INFORMATION SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

Information Science and Engineering

About The Department

Intake of the Department = 120

Vision

Impart magnificent learning atmosphere establishing innovative practices among the students aiming to strengthen their software application knowledge and technical skills.

Mission

  • M1: To deliver quality technical training on software domain and its application.
  • M2: To nurture team work in order to transform individual as responsible leader and entrepreneur for future trends.
  • M3: To inculcate research practices in teaching thus ensuring research blend among students..
  • M4: To ensure more PhD holders in the department, aiming at faculty strength.
  • M5: To inculcate the core information Science and Engineering practices by providing advanced program specific laboratories.

Program Educational Objectives (PEO's):

  • PEO1:Graduates shall have successful careers as Information Science Engineers and will be able to lead & manage teams.
  • PEO2: Graduates shall be professional in engineering practice and shall demonstrate good problem solving, communication skills and contribute to address social issues.
  • PEO3: Graduates shall be pursuing advanced education, research in an excellent environment which helps in the process of life-long learning.
  • PEO4:Graduates shall have robust knowledge in software architecture and its application domains.

Program Outcomes (PO’s) based on NBA graduate attributes :

  • PO 1:Engineering Knowledge:Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • PO 2:Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • PO 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.
  • PO 4: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.
  • PO 5:Modern Tool Usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO 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.
  • PO 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
  • PO 8:Ethics:Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO 9:Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO 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
  • PO 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
  • PO 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.

About The Course :

Information Science is an inter-disciplinary field which is mainly concentrated on cognitive science, commerce, communication and management. The asset of an IS major lies in his/her ability to apply the knowledge of information systems and technology to help organizations compete more positively in the marketplace or to streamline present operations. As such, the IS professional might develop code for business transaction processing systems, client/server systems or end-user support systems; they might implement such systems in languages as COBOL, C++, Visual Basic or JAVA. IS graduates also design and administer databases and data warehouses, analyze and implement enterprise-wide solutions to information problems and manage telecommunications efforts. Also, IS graduates implement and manage corporate-wide intranets. Finally, IS graduates can also provide project management skills, technical writing or training by applying their knowledge of information technology and business processes.

Infrastructure

Infrastructure

Laboratories:
Lab – 1: Data Structures and Algorithms Laboratory
103- PCD lab
Lab -1 Odd Semester – Data Structure Lab
The course is designed to develop skills to design and analyze simple linear and nonlinear data structures. It strengthen the ability to the students to identify and apply the suitable data structure for the given real world problem. It enables them to gain knowledge in practical applications of data
Structures.
Even Semester – Design & Analysis of Algorithms Lab
The course focuses on data abstraction and object-oriented programming techniques and is currently taught in Java. The course gives a general introduction to data structures and the algorithms that operate on those structures.
Equipments: Computers (36 in numbers)
Configuration: DELL, 500GB hard disk, LED Monitor, 4GB RAM, intel core-i5 processor
Lab – 2: ADE and Microprocessor Laboratory
203A
Lab -2 Odd Semester – ADE Lab
This course provides knowledge on JFETs, MOSFETs, operational Amplifier circuits, combinational logic. It will also strengthen the ability to apply knowledge gained in the design of Counters, Registers, A/D & D/A converters.
Even Semester – Microprocessor Lab
This course will enable students to make familiar with importance and applications of microprocessors and microcontrollers. Expose architecture 8086 microprocessor and ARM Processor and instruction set of ARM Processor.
Equipments: 300 MHz 2 Channel CRO(oscilloscope), 3 MHz Signal generator with 40Mhz frequency counter , Linear modular dual tracking power supply 0-30v/ 20Amps , Power supply (+/- 12v), IC Trainer kit , Patch Chords , Spike Buster / Extension box , IC Tester , Diode BY-127 / IN-4007, MOSFET , Bread board , CRO Probes , Connecting wires roll , Component Box
Lab – 3 : DBMS and File Structures Laboratory
203B Odd Semester
Lab -3 Odd Semester – DBMS Lab
The course reviews topics such as conceptual data modeling, relational data model, relational query languages, relational database design and transaction processing and current technologies such as semantic web, parallel and SQL databases. It exposes the student to the fundamental concepts and techniques in database use and development as well provides a foundation for research in databases. Even Semester – File Structure Lab
The objective of this course was to teach ways of efficiently organizing and manipulating data in main memory.
Equipments: Computers (36 in numbers)
Configuration: DELL, 500GB hard disk, LED Monitor, 4GB RAM, intel core-i5 processor
Lab – 4 : Software Testing Laboratory
205-B Odd semester:
Lab -4
Even Semester – Software Testing Lab
This course will enable students to differentiate various testing techniques. Analyze a given problem and derive suitable test cases. And also design flow graphs for the same.
Equipments: Computers (36 in numbers)
Configuration: DELL, 500GB hard disk, LED Monitor, 4GB RAM, intel core-i5 processor
Lab – 5 : Web and Project Laboratory
Lab -5 Odd Semester – Web Programming Lab
This course will enable students to design and develop static and dynamic web pages. Get familiarize with Client-Side Programming, Server-Side Programming, Active server pages. Also learn database connectivity to web applications.
Even Semester – Project Lab
Equipments: Computers (36 in numbers)
Configuration: DELL, 500GB hard disk, LED Monitor, 4GB RAM, intel core-i5 processor
Class Room
HOD Room Department Office
Faculty Room

Achievements


MOU

  • 1. MOU for Centre for Advances in IT Sector and Placement Training in Niche Areas Between Department of Information Science & Engineering, Dayananda Sagar Academy of Technology & Management AND HAVIK Software Technologies Pvt Ltd.

Objectives of MOU

  • The primary objective is to bridge the technological gap, improve the technical competence, employability with a focus on the students.
  • 2. Encourage the students to pursue higher studies with Research Orientation

Technical Seminars/ Workshops Organized by The Department

sL.NO Title of the Event Resource Person Date
2017-18
1 3 Days workshop on NBA Accreditation 1.Dr. SumithraDevi K A, Dean & HOD, Dept of ISE, DSATM.
2.Dr. Radhakrishna, R V College, B’luru
3.Dr. GuruPrasad, BMS, B’luru
11th to 13th Dec 2017
2 Seminar talk on Internship Opportunities & Careers in Software Industry Tejasvi Pavate, Project Manager, ZikraBytes, Bangalore 24th Nov 2017
3 Seminar talk on “Life Journey of an Entrepreneur” Anil. M. Prabhu, CEO, AMPWorks, Hubli 31st Oct 2017
4 Technical Presentation Competition Dept of ISE 31st Oct 2017
5 Business Model Presentation through E-CELL Dept of ISE 30th Oct 2017
6 Cisco Networking & Cyber Security Abhishek Bakale, Lemures Technology 4th to 5th Sep 2017
7 Intellectual Property Rights Dr. K. Mahesh, HOD & Prof, New Horizon College of Engineering, Bangalore 21st Aug 2017
8 IT Infrastructure Mr. Subash Nagaraj, LIVEWARE Bangalore 16th Aug 2017
9 Talk on US Higher Education Opportunities Eric VandeVoorde, Purdue University 07th Aug 2017
2016-17
1 Embebbed System on ARM7 Sanjay Bhagat, Jyothi Labs, Bangalore 14th to 17th March 2017
2 Guest lecture on Current trends and Challenges on IoT Dr. Guruprasad, Prof, BMS college of Engineering, Bangalore 11th Nov 2016
2015-16
1 Ethical Hacking Mahesh Rakheja, Nagpur 29th to 30th Sep 2015

Students Achievements

Technical Seminars/ Workshops Attended by Students

sL.NO Title of the Event Resource Person Date
2017-18
1 Seminar talk on Internship Opportunities & Careers in Software Industry Tejasvi Pavate, Project Manager, ZikraBytes, Bangalore 24th Nov 2017
2 Seminar talk on “Life Journey of an Entrepreneur” Anil. M. Prabhu, CEO, AMPWorks, Hubli 31st Oct 2017
3 Technical Presentation Competition Dept of ISE 31st Oct 2017
4 Business Model Presentation through E-CELL Dept of ISE 30th Oct 2017
5 Cisco Networking & Cyber Security Abhishek Bakale, Lemures Technology 4th to 5th Sep 2017
6 Intellectual Property Rights Dr. K. Mahesh, HOD & Prof, New Horizon College of Engineering, Bangalore 21st Aug 2017
7 IT Infrastructure Mr. Subash Nagaraj, LIVEWARE Bangalore 16th Aug 2017
8 Talk on US Higher Education Opportunities Eric VandeVoorde, Purdue University 07th Aug 2017
2016-17
1 Embebbed System on ARM7 Sanjay Bhagat, Jyothi Labs, Bangalore 14th to 17th March 2017
2 Guest lecture on Current trends and Challenges on IoT Dr. Guruprasad, Prof, BMS college of Engineering, Bangalore 11th Nov 2016
2015-16
1 Ethical Hacking Mahesh Rakheja, Nagpur 29th to 30th Sep 2015

Placements

PLACEMENTS

YEAR NUMBER OF STUDENTS PLACED
2016-17 26
2015-16 56
2014-15 20

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Contact

Dr. Sumithra Devi K.A, B.E, M.Tech., Ph.D

Department of Information Science & Engineering

DAYANANDA SAGAR ACADEMY OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT

UDAYAPURA, Opp. ART OF LIVING, KANAKAPURA ROAD,BENGALURU-560082

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Phone No.: 080-28432909