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Welcome to CSE Department

Welcome to CSE Department

Welcome to CSE Department

Welcome to CSE Department

Welcome to CSE Department

About Department

The department of CSE was established in 2001 with an intake of 60 students in the UG Programme. Right from its inception it is continuously striving to impart quality education and competitive spirit among students for academic excellence. The present intake in B. Tech is 240,M.Tech(CSE) is 60 & M.Tech(CS) is 18. The department has introduced two P.G. Programs CSE & CS in the year 2007 & 2011 respectively.

The department is equipped with the state of the art computing facilities and experienced staff members and is known for its academic excellence proved by its performances since its inception. The Department also has audio-visual facilities with one LCD and Two OHP’s for effective teaching. The staff members are deputed to participate in workshops, Conferences and refreshers courses to keep in place with recent developments in the field of Computer Science & Engineering.

A good number of students from the department obtained admissions into M.S.(Computer Science) Program abroad . Many of the students were placed in reputed organizations like HP, Texas Instruments, Motorola, Lucent, Wipro, HCL, Siemens, VERITAS, Oracle, Honeywell, Mind tree Solutions, Infosys, Aztec in challenging positions. Students are encouraged to participate in extra-curricular activities and competitions held by other universities and colleges within the state and out-side the state. The students have won laurels to the college winning prizes in competitions – LBRCE,SV University,NITW


To generate Competent Professionals to become part of the Industry and Research Organizations at the National and International levels.



  • To train the students to have in-depth knowledge of the subjects in the field of Computer Science and Engineering
  • To train the students with leadership qualities, team work skills, commitment and ethics thereby making them develop confidence for R & D activities and for placement in multinational and national

Long Term Goals

  • To encourage research activities in the department.
  • To establish centre-of-excellence for research in computer Science.
  • To establish and strengthen Industry-Institute interaction and be industry solution providers.
  • To take up sponsored projects from private and government organizations.
  • To have more number of publications and patents in the emerging areas of Computer Science
  • To create better entrepreneurs in the area of Computer Science and Engineering.

Short Term Goals

  • To strengthen the department infrastructure and human resources.
  • To conduct faculty development programmes regularly for skill up gradation.
  • To conduct programmes for students to acquire soft and hard skills and inculcate leadership qualities, research orientation and technical skills.
  • To conduct continuing education programs and workshops/ conferences for knowledge sharing with outside world.
  • To improve academic performance of students using innovative and creative methods of teaching.

Quality Policy

Department of Computer Science and Engineering strives to ensure quality education as a leader in the Computer Science and Engineering Education by continuously improving academic inputs and educational excellence.

Prominent Features

  • Accredited by National Board of Accreditation
  • Well qualified and experienced faculty.
  • Six computer centers with latest systems and high speed internet facility with 10 mbps.
  • Department Library
  • FACE The CSE Students Association.
  • ANURAG-CSI Chapter
  • The Department entered into MOUs with Infosys, Wipro, IEG, SAP, Birlasoft, Oracle, Co-Cubes, Aspiring Minds, Globarena, NIS and Campus Classle & IUCEE etc., to provide high quality training in latest cutting edge technologies.


The Department has several well equipped laboratories catering to the needs of not only the CSE students but also students from other departments. The present infrastructure is excellent to carry out research and other academic work by UG and PG students.The department 300 modern Pentium-IV Systems which are connected through Local Area Network (LAN).

Major facilities in different laboratories are listed below:

LabConfigurationNo. of SystemsPurpose
ComputerLab -1Intel Core2Duo 2.4GHz Processor, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD64IV B. Tech Lab Requirements
ComputerLab- 2Intel Dual Core E8500 3.20GHz,320GB HDD,2GB RAM,HP 17” MONITAR72III B. Tech Lab Requirements
ComputerLab -3Pentium Dual Core 1.80ghz,80GB HDD,1gb RAM,ACER 17” Monitor50II B. Tech Lab Requirements
ComputeLab -4Pentium Dual Core 2.66GHz ,80GB HDD,512 MB RAM18M. Tech Course Lab
ComputeLab -5Pentium Dual Core 1.80ghz,80GB HDD,1gb RAM30IT Workshop Lab
ComputeLab -6Pentium Dual Core 2.66 GHz ,320GB HDD,1GB RAM,HP LCD MONITER60I B.TECH Course Lab

Mr.G.Srinivas Rao

Words from HOD

I congratulate all the students, who opted for Computer Science and Engineering branch.Engineering is a human activity aimed at creating new artifacts, algorithms, processes and systems that provide services to humans. An Engineering seeks to create something that never existed. It is a privilege in anyone’s career to embark on engineering education.

Computer Science and Engineering is a one of the evolving, Innovating and emerging, broadest engineering discipline. It deals with human interaction with computers, software’s and networks with internet activities to make the communication process possible globally through World Wide Web.

Computer Science Engineers are involved in creating high end technologies to bring the universe to the foot of individual at glance. They are driving force behind any organization to extend the business online through out the world in simplified fashion.

Department is having Excellent Labs with latest configuration systems and Unlimited Internet facility,such that student can explore their knowledge and skills to International industry standard.Above all the project work give edge to the students to elaborate their problem solving and programming skills to mould the application to the industry standard.So that student can easily get acquainted in to the industry.

Achievements of HOD:

R&D-Mining Weighted Association rules with out  pre assigned weights,Cloud Computing
No. of Publications-1
Teaching Award
Conference/Seminars-Organized Two national Paper Presentation Contests and One State Level Paper Presentation Contest
Extra Curricular activities-Involved in various Social activities like Blood Donation Camps, plantation of trees on the occasion of National Festivals etc.,


ProgramsLeading to… DurationIntake
B.Tech Programs
Computer Science and EngineeringB.Tech (CSE)4Years180
M.Tech Programs
Computer Science and EngineeringM.Tech. (CSE) 2Years36

Program Educational Objectives

CSE  graduates will be able to

PEO I : Excel in professional career and/or higher education by acquiring knowledge in mathematical, computing and engineering principles

PEO II : Be able to analyse the requirements of the software, understand the technical specifications, design and provide novel engineering solutions and efficient product designs.

PEO III : Adopt to professionalism, ethical attitude, communication skills, team work, lifelong learning in their profession.

Program Outcomes

PO 1:Gain an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals appropriate to the discipline.

PO 2:Develop the competence to identify, analyze, formulate and solve engineering problems.

PO 3:Acquire an ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental considerations.

PO 4:Are capable to design and conduct experiments, analyze and interpret data in the field of computer science and engineering.

PO 5:Gain expertise to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools with proficiency in basic area of computer science and engineering.

PO 6:An ability to analyze the local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizations, and society.

PO 7:Knowledge of contemporary issues.

PO 8:Sensitive to engage in activities with conscious social responsibility adhering to ethical values.

PO 9:An ability to function effectively individually and on teams, including diverse and multidisciplinary, to accomplish a common goal.

PO 10:An ability to articulate professional ideas clearly and precisely in making written and oral presentations.

PO 11:Recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in continuing professional development.

PO 12:An understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects.


S.NoFaculty NameQualificationDesignatioin
1Dr.M.V.Siva PrasadPh.DProfessor
2Srinivasa Rao GoliM.TechAsst.Professor
3V R Naga Pawan YallapragadaM.TechAsst.Professor
4V S Ch S L V Prasad GM.TechAsst.Professor
5Krishna Prasad ChakkaM.TechAsst.Professor
6Sandeep Reddy PandiriM.TechAsst.Professor
7Guru Lingam PidiyalaM.TechAsst.Professor
8Naga Raju JunepudiM.TechAsst.Professor
19Niranjan Kumar ParvathamM.TechAsst.Professor
10Vijay Kumar KambhampatiM.TechAsst.Professor
11Laxmi Prasanna YelamanchaliM.TechAsst.Professor
12Naresh Kumar KokkireniM.TechAsst.Professor
13Shailaja MulakalapallyM.TechAsst.Professor
14Chaitanya K.P.R.KM.TechAsst.Professor
15Haseena Begam ShaikM.TechAsst.Professor
16Sindhu DevarashettiM.TechAsst.Professor
17L Naga Venkata Kartheek GopuM.TechAsst.Professor
18Vijayasree JujjuruM.TechAsst.Professor
29Sandhya Rani DevaramM.TechAsst.Professor
20Nikhath Sultana MdM.TechAsst.Professor
21Venkatesh ThatikondaM.TechAsst.Professor
22Maneesha ThammanaboinaM.TechAsst.Professor
23Swathi PangaM.TechAsst.Professor
24Ravali GanjiM.TechAsst.Professor
25Krishna Reddy KandimallaM.TechAsst.Professor
26Rajani ChiluveruM.TechAsst.Professor
27Swathi BadeM.TechAsst.Professor
28R. SukruthaM.TechAsst.Professor
30P. MadhaviM.TechAsst.Professor
31Tirumala RaoM.TechAsst.Professor
32Nimmala NiveditaM.TechAsst.Professor
35A.Laxmi TejaM.TechAsst.Professor
36N.Mahesh BabuM.TechAsst.Professor
44Ch.Venkata NaviM.TechAsst.Professor
47Showri Rayalu BandanadamM.TechAsst.Professor
49P.Keerthi KiranM.TechAsst.Professor
52D.V .GireeshM.TechAsst.Professor
54K.Upendar RaoM.TechAsst.Professor
55Md.Ayub KhanM.TechAsst.Professor
56Venkat Reddy KM.TechAsst.Professor
58B.Nageswara RaoM.TechAsst.Professor
59G.Adinarayana ReddyM.TechAsst.Professor

Faculty Activities

Student Association(FACE)
The Department has established the Department student Association named as FACE ( FRATERNITY OF ANURAG COMPUTER ENGINEERS). Under this banner department organizes Technical quiz, Seminars,Workshops and Paper Presentations.

Department Activities:


• Work shop on IBM Blue Mix on Jan-2016 by Ch. Yuktesh from IBM
• One-Day Seminar on Software Development Life Cycle on 02-01-2016
• AVIRBHAV-2016 in MARCH 2016.


• Distribution of Swineflu Medicine Abhaya Humanity Trust FEB 2015
• Seminar on Current IT Trends JUL 2015
• Google Apps workshop
• Student of III& IV year students Visited BSNL Office at Vijayawada in Jan -2016
• Two day Workshop on “Emerging Technologies in Telecommunications 30-12-2015 & 31-12-2015 .The resource persons for this workshop are Mr.Raju, Mr.Srinivasa Rao, Mr.Edukondalu fromB.S.N.L,Vijayawada


• Workshop on Joomla JAN 2014
• AVIRBHAV-2014 in MARCH 2014.
• workshop on Research Methodologies JUN 2014
• work shop on Programming Skills JULY 2014
• C-Programming skills Workshop SEP 2014

• NPTEL seminar in JANUARY 2013.
• PYTHON workshop in FEBRUARY 2013.
• TERADATA workshop in FEBRUARY 2013.
• FACE Events in MARCH 2013.
• AVIRBHAV-2013 in MARCH 2013.

• The Department of CSE organized National level work shop on Sucess & Sucess and recends trends in Software Engineering by Mr.Rizwan,Senir Software Engineer,Wipro on Jan -2012
• The Department of CSE organized National level work shop on Ethical Hacking by Mr.Sunil Kumar Viswa Karma,Senior Ethical Hacker,i3Indya Technologies,Delhi on Feb 2012
• The Department of CSE organized One day Seminar on “Android & Php” by Mr.Kasyap Krupal,Product Manager,HoneyPot IT Solutions,Hyd.
• TESTING TOOLS workshop in AUGUST 2012.

• The Department of CSE organized Two Day Workshop on “IBM Tools” on November, 2011.by JKC
• The Department of CSE organized a National level colloquium in recent trends in computer engineering by Dr. Prem chand, Professor Osmania University on Jun 2011

• The Department of CSE organized National level work shop on Data WareHouse & Data Mining Concepts by K.Bhardwaj,Senior Software Engineer,Mahindra Satyam,Hyderabad on Oct-2010

Faculty Achievements

Dr M.V.Siva Prasad Principal of Anurag Engineering College went to International Conference at South Korea and got best paper presentation award. APR 2014

Faculty Publications

S.NoDepartmentName   Title of the paperType Conference Name/Journal NameVolume NoPublication  ISSN/ISBN/ACCN No Pages Joint WithA.Y.
1 CSEM.SwethaDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadP.SandeepPrivacy Preserving public auditing for secure, Scalable and fine-grained data access control in cloud computingjournalIJCEACE8(1)August20152250-3129612Academic Institute2015-16
2 CSEN.NiveditaDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadCh.Krishna PrasadAdaptive video data streaming and sharing in cloudjournalIJGIS1(3)July20152319-9245911Academic Institute2015-16
3 CSEG.LahariJ.NagarajuDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadPrediction based system for cloud and bandwidth and cost reduction systemjournalIJMETMR7(2)July20152348-4845976980Academic Institute2015-16
4 CSEG.SubhadraDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadY.Laxmi PrasannaSafe data Analysis based on Adaptable Mobile search EnginejournalIJOEET1(3)July20152933Academic Institute2015-16
5 CSEG.Rajashekar ReddyJ.NagarajuDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadA Novel Approach for Cooperative caching for Efficient Data access in Interference lenient NetworksjournalIJMETMR7(2)July20152348-4845899901Academic Institute2015-16
6 CSECh.Amarendar ReddyJ.VijayasreeDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadCaptcha in Graphical Protection Scheme Using Hard Ai EndorsementjournalIJMETMR7(2)July20152348-4845460467Academic Institute2015-16
7 CSEG.Adinarayana ReddyG.Srinivas RaoDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadSecuring lables in anonymization of social networksjournalIJCSMC7(4)July20152320-088x200203Academic Institute2015-16
8 CSEV.SujithaY.Laxmi PrasannaDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadKey-cluster cryptosystem for ascendible data sharing in cloud storagejournalIJMETMR7(2)July20152348-4845914918Academic Institute2015-16
9 CSES S SrikanthDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadJ NagarajuAn Enhanced network utility maximization using delay based scenariojournalIJSETR25(4)July20152319-888547624764Academic Institute2015-16
10 CSECh D.v GrishDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadP Niranjan KumarReliable and secured on the node clone detection in wireless sensor networksjournalIJSETR25(4)July20152319-888547464748Academic Institute2015-16
11 CSEM AnjaliG.Srinivas RaoDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadA Novel System for a Cocktail Approach for travel Package recommendationjournalIJMETMR7(2)July20152348-4845910913Academic Institute2015-16
12 CSEY Kiran KumarDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadP Niranjan KumarLive Traffic Index for Online Shortest Path ComputationjournalIJETCSE2(16)July20150976-13536368Academic Institute2015-16
13 CSEY RajyalaxmiDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadSk.HaseenaProposing an efficient algorithms and techniques for detecting concepts drifts in process miningjournalIJPES5(5)sep201596100Academic Institute2015-16
14 CSEkursam himabindhuDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadM.ShailajaResource allocation computational economies strategies for cloud based environmentjournalIJREIC1(1)nov20152455-08251621Academic Institute2015-16
15 CSEMownika NekkantiDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadM.ShailajaA Novel reversible water marking approach on digital images based on image invariant classification and dynamic histogram shifting mechanismsjournalIJPES5(5)sep2015111118Academic Institute2015-16
16 CSESangisetty SwapnaDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadK.Vijay kumarEfficient privacy conserves access control for relational databasejournalIJPES5(4)sep2015353357Academic Institute2015-16
17CSEpolepalli venkateshDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadP.SandeepEfficient Ranking On Entity Graphs With Personalized Relation ShipsjournalIJETCSE19(1)dec20150976-13534954Academic Institute2015-16
18CSECH.Krishna PrasadMr G.Srinivasa Rao Dr.M.V.Shiva PrasadData Encryption methods used in secure ATM TranscationsjournalIJCSMC3(6)june20142320-088X230233Academic Institute2014-15
19CSEM.shailajaA comparative study on data aggregation in wireless sensor networks by using directed diffusion and Ant colony algorithmjournalIJCSMC3(6)june20142320-088X356359Academic Institute2014-15
20CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadCH.Suresh KumarB.RameshA Framework to Crawl Web Forums Based on TimejournalIJPRES2(3)june2014Academic Institute2014-15
21CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadCH.Suresh KumarT.ManeeshaFeature selection using an effective dimensionality reduction techniquejournalIJCSMC3(5)may20142320-088X480485Academic Institute2014-15
22CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadP.sandeep ReddyK.Krishna ReddyMining userqueries with markov chain application to content based image retrieval sytsemjournalIJPTT8may2014Academic Institute2014-15
23CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadJ.NagarajuG.RavaliAchiving of co-operative labels in anonymization of social communicationjournalIJRRECS2(5)may20142321-546122312237Academic Institute2014-15
24CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadJ.NagarajuN.sahithiIdentity-based secure distribute data storage schemesjournalIJEEE1(5)may20142348-4748Academic Institute2014-15
25CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadCH.Suresh KumarV.RamyaTwo-tales of privacy in onlline social networksjournalIJEEE1(5)may20142348-4748Academic Institute2014-15
26CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadG.Srinivas RaoL.MoulikaIncentive compatible privacy-preserving data analysisjournalIJEEE1(5)may20142348-4748Academic Institute2014-15
27CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadY.Laxmi PrasannaCH.RajaniAvoidance of secure data leakage over social communicationsjournalIJRRECS2(5)may20142321-546122582264Academic Institute2014-15
28CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadM.ShailajaN.KrishnaRemoval of numerous attributes intend for energy bayesian systemjournalIJARES2(5)may20142347-933710461052Academic Institute2014-15
29CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadY.Laxmi PrasannaG.Venkateswara NaikEnhancement of eminence concerning localization in wireless networksjournalIJARES2(5)may20142347-933710171022Academic Institute2014-15
30CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadP.Guru LingamG.Usha SriExclusion of deleterios effects in peer-to-peer associationjournalIJRRECS2(5)may20142321-546122712284Academic Institute2014-15
31CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadJ.NagarajuD.RavinderAn advance towards perspective strategy of caching in social networksjournalIJARES2(5)may20142347-933710531058Academic Institute2014-15
32CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadP.Guru LingamA.SravyaWithdrawal of objectionable content from social communication systemjournalIJRRECS2(5)may20142321-546122972303Academic Institute2014-15
33CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadM.ShailajaP.SwathiConsideration of relationship of ability by summarized journalIJCSMC3(6)june20142320-088X3841Academic Institute2014-15
34CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadP.Guru LingamN.Mahesh BabuAn approach towards removal of comparable aspects by accumulating queriesjournalIJCSMC3(5)may20142320-088X11731177Academic Institute2014-15
35CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadCH.Suresh KumarI.Surya ShekarStabilizing security of distributed data among multiple usersjournalIJITR2(3)april-may2014995998Academic Institute2014-15
36CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadM.ShailajaV.AnushaAccomplishing of query intensification with practical overheadjournalIJARES2(5)may20142347-933710111016Academic Institute2014-15
37CSEDr.M.V.ShivaPrasadM.ShailajaCH.SharanyaElucidation of mobile sensors meant for tracking in sensor systemsjournalIJRRECS2(5)may20142321-546122382243Academic Institute2014-15
38CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadCH.Krishna prasadB.RambabuAppraisal of efficient techniques for online record linkage and deduplication using Q-Gram based indexingjournalIJCSMC3(5)may20142320-088X404414Academic Institute2014-15
39CSECH.AnjaiahP.NiranjanDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadAssessment of prospective adversaries in data publishingjournalIJITR2(3)may20149991002Academic Institute2014-15
40CSED.Mani ChandanaP.Niranjan KumarDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadImplemenrtation of dependable data enrichment in cloud systemjournalIJARES2(5)may20142347-933710961101Academic Institute2014-15
41CSESk.HaseenaP.sandeep ReddyDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadEarthquake reporting system by using realtime nature of TwitterjournalIJCSMC3(6)june20142320-088X320327Academic Institute2014-15
42CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadP.Guru LingamP.MadhaviRegulation of data assets by using knowledge of virtualizationjournalIJARES2(5)may20142347-933710771083Academic Institute2014-15
43CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadP.sandeep ReddyM.RaghavaA cloud storage system with information confidentiality and forwardingjournalIJCSMC3(6)july20142320-088X109115Academic Institute2014-15
44CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadCH.Krishna prasadR.SukruthaUsers flexibility in social networking site structures and featuresjournalIJPES2(3)june2014Academic Institute2014-15
45CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadP.sandeep ReddyS.Tirumala RaoImpressive pattern discovery to provide effective output through test moningjournalIJARCET3(6)june2014Academic Institute2014-15
46CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadP.Guru LingamP.PavaniProvision of consistent features of data in cloud aided systemsjournalIJRRECS2(5)may20142321-546122442250Academic Institute2014-15
47CSEN.KasimbiCH.Krishna prasadDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadCommitment schemas for identifying intruder in MANETSjournalIJDCST2(3)feb-march20142321-02572320-7884Academic Institute2014-15
48CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadP.NiranjanB.SwathiAn Effective Method For Load Balancing in MANETjournalIJCSMC3(6)june20142320-088X223229Academic Institute2014-15
49CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadY.Laxmi PrasannaB.Nageswar RaoExculding rules of Association in database sytsemjournalIJARES2(5)may20142347-933710901095Academic Institute2014-15
50CSEDr.M.V.Shiva PrasadG.Srinivas RaoL.AshokPrivacy on metric data AssetsjournalIJCSMC3(7)july20142320-088X230238Academic Institute2014-15
51CSEB.Sarat SaiJ.Vijay sriA query formulation language for the data webjournalIJEA1(6)20132320-08042320-0804112118Academic Institute2013-14
52CSESandeep Rajesh.NagapoguTree based mining for discovering pattrerns of human interaction in meetingsjournalIJEA1(6)20132320-08042320-08043540Academic Institute2013-14
53CSEM.MadhaviS.KavithaHorizental aggregations in SQL to prepare data sets for data mining analysisjournalIJEA1(6)20132320-08042320-08042531Academic Institute2013-14
54CSESamatha AnchoriP.Sravanthi G.Srinivas RaoAn approch for query planning in continuous aggregation over a networkjournalIJACEE2(2)april-sept20132248-95842248-9584139Academic Institute2013-14
55CSEMeela santhoshi tejaswiG.Srinivas RaoStudies on scheduling algorithms for updates in streaming data warehouses journalBRC2(2)april-sept20132248-95842248-9584Academic Institute2013-14
56CSEK.Anand KumarDr.S.SrinivasWireless TCP:TCP in mobile environment journalIJCSITAcademic Institute2012-13
57CSEB.UppalaiahK.Anand KumarB.NarsimhaGenetic algorithm approch to intrusion detection systemjournalAcademic Institute2012-13
58CSEChodagam Suresh kumarMikkili dileep kumard.venkata vidhyadeepthiFast track technique for software testing and quality assurance practice in development life cycle conferenceICEECSdec2012978-93-81693-88-3978-93-81693-88-36369Academic Institute2012-13
59CSEChodagam Suresh kumarDhumpati raghuP.Ratna KumarAddiction of computer is sabotage to human lifeconferenceICEECSnov2012978-93-81693-68-9978-93-81693-68-91826Academic Institute2012-13
60CSEM.MadhaviAn approach for intrusion detection system in cloud computingjournalIJCSIT3(5)20125219-52225219-522252195222Academic Institute2012-13
61CSEK.NareshkumarDr.S.SrinivasuK.P.R.KrishnaPrasadPublic key cryptography by centralized offline server in mission-critical networksjournalIJCSIT3(4)20124575-45794575-457945754579Academic Institute2012-13
62CSEG.Srinivas RaoCH.Krishna prasadK.Vijay kumarLow cost parallel TCP optical communication between data centers journalIJCSIT3(3)20124314-43174314-431743144317Academic Institute2012-13
63CSEG.Srinivas RaoCH.Krishna prasadPublic key cryptography by centralized offline server in mission-critical networksjournalIJCSIT3(3)20124314-4317Academic Institute2012-13
64CSECH. VenkateswarraoB.Sarat SaiG.Srinivas RaoLearning to personalize image search from the photo sharing websitesjournalIJRSAE2(2)20122319-61062319-61062128Academic Institute2012-13
65CSEG.Laxmi prasannaCH.Krishna PrasadG.Srinivas RaoSecure and scalable sharing PF personal health records in cloud computing using attribute based encryptionjournalIJRSAE2(2)20122319-61062319-61061316Academic Institute2012-13
66CSEDr. M.V.Siva PrasadDr. A.Vinaya BabuK.Babu RaoAn Intrusion Detection System Architecture Based on Neural Networks and Genetic Algorithms JournalInternational Journal of Computer Science and Management Research2(1)Jan20132278-733X2012-13
67CSEDr. M.V.Siva PrasadDr. A.Vinaya BabuK.Babu RaoAN INNOVATIVE PROCEDURE FOR PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL IN INTRUSION DETECTION SYSTEM USING SYNTHESIS COMPUTING CLASSIFIERJournalInternational Journal of Computer Science and Management Research 1(5)Dec20122278-733X112211342012-13
68CSEDr.S.SrinivasuK.P.R.KrishnaPrasadNaresh kumarAn initial approch to provide security in cloud networkjournalIJARCET1(5)jul-aug20122278-13232278-13237074Academic Institute2012-13
69CSEK.VijithaV.GreeshmanandaMachine learning for cloud computing Intusion detectionjournalIJIRD2(5)may20132278-021112501261Academic Institute2012-13
70CSEp.Sravanthi M.MadhaviUsing apriori algorithm to improve crm for shopping mallsjournalIJERT1(10)dec20122278-01812278-018114Academic Institute2012-13
71CSEYVR Naga PawanV SaradaPrivate Higher Education Institutions and E-GovernancejournalJournal of E-governance35(4)Sep20121878-76731878-76812052072012-13
72CSEB.UppalaiahP.SrinivasK.Vijay kumarIntrusion detection system:various approachesjournalIJCSIT3(1)jan-march20120976-84912229-4333578580Academic Institute2012-13
73CSECH.Krishna PrasadG.Srinivas RaoCompetent data collection and authentication protocol:Active Collector Assortment Modem(ACAM) journalIJARCS3(4)jul-aug20120976-56970976-56972734Academic Institute2012-13
74CSEAmena NasreenSK.HaseenaG.Srinivas RaoA novel method for divide and convergen and coherent mechanism in cloud computingjournalIJCSIT3(3)20120975-96460975-964645084513Academic Institute2012-13
75CSEK.P.R Krishna ChaitanyaDr.D.SrinivasuK.naresh kumarEnsuring security in resource centers of cloud environment by using trusted poolsjournalIJCSIT3(4)20120975-46610975-466146584660Academic Institute2012-13
76CSEB.UppalaiahK.AnandJ.SashikiranRouting protocols in MANET'sjournalIJCSIT2(2)feb20122884-28872884-2887884887Academic Institute2011-12
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