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Dept. of ISE - Infrastructure

Department Library
The department library located in a dedicated and spacious room has well over 400 books covering a wide range of subjects including Computer Networking, Java Extreme Programming Cookbook, The Complete Reference Linux, Lex And Yacc, J2ME In a nutshell, Data Communication And Networking, Computer Networks, File Structure An Object Oriented Approach With C++, Computer Graphics Principles and Practice, Programming in ANSI C, Programming with C++, Unix Shell Programming, Software Engineering , File Structures, Operating Systems: Concepts and design, Database Management Systems, Compliers Principles, Techniques and tools.

Data Structures Laboratory
In this lab, the students will learn to implement a simple version of some data structures, namely arrays, stacks, queues and linked list and use them to implement a simple sorting algorithm. This exercise will help the students to explore the effect of data structures on the complexity of the algorithm and also understand the details involved in creating data structures from scratch.

 

Analog and Digital Electronics Laboratory
The major objective of this lab is to learn analog and digital circuits. This enhances the learning of circuits like oscillators, multivibrators, multiplexers, flip flops, DAC, etc. by practical use and by simulation. The students also learn how to measure the period and frequency of an AC waveform, peak to peak voltage and instantaneous voltage from the oscilloscope readings.

Design and Analysis of Algorithms Laboratory
The major objective of this lab is to learn how to analyse a problem and design the solution for the problem. In addition to that solution using optimum parameters such as time complexity and least memory usage

Microprocessors Laboratory
The major objective of this lab is to understand the internal organization of INTEL 8086 Microprocessors and Assembly Language. The students will be working on programs using the instruction sets of processors and study the interfacing of the processor with various peripheral devices.

Database Applications Laboratory
The major objective of this lab is to provide a strong formal foundation in database concepts, technology and practice to the students and groom them into well-informed database application developers. The course is designed with a balanced blend of concepts, technology and practice and boosts the holistic learning experience for the students.

File Structures Laboratory
To design, develop and implement C++ programs using Standard input/output specifications, Methods, Indexing, Merging and Resolution Techniques.

Software Testing Laboratory
In this lab the students will learn to design and develop programs and solve triangle problems, commission Problems and also performing the search of algorithms.

Networks Laboratory
This is an introductory course on computer networking. It focuses on explaining the working of Internet, like the study of the bits that are modulated on wired and wireless networks in application-level protocols. It also explains the principles to design networks and network protocols. It also introduces the fundamental problems of computer networking, like transfer of the bits over wires to running distributed applications. Some of the topics are: Error detection and correction, Multiple-access, Bandwidth allocation, Routing, Internet-working, Reliability, and Quality of service like content delivery, and security.

Machine Learning Laboratory
The objective of Machine Learning Laboratory is to provide the comprehensive introduction to various machine learning algorithms. This course will enable the students to design and implement machine learning solutions to classification, regression and clustering problems as well as to evaluate and interpret the results of the algorithms.

Web Programming Laboratory
The Web programming subject gives an overview of how the web works, as well as description of many of the most widely used web technologies. The challenge for the students in this course is to learn to use several different programming languages and technologies in one semester. Students build a static website using only xhtml as the first program, along with study of the object oriented programming. Write a valid standards-conformant HTML document involving a variety of element types, including hyperlinks, images, lists, tables, and forms