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B.Tech CSE

FAQs – CST

B.TECH-CSE

Q.1.What all programs does the department offer and what is the duration of the programs?

Ans. Department of Computer Science & Technology offers:

  • D in Computer Science – Minimum duration for submission of Ph.D. thesis is three years, including coursework and a maximum of six years.
  • Tech Computer Engineering – It’s a full time 2 years degree program.
  • BTech Computer Science & Engineering – It’s a full time 4 years degree program.
  • Tech. Computer Science & Engineering with specialization in Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning, in collaboration with Xebia – It’s a full time 4 years degree program.
  • Tech. Computer Science & Engineering with specialization in Cloud, DevOps & Automation, in collaboration with Xebia – It’s a full time 4 years degree program.
  • Tech in Computer Science & Engineering (specialization in Cyber Security & Threat Intelligence) in association with Quick Heal- It’s a full time 4 years degree program.

Q.2.What are the major differentiators of the courses offered by DoCST?

Ans. All programs offered by the DoCST follow Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) where a student has the flexibility of choosing courses of his choice and interest. The department offers a large basket of electives that lead to distinctive specialization. Our major differentiators are:

  • Our teaching pedagogy focuses on “learning-by-doing” which aims to bridge the gap between industry and academia.
  • Incorporation of new technology in the curriculum aims to bridge the gap of skilled manpower requirements. Focused industry ready syllabi with each vertical defined in the curriculum aims to create a platform for specified fields (Cloud Computing, BigData, Neural Networks, Business Analytics, Apps Development, Web Development).
  • Computer lab components added to all MRU courses ensure that the student is involved proactively in the learning by doing approach.
  • The department has collaborations with many external organizations like Infosys, Microsoft, AWS, Quickheal, Xebia who work in association with the departments to impart education to the students on cutting edge technology.
  • Learning through project based learning pedagogy , which increases student’s confidence in real world problem solving

Q.3. Has DoCST collaborated with Industry?

Ans. Yes, DoCST has collaboration with following industries :

  • Xebia
  • Quick Heal
  • Microsoft Azure
  • AWS
  • Infosys
  • Sunrise Mentors Pvt. Ltd “Coding Ninjas”
  • Sofocle

Q.4.What is the quality of the Faculty in DoCST and what is so innovative in their teaching methodologies?

Ans. At MRU, the core faculty comprises distinguished academicians (PhD, GATE, NET qualified) from the best institutions and leading professionals from the corporate world with rich industry and research experience. DoCST uses STEP (Simulated Teaching EnabledProgrammes) methodology which adds dynamism to the teaching methodology implicating the “tools” that further provide the hands on practice for progressive, consolidated learning and implementation, with excellent pedagogic techniques like teaching through demonstration, analogies, case based learning, scenario playing, depicting the concepts through flash movies, role plays etc.

Q.5. What are the computer environments / platforms at the CST department, MRU?

Ans.  The Department uses Windows, Linux, Cloud based platforms and virtualization techniques for instruction (Labs) and course assignments. We provide numerous computing facilities for our students, faculty, and staff. The department offers extensive computer labs in the different areas of computing. The student-computer ratio in the lab is 1:1 and the faculty-student ratio in the computer lab is 1:15 which aims to facilitate our learning by doing pedagogy.

Q.6.

What are the recent awards and accomplishments of DoCST students? 

Ans.  Some of the major achievements are highlighted below:

  • IEEE Awards
  • NPTEL Stars
  • Khushi Kathuria as SSN Coordinator at IEEE Delhi Section 2021
  • R10 Funding
  • Parag Kumar Garg, Department of Computer Science & Technology has been recognized as one of the NPTEL Discipline Stars.
  • Rahul Thakur (VIII Semester) , Department of Computer Science & Technology has been recognized as one of the NPTEL Discipline Stars.
  • Parul Taneja, Minhjul Hossain, Parikshit Sharma and Ravi Prakash, B.Tech CSE 4th year students achieved 3rd position, Bronze Medals, Cash Prize of 5000/- and goodies at HackPhoria, 24 hrs Hackathon organized by Bennett University on 14 – 16 Feb 2020.
  • Parikshit Sharma, Ravi Prakash, Shivam Shukla and Shiv Kumar, B.Tech CSE 2nd year students secured 1st position in Hackrcdu with Certificates, Cash Prize of 8000/- organized by Hackrcdu, Hackathon in Ramanujan college (DU) on 27th feb and 28th feb 2020.
  • Parikshit Sharma, Ravi Prakash, Shivam Shukla, Shiv Kumar, students of B.Tech CSE 3rd year as Team +impact wins first position at ‘HackRcdu’ Hackathon and cash Prize of 8000/- with goodies on 7th March 2020 at ‘HackRcdu’, a Hackathon held at Ramanujan college, University of Delhi.
  • Karan Rajoria. B.Tech CSE student of 3rd year was Selected as “Industrial Relation Coordinator” Member of “Delhi Section Student Network Team” IEEE Delhi Section on 27 May 2020.
  • Varun Prakash, Raghav sagar, B.Tech CSE DSML specialization students of 3rd year presented a Research Paper on “When Cartoon Meets Anime Distinguishing Animation Styles ith Convolutional Neural Networks” (Online) Paper Presentation at ICIEM 2020 (Scopus Indexed IEEE conference) organized in collaboration with IEEE UK and Ireland Section on 18 June 2020.
  • B.Tech CSE 4th year reaches the Semi Final Round of Re Think Tank Session, organised by QS I Gauge on 10 June 2020.
  • Minhajul Hossian, B.Tech CSE student of 4th selected to become one of the mentors for the Garuda Hacks event on 14 – 16 August 2020 event organized by Garuda Hacks Indonesia’s Premier Global Hackathon.
  • Rishabh Dhiman, Mrinmoy Mitra, Aayush Singh, Deepak Bhardwaj, Vishakha Tyagi and Aman Gupta, B.Tech CSE students of 4th Sem received 1st position, winner under SW category for MK206 problem statement of Ministry of Rural development in Smart India Hackathon 2020 and 1 lkh prize money on 4th Aug 2020.
  • Students of B.Tech CSE, Mukul Singh and Parul Taneja, participated in an international competition ‘YASH 2020′ organized by the Foundation of Global Science Initiatives (FGSI) and won ‘Silver Medal’ in the category of master age group on 16-18 January 2020.
  • Team1:Karan Aditya Ghoshal, Prince Kaliraman, and Deepak Rana; Team2: Ashwani and Yatharth, B.Tech CSE students, participated in an international competition ‘YASH 2020 organized by the Foundation of Global Science Initiatives (FGSI) and won ‘Silver Medal’ in the category of master age group on 16-18 January 2020.
  • Co-Founders of Zenith Vipers &Workolab, Ensure Equity: Yuvraj Bhardwaj &Yashraj Bhardwaj are Co-Founders of Zenith Vipers &Workolab, Ensure Equity. They are 18 years old Researcher & Entrepreneur and own 22 Research Projects, and also have 7 patents on their name. They have been research collaborate with many institutions. They are also the recipients of Karmaveer Chakra Award 2016 and the winners of SF fellowship 2017. They are among top 30 Young Entrepreneurs across the world by Success Magazine. They are also the youngest Indians to enter the final nominee list of Padma Shri 2018. They got “The Eagle Award” from Government of Malaysia, which is one of the highest award in Malaysia by Government on 2017 Independence Day.
  • Global Science, Technology & Innovation Conference (G-STIC) 2017: Akanksha Ahuja, student member Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences Cluster) participated in the Global Science, Technology & Innovation Conference (G-STIC) 2017. She emerged as one of the top three winners in the Student Challenge category all over the world. She has now been invited to participate in G-STIC 2017 being organized in Brussels from 23 to 25 October to present her idea.
  • Google Summer of Code 2017 internship: Kartik Sibal, B.Tech CSE has successfully completed Google Summer of Code 2017 internship, contributed to the open source project “AboutCode” and received 2400 USD.

Q.7.What are the job prospects for the students of Computer Science?

Ans. There are various positions for which a Computer engineer can apply in most of the software companies. Some of the positions are:-

  • Application Developer
  • Database Administrator
  • Business Systems Analyst
  • Data Analyst
  • Database Manager
  • Mobile Apps Developer
  • Game Developer
  • Enterprise Architect
  • Hardware Designer
  • Network Administrator
  • Mainframe Systems Manager
  • Project Manager

Q8. What are the job prospects for the students doing Computer Science & Engineering with specialization in Cloud, DevOps & Automation, in collaboration with Xebia?

  • DT Consultant
  • Data Architect
  • Cloud Developer
  • Full Stack Developer
  • Test Automation Engineer
  • Cloud Administrator
  • DevOps Engineer
  • Frontend Developer

Q9. What are the job prospects for the students doing B.Tech. Computer Science & Engineering with specialization in Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning, in collaboration with Xebia?

  • Data Scientist
  • Data Engineer
  • Business Analyst
  • Data Analyst
  • AI/ML Engineer
  • Business Intelligence Engineer
  • Research Scientist

Q10. What are the job prospects for the students doing B.Tech in Computer Science & Engineering (specialization in Cyber Security & Threat Intelligence) in association with Quick Heal?

  • Information Security & Risk Analyst
  • Junior Cyber Security Analyst
  • Infosec Analyst and Trainer
  • Internal Auditor
  • Sales – Cyber Product and Services.
  • IT Support


Q.11. Are there research opportunities for undergraduates?

Ans. Yes, the department is offering an ITR (Introduction to Research Course) course in the initial years of the program and the department also has area specific research groups. Students can get connected with these groups and  reach out to faculty members whose research area they find to be intriguing, to pursue their research work at undergraduate level. Various students’ Research clusters are formed in following areas:

  • Data Analytics And Big Data Architecture
  • Architecture And Analysis Of Communication Network
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Emerging Web Technologies And Applications
  • Data Mining
  • Network Securities

Q.12. What social/academic organizations and extracurricular activities are open to CST students?

 

Ans. The office of Dean Students offers various social/ cultural societies and technical committees. Our students are associated with social clubs like Jeevandayni, Rotary Club, Lion’s Club and Red Cross Society, involved in different social services like blood donation camps and relief camps. Department has formed student branches in association with different technical societies like IEEE and NPTEL. The student branches are regularly organizing competitions and technical events at the regional, national and international  .

Q.13. Can one go for higher studies after graduating from MRU?

Ans. Yes, MRU degree is as good as the one awarded by any central or state university. A Bachelor degree holder from MRU can also apply for higher studies in any of the Indian or overseas universities.

Q.14. What is the minimum attendance required to appear in the examination

Ans. A student shall be required to have a minimum attendance of 75% in a course to be eligible for appearing in the end semester examination.

Q.15. Is there any provision of scholarship for meritorious students?

Ans. There is a scholarship policy at Manav Rachna for Sports person and meritorious students, Refer the scholarship page for more detail .

Q.16. What is the minimum credit requirement for graduating from MRU in B.Tech course?

Ans. According to AICTE guidelines the minimum credit requirement for graduating from MRU in B.Tech CSE course is 160 and B.Tech CSE with specialization is 180.

(a) Completion of Minimum Credits:

As specified in the curriculum, completion of minimum credits of the program shall be the condition for the award of the degree. These credits should be earned under different categories as follows:

  • All core courses as defined in curriculum scheme;
  • All University mandatory courses;
  • All summer trainings;
  • At least two electives offered by parent department;
  • At least one elective offered by other engineering department;
  • At least one elective offered by sciences (Mathematics/Physics/Chemistry etc.) Department
  • At least one elective offered by Department of Humanities;
  • At least one elective by the Management Department.

(b) Lower and Upper Limits for Credits Registered:

A student must register for a minimum of 14 credits and a maximum of 29 credits in a semester. The minimum credits registered should include at least 2 courses under the category of hard courses which can be core or elective with first preference to core.

(c) Credits Earned at Different Universities / Institutes:

Provision shall be made for acknowledgement of credits earned by a student through coursework/project work/internship.

M.TECH CE

Q.1. Are there research opportunities for M.Tech students?

Ans. Yes, the department has Area specific research groups & clusters that have been formed and students can become connected with these groups by reaching out to faculty members whose research area they find to be intriguing. The student’s research clusters are:

  • Data Analytics And Big Data Architecture
  • Architecture And Analysis Of Communication Network
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Emerging Web Technologies And Applications
  • Data Mining
  • Network Securities

Q.2. What are the various areas in which students can do research?

Ans. Lab facilities and expert faculty members are available to guide the students in the areas like Speech Processing, Machine Learning, Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition, Image Processing, Soft Computing, Big Data, Software Engineering, Data Mining, Robotics, Cloud Computing, Network Security, Open Source Technologies etc.

Q.3. What is the minimum credit requirement for graduating from MRU in M.Tech course?

Ans. Completion of a minimum of 90-100 credits, including all core courses, as specified in the curriculum scheme; successful completion of summer training; and successful completion of all stages of dissertation work shall be the condition for award of degree.

A student must register for a minimum of 14 credits and a maximum of 29 credits in a semester.

Q.4. What is the minimum attendance required to appear in the examination?

Ans. A student shall be required to have a minimum attendance of 75% in each subject to be eligible for taking the end semester examination.

Q5. What are the career opportunities after M.Tech?

Ans.

Corporate Sector: The Employment opportunities after M.Tech include offers from consulting companies (TCE Consulting Engineers Ltd., Zinnov Research Consulting), Core Engineering Companies (Punj Lloyd, LT ECC), R&D Centers (BARC, ISRO)

Research Development: The opportunity of super-specialization and further studies are always open after completing the M.Tech degree

The Teaching Profession: After completing M.Tech, there are various jobs available in academic institutions.

Q6. Is there any Teaching Assistant-ship For M.Tech CSE Student?

Ans: MRU now offers teaching assistantship for MTech CSE Students. The selected candidates having more than 70% overall marks or 7.00 CGPA in the qualifying examination shall be provided teaching assistantship on the recommendations of the committee constituted by the Vice-Chancellor of the University.

*The candidate of M.Tech Programme can either avail the above free ship policy for PG programme or Teaching Assistantship.

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