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ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) is one of the five departments at School of Engineering, JECRC University. It administers bachelor's programs in Computer Science Engineering, as well as master's and doctoral degree programs in Computer Science and Engineering.

Our faculty members provide a comprehensive program that emphasizes algorithms and theory, advanced computer architecture and Robotic Process Automation, computer vision and pattern recognition, data mining and machine learning, distributed systems, operating systems and computer networks, computer security.

Graduates from the CSE department are heavily recruited by many top companies. Graduates take up careers in the computing industry, the finance industry, traditional large engineering companies, startup companies, management consulting companies, and government. Some of our top undergraduates each year enter into the Master’s and PhD program in Computer Science and Engineering at leading universities around the country.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES

  1. B.Tech. Computer Science Engineering – 4 Years
  2. B.Tech. (CSE) DevOps Automation and Cloud Computing (Xebia) – 4 Years
  3. B.Tech. (CSE) Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (Xebia) – 4 Years
  4. B.Tech. (CSE) Big Data and Data Analytics (Xebia) – 4 Years
  5. B.Tech. (CSE) Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (Samatrix.io)– 4 Years
  6. B.Tech. (CSE) Data Science and Data Analytics (Samatrix.io)– 4 Years
  7. B.Tech. (CSE) Cyber Security (EC-Council, USA)– 4 Years
  8. B.Tech. Computer Science and Business Systems(CSBS) (TCS)– 4 Years
  9. B.Tech. (CSE) Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (IBM)– 4 Years
  10. B.Tech. (CSE) Internet of Things (IoT) (IBM)– 4 Years
  11. B.Tech. (CSE) Big Data and Data Analytics (IBM)– 4 Years
  12. M.Tech. Computer Science Engineering– 2 Years
  13. M.Tech. Artificial Intelligence – 2 Years
  14. M.Tech. Data Analytics– 2 Years
  15. M.Tech. Cloud Computing– 2 Years
  16. M.Tech. Cyber Security – 2 Years
  17. Ph.D.Computer Science Engineering

Curriculum

Attachment 1: B.Tech. Syllabus

Attachment 2: M.Tech. Syllabus

Faculty List

S.No.

Faculty Name

Qualifications

Designation

1.

Dr. Naveen Hemrajani

PhD (CSE)

Professor & HOD

2.

Dr. Bhavna Sharma

PhD (CS), Image Processing

Associate Professor

3.

Dr. Manish Jain

PhD, CSE

Associate Professor

4.

Mr. Ajay Kumar

M.Tech.. (CSE , Ph.D *)

Assistant Professor

5.

Ms. Priyanka Nair

M.Tech. (CSE, Ph.D *)

Assistant Professor

6.

Ms. Laxmi Poonia

M.Tech. (CSE, Ph.D *)

Assistant Professor

7.

Ms. Nidhi Gupta

M.Tech. (CSE)

Assistant Professor

8.

Ms. Deepika Shekhawat

M.Tech. (CSE , Ph.D *)

Assistant Professor

9.

Mr. Himanshu Sharma

M.Tech.(CSE)

Assistant Professor

10.

Mr. Rajneesh Pareek

M.Tech. (CSE)

Assistant Professor

11.

Ms. Nidhi Gour

M.Tech. (CSE)

Assistant Professor

12.

Mr. Yogesh Bhardwaj

M.Tech. (CSE)

Assistant Professor

13.

Mr. Lokendra Pal

M.Tech. ( CSE)

Assistant Professor

14.

Mr. Tushar Vyas

M.Tech.(CSE)

Assistant Professor

15.

Ms. Seema Sharma

M.Tech ( CSE, Ph.D *)

Assistant Professor

16.

Mr. Pankaj Jain

M.Tech. ( CSE, Ph.D *)

Assistant Professor

17.

Mr. Gajanand Sharma

M.Tech. ( CSE, Ph.D *)

Assistant Professor

18.

Ms. Shruti Mathur

M.Tech, ( CSE, Ph.D *)

Assistant Professor

19.

Mr. Ashok Kumar Saini

M.Tech, (CSE, Ph.D *

Assistant Professor

20.

Mr. Srawan Nath

M.Tech. (SE,Ph.D*)

Assistant Professor

21.

Mr. Satyajeet Sharma

M.Tech. (CSE), Ph.D *

Assistant Professor

22.

Ms. Surbhi Sharma

M.Tech, ( CSE)

Assistant Professor

23.

Mr. Aditya Upadhyay

M. Tech. (CSE, Ph.D *)

Assistant Professor

24.

Ms. Swikruti Nayak

M.Tech. ( CSE)

Assistant Professor

25.

Mr. Mukesh Kumar

M.Tech. ( CSE)

Assistant Professor

26.

Ms. Sushama

M.Tech. ( CSE)

Assistant Professor

27.

Ms. Snigdha Bahuk

M.Tech. ( CSE)

Assistant Professor

28.

Mr. Rishi Kumar Sharma

M.Tech. ( CSE)

Assistant Professor

29.

Ms. Anuja Mishra

M.Tech. ( CSE, Ph.D *)

Assistant Professor

30.

Mr. Ashutosh Kumar

M.Tech, IT

Assistant Professor

31.

Ms. Neha Mishra

M.Tech, IS

Assistant Professor

32.

Ms. Nootan Verma

M.Tech. ( CSE)

Assistant Professor

33.

Ms. Priyanka Jaroli

M.Tech. ( CSE)

Assistant Professor

34.

Ms. Krati Joshi

M.Tech. ( CSE)

Assistant Professor

35.

Ms. Dimple Sharma

M.Tech. ( CSE)

Assistant Professor

36.

Mr. Manoj Tiwari

M.Tech. ( CSE, Ph.D *)

Assistant Professor

37.

Dr. Arun Kumar

Ph. D (ECE)

Assistant Professor

38.

Dr. Bhavtosh Awasthi

Ph. D, Mathematics

Assistant Professor

39.

Mr. Rajat

M.Tech (CSE, Ph.D *

Assistant Professor

40.

Dr. Himani Bali

Ph.D (ECE)

Assistant Professor

41.

Dr. Beena Bundela

Ph. D Mathematics

Assistant Professor

42.

Dr. Rajani Kumari

Ph. D. CSE

Assistant Professor

43.

Ms. Meghna Sharma

M. Tech.

Assistant Professor

44.

Ms. Komal Joshi

M.Tech. (CSE)

Assistant Professor

45.

Mr. Shekhar

M.Tech. (CSE, Ph.D *)

Assistant Professor

46.

Dr. Dinesh Kumar Dharamdasani

Ph.D. , Computer Science

Assistant Professor

47.

Dr. Prashant Sahai

 Ph.D., Computer Science

Professor

48.

Dr. Suman Bhatnagar

 Ph.D., Computer Science

Associate Professor

49.

Mr. Manish Sharma

 M.Tech. (CSE, Ph.D*)

Assistant Professor

50.

Mr. Ravi Shankar Sharma

M.Tech. ( CSE, Ph.D *)

Assistant Professor

51.

Mr. Piyush Kulshreshtha

M.Tech. (CSE)

Assistant Professor

52.

Ms. Shivangi Dheer

M.Tech.

Assistant Professor

53.

Mr. Suresh Kumar

M.Tech.

Assistant Professor

Ph.D* - faculty members are pursuing their Ph.D. program.

PEO’s and PO’s

The Computer Science and Engineering program at JECRC University, is designed to prepare its graduates for continued learning and successful careers in industry, government, academia and consulting.

The B. Tech. in Computer Science Engineering is established benchmark in higher education and research to our graduates by outcome based quality education. Our alumni by their performance will show that they will achieve one or two parameters after three to five year of graduation. Following Program Educational Objectives are finalized after various brainstorming session.

PEO-1: Students will develop themselves as effective professionals by solving real problems through the use of computer science knowledge and with attention to team work, effective communication, critical thinking and problem solving skills.

PEO-2: Students will develop professional skills that prepare them for immediate employment and for life-long learning in advanced areas of computer science and related fields.

PEO-3: Students will demonstrate their ability to adapt to a rapidly changing environment by having learned and applied new skills and new technologies.

PEO-4: Students will be provided with an educational foundation that prepares them for excellence, leadership roles along diverse career paths with encouragement to professional ethics and active participation needed for a successful career.

Program Outcome (PO’s)

A graduate of the Computer Science Engineering Program will demonstrate:

  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, 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 modeling 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.

Student Outcomes

Student Outcomes – As per Computing Accreditation Commission (CAC) of ABET

  1. Analyze a complex computing problem and to apply principles of computing and other relevant disciplines to identify solutions.
  2. Design, implement, and evaluate a computing-based solution to meet a given set of computing requirements in the context of the program’s discipline.
  3. Communicate effectively in a variety of professional contexts.
  4. Recognize professional responsibilities and make informed judgments in computing practice based on legal and ethical principles.
  5. Function effectively as a member or leader of a team engaged in activities appropriate to the program’s discipline.
  6. Apply computer science theory and software development fundamentals to produce computing-based solutions

Student Outcomes – Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET

  1. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics
  2. An ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors
  3. An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences
  4. An ability to recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts
  5. An ability to function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives
  6. An ability to develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions
  7. An ability to acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies.

Laboratory

S. No.

Labs in computer science engineering Department

1

Computer programming Lab

2

Robotic process automation Lab

3

Data Structure and Alogorithm Lab

4

Object Oriented ProgrammingLab

5

Object Oriented Analysis & Design Lab

6

JAVA Lab

7

computer graphics Lab

8

compiler design lab

9

software designing Lab

10

UNIX programming lab ( OPEN SOURCE )

11.

PROJECT LAB

12.

RESEARCH LAB

13.

NETWORK & INFORMATION SECURITY LAB

14.

DBMS LAB

Computer Programming Lab

Robotic Process Automation Lab

Data Structure & Algorithm Lab

Object Oriented Programming Lab

Object Oriented Analysis Design Lab

JAVA Lab

Computer Graphics Lab

Compiler Design Lab

Software Design Lab

UNIX Programming Lab

Annual Student Enrollment and Graduation Data

The following table contains the annual student enrolment and graduation information for B.Tech. (Computer Engineering Programme):

Table D-1. Program Enrollment and Degree Data

Name of the Program: Computer Science Engineering

Academic Year Enrollment Year Total Undergrad Total Grad
 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
 2020-21  FT  0 454 539 477 NA 1470  
 PT          NA    
 2019-20  FT  460 540 483 467 NA 1950  
 2018-19  FT  524 499 469 140 NA 1632  
 2017-18  FT  476 483 142 198 NA 1299  
 2016-17  FT  468 142 200 149 NA 959  

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

S.No.

Title of Paper

Name of the Author/s

Name of Journal

Year

Vol.(Issue):page(s)

ISBN/ISSN no.

1

Deep Learning: Future of Artificial Intelligence

Ms. Surbhi Sharma

Global Journal on Innovation, Opportunities and Challenges in Applied Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

2019

vol. no.2, issue no 2.

ISSN (2581-5156)

2

A Mechanism for 3-D Face Detection System

Ms. Surbhi Sharma, Mr. Sammah Rasheed, Mr. Abhishek Kumar

International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering

2019

Vol. No 7, issue no 2

ISSN:2320-9798

3

A Shape Mechanism along text based advanced face detection methodology using EFM Model

Mr. Abhishek Kumar, Ms. Surbhi Sharma, Mr. Sammah Rasheed

International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering

2019

Vol. No 7, issue no 3

ISSN:2320-9799

4

An Upgraded Model of Query Expansion Using Inverse- Term Frequency (ITF) With pertinent Response For Internet of Things )

Ms. Surbhi Sharma, Mr. Abhishek Kumar, Ms. Rashmi Agarwal

IJITST ,Inder Science

2020

In Press

In Press

5

Deep Learning With PyTorch

Mr. Anmol Chaudhary , Mr. Kuldeep Singh Chouhan, Ms. JyotiGajrani , Ms. Bhavna Sharma

 IGI Global, 2020

April 2020

Vol 1

ISBN13: 9781799830955

6

Aspect Oriented Approach for Testing Software Applicationsand Automatic Aspect Creation

Mr. M. Jain and Mr. D. Gopalani

International Journal of Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering(SCI extended)

2019

Volume 29

7

Comparison Between Cloud Computing, Grid Computing Distributed Computing On working Aspect

Mr. Satyajeetsharma

International Journal Of Advance Research In Science And Engineering(ISSN 2319-8354) Volume No.07, Special Issue No. (03), March 2018, ICRTESM-18.

2018

volume No 7

2319-1854

8

M/M/2/K Queuing Model with Encouraged Arrivals, Heterogeneous Service and Reneging International Journal of Engineering, Applied and Management Sciences Paradigms

Mr. Bhavtosh Awasthi, Ms. Seema Sharma

International Journal of Engineering Sciences Paradigms and Researches (IJESPR)

2018

Volume 52, Issue 04

2320-6608

9

Anomaly detection framework for taking care of big data of cloud computing”

Mr. Satyajeet Sharma

International Journal Of Advance Research In Science And Engineering(ISSN 2319-8354) Volume No.07, Special Issue No. (03), March 2018, ICRTESM-18.

2018

volume No 7

2319-1854

10

Performance Analysis of Markovian Queueing
Model in presence of Encouraged Arrivals

Mr. Bhavtosh Awasthi, Ms. Seema Sharma

International Journal of Engineering Sciences Paradigms and Researches (IJESPR)

2018

Vol. 47, Issue 04,

2018

11

On a unique grid computing-based totally distributed brute-force attack scheme (gcdbf) by using exploiting botnets

Mr. Satyajeet Sharma

International Journal Of Advance Research In Science And Engineering(ISSN 2319-8354)

2018

Volume No.07, Special Issue No. (02),

2319-1854

12

An Innovative Approach for Quick Shopping Using QR-Code for Indian Precinct

Ms. Surbhi Sharma

IJLMNCE

2018

Vol. No.2, Issue no1

ISSN: 2581-3242

13

A review on cloud Computing Security and Privacy in Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)

Ms. Surbhi Sharma

IJLMNCE

2018

Vol. No.1, Issue No.2,

ISSN:2581-3242

14

A Contemplating Approach For Particle Shape Analysis Of Coarse Aggregate Using Dip

Ms. Surbhi Sharma, Mr. Devendra Kumar

Global Journal on Emerging Trends in Sustainable Civil Engineering

2018

(Vol. 1, Issue 1)

ISSN:2581-5075

15

Analytic modeling for soft handoff in CDMA based wireless cellular network using guard channel assignment scheme

Mr. Bhavtosh Awasthi, Ms. Seema Sharma

. International Journal of Engineering, Science

2017

Vol. 6 Issue8,

ISSN: 2320-0294

16

An Adaptive Approach of Decomposition and Restoration of Single Blur Image using Blind Deconvolution

Ms. Surbhi Sharma, Mr. Abhishek Kumar

IJIRCCE

2017

Vol. 5, Issue 4

ISSN: 2320-9798

17

A Review: Noise System in MATLAB

Ms. Surbhi Sharma

IJSRCSEIT

2017

Vol. 2, Issue 4

ISSN:2456-3307

18

An adaptive approach of image fusion (HIS and Wavelet) for information refinement in multi-image

Ms. Surbhi Sharma, Mr. Neeraj Bhargava, Mr. Abhishek Kumar, Mr. Jitendra Raj

IEEE Explore

2017

ICCES Conference Proceeding

ISBN: 978-1-5090-5013-0

19

Energy Proficient SMAC Protocol in Wireless Sensor Network

Mr. Ashok Kumar Saini, Mr. Madan Lal Saini, Mr. Nitesh Kaushik

IJERA journal

2018

vol.8, Issue 4

ISSN : 2248-9622

20

Reduction of Signal Power Consumption in a Digital Communication using Convolutional Code

Mr. Madan Lal Saini, Mr.Nitesh Kaushik, Mr. Ashok Kumar Saini 

International Journal of Computer Applications

2018

Volume 179 – No.43

21

Acolor image encryption using four dimensional differential equations and arnold chaotic map

Ms. Priyanka Jaroli, Ms. Ankita Bisht, Mr. Mohit Dua, Ms. Shelza Dua

IEEE explore

2018

ICIRCA confreenceprocedding

ISBN:978-1-5386-2456-2

22

Symmetric Multiple Image Encryption Using Multiple New One-Dimensional Chaotic Functions and Two-Dimensional Cat Man

Ms. Priyanka Jaroli, Ms. Ankita Bisht, Mr. Mohitdua, Ms. Shelza Dua

IEEE explore

2018

ICIRCA confreenceprocedding

ISBN: 978-1-5386-2456-2

23

 Data Warehousing and OLAP Technology

 Ms. Priyanka Jaroli, Ms. Palak

IJETT

2017

Volume-51 Number-1

ISSN:2231-5381

24

Performance Analysis of Adaptive Approach for Congestion Control In Wireless Sensor Networks

Ms. Sandhya Kumari , Dr.C.S.Lamba , Mr. Ajay Kumar

Journal of Computer Engineering (IOSR-JCE)

2017

Volume-17

-ISSN: 2278-0661,p-ISSN: 2278-8727

25

Automated Java Testing: JUnit versus AspectJ

Mr. M. Jain and Mr. D. Gopalani

International Journal of Computer and Systems Engineering: International Science Index

2017

dai:10.1999/1307-6892/100082245

26

Abnormality detection in brain CT Images using support Vector machine

Ms. Bhavna Sharma, Ms. Priyanka Mitra

Kalpa Publication in Engineering

Feb. , 2018

Volume 2, Pages 74–80

ISSN:2515-1770

27

A comprehensive study of PAPR reduction techniques: Design of DSLM-CT joint reduction technique for advanced waveform

Dr. Arun Kumar

Soft Computing, Springer (SCI-E)

2020

DOI: 10.1007/s00500-020-05086-1 (Volume and page not assigned)

14327643, 14337479

28

Future 5G Network Based Smart Hospitals: Hybrid Detection Technique for Latency Improvement

Dr. Arun Kumar, Mr. Mahmoud A. Albreem, Mr. Manoj Gupta, Mohammed H. Alsharif and Mr. Sunghwan Kim

IEEE Access (SCI-E)

2020

DOI: 10.1109/ACCESS.2020.3017625 2020

21693536

29

Detection in 5G mobile Communication System using hybrid technique

Dr. Arun Kumar

National Academy Science letter, SPringer (SCI-E)

2020

DOI: 10.1007/s40009-020-00962-8

0250541X

30

Performance Comparison of Different Fractal Shape Antennas for Ultra Wide Band Applications

Dr. Arun Kumar, Ms. Manisha Gupta, Ms. Vinita Mathur, Mr. Virendra Kumar Saxena, Mr. Deepak Bhatnagar

International Journal of Systems, Control and Communications (Scopus)

2020

DOI: 10.1504/IJSCC.2020.10029761

17559359, 17559340

31

Breast Cancer Detection Based on Antenna Data Collection and Analysis.

Dr.ArunKumar,Mr. M. Gupta and Mr.Suraj Kumar

Fog Computing for Healthcare 4.0 Environments. Signals and Communication, Springer (SCopus)

2020

DOIhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-46197-3_19

978-3-030-46197-3

32

Novel Fault Tolerance Model for Route Optimization Using Swarm Intelligence to Improve Performance in Wireless Sensor Networks

Dr.RajaniKumari

IEEE Access (SCI-E)

2020

Vol: 8, pp. 149231 - 149254

2169-3536

33

Hyperbolic Spider Monkey Optimization Algorithm

Dr.Rajani Kumari

Recent Advances in Computer Science and Communications

2020

Vol. 13, issue 1, 35-42

1874- 4796

34

Revisiting agile software development process based on latest software industry trends

Dr.Rajani Kumari

Journal of Information and Optimization Sciences

2020

41(2) , pp. 533-541

0252-2667

35

Robot Path Planning Using Modified Artificial Bee Colony Algorithm

Dr.Rajani Kumari

Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing

2020

vol 1014 pp 25 - 36

978-981-13-9919-0

36

An enhanced energy efficient routing protocol for VANET using special cross over in genetic algorithm

Dr.Rajani Kumari

Journal of Statistics and Management Systems

2019

22 (7), 1349-1364

0972-0510

37

Arrhenius Artificial Bee Colony
Algorithm

Dr.Rajani Kumari

Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems

2019

vol 56. pp. 187 - 195

978-981-13-2354-6

38

Effect of number of processor on the cache hit rate in symmetric multiprocessor environment

Ms. Khushboo Sharma, Dr. Dinesh Kumar Dharamdasani, Dr.Reema Ajmera

Journal of Discrete Mathematical Sciences and Cryptography

2019

Volume 22, - Issue 4, Pages 509-520

39

A Systematic Review Intrusion Detection Technique in Manet

Mr. Rajat Bhardwaj

Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research

2018

Volume 5, Issue 10, pp-125-134

2349-5162

40

A Review on Big Data and Data Mining Techniques

Mr. Rajat Bhardwaj

Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research

2019

Volume 6, Issue 1, pp-69-74

2349-5162

41

A Novel Dssr Protocol with Dydog Mechanism Integrated with Two-Fish Algorithm in Manet

Mr. Rajat Bhardwaj

Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems

2019

Volume 11, Issue 4, pp-2555-2563

1943-023X

42

Performance
Comparison of DSR and DSSR Protocols With and Without False Data Injection
Attack Based on Two Fish Algorithm using Manet

Mr. Rajat Bhardwaj

International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE)

2019

Volume 8, Issue 8, pp-2926-2933

2278-3075

43

A novel hybrid PAPR reduction technique for NOMA and FBMC system and its impact in power amplifiers

Dr.Arun Kumar

IETE Journal, Taylor and Francis (SCI-E)

2019

https://doi.org/10.1080/03772063.2019.1682692, SCI-E

3772063

44

NOMA based CR for QAM-64 and QAM-256

Dr.Arun Kumar, Mr. M.K. SHarma, Ms. K. Sengar and Mr. S. Kumar

Egyptian Informatics Journal, Elsevier, (SCI-E)

2019

Volume:22 and issue: 2

11108665

45

Dual band modified Split-Ring Resonator microstripantenna for wireless applications

Dr.Arun Kumar and Mr. M. Choudhary

National Academy Science letter, SPringer (SCI-E)

2019

doi: 10.1007/s40009-019-00845-7

0250541X

46

Microstrip Hexagonal Fractal Antenna For Military Applications

Dr.Arun Kumar, Ms. Manisha Gupta, Ms. Vinita Mathur,Mr. D. Bhatnagar and Mr. V. Saxeena

Frequenz Journal, Degryter (SCI-E)

2019

Vol:73 and Issue:9-10

2191-6349

47

Design and Simulation of OFDM for BPSK, QPSK and QAM with Peak Power Reduction Using Clipping Technique

Dr, Arun Kumar and Mr. HemanthRathore

Journal of Optical communications (Scopus)

2019

https://doi.org/10.1515/joc-2018-0207

21916322, 01734911

48

FBMC Vs OFDM: 5G Mobile Communication System

Dr, Arun Kumar and Ms. Sikha Bharti

International Journal of Systems, Control and Communications (Scopus)

2019

Vol:10 and issue:3

17559359, 17559340

49

Reduction of Peak Average Power Ratio for FBMC waveform with P-PTS Technique

Dr.Arun Kumar and Mr.Hemanth Rathore

International Journal of Sensors, Wireless Communications and Control (Scopus)

2019

Vol:10 and issue:1

22103287, 22103279

50

Peak Average Power Reduction in NOMA by using PTSCT technique

Dr.Arun Kumar and Mr.M.Gupta

Recent Patents on Computer Science (Scopus)

2019

Vol:13 and issue:10

18744796

51

Modified D-SLM Technique for PAPR reduction in FBMC System

Dr. Arun Kumar and Mr. Hemanth Rathore

Radio electronics and Communications Systems, Springer (Scopus)

2019

Vol:62 and Issue: 8

19348061, 07352727

52

PAPR Reduction of FBMC using hybrid and k-hybrid Techniques

Dr.Arun Kumar

Radio electronics and Communications Systems, Springer (Scopus)

2019

Vol:62 and Issue: 8

19348061, 07352727

53

An Experimental Investigation and Performance of LTE-FemtoCel

Ms. Shikha Bharti, Dr.Arun Kumar, Mr. Suraj Kumhar and Ms. Manisha Gupta

Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems (Scopus)

2019

Vol:11 and issue:7

1943023X

54

Design of Rectangular T-shaped Antenna for Detection of Breast Cancer

Mr. Suraj Kumar, Ms. Shilpi Shrivastava, Mr. Sher Singh Prajapat, Ms. Soumya Saxena, Ms. Manisha Gupta and Dr.Arun Kumar

Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems (Scopus)

2019

Vol:11 and issue:7

1943023X

55

Fractional Order Capacitor in First-Order and Second-Order Filter

Dr.Arun Kumar and Ms. Kancha Sengar

Micro and Nanosystems, Scopus

2019

Vol:11 and issue 1

18764037, 18764029

56

Effects of heat and mass flux on MHD free convection flow through a porous medium in presence of radiation and chemical reaction

Dr.B. Awasthi

Journal of Ultra Scientist of Physical Sciences

2018

1(30), 20-31

23198040

57

Queueing model for soft handoff analysis in CDMA based wireless cellular network

Dr.B. Awasthi &Dr.Beena Bundela

International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science

2018

0976-5697

58

Performance Analysis of M/M/1/K Finite Capacity Queueing Model with Reverse Balking and Reverse Reneging

Dr.B. Awasthi

Journal of Computer and Mathematics Sciences

2018

7(7), 850-855

23198133, 09765727

59

M/M/2/K Queuing Model with Encouraged Arrivals, Heterogeneous Service and Reneging

Dr.B. Awasthi&Ms. Seema Sharma

International Journal of Engineering, Applied and Management Sciences Paradigms

2018

4(52), 7-12

2320-6608

60

Queueing Analysis of M/M/1 Queueing System with Detainment of Retracted Customers in State Dependent Arrival Process

Dr.B.Awasthi

International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews (IJRAR)

2018

4(5), 24-29

2348 –1269

61

Performance Analysis of Markovian Queueing Model in presence of Encouraged Arrivals

Dr.B. Awasthi& Ms. Seema Sharma

International Journal of Engineering Sciences Paradigms and Researches (IJESPR)

2018

4(47), 43-47

2319-6564

62

Application of Queueing Theory in Decision Making in Presence of Uncertain Environment

Dr.B. Awasthi

Mathematics Today

2018

34, 35-41

455-9601

63

Effects of heat and mass flux on MHD free convection flow through a porous medium with radiation and first order chemical reaction

Dr.B.Awasthi

International journal of applied mechanics and engineering

2018

4(23), 855-871

23539003

64

M/M/1/C Queuing Model with Reverse Balking and Feedback Customers.

Dr.B. Awasthi

A NNALS of Faculty Engineering Hunedoara – International Journal of Engineering

2018

16(4), 93-96

2601-2332

65

A Survey on Various Aspects of Education Data Mining In Predicting Student Performance

Ms. Isha Shingari, Dr. Dinesh Kumar

Journal of Applied Science and Computation

2018

Volume 5, Issue 6, June-2018, pp 38-42

ISSN NO: 0076-5131

66

A review paper on deducting database in membrane computing

Dr.Dinesh Kumar, Ms. NavneetMr. K.R.Verma, Ms. Nupursingh

Journal ofStatistics and Management Systems

2018

DOI: 10.1080/09720510.2018.1475077

ISSN: 0972-0510 (Print) 2169-0014 (Online)

67

Automation of boiler process at thermal power plant using sensors and IoT

Ms. Navneet Kumar,Dr.Dinesh Kumar, Mr. IShan Kumar

Journal ofStatistics and Management Systems

2018

DOI: 10.1080/09720510.2018.1475078

ISSN: 0972-0510 (Print) 2169-0014 (Online)

68

Fibonacci Sequence Based Power and Delay-Aware Protocol for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

Mr. Rajat Bhardwaj

IOSR Journal of Computer Engineering (IOSR-JCE)

2017

Vol.19, Issue 1, pp- 1-6

69

Queueing model for soft handoff analysis in CDMA based wireless cellular network,

Dr. Beena Bundela

International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science

2018

Vol. 9, No. 1, February (2018),91-95

70

OFDM System with Cyclostationary Feature Detection Spectrum Sensing

Dr.Arun Kumar and Mr. Nandha Kumar

ICT Express, Elsevier (Scopus)

2018

Vol: 5 and Issue:1

24059595

71

Reduction of PAPR in FBMC system using different reduction techniques

Dr.Arun Kumar and Mr. Hemant Rathore

Journal of Optical Communications

2018

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/joc-2018-0071

21916322, 01734911

72

Design, Simulation of MIMO & Massive MIMO for 5G Mobile Communication System, International Journal of Wireless & Mobile Computing

Dr.Arun Kumar

International Journal of Wireless & Mobile Computing (Scopus)

2018

Vol:14 and issue:2

17411092, 17411084

73

Modified Series-Fed Dipole Pair Antenna Using Split-Ring Resonator Directors for Dual-Band Operation

Dr.Arun Kumar and Mr. M. Choudhary

of Taibah University for Science, Taylor and Francis, (SCI-E)

2018

Vol:12 andf issue:2

1658-3655

74

Backbone Optical Fiber Analysis at 1310 nm and 1550 nm, Journal of Optical Communications

Mr. Nandhakumar and Dr.Arun Kumar

Journal of Optical Communications

2018

, https://doi.org/10.1515/joc-2018-0042

21916322, 01734911

75

A Microstrip UWB Antenna for Next generation Communication System

Dr.Arun Kumar

International Journal of Wireless & Mobile Computing (Scopus)

2018

Vol:15 and issue:3

17411092, 17411084

76

Band Notched Planar UWB Microstrip Antenna with T-Shaped Slot

Dr.ArunKumar, Mr. Manish Kr Singh

Radio electronics and Communications Systems, Springer (Scopuus)

2018

Vol: 68 and issue:8

19348061, 07352727

77

Design and Implementation of OFDM System using QPSK & QAM

Dr.Arun Kumar and Mr. Hemant Rathore

Journal of Optical Communications

2018

DOI: https://), doi.org/10.1515/joc-2018-01281

21916322, 01734911

78

Attack Analysis and Designing of Quality of Service Framework for
Optimized Link State Routing Protocol in MANET.

Dr.Himani Bali, Dr Naveen Hemrajani.

The International Journal of Intelligent Engineering and Systems.

2018

11(5). 2018. Pp. 236-245.

21853118, 2185310X

79

Analysis of Attacks against Optimized Link State Routing Protocol– based Mobile Ad Hoc Networks.

Dr.Himani Bali, Dr Naveen Hemrajani.

International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering.

2018

6(6). 2018. Pp. 239-242.

2347-2693

80

Comparison of routing protocols in MANET .

Dr Himani Bali, Dr Naveen Hemrajani.

International Journal of Computer Science & Information Technology Research Excellence

2018

Vol. 8 Issue 2, Mar.– Apr. 2018.

ISSN: 2250-2742

81

Implementation of advanced
authentication system using
opencv by capturing motion images

Mr. Shekhar

International Conference on
Advances in Computing,
Communications and Informatics (ICACCI)

2017

759-765

978-1-5090-6367-3

81

Object Detection and Tracking Techniques: A Review

Mr. Shekhar

International Journal of Innovative
Research in Computer and
Communication Engineering

2017

Vol. 5, Issue 6, June 2017

ISSN: 2320-9801

83

Joule Heating Effect in presence of Thermal Radiation on MHD convective flow past over a vertical surface in a porous medium

Dr.B. Awasthi

International Journal of Engineering and Science
Invention (IJESI)

2017

9(6), 30-40

23196726

84

Analytic modeling for soft handoff in CDMA based wireless cellular network using guard channel assignment scheme

Dr.B. Awasthi & Ms. Seema Sharma

International Journal of Engineering, Science and Mathematics(IJESM)

2017

8(6), 231-239

2320-0294

85

Handoff analysis in CDMA based wireless cellular network using hard handoff model

Dr.B. Awasthi

Journal of Computer and Mathematical Sciences

2017

12(8), 739-749

9765727

AREAS OF CONSULTANCY

The department offers consultancy services in various specialised field in the Mechanical Engineering and interdisciplinary Engineering. The resources/ Expertise available in the department:

S.No. Faculty Name Qualifications Area of Expertise for Consultancy
1 Dr. Naveen Hemrajani PhD (CSE) Computer Network and Software Engineering
2 Dr. Bhavna Sharma Ph.D (CSE) Image Processing and Machine Learning
3 Dr. Manish Jain Ph.D (CSE) Compilers, Aspect Oriented Programming, Software Engineering, Software Testing, Natural Language Processing