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EDITORIAL

Chief Editor Dr. Rameshbabu H. S. Dean Admin & HOD(ISE)

Editorial Team “Prasthita” in Sanskrit means “THE RISING”. Prasthita is the mirror of the young minds of the Department of Information Science and Engineering. The name so suggests that students of this department are always looking forward to rise in all aspects of engineering. This provides not just a platform, but also a place to exchange the flourishing ideas among the students. “Prasthita” will always be a front runner for initiating discussions amongst students and the corporate world as well as the literary world. The main objectives of Prasthita are: • dedicate towards the attainment of a healthy environment for education, research and service. The magazine is a forum for critical discussions on topics of variety in a constructive medium. • to strive hard to bring to its readers, expert contribution from the department. We also hope to provide younger generation of our readers with a chance to interact with specialists in all fields of academia and information technology. • to be by the students, of the students and for the students.

Prof. Marigowda C. K. Associate Professor Prof. Ravichandra M. Assistant Professor Mr. Harish L. S. Programmer STUDENT MEMBERS Mr. Sudarshan S. Mr. Harsha Bhat Mr. Girish Kumar R. Miss. Varnika V. S.

- Chief Editor’s Desk

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MOTTO “Nurturing Aspirations Supporting Growth”

VISION “Acharya Institutes, committed to the cause of value based education in all disciplines, envision itself as foutainhead of innovative human enterprise, with inspiration initiatives for academic excellence.”

MISSION “The Mission of Information Science and Engineering program is to equip students with the fundamental concepts, practical knowledge and professional ethics through innovative practices leading to proficiency in the field of Information Technology and employability in various Scientific, Engineering and Technological Streams.”

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PREFACE The Department of ISE started in the year 2000 with an intake of 60 students and has increased to a strength of 120 from the academic year 2013-14 for B.E. program. The department is affiliated to VTU, Belgaum, accredited by NBA, New Delhi and approved by AICTE, New Delhi. Recently, the department has obtained permanent affiliation status from VTU, Belgaum for a period of 5 years from 2012-13.

The department offers one PG program, M.Tech in Computer Network Engineering and is also recognized R&D center by VTU, Belgaum which offers M.Sc.(Engg) and PhD programmes. The department is supported by experienced, qualified teaching faculty and technical staff committed for the cause of quality education. Department has exclusive state of art computer labs on LAN with 20 Mbps Internet connectivity supported by licensed software required as per the VTU curriculum. The department library facilitates with more than 1000 volumes to cater the needs of students and staff. Trainings on advanced topics are conducted to hone students and increase the placement opportunities. The workshops, seminars and invited talks from experts are organized frequently through professional bodies like CSI, ISTE and department technical forum “STEIGEN”. The CSI student branch has received the “Best CSI Student Branch Award” at the CSI National Convention 2012. The department has signed MOU with top IT giants. The partial list includes IBM - Centre of Excellence, IBM - Incubation centre, Microsoft - IT Academy, Infosys - Campus Connect Program, NOVELL - Centre of Excellence and EMC2 - Academic Alliance partner. We are proud to inform that we attract top notch IT companies for campus placements.

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PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES The educational objectives of a program are the statements that describe the expected achievements of graduates within first few years of their graduation from the program. The program educational objectives of Bachelor of Engineering in Information Science and Engineering can be broadly defined on four counts: I. TECHNICAL EXPERTISE AND PROBLEM SOLVING: Graduates will be able to successfully integrate the fundamentals of Information Technology with design tools and methodologies to build innovative systems and solve complex technological problems in their profession. II. LIFELONG LEARNING: Graduates will begin their career or pursue higher studies in Information Technology or in their chosen field and engage in life long learning. III. EMPLOYABILITY: Graduates will be advancing in their professional skills that prepare them for better growth in diverse career paths of Information Technology and related fields. IV. PROFESSIONAL ETHICS: Graduates will demonstrate inclination towards the needs of the society through professional ethics, research and service.

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PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Program outcomes are narrower statements that describe what students are expected to know and be able to do by the time of graduation. These relate to the skills, knowledge and behavior. Bachelor of Engineering in Information Science and Engineering students attain the following program outcomes: a) An ability to apply knowledge of Mathematics, Science and Engineering b) An ability to design and conduct experiments as well as to analyze and interpret data c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability and sustainability d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams e) An ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility g) An ability to communicate effectively h) A broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economical environmental, and societal context i) A recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in life-long learning j) A knowledge of contemporary issues k) An ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for vengineering practice l) An ability to assimilate quality Software Engineering practices m) An ability to participate and succeed in competitive examinations.

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CHAIRMAN’S MESSAGE

It is my pleasure and honor to greet and congratulate all members of the Department of Information Science & Engineering of Acharya Institute of Technology, who publish the in-house magazine “PRASTHITA” consecutively on the third time. Over a period of time the magazine has become platform for the students to express their views and instill the creative writing with a sense of discipline and decorum. I’m looking forward to see many more such endeavors to come from the department in the years to come and encourage them for the benefit of student community with commitment and consistency.

Shri. B. Premnath Reddy Chairman, Acharya Institutes

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PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE

Dear Steigen Lane Members, We are indeed impressed by the activities that Steigen Lane engages year by year. The Department of ISE has been spear heading in many activities through this student forum. Be it the State Level Technical Symposium that has been planned or the magazine “Prasthita”, the values propelled through these endeavours is appreciated. We congratulate the Steigen Lane Team and the Magazine Committee Members on this occasion

Dr. H. D. Maheshappa Principal, Acharya Institute of Technology

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HOD’S MESSAGE

I am very happy to present the 3rd Issue of "Prasthita" the departmental magazine for the academic year 2012 - 13.

Prasthita is the brain child of the students and staff of Information Science and Engineering with an objective of creating platform for the students and staff of the department for showcasing their knowledge in form of articles in Prasthita. I am sure Prasthita has created platform to showcase the student talents and achievements.

Dr. Rameshbabu H.S. Dean (Administration) and HOD, Dept of IS & E


ADVISORY BOARD Chief Advisor Dr. H. D. Maheshappa Chairman Dr. H. S. Ramesh Babu Department of ISE, AIT Member Secretary Mr. C. K. Marigowda Department of ISE, AIT

Principal, AIT Dean - Administration & Head Associate Professor

MEMBERS Dr. P. Suresh

Dr. D. Manjunath

Dr. Rajan M. A.

Dr. Gowrishankar

Dr. Satish Babu B.

Mr. Pratap Kodancha

Principal Researcher, Education & Research,Infosys Ltd., Mysore Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology(IIT) ,Bombay Research Scientist, Innovation Labs, Tata Consultancy Services, Bangalore Professor & Head, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore Professor & Head, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Siddaganga Institute of Technology,Tumkur Associate Manager, SAP Labs India Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Thank you‌ We would like to acknowledge and extend our heartfelt gratitude to Shri.B.Premnath Reddy (Chairman, Acharya Institutes), Mrs. Shalini Reddy, Director (Admissions), Mrs. C. Madhavi Srinivas (Director HR), Shri. C.B.M. Bhooshan (Director, Placements) and Dr. H. D. Maheshappa (Principal, AIT) who supported us throughout the production of this magazine. We would also like to warmly acknowledge Dr. Ramesh Babu H.S, (Dean-Administration and HOD, ISE) for his guidance and input in the making of the magazine. Of the many people who have been enormously helpful in the preparation of this magazine, we are especially thankful to Prof. C. K. Marigowda (Associate Professor, Dept of ISE) and Prof. Ravichandra M. (Assistant Professor, Dept of ISE) for their help and support in guiding us through to its successful completion. We would also like to express our gratitude to our fellow students for their valuable contributions. We would also like to express our hearty thanks to staff (teaching and non teaching) for their self less support throughout the production of the magazine And especially to the almighty God, who made all things possible.

-EDITORIAL TEAM


PRASTHITA ROAD MAP

ACADEMIC YEAR 2010-11

ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-12

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STAFF AT DEPARTMENT OF ISE Dr. RAMESH BABU H.S B.E.,M.S., Ph.D.

PROFESSOR & HOD

Mr. C.K.MARIGOWDA B.E., M.Tech., (Ph.D) Associate Professor

Dr. SHIVA MURTHY .G B.E., M.Tech., Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Mr. MANJUNATH T.N.

Associate Professor

B.E., M.Tech.,(Ph.D)

Mr. MAHESH G.

B.E., M.Tech.,(Ph.D)

Associate Professor

Mr. D.SUDARSANAN

Asst. Professor Grade -1

B.E., M.Tech.,(Ph.D)

Mr. UMAPATHI G. R

B.E., M.Tech.

Asst. Professor Grade -1

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Mrs. KALA VISHESH B.E., M.Tech.

Asst. Professor Grade -1

Mr. SRINIVAS K. B.E., M.Tech.

Asst. Professor Grade -1

Mr. RAVICHANDRA M. B.E., M.Tech. (Ph. D) Asst. Professor Grade -2

Mrs. TANUJA K. B.E., M.Tech. Asst. Professor Grade -2

Mrs. USHA KUMARI V. B.E., M.Tech. Asst. Professor Grade -2

Mrs. CHAITRA B. B.E., M.Tech. Asst. Professor Grade -3


Mr. YOGESH N. B.E., M.Tech. Asst. Professor Grade -3

Mrs. PRATHIBHA VANI P.M. B.E., M.E.,(Ph.D) Asst. Professor Grade -3

Mr. SATISH S. B.E., M.Tech. Asst. Professor Grade -3

Mr. CHAYAPATHI A.R. B.E., M.E. Asst. Professor Grade -3

Mr. AMOGH P.K. B.E., M.Tech. Asst. Professor Grade -3

Mr. ARUN K.H. B.E., (M.Tech) Asst. Professor Grade -3

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Mr. NAGARAJ NAIK B.E., M.Tech. Asst. Professor Grade -3

Mr. HEMANTH T.D.

B.E., M.Tech.

Asst. Professor Grade -3

Mr. GANGADHARAIAH S.

B.E., M.Tech.

Asst. Professor Grade -3

Mr. MURALIDHARA S.

B.E., M.E.

Asst. Professor Grade -3

Ms. ARPITHA N.S. B.E., M.Tech.

Asst. Professor Grade -3

Mrs.CHANDRAKALA H.T A.M.I.E., M.Tech Asst. Professor Grade -3


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MCA.

Programmer

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Mr. YATHEESH N G B.E.,(M.Tech)

Programmer

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Mrs. SAVITHA K

DCS., A.M.I.E.

Instructor

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Mr. HARISH L S

Mr. RADHA KRISHNA G K

B.Sc ( IT).,(B.E)

Instructor

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Mr. VISHWANATH DESAI

DCS.,(B.E)

Instructor

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Mr. SUMANTH G

DIS.

Instructor

Mrs. JALAJAKSHI M S P.U.C.

Jr. Assistant

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FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS

Mr. Shiva Murthy G, Associate Professor Dept. of ISE was awarded with PhD on 14th February 2013 for his thesis work titled “A Novel Energy Efficient Routing Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks” from National Institute of Technology, Karnataka (NITK) Suratkal.

Prof. Marigowda C K, Associate Professor, Dept of ISE has earned 190 credit points at Infosys Campus Connect Program. Is now being placed as a Silver Partner Faculty of Infosys Campus Connect.

Prof. Chandrakala H T Assistant Professor, Dept of ISE, secured 2nd rank in the VTU examinations of M. Tech (CSE) during the academic year 2011-12.

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DEPARTMENT ACHIEVEMENTS

Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5

6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Name of the Conference / Workshop etc. organized

Date & Month

An invited talk on Careers 1st in Software testing September 2012 An Invited talk on Big-Data 26th September An Invited talk on Career 28th Guidance September 2012 Campus Connect 6th - 30th Foundation Programme July 2012 Steigen Lane-2012 A 4th - 5th National Level Technical May 2012 Symposium Train The Trainer Workshop on Enterprise 29th - 31st Application Development May 2012 using ASP.NET MVC 28th March Tech Quiz 2012 Two Day workshop on 30th - 31st Research Methodologies January 2013 Three Day Workshop on 22nd - 24th Software Testing & Quality January 2013 Assurance International Workshop on 10th January Emerging Trends in 2013 Information Processing 28th January Faculty Development 1st February Program 2013 Educational Opportunities 13th October in Abroad and USA 2012

No. of Participants

Conducted under the banner of

100

ISE/IACE

100

ISE/IACE

100

ISE/IACE

200 300

Dept. of ISE / CSE Dept. of ISE Student Forum Steigen

42

Acharya Institute of Technology

45

STEIGEN

70

Dept of CSE & ISE, AIT

80

Dept of ISE & CSE

75

Dept of CSE & ISE

25

Steigen Forum

75

Steigen Forum

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SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES BY IN-HOUSE DEVELOPMENT CELL The team comprises of: Chief Mentor - Prof. Manjunath T. N., Associate Professor, Dept of ISE and Programmers - Mr. Harish L. S., Mr. Yateesh N. G., Mr. Sumanth G., Mr. Praveen D Tonni, Mr. Vishwanath Desai and Mr. Venkatesh H.

Name of Software

Purpose & Status

Acharya Institute Proctorial System (AIPS)

A web application to maintain data of all students and proctors: Constantly new features are updated to this application, is used across the campus for Proctorial record maintenance.

Faculty Appraisal / Feedback System

An application that has made faculty appraisal by student community a hassle free process at widely spread Acharya campus. and it is now updated to obtain Post graduation student feedback also.

The test run of the application is successful and Monthly Achievement and Activities Reporting currently being used by all departments of Software (MAARS) AIT to upload the monthly activities of their respective departmetns online.

Annual Student Feedback System

Students can post their feedback on facilities and grievances/appreciations at Acharya Campus. This application is integrated with Acharya website

Performance Based Appraisal System

Initiated and is in development stage, the purpose is to automate Performance Based Appraisals which will simplify the Annual Appraisal process for a huge work force of Acharya Institutes.

INTERNSHIP FOR PRE-FINAL YEAR STUDENTS In House Software Cell has conducted internship for pre final year students on “Web Application Development” for a duration of one month in January 2013. The programme culminated by successfully delivering two software projects namely “Leave Management System” and “Performance Based Appraisal System”. The team comprised of 14 members from IS and CS departments headed by Chief Mentor Prof. Manjunath T. N. and Programmers Mr. Harish L. S. & team. PRASTHITA DEPT OF IS&E


PAPERS PUBLISHED BY FACULTY IN JOURNALS & CONFERENCES

Name of the Conference / Workshop etc.

Place

Date

Title of the papers/ Lecture presented

Data Warehousing & Mining Workshop

Solapur University, Kegaon, Maharastra, India

21st - 22nd December 2012

Invited Talk on Data warehousing and Mining and its trend in Industry

Prof. Ushakumari V

International Conference on tFuture computing

R.V College of Engineering, Bangalore

20th - 22nd December 2012

Implementing Security in Cloud Computing System based on Trusted Computing Technique

Dr. Ramesh Babu HS

15th ISTE Karnataka State Faculty Convention

East West Institute of Technology

7th and 8th December 2012

Forming Green Clouds using Green chips

ICETIT 2012

VTU, Belgaum

5th - 6th October 2012

Movement of IT Industries towards Cloud Computing

11th – 13th April 2012

“Enhancing Network Capacity and throughput in Data center Networks”

26th – 27th April 2012

“FICONN: A Novel Inter-connection Structure for Data Centre Networks”

Name of the Teacher Prof. T.N Manjunath

Prof. Chaitra B

Prof. Yogesh.N

Prof. Yogesh.N

Rajarajeswari International College of Conference on Cloud Engineering in Computing and collaboration Service Engineering with Kingston (LUSE-2012) University, London, U.K. Nagarjuna National Conference College of on Emerging trends Engineering, in Technology Bangalore

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Name of the Teacher(s)

Prof. Shiva Murthy G.

Prof. Manjunath T. N.

Prof. Mahesh G. and Dr. Ramesh Babu H. S.

Prof. Mahesh G. and Dr. Ramesh Babu H. S.

Prof. Mahesh G. and Dr. Ramesh Babu H. S.

Prof. Mahesh G. and Dr. Ramesh Babu H. S.

Prof. Mahesh G and Dr. Ramesh Babu H. S.

Prof. Gangadharaiah S.

Prof. C. K. Marigowda

Sl. No.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

IEEE Sensors Journal, Oct 2012, Vol. 12 & No. 10. Paces: 2941-2949.

Digital Signature Based Smut Node Disjoint Multipath Routing Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks International Journal of Machine Realistic Analysis of Data Warehousing and Learning and Computing, UMLC 2012 Data Mining Application in Education Domain Vol .2(4): 419-422 ISSN: 2010-3700 Channel Reservation Model for User Class International Journal of Computer Based Admission Control in Next Science Issues Generation Wireless Networks bearing paper id IJCSI Volume 9. Issue 3, May 2012 IIJCS1-2012-9-3-2691’ Differential Access Model for User Class based CiiT International Journal of Wireless Call Admission Control Mechanism in Next Communication, May 2012 Generation Wireless Networks Channel Partitioning with Queuing Model for IJCA - International Journal of User Class based Call Admission Control in Computer Applications, May 2012 Next Generation Wireless Networks Channel Partitioning Model for User Class Elixir International Journal of Network Based Call Admission Control in Next Engineering. May 2012 Generation Wireless Networks International Journal of Advanced Integrating Quality of Service, Call Admission Research in Computer Science Control and Pricing for User Classes in Next Volume 3, No. 2, Generation Wireless Networks March-April 2012 ISSN No. 0976-5697 International Journal of Wireless & Context Aware Resource Allocation in Mobile Networks OJWMN Distributed Vol. 4, No. 2, April 2012 Sensor Networks ISSN: 0975 - 3834[Online]; 0975 -4679 [Print] A Secured Transport System by authenticating ICCSEA- 2012 International Vehicles and Drivers using REID Conference

Publication citation

Title of the Paper

Springer Journal

International Journal

International Journal

International Journal

International Journal

International Journal

International Journal

International Journal

International Journal

National or International Journal


CONFERENCE, SYMPOSIA, SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS ETC. ATTENDED BY TEACHERS Name of the Conference/ Workshop etc.

Place

Date

Prof. Marigowda C .K Prof. Shiva Murthy G.

Effective Leadership For Excellence

IACE, Acharya Institutes, Bangalore

19th - 20th December 2012

Prof. Yogesh N Prof. Chayapathi A .R

Faculty Development Programme –Alan M Turing-Simplification in Intelligent Computing Theory and algorithms

PESIT, Bangalore

18th - 20th December 2012

Prof. Ganesh Prasad

Spring One India, on Spring Technology

Palace Grounds, Bangalore

Sl. Name of the Teacher No. 1

2

3 4

Dr. Ramesh Babu H S

5

Prof. Manjunath T.N Prof. Chayapathi A. R

6

Prof. Marigowda C . K

7

Prof. Manjunath T. N.

8

Prof. Yogesh N

9

Prof. B Ganesh Prasad Prof. Muralidhar S Prof. Arpitha N S

10

Prof. Kala Venugoapl Prof. Chaitra B

“Effective Leadership for Excellence”- Conducted by IACE Open Lecture Series on Advanced Science and Technology

11th December 2012 23rd - 24th November 2012 16th November 2012

Acharya Institute of Technology P.E.S Institute of Technology, Bangalore VTU Center For Post Graduate 16th Workshop on Concepts & Studies October applications of RDBMS Bangalore 2012 Region Angadi Institute Workshop on Data of Technology 7th October Warehousing & Management, 2012 & Data mining Belgaum Joy of Teaching Sapthagiri 26th Computer Networks College of September Faculty Engineering, 2012 Development Programme Bangalore Acharya 13th Workshop on PHP & Institute of September MYSQL Technology 2012 Dayanand Sagar 6th - 8th DB2 TRAINING College of engg, August 2012 Bangalore

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Name of the Conference/ Workshop etc.

Place

Date

Prof. Shiva Murthy G Prof. Amogh Pramod Kulkarni Prof. Satish S

Cloud Computing and Internet of Things

NITK, Suratkal

23rd – 25th July 2012

Prof. Tanuja K

FDP on System Software & Operating System Lab

RNS Institute of Technology, Bangalore

30 - 31st July 2012

Tele-Africa Channel , Gabon, Africa

30th July 2012

TV-RTM channel, Gabon, Africa

31th July 2012

Acharya Institute of Technology

29th - 31st May 2012

Sl. Name of the Teacher No. 11

12

13

Dr.Ramesh Babu H.S

14

Dr.Ramesh Babu H.S

15

A panel Discussion on National Television Channel of Gabon (African Country)called TELE-Africa Live Television Programme A panel Discussion on Opportunities in IT at Acharya Institute of Technology

Prof. Sudarsnan D Prof. Mahesh G Prof. Hemanth T D Trainer The Trainer WorkProf. Arun K H shop on Enterprise AppliProf .Nagaraj Naik cation Development using Prof. Chayapathi ASP.NET MVC Mr. Harish L S Mr. Yatheesh N G

16

Prof. Kala Venugopal

Infosys Spark Program

Infosys, Bangalore

17

Mr. Harish L S

PHP Certification

IACE, AIT

18

Prof. C.K Marigowda

Principal’s and SPOC meet

19

Prof. Sudarshnan D Prof. Prathibhavani

Wireless Mesh Networks Challenges and Research Directions

20

Dr. Rameshbabu H.S

EMC Academic Summit 2012

Dr. Rameshbabu H.S

National Conference on Frontiers of Computer Science & Technology FCST’12

21

28th April 2012 11th April 2012 9th March 2012

Infosys Limited, Bangalore Govt. Sri Krishna Rajendra silver 12th - 16th Jubliee March 2012 Technological Institute Bangalore M S Ramaiah 10th Institute of February Technology, 2012 Bangalore Rajarajeswari 14th & 15th college of February Engineering, 2012 Bangalore

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Sl. Name of the Teacher No. 22

23

Prof. C.K Marigowda

Prof. Hemanth T.D

24

Prof. Chaitra B

25

Prof. Tanuja K Prof. Gangadharaiah S

26

Dr.Shivamurthy G

27

28

29

Name of the Conference/ Workshop etc.

Place

National Level workshop on Network simulator

VTU, Belgaum

Faculty Enablement Infosys Limited, Program (Infosys Campus Mysore Connect) VTU-VGST sponsored Faculty Development Programme On “Cognitive Intelligence and Data Mining” Faculty Development Programme on Information Storage and Management

Date 16th - 18th February 2012 30th January 3rd February 2012

B.N.M.I.T, Bangalore

30th January 1st February 2012

MSRIT, Bangalore

16th - 20th January 2012

B M S College Project Demonstration on of Engineering, Wireless Sensor Networks Bangalore

Prof. Yogesh N

VTU EDUSAT Programme

VTU Studio Bangalore

Prof. Ravichandra M

Workshop on Wireless Networks Protocols & Troubleshooting

IISc Bangalore

Prof. Sudarsanan D

Workshop on Wireless Networks Protocols & Troubleshooting

IISc Bangalore

12th February 2013 19- 27 February 2013 9th,16th, 23rd February 2013 9th,16th, 23rd February 2013

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STEIGEN

MISSION To ignite young minds with innovative ideas and “excel their skills”, by providing a platform to their knowledge and guiding them to achieve their goals.

OBJECTIVE OF STUDENT FORUM Motivate students to excel through the student forum STEIGEN. It is the mantra of Department of Information Science and Engineering to ignite the young minds with innovative ideas and “ nurture their skills” there by providing a platform to update knowledge and guide them to achieve goals; preparing them to participate in various paper presentation programs, to enhance their interpersonal skills, motivating them in all aspects to participate in national and international seminars and such talent-seeking activities. • An attempt to enhance the Teacher-Student association for departmental activities, achievements and goals • Activities to imbibe team spirit and encourage development of technical and curricular skills among students • Step in the growth and display youngsters’ talents • Create platform for enhancing student - industry interaction

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STEIGEN COORDINATORS 2012-13 Sl No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

Name Abhijeet Kunder Abhinav Dixit Abhishek Prakash Md. Afzal Kareem Akriti Sinha Anamika Prakash Anjali Anitha R. Ashwini Bharat B S Charishma Devi V Chetan R Swaroop Cladia Monica Correa Divya G S Eshanesh Jha Geetha H. S. Harsha Bhat Nagdev Amruthnath Navya P Nikhil Kumar Pallavi Gowda Rajeev Kumar Ravindranath Patil Rohith R Roopa V Prashant Gaurav Prakash Chandra Ranjith Kumar Saif Shamim Shruthi J Singh Shweta A Snehlatha Yadav Sudarshan Subramanian Surender Jangir Vinayashree H V Viraj R Karjol Abhishek Singh Aruna B R Chidambar S Gokak

Sem & Sec 8-A 8-A 8-A 8-A 8-A 8-A 8-A 8-A 8-A 8-A 8-B 8-A 8-B 8-A 8-A 8-A 8-B 8-A 8-A 8-B 8-A 8-B 8-B 8-B 8-B 8-B 8-B 8-B 8-B 8-B 8-B 8-B 8-B 8-B 8-A 8-B 6-A 6-A 6-A

Sl No 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80

Name Girish Kumar R Girish H Gnana Pradha Harshita Jivesh Ranjan Sarkar Mithun B M Monika Suman Mrudhula B Nikila A Kumar Nisha Mallesh Preeti Kumari Sah Ritika Allam Sandeep Reddy Santhosh U J Swathi K Thrinethra T Vaishnavi V Adarsh H Aishwarya Nambiar Akshay Abhinay Apoorva R V Isha Sokhey Lucas Prince Charles Nischay C Pragya Umang Ruchi Singh Sadhana B N Sanchith Milind Bhople Saurabh Buttan Shashi Kiran Shreya Sidharth Chhawchharia Surabhi Shankar Swathi C Swati Saini Vaishnavi B Varnika V S Vikash Kumar Vinay Kumar S V

Sem & Sec 6-A 6-B 6-A 6-A 6-A 6-A 6-A 6-A 6-A 6-A 6-A 6-B 6-A 6-B 6-B 6-B 6-B 4-A 4-A 4-A 4-B 4-A 4-B 4-A 4-A 4-B 4-B 4-B 4-B 4-B 4-B 4-B 4-B 4-B 4-B 4-B 4-B 4-B 4-B

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STEIGEN WEEKLY REPORT ODD SEMESTER 2012-13 Sl No

Event Name

Held on

First Place

Second Place

Third Place

1

Aptitude Test

8th August 2012

Navya P, 7th Semester

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2

Demonstration Of Hardware Components

Snehalatha Yadav, 7th Semester

22th August 2012

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-

-

Mock Interview

29th August 2012

Nagdev Amruthnath , 7th Semester

Mrudhula B, 5th Semester and Shruthi J Singh, 7th Semester

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3

EVEN SEMESTER 2012-13 Sl No Event Name

Held on

1

MATGIC++

8th February 2013

2

Catch the Bug

4th March 2013

3

Group Discussion

1st April 2013

4

TECHZINE

12th April 2013

First Place Clement Almeida, 4th Semester Ajay Kumar Jha, 6 Semester

Second Place

Sidharth Chhawchharia , 4th Semester Gnana Pradha G, 6 Semester Surabhi Mithun B M, Shankar, 6th Semester 4th Semester Gaurav Kumar Mithun B M, 6th Semester 6th Semester

Third Place Utkal singh, 4th Semester -

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REACHING OUT‌ Yes,To The Limits Of The Unlimited Desert, To The Unending Fathoms Of The Deep Sea And The Peaks Rising To Heaven From Earth, The World Is Laved With Tears And Glee. But What After The Infinite? Where Impalpable Are Zenith And Zilch! Is There A Void Or A Beginning Bright, Or The Light That Descends From Thee? In The Desert, Following The Mirage In The Bubble That Is About To Blast, I Pray O Kind Lord! Please Lead Me Ahead Of The Limits Of The Infinity. - Eeshanesh Jha 8th Sem A Section eeshanesh.ise.09@acharya.ac.in

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TIME IS PRECIOUS Time is free but it is priceless. You can’t queen it, but can use it. You can’t keep it but you can spend it. Once you have last it you can never get it back, Time is more valuable than money. You can get more money but you can’t get more time • To realize the value of one second, ask a person who just avoided accident • To realize the value of one minute ask the person who missed the train • To realize the value of one hour, ask the lovers who are waiting to meet each other • To realize the value of one week, ask the editor of a weekly news paper • To realize the value of one month, ask a mother who have given birth to a premature baby • To realize the value of one year, ask a student who failed in exams A minute “NOW” is better than minute “LATER”, treasure every moment. • Today is a gift, that’s why it’s called the “PRESENT”.

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- Hansika Anand hansika.beis.11@acharya.ac.in

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A STRAIGHT THOUGHT RIGHT OUT OF MY HIPPOCAMPUS, NOTHING SPECIAL About 2 years back, final year was placed, had the most joyous college time with all my wonderful friends. Wanted to always get out of the college as soon as possible, for whatever reason it was, never knew I will regret that thought in the future. Dreamt of the most colorful career ahead!! This day when I just scroll through the pictures of my college days, very few though, I just strongly feel to sit in that last bench of the classroom munching on my classmates lunch box right in middle of a boring software theory class!!! (I bet that I was never caught). The classes which I never wanted to miss and those for which I almost cried to sit! Not a single lab program I remember writing without having a peep in the computer screen next to me in the lab, never could keep my eyes open, no matter how much ever I tried, on the 1st hour of the day and the hour after the lunch (Discovered a million sleeping postures)!!! I still remember my first day in college, a day after Indian Independence Day (16th August 2007), sadly independent from the homely-good-feeling, management-quota section, last bench, late by about 10 days to college, late by about 20 minutes to the math class, badly drossy travelling in the bus and walking all the way from the bus stand! Out of the whole class I was made to stand up and solve a problem, and I will leave it to you to conclude what could a 62% PU marks scorer would do when asked such question on the first day of class…..…..Yes, a distinction degree certificate is not “THE GREATEST” thing, but the process through which I reached there is priceless! And all the non-academic things which I learnt are life lessons, worth everything. I thank all my teachers (I do not want to address them as just lecturers), friends and my parents, I never believed in GOD. Today, when penning down my thoughts, worked from morning 8AM to 7.30PM, never remember attending a full day class till 4PM in college! Grrrrrrrrr…….power cuts, typing this document for the second time, I never remember writing a page of assignment in college! The positivity and the dead hard confidence to sit next to the dignitaries during the Steigen Lane-2011 as a student-representative were only few of the thousand lessons I learnt in my 4 years of my engineering for the life. The greatest and the proudest feeling when I was awarded as the best outgoing student, I was honored…. But, is that all? Have I achieved anything? ..... No, life is restless, and if we are restless, be sure we are up to something. As some great person as said “never stop dreaming, and achieving it”! Life…changes without any triggers to inform us what is happening, no run time exceptions; there is only abrupt end of the whole program, Life….or what ever, unless skeptical!! As they say, Life is lived forward and understood backwards and most of all rewind is unfortunately not an option. So, where ever we are let us cherish past, make present/future more meaningful and fun as “Happiness is the state of mind and is not a result of any of our/others actions”. Always thankful to all my teachers and friends in college, who taught “beyond books”…. Sorry for all the lecture Cheers,

- Arun M C Batch 2011 Alumni, Working for Infoys Ltd. Arun_Basavaswamy@infosys.com

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From: Students To: Teachers Try to be a human not just a teaching machine. Do not teach only a subject, but rather teach as students. Let us feel that you are interested in us as a human being not just as a number in your notebook Do not judge us only by the marks we get in exams, but rather the effort we put. Do not expect us to like your subject the most. Other subjects may be interesting too, And perhaps even more so, at least for some of us. Help us to learn to think and to judge our self, not just memorize ready-made answers. Help us rather to find the answer our self, though this way may be both painful for both of us. Listen to the questions we may seriously ask, however foolish they may sound to you. If you can listen, we might learn to listen too. Be strict enough with me, provided you are just. I know that I need it, though outwardly I may rebel against it. Do not ridicule me, especially not before my classmates. It hurts, and it will turn me against you. An earnest but a kind word in private will be more effective. Do not pity us, especially not in front of others, if we do not succeed so well. Pity can be so embarrassing. An occasional deserved word of acknowledgement is most welcome. Keep your personal problems and political ideas to yourself. We cannot judge or solve them anyhow. Remember that once upon a time you were a student yourself. Did you always get the best marks? And did you never forget a thing? Please keep studying yourself, and do not Mechanically use in class the same yellowed notes. Which you wrote some 20 years ago. Do not expect a word of thanks ever so often. I am grateful, but I find it difficult to express my gratitude in words. And so ………………………….thank you ever so much!”

- Preetii Sah 6th Semester B Section, preethi.ise.10@acharya.ac.in

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CHANGE: THE ESSENCE OF LIFE “Change”- Change is not just a phrase but it is a real transformation. I realized what an important role change plays in our life. In fact, without change we could become only machines working without purpose. But, do all of us accept change? Do we not feel reluctant at first to accept such situation? Now we see so many of the present generation spurning the ideas of the older ones, calling them “outdated”. This has become so common that earlier generation people are of the opinion that youngsters are acting without thinking. To some extent I agree to them. Yes, being a youngster from present generation, you would expect me to revolt against the custom and traditions. But no!! Before we could jump into conclusions, it is our duty to consider the pros and cons of an issue. Few issues and problems will have a solution in our traditions and beliefs to some extent apart from science. So, change should not be to such an extent that we forget and lay back our traditions and move on. In the other way round change should not also be like sticking on to the beliefs and not accepting the change. But, change for the sake of change is not good. Our ancestors pass on to us certain customs and traditions which we must try to understand. Also we should not allow our beliefs to blindfold us but become more open to change and ‘criticism’. Sure, you might say that you do want to change and avoid these so called traditions, but there must have been times in everyone’s life where you refused to change yourself with the growing ages. May a year or more years younger to us have a different opinion about these things and we might oppose that, which we might not like, and we call it as the “Generation Gap”. What is the solution to this then?? In my humble opinion, we should be more rational in outlook. Let us stop and analyze every issue rather than go along with the crowd either by following the traditions or by accepting the change blindly. Since without change there is no development, change is the essence of life.

- Vaishnavi V. 6th Semester B Section vaishnavi.ise.10@acharya.ac.in

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NEGOTIATION FOR ENGINEERS Most meaningful modern technical problems are beyond the reach of a single individual to solve. They require teams of individuals, sometimes large, geographically diverse teams, with distinct areas of expertise, to work together over long periods of time. Though engineers may prefer working alone, a significant quantity of a team’s work takes place in a group. The impact that each team member has in these group settings and therefore on the member’s own career, has as much to do with how one interacts within the team as it does with one’s technical skills. Thus, to be successful, an engineer must be comfortable in this highly interpersonal environment. And to advance, the engineer needs to excel in it. When the outcome of an exchange has as much to do with the personalities involved as with the information presented, that exchange is a negotiation. The team environment is a serial set of negotiations, each the most difficult kind to carry out successfully and engineers must often work in team settings. Thus, beyond the skills that are necessary to excel as technical contributors, engineers need the skills of negotiators. A course that the authors have developed teaches engineers how to acquire just that. We call the course “Technical Negotiation.” The course makes two advances over other courses: the practical examples are specific to engineering, and the focus is on the difficult problem of balancing long-term relationships while achieving a desired goal. So what are the skills that an engineer needs to master to become an effective negotiator? The authors’ course trains each engineer to approach and carry out an interaction by using the following steps: • Explore the goals and objectives of all parties; • Understand your own interests and positions, and those of the parties to the negotiation; • Create multiple options, evaluate them, and select the one with the highest overall value; • Balance the skill of advocacy with the skill of inquiry to improve both the effectiveness of communication and the likelihood of maintaining long-term relationships; • Understand the best walk-away alternatives to any negotiated outcome, and how those alternatives compare to the options under discussion. This last skill comes the closest to what most people think of when they hear the term “negotiation,” and may seem a little out of place in a technical setting. But standing your ground, and learning how to do so without damaging your relationships, is key to achieving the confidence to negotiate effectively in the first place. A successful negotiation maintains relationships by ensuring that all parties to the negotiation feel included in the process. As a result, the team is more invested in the result as well. This helps team morale, which in turn, helps the employer. These heady new skills come with a single downside. Once you realize what you can achieve through negotiation, you are under some obligation to try to effect the changes you believe are necessary. But this, of course, is the kind of problem engineers like. “When the outcome of an exchange has as much to do with the personalities involved as with the information presented, that exchange is a negotiation”

-Adarsh hebsur(1ay11is002) & Isha sokhey(1ay11is034) 4th semester A section PRASTHITA DEPT OF IS&E


GREENERY IN CLASSROOMS In today’s frenetic world, many urban dwellers spend more than 80% of the day indoors. Bringing nature in to living spaces by enhancing homes and offices with ornamental plants has become another popular facet of the move to “green” our lives. In addition to their aesthetic beauty, indoor plants have been shown to offer psychological and restorative values, such as reduced tension, better coping mechanisms, and increased concentration and attention. Researchers have found that the presence of houseplants in homes and workplaces can reduce eye irritation and stress, motivate employees, improve concentration, and even reduce air impurities. Plants appeared to have a positive effect on headaches and fatigue and hoarseness, and employees even reported having less dry skin when plants were introduced to offices. Interior plants have also been shown to increase work productivity; in one study, employees’ reaction time on computer tasks improved by 12% when plants were present. Now, scientists are testing the impact of plants on student performance and satisfaction in the classroom. Jennifer S. Doxey and Tina Marie Waliczek from the Department of Agriculture, Texas State University, and Jayne M. Zajicek of the Department of Horticultural Sciences, Texas A&M University, published a study of the impact of plants in univer sity classr ooms in a r ecent issue of HortScience. Their main objective was to investigate the impact of plants in classrooms on course performance and student perceptions of the course and instructor. The study was designed to include a minimum of two classes of the same coursework taught by the same professor in the same room during one semester. Three sets of two classes each and 385 students were included within the study. Throughout the semester, an experimental group of students attended classes in rooms that contained an assortment of tropical plants. The control group of students attended class in rooms with no plants. At the end of the semester, the students were asked to complete the university’s course and instructor evaluation survey, and each student provided demographic data, including class rank, gender, and ethnicity. To measure course performance, the professor for each course reported each student’s grade for the course. Although the researchers found no significant differences in students’ grades and academic perforPRASTHITA DEPT OF IS&E


mance, differences were identified in students’ overall course and instructor evaluation scores. Of particular interest, statistically significant differences were found between control and treatment groups when students scored questions related to “learning”, “instructors’ enthusiasm”, and “instructors’ organization”. Students from the group whose classrooms included plants rated these items higher on the satisfaction scale. In comparisons of the two student groups, the most apparent differences were reported by students who attended class in the room that was windowless and stark. According to Waliczek-- Results showed that interior plants appeared to have the greatest impact on students who were in the classroom that had no other natural elements. Results also showed that interior plants can be a suitable alternative in some cases to architectural elements such as windows. Also this study infers that plants have value beyond aesthetics in interior environments, including promoting positive feelings in university students.

- Girish Kumar R 6th Semester A Section girish.ise.10@acharya.ac.in

GUIDE: ALL ABOUT CLOUD COMPUTING When talking to small business owners, many seem confused by how cloud computing actually works. What is the cloud? Where is the cloud? Is it safe? Why do I want it? These seem to be the top 5 questions asked by many knowledge seeking consumers. Technology can be hard to decipher and navigate because it is full of technical jargon and is constantly changing. Let’s answer some of these questions for you, no technical jargon allowed. The dictionary defines cloud computing as: Internet based computing in which large groups of remote servers are networked so as to allow sharing of data processing tasks, centralized data storage and online access to computer services or resources. Thank you, Dictionary. I just have one last question, what is the cloud? Think of the cloud like you think of the internet. Saving your data to the cloud means that instead of sitting at your monitor, saving and downloading everything on to your own personal computer, (which can crash, be easily hacked, get stolen or lost) you are saving it to servers on the internet. Now, the cloud and the internet are not synonymous, you are not just saving all of your data to a website. Cloud computing is part of what we call software as a service. You are saving your data to software that is based on the internet instead of a personal or company computer. Here’s how it works. As mentioned earlier, when you use the cloud computing system you are entrusting your data, software and computations to a remote server. The providers of the cloud then manage the platforms and infrastructure on which the cloud and all of its applications run. So PRASTHITA DEPT OF IS&E


the natural follow up question is, where then is the cloud and who runs it? I am so glad you asked.

Where is the Cloud? There is actually no centralized cloud. You can’t buy a ticket to get in to see it. The cloud is a term for a system and a concept (stay with me). You are interfacing and storing your data on a remote server. A remote server that has all of the: storage, software, automatic updates, firewall and security that you will ever need. Your own systems and computers will not have to do all of the work. You will not have to worry about if everyone has the same software and if it is all updated. You will not have to worry about getting viruses or running out of storage space. All your computer has to do is have an internet connection and be able to run the cloud’s interface software. Having a computer that can interface with cloud software usually just means opening up a browser page on the internet. I can feel the question that is at the tip of your tongue, but is the cloud safe? Let’s address that now.

Is it safe? When we talk about technology we are actually talking about our livelihoods, our families, our legacies and years and years of hard work. It is imperative for us to know that the system we are handing over our data and all of our sensitive information to is secure. Hard drives locked in a cabinet along with files upon files are not safer, they are just more tangible and they give you the illusion that you are in control. All it takes is a fire or heat damage, a flood or water damage or a break-in for everything to be destroyed. When you move your systems to the cloud, it is now the cloud system provider’s responsibility to manage your IT systems. Most cloud providers manage their systems 27 hours a day, 8 days a week, 390 days a year; in other words someone always has an eye on it. Viruses are caught immediately, software is updated automatically and the equipment is stored in a secure, temperature controlled environment. Now for the other side of the coin: Cloud accounts can and have been hacked; even though millions of businesses have moved to the cloud most have them have not completely moved all of their data. There are still some things that business owners choose to keep close to the vest. Mario Santana, vice president of Cloud Security at Terremark, told Tech WorldNews - “the first step is to realize that all the normal security steps are still necessary in the cloud… It’s surprising how many folks assume that all that stuff is handled as a default part of a cloud service.” Due diligence is still necessary when dealing with IT security and the cloud. In order to help you in this decision of whether or not to join the cloud, it is good to look at who else is using the cloud….

Why do I want it? Last but not least, the final question to be answered is: why do you want it? Let’s recap: • It helps you focus more time on business and away from your IT • It helps standardize computer systems and software • It provides additional security compared to what some businesses can supply to their IT • It provides endless storage with no hardware purchase required • It allows access to all of your information anywhere with an internet connection • It is becoming a staple of industry standards PRASTHITA DEPT OF IS&E


The biggest and best reason for moving to the cloud, as mentioned in the first bullet, is that it allows you to focus more of your attention on your work and less of it on managing your IT. Technology can be hard to crack and that is one of the reasons why the cloud was invented, so that you can continue to be the expert at what you do and let those who excel at IT expertly manage your cloud.

-Nikhil P naik 4th Semester Section A, nikhil.beis.11@acharya.ac.in

CONTEMPORAY MUSIC BANDS & QUALITY DOWNFALL Things are going very grim in your life, your girl friend just dumped you, and your parents think that politicians in the state work harder than you. You feel like it is all pointless, all just a blurry image in the face of reality. I have chosen music as subject of my writeup. Be it heavy metal, death metal, thrash metal, hard rock, alternative, soft rock, progressive, hip-hop, R&B, blues, jazz, EDM and several other sub genres which quite frankly I’m very lazy to type, there are takers for everything. Even though for many, music is a passion; for many others, it is just a manner to fit into the crowd. Like when ‘Gangnam style’ was out, everyone had it on their phone coz everyone else had it. Imagine, surfing through the internet, and you come across a fat Asian man singing in an alien language with dance steps similar to riding a horse, it is atrocious. But since it went mainstream, you had to listen to it and like it or you’ll turn out to be the guy whom people point out and remark “What a loser! He doesn’t listen to Gangnam style”. There are not many listeners to sub genre of metal like death metal, black metal, and satanic metal because the lyrics can’t be ‘understood’. But when ‘Gangnam style’ was released, suddenly, everyone had taken Korean language classes in secret. The 60’s had Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, the Beatles, etc. Moving towards the 70’s there were brilliant musicians like Johnny Cash, Charlie Pride, Kenny Rogers, The Gatlin brothers and of course, who can forget Lynard Skynyrd? The genre of rock shone with artists like Elton John, Bob Seger, The Silver Bullet Band, and Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. Melding into disco were groups like ABBA. There were great lyricists like Bob Dylan. And of course the hard rock/ metal had its share of artists like Black Sabbath, The Who, KISS, Alice Cooper, AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, Blue Oyster Cult, Van Helen, etc. What happened to the good ol’ rappers like Scarface, 2pac, The Notorious B.I.G., Chuck D? Rappers like them who questioned the wrong doings of the government, attacked subjects like poverty, racism, and brought emotions to their lyrics, not only for the money but for the love of it. Nowadays, most of the rappers tend to write only about sex, drugs and partying and then there are rappers like Wiz Khalifa writing about his ‘Black and Yellow’ car and making millions out of it. Very few artists/bands write anything about the society or the system anymore and people don’t give a second glance at them because they are in a hurry to listen to the guy who writes a song every time PRASTHITA DEPT OF IS&E


he smokes Cannabis Sativa. Anyone can be a singer today coz there’s Auto-Tune. Most of the main stream musicians don’t even use instruments like the guitar anymore. Who knows? After a few years, we might point out to a guitar in a freaking museum and tell our kids “This is a guitar. Back in the days, this was used to make music”. Life is not always as sugar coated and gilded as the main stream musicians make it out to be, it is far beyond that with an element of reality. Artists like Nicki Minaj, One Direction, Justin Beiber, etc would have shot to fame in a very short span of time but so will they be forgotten in a few years. But good musicians like The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, etc have stood the test of time for decades that have passed and will not fade away for decades to come. There will still be good men out there who’ll make sure that it is kept alive.

- Shreyas Kumar 2nd Semester, F Section shreyas.beis.12@acharya.ac.in

THE PARADOX OF OUR TIMES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

It is that we have taller buildings but shorter tempers Wider free-ways but narrower viewpoints We spend more but we have less. We have bigger houses but smaller families. We have more academic degrees, but lesser sense. More experts, more problems, more medicines but lesser health. We have learnt how to make a living but forgotten how to live. We have added years to life but not life to years. We have been all the way to moon and back but have trouble crossing the street to meet our new neighbour. 10. We have split up the atom but not our prejudice. 11. These are the times of taller men and shorter character. 12. More leisure, but lesser fun. 13. More kinds of food but lesser nutrition. 14. These are the days of two incomes, but more divorces. 15. We have conquered other space, but not inner space. 16. This is the time when technology can bring you this note and a when you can choose either to make a difference or ignore........

- Varnika v s 4thsem B section varnika.beis.11@acharya.ac.in

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MY LAST HABBA!! Habba was a dream come true, For all that happened through; Working all day long, To make the foundation strong; Staying up the whole night, To see that everything goes right; We often had fights, To show our might; With the “all access” tags we had, To see that nothing goes bad; “Red army” were we called, Who saw that nothing was stalled; Habba was a dream which came true, And this is how the time flew!!! -Sudarshan Subramanian 8th Sem B Section sudarshan.ise.09@acharya.ac.in

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TREK TO MYSTERY LAKE OF GARHWAL HIMALAYAS ROOPKUND “LIFE” is a very complex term. In my definition life is what we lead outside our comfort zone. I and my friend decided to come out of the comfort zone and lead a life for few days. The result of that decision is the “Trek to Roopkund, Mystery Lake in Himalayas”. From old Delhi railway station we boarded Ranikhet express to depart at 22.40 and next day reached the terminating station “Kathgodham” early morning 6 ‘O’ clock. After break up of initial rounds of dialogues with some taxi drivers we were able to negotiate a fair price to reach Loharjung. On the initial part of the journey the sudden change in linear motion to more of rapid circular motion made our physical and mental body, difficult to get adjusted. Finally we reached our destination of the day. Rest of the day we retired to roam around the old, scarcely populated village, Loharjung, mushroomed at an altitude of 8000ft approximately. The night was filled with conversation about the winding, dangerous yet beautiful route, we had crawled dawn to dusk. The next day started with early morning walk on the edges of the mountains that were still sleeping with spongy white blanket. The initial part of the trail was well laid out flat narrow road that stretch from Loharjung to Wan village. We deviated at Kuling village to find steep sloping narrow village paths that led us to small roaring river. After recharging ourselves with clear water we started to climb up the mountain that stood on the other side of the river. The climb was very steep and exhausting. All the efforts and the sweat that we had shed were worth to reach yet another small village Didna that lies at an altitude, same as Loharjung but on the neighbouring mountain. The entire day we spent lazing around, waiting for the last rays of sun to disappear. Melodious rain was an added comfort to sound sleep. The next day we started bit early and faced much more difficult and steep climb. Initially we faced warmth of sun but as the trail entered into the thick coniferous forest we were spared. After climbing for almost 3 hours the tree line started to disappear and the land started to stretch flat with green cushioned carpet. Crossing Ali bugiyal we reached day two camp site Bedhni-Bugiyal. Bugiyal in Garhwali language means grasslands. Ali-Bugiyal and Bedhni-Bugiyal at an altitude of approx 11,000 ft are splendid expansion of lush green grasslands that provided us much needed relief to walk on. Bedni kund a small pond reflecting nanda gunti peak in its bone chilling water is awesome. The third day trek started on flat meadows and progressed to gain height drastically. From Patal Nachauni the trail started to climb north. The trail got steep, zig zag, narrow and slippery with PRASTHITA DEPT OF IS&E


sliding stones. Rain god “Varuna” started to test our strength and will, to proceed further joined by “Vayu” by making his presence less felt. Strong willed, determined and with god’s blessings we were able to reach Kalu Vinayak mandir which is at an altitude of 14,500 feet erected by Raja of Kanouj. After walking on ankle twisting boulders we reached Bhagwabhasa campsite (14,500ft). The weather condition at Bhagwabhasa is highly unfavourable and very hostile. We were completely exhausted and the lack of oxygen started to take toll on us. Hoping we may get acclimatized by next day we surrendered to sleep. Finally the summit day arrived. It was testing day for us. Today we will be scaling to an altitude of 16000ft. approx which is termed as “very high altitude”. Though the terrain was flat we started to feel tired. After walking for 45 minutes, we witnessed the snow line for the first time and the trails ascend so drastically that we started to feel cold chest. We were no more on brown land. We had to put extra effort to breath. Finally after climbing hair raising steeps we reached the mystery lake ROOPKUND (15,6000ft). Pristine beauty, Dream come true, Experience of life time, Milestone never achieved before, and what not! Roopkund has attracted attention by having human skeletal remains easily visible at its bottom. There are many theories and opinions, from purely spiritual to purely scientific ones, which explain the existence of these skeletons, which date back to 14th century AD. The weather was fantastic, clear skies welcomed us. The movement we finished taking some snaps and started ascend towards Junhargali call clouds covered the lake completely and weather started to show its true colour. Ascend to Junhargali call is nearly perpendicular. With lot more effort and aching head of my friend we reached Junhargali call. We crossed Junhargali pass and rested on other side of the mountain. Eating an apple or drinking frooti at this altitude proved to be very difficult and left me breathless. Ironically, the amount of energy I gained by eating an apple was less than amount of energy I drained to eat an apple. HACE High Altitude Cerebral Edema symptoms were prominently experienced by my friend that made us to start descent early. With a heavy heart, unwillingly we returned back to our comfort zone. At-least few days in a year I suggest all the readers to lead your “life”.

- Amogh Pramod Kulkarni Assisstant Professor amogh@acharya.ac.in “In the Hundred ages of gods, I could not tell thee of the glories of Himalayas. As the dew is dried up by the morning sun, so are the sins of mankind by the sight of Himalayas”. -Skanda Purana -www.summitters.net “One day’s exposure to mountains is better than cartloads of books. In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks” -John Muir.

Prof AMOGH on his expedition to HIMALAYAS

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ENTREPRENEURS: HARD WORKING OR HARDLY WORKING

There are 2 kinds of people in the world, those who “think” and those who “feel” The thinkers believe the world is a neat place with boundaries, but those who feel, see the entire world as one & dream to make world perfect. These breed of people are nothing but the enterprenuer. An entrepreneur is an individual who accepts some sort of risk usually financial in the pursuit of new ventures. The word can apply to any person organizing a new project or opportunity, though it is most often used in a business context. A person in this role is often characterized as innovative, independent, optimistic, creative, and hard-working. What is Entrepreneurship? Entrepreneurship means different to different people. Some start their own small business because there aren’t any jobs in their area. Some try to make their own future by pursuing their passions and their work becomes their fun as well. There are others who are innovators and come up with ideas never thought before and express the guts to take their idea to the market and create ripples in the market and alter industries in certain cases. The need for everyone is to do a self check and understand who can become an entrepreneur. There are multiple skills and traits that are part of an entrepreneur’s personality and through this self check you can assess whether you have or not the skills required to become an entrepreneur. But the story does not end here. Many people see the dreams, but a few muster the courage to fulfill them. In case you also dream to have an enterprise of your own, know why you should opt for entrepreneurship. For some, it is not just the dreams of the self, but the dreams of the community in which they live, that matters and hence they have the reasons to become entrepreneur for the welfare of their community. What leads a person to strike out on his own and start a business? Sometimes a person is frustrated with his or her current job and doesn’t see any better career prospects on the horizon. Sometimes a person realizes that his or her job is in jeopardy. A firm may be contemplating cutbacks that could end a job or limit career or salary prospects. In contrast, some people are attracted to entrepreneurship by the advantages of starting a business. These include: • Entrepreneurs are their own bosses. They make the decisions. They choose whom to do business with and what work they will do. They decide what hours to work, as well as what to pay and whether to take vacations. • Entrepreneurship offers a greater possibility of achieving significant financial rewards than working for someone else. • It provides the ability to be involved in the total operation of the business, from concept to design PRASTHITA DEPT OF IS&E


and creation, from sales to business operations and customer response. • It offers the prestige of being the person in charge. • It gives an individual the opportunity to build equity, which can be kept, sold, or passed on to the next generation. No one reason is more valid than another; none guarantee success. However, a strong desire to start a business, combined with a good idea, careful planning, and hard work, can lead to a very engaging and profitable endeavor. How to Become a Successful Entrepreneur? 1. Believe in Yourself. Fear is a powerful motivator. Be motivated and challenged by all people who tell you it cannot be done. 2. Be a sponge. Read everything you can get your hands on observe knowledge from all sources. 3. Do not try to be everything to everybody. Focus on what you are good at and what you love to do. 4. Even the big guys are always looking for the next client. Your worst enemy is not the competition...your worst enemy is yourself. 5. Always strive to re‑invent yourself and your product. Look for new ways to spread information, offer services and change the way you do things so you remain fresh, informed and can provide new services for your clients. 6. Integrity is King. Never ever compromise your values and beliefs. There is no such thing as an easy road to success. No one gets discovered. But, they do earn success. 7. Leave your ego at home. 8. Know When to Let Go: Not every client is worth keeping. Some will drain time, energy and money away from your business. Be happy to lose them 9. Do what you say. Remember what you said you would do and do it! 10. Have fun. Love what you do and love to get out of bed in the morning. If not, you are in the wrong business. ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND SOCIETY Entrepreneurship helps the society as well as the entrepreneur, themselves. The benefits of an entrepreneurship may be divided into three distinct categories that include the benefits to the nation, benefit to the society and the benefit to the individual. • An effective entrepreneurship venture fosters the production of wealth for a nation. When many of the entrepreneurship produce an output greater than the input, the economy of the nation is directly bolstered. • The income level of the average person and the standard of living of a society increase with every successful entrepreneurship project that is undertaken. • An entrepreneur helps himself while creating opportunities for others. • It is a fact that by doing so an entrepreneur fulfills his creative urge. Each successful project carried out by the entrepreneur leads to self satisfaction.

-Saurabh Shandilya 4th Semester B Section, saurabh.beis.12@acharya.ac.in

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FROM THE EDITOR’S DESK What after BE(IS)? Gate Examination Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is an all India examination that primarily tests the comprehensive understanding of various undergraduate subjects in Engineering and Technology. The GATE score of a candidate reflects a relative performance of a candidate. The score is used for admissions to post-graduate engineering programmes (eg. M.E., M.Tech, Integrated Ph.D.) in Indian higher education institutes with financial assistance provided by MHRD and other Government agencies. The score may also be used by Public sector units for employment screening purposes.

Government Jobs after BE There are different job openings in different sectors of Indian government. All such job openings are filled up with qualified BE candidates who successfully pass the recruitment process. Generally, Indian government holds competitive exams to select qualified candidates. This article will now discuss some of the important job posts for BE candidates that are available in the Indian government sector. Some of the PSUs which enrol engineering graduates are: BSNL BHEL BEL SAIL ECIL ISRO NTPC BPCL DRDO

ONGC HAL SBI NIC Home Ministry (ACIO G-II) UPSC conducted IAS, IES, ISS, IFS, IPS MTNL FCI IOCL

Going to US Based on an academic year beginning in August, the application requirements can be broken down into five steps that helps simplify and demystify the application process. To fulfil requirements and build a compelling application, the average student needs to start preparing about 15-18 months before the intended enrolment date. PRASTHITA DEPT OF IS&E


STEP 1 Research your options ( January-April) Based on your goals and your academic preparedness, create a shortlist of institutions that may be a good fit for your skills and talent (what’s your high school GPA? Do you need to take standardised tests? If you do, what scores are needed? What are your co-curricular accomplishments?) STEP 2 Complete your application (May-October) Carefully review application deadlines and admissions requirements of the universities you selected. Sign up to take standardised tests (repeat them, if scores are low), begin drafting your personal essay, and get in touch with former teachers to ask for academic recommendations. US universities require students to take standardised tests that measure students’ critical thinking and problem-solving abilities, such as the SAT or the ACT. Some universities also require SAT subject tests. Foreign students are required to take tests that measure English language proficiency, such as the TOEFL, IELTS, and PTE. Sit for tests early, so that you have time to retake them, if necessary, and improve your scores. Taking Advanced Placement (AP) exams may also give you a competitive edge. Most universities will require two to three letters of recommendation. Select teachers who can vouch for your intellectual abilities and potential growth. STEP 3 Finance your studies (November-January) This is the time for parents to work on a financial plan. US universities offer a variety of scholarships, but these are extremely competitive. STEP 4 Student visa (April-July) If you are admitted to a university, you will receive an acceptance letter and Certificate of Eligibility Form (I-20). This is the time to schedule an interview at the US embassy to apply for an F-1 (student) visa. STEP 5 Prepare for departure ( July-September) After you get your student visa, it is a good idea to attend a pre-departure orientation by any Education at US agencies held at a school or university near you. Attending an orientation is a great opportunity to familiarise yourself with the demands of academic life in the US, as well as a unique chance to meet other students who, like you, will be studying in the US soon.

- Editorial Board steigen@acharya.ac.in

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CELEBRATING FAILURES What is Celebrating Failure means? How can someone celebrate Failure? Few people think - Only crazy people can do this one. Why not all? What benefit one derives from these celebrations? Should we distribute sweets… throw party… cry loud… tell everyone I meet… that I HAVE FAILED…when I celebrate will my surrounding human beings send me for mental checkup?? First let’s think what does failure mean? English meaning of failure means LACK OF SUCCESS; DID NOT MEET THE EXPECTED RESULT. Please read the meaning again, did you get it; NO, don’t worry, Read it again. Failure means NOT total disaster, not end of world, not the last thing that can be done by end of life. Every human being is forced to face FAILURE either during study days or work time or at home or at different situations like competitions & so on. The first failure will decide the kind of person you’re. How well a failure is received? How will that matter to me? Failure is nothing but a delta deviation from the magic line. If magic line is well defined & understood, then it is very easy to derive the reasons for failure. If magic line is not well defined, then relativity comes into picture. In both cases, effort should be put in to cross the magic line, then success is yours. If fall short of magic line boundary, then there was less effort, oh, that’s how it can be thought. Don’t worry, the magic line that passed off just now is not the last line of life, many more has to come. Spend time learning from this case-study, put in required effort for the next magic line, celebrate this learning with your best friends & family. At Party time, tell your friends, how many novels Rabindranath Tagore wrote before his Gitanjali? How many times Thomas Alva Edison faced failures till LIGHT BULB came into being? Also share the line “SHOW ME SOMEONE WHO HAS NEVER FAILED - AND I’LL SHOW YOU SOMEONE WHO HAS NEVER TRIED” Edison’s line ““MANY OF LIFE’S FAILURES ARE, PEOPLE WHO DID NOT REALIZE HOW CLOSE THEY WERE TO SUCCESS...AND THEY JUST GAVE UP”.” Failure celebrations will bring in direction, confidence, goal worth-pursue, strong heart, right individual to society. Failures are STEPPING STONE FOR SUCCESS SO PLEASE CELEBRATE FAILURE MAKE MORE FAILURES KEEP LEARNING FROM EACH FAILURE

- K.SRINIVAS Assistant Professor, srinivask@acharya.ac.in

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INTO THE MEMORIES Would you dance with me forever? Holding you and dreaming it However... Got you on the heel And rising up to me..... And all the while I’m into the Memories....... Into the memories.... ................................. Into the memories..... Swinging together Is the only feeling in the air... Our eyes resting on, Feeling the pain kept inside...... Holding my hand, Keeping the fear aside.. And all the while I’m into the memories...... Into the memories.. ................................. Into the memories.... In the dark Heard your lips saying my name ever again...... felt you like an angel caring around, The heaven of the world Comes alive.... Watched you losing into it.. And all the while I’m into the memories... ................................. I’m into the memories...

- Ayush Agarwal 8th Semester A Section, ayushagarwal.ise.09@acharya.ac.in

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STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS

Karthik C. with Prof Ajay Gupta, Director, Computer Research, Computer Science Department, ODU during his internship

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Team AIT - ISE at SAP TECHNIVERSITY 2012 for SAP BIZTECH

• Pradeep Kumar of 8th Semester attended the VTU Inter Collegiate Body Building & weight Lifting Tournament 2012-13 in Best Physique competition and won the 2nd Prize. • Dhananjaya of 6th Semester attended the VTU Inter Collegiate Body Building & weight Lifting Tournament 2012-13 in Best Physique competition and won the 3rd Prize. • Karthik K of 8th Semester attended the VTU Inter Collegiate Body Building & weight Lifting Tournament 2012-13 in Best Physique competition and won the 3rd Prize. • • Karthik K of 8th Semester attended the VTU Inter Collegiate Body Building & weight Lifting Tournament 2012-13 in Power Lifting competition and won the 3rd Prize. • Ankit Kumar of 2nd Semester attended the VTU Inter-collegiate single zone softball tournament 2012-2013 in Softball competition and won the 1st prize.

Pradeep Gowda, Karthik Kumar and Dhananjaya during their VTU Inter Collegiate Body Building & weight Lifting Tournament 2012-13

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STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS • Karthik C. of 2012 Batch attended Internship at Old Dominion University during July -August, 2012. • Sandeep Gopal Bhandari and Roshan S of Batch 2012 attended SHRISTI-2012 (Paper Presentation) held in Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management, Mangalore during 12th - 14th May 2012 and secured 3rd Spot for the paper titled “Design of Protocol for mobile agent clone detection”. • Sudarshan Subramanian and Harsha Bhat of 8th Semester attended IT Fest Computantra-Rise of Tech Gurus held in Presidency College, Bangalore during 31st August – 1st September 2012 and secured 2nd Prize in Tech Quiz. • Nikhil Kumar, Cladia Monica Correa, Charishma Devi V., and Sudarshan Subramanian of 8th Semester attended SAP BIZ TECH 2012 held in SAP TECHNIVERSITY, Bangalore on 26th November 2012 and secured 2nd Runner Up Spot for the project “Dynamic Traffic Signal Scheduling Using Wireless Sensor Networks”. • Cladia Monica Correa, Nikhil Kumar and Sudarshan Subramanian of 8th Semester attended Tata First Dot National Conference held in IITM, Chennai during 20th – 21st January 2013 for the Business Innovation Challenge. • Yash Raj of 2nd Semester attended Magnovite 2013 held in Christ University and secured 3rd Spot in Non Thematic Dance. • Poshan Bastola of 2nd Semester attended Acharya Habba-2013 held during 22nd-23rd March and secured 1st runner up spot in Dance Competition. • Yash Raj of 2nd Semester attended Acharya Habba-2013 held during 22nd-23rd March and secured 1st runner up spot in Dance Competition. • Karthik.B.R of 8th Semester participated in Carrom Singles Tournament held during Acharya Kreeda Habba 2013 and secured 1st Position. • Kiran Kumar.K.A participated in Carrom Singles Tournament held during Acharya Kreeda Habba 2013 and secured 2nd Position. • Vinay.V.G (Captain), Kiran Kumar.K.A, Mangunath.G.K, Anuraj.P, Vinod.P.K and Karthik.B.R of 8th Semester participated in Volleyball Tournament, held during Acharya Kreeda Habba 2013 and secured Runner Up Position. • Sadhana B N of 4th Semester participated in Bhavageete Competition held during Kannada Rajyostava in Acharya Institute of Technology and secured the Runner Up Position. PRASTHITA DEPT OF IS&E


• As a part of association with Old Dominion University, Virginia current Final year students Bharath B. S, Nagdev A, Chetan R and Viraj R Karjol of 8th Semester are working on a project in the Multipath routing in Wireless Sensor Networks. • Harsha Bhat and Abhinav Dixit of 8th Semester participated in Visual Techquiz conducted by Lakshya forum and Computer Science & Engineering department, Acharya Institute of Technology and secured first position • Swathi C. and Surabhi Shankar participated in Throw Ball Comptetion organized by Acharya Kreeda Habba 2013 and secured Winner Spot • Swetha A of 8th Semester Secured GATE SCORE 332 and ALL INDIA RANK 16652

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• Nagdev Amruthnath of 8th Semester got admissions for Master’s Degree Program in Industrial Engineering at University of Texas –Arlington.

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• Vinayashree H. V. of 8 th Semester participated in VTU level Kho-Kho Competition and is a proud member of the Runner’s Up team.

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• Nikhil P. Naik of 4th Semester is a Tech Enthusiast and self-proclaimed techie who loves intensifying Tech oriented discussions and writes technical articles on his blog http://www.techarta.com. A part-time blogger, Nikhil is currently pursuing his B.E.in Information Science at the Acharya Institute of Technology. NIKHIL P NAIK

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Toppers (Odd Sem 2012-2013) 3rd semester 1. HAMSA.C 2. MAHAMAYA BALERI 3. PRAGYA UMANG SURABHI SHANKAR 4. VAISHNAVI B 5. AISHWARYA NAMBIAR 6. ANUSHA.C.H 7. PRIYANKA N R 8. SHRUTI MAITY POOJA JALAVADI 9. KUNJAN G SAVAJANI HARSHITHA.K 10. TANU

733 725 694 694 683 681 679 678 676 676 673 673 671

5th semester 1. HARSHITHA M. 2. AJAY KUMAR JHA 3. NISHA MALLESH 4. RITIKA 5. PREETI KUMARI SAH 6. GNANA PRADHA G. 7. CHAITRA N. SNEHA KUMARI VASHNAVI V. 8. ARUNA B.R 9. DIKSHA SMRITI 10. URMA HALDAR

762 746 741 727 714 711 701 701 701 700 691 689

7th semester 1. CHARISHMA DEVI V 741 2. SNEHA S 740 3. ANITHA.R 722 4. ROHITH.R 716 5. JOSVITA SARITA 713 6. CHETHAN.R 708 7. HR VIDYASHREE 702 8. SAIF SHAMIM 696 9. SHRUTHI J .SINGH 695 10. AYUSH AGARWAL 691

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Toppers (Even Sem 2011-2012) 2nd semester 1. HAMSA.C 644 2. CHINMAYI.S 621 SURABHI SHANKAR 621 3. MAHAMAYA BALERI 617 4. SHUBHAM SAKET 609 5. SIDHARTH CHHAWCHHARIA 604 KUNJAN G SAVAJANI 604 6. ASHOK K. S 601 7. AYUSH JAISWAL 591 MANISHA C 591 8. GEETHA.H.B 587 9. SHRUTI MAITY 584 10. MADHU SUDHAN C S 582 PRANAY KUMAR 582 4th semester 1. HARSHITHA M 798 2. AJAY KUMAR JHA 775 3. NISHA MALLESH 767 4. RITIKA 741 5. MRUDHULA BADAREESH 736 6. SNEHA KUMARI 716 7. VAISHNAVI V. 710 8. PREETI KUMARI SAH 696 9. ARUNA B.R 695 10. DIKSHA SMRITI 691 6th semester 1. JOSVITA SARITA 745 NAVYA P 745 2. SNEHA S 740 3. CHETHAN.R 739 4. NANDINI.S 737 5. SHRUTHI J 734 6. CHARISMA 726 7. ANITHA.R 724 8. DIVYA.G.S 723 9. AYUSH AGARWAL 709 10. SAIF SHAMIM 704

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PLACEMENTS Sl. No

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COMPANY

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Abhijith

Volvo IT Ltd.

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Abhishek B A

Exilant Technologies

3

Abhinav Dixit

Inforce Computing

4

Akriti Sinha

Exilant Technologies

5

Amit Kumar Gupta

MphasiS (an HP Company)

6

Anamika Prakash

CSC Ltd.

7

Ayush Agarwal

Volvo IT Ltd.

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Chetan R

FACE

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Charishma Devi V.

DELL International

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Eeshanesh

Mackenson & Cay

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Harsha Bhat

DELL International

12

Mohammad Afzal Karim

Mackenson & Cay

13

Nikita Singh

Mackenson & Cay

14

Rajeev Kumar

CSC Ltd.

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Shruthi J Singh

DELL International , Exilant Technologies

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Sneha Sharma

FACE

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Sudarshan Subramanian

Mackenson & Cay

18

Sushma A

FACE

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Suraj Khot

Mackenson & Cay

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Annnual Departmental Magazine of Dept of ISE

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