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University of Hyderabad

School of Computer and Information Sciences


Placement brochure 2013-2014

M. Tech. (Articial Intelligence)

M. Tech Programme in Articial Intelligence at UoH is one of its kind in the country. This programme is meant for students already well equipped in Computer Sciences discipline and Post Graduates in related sciences. This course equips students with the skills and knowledge to stay at the forefront of this rapidly developing area of Articial Intelligence. It is designed to give students the latest knowledge and computational skills in the areas of Machine Learning and Intelligent Discovery methods. This programme also provides the opportunity to learn more about the application of AI techniques to commercial and industrial problems, especially in areas in which our school has research expertise such as Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition, and Knowledge Representation. The course structure provides the wide spectrum of electives, reecting the state-of-the-art, allow different students to pursue their own areas of interest. Admission to the M. Tech (AI) program will be purely on the basis of performance in the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering GATE).

Course Curriculum
Semester I Semester II Algorithms Human Computer Interaction Problem Solving Methods Machine Learning Knowledge Representation and Reasoning Computational Intelligence Research Methods in CS AI Programming and Tools (Lab) Communication Skills Lab Elective III and IV Elective I and II Semester III and IV Each student completes a full time project at the end of which a dissertation is to be submitted.

STUDENT DETAILS(AI)

NAME B UMAMAHESWARA SHARMA

QUALIFICATION B.TECH

PROJECT TITLE IMPROVING THE PERFORMANCE OF TELUGU OPTICAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION USING HIDDEN MARKOV MODEL CLASSIFIER INTERACTIVE VISUALIZATION AND PROJECTION ON CURVED SURFACES MINIMISING DELAY IN WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK KANNADA TO TELUGU TRANSLATOR VEHICLE NUMBER PLATE RECOGNITION SYSTEM NODE DEPLOYMENT AND SINK NODE ALLOCATION IN WSN

AREA OF INTEREST ALGORITHMS, PATTERN RECOGNITION, IMAGE PROCESSING, MACHINE LEARNING.

SIGINAM MAHESH

B.TECH

IMAGE PROCESSING, DATA WAREHOUSING,ALGORIHTMS

ROHIT KESHARI

B.SC.

ALGORITHMS,COMPUTER NETWORKS,PROBLEM SOLVING METHODOLOGY

CH RAM ANIRUDH

B.TECH

CHETTEPU VASISTA REDDY

B.TECH

ALGORITHMS, MACHINE LEARNING, NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING ALGORITHMS, PATTERN RECOGNITION, IMAGE PROCESSING, NUERAL NETWORKS DATA STRUCTURES, WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS,COMPUTER NETWORKS,DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

AMAR KONDRAJU

B.TECH

VINAYAK SASIDHARAN V S JENNIS THOMAS

B.TECH

VIDEO ANALYTICS SEEING THINGS THAT ARE HARDER TO BE SEEN (EULERIAN VIDEO MAGNIFICATION) DEPENDENCY SYNTAX FOR TELUGU MACHINE LEARNING ALGORITHM FOR RECOMMENDER SYSTEM ANALYTICAL APPORACH FOR CONCURRENCY IN MOBILE ENVIRONMENT

B.TECH

IMAGE PROCESSING, MACHINE LEARNING, COMPUTER VISION, DATA WAREHOUSING DATA STRUCTURES,IMAGE PROCESSING, COMPUTER VISION,ALGORITHMS

K. SANTOSH SRINATH

B.TECH

ABHISHEK CHANDRA

B.TECH

NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING , MACHINE LEARNING ,PATTERN RECOGNITION AND LOGIC ALGORITHMS,MACHINE LEARNING,PATTERN RECOGNITION

UMESH KUMAR CHOUDHARY

B.TECH

PATTERN RECOGNITION, MACHINE LEARNING, PROBLEM SOLVING PROBLEM

STUDENT DETAILS(AI)
ABEG KUMAR JAISWA L MCA SPECTRAL PATTERN RECOGINATION AND COLOUR ANALYSIS IN SPECIAL MATERIAL HIGH ACCURACY SYMBOL SEGMENTATION FOR TELUGU OCR CONVOLUTION NEURAL NETWORK "OCR" TWO STEPS ITERATIVE ALGORITHM TO EXTRACT GENERATIVE VIDEO PARAMETER FROM VIDEO SEQUENCES SCIS AUTOMATION INTEGRATING CILKPLUS IN ANEKA(CLOUD COMPUTING) MACHINE LEARNING TECHNIQUES FOR GAME AI SOLVING EQUAL PILES PROBLEM USING SWARM INTELIGENCE
COMPUTING SWAP EDGES MINIMIZING THE AVERAGE DISTANCE FROM THE ROOT EXPLORING STRATEGIES TO GENERATE AND SOLVE SUDOKU PUZZLE TEXT NORMALIZATION AND PARAPHRASING IN TELUGU LANGUAGE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF UI SOCIAL NETWORKS TOOLS FOR LEARNING LANGUAGE (NLP) HIDING SENSITIVE ASSOCIATION RULES USING HEURISTIC APPROACH

PATTERN RECOGNITION,MACHINE LEARNING,SOFTWARE ENG

BURRA SUKUMAR

B.TECH

AMIT PATEL

B.TECH

SWAYAM PRAKASH

B.TECH

NEURAL NETWORKS, IMAGE PROCESSING , ALGORITHMS, MACHINE LEARNING PROBLEM SOLVING METHOD,IMAGE PROCESSING,TEXT PROCESSING,MACHINE LEARNING

THANNEERU SRINIVASULU B KANAKASWAMY

B.TECH

SYSTEMS, MACHINE LEARNING.

B.TECH

PARALLEL COMPUTING, CLOUD COMPUTING, ALGORITHMS

HARSHIT SETHY

B. E.

C,DATA STRUCTURE, ALGORITHM, MACHINE LEARNING, GAME AI, MATHEMATICS OPERATING SYSTEM,ALGORITHM,NETWORKING

GYANRANJAN NAYAK

MCA

VALLEM V N SAIRAM

B.TECH

SUNIL KUMAR KAMADANI

B.TECH

ALGORITHMS, MACHINE LEARNING,PROBLEM SOLVING METHODOLOGY, GRAPH THEORY

I SURYA TEJA

B.TECH

ALGORITHMS,MACHINE LEARNING,NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING

E KURMARAO

B.TECH

DANTHURI SHIVASHANKAR SUNIL D

B.TECH

B.TECH

GARLAPATI SURESH KUMAR

B.TECH

LANGUAGE PROCESSING,ALGORITHMS,THEORY OF COMPUTATION ALGORITHMS, COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE, MACHINE LEARNING MACHINE LEARNING,DATA MINING , NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING, DATA MINIG,ALGORITHMS,PROBLEM SOLVING METHODOLOGY

M. Tech. (Information Technology

The university in collaboration with the Institute for Development and Research in Banking Technology (IDRBT, an institution established by RBI ) offers a unique M. Tech Programme in Information Technology (with specialization Banking Technology and Information Security). The multi-disciplinary programme merges the emerging technologies in the area of Information Technology with domain expertise of Banking and Financial Services. The curriculum consists of a perfect mix of Computer Science, Banking Technology and Information Security courses essential for Banking Technology. The programme was referred to by Dr.Y.V.Reddy (former Governor, RBI), as the rst-of-its-kind in India. Admission to the M. Tech (IT) program is purely on the basis of performance in the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE).

Course Curriculum
Semester I Banking Technology Cryptography Computer Networks and Distributed Computing Data Base Management Systems Quantitative Techniques in Finance Lab I (Java and Scripting Languages) Semester II Systems Security Software Engineering E-Commerce and Payment Systems Communication Skills (Lab) Lab II (Network Programming and Web Services) Elective I and II

Semester III and IV Each student completes a full time project at the end of which a dissertation is to be submitted

STUDENT DETAILS(IT)

NAME MAROTI DESHMUKH CHANDAN GAUTAM

GRADUATI ON B.TECH

PROJECT NAME IRIS AUTHENTICATIO N SYSTEM HYBRID INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS FOR DATA IMPUTATION DATA AND TEXT MINING FOR CYBER FRAUD DETECTION ASSOCIATION RULE MINING USING EVOLUTIONARY TECHNIQUES RECOMMENDATI ON OF CLOUD SERVICES ANALYSING THE GROUNDTRUTH DATA FOR EVALUATING VISUAL SALIENCY MODELS CROSS ONTOLOGY BASED SEMANTIC WEB SERVICE COMPOSITION(S OC) HACKERS TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES CYBER FORENSIC INVESTIGATORS TOOLKIT MALWARE ANALYSIS
SECURITY OF NFC BASED MOBILE PAYMENTS MODEL CHECKING STATIC ANALYSIS MOBILE PKI FOR SECURE MOBILE BANKING

AREA OF INTEREST C PROGRAMMING,DATA STRUCTURE AND ALGORITHM,DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM,SQL,BIOMETRICS SOFT COMPUTING, ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK, OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES, DATA MINING

B.TECH

G.GANESH SUNDAR KUMAR PRADEEP GANGHISHETT I

B.TECH

DATA AND TEXT MINING, BAN KING TECHNOLOGY, C PROGRAMMING, DATA STRUCTURES C PROGRAMMING, DATA STRUCTURES, JAVA, DATA AND TEXT MINING

B.TECH

NAGA SRIMANYU TIMMARAJU KADARI VAMSHIDHAR RAO

B.E

DS, ALGORITHMS

B.TECH

C PROGRAMMING, COMPUTER NETWORKS, BANKING TECHNOLOGY, DATA STRUCTURES

MALLIKHARJU NA GANGARAPU

B.TECH

COMPUTER NETWORKS, BANKING TECHNOLOGY, DATA MINING, OPERATING SYSTEMS, C AND DS

NIKHIL TRIPATHI TARUN MEHROTRA

B.TECH

C PROGRAMMING, COMPUTER NETWORKS, NETWORK SECURITY, BANKING TECHNOLOGY SYSTEM SECURITY, BANKING TECHNOLOGY, DBMS, CYBER FORENSICS, MOBILE TRANSACTIONS SYSTEM SECURITY, CRYPTOGRAPHY, COMPUTER NETWORK, ADVANCED COMPUTER NETWORK, BANKING TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMMING, CRYPTOGRAPHY, MOBILE TRANSACTIONS, NETWORKING.

B.TECH

SUDHIR KUMAR PANDEY RITIKA SINGLA

B.TECH

B.TECH

VARTIKA JINDAL PAVAN KUMAR PIYUSH KUMAR

B.TECH B.TECH B.TECH

BANKING TECHNOLOGY, SOFTWARE ENGINEERING, DBMS, C PROGRAMMING C, JAVA, SCF, CN, DS, DBMS, QTF, BANKING TECHNOLOGY C PROGRAMMING, JAVA, DATA STRUCTURE, BANKING TECHNOLOGY, COMPUTER NETWORKS, CRYPTOGRAPHY

STUDENT DETAILS(IT)

SHIV KUMAR KHOBRAGADE RAVIKANT

B.TECH B.E.

ABSTRACT INTERPETATION IPV4 TO IPV6 MIGRATION WITH IPSEC AND NAT -PT DETECTION OF FRAUDULENT CHEQUE IMAGES IN CHEQUE TRUNCATION SYSTEM

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING, ADVANC E COMPUTER NETWORKS, DBMS, BANKING TECHNOLOGY COMPUTER NETWORKS, NETWORK PROGRAMMING , NETWORK SECURITY, CORE JAVA, DBMS , BANKING TECHNOLOGY BANKING TECHNOLOGY, CN, DBMS, DS

MAHESH TEJAWAT

B.TECH

SUGANDH SHAH

B.TECH

K RAKESH

B.TECH

LINGRAJ MEHER K SHIVAKUMAR

BSC/MCA

B.TECH

CSANTHOSH KUMAR CH.B KOTESWARAI AH

B.TECH B.TECH

ADVANCES IN VULNERAVILITY ASSESMENT AND PENETRATION TECHNIQUES AUTOMATED MATCHING OF CUSTOMER SIGNATURES AUTHENTICATIO N USING VISUAL CRYPTOGRAPHY QUANTITATIVE EVALUATION OF BUFFER OVERFLOW PROTECTION MECHANISMS CANCELABLE BIOMETRICS USING DATA MINING TECHNIQUES TO IDENTIFY THE BEST LOCATION FOR BANK BRANCH AND ATM LOCATION PERSUADING VISUAL ATTENTION THROUGH MODIFICATION OF FEATURES AUTOMATED TESTING OF MOBILE BANKING APPLICATION

COMPUTER NETWORKS, SYSTEM SECURITY

DS, ALGORITHMS, C, JAVA, CN AND OS

DATASTRUCTURE, C PROGRAMMING,BANKING TECHNOLOGY C, C++, JAVA, DS, CN, OS, BANKING TECHNOLOGY, DBMS

C,C++, JAVA, DATA STRUCTURES, QTF, BANKING TECHNOLOGY, SCF C,C++,DATA MINING,NETWORK PROGRAMMING,PYTHON,SQL,BANKING TECHNOLOGY,QTF,SCF,DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS

RAVI KANT KUMAR

BSC/MCA

COLOR IMAGE PROCESSING,VISUAL ATTENTION,BANKING TECHNOLOGY,QTF,SCF, C,JAVA,DBMS,DS,ALGORI THMS,CN

SATYA PRAKASH PATEL

B.E.

C/C++,BANKING TECH., SYSTEM SECURITY ,DATA STRUCTURES, DBMS,OPERATING SYSTEM

STUDENT DETAILS(IT)

KASHAV AJMERA

B.TECH

NASIBEH MOHAMMAD

B. TECH

HASSAN SHARAF ALSHEHARI


Y.V SAI BHARADWAJ

B.TECH

MAXIMIZING THE PROFIT IN CLOUD COMPUTING THROUGH ENERGY EFFICIENT RESOURCE ALLOCATION OF VIRTUAL MACHINES IMPLEMENTATI ON OF EXPERIMENTAL TEST BED TO EVALUATE SECURITY IN CELLULAR NETWORKS AUTOMATED MALWARE ANALYSIS
WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS IN BANKS SYMBOLIC EXECUTION ACCESS CONTROL FOR MOBILE WALLETS VULNERABILITI ES IN VARIOUS MOBILE OPERATING SYSTEMS MULTIOBJECTIVE NETWORK OPTIMIZATION AND FINANCIAL APPLICATION

DATA STRUCTURE, DBMS,CLOUD COMPUTING,COMPUTER NETWORKS,C,JAVA

NETWORKING, SECURITY

PROGRAMMING, SECURITY

B.TECH

C, C++, DS, BANKING TECHNOLOGY, RDBMS, CN, QTF

GADDAM YOGENDRA NEEHARIKA

B.TECH B.TECH

C, C++, SCF, CN, DS, DBMS, QTF,BANKING TECHNOLOGY BANKING TECHNOLOGY, JAVA, SYSTEMS SECURITY,DBMS

J.PRANEETH

B.TECH

C,OPERATING SYSTEMS,SOFTCOMPUTING IN FINANCE,QTF,BANKING TECHNOLOGY

HARINADHA

B.TECH

C, JAVA, NETWORK PROGRAMMING, CN, DS, RDBMS, QTF,BANKING TECHNOLOGY

Faculty Prole
Atul Negi
Ph. D (University of Hyderabad) M. S (I. I. Sc., Bangalore) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email: atulcs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Pattern Recognition and its Applications, Computer Networks (on EOL) Area of Interest

Siba Kumar Udgata


Ph. D (Berhampur University) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email:udgatacs@uohyd.ernet.in

Mobile Computing, Networks and Architecture

Associate Professors
Rajeev Wankar
Ph. D (DAVV, Indore) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email:wankarcs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest

T. Sobha Rani
Ph. D (University of Hyderabad) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email: tsrcs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Bioinformatics, Machine Learning Techniques, Language Processors.

Parallel & Grid Computing

S. Durga Bhavani
Ph. D (University of Hyderabad) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email: sdbcs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Analysis of Algorithms, Fractal Geometry, Mathematical Modeling

V. China Venkaiah
Ph. D (IISc, Bangalore) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email: venkaiahcs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Graph Theory, Cryptography, Secret Sharing, Computational Number Theory, Error-free Computation and Digital Signal Processing.

Alok Singh
D. Phil (University of Allahabad) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email: alokcs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Combinatorial Optimization using Heuristic and Metaheuristic technciques

Salman Abdul Moiz


Ph. D (Osmania University) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email: alokcs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Mobile Transactions, Domain Specic Components & Cloud Security

Faculty Prole
Assistant Professors
Y.V. Subba Rao
M. Tech (ISI, Kolkata) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email: yvsrcs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Cryoptography, Theory of Computation, DBMS, Data Forensics.

K. Swarupa Rani
M. Phil (CS), MCA (SKU) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email:swarupacs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Incremental Mining, Time-Variant Databases.

Wilson Naik
M. Tech (JNTU,Hyderabad)

PSVS Sai Prasad


M. Tech (Sri Satya Sai University, Prasanthi Nilayam) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email: saics@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Neural Networks, Speech Recognition, Unix Internals.

Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email:naikcs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Network Forensics, Systems Security, Networking.

P. Anupama
Ph. D (UoH), M. S (UMBC, USA) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email:apcs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Networking, Systems Security, Operating Systems.

Rajendra Prasad Lal


M. Tech (IIT Delhi) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email:rplcs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Graph Algorithms, Mathematical Programming, Computational Geometry.

M. Nagamani
M. Tech (CS) (JNTU, Hyderabad) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email:nagamanics@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Speech Processing, Information Retrieval, Intelligent tutoring system, Cognitive psychology, Embeded Systems.

N. Rukma Rekha
M. Tech (Andhra University) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email:rrcs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Object Oriented Design with UML, Cryptography, Pervasive Computing.

Faculty of IDRBT
Assistant Professors
Vineet C. P. Nair
Ph. D (Grifth University Australia) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email:vineetcs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Knowledge Representation and Reasoning, Multi-Agent Systems, Logics in Articial Intelligence.

Dr. Mahil Carr


Ph. D (University of Hong Kong) Contact Address: Castle Hills, Road No. 1, Masab Tank, Hyderabad. Email:mahilcarr@idrbt.ac.in Area of Interest Software Engineering, Programming Languages, Research Methodology.

Dr. V. N. Sastry
Ph. D (IIT, Kharagpur) Contact Address: Castle Hills, Road No. 1, Masab Tank, Hyderabad. Email:vnsastry@idrbt.ac.in Area of Interest Networks, Mobile Payment, Multiple Criteria Optimization, Risk Modeling, Fuzzy Control, Access Control Models for MANET

Dr. B. M. Mehtre
Ph. D (IIT, Kharagpur) Contact Address: Castle Hills, Road No. 1, Masab Tank, Hyderabad. Email:bmmehtre@idrbt.ac.in Area of Interest Information Security, Biometrics, Pattern Recognition, Image Processing.

Dr. V. Ravi
Ph. D (Osmania University and RWTH-Achen, Gemrany) Contact Address: Castle Hills, Road No. 1, Masab Tank, Hyderabad. Email:vravi@idrbt.ac.in Area of Interest Fuzzy Systems, Neural Networks, Soft Computing Systems , Data Mining & Machine Learning.

Dr. V. Radha
Ph. D (University of Hyderabad) Contact Address: Castle Hills, Road No. 1, Masab Tank, Hyderabad. Email:vradha@idrbt.ac.in Area of Interest Computer Applications, Multimedia, Databases and Internet.

Shri M. V. Sivakumaran
MBA (IGNOU) Contact Address: Castle Hills, Road No. 1, Masab Tank, Hyderabad. Email:mvsivakumaran@idrbt.ac.in Area of Interest Customer Relationship Management, Internet and Intranet Technology, Total Branch Automation Packages.

Dr. M. V. N. K. Prasad
Ph. D. (IIT BHU, Varanasi) Contact Address: Castle Hills, Road No. 1, Masab Tank, Hyderabad. Email:mvnkprasad@idrbt.ac.in Area of Interest Biometrics, Payment System Technologies, Digital Watermarking.

Faculty of IDRBT
Assistant Professors
Dr. G. R. Gangadharan
Ph. D. (University of Trento, Italy) Contact Address: Castle Hills, Road No. 1, Masab Tank, Hyderabad. Email:grgangadharan@idrbt.ac.in Area of Interest Internet Technologies, Cloud Computing, Service Oriented Computing, Free Open Source System, Enterprise Information System.

Visiting Professors

Dr. B.L. Deekshatulu


Ph. D (IISc, Bangalore, Fellow IEEE) Contact Address: Castle Hills, Road No. 1, Masab Tank, Hyderabad. Email:bldeekshatulu@idrbt.ac.in Area of Interest Remote Sensing, Digital Image Processing & Pattern Recognition.

Dr. N. Raghu Kisore


Ph. D (Auburn University) Contact Address: Castle Hills, Road No. 1, Masab Tank, Hyderabad. Email:nraghukisore@idrbt.ac.in Area of Interest Wireless Sensor Networks, Vehicular Networks

Prof. E. Boiten
Ph. D (University of Nijmegen)

Email: E.A.Boiten@kent.ac.uk
Area of Interest Ph. D (University of Nijmegen) - Security and cryptography , Software engineering,Graph theory.

Dr. Shakti Mishra


Ph. D (NIT, Allahabad) Contact Address: Castle Hills, Road No. 1, Masab Tank, Hyderabad. Email:smishra@idrbt.ac.in Area of Interest Area of Interest

Prof. Venu Govindaraju


Ph.D. (University at Buffalo, State University of New York) Email: VenuGovindraju.idrbt.ac.in

Distributed Computing, Formal Methods

Machine Learning, Biometrics, Language Technologies

Dr. Rajarshi Pal


Ph. D (IIT, Kharagpur) Contact Address: Castle Hills, Road No. 1, Masab Tank, Hyderabad. Email:prajarshi@idrbt.ac.in

Rajkumar Buyya
( The University of Melbourne )

Email: raj@csse.unimelb.edu.au

Area of Interest Visual Attention, Image Watermarking, Stenography, Video Summarization.

Area of Interest Network-based Computer Architecture and Operating Systems Parallel and Distributed Computing Systems Utility Computing

Academic Programmes Offered

Master of Computer Applications (MCA)


MCA programme, started in 1983, is the rst ever such programme offered by a University in India. Today it is recognized as one of the very best in the country. MCA programme offering 60 seats invites applications from all over India. The course provides a broad-based education combining Computer Science courses with Mathematics and Management subjects. This makes the students capable of holding various positions in the industry such as System Analysts, System Designers and Programmers in any area of computer applications. Overall development of the students is achieved through equal emphasis on training in theory and practice. The intense training of this course involves 5 semesters of course work with an appropriate blend of rd th th core courses and electives. The electives offered by the department in the 3 , 4 and 5 semesters, provide the students with necessary exposure to current trends in industry. Inter-disciplinary electives are offered to ensure all round personality development of the students. th In the 6 semester, students apply the knowledge gained during the course work to real-world Computer Science problems. Along with the regular course curriculum, students are encouraged to participate in seminars and make presentations on topics both within and beyond the regular curriculum.

MCA Course Curriculum


Semester I Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science Computer Organization and Architecture Accounting and Financial Management Programming Methodology Computer Based Numerical and Statistical Techniques Software Lab -I (Intro to UNIX & C, H/W Installation) Semester II Data and File Structures Operating Systems Object Oriented Programming Computer Based Optimization Techniques Software Engineering Software Lab - II (ALP, C++ & Java) Semester III Data Base Management Systems Internet Technologies Computer Networks Theory of Computation DBMS Lab Elective I

Semester IV
Data Warehousing Algorithms Computer Graphics and Visualization Introduction to AI Communication Skills (Lab) Elective II

Semester VI
Each student completes a full time project at the end of which a dissertation is to be submitted.

Semester V
Information Systems Management Elective III, IV, V & VI

STUDENT DETAILS(MCA)
NAME ABHINAV RASTOGI ABHISHEK AWASTHI AJIT KUMAR ANKIT KUMAR ANKUR KUMAR SINGH AREPALLI PARAMESWARA RAO ASHWANI KUMAR TIWARI
AVINASH KUMAR

QUALIFICATION BCA BSC(CS) BCA B.SC-IT B.SC(CA) B.SC BSC(MATHS) BCA B.SC.IT B.SC(CS) BSC BCA BSC BCA

AREA OF INTEREST DATA STRUCTURE,OOPS OOPS, DS DBMS, DW


COMPUTER NETWORKING, DATA STRUCTURE,DATA WAREHOUSING

DWH, OS DS,OOPS DS , COMPUTER GRAPHICS DWH, OS, OOPS DS,OOPS,SOFTWARE ENGINEERING,DWH DS,DBMS GRAPH THEORY,DBMS DBMS AND DWH ALGORITHMS,DWH DS,DBMS

BACHCHU CHATTERJEE BAIAHUNSHA MYLLIEM UMLONG BHEEMIREDDY R.S REDDY BHIM KUMAR BOJJA VENU CHANDAN KUMAR

STUDENT DETAILS(MCA)
NAME CHANDAN KUMAR DEEPAK GUPTA
DHAYAM BHASKAR REDDY

QUALIFICATION BCA BCA BSC BSC BCA BCA BSC BCA BCA BCA B.SC(IT) BSC(COMP.S) B.SC BSC.(CA) BCA BCA BSCIT B.SC BCA
BCA

AREA OF INTEREST OOPS,DS N/W, DS,DBMS DS,OOPS,OS PHYSICS, DS&DBMS DWH, OS DS DBMS , OOPS DBMS,WEB DEVELOPMENT, OOPS OOPS, DATA STRUCTURE DBMS & DWH OS OOPS AND DBMS DBMS, DWH NETOWRKS, DBMS, DS DBMS,DWH DATA STRUCTUR, OS DBMS AND DS DBMS OOPS AND .NET OOPS,SOFTWARE ENGNEERING DS AND DBMS DS,DBMS,N/W

FIROS VM GAURAV DIVAKAR GAUTAM KUMAR GUNIKHAN SONOWAL H. LALRUATKIMA HIRDYANAND SAHANI KAWACH KUMAR MD ASIF SOHAIL MD. SHADAB RAZI MOHUA MAZUMDAR MUKESH KR MISHRA NAVEEN KUMAR NEERAJ KUMAR AGNIHOTRI PANKAJ KUMAR PATTIPAKA SANTHOSH KUMAR PAVAN KUMAR MAHTO PRIYA RANJAN KUMAR

STUDENT DETAILS(MCA)
NAME RAHUL CHANDRAVANSHI RAHUL YADAV RAJAT KUMAR MISHRA RAVINARAYAN SINGH RAJEEV RANJAN RAVIRANJAN KUMAR RAVISH KUMAR JAYSWAL ROHAN KUMAR SANJIT KUMAR VERMA SAVITA KUMARI SINHA SUNNY KUMAR SWAPNIL TIRU VARUN KUMAR SHARMA VEERENDRA KUMAR GAUTAM VIKASH KUMAR VINAY KUMAR MATTA. SOUMYA MANOJ QUALIFICATION BCA BCA B.SC(IT) BCA BCA BCA BCA BCA BCA BCA BSC(IT) BCA BCA BCA BCA BCA B.SC(CS) AREA OF INTEREST DBMS & DATA STRUCTURE OOPS,DBMS SOFTWARE ENGEENERING DBMS,JAVA DS,OOPS DS,DBMS DS,OOPS N/W,DS,OS,ALGO COMPUTER NETWORKS, DS,OS,DWH DS,DBMS DBMS, DWH DWH N/W,DS,DBMS,DWH & OS DS,ALGORITHM DBMS,DWH DS,OOPS,DWH OOPS,SE,DBMS,DWH

M.Tech. (Computer Science)

The M.Tech (Computer Science) programme is designed to provide a strong foundation in the basic concepts of computer science balancing the demands of the rapidly changing needs of the current IT industry. Admission to the M.Tech (CS) program is purely on the basis of performance in the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE). The course structure reects these two underlying themes The core courses, mandatory to all the students provide a solid foundation in the eld The electives, reecting the state-of-the-art, allow different students to pursue their own areas of interest. The electives are carefully chosen to equip students with sufcient knowledge and to prepare them to take on challenges of the IT eld. Several of the electives are geared towards meeting the needs of the industry while others offer something to those students wishing to proceed for advanced studies. The subjects and the courses are constantly under review, and companies and institutions are encouraged to give feedback to make our programmes more compatible with the needs of the Indian society. The grooming of students starts from day one, through highly interactive treatment involving classroom discussions, seminars, lab assignments, mini projects.

Course Curriculum
Semester I Computer Architecture Operating Systems Algorithms Research Methods in CS Communication Skills Lab Elective I and II Semester II Software Engineering Software Engineering Lab Elective III, IV, V and VI Semester III and IV Each student completes a full time project at the end of which a dissertation is to be submitted

STUDENT DETAILS(CS)
NAME QUALIFICATION PROJECT TITLE AREA OF INTEREST

CHRISTOPHER NIHAR K B.N.S.K.CHAITANYA

B.TECH

POINT OF SERVICE APPLICATION FOR STORE OPERATIONS NETWORK VIRTUALIZATION

OPERATING SYSTEMS, PARALLEL COMPUTING, DATA STRUCTURE & ALGORITHMS COMPUTER NETWORKS,OPERATING SYSTEMS , ALGORITHMS, PROGRAMMING ALGORITHMS, CLOUD COMPUTING, GRAPH THEORY, DBMS OPERATING SYSTEMS, ADVANCED DATA STRUCTURES, ADVANCED ALGORITHMS. SECRET SHARING, ALGORITHMS, DATA STRUCTURES OPERATING SYSTEMS, DBMS, CRYPTOGRAPHY

B.SC

SATISHREDDY KONALA Y JAYANTH KUMAR

B.TECH

CLOUD ENVIRONMENT VALIDATOR EIT AUTOMATION, TOOLS AND UTILITIES DEVELOPMENT SECRET KEY SHARING WITH ACCESS RIGHTS ISSUES IN IMPLEMENTING RAINBOW TABLE ATTACK ON A5/1 STUDY OF FAE EXPLOSIVE IMAGE ANALYSIS NOISE AND NONTEXT REMOVAL FROM THE INPUT OF TELUGU OCR TEXT ANALYSIS OF DOCUMENTS FOR TELUGU OCR
STUDY OF TECHNOLOGICAL ENHANCEMENTS & AUTOMATE THE PROCESS OF ELEARNING AUTOMATION OF TESTING FRAMEWORK WITH PARALLELIZATION EXTENDING AUTOMATION FRAMEWORK TO USE CLOUD IFRASTRUCTURE WITH MOBILE INTERFACE SENSOR COVERAGE AND SCHEDULING PROBLEMS FOR DYNAMIC TARGET MONITORING ON A WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK

B.TECH

BHARATH KUMAR G

B.TECH

T.PREETHI

B.TECH

MOUSUMI ROY

B.TECH

SAMRAT CHOWDHARY

B.TECH

OPERATING SYSTEMS, DATA STRUCTURE,IMAGE PROCESSING,PATTERN RECOGNITION OPERATING SYSTEM,DATA STRUCTURE,PATTERN RECOGNITION,NETWORKING
IMAGE PROCESSING,PATTERN RECOGNITION,OPERATING SYSTEM,DATA STRUCTURES SYSTEM PROGRAMING , DATA STRUCTURES

G.ANURADHA

B.TECH

PONNAPATI MANIKANTAREDDY

B.TECH

KRUNAL SINGH BISEN

B.TECH

ABHISHEK PATRE

B.TECH

OPERATING SYSTEM,COMPUTER NETWORK,ALGORITHM,DATA STRUCTURE ALGORITHMS, DATA STRUCTURE, OPERATING SYSTEM, NETWORKS

S K MAHESH

B.TECH

OPERATING SYSTEM, COMPUTER NETWORKS

STUDENT DETAILS(CS)
KANHAIYA KUMAR B.TECH TIME SERIES SHAPELETS IMPLEMENTATION OF PATH COMPRESSION TECHNIQUES LEARINING ALGORITHMS FOR MULTIDISCIPLINARY GROUP RECOMMENDER SYSTEMS MAXIMIZING INFORMATION IN SOCIAL NETWORKS PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF SOFTWARE APPLICATION ON COMPUTER SYSTEMS AN OPTIMIZED DISTRIBUTED ASSOCIATION RULE MINING ALGORITHM IN PARALLEL AND DISTRIBUTED DATAMINIG HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION BASED PROJECT
HYBRID CONCURRENCY CONTROL TECHNIQUE IN MOBILE ENVIRONMENT REPLICA SELECTION STRETEGIES OF VM'S FOR VIRTUAL CLUSTERS IN CLOUD COMPUTING GRAPH TECHNIQUE APPROACHES USING COLOR VISION AND IMAGE PROCESSING ISSUES IN IMPLEMENTING RAINBOW TABLE ATTACK ON A5/1 VIDEO'S ON WIRELESS &IT'S PROBLEMS BIOMETRIC BASED ON PALM PRINT IDENTIFICATION CONTENT BASED VIDEO SEQUENCE REPRESENTATION

DATA MINING, OPERATING SYSTEMS GRAPH THEORY,DATA BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS,ALGORITHMS OPERATING SYSTEMS, DBMS, NETWORKS

B ASHOKA REDDY

B.TECH

V.SOWMINI DEVI

B.TECH

J.MALLESHAM

B.TECH

SYSTEM PROGRAMMING,NETWORKING DATA STRUCTURE,DBMS,OPERATING SYSTEM,COMPUTER NETWORKS

MOGILICHARLA SURENDER

B.TECH

VVSN MURTHY VATTURI

B.E

DATA MINING,WEB DESIGNING,PARALLEL COMPUTING

VANGETI JAYAKAR

B.TECH

CRYPTOGRAPHY, OS , ALGORITHMS
CLOUD COMPUTING,DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS,DBMS,IMAGE PROCESSING, OPERATING SYSTEMS CLOUD COMPUTING,SYSTEM PROGRAMMIMG,BIGDATA

BIPIN KUMAR RAMESH KUMAR GAJBHIYE

B.TECH

ASHOK PARIYA

B.TECH

VIPUL SINGHAL

B.TECH

OPERATING SYSTEM , DATA STRUCTURES, ALGORITHMS AND IMAGE PROCESSING OPERATING SYSTEMS, DBMS, CRYPTOGRAPHY

CH.UMA DEEPIKA

B.TECH

RACHA VENKATESH

B.TECH

DATA STRUCTURES,DATA COMPRESSION,OPERATING SYSTEMS ALGORITHM & DATA STRUCTURE,DBMS,OPERATING SYSTEM DATA STRUCTURE,OPERATING SYSTEM,COMPUTER NETWORKS

MANOJ KUMAR BALWANT SURENDRA KUMAR YADAV

B.TECH

B.TECH

STUDENT DETAILS(CS)
MILIND ANAND B.TECH FUZZY MIN-MAX NEURAL NETWORK FOR CLASSIFICATION EIT AUTOMATION, TOOLS AND UTILITIES DEVELOPMENT CLASSIFIER DEVELOPMENT OF TELUGU OCR FUZZY MIN-MAX PRE-PROCESSING TO FUZZY C MEANS ALGORITHM IN FUZZY CLUSTERING ANALYSIS OF DNA DATA INTERACTION PATTERN RECOGNITION AND CLASSIFIER DEVELOPMENT FOR MATERIAL SPECTRA CUBE COMPUTING IMAGE PROCESSING,PATTERN RECOGNITION,DBMS

PARAG BASER

B.TECH

DATA STRUCTURES,DBMS, ALGORITHM,CRYPTOGRAPHY

V.SRINIVAS ANIL

B.TECH

ALGORITHM & DATA STRUCTURE,DBMS,OPERATING SYSTEM CRYPTOGRAPHY, FUZZY CLUSTERING

RAVEEN S

B.TECH

RASHMITA SAHOO

B.TECH

NETWORKING,OPERATING SYSTEM

TAPAN KUMAR SAHOO

B.TECH

G.SPOORTHY

B.TECH

DATA WAREHOUSING,DATA MINING,DBMS NETWORKING,OPERATING SYSTEM,NETWORK SECURITY

ENDURTHI ANJANEYULU

B.TECH

SECURITY SHARING SCHEME WITH CHEATER PROOF

SANJAY KUMAR

B.TECH

A.RAMAKRISHNA

B.TECH

BETHALA SURESH

B.E

JITENDRA KUMAR

B.TECH

DTA MULES TRAJECTORING PLANNIG IN WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK SENSOR COVERAGE & SCHEDULING PROBLEMS FOR DYNAMIC TARGET MONITORING ON A WIRELESS SENSOR NEWTWORKS NEXT GENERATION COMPUTER NETWORKS ( PROTOCOLS & ALGORITHMS ) BIG DATA ANALYSIS

ALGORITHM,OPERATING SYSTEM,COMPUTER NETWORKS,DBMS

OPEARING SYSTEM,WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS, PATTERN RECOGNATION,TEXT PROCESSING

DATA STRUCTURES,OPERATING SYSTEMS,COMPUTER NETWORKS DBMS, BIGDATA

VEERANNA BADAVATH

B.TECH

SRINU VADAPALLI

B.TECH

SCIS AUTOMATION: COMPLAINT MGT SYSTEM AND DASHBOARD INTERNSHIP AT PROGRESS SOFTWARE VIRTUAL NETWORKS POST PROCESSOR FOR TELUGU OPTICAL CHARACTER RECOGNIZER MODEL BASED ADAPTIVE TEST FRAMEWORK

NETWORKING,OPERATING SYSTEM,UNIX NETWORK PROGRAMMING CLOUD COMPUTING,OPERATING SYSTEM NETWORKING, OPERATING SYSTEM NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING

GEETHASOWJANYA.A

B.TECH

PATNALA DEEKSHITH

B.TECH

M CHANDRA SEKHAR

B.TECH

OPERATING SYSTEMS ,DATA STRUCTURES ,GRAPH THEORY , WIRELESS SENSORS NETWORKS,DBMS

CONTENTS

1. Vc's Message 2. Dean's Message 3. Idrbt Director's Message 4. Placement Officer's Message 5. About University 6. About Scis, Life At Scis 7. About Idrbt 8. Lab Facility 9. Research Projects And Grant Collaboration 10. Faculty Profile (uoh And Idrbt) 11. Academic Programmes Offered 12. List Of Electives Domain-wise 13. Seminars And Workshops 14. Projects Undergoing At Scis And Idrbt 15. Scis Moments 16. Placement Cell Contact 17. Past Recruiters.

Vice Chancellors Message

I am very happy to learn that the students of the School of Computer and Information Sciences (SCIS) are taking the initiative to bring out a placement brouchure that will provide the necessary and essential interface between the Scholl and Industries. The University of Hyderabad (UoH), a premier institution of postgraduate teaching and research has been granted the statue of University of Excellence by the UGC. The objective of this initiative is to provide these select institutions with education and research. The School of Computer and Information Sciences (erstwhile Department of Computer and Information Sciences ) is among the leading academic School on quality education and research in various branches of Computer Sciences and Information Technology. This School has always played a major role in the overall development of the University and also in providing quality service to several projects fo national interest. I take this opportunity to invite you to our green and beautiful compus, and offer my best wishes to the student fo SCIS for their successful compus placement in this year. I am condent that the relationship between industry and academia would prosper further and strengthen by this interaction.

Deans Message

Beginning as a part of School of Mathematics & Computer/Information Sciences (SCIS) at a time when computer education was virtually unknown in India, School of Computer & Information Sciences has made great strides over the years in providing computer education of the highest quality and in developing tommorrows IT professionals. Over the last three decades SCIS has emerged as one of the leading computer school in university systems of the nation with the vision to be an international centre of excellence and the mission to develop innovative IT human resources. It has now grown into a fully integrated IT school. The guiding philosophy has been creation of foundationla knowledge, applications to real world and research of highest caliber. The School fosters and nurtures young minds capable of making difference in research and commercial facets of information technology. At School of CIS, students become immersed in its culture of regorous analysis, lab assignments, presentations and group discussions. We teach students the theories and concepts and make them put hard work in lab sessions to develop skills. Our programmes enable and encourge students to challenge conventional wisdom and come up with innovative solutions. Our student are selected through an extremely competitive nation-wide entrance test. Our MCA Programme, one of the rst in the country, is rated to be one of best MCA in the country. There were occasions when employers would prefer MCA of School of CIS over many other degree in the country. MTech(AI) programme is yet another special programme that aims at trainning students with higher prociency in Computer Science to be trained on never concepts that empower them to be better computer scientists. Mtech (IT with Banking Technology) emphasizes on developing skills on information security and banking. Each of the four programmes offered by School of CIS has its own strength and is unique in nature I wish that prospective employers nd our students suitable for their need.

IDRBT Directors Message

Applied research with practical bias is one of the key missions of IDRBT. In order to realize thismission, IDRBT in collaboration with te University of Hyderabad, offers a M. Tech. (IT) Programme with a focus on Banking Technology. The University of Hyderabad is one of the top Central Universities in the country. The syllabus of this two-year post graduate course concentrates on subjects which are directly relevant to Banking Technology. The technology content is quite conprehensive and intensive. The unique feature of the two-year course is a rigorous one year project work at IDRBT under the guidance of our faculty members. Students are exposed to rigorous training in the state-ofthe-art labs like Secure Technology Lab, CRM Lab and Mobile Security Lab. Intense technical skills needed by banks to build, operate and exploit their Information Technology infrastructure are inparted to them. Stucent ate oriented to the banking domain by experts drawn from the industry. Further, they are exposed to INFINET, SFMS, and the role of the Certiying Authority that are important aspects of modern Indian Banking. Given the good blend of theory and practice on one hand and technical skills and soft skills on the other, these students will be assets to any organization. Given this unique leaming experience, it is no surprise that these students are very much sought after and achieved nearly 100% placement last year in nancial services industry/ It is appropriate for bank to exploit the opportunity and engage these students with a unique and comprehensive learing exprience.

Placement Ofcers Message

School of Computer and Information Sciences (SCIS), University of Hyderabad (UoH) has been offering very prestigious postgraduate programs in Computer Sciences/Applications along with the Doctoral program. These programs are amongst the oldest computer science programs started in the country and have been highly acclaimed both nationally and internationally due to the distinguished faculty and the high calibre of the students who get admitted to the program through national level examinations. This School has a unique distinction to start M.Tech. in Articial Intelligence for the rst time in the country. The students of SCIS are trained to think indigenously and meticulously for nding the solution of a problem in hand using the available research literature and their wisdom. MCA students are especially skilled in application areas so as to become immediately employable in the Industry. Students are given a freedom to select state of art elective courses, apart from their courses of core competence, to make a career in the specialised areas. We are proud of our Alumni who decorate important positions in many prestigious IT companies, and I have no hesitation to claim that this batch will also tread on the same path. As the Chairman of the Placement Guidance and Advisory Bureau Cell, University of Hyderabad, I sincerely believe that what a student has learnt in the program has to be evaluated by the IT industry. I, thereby, cordially invite you to visit our campus and provide placement opportunities to the batch passing out in 2014. I look forward to listening from your end. Sincerely yours Dr. Rajeev Wankar, Chairman, Placement Guidance and Advisory Bureau, UoH

About University
The faculty of UoH has a national and international prole. They have been recipients of prestigious national and international awards

University of Hyderabad (UoH) is one of the most prestigious institutions of higher education in India largely devoted to postgraduate studies and widely known for its excellence in research and its distinguished faculty. Founded in 1974 with Prof. Gurubaksh Singh as its rst Vice Chancellor, UoH also known as Hyderabad Central University or HCUhas emerged as a leading center for teaching and research. The sprawling campus located near Gachibowli has vast bio-diversity. This naturally beautiful campus is home for over 75 varieties of bird, lakes and rock formations. Programmes of Study With 12 schools of study spread among 46 different departments and centers, the university has over 400 faculty and over 5000 students. University offers close to 150 different programmes of study ranging from Master Level programmes to Doctoral studies, as well as a range of Post Graduate Diplomas and short term Distance Mode courses. It also has a thriving 5-year Integrated Masters programme. The University is an educational hub for various programmes which is the driving factor for the ever increasing number of foreign scholars. Achievements and Awards
The University is known for providing high quality academic training , and has been recognized through a number of awards such as: PURSE, given by the Prime Minister of India, an A - Grade accreditation by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC).

Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar prize of the CSIR Ramon Magasaysay Award J C Bose Fellowship of the DST Humboldt Prize, the TWAS Awards, the British Council, Commonwealth and Fulbright awards, and Padma Awards of the Government of India.

Several of our faculty also belongs to esteemed national and international Academies The Indian National Science Academy (INSA) The Indian Academy of Sciences (IASc), the National Academy of Sciences of India (NASI), the Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE), the Sahitya Akademi, the Academy of Sciences for the Developing World (TWAS). Central Facilities The entire campus is connected on 1 Gbps NKN connectivity, Wi-Fi enabled. The Indira Gandhi Memorial Library at the University has a collection of more than 3.56-lakh books, reference material, subscriptions to about 600 foreign journals, 18,000 online journals and 10 online databases. This fully computerized Library with special software for visually-challenged students operates throughout the week. Collaborations UoH works closely with a large number of institutions on campus such as: C R Rao Advanced Institute of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science (AIMSCS), Association of Management Development Institutions of South Asia (AMDISA) Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) Energy Resources Institute (TERI) National Institute for Smart Government (NISG) Indian Institute of Public Health (IIPH) and Institute of Life Sciences (ILS) The National Museum of Statistics, SANKHYA, is being set up on the campus, the rst of its kind. UoH continues to make innovations with the introduction of new courses of study, new disciplines, and new initiatives.

International measures of research excellence also show the eminence of UoH University is counted among the top 100 in Asia in many of its academic areas of study. These include the Basic Sciences, Applied Sciences, Medical Science, Engineering Science, Social Sciences, Humanities, Arts and Fine Arts, Media Studies and Communication, in addition to more recent efforts in areas such as Folklore Studies, Health Psychology, Dalit Studies, Women's Studies, Neural and Cognitive Sciences.

About SCIS
Fellowships Post-Doctoral Fellowships are available for research in specic areas in collaboration with IDRBT. GATE fellowships are available for M. Tech. students. In addition, a limited nancial assistance is available to meritorious students with nancially / socially weak backgrounds. About School of Computer and Information Sciences (SCIS) Department of Computer & Information Sciences became School of Computer and Information Sciences on 22-01-2013. Programmes of Study School of Computer and Information Sciences offers high quality Post-Graduate teaching and research programmes in all major areas of Computing, Information Science and Articial Intelligence. The school has the unique distinction of offering Master of Computer Applications M. Tech. programmes in Computer Sciences Articial Intelligence Information Technology with specialization in Banking Technology and Information Security.

LIFE AT SCIS What it means to be an SCISian: An SCISian could be described as being talented, intelligent, hard-working and creative. The real mark of an SCISian is the hunger for knowledge and passion for scientic methodology, which when combined provides them with the ideal tools for solving problems both innovatively and efciently. The lectures do not follow the standard one-way mode of interaction, but are rather like an interactive arena where students are encouraged to question and think for themselves; when a question is asked by a faculty member, rather than spoon-feeding the solution, they prefer to guide the student towards it, and help them nd the answers for themselves. The student's intelligence and resilience are tested regularly with rigorous assignments and projects. The faculty is assisted by senior students, who also help the junior students out with their studies. A number of guest lectures are conducted on a wide variety of topics that excite and stimulate the students' minds, while keeping them abreast with the latest technological advances.

Ph. D programme with more than 50 registered students as of date and 40 scholars have completed their research till now. Research Areas Current research areas include Computer Networks and Distributed Processing, Data Base Management Systems, Software Engineering, Computer and Network Security, Mobile Computing, Logic, Decision Support Systems, Enterprise Resource Planning, E-Commerce, Geographical Information Systems, Data Warehousing and Data Mining, BioInformatics, Articial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Cognition, Natural Language Engineering, Speech Processing, Image Processing, Pattern Recognition, Vision, Parallel & Grid Computing.

SCISians come from all parts of the country and beyond, and the interaction between diverse cultures results in students having a broader, healthier outlook to life. The years spent as an SCISian works as a launch-pad for a stable and spectacular take off into the real world to achieve true success.

About IDRBT

About Institute for Development and Research in Banking Technology (IDRBT) The Indian Banking and Financial Sector has considerably modernized the use of Information Technology over the last two decades. The Institute for Development and Research in Banking Technology (IDRBT) has played a vital role in this journey by providing inter-bank services. IDRBT was established by the Reserve Bank of India in March 1996, as an autonomous body. The Institute pioneers the modernization process by introducing Information Technology to the Indian Banking and Financial Sector. IDRBT has taken the lead from anticipating the technology requirements, developing solutions to creating and customizing IT and IT infrastructure for the benet of the Indian Banking and Financial Sector. The Institute plays a catalytic role in ensuring that technology is leveraged to the maximum to enhance productivity, customer satisfaction and to offer innovative and value-added services in tune with the global trends in the BFSI sector. In a short span, the IDRBT has created the nationwide communication backbone for the Indian banking industry the INdian FInancial NETwork (INFINET) and setting up of the National Financial Switch (NFS) (now a part of the NPCI). IDRBT is also a Certifying Authority (CA) under the IT Act 2000, which issues Digital Certicates to the banking industry, to facilitate inter-bank communication in the country. Subsequently, the Institute launched the framework of Structured Financial Messaging System (SFMS), in order to sufce the need for a secure and common messaging system for intrabank and interbank applications. All National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT)messages are routed through a hub hosted by IDRBT; this enables customers to make inter-bank payments online. IDRBT has also set up Indian Banking Technology Consortium (IBTC) to guide banks on the latest in nancial technology. IDRBT has deep and wide access to domain knowledge in the area of banking. IDRBT as a research institution focuses on applied research with practical bias. The research outcomes are imparted to various banks through Executive Development Programmes. These highly specialized Executive Development Programmes are conducted for banking professionals exposing them to state-of-the-art developments in Information Technology. Thus, there is a robust industry-academia partnership . IDRBT is now an Associate Institution of the University of Hyderabad (A Central University) for undertaking research for the award of Ph.D. degree in the areas of Computer Sciences and Information Technology. It offers attractive research opportunities for both academicians as well as practitioners through its Ph.D Programme, Post Doctoral Fellowship (IPDF) and IDRBT Research Project Scheme (IRPS). In the year 2009, the Institute started the IDRBT Project Trainee Scheme (IPTS), which focuses on providing project trainees from reputed Institutions like the IITs, IIMs and Central Universities, an opportunity to carry out short projects in various areas of Banking Technology, with a renewed vigour. Work is in progress to set up Centre of Excellence (CoE) on CRM/Analytics, Information Security/ Assurance and IT Governance. IDRBT now provides many avenues to gain and share knowledge in the niche area of Banking Technology.

Lab Facilities:
The Department houses a well-equippedArticail Intelligence Laboratory (AI Lab) and a Multimedia Lab fully networked. Each node has a direct connection with the Red Hat Linux and Windows 2000 Servers. The Windows 2000 Servers is hooked up to the UDHYD Domain Server in the Computer Center in and internat facilities. The Department has several advanced labs set up for specialized study in topics of interest of the faculty such as:

Articial Intelligence Lab Embedded Systems Lab Software Engineering Lab Spoken Language Processing Lab Network a System Security Lab

Data Mining Lab Grid Computing Lab natural Language Engineering Lab Optical Character Recognition Lab Image Processing Lab

Student can access Super Computer (PARAM) round the clock located at the CMSD. CMSD is a 15.0 Teraftop. 6 SMP Systems with total of 192 CPUs @ 2.3 GHz, 512 Gbytes of main Memory and 4 Tbytes of storage. More than 80 pentium 4 systems with latest software packages in Labs for students. and faculty. Expert System software such as Rule Master, MAILAB,Viawam. Shell and Turbo Analyst CASE Tool, 3D Studio Max and Dragon Speech.

Quad core, Dual Xeon processor servers congured as a cluster with 64 CPUs. Sun Microsystems, Dual Opteron server with Integrated thin clients. Recent peripherals like HP Scan jet 4890 samsung color laser printer CLP 510. Numerous LCD Projectors from Sony, Panasonic etc. Round the clock Internet facility.

Research Projects And Grant Collaboration

Grants and Collaborations Department of Science and Technology (DST), Govt. of India has recognized the School's research contribution by funding it under FIST programme. Research labs in the school are supported by various national and international funding agencies like DST, AICTE, MIT, Govt. of India, and Verizon Inc. USA. To strengthen the research in Software Engineering and Business Process Re-engineering it has initiated academic collaboration with United Nations University/International Institute of Software Technology, Macau and University of Trento, Italy. Recently, the School has signed MoUs with IBM(ISTL), Hitachi and Pramati to promote research and teaching programme in Business Processes Re-engineering and Middleware Technology. Research Projects The school currently executes several research projects (funded by MCIT, UGC, ISRO, DRDO, MHA, DST ,AICTE, etc.) on Content-Based Image Retrieval Natural Language and Speech Processing Grid Computing Neural Networks Formal Methods in Software Engineering, Business Process Re-engineering Forensic Document Analysis and System Security Ph.D. students are encouraged to work in various exchange-programs at University of Trento, Italy, to carry out full-time research in Formal Methods for Business Process Re-engineering.

Faculty Prole
Arun Kumar Pujari (Dean) Ph. D (I. I. T. Kanpur)
Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email:akpcs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Combinatorial Algorithms, Data Mining, Logic and Reasoning. Area of Interest Speech Synthesis, Speech Recognition, Spoken Dialog Systems, Human Computer Interaction, Intelligent Agents

P.N. Girija
Ph. D (SVU) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email: pngcs@uohyd.ernet.in

Arun Agarwal
Ph. D. (I. I. T. Delhi) B. Tech (I. I. T Delhi) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email: aruncs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest SMIEEE, FIETE, Image Processing, Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition and Neural Networks, Grid Computing. Area of Interest

K.Narayana Murthy
Ph. D (University Of Hyderabad) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email: knmcs@uohyd.ernet.in

Natural Language Engineering, Speech Technologies (on EOL).

Hrushikesha Mohanty
Ph. D (I. I. T. Kharagpur) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email: hmcs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Distributed Computing, Software Engineering Business Process Re-engineering, Mobile Computing.

Chakravarthy Bhagvati
Ph. D (RPI, USA) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email: chakcs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Image Processing, Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition.

C. Raghavendra Rao
Ph. D (Osmania University) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email: crrms@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Simulation & Modeling, Knowledge Discovery Area of Interest

Bapi Raju Surampudi


Ph.D (UTA, USA)
Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email:akpcs@uohyd.ernet.in

Neural Networks, Cognitive Modeling, Pattern Recognition.

Faculty Prole
Atul Negi
Ph. D (University of Hyderabad) M. S (I. I. Sc., Bangalore) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email: atulcs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Pattern Recognition and its Applications, Computer Networks (on EOL) Area of Interest

Siba Kumar Udgata


Ph. D (Berhampur University) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email:udgatacs@uohyd.ernet.in

Mobile Computing, Networks and Architecture

Associate Professors
Rajeev Wankar
Ph. D (DAVV, Indore) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email:wankarcs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest

T. Sobha Rani
Ph. D (University of Hyderabad) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email: tsrcs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Bioinformatics, Machine Learning Techniques, Language Processors.

Parallel & Grid Computing

S. Durga Bhavani
Ph. D (University of Hyderabad) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email: sdbcs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Analysis of Algorithms, Fractal Geometry, Mathematical Modeling

V. China Venkaiah
Ph. D (IISc, Bangalore) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email: venkaiahcs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Graph Theory, Cryptography, Secret Sharing, Computational Number Theory, Error-free Computation and Digital Signal Processing.

Alok Singh
D. Phil (University of Allahabad) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email: alokcs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Combinatorial Optimization using Heuristic and Metaheuristic technciques

Salman Abdul Moiz


Ph. D (Osmania University) Contact Address: SCIS,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,500046,INDIA. Email: alokcs@uohyd.ernet.in Area of Interest Mobile Transactions, Domain Specic Components & Cloud Security