Computer Science
 

The Department of Computer Science was started in the year 1986-87 and it has been offering B.Sc. Computer Science programme with a sanctioned strength of 30. From the year 2011-12, the strength was increased to 35 with the financial aid from UGC. The department has been offering M.Phil. Computer Science programme from 1992 onwards. During 2011-12, the Department has become a recognised research centre to offer Ph.D. programme in Computer Science.

 LAB FACILITIES

A well-equipped lab with 43 Pentium-IV systems networked with Windows NT Server caters to the needs of the students. Apart from a 7.5 KVA Diesel Generator, power back-up is provided by a 7.5 KVA online UPS with 2 hours battery backup. The lab also has an A3 Laser printer/copier/scanner, an A4 Colour Scanner, a laser printer and a Dot-Matrix printer. The lab is equipped with three numbers of 1.5 tonne A/C units. A multimedia projector is used for effective teaching-learning process. Internet connectivity is provided with 2 Mbps broadband connectivity.

 CAREER ORIENTED PROGRAMME

The department received Rs.7,00,000 from the UGC as seed-money to conduct the Career Oriented Programme “CERTIFICATE COURSE IN DESPTOP PUBLISHING” from the year 2008-09. Through this programme, about 40 students undergo DTP training and fetch jobs in publishing industries every year.

 FACULTY
  • Mr. B. Mahalingam, M.Sc., M.Phil., P.G.D.C.A., M.Phil.(CS)                                                          (Head)
  • Mr. R. Pragaladan, M.Sc., M.Phil.

 SELECT  PUBLICATIONS
  • R.Lakshmi Devi, R.Amalraj, Performance Analysis of Human Resource Processes using Fuzzy Data Mining Approach, Indian Journal of Applied Research, Vol. 1, Issue 2, 2011, pp. 16-18.
  • M.Dharmalingam, R.Amalraj, Supervised Learning in Imperfect Information Game, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science, Vol. 4, No. 2, 2012, pp. 195-200.
  • R.Amalraj,Fast Supervised Learning Architecture-A Work Point Count System Coupled with Resilient Back-Propagation Algorithm for Solving the Double Dummy Bridge Problem,International Journal of Emerging Trends &Technology in Computer Science , Vol. 3(3), June 2014, pp. 189-195.
  • R.Amalraj,Supervised Elman Neural NetWork Architecture for Solving the Double Dummy Bridge Problem in Contract Bridge,International Journal of Science and Rearch, Vol. 3(6), June 2014, pp. 2745-2750.
  • R.Pragaladan,A Study on Callenges of Cloud Computing in Enterprise Perspective,International Journal of Science and Research in Computer and Communication Engineering(IJARCCE), Vol. 3,Issue 7, July 2014.

 RESEARCH PROJECTS UNDERTAKEN
S.No. Investigator Title & Duration Amount
1 Dr.R.Amalraj Pattern Recognition by Sequential Learning Neural Networks augmented with Moment based Feature Extraction vs. its conventional convergence(2004 to 2005) Rs.70,000
2 Dr.R.Amalraj Optimization of Number of Neurons in the Hidden Layer in Feed Forward Neural Networks with an emphasis to Cascade Correlation Networks (2014 to 2015) Rs.3,75,000

 UNIVERSITY RANK HOLDERS
S.No. Name Year Rank
1 S. MuraliKrishna 1990-1993 9
2 R. Dhanabal 1991-1994 9
3 M. Prasanna 1994-1997 7
4 R. Arulanandham 1995-1998 2
5 S. Senthilkumar 1999-2002 3
6 A. S. Fouziah 1999-2002 8