY
S.No Name of the Experiment
1 Introduction to J2SDK
2 Write a program to show Concept of CLASS in JAVA
3 Write a program to show Concept of CLASS in JAVA
4 Write a program to show Type Casting in JAVA
5 Write a program to show How Exception Handling is in JAVA
6 Write a Program to show Inheritance
7 Write a program to show Polymorphism
8 Write a program to show Access Specifiers (Public, Private, Protected) in JAVA
9 Write a program to show Interfacing between two classes
10 Write a program to Add a Class to a Package
11 Write a program to show use and Advantages of CONTRUCTOR
12 Write a program to show Life Cycle of a Thread
13 Write a program to demonstrate AWT.
14  Write a Program to show Data Base Connectivity Using JAVA
15 Write a Program to show “HELLO JAVA ” in Explorer using Applet
16 Write a program to Hide a Class
17 Write a Program to show Connectivity using JDBC
18 Write a program to demonstrate multithreading using Java.
19 Write a program to demonstrate applet life cycle.
20 Write a program to demonstrate concept of servlet.
               
Department  COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
Year/Semester Second Year / Fourth Semester
Name of the Subject CS-403 - OBJECT ORIENTED TECHNOLOGY
S.No Name of the Experiment
1 Demonstrate classes example
2 Demonstrate example: one class, two objects
3 Demonstrate example: class constructor
4 Demonstrate example on constructors and destructors
5 Demonstrate overloading class constructors
6 Demonstrate pointer to classes example
7 Demonstrate vectors: overloading operators example
8 Demonstrate static members in classes
9 Demonstrate friend functions
10 Demonstrate derived classes
11 Demonstrate constructors and derived classes
12 Demonstrate multiple inheritance
13 Demonstrate virtual members
14 Demonstrate abstract base class
15 Demonstrate dynamic allocation and polymorphism
16 Demonstrate files
17 Demonstrate streams
               
Department  COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
Year/Semester Second Year / Fourth Semester
Name of the Subject CS-404 - ANALYSIS & DESIGN ALGORITHM
S.No Name of the Experiment
1 Write a program for Iterative Binary Search
2 Write a program for Recursive Binary Search
3 Write a program for Merge Sort
4 Write a program for Quick Sort.
5 Write a program for Strassen’s Matrix Multiplication.
6 Write a program to evaluate given Postfix expression using Stack
7 Write a program to convert infix expression to postfix expression
8 Write a program for optimal merge patterns.
9 Write a program for Huffman coding.
10 Write a program for minimum spanning trees using Kruskal’s algorithm.
11 Write a program for minimum spanning trees using Prim’s algorithm.
12 Write a program for single sources shortest path algorithm.
13 Write a program for Floyd-Warshal algorithm.
14 Write a program for traveling salesman problem.
15 Write a program for Hamiltonian cycle problem.
               
Department  COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
Year/Semester Second Year / Fourth Semester
Name of the Subject CS-406 - DOTNET
S.No Name of the Experiment
1 Introduction to C#
2 C# Fundamentals
3 Reading strings from the keyboard
4 Changing String order
5 More than one class
6 Assigning values to variables
7 Diamond pattern on the console screen
8 Illustrating the Concept of Declaration of variables
9 Declaration & Additions of variables
10 Program with a function
11 Demonstrating Boxing & Unboxing
12 Demonstrating addition of byte type variables
13 Implementing some custom console output
14 Printing a home like figure in the console
15 Executing some console statements
16 Computation of Integer Values taken from console imputation Integues taken from console
17 Computation of Float Values taken from console
18 Average of 3 numbers
19 Finding circumference & area of a circle
20 Checking for validity of an expression
21 Converting Rs. To Paisa
22 Converting temp. from Fahrenheit to Celsius
23 Determining salvage value of an item
24 Reading & displaying the computed output of a real no.
25 Evaluating distance travelled by a vehicle
26 Finding the EOQ(Economic Order Quantity) & TBO(Time between Orders)
27 Finding the frequencies for a range of different capacitance.
               
Department  COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
Year/Semester Third Year / Fifth Semester
Name of the Subject CS-502 - OPERATING SYSTEM
S.No Name of the Experiment
1 Write a program to implement FCFS CPU scheduling algorithm.
2 Write a program to implement SJF CPU scheduling algorithm.
3 Write a program to implement Priority CPU Scheduling algorithm.
4 Write a program to implement Round Robin CPU scheduling algorithm
5 Write a program to compare various CPU Scheduling Algorithms over different
Scheduling Criteria
6 Write a program to implement classical inter process communication problem(producer
consumer).
7 Write a program to implement classical inter process communication problem(Reader
Writers).
8 Write a program to implement classical inter process communication
problem(Dining_Philosophers).
9 Write a program to implement & Compare various page replacement algorithm.
10 Write a program to implement & Compare various Disk & Drum scheduling Algorithms
11 Write a program to implement Banker’s algorithms
12 Write a program to implement Remote Proccedure Call(RPC).
13 Write a Devices Drivers for any Device or pheriperal
               
Department  COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
Year/Semester Third Year / Fifth Semester
Name of the Subject CS-503 - DATA BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
S.No Name of the Experiment
1 Introduction to SQL and its uses. Introduction to DDL and DML.
2 DDL: Create a database and data table Person ( P_Id, LastName, FirstName, Address,City).Explain Integrity constrains like Unique, Not Null ,Check and Default using Sql.
3 DDL: Execute following command on above table: Alter, Drop, Truncate and Rename.
4 DML: Select Command:
 Select all attributes from the table.
Select specific attributes from the table.
Select distinct values from attributes.
 Select filtered records from the table using Where clause and explain operators used in it.
5 DML: Insert Into Command 
Create a query to insert data into all attributes and specific attributes in the table.
6 DML: Update Command
Create a query to Update data into specific attributes in the table.
7 DML: Delete Command
Create a query to delete a record from attributes in the table.
8 Create a query to demonstrate Aggregate Functions like avg(),count(),first(),last(), max(), min(), sum().
9 Create a query to demonstrate Group by and Order by clause.
10 Create a query to demonstrate following clauses: Top, Like using wild cards, In, Between, Alias. 
11 Introduction to Sql Joins. Create queries to demonstrate different types of joins like Left, Right and Full etc.
12 Introduction to Key constraints in Sql. Explain the concept of Primary Key, Foreign Key and Composite Key using a suitable example of a database.
13 Introduction to Database Roles. Explain the different roles provided to different users.
14 Create Sql queries to demonstrate different use full functions : ucase(), lcase(),mid(), len(),round(), now(),format().
15 Demonstrate a Data driven application for Database connectivity and data retrieval. 
               
Department  COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
Year/Semester Third Year / Fifth Semester
Name of the Subject CS-504 - COMPUTER GRAPHICS & MULTIMEDIA
S.No Name of the Experiment
1 PROGRAM TO IMPLEMENT LINE USING DDA ALGORITHM
2 PROGRAM TO IMPLEMENT LINE USING   BRESENHAM’S ALGORITHM.
3 PROGRAM TO IMPLEMENT CIRCLE USING MID POINT ALGORITHM.
4 PROGRAM TO IMPLEMENT MID POINT ELLIPSE ALGORITHM.
5 PROGRAM TO IMPLEMENT SCALING TRANSFORMATION.
6 PROGRAM TO IMPLEMENT SIMPLE 2D DRAWING PROGRAM
7 PROGRAM TO IMPLEMENT SIMPLE 2D DIGRAM OF AN IC PROGRAM
8 PROGRAM TO IMPLEMENT SCALING TRANSFORM  PROGRAM
9 PROGRAM TO IMPLEMENT COHEN SUTHERLAND LINE CLIPPING 
10 PROGRAM TO DRAW B-SPLINE CURVE 
11 STUDY OF VARIOUS TYPES OF FILE FORMATE
12  STUDY OFMULTIMEDIA ATURING TOOLS
               
Department  COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
Year/Semester Third Year / Fifth Semester
Name of the Subject CS-506 - COMPUTER PROGRAMMING-V UNIX/LINUX LAB
S.No Name of the Experiment
1 Installation of Unix/Linux
2 Study about general purpose utilities
3 Implement WC Command in C.
4 Implement grep Command in C.
5 Implement more command in C.
6 Implement Link and Unlink in C.
7 Implement LS command in C.
8 Study about the unix system variables.
9 Program about biggest among 3 numbers using Shell
10 Shell Program to find the factorial
11 Shell program to check the given string is palindrome (or) not.
12 Shell program to wish the user those who login to the system.
13 write your own profile.
14 Shell program to find the biggest among numbers using positional parameters.
15 Shell program to sort the string using arrays.
               
Department  COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
Year/Semester Third Year / Sixth Semester
Name of the Subject CS-603 - SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
S.No Name of the Experiment
1 Perform a Case – Study on A Telephone –Switching System.
2 Prepare SRS for Banking or On line book store domain problem.
3 Perform SA/SD.
4 Draw a Class diagram of school with attributes.
5 Draw a Class diagram for hospital model with attributes.
6 Draw a use case diagram for ATM scenario.
7 Draw a use case diagram for Librarian scenario.
8 Design and development of test cases for testing.
9 Writing program in Java for Computing Cyclomatic Complexity.
10 Development of Software tool for Halstead Analysis.
11 Development of Software tool for Halstead Analysis.
12 Do Case Studies on coding and testing with IDE like Eclipse, NetBeans, or  Visual Studio.
               
Department  COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
Year/Semester Third Year / Sixth Semester
Name of the Subject CS-604 - COMPUTER NETWORKS
S.No Name of the Experiment
1  Establishment and configuration of LAN
2 Colour coding standard of CAT 5,6,7 and crimping of cable in RJ-45
3 Study of WAN
4 Case study of STOP AND WAIT Protocols
5 Study of sliding window protocol
6 study of IEEE 802.3 , 802.4 ,802.5
7 Study of FDDI
8 Study of basic networking commands like ping, ipconfig, etc
9 Case study of various Routing Strategies
10 Case studies of various Network Topologies
11 Establishing & studying the various parameters of a home LAN Network
12 Configuring routers, bridges and switches and gateways
               
Department  COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
Year/Semester Fourth Year / Seventh Semester
Name of the Subject CS-701 - COMPILER DESIGN
S.No Name of the Experiment
1 Develop a lexical analyzer to recognize a few patterns.
2 Write a programme to parse using Brute force technique of Topdown parsing.
3 Develop LL (1) parser (Construct parse table also).
4 Develop an operator precedence parser (Construct parse table also)
5 Develop a recursive descent parser
6 Write a program for generating for various intermediate code forms i) Three address code ii) Polish notation
7 Write a program to simulate Heap storage allocation strategy
8 Generate Lexical analyzer using LEX
9 Generate YACC specification for a few syntactic categories.
               
Department  COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
Year/Semester Fourth Year / Seventh Semester
Name of the Subject CS-703 - INFORMATION STORAGE & MANAGEMENT
S.No Name of the Experiment
1 Case Study Of RAID.
2 Case Study Hard Disk.
3 Case Study of Cloud Computing.
4 Study the concept of Virtualization.
5 Network storage standards JBOD, DAS,SAN,CAS.
6 Study of Industries Manage standard (SNMP,SMI-S,CIM).
7 Study of Cloud service Modal provider. 
8 Case Study Of industries management standards.
               
Department  COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
Year/Semester Fourth Year / Eighth Semester
Name of the Subject CS-801 - SOFT COMPUTING
S.No Name of the Experiment
1 What is soft computing? Explain.
2 Comparison with Hard Computing.
3 Case study of Neural Network.
4 Case study of Genetic Algorithm
5 Case study of Adoptive Resonance Theory
6 Study of back propagation error -APPLICATION and
CHARATERISTICS
7 Study of ADALINE AND MADALINE
8 Case study of  fuzzy logic and fuzzy system.
9 Study of Delta Rule Widrow & Hebb Rule.
               
Department  COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
Year/Semester Fourth Year / Eighth Semester
Name of the Subject CS-802 - WEB ENGINEERING
S.No Name of the Experiment
1 Write a program for different heading tags in HTML
2 Write a HTML program for break line , bold and italic tag.
3 Write a program for paragraph tag in HTML
4 Write a program for strong , big, sub and super tag.
5 Write a program for Image and link tag in HTML
6 Write a program for different font size and font colour, backgroung tag.
7 Write a program for set colour by using hex value, rgb value and colour name.
8 Write a program for HTML layout using table..
9 Write a program for external JavaScript
10 Write a program to single and multiline comment in JavaScript
11 Write a program for adding number and string in JavaScript.
12 Write a program for conditional operator
13 Write a program for if else statement in java script.
14 Write a program for switch case in JavaScript
15 Write a program for for loop..
16 Write a program for while loop in java script.
17 Write a program for do-while loop in java script
18 Write a program of for loop in php.
19 Write a program of do while loop in php.
20 Write a program of form validation in php.

 



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