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School of Computer & Systems Sciences

Jawaharlal Nehru University

Message from the Vice-Chancellor

Message from the Dean

Message from the Placement Coordinator

About the University

About the School

Programmes of Study

Evaluation & Grading System

MCA Course Structure Contacts

M Tech. Course Structure Prof. Parimala N.

Faculty Profile
School of Computer & Systems Sciences
Common Labs Jawaharlal Nehru University
New Delhi-110067
Research Labs
Central Library
Tel.: 91-11-26704767 (O)
School Library Fax: 91-11-26742526 (O)
Placement Cell

MCA Students
Placement Coordinator
MCA Students Profile

M Tech. Students Dr. D.K. Lobiyal

Associate Professor
M Tech. Students Profile
Mobile: 91-9868863883
Alumni E-mail: dkl@mail.jnu.ac.in

Student Coordinators
Saurabh Singh (MCA)
Major Recruiters
Mobile: 91-9899829682
Glimpses of Life @ JNU Nikhil Kr. Rajput (M. Tech.)
Road Map Mobile: 91-9968480875

I am happy to learn that the Placement Cell of the School of Computer & Systems
Sciences, JNU is bringing out a Placement Brochure for the year 2008-2009. The
Brochure provides information about the University in general, and the School of
Computer & Systems Sciences in particular.

It is a matter of great pride for the University in general and the School in particular,
that it is not only providing knowledge and training to the Students but also helping
them in brightening their future prospect and achieving their goals.

I understand that last year many multinational companies such as Accenture,

McKinsey, TCS, Aricent, Conexant, IBM, Sapient,
Siemens, Fair Isaac, Hughes Systique, Global Logic
etc. Visited the School and recruited the young talent.

I send my very best wishes to the young graduates of the

School of Computer and Systems Sciences to see the
World and I am sure that many new finstitutions
organizations will come in search of prospective IT
personnel and will find JNU as a hub of new talent.

Prof.B.B. Bha ttacharya


T he School of Computer & Systems Sciences offers two postgraduate courses- MCA and
M.Tech. and also has the Ph.D. Programme. The School admits about 60 students to the
masters programmes every year. The students in these programmes are among the best in the
country as they are selected from about a total of 9000 to 10000 applicants each year.

SC&SS not only offers courses to students in the fundamental areas of

computer science but also imparts education in emerging and new areas by
constantly evolving the syllabus. This means that the school equips its students
with high quality state of the art technical knowledge. The students are thus
trained to be capable of entering and competing in the global IT market.

Our students are also given opportunity to hone their managerial and team
building skills. This academic year they have successfully organized a national
level techfest TECHNOPHILIA which was highly appreciated by the
participants for punctuality and organization. They have also actively
participated in the management of the conference NCM2C 2007 organized by
the school.
It gives me great pleasure to invite your organization to recruit our students through the
placement process. I am sure they will fulfill your expectations.

Prof. Parimala N.

T he School of Computer and Systems Sciences, JNU offers the degree of MCA and M. Tech.
in Computer Science & Technology. The school provides strong fundamentals and real-
life project exposures related to computer science and allied fields, knowledge of which makes
our students an asset to any organization.

It is a matter of great pleasure for me to share that many of the leading IT companies have been
recruiting our Students regularly every year. This regular recruitment proves
that our students are able to exhibits their talent and knowledge, wherever they
getting the opportunities. I take this opportunity to invite your esteemed
organization to visit our Campus this year also to keep the continuity and
strengthen the bond. Further, I also extend my warm invitation and welcome
to the organizations visiting our campus first time.

I am sure you would give a visit to the School of Computer and Systems
Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University to share our vision, goal and purpose.

Looking forward to your visit.

Dr. D. K. Lobiyal
Associate Pr ofessor
Placement C oordinator
About the University 3

he foundation of the university was laid by our former Prime Minister and Iron Lady Indira
Gandhi who came with the idea in 1966 and JNU was constituted under the JNU act in 1969. In
1969, the simulacrum of a dream university came in full-fledged action.
JNU is being cradled in the lap of Aravali range stretching its wings in more than 10000 acres of
geographical areas. It is situated 17 km away from the heart of Delhi. A university with a mission, an
unceasing quest, dedication has always been spreading its wings and has been acting as a
milestone from the very outset. It has been honored by the UGC as the university with potential for
JNU is among the top five universities which have been recognized as 'Model University' &
UGC conferred the status of “University with Potential for Excellence' in Sep. 2001
JNU is not only one of the most prestigious universities in India but also in Asia. International
league tables produced in 2006 by The Times Higher Education Supplement (THES)
confirmed JNU's place among the world's top 200 universities and ranked 183 in the THES
league table for 2006.
Almost every school is organized in a way to meet the basic instinct of academic, social and cultural
plank of students' life. Besides the central library every center provides the quotidian library facility to
save time and space, an auditorium to have cultural social show-off, conference hall to have brain
storming session to take place. Research lab is reached out to every interested research scholar
according to their area of interest under the aegis of grand standing renowned faculties of school.

University is a true glue promoter of cultural activities, which has a strong unit of theatrical group
IPTA, which takes the pain and
galvanizes the renaissance against the
shadows disseminated in our society.
University runs a student council with
elected members, a microcosm of upper
house of democracy which reins in
university's authority for untoward
activities in the nature of students'
welfare. The basic academic unit of
university consists of multi-disciplinary
schools enveloping entire gamut of
academic activities. It has been organized
according to subject matter and
methodology to give community of
scholar to nurture and fertilize their talent.
About the School 4

NU is one of the high profile universities which initiated the academic program in the realm of
computer science in late 1970's. To meet the demands of growing curiosity and to fulfill the need
of competent software professionals at home and abroad, our institution has been acting as a
beacon under its resolute load-star ever since its birth.
Students from the institution have always relished the challenging work whatever its nature may be,
through good moral fiber. Moral fiber of the students is molded by eminent professors of our
university, through intra-facilities and through seminars conducted regularly to update the day to day
development of the kaleidoscopic nature of information technology. The experienced faculties here
always provide the channel to get charge out of challenging work and also provide the chapter and
verse of the protean character of the technology through special intermittent lectures and by dove-
tailing with students. This interactive and cooperative aura and the method of education are flower of
techniques which have given an umpteen number of talented chartered software professionals, who
bring the laurel to our institution.
With so many institutions providing the same education in computer science, SC & SS advances over
others in alumni's thrall, who pay regular visit through seminars to inculcate and nurture the students
in order to the institution having to look its laurels from the very outset of program in computer science
and to have gumption of the latest technology. SC & SS has reigned supreme, constantly giving that
je ne sais quoi which distinguishes its professionals from other institutions.
Course curriculum of SC&SS is framed keeping the whole basic instinct of Computer Science, which
fuels and gears up the students' talent in entire field, even in Research and Development area. As
history says itself, the alumni working in
domestic and multi national companies
have got felicitations and reward for their
outstanding performance and have
outwitted and pre-empted professionals
from other institutions on several
occasions. The course structure is
updated regularly to fit with the present
demand of the technology.
The SC&SS, from the day of its existence,
designs and offers courses for the benefit
of its large family to promote
interdisciplinary studies in the university
Programmes of Study 5


MCA Embryonic idea of MCA got birth in 1985. This three-year (six semester) programme
is designed to provide necessary theoretical background and practical experience
in Computer Science and Applications to meet the growing manpower
requirements in the IT sector. In the first five semesters the student undergoes
course work followed by a project in the sixth semester.
Mode of Selection: Students are selected through rigorous process of
examination, nearly 10,000 graduates compete neck to neck and among them
around 30 high brass candidates are selected from the country (to mention, a part of the strength
comes from across the globe also).


M.Tech The M.Tech programme began in 1985. This two year programme(four
semester) programme is designed to help students sharpen their
analytical and conceptual skills and develop methodological rigor in
dealing with real world problems. In the first two semesters the student
undergoes course work followed by dissertation work in the subsequent
third and fourth semester.
Mode of Selection: Students are selected after undergoing a rigorous written test and the interview.
The written test carries a weight age of 70%. Out of the thousands of candidates who appear, 60 to 70
candidates are finally called for an interview conducted by a panel of professors from which only 25
are finally selected. The success ratio is 1:300.

Ph.D. Ph. D
The school has major focus on research and offers integrated M.Tech./Ph.D.
programme and Direct Ph.D. programme. The school currently has more than 40
Ph.D. students enrolled for the programme. The broad areas where research is
going on are Databases, Software Engineering, Artificial Intelligence & Robotics,
Computer Graphics & Multimedia, Wireless & Mobile Communication , Parallel &
Distributed Computing, Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks, Natural Language Processing,
Soft Computing, Data Warehousing & Mining, System Software, System Modeling & Simulation,
Digital Image Processing, Scientific Computing, Optimization
Mode of Selection: M.Tech. students can continue to pursue Ph.D. Programme. The students for
the Direct Ph.D. programme are selected based on an interview by an expert panel of faculties of the
Evaluation & Grading System 6

J NU follows a semester system. Each course is for the duration of one semester and is assigned
a specific number of credits. MCA is a six semester programme where a student has to secure
108 credits in all out of which 100 credits is for the course work and 8 credits for the sixth
semester project work. The course work is carried out in the first five semesters where each student is
required to study five courses (Compulsory & Elective) in each semester. Each course of MCA carries
4 credit points. On the other hand, M.Tech is a four semester programme where a student has to
secures 50 credits in all out of which atleast 30 credits shall be for course work, 5 credits for seminar
and 15 credits for the dissertation work. Each course of M.Tech carries 3 credit points.

The University follows a 10 point letter grading scale for evaluation of students academic
performance in the course during the semester. The grades in each course of the semester are used
to compute the Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA). The Cumulative Grade Point Average
(CGPA) is calculated for the student upto and including the semester for which it is required using the
SGPA. On completing the programme the student is assigned a Final Grade Point Average (FGPA)
denoting the final index of a student in the courses.

The objective of this system is to provide a measure of the student performance in each course. The
performance of the student is evaluated continuously throughout the semester. Besides the end
semester examination, the assessment is made in terms of his/her day-to-day performance in the
classroom, home assignment, minor
tests, presentation, term papers &
Grading Scheme projects
9 A
8 A-
Grade Points

7 B+
6 B
1 F

A+ A A- B+ B B- C+ C C- F
MCA Course Structure 7

Semester I (All Compulsory) Semester V (Compulsory)

1. Digital System Design
1. Compiler Construction
2. Discrete Mathematics
3. Numerical Computing
4. Programming and Problem Solving Using C Electives
5. Probability and Statistics
1. Pattern Recognition
2. Image Processing and Computer Vision
3. Computer Oriented Statistical Methods
Semester II (All Compulsory) 4. Decision Support Systems
1. Computer Architecture 5. Natural Language Processing
2. Data Structures 6. Modeling and Simulation
3. Operations Research 7. Optimization Techniques
4. Object Oriented Programming 8. Machine Learning
5. Operating Systems 9. Internet and Web Technology
10. Applied Bioinformatics
11. Information Theory
12. Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery
Semester III (All Compulsory)
13. Multimedia Systems
1. Database Management Systems 14. Distributed Database Systems
2. Computer Networks 15. Object Oriented Analysis and Design
3. Microprocessor Based System
4. Web Based Programming
5. Design and Analysis of Algorithms

Semester VI
Semester IV (All Compulsory)
Project Work
1. Computer Graphics
2. Parallel and Distributed Systems
3. Software Engineering
4. Formal Languages and Automata Theory
5. Artificial Intelligence
M Tech. Course Structure 8

Semester I (Compulsory)

1. Data Structures and Algorithms

2. Theoretical Computer Science
3. Data Communication and Computer Networks


1. Database Management System

2. Compiler Construction Semester II (Compulsory)
3. Computer Graphics 1. Operating Systems
4. Software Engineering (SE) 2. Computer Architecture
5. Graph Theory and Applications (GTA)
6. Object Oriented Programming Systems Electives

1. Machine Learning
2. Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery
3. Data Warehousing
4. Performance Modeling of Communications Networks
5. Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks
6. Embedded Systems
7. Pattern Recognition
8. Advanced Software Engineering
9. Parallel and Distributed Processing
10. Wireless Communication & Mobile Computing

Semester III & IV

Dissertation Work
Faculty Profile 9

T Prof. Karmeshu T Dr. Sonajharia Minz

Ph. D (University of Delhi) Ph. D (JNU)
Research Areas: Stochastic Modeling & Research Areas: Data Mining,
Simulation, Communication Networks & Soft Computing, Agent-Based Systems
Performance Modelling, Computational
Neuroscience/Bioinformatics T Dr. D. K. Lobiyal
Ph. D (JNU)
T Prof. K. K. Bharadwaj Research Areas: Ad-Hoc Networks,
Ph. D (IIT Kanpur) Natural Language Processing
Research Areas: Intelligent Systems,
Knowledge Discovery in Databases, Machine T Dr. D. P. Vidyarthi
Learning Ph. D (BHU)
T Prof. G. V. Singh Research Areas: Parallel & Distributed
Ph. D (JNU) Systems, Mobile Computing, Grid Computing
Research Areas: Natural Language T Dr. R. K. Agrawal
Processing, Ad -Hoc Networks, Computer Ph. D (University of Delhi)
Architecture Research Areas: Pattern Recognition,
T Prof. P. C. Saxena Soft Computing, Security
Ph. D (University of Delhi)
T Dr. T. V. Vijay Kumar
Research Areas: Communication Network,
Distributed Systems, Database Systems and Ph. D (JNU)
Convex Optimization Research Areas: Databases, Software
Engineering, Object Oriented Systems,
T Prof. C. P. Katti Data Warehousing and Mining
Ph. D (IIT Delhi)
Research Areas: Parallel Computing, T Mr. Sushil Kumar
Numerical Analysis M. Tech. (JNU)
T Prof. S. Balasundaram Research Areas: Computer Networks,
Ph. D (IIT Delhi) Wireless Communication, Sensor Networks
Research Areas Support Vector Machine, T Mr. Zahid Raza
Computer Graphics M. Tech (BIT, Mesra)
T Prof. Parimala N. Research Areas: Parallel and Distributed
Ph. D (University of Hyderabad) Systems
Research Areas: DBMS, Data Warehousing, T Dr. Aditi Sharan
Software Engineering, Object Oriented
Ph. D (Jai Narayan Vyas University, Jodhpur)
Systems, Bioinformatics
Research Areas: Non-Linear Systems,
T Dr. R. C. Phoha Information Retrieval, Web Mining, Soft
Ph. D (Cornell University) Computing, Non Linear Systems, Artificial
Research Areas: Operations Research, Intelligence
Scientific Computing
Common Labs 10

C&SS provides modern and sophisticated computing facilities for common use by students. It
maintains two general labs, one Linux lab and one Microprocessor lab. It has all the
paraphernalia to have the making of student to work miracle with cooperation of faculty

It providers various platforms to work with and inheres in the taste of all manner of working element.

SC&SS provides one to one ratio of student to computer with 24 hours Internet access. The labs are
equipped with a Window server, a Web Server, a Linux Server, Macintosh Machines, Sun Solaris
Machines and around 80 Windows/Linux based systems. In addition 8085/8086 Microprocessor kits
are available. The Servers in the labs are connected to 100 Mbps LAN. The labs also have
scanners, network dot-matrix printer and network Laser printer in order to provide adequate scanning
and printing facilities to students.

The labs are also equipped with the latest softwares catering to the academic needs of the school.

The computing labs in the school continuously acquire hardware and software in order to keep itself
upto date with emerging technologies.

The labs provides an ambience for students to work in coordination to nurture team spirit and bring
out innovative ideas for developing applications.
Research Labs 11

C&SS, in addition to the common labs, has in all seventeen specialized research labs
focusing on advanced research in computer science & related areas.

Each faculty member has a separate dedicated research lab where research in areas of their interest
is carried out.
All research labs are equipped with latest hardware & software catering to respective research areas.
Ä Natural Language Processing
Ä Soft Computing
Ä Data Warehousing & Mining
Ä System Software
Ä System Modeling & Simulation
Ä Digital Image Processing
Ä Scientific Computing
Ä Optimization
Some of the areas in which currently research is being done are:
Ä Database Systems
Ä Software Engineering
Ä Artificial Intelligence & Robotics
Ä Computer Graphics & Multimedia
Ä Wireless & Mobile Communication
Ä Parallel & Distributed Computing
Ä Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks
Central Library 12

owering above all academic complexes in university serene element, sitting on the
confluences of the premises of school building is our great and time-honored central library. Its
ground floor has a geographical spread of approx 50000 sq. ft. and the column of nine-storey
building has a floor stretching itself in 6000 sq. ft. The library is one of the largest repositories of books
in the country shelving 5 lakh books and more than 50000 volumes.

It is being given to adding 10000 books on an average per year through the agency of suggestions
from faculties and students from different disciplines. It keeps on replicating the volumes of books as
per requirements.

The library also subscribes around 1000 journals, the real Mc-coy, to quench the thirst of knowledge
of its contemporary research scholars from international and national arena. Besides fertilizing the
talents of university through physical study materials, it provides the virtual study material in the form
of floppy, CD-ROM of books and internet.

It is subscribing around 1000 serials and is in mailing list of nearly all leading Newspapers of the
world. The library is on the mailing list of all publications of Government of India and publications of
some very important International agencies like World Health Organization, UNESCO etc. It is also
subscribing documents of United Nations.

The library has an exchange relation with many Indian and International agencies and National
Libraries throughout the world. The library has its own Local Network connected with a strong server
with 48 terminals inside the library. On line Public Catalogue
of the Library has databases of Books, Serials and other
material. It is a member of Delhi Library Network and
INFLIBNET. The Library is a part of JNU Wide Area Network
and its databases can be accessed from all nodes of

The library acquires electronic collections mainly via

consortia. Library subscribes to online journals related to
computer science through INDEST Consortia like
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and Institute
of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) digital library.
The online digital library provides the complete collection of
IEEE and ACM journals, conference proceedings and
newsletter articles.
School Library 13

I n addition to the central library of Jawaharlal Nehru University, the school maintains its own library
to support research and teaching activities in the school. In the school library large amount of
information is kept systematically and made available for use.

The school library houses a collection of over thousand books, which have been acquired over the
years with a view to aid high quality and contemporary education in the area of computer science and

The school library also subscribes to a number of journals and magazines covering a wide range of
fields in computer science in order to keep the student and faculty up to date with the latest
advancements in the field of computer science.

The school library also houses collection of handbooks and manuals to assist researchers and
professionals with readily available facts and information. While most of these resources are found in
printed volumes in our stacks, they are also available on CDs and DVDs.

In order to share past academic efforts of the student, the school library maintains a collection of the
MCA project reports, M.Tech. dissertations and Ph.D. Thesis of students who have passed out of the

The collection in the school library continually grows through the acquisition of new resources to meet
the ever-evolving course curriculum and the needs of our students and faculties. The
school library supports the learning,
teaching, research and development
endeavors of the university by providing
appropriate materials and resources in
order to have a fruitful and enjoyable
library experience.
Placement Cell 14

ts high time when flotilla of students career take a golden course into the vast ocean of
software, R & D, and academic field. As far as the placement is concerned, when the
whole world was struggling under the feet of parlous state of economy, we did maintain an
excellent graph of placement by our labour and smarts. Our seniors did maintain it by striking
the dirt and bagging palmary and toothsome package, by their stellar performance. The
alumni of the school have fared well in all kinds of organizations whether it is the system,
application, product or service based.

The Training and Placement Cell of SC&SS provides the opportunity to the students by
interacting with the industries at various platforms, whether it is on-job training, in-house
projects or final placements of the students.

In order to carry out placement activities in the school, a placement committee is constituted
which comprises of a faculty member, acting as a placement coordinator, and representative
from the student community of the school.

It is the devotion of the alumni in several organisations, the faculty members and the students
of the school that has brought SC&SS to this excellent position among equals.

Placement Graph


2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
MCA Students 15

MCA Students Background


B.Sc. (Comp.Sc.)
11% B.Sc. (Gen)
B.Sc. (Maths Hons.)
MCA Students Profile 16

Abhishek Agnihotri
B.Sc. (Gen) C.S.J.M. University, Kanpur, (U.P.)

Amit Yadav
B.Sc. (Gen) Bundelkhand University, Jhansi, (U.P.)

Amul Animanand Kullu

B.Com.Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur (U.P.)

Anil Bahelia
B.Sc. (Gen) R.M.L.Avadh University, Faizabad(U.P.)

Anirban Bora
B.Sc. (Gen) Gauhati University (Assam)

Aparna Kumari
B.C.A. Birla Institute Of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi (Jharkhand)

Arvind Ekka
B.C.A. Makhanlal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita University , Bhopal (M.P.)

Binod Kumar Nirala

B.Sc. (Maths Hons.) Magadh University, Bodhgaya , Gaya (Bihar)

Deepak Gupta
B.Sc. (Gen) C.S.J.M. University, Kanpur, (U.P.)

Maya Verma
B.Sc. (Comp.Sc.) Barkatullah University (M.P.)

Mukesh Prasad
B.Sc. (Gen) V.M.R.F. Deemed University, Salem (Tamil Nadu)

Nainsi Maheshwari
B.Sc. (Comp.Sc.) C.S.J.M. University, Kanpur, (U.P.)

Nawraj Prajapati
B.C.A. Hindustan Academy Of Engineering And Applied Sciences,Bangalore (Karnatka)

Om Prakash Gupta
B.Sc. (Gen) C.S.J.M. University, Kanpur (U.P.)
MCA Students Profile 17

Pooja Umar
B.C.A. Pokhara University, Pokhara (Nepal)

Rahul Kumar
B.Sc. (Gen) C.C.S. University, Meerut (U.P.)

Rajesh Kumar
B.C.A. Makhanlal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita University , Bhopal (M.P.)

Rajesh Pal
B.Sc. (Gen) R.M.L.Avadh University, Faizabad(U.P.)

Reniguntla Sambaiah
B.Sc. (Comp.Sc.) Kakatiya University,Warangal(A.P.)

Safique Ahemad
B.Sc. (Gen) R.M.L.Avadh University, Faizabad(U.P.)

Sandeep Kumar Gupta

B.Sc. (Gen) V.B.S Purvanchal University, Jaunpur (U.P.)

Saurabh Singh
B.Sc. (Gen) C.S.J.M. University, Kanpur, (U.P.)

Shivam Nema
B.Sc. (Gen) Vikram University, Ujjain (M.P.)

Shuchi Priya
B.Sc. (Maths Hons.) Ranchi University, Ranchi (Jharkhand)

Sukriti Mazoomdar
B.C.A. West Bengal University Of Technology, Kolkata (W.B.)

Sushil Kumar Yadav

B.Sc. (Gen) Shivharsh Kisan P.G. College, Basti(U.P.)

Vipin Kumar
B.Sc. (Gen) C.S.J.M. University, Kanpur (U.P.)

Vivek Kumar Agrehri

B.Sc. (Maths Hons.) BHU, Varanasi (U.P.)
M Tech. Students 18

M Tech. Students

M.Sc. (Maths)
B.E. (CSE/IT) 35%

15% M.C.A.
M Tech. Students Profile 19

Ajay Kumar Verma

BHU Varanasi (U.P.)

Amit Kumar Singh


Arunita Chaukiyal

Asif Khan

Deepa Anand
Pune University (Maharashtra)

Dileep Senapati
Berhampur University (Orrisa)

Dipesh Kumar Gautam

B.Tech.( I.T.)
UPTU Lucknow

Hemant Arya
UPTU Lucknow

B.E.( I.T.)
RGPV Bhopal (M.P.)

JNU, New Delhi
M Tech. Students Profile 20

Meenakshi Diwakar
MJP Rohilkhand, Bareily, UP

Nikhil Rajput
H.N.B Garhwal Univ.(Srinagar),Garhwal

Ranjit Rajak
JNU, New Delhi

Ratnadeep Adhikari
M.Sc. (Applied Maths)
IIT Roorkee (Uttarakhand)

Shrawan Kumar
C.S.J.M. University, Kanpur (U.P.)

Sonulal Gupta
H.P. University, Shimla (Himachal Pradesh)

B.Tech.( I.T.)
BIET,Jhansi (UPTU)

Suresh Kumar
BHU Varanasi (U.P.)

Surendra Kumar Verma

MPU Rohtak (Haryana)

Vikram Singh
B.E.( I.T.)
RGPV Bhopal (M.P.)
Alumni 21

very institution is, that is to say, silhouette of the outstanding performance of its students and its
Alumni. SC & SS today is grinning by unfolding the long annals of its Alumni performance. Our
Alumni have been working with grit on all cylinders to date, with their never tiring get-up and go on
every front. They have always been in command, even in hard weather of economy by their smarts and
hard work, and have been coming up roses.
Their dexterous maneuver has put a new complexion to institution. They have been never a bit away to
rack their brains and/or to say our Alumni have always relished the challenging work, to mention, under
reduced circumstances by making silk purse out of sow's ear. JNU SC & SS has a goliath alumni
association under the consanguinity of its Apron strings.
Its Alumni association is constellation of dashing professionals, academicians and entrepreneur from
among three streams, to state, MCA, M.Tech, and PhD with sum total, in the neighborhood of 800 of
eager beaver with rattling good countenance.
There comes one-off in a year, a great fete, Alumni Meet, EUDEMONIA. Its' a great occasion to
commune with our brethren, the common denominator of industry, academicians, entrepreneurs or
where ever they have spread their feathers, in the form of social-cultural conglomeration. Here's a
glimpse some of the alumni of SC&SS, JNU

Mr. M. L. Goyal Mr. Ashish Kumar Mr. Sanjay Davar Mr. Devesh Gupta
Assistant General Manager Director Section Manager General Manager
CMC Ltd. InfoPro Corporation STMicroelectronics CSC India Pvt. Limited
Mr. S. K. Ghosh Mr. Sanjay Manwani Mr. Ashwini K. Lal
Vice President Vice-President Vice President Ms. Meenu Gupta
Continental Europe Germany ARIBA Aricent Senior Program
Mr. Nilkamal Mandal Manager C-Dot
Manager International
Trade Sun International Ms. Padmaja Krishnan
Mr. R. Subramaniam Director
Senior Manager CSC India
CMC Ltd.

Mr. Sanjay Bhargava Mr. Anil Kumar Gupta

Vice President Vice President Aricent
Kanbay Software Pvt. Ltd.

Mr. Vivek Jain Mr. Mukul Sharma

President Capgemini US LLC
Digital Offshore Systems Chicago
Technophilia-2008 22

Technophilia- 2008

“With a good start, with a better growth, we will come out with the best.”

I n today's fast paced world, science and technology hold the key to the future. Science and technology not only
change our lives but rather they revolutionize it from the way we think to the way we live. Moreover, it is equally
well known that today's students are tomorrow's professionals and there is an indispensable need to foster their
ingenuity and imagination. Bringing together these two extremely potent forces is Technophilia - School of
Computer & Systems Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University's technology festival.

Technophilia 2008 is the second edition of the Technophilia. This fertile land of technology was cultivated by 32
teams from 23 reputed technical institutes and colleges like II T Roorkee, IIT Delhi, IIC, NSIT, Delhi University, Jamia
Hamdard, Jamia Milia Islamia.

Technophilia 2008 provided students a platform to come together and explore the realms of computer science and
technology. Technophilia gave these students a golden opportunity to not only learn but also showcase their talents.

We brought to students competitions that test their skills, extract their talent, promote their imagination, and not to
forget the fun and festive spirit of a college festival!!!.

The Events included some Programming Contests in C/C++ Language on Linux platform, Technical Quiz, Program
Debugging Challenge, Website Designing, Algorithm Design, Puzzle Contest and some exciting non technical events
including LAN gaming.

The Second edition, Technophilia

2008 brought a spectacular
celebration of technology and was
special in more ways than one can
imagine. Hope students had a great
experience from January 19th 20 th,
2008 at School of Computer and
Systems Sciences of Jawaharlal Nehru
Seminars 23

I t's a great occasion to take cue, beyond price, from the progenitors of respective field of research,
work etc. School organizes seminars at least once in a week, in order to have understanding of on
going research and new technology added to Computer Science, also new working methodology
adopted by industry.

School distills the thought, idea and information from go-getter of contemporary world i.e. we invite
scholars and researchers from the entire gamut of computer science. We ferret out information and
trade our idea & feeling with the man in show by batteries of questions. It's a process to season
academic chores with toothsome research and information.

Stirring seminar does act as to fashion the way of thinking and working of students of SC&SS, JNU.
It's a step to quench the thirst of happenings and to season academic session with latest
development and research in national & international arena of Computer Science. We lay the red-
carpet to scholars from different universities, national and international, industries in order to have
heartening effect on the fetish to have a world-beater. It's conducted in order to have its talent
equipollent with contemporary highly known institution meeting exacting & copasetic standard of
software field. We would like to enlist some lectures by scholars & industrial person, on different topic.

Trends in Advance Computing Reversible Logic Synthesis

Prof. L. M. Patnaik Prof. Gerhard W. Dueck
IISc Bangalore Faculty of Computer Science
University of New Brunswick
Q Learning Algorithms and their Frederiction, Canada
applications to Routing in
Design of Electronic Markets
Prof. Y. Narahari, FNAE
Dr. Shalabh Bhatnagar
Department of Computer Science and
Department of Computer Science
and Automation IISc Bangalore
IISc Bangalore
Free Software Movement & GNU Careers in IT Consulting-"What you
Operating System need to know"
Richard Stallman Mr. Mukul Sharma
Capgemini US LLC
Making a Multilayer perceptron say Chicago
don't know, when it should
Prof. N. R. Pal, FNAE, FIEEE Spatial Data Analysis
Electronics and Communication Prof. B. L. S. Prakasa Rao
Science Unit Dept. of Maths & Stat.
Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad
Richard Stallman at SC & SS JNU
NCM2C 24

The National Conference on Methods and Model in Computing is second in the series organized by the School of Computer
and Systems Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. The aim of this conference is to provide a platform to the
researchers from all the disciplines of computing especially from computer science and engineering for sharing their ideas
and stimulating thoughts.
The scope and theme of the conference have been made wide to bring researchers from various disciplines to a common
platform for enabling discussions and exploring new ideas on interdisciplinary research. However, based on the contents of
the papers and convenience of interaction the conference is organized in three broader themes, namely Software
Engineering and Databases, Soft Computing and Communication Networks and Distributed Systems.
The papers on Software Engineering and Databases not only cover Software Engineering and Databases discipline, but
accommodate the papers focusing on design and implementation Issues. Wide range of contents covered under this theme
includes component based approach, cohesion, software quality etc.
The papers contributing to the sections on soft computing not only present application of various Soft Computing
techniques for data analysis or mining what also cover a wide range of types of databases. The works on classical
techniques, such as Neural Networks, Genetic Algorithms, Simulated Annealing, Support Vector Machines etc. are
supplemented by applications of Fuzzy Logic and Rough Set Theory .
The papers on Communication Networks and Distributed Systems cover variety of related topics from area .This includes
Mobile Networks, QoSc Services issues Network Security ,Multimedia Applications etc, and on Distributed Systems it
covers task Scheduling ,Parallel Interconnection etc
NCM2C received number of papers from researchers across the country working in various disciplines . All the papers
reviewed by experts engaged in research in the related areas. Based on suggestion and comments received from the
reviewer twenty six paper were accepted for presentation and publishing in the proceedings. We hope the proceedings of
NCM2C 2007 will prove valuable reference for the readers engaged in research and academics.
1. Theory of computation with Special References to
Formal Languages and Automata with Applications to
DNA Computing.
Rani Sliromoney
Madras Christian College, Tambaram, Chennai
Chennai Mathematical Institute, Chennai, Tamil Nadu,
2. A Closer Look at the Brain via Signal and Image
Processing Techniques and Computational Methods.
L.M. Patnaik
Department of Computer Science and Automation,
Indian Institute Of Science, Bangalore-560012, India
3. IT Governance
Thiagarajan Viswanathan
Indian Institute Of Science, Bangalore-560012, India
Major Recruiters 25

 ACCENTURE  Intergraph
 Aditi  KANBAY
 ADT  Legato Systems
 Amdocs, Cyprus  Maruti
 Aricent  McKinsey
 BFL Software  MUL
 Bharti Telesoft  MMTC
 Birla Horizon Intl.  Nagarro
 Blue Star Infotech Ltd.  Newgen
 Cadence Design Systems  NIIT
 C-Dot  Nortel Networks
 CMC Ltd.  Novell Netware
 Conexant  NPN India
 CSC  Patni Computers
 CSG Systems  PCL
 D. E. Shaw  PCL Mindware
 Daewoo Telecom  Perot Systems
 Deliotte  Ramco Systems Ltd.
 DBSS Ltd.  Rolta India Ltd.
 DCM Datasystems  Safenet
 Fair Isaac  Sapient
 Futuresoft  Sasken
 Grapecity  Satyam Computers Ltd.
 Global Logic  SGS Thompson
 HCL Technologies  Siemens
 Hewlett-Packard India  Softek
 Hughes Systique  STMicroelectronics
 IBM Global Services  Tata Unisys Ltd.
 ICIM-Fujitsu  TCS
 Infogain  TGK
 Infosys Technologies  Wipro
 Innovative Software Solutions
Glimpses of Life @ JNU 26


Dalai Lama & Prof. Yash Pal E Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam & Dr. Karan Singh
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Sh. Somnath Chatterjee & Prof. Yashpal


Sankalan-08 (Delhi University) Nerdz-07 (Jamia Hamdard University)

Glimpses of Life @ JNU 27

Prizes @ Sankalan-08 (Delhi University) Prizes @ Sankalan-08 (Delhi University)

Prizes @ Sankalan-08 (Delhi University) Some Light Moments

Cultural Carvan Scene from Drama Mahabharat

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