About the department

When you talk about Saurashtra you talk about versatility; it never stopped itself in discovering from time to time. One or the other way people of Saurashtra contributed in excelling and moving ahead of its time. It was the dawn of the year 1998 where Rajkot faced a new ever star in its galaxy. It was a new and the most awaited feather in the cap of Shri M&N Virani Science College. Bachelors of computer application took its place in this system as the pioneer institute serving the computer studies in the region and not just that, it did not stop its flight it added Bachelor’s of computer science in information and technology in 1999; again a pioneer institute dedicated for building the future of an I.T aspirant.

Just like a kid, when it takes birth, faces a lot of challenge and struggles to survive but, when one has the parental blessing of H.D.H Pragat Guru Hari Hariprasad Swamiji Maharaj kid like college was to excel, undoubtedly. When the college started the department, the region had no faculties. The demand of the students was so intense that resulted into a change of almost 7 faculties at a stretch but things turn the other way when Dr. Rajesh Partker, all the way from Mumbai, was appointed for a specific Subject, Programming in C to be precise. Still the department looked for someone to hold the reigns where number of leads served to the best of their knowledge and skill, to mention their name, in order, The first Lead was Sangeeta Madam, then the baton was handed over to Virag Shukla, Hasit Mehta, Chetan Bhojani, Vinay Dadhaniya, Devang tank, Paresh Patel, Dr. Nilesh Padariya (Dr. Pushpen), and now finally stable under the leadership of Dr. Stavan Patel and (Dr) Hitendra Donga.

The way it started and the miles we traveled

The only department which needed hardcore machines for the brain to be fed upon. In the year 1998, the department had best in its time computers. Firstly it had Pentium Celeron Machine, that was then upgraded to Pentium 3 processor, Dual core, Core 2 duo, I-3 Machines, and now it has the state of the art machines, that are almost rare to be seen in colleges these days; are iOS Machines.

One needs to work on the hardware part too and hence it was too updated wherein 2006 the department started up with the most updated hardware available. The department had IBM Network; certified by IBM itself; which no other institute had even thought of. We are the only department who had Sun Solaris network; Number 1 network in India at the UG level.

Department did not stop updating and upgrading itself. After all these gadgets it focused on the classroom where the class that started in 1998 is now turned into smart classrooms.
In the year 2001, to stay updated with knowledge for students and spreading it across the society the department had Microsoft certified Pro-Metric Center where under the guidance of expert teachers students were pumped up for the exams like MCSE – MCSE and MCP. Was this to show on paper only? Not really, it had a benchmark achievement where the department and teachers worked so hard to let the student achieve their goal. MAULIN RAVAL an 8 years old kid, son of Alpna and Yogesh Rawal; made a world record by cracking MCSE Exam.

The year 2006 was the year where the department rose from the U.G program to the P.G program.MSC.IT took place this year and with their projects; they not just only helped the corporate, individuals, and organizations but also contributed to the Municipal Corporation of Rajkot by offering solutions to varied problems.

The story has just begun, come and be a part of its journey…

Vision

 
  • To sow seeds of sound knowledge and teaching ambience that responds swiftly to the challenges of upcoming technologies
  • To be at the epitome in the organization as a reputed department; which in-turn rests as the asset to the institution
  • Through the assessment of academic achievement of our students constantly climbing towards excellence and rigorous development
  • To impart value based education which embarks the level of excellence that helps producing holistic social and professional individual

Mission

 
  • Empowering the aspirant to be a prominent developer and leader at large in the field of computer science and technology and to embark the journey of academics so as to attain societal needs. Department also strives Provide state of the art education services and resources to meet current needs of profession. Apart from this, department is all set to provide a learning environment to enhance innovations, problem solving skills, leadership qualities, team-spirit and ethical responsibilities; Establish Industry Institute Interaction program to enhance entrepreneurship skills and Provide exposure of latest tools and technologies in the area of Computer Science and Technology

Goals

 
  • Supporting professional training activities
  • Continuous Excellence in Computer Science and Technology
  • Participating and contributing to the community building
  • Creating educational opportunities for all
  • Promoting value based education

PEO (PG)

  1. To get into the core of the subject by providing depth and breadth of the subject.
  2. To enhance the knowledge by providing horizontal and vertical training, operation and usage of Modern tools and technology.
  3. To guide an individual for research scholarship and numeracy.
  4. To build and enhance individual’s professional capacity by rigorous learning.
  5. To embark global, moral and aesthesis sustainability in an individual by holistic human and technological learning.

PO (PG)

  1. To Acquire and analyze conceptual and technical knowledge of IT.
  2. To Identify, define and permit analysis of problem solutions.
  3. To distill salient points from assimilated information.
  4. To find information, collect data, assess its relevance and reliability which is formulated and articulated, a problem & recommend / implanted solutions.
  5. To inculcate divergent and convergent ways of thinking to adopt advancements in technology.
  6. To evaluate personal performance as a member / leader of a team and act upon means of improvement for the advancement of knowledge & skills.
  7. To present or to put forward ideas effectively to different groups (technical/general) of people in multiple format (oral, written, graphical, symbol).
  8. To Understand that people from other discipline & backgrounds bring different skills/knowledge in inter or intra disciplinary problem solutions.
  9. To discover solution that has positive impact on local & global societal levels.
  10. To contribute on transfer of knowledge skills responsibility to community ensuring ethical principles.
  11. To Acquire and adapt the advancement in Information Technology.
  PEO 1 PEO 2 PEO 3 PEO 4 PEO 5
PO 1 S M S S S
PO 2 S S S S L
PO 3 M M S S S
PO 4 S S S S S
PO 5 M S S S M
PO 6 S S M S S
PO 7 L M M S S
PO 8 M S S S M
PO 9 S S S S S
PO 10 S M S M M
PO 11 S S S S S

Long term and Short term goals

  • Supporting professional training activities (S)
  • Continuous Excellence in Computer Science and Technology (S)
  • Participating and contributing to the community building (L)
  • Creating educational opportunities for all (L)
  • Promoting value based education (L)

Mapping of PEOs & POs

PEO Rank

PO Rank

1 2 3 4 5 Total
Rank PO no. PEO1 PEO4 PEO2 PEO3 PEO5  
1 PO1 PITC2, PITC15, PITC3, PITC8, PITC14, PITC9, PITC10, PITC16, PITC1, PITC7, PITC23 (11)

PITC2, PITC8, PITC14, PITC10, PITVE, PITC1, PITC7, PITC23

(8)

PITC2, PITC3, PITC8, PITC14, PITVE, PITC16, PITC1, PITC7

(8)

PITC3, PITC9, PITC10, PITC16, PITC1, PITC7

(6)

PITC15, PITVE, PITC1, PITC23

(4)

37
2 PO2

PITC2, PITC15, PITC14, PITC10, PITVE, PITC23

(6)

PITC2, PITC15, PITC3, PITC14, PITC9, PITVE, PITC1, PITC7, PITC23

(9)

PITC15, PITC8, PITC16, PITC1, PITC7, PITC23

(6)

PITC15, PITC3, PITC8, PITC10, PITC1, PITC7, PITC23

(7)

PITC15, PITC2, PITC8, PITC14, PITC9, PITC10, PITC16, PITC1, PITC7, PITC23(10) 38
3 PO3 PITC2, PITC15, PITC3, PITC14, PITC9, PITVE, PITC23(7) PITC3, PITC14, PITC9, PITC10, PITVE, PITC1(6) PITC15, PITC10, PITVE, PITC16, PITC23(5)

PITC8, PITC1, PITC7

(3)

PITC2, PITC15, PITC14, PITC9, PITC10, PITC1, PITC23

(7)

28
4 PO4 PITC15, PITC14, PITC9, PITVE, PITC23(5) PITC15,PITC2, PITC3, PITC8, PITC14, PITVE, PITC16, PITC1, PITC7, PITC23(10) PITC2, PITC15, PITC8, PITC14, PITC9, PITC10, PITVE, PITC16, PITC7, PITC23(10) PITC2, PITC15, PITC14, PITC9, PITC10, PITVE, PITC16, PITC1, PITC23(9) PITC2, PITC15, PITC3, PITC14, PITC9, PITVE, PITC1, PITC7, PITC23(9) 43
5 PO5 PITC2, PITC15, PITC14, PITC10, PITVE, PITC16, PITC1, PITC7, PITC23(9) PITC2, PITC15, PITC14, PITC9, PITC10, PITVE, PITC16, PITC1, PITC23(9) PITC2, PITC9, PITC10, PITVE, PITC1(5) PITC2, PITC15, PITC8 PITC3, PITC14, PITVE, PITC16, PITC1, PITC7(9) PITC8, PITVE, PITC16, PITC1, PITC23(5) 37
6 PO6 PITC15, PITC14, PITC10, PITVE, PITC16, PITC23(6) PITC15, PITC14, PITC9, PITC10, PITVE, PITC16, PITC1, PITC23(8) PITC2, PITC15, PITC9, PITVE, PITC16, PITC23(6) PITC15, PITC2, PITC3, PITC8, PITC14, PITC9, PITC10, PITVE , PITC1, PITC7, PITC23(11) PITC2, PITC15, PITC3, PITC14, PITC9, PITC10, PITVE, PITC23(8) 39
7 PO7 PITC2, PITC14, PITC9, PITVE, PITC23(5) PITC2, PITC3, PITC14, PITC9, PITC10, PITC1, PITC23(7) PITC2, PITC14, PITC10, PITC16, PITC7, PITC23(6) PITC3, PITC8, PITVE(3) PITC15, PITC8, PITC14, PITC9, PITC10, PITVE, PITC16, PITC23(8) 29
8 PO8 PITC2, PITC14, PITC10, PITC1, PITC7(5) PITC15, PITC14, PITVE, PITC1, PITC7(5) PITC2, PITC15, PITC9 PITC14, PITC10, PITVE, PITC16, PITC7 (8) PITC2, PITC15, PITC8, PITC14, PITC9, PITC10, PITVE, PITC16, PITC1, PITC7, PITC23(11) PITC10, PITVE, PITC16, PITC7(4) 35
9 PO9 PITC14, PITC9, PITC10, PITVE, PITC23(5) PITC2, PITC14, PITC9, PITVE(4) PITC8, PITC10, PITVE(3) PITC2, PITC15, PITC3, PITC8, PITC14, PITC9, PITVE, PITC23(8) PITC2, PITC15, PITC3, PITC8, PITC14, PITC9, PITC10, PITVE, PITC1, PITC23(10) 30
10 PO10 PITC2, PITC15, PITC8, PITC14, PITVE(5) PITC3, PITC8, PITVE(3) PITC2, PITC15, PITC3, PITC14, PITC9, PITC10(6) PITC2, PITC15, PITC3, PITC14, PITC9, PITC10, PITVE(7) PITC9, PITC23(2) 23
11 PO11 PITC3, PITC14, PITC16, PITC23(4) PITC2, PITC15, PITC3, PITC14, PITC9, PITC10, PITVE, PITC16, PITC1, PITC7(10) PITC15, PITC3, PITC8, PITC14, PITC1, PITC23(6) PITC2, PITC15, PITC3, PITC8, PITC14, PITC9, PITC10, PITC16, PITC1(9) PITC3, PITC8, PITC9, PITC10, PITC23(5) 34

Ranking of POs

PO no. PO detail Rank
PO1 To Acquire and analyze conceptual and technical knowledge of IT. 4
PO2 To Identify, define and permit analysis of problem solutions. 3
PO3 To distill salient points from assimilated information. 10
PO4 To find information, collect data, assess its relevance and reliability which is formulated and articulated, a problem & recommend / implanted solutions. 1
PO5 To inculcate divergent and convergent ways of thinking to adopt advancements in technology. 5
PO6 To evaluate personal performance as a member / leader of a team and act upon means of improvement for the advancement of knowledge & skills. 2
PO7 To present or to put forward ideas effectively to different groups (technical/general) of people in multiple format (oral, written, graphical, symbol). 9
PO8 To Understand that people from other discipline & backgrounds bring different skills/knowledge in inter or intra disciplinary problem solutions. 7
PO9 To discover solution that has positive impact on local & global societal levels. 8
PO10 To contribute on transfer of knowledge skills responsibility to community ensuring ethical principles. 11
PO11 To Acquire and adapt the advancement in Information Technology. 6

PEOs

  1. To Acquire and analyze conceptual and technical knowledge of IT.
  2. To Identify, define and permit analysis of problem solutions.
  3. To distill salient points from assimilated information.
  4. To find information, collect data, assess its relevance and reliability which is formulated and articulated, a problem & recommend / implanted solutions.
  5. To inculcate divergent and convergent ways of thinking to adopt advancements in technology.
  6. To evaluate personal performance as a member / leader of a team and act upon means of improvement for the advancement of knowledge & skills.
  7. To present or to put forward ideas effectively to different groups (technical/general) of people in multiple format (oral, written, graphical, symbol).
  8. To Understand that people from other discipline & backgrounds bring different skills/knowledge in inter or intra disciplinary problem solutions.
  9. To discover solution that has positive impact on local & global societal levels.
  10. To contribute on transfer of knowledge skills responsibility to community ensuring ethical principles.
  11. To Acquire and adapt the advancement in Information Technology.

Graduate Attributes (GAs)

 
  • Technical Knowledge: To apply knowledge of mathematics, computer fundamentals, and specialization to the solution of complex IT problems
  • Modern Tool Usage: To create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern IT tools for solution of problems
  • Individual & Team work: To indulged Problem solution at an individual level and in diverse teams in multi-disciplinary technologies
  • Project Management & Implementation: To Demonstrate skills to apply technologies in a different way to manage projects effectively
  • Life-long Learning: Recognize the needs for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technologies

Best Practices of the Computer Science & Information Department

The department of Computer science and Information technology undertakes number of qualitative improvement programmes for enhancement of holistic development, Awareness, Involvement and progression towards research, Field Trips, Guest Talks, Workshops, and Hands on training, summer schools, and educational tours. It helps students to have firsthand experience of advances in Science, skill enhancement and progression to higher studies.
The students learn many life skills through different activities outside the classroom including leadership, decision making, taking responsibility, commitment, teamwork and learning to organize and motivate.
Beyond curriculum programs & few of activities at our department are mentioned below:

  • Android Mobile Application
  • iOS Application Development
  • Developer Club
  • ATMIYA Collaborative Platform
  • Website of Central Library
  • Digitalization of student project management and tracking with Feedback.
  • Online Project Calendar, Submission and Evaluation System
  • Usage of ICT & Web 3.0 tools
  • Inculcating Value Based Education
  • Self-learning through MOOCs/NPTEL/SWAYAM
  • Membership with Oracle Academy
  • Usages of FOSS and Open Access Resources
  • Organization of Webinar
  • Knowledge Enlighten
  • Workshops and Expert Talks
  • Youth Festival (AVSAR)
  • Spiritual Tour ( 1st Week of Every January –“ Samayo”)
  • Vocational Program

Scope of M.Sc. (Chemistry) Program
After doing M.Sc. (Chemistry), one can opt for either further studies or take up various jobs and also take up internships as research assistants (JRF/SRF) to prepare for industrial demands.
Some of the most relevant further education programs after M.Sc. (Chemistry) includes:

  • M. Phil.
  • Ph.D.
  • MBA
  • B.Ed

Other than listed opportunities, one can always opt for civil service and other government sector employment exams after successful completion of B.Sc. (Chemistry) program.

In recent times, due to favourable governmental initiatives, opting for a start-up can be an excellent choice for graduates of B.Sc. (Chemistry) program.

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SEM 3     SEM 5
  Percentage TOTAL PASS FAIL       Percentage TOTAL PASS FAIL
AITS 27.27 99 27 72     AITS 49.66 147 73 74
GTU 17.54 2104 369 1735     GTU 38.90 2175 846 1329
 Rajkot Zone 20.88 819 171 648      Rajkot Zone 47.06 714 336 378
Ahmedabad Zone 16.30 411 67 364     Ahmedabad Zone 28.07 538 151 387
Surat Zone 17.98 645 80 365     Surat Zone 48.50 468 227 241
Vidyanagar Zone 14.38 160 23 137     Vidyanagar Zone 32.52 163 53 110
Gandhinagar Zone 10.41 269 28 241     Gandhinagar Zone 27.05 292 79 213
Faculty
Name
SR# Title Journal ISSN Volume Issue Page Month/Year First Author UGC Listed or Peer Reviewed Corresponding Author No of Co Authors Impact Factor
Dr. Parag
Shukla
1 Designing Of Ict Framework For E-Knowledge Based Hc Services International Journal of Computer Science and Management Research 2278-733X 1 5 1117-1121 Dec, 2012 NO Yes NO 3 NA
2 Usage Of Gis, Gps And Remote Sensing Data To Identify Effective And Optimum Route Of Development Projects Like Road, Train, And Canal For Better E-Governance. Indian Journal of Applied Research 2249-555X 3 3 61-62 Mar, 2013 YES Yes YES 1 NA
3 An Architecture For Efficient Data Retrieval Through Semantic Web. Indian Journal of Applied Research 2249-555X 3 4 81-83 April, 2013 NO Yes NO 3 NA
4 Application Of Artificial Neural Network In Metropolitan Landscape Water Eminence Assessment International Journal of Computer Engineering & Technology (IJCET) 0976-6367( PRINT)
0976-6375 (ONLINE)
4 2 623-631 April, 2013 NO Yes NO 3 6.13
5 Computer Based Human Gesture Recognition With Study Of Algorithms IOSR Journal of Computer Engineering (IOSR-JCE e-ISSN: 2278-0661,
p- ISSN: 2278-8727
11 2 41-50 May, 2013 NO Yes NO 3 3.7
6 An Emerging Trend Of Big Data For High Volume & Varieties Of Data To Search Of Agricultural Data Oriental Journal of Computer Science and Technology 0974-6471 8 2 Page No 164-169 August, 2015 YES Yes YES 2 NA
7 Nosql Databases : Big Data Characteristics And Comparison Of Traditional And Big Data Analytics Quest International Multidisciplinary Research Journal 2278-4497 4 11 Page No 106-110 Dec, 2015 NO Yes YES 1 6.89
8 Nosql Database : Cassandra Is A Better Option To Handle Big Data International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) 2319-7064 5 1 Page No 24-26 Jan, 2016 NO Yes YES 1 5.61
9 Authentication Framework In Forensic Science With Cloud Computing International Journal on Advances in Engineering Technology and Science e-ISSN: 2455-3131 2 1 Page No 7-11 Feb, 2016 NO Yes NO 1 NA
10 Migration From Relational Database Like Mysql To Nosql Database Like Cassandra Is Necessary And How To Migrate It Using Spark International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development 2456-6470 1 1 Page No 27-29 Dec, 2016 NO Yes YES 1 NA
11 Analyzing Varieties Of Structured, Semi-Structuredandunstructured Datausing Hiveql INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CREATIVE RESEARCH THOUGHTS 2320-2882 5 3 Page No 529-534 Sep, 2017 YES Yes YES 1 5.97
12 Classification, Clustering And Collaborative Filtering Techniques Of Machine Learning With The Example Of Spam Detection In Scala RESEARCH MATRIX 2321-7073 1 3 Page No 104-109 Oct, 2017 YES Yes NO 1 NA
13 Analyzing Varieties Of Agricultural Data Using
Big Data Tools Pig
Oriental Journal of Computer Science and Technology 0974-6471 10 4 Page No
810-816
Dec, 2017 NO Yes YES 1 NA
14 Big Data Analytics: What It Is And What It Isn’T, Characteristics, Classification, Challenges And Importance International Journal of Computer Engineering & Technology (IJCET) 0976-6367( PRINT)
0976-6375 (ONLINE)
8 6 Page No 60-66 Nov-Dec 2017 YES Yes YES 1 9.35
15 Coexistence, Trends And Comparative Study Between Traditional Relational Database Management System And Big Data International Journal of Engineering Science Invention (IJESI) ISSN (Online): 2319 – 6734,
ISSN (Print): 2319 – 6726
7 2 Page No
64-68
Feb, 2018 YES Yes YES 1 5.962
16 Status Of Agrochemicals In India And Major Export Opportunity International Journal of Chemical Studies P-ISSN: 2349–8528
E-ISSN: 2321–4902
6 3 Page No
1580-1584
April, 2018 YES Yes NO 1 NA
17 Analyzing Varieties Of Social Media Big Data Of Facebook Using R Programming Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research ISSN: 2349-5162 5 5 Page No
839-844
May, 2018 YES Yes YES 1 5.87
18 Analysis And Comparative Study Of 10 Years Cricket Sports Data Of Indian Premiere League (Ipl) Using R Programming International Journal of Computer Engineering & Technology (IJCET) 0976-6367( PRINT)
0976-6375 (ONLINE)
9 5 Page No
10-15
Sep-Oct, 2018 YES Yes YES 1 9.35
19 Study Of Artificial Intelligence Techniques To Permit The Automated Big Dataanalysis In Egovernance Projects To Promote Digitalization INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH PRINT ISSN No 2277 – 8179 8 4 Page No
1-3
April, 2019 NO Yes YES 1 NA
20 Information And Communications Technology Playing Key Role In Agriculture International Journal of Agriculture Sciences ISSN: 0975-3710
EISSN:0975-9107
11 10 Page No 8499-8501 May, 2019 YES Yes YES 1 NA
21 Strength, Weakness, Opportunity And Challenges In Agriculture Markets Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension, Economics & Sociology ISSN: 2320-7027 33 2 Page No 1-7 June, 2019 NO Yes YES 1 NA
Dr. Hetal Thaker 22 Analyzing Varieties Of Social Media Big Data Of Facebook Using R Programming Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research ISSN: 2349-5162 5 5 Page No
839-844
May, 2018 No Yes YES 1 5.87
23 Analysis And Comparative Study Of 10 Years Cricket Sports Data Of Indian Premiere League (Ipl) Using R Programming International Journal of Computer Engineering & Technology (IJCET) 0976-6367( PRINT)
0976-6375 (ONLINE)
9 5 Page No
10-15
Sep-Oct, 2018 No Yes NO 1 9.35
24 Classification and Recognition of Gujarati Numeral using Nearest Neighbour Approach International Journal of Scientific Research in Science, Engineering and Technology Print ISSN : 2395-1990, Online ISSN : 2394-4099 2 3 49-52 May-June, 2016 YES Yes YES 2 3.632
25 Study of Different Techniques to Reduce Congestion in Enterprise Network RESEARCH HUB – International Multidisciplinary Research Journal (RHIMRJ) 2349 – 7637 (Online) 3 5 49-52 42491 No Yes No 2 3.49
26 Structural Feature Extraction to recognize some of the Offline isolated Handwritten Gujarati Characters using Decision Tree Classifier International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA) 0975-8887 99 15 46-50 August, 2014 YES Yes Yes 1 0.715
27 Analysis of structural features and classification of Gujarati consonants for offline character recognition International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications (IJSRP), 2250-3153 4 8   August,2014 YES Yes Yes 1 2.04
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