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Department of Computer Engineering welcomes young aspirants around the globe to shape their career by undertaking various courses offered by the department. We are a growing department with an outstanding faculty, keeping pace with the rapid proliferation of, and advance in, computing and information technology. Our commitments to quality undergraduate teaching provide a solid foundation for those seeking to become well-prepared, talented, and indispensable computing professionals.

The Department offers a course on Bachelors degree in Computer Engineering since the inception of the institute. The course is approved by AICTE and affiliated to Gujarat Technological University with an intake of 120. The department also offers a course on Masters Degree with an intake of 18.

The Department provides world class infrastructure with state of the art Computer labs equipped with latest software. The department also takes the pride of being the only department in whole of Gujarat with Sun Solaris Research lab.

About the Department

  • 2000 Established with an intake of 60 students.
  • 2002 Intake was increased to 120 students.
  • The department had signed MOU with IBM, TCS, HCL, Red Hat, Cisco, Cybercure, IETE and other reputed organization for academic & Industrial advantages.

Best Practices At Department

  • Course Plan, Lecture notes, Laboratory manuals, Tutorials & Assignments.
  • Use of AV aids & digital media.
  • Use of VSAT for Expert & Guest Lectures.
  • Student centric approach in teaching.
  • Academic freedom to faculties for implementing innovative ideas in teaching learning methodologies & Research for student perspective
  • Certifications of International recognition such as CCNA, IBM RAD, RHCP etc. conducted under Career Academy.
  • Regular Quality assessment through Weekly test, Mid-Semester exams & Pre-university exams.
  • Project Work and Industrial Exposure for practical knowledge enhancement.

Department Exclusive

  • First Sun Solaris Lab in Gujarat with SunFire 280R Server, 2 Workstations and 15 thin clients.
  • Sun Ray 280R Features
  • Two High-Performance 1.2 Ghz Ultrasparc Processor  Rack AssemblyFront Accessible.
  • Hot-Swap.
  • Remote Management.

Mission

The Department of Computer Engineering strives to prepare students for professional career and higher studies by providing conducive teaching learning and research environment; and entrepreneurship with leadership skills, enabling them to serve the computing profession and the society.

 

Vision

To empower the students of Computer Engineering Department to be technologically adept, innovative, self-motivated and responsible global citizens possessing human values and contribute significantly towards high quality computer education in the dynamic global environment.

 

Values

In today’s world “computer revolution” impact significantly on personal human life, society and nature as well in both good and bad ways. Many of the computer field developed very well but also need some ethics for good impact on society. So our mission is to prepare the today’s engineer with skilled and values for better future and more responsible towards society.

The educational objectives of Computer Engineering Program are to produce graduates who are able to:

  • Practice as computing professionals, conducting research and/or leading, designing, developing, or maintaining projects in various technical areas
  • Apply the ethical and social aspects of modern computing technology to the design, development, and usage of computing artifacts; and,
  • Enhance their skills and embrace new computing technologies through self-directed professional development and post-graduate training or education.

The educational objectives of Computer Engineering Program are to produce graduates who are able to:

  • Practice as computing professionals, conducting research and/or leading, designing, developing, or maintaining projects in various technical areas
  • Apply the ethical and social aspects of modern computing technology to the design, development, and usage of computing artifacts; and,
  • Enhance their skills and embrace new computing technologies through self-directed professional development and post-graduate training or education.

Career in CE is considered one of the most high-paying jobs and is full of opportunities; particularly when India’s prowess in information technology industry is recognized across the globe.

The pool of talented computer engineers working in IT companies of the USA and Canada shows that IT can take a person to higher levels. Numerous IT companies from India employ huge number of computer professionals in their Indian and overseas office.

Sr.

Name of Faculty

Designation

Educational Qualification

Specialization

Experience

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1 Tosal M. Bhalodia Assistant Professor M.E. (C.E.) .NET Programming

Wireless Sensor Network,

Cryptography & Network Security,

python Programming

7 years
2 Kruti N. Khalpada Assistant Professor M.E. (C.E.) Operating systems, Database management systems, Information security, Swarm intelligence 7 years
3 Nirali C. Varnagar Assistant Professor M.E. (C.E.) Web Mining,

Content Recommendation System ,

Semantic Web,

JAVA Programming

6.3 years
4 Debalina A. Nandy Assistant Professor M.Tech (C.S.E) Image Processing & Pattern Recognition, Data Mining and warehousing, Artificial Intelligence 8 years
5 Pooja P. Vasani Assistant Professor M.Tech(Software Systems) Cloud Computing 8.5 Years
6 Sheetal J. Nagar Assistant Professor M.E. (C.E.) Networking

Data Structure

10.5 years
7 Ankit K.Kalariya Assistant Professor M.Tech. (CSE) Image Processing 8.2 Years
8 Chhaya C. Patel Assistant Professor M.E. (CE) Machine Learning

Image Processing & Multicore Programming

9.5 Years
9 Pratikkumar B. Chauhan Assistant Professor M.Tech. (CE) Algorithm & Web Mining 6 years
10 Jaydeep R. Tadhani Assistant Professor M. E. (C.E.) Image Processing, Network Security

Cyber Security

7.6 years
11 Rupal J. Shilu Assistant Professor M. E. (C.E.) Data Mining 3 years
12 Dharmesh J. Bhalodiya Assistant Professor M.Tech (C.E.) High Performance Computing, Data Mining 6 Years
13 Sadhana V. Sorathiya Assistant Professor M.Tech (C.E.) Distributed system ,

Image Processing

2 years
14 Nirali P. Borad Assistant Professor M. E. (C.E.) Cloud Computing and security 1.5 years
15 Sachi N. Shah Assistant Professor M. E. (C.E.) Cyber Security,

Network Security,

Wireless Network

2.3 Years
16 Rajesh H. Davda Assistant Professor M. Tech.(C.E.) Data Structure,

Object Oriented Programming,

Cryptography

Image Processing

11 Years
17 Pooja V. Kalola Assistant Professor M. Tech. (I.T.) Wireless Network,Java Programming,

Web Spoofing

8.5 years
18 Dhatri P. Ganda Assistant Professor M. E. (C.E.) Data Mining 2.5 years
19 Rachana R. Buch Assistant Professor M. E. (C.E.) Wireless Network 2 years
  • 6th semester Computer Engineering Students “Innovative Group” got 5th Rank in Smart India Hackathon 2017 which is held at Hyderabad on 1st and 2nd april 2017.

  • 6th semester Computer Engineering Students got 2nd Rank in Design Demo Day 2017 held at GTU,Chandkheda on 7th April 2017.

  • Mr.Atul Sharma (8th semester Student) got 50,000 Cash Prize from Rajkot Municipal Corporation for Smart Dustbin Project.
  • Ms Urja Parekh (4th Semester Student) got 2nd Rank in Elocution Competition at GTU Youth Festival 2016.
Sr.

Name of Activity

Objective

Semester

1

Final Year Project Fair

8th sem

2

Design Engineering Project Fair

4th sem

3

Career Guidance on Aptitude Test

4

Sodh Yatra

How to decide good and effective project in various domain

7th sem

5

ISTE Mathematical Competition

6

D-code

C and C++ language event

4th sem

7

OSTC exam

C language online exam concluded by IIT, Mumbai

2nd& 4th sem

8

Project Wallet

Design Digital wallet

3rd Sem

9

Group Discussion

Informal Exchange of knowledge, ideas and perception among the participates on any issue, topic or sub topic

5th& 7th

10

Webbers Club

Full preparation is half success”

We are trying to prepare students industry ready.

Whenever and wherever the students get into industry, he/she should be able to adapt the environment immediately without any difficulties

3rd &8th sem

11

Android Club

To understand the best practice in the mobile development field

7th&6th sem

Sr No. Name Author Title of Paper Name of journal/Conference Year Link of Full Paper
1 Prof. Tosal M. Bhalodia Comparative Study of Security
Risk in Social Networking
and Awareness to Individual
Cyber Security.
Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing ,
vol 729. Springer, Singapore
2018 https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-981-10-8536-9_21
2 Prof. Rajesh Davda Analysis of Various Methods to Modify AODV Routing Protocol in Mobile Adhoc Network IJSER 2018
3 Prof. Pratik Chauhan Survey of Web Usage Mining Techniques for Web-based Recommendations Internation Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development 2018 http://www.ijaerd.com/papers/finished_papers/Survey%20of%20Web%20Usage%20Mining%20Techniques%20for%20Web-based%20Recommendations-IJAERDV05I0228104.pdf
4 Prof. Sachi shah A COMPARITIVE ANALYSIS OF OLSR ROUTING OVER MANET : A SURVEY International Conference on Electrical, Electronics, Computers, Communication, Mechanical and Computing (EECCMC),Priyadarshini Engineering College, Chettiyappanur, Vaniyambadi – 635751, Vellore District, Tamil Nadu, India. 2018
5 Dhatri Ganda A Survey on Multi Label Classification STM Jornals 2018 http://computers.stmjournals.com/index.php?journal=RTPL&page=article&op=view&path%5B%5D=1585
6 Rachana R. Buch A Survey on Multi Label Classification STM Jornals 2018 http://computers.stmjournals.com/index.php?journal=RTPL&page=article&op=view&path%5B%5D=1585
7 Prof. Tosal M. Bhalodia Security Challenges in Big Data National Conference (LTNCS-17) 2017
8 Prof. Tosal M. Bhalodia Security Problems and Encounters in Physical system National Conference (LTNCS-17) 2017
9 Prof. Tosal M. Bhalodia Deliberative Study of Security
Issues in Cloud Computing
Big Data Analytics.
Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing,
vol 654. Springer, Singapore
2017 https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-981-10-6620-7_62
10 Prof. Tosal M. Bhalodia A Comprehensive Analysis of various Techniques used for Sentiment Classification International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development (IJAERD) 2017 http://ijaerd.com/papers/finished_papers/A%20Comprehensive%20Analysis%20of%20various%20techniques%20used%20for%20Sentiment%20Classification-IJAERDV04I0450991.pdf
11 Prof. Debalina A Nandy Security Challenges in Big Data National Conference (LTNCS-17) 2017
12 Prof. Debalina A Nandy Security Problems and Encounters in Physical system National Conference (LTNCS-17) 2017
13 Prof. Sheetal J. Nagar A Cross-Layer based MAC Mechanism for MANET International journal of universal science and technology (IJUST) 2017
14 Prof. Rajesh Davda A Review of Quantifying Contradiction Intensity Techniques in Sentiment Analysis 4ICMRP-2017 2017 http://www.rsisinternational.org/conference/4ICMRP2017/papers/92-94.pdf
15 Prof. Rajesh Davda A Research on Ad Hoc Networking: Current Activity and Future Directions IJSRD 2017 http://ijsrd.com/Article.php?manuscript=IJSRDV5I10713
16 Prof. Rajesh Davda Symmetric and Asymmetric Key Cryptographic Algorithms: Survey Inveti Rapid-
Information Security
2017 http://inventi.in/journal/article/rapid/92/22122/information-security/h
17 Prof. Rajesh Davda A Survey : Cloud Computing Challenges and Security Issues IJMTER 2017 https://www.ijmter.com/published-papers/volume-4/issue-3/a-survey-cloud-computing-challenges-security-issues/
18 Prof. Pooja V. Kalola World of Cyber Security and Cybercrime STM Jornals 2017 http://computers.stmjournals.com/index.php?journal=RTPL&page=issue&op=view&path%5B%5D=209
19 Dharmesh J. Bhalodiya Strategies to implements Design Thinning Into an Engineering Curriculum & Measurements of its effectiveness International Conference on Design Thinking “infusing Design Thinking on Engineers mindsets across industries and Building a Spine of Design Engineering course in Academia 2017
20 Prof. Jaydeep R. Tadhani A secure and Efficiency Image Steganography Approach using DCT, LSB and Edge Detection Technique NCRTEMPAS 2017
21 Prof. Jaydeep R. Tadhani A novel Image Enhancement Technique for Archaeological Informative Function Mapping Based on Pixel Based Image Fusion NCRTEMPAS 2017
22 Prof. Dhatri Ganda World of Cyber Security and Cybercrime STM Jornals 2017 http://computers.stmjournals.com/index.php?journal=RTPL&page=issue&op=view&path%5B%5D=209
23 Prof. Nirali Borad World of Cyber Security and Cybercrime STM Jornals 2017 http://computers.stmjournals.com/index.php?journal=RTPL&page=issue&op=view&path%5B%5D=209
24 Prof. Rachana R. Buch World of Cyber Security and Cybercrime STM Jornals 2017 http://computers.stmjournals.com/index.php?journal=RTPL&page=issue&op=view&path%5B%5D=209
25 Prof. Tosal M. Bhalodia An Enhanced Congestion Control
with Bit Error Identification for
TCP-Vegas
IJESC 2016 http://ijesc.org/upload/856fe6529034b1733416d504ffddff2d.An%20Enhanced%20Congestion%20Control%20with%20Bit%20Error%20Identification%20for%20TCP%20Vegas.pdf
26 Prof. Debalina A Nandy Survey on Cyber Threats and Management Policis International Journal of Science Research and Technology 2016
27 Prof. Debalina A Nandy Duck Duck go Vs. Google search Engine International Journal of Science Research and Technology 2016
28 Prof. Dharmesh J. Bhalodiya Mining High Utility Itemset Using Graphics Processor Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing (SPRINGER) 2016
29 Prof. Jaydeep R. Tadhani Comparitive Study of Cyber Security Attacks NOBCON 2016
30 Prof. Sachi shah A Trust-Based Scheme against Packet Dropping
Attacks in MANETs
2nd International Conference on Applied and Theoretical Computing and Communication Technology (iCATccT),SJB INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY,BEGALURU,KIARNATAKA,INDIA 2016 https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/abstract/document/7911967
31 Prof. Sachi shah Recent Research on Wireless Body Area Networks: A Survey International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA),Volume 142 – No.11 2016 https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/fced/5863f6ae1126ab79b08fd335c07e467bc1ca.pdf
32 Prof. Nirali Borad A Review on: Multi-Agent System for Multi-Keyword Search and Blind Storage IJSER 2016
33 Prof. Rachana R. Buch An Augmentation of TCP for Competency Enlargement in MANET International Conference On Futuristic Trends in Engineering, Science, Humanities, and Technology FTESHT-16 2016 http://troindia.in/proceeding/VOL-3.pdf#page=85
34 Prof. Debalina A Nandy LI-FI :Light Fidelity – A critical Technical Study International Conference 2016
35 Prof. Sheetal J. Nagar Review On Protocol For Unified Multicasting Through
Announcements In Mobile Adhoc Network
International journal of universal science and technology (IJUST) 2015
36 Prof. Chhaya Patel A Review on Image Compression in Parallel using CUDA International Journal of Engineering Research and Development 2015 https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/A-Review-on-Image-Compression-in-Parallel-using-Vekariya-Patel/b0b4504a6f8bf54dfabc9788ae4ed83c22fb8ef8
37 Prof. Rajesh Davda A Review on Cache Memory with Multiprocessor System IJMTER 2015 https://www.ijmter.com/published-papers/volume-2/issue-7/a-review-on-cache-memory-with-multiprocessor-system/
38 Prof. Ankit K. Kalariya Digital image watermarking using DWT based DCT technique Elixir International Journals 2015 No Link
39 Prof. Rupal Shilu A Hybrid Recommender System In Ecommerce Using Custered Content Boosted Collaborative Filtering Journal Of Information, Knowledge And Research In Computer Engineering 2015 http://www.ejournal.aessangli.in/ASEEJournals/CE122.pdf
40 Prof. Sachi shah A Survey of Various Approaches to Detect
Selfishness in Wireless Ad-hoc Networks
International Conference On Green Computing And Internet Of Things (Icgclot),Gcet,Greater Noida,Delhi,India 2015 https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/abstract/document/7380540
Sr. No. Name of Faculty Type of Participation
[ FDP / Seminar / Workshop / Other ]
Title of Participation Duration Year Place
1 Debalina Nandy STTP Android App Development 30th – 4th May 2018 Darshan Engineering College
2 Chhaya Patel Workshop Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning 01-02 June 2018 Marwadi University
3 Chhaya Patel Workshop Neural Network Deployment with DIGITS 03/Jun 2018 Marwadi University
4 Pratik Chauhan STTP Android App Development 30th -4th May 2018 Darshan Engineering College
5 Ankit K Kalariya STTP Android and Laravel 24 – 28 April 2018 Darshan Engineering College
6 Dharmesh Bhalodiya Workshop Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning 01-02 June 2018 Marwadi University
7 Dharmesh Bhalodiya Workshop Neural Network Deployment with DIGITS 03/Jun 2018 Marwadi University
8 Dhatri ganda FDP Database Design And Programming with sql 27 – 31Aug 2018 VVP Engineering college
9 Sachi Shah FDP Workshop on “IEEE Xplore Digital Library Awareness” 28th Sept 2018 Atmiya institute of tchnology & science
10 Sheetal J. Nagar Workshop Workshop on “IEEE Xplore Digital Library Awareness” 09/Feb 2017 Atmiya institute of tchnology & science
11 Dhatri ganda STTP Recent Trends in Data mining and network seurity 4 – 8 Dec 2017 VVP Engineering college
12 Sachi Shah STTP Recent Trends in Data mining and Network Seurity 4 – 8 Dec 2017 VVP Engineering college
13 Rachana Buch STTP Recent Trends in Data mining and network seurity 4 – 8 Dec 2017 VVP Engineering college
14 Tosal Bhalodia STTP Big Data Analytics with Hadoop, IoT & Python 12th -16th Dec 2016 Darshan Engineering College
15 Tosal Bhalodia seminar seminar on IOT 03/Mar 2016 Atmiya institute of tchnology & science
16 Tosal Bhalodia FDP Collbation with IT Company 11th & 12th June 2016 B. H. Gardi College of Engineering
17 Debalina Nandy STTP Big Data Analytics with Hadoop, IoT & Python 12th -16th Dec 2016 Darshan Engineering College
18 Debalina Nandy seminar seminar on IOT 03/Mar 2016 Atmiya institute of tchnology & science
19 Sheetal J. Nagar Seminar Seminar on “Internet of Things” 29 Feb 2016 Atmiya institute of tchnology & science
20 Nirali Varnagar Seminar Internet of Things (Organized by GTU and CDAC) 03/Mar 2016 Atmiya institute of tchnology & science

Expert Talk on Cyber Security

The Internet is a technological game-changer, but it has its dangers too, especially for young minds, who are most vulnerable to it. Pornography, indoctrination to violent cults, addiction to life-threatening games such as the Blue Whale Challenge are only a few of the many darker aspects of the World Wide Web. In order to to generate awareness among the youth to stay safe and secure on the Web, the Department of Computer Engineering at AITS organized an Expert Talk on Cyber Crime and Cyber Law on 3rd February 2018. The session was conducted by Shri Akash Mehta and Shri Sujith, who gave valuable tips on the safe usage of Digital Devices and maintaining Cyber Hygiene.

#CE #CyberCrime #CyberSecurity #AITS

Alumni Talk

It always feels good when an alumnus returns to share his/her experiences and success stories with others. Sangat Vaidya, one of our many successful alumni, completed her BE in 2014. She secured an All India Rank of 590 in GATE 2014, subsequently completing her M.Tech from NIT Calicut. She is currently she is doing her Ph. D. at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. She spoke about the various aspects of preparation of exams such as GATE, GRE and TOEFL. Around 120 students from the 6th semester of the Department of Computer Engineering attended this session.

Cloud Computing Seminar

Expert Lecture on Drive into Object Orientation

Expert Lecture on Hardware and Networking

Expert Lecture on Multimedia and Graphics

Design Demo Day – (3rd and 5th Semester)

Date: 6th & 8th October – 2018

Computer Department of AITS, arranged ‘Design Engineering -I-A & II-A Design Demo Day (Project Exhibition)’ on 6th and 8th October, 2018. Total 292 students from our computer department had participated in this fair with all enthusiasm. Main aim of this kind of Exhibition/fair is to build confidence in students. They feel pride that their work is appreciated by others. By suggestions from other than their guide helped for future projects either of master or certain other government sponsored.

WINTER PROJECT FAIR 2018

Date: 29th September, 2018

Winter project fair organized to showcase projects of 7th semester students. Such an encouraging activity, students got really motivated by Principal sir, HOD’s and all the faculty members. By presenting their project, they got highly motivated and encouraged.

Webbers Club: Expert Session on Basics of HTML5 and Introduction to Bootstrap

Date: 26th July 2018

Inside Webbers club where students were taught to design and develop meaningful Front end framework that can be useful in effective web designing (UI). The students also learned new HTML5 tags and how Bootstrap framework beneficial to them. We have created several web pages to understand basics of Bootstrap. The Webbers club activities are managed by Prof. Tosal Bhalodia (H.O.D Computer Department) and Conducted by Webber club coordinators Prof. Nirali Varngar and Prof. Dharmesh Bhalodia.

Session conducted by Webber club coordinators Prof.Nirali Varngar and Prof.Dharmesh Bhalodia.

Cyber Security Club Event: Session of Password Cracking in Linux and Windows

Date: 21st July 2018

Made by the students for the students, Cyber Security Club aims to unite in one place, all about the Cyber Security and related technologies.
Cyber Security Club is everyone’s; anyone who wants to collaborate with what they know is welcome. The Cyber Security club activities are conducted and managed by Prof. Tosal M. Bhalodia (Head of Computer Engineering Department). The faculty coordinators for Cyber Security club are Prof. Tadhani Jaydeep, Prof Rachana Buch, Prof. Nirali Borad. The student coordinators for Cyber Security club are Siraja Meet, Sumit Zungi, Viranya Shah, Dhaval Trivedi.

Session delivered by Prof. Jaydeep Tadhani.

Python Club Event: Workshop on Basics of Python

Date: 14th July 2018

Made by the students for the students, Python Club aims to unite in one place, all about the Python language and related technologies.
Python Club is everyone’s; anyone who wants to collaborate with what they know is welcome. Like Python, everything and everyone is free. Feel free to share your knowledge and experience.
The python club activities are conducted and managed by Prof. Tosal M. Bhalodia (Head of Computer Engineering Department). The faculty coordinators for python club are Prof. Rajesh Davda, Prof. Chhaya Patel, Prof. Ankit Kalariya. The student coordinators for python club are Rahul Vansh, Kevin Jadia, Tarang Ranpara, Devansh Choudaha.
Contents delivered by student coordinators.

Android Club: Workshop on Basics of Android

Date: 27th – 28th June 2018

Inside Android club where students were taught to design and develop meaningful android application that can be utilized in real environment. The students also shared their knowledge about new improvements or updates in android platform if encountered by them.

Android has been the best-selling OS worldwide on smart phones since 2011 and on tablets since 2013. As of May 2017, it has over two billion monthly active users, the largest installed base of any operating system, and as of June 2018, the Google Play store features over 3.3 million apps.

The Android club activities are conducted and managed by Prof. Tosal M. Bhalodia (Head of Computer Engineering Department). The faculty coordinators for Android club are Prof. Foram K Kalyani, Prof. Pooja V kalola, Prof. Pratik B chauhan.

The “basic of android” workshop aimed at designing and building the Apps using various android concepts. It encompassed latest technical areas to develop the Apps that are the current requirement of the industry.

It was conducted by Abhishek poojara who gave a technical knowledge of android.

Scroll Ply Web Structure Resume Workshop 2018

Duration: 23rd – 24th March – 2018

The scroll ply web structure resume workshop aimed at designing and building the online resume using JavaScript and parallax. It encompassed latest technical areas to develop the CV that is the current requirement of the industry. Expert Abhishek poojara taught developing the web page using scroll ply and parallax

Alumni expert talk on “How to prepare for higher Education”

Date: 16th January 2018

It always feels good when an alumnus returns to share his/her experiences and success stories with others. Ms. Sangat Vaidya, one of our many successful alumni, completed her BE in 2014. She secured an All India Rank of 590 in GATE 2014, subsequently completing her M.Tech from NIT Calicut. She is currently she is doing her Ph. D. at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. She spoke about the various aspects of preparation of exams such as GATE, GRE and TOEFL. Around 120 students from the 6th semester of the Department of Computer Engineering attended this session.

Year Enroll No Name DP Title GuideName
2017-2019 170030702016 Wala Radhika Anirudh Improvements In Pharmacovigilance For Recognizing Adr Using Social Media Prof. Pratik B. Chauhan
170030702002 Gusani Snehal Girishbhai Speech Recognition For Regional Language Using Neural Network Prof. Chhaya C. Patel
170030702011 Patel Karankumar Dilipbhai A Novel Approach For Enhanced Load Balancing In Cloud Computing Environmen Prof. Tosal M. Bhalodiya
170030702010 Pandya Riddhi Hasmukhrai A Novel Approach For Prediction Of Indian Election Result By Sentiment Analysis Prof. Debalina A Nandi
170030702015 Kirti Bharatbhai Vaghela Prediction Of Cellular Localization On Site By Using Data Mining Techniques Prof. Dharmesh J. Bhalodiya
170030702009 Tejas Pala Improve Object Detection Process Using Convolution Neural Network. Prof. Dharmesh J. Bhalodiya
170030702004 Twinkleba Jadeja Tcp Based Ack Thinning Scheme For Wireless Adhoc Networks Prof. Tosal M. Bhalodiya
170030702005 Kathiriya Urvashi G. Managing Rdf Graph Using Indexing Solution With Map-Reduce Based Algorithm In Big Data Prof. Jaydeep R. Tadhani
170030702008 Dhara Mehta Advanced Semantic Algorithm For Web Page Recommendation Prof. Nirali C. Varnagar
170030702007 Makvana Punamben Keshavdas Enhance Transport Layer Congestion Avoidance Mechanism By Reduce Rto Over Wireless Network Prof. Shital J. Nagar
170030702013 Gautami Thaker Efficient Way To Classify Videos Using Deep Neural Network Prof. Ankit K. Kalariya
2016-2018 160030702001 Akbari Priyal Jayantibhai Efficient Way Of Analyse Partial Periodic Frequent Pattern In Data Mining Prof. Debalina A. Nandi
160030702002 Dave Mansi Bhaskarrai Improving Web Based Recommendation Using Effective Collaborative Filtering Techniques Prof. Pratik C. Chauhan
160030702003 Dhameliya Khushaliben Mukeshbhai Proficient Approach For Regression Test Using Automation In Selenium With Agile Methodology Prof. Dhaval M. Nimavat
160030702004 Faldu Sweetuben Dineshkumar An Enhance Approach Of Modified Mac Using Energy & Latency Factor In Wireless Sensor Network. Prof. Tosal M. Bhalodia
160030702006 Gianchandani Rachana Hemu A Novel Approach To Estimate Contradiction Intensity In Microblog Prof. Rajesh H. Davda
160030702007 Gohel Milan Narendra Improved Efim Algorithm To Efficiency Mine High Utility Itemset Prof. Sheetal J. Nagar
160030702012 Neha Shukla Performance Enhancement Of Olsr Routing Using Multipath Mechanism Over Manet Prof. Chhaya C. Patel
160030702008 Jivani Jay Arunbhai Iot Based Dynamic Path Generation For Garbage Collection System Using Hybrid Approach Prof. Ankitk. Kalariya
160030702010 Kalola Soniya Girdharbhai Implementing Aodv With Reduced Range That Reduce Degrading Effect Of Broadcast Storm Problem Prof. Rajesh H. Davda
160030702013 Parmar Shanti Bhimabhai Detection And Classification Of Brain Tumor In Mri Images Using Segmentation And Svm Classifier Prof. Nirali B. Gondalia
160030702014 Ratanghayra Manshi Harsukhlal Authentication And Access Control For Multi Keyword Ranked Search Over Encrypted Mobile Cloud Data Prof. Dhaval M. Nimavat
160030702015 Unadkat Tanvi Vipulbhai An Efficient Recommendation Engine Using Personal User Behaviour Analysis Prof. Dharmesh J. Bhalodiya
160030702011 Mehta Charmi Padmakantbhai Improvisation Of Feature Opinion Extraction On Big Data Prof. Dharmesh J. Bhalodiya
160030702005 Ghelani Pooja Hareshbhai Efficient Opinion Spam Detection Using Identifying Behavior Features Prof. Tosal M. Bhalodiya
160030702016 Vachhani Savan Kiritkumar Iot Based Improved Dynamic Parking Lot Allocation System (Dpas) Using Hybrid Algorithm Prof. Dhaval M. Nimavat

Background

Academic Expansion from 1988 Onwards.

  • 1988

    Sarvoday Kelavani Samaj has been given responsibility of handling the academics.

    Sarvoday Kelavani Samaj has been given responsibility of handling the academics.

    January 2, 1988
    Sarvoday Kelavani Samaj has been given responsibility of handling the academics.
  • 1988

    Commencement of Self Finance.

    Commencement of Self Finance.

    January 28, 1988
    Commencement of Self Finance.
  • 2000

    Science Programs and Management Program.

    Science Programs and Management Program.

    January 28, 2000
    Science Programs and Management Program.
  • 2000

    Commencement of Engineeriing Program.

    Commencement of Engineeriing Program.

    January 28, 2000
    Commencement of Engineeriing Program.
  • 2005

    Few Polytechnique Courses and Pharmacy Programs.

    Few Polytechnique Courses and Pharmacy Programs.

    January 28, 2005
    Few Polytechnique Courses and Pharmacy Programs.
  • 2007

    Commencement of MBA & MCA Program.

    Commencement of MBA & MCA Program.

    January 28, 2007
    Commencement of MBA & MCA Program.
  • 2018

    Establishment of ATMIYA UNIVERSITY

    Establishment of ATMIYA UNIVERSITY

    January 28, 2018
    Establishment of ATMIYA UNIVERSITY

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