NGP Arts

Department of Computer Science with Cognitive Systems

Overview

The Department of Computer Science with Cognitive Systems was initiated in the year 2020 with the objective of understand how technological advancements impact society and the social, legal, ethical and cultural ramifications of computer technology and their usage. The course is pioneering in nature and it was started by having a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Tata Consultancy Services (TCS).

The curriculum of this collaborative degree program aims to ensure that the students graduating from the program not only know the core topics of Computer Science but also develop a positive reception of Mathematics and Cognitive Thinking. The students are also exposed to advance topics such as Big Data Analytics, Machine/Deep Learning, Cloud Computing, Internet of Things, Robotic Process Automation, Software Testing, DevOps etc. to make them industry ready at the end of three years of study.

Courses

Duration

3 Years

Commencement

July

Intake

50

Eligibility

HSC with Computer Science / Mathematics

Vision

Graduates of the Department of Computer Science with Cognitive Systems will be recognized as innovative leaders in the fields of Cognitive Computing Systems through a precise curriculum of theory and laboratory practices that builds up the capacity to tackle computing issues, independently and in groups.

Mission

  • To contribute successfully to the significant national undertaking to deliver quality human asset in the information technology and related areas for sustainable development of the nation's IT and ITeS industry needs.
  • To provide our graduate students with an outstanding education, also to prepare them for beneficial careers in Industry, Academia, and Government and outfit them with the knowledge and abilities necessary to solve the multifaceted technological issues of present day society.
  • Empowering the people in rural and urban communities with computer education.

Academic Activites (2022-23)

Guest Lecture/Invited Lecture

S. No.

Date

Name and Designation of the Resource Person

Topic

Venue

Beneficiary

1 10-Sep-22 Mr.A.Karthikeyan,
Technical Lead, First American India Pvt., Bangalore
Cloud Technologies C1- 313 I & III B.Sc. CSCs, I B.Sc. AI & ML
2 19-Aug-22 Mr. R. Vigneshwarn, Mr.Sivabalan
Sr. Embedded Engineer, No.6, Sri Ragavendra Nagar, ThanneerPandal, VilankuruchiRoad, Coimbatore - 641 004
Industry-Internet of Things(IoT) Applications Seminar Hall III I &III B.Sc. CSCs, III B.Sc. CT

Seminar / Workshop Conferences organized

S. No.

Date

Nature of the Event (Conference/ Seminar / Workshop )

Number of External Participants

Title of the Event

Name & Designation of the Speakers

1 07-Sep-22 Workshop Interview Readiness and Communication Workshop Mr.StephenDinakaran,
Academic Relationship Manager-PAN India, Academin Interface Program (AIP), Human Resource,TATA Consultancy Service Ltd

Staff Recognitions

S. No.

Name of the Staff

Acted As

Name of the Programme

Date

Venue

1 Dr. R. Senthil Kumar Resource person IoT and its Applications 16-Sep-22 Vellalar College for Women, Erode
2 Dr. R. Senthil Kumar Resource person Internet of Things 30-Sep-22 Alagappa University, Karaikudi

Staff Participation

S. No.

Date

Name of the Faculty

Name of the Workshop/FDP/Training Programme

College

1 03-Aug-22 Mr.P.SakthiMurugan Work Stress Towards Employees in Post Covid Saveetha College of Liberal Arts and Science

Students Presentation

S. No.

Date

Name of the Student

Name of the Event

Name of the title

College

1 26-Aug-22 G. Dharmaraj National Conference Cotton Crop Monitoring and Filed analysis using IoT Installed Drones Dr. N.G.P. Arts and Science College

Students Participation

S. No.

Date

Name of The Student(s)

Event

College

Inter Collegiate / Inter Departmental

Prizes won

1. 05-Sep-22 G. Dharmaraj Teachers Day Celebration Dr. N.G.P. Arts and Science College Inter departmental 1st Prize
2. 10-Sep-22 R. Gnana Deepak Math art Dr. N.G.P. Arts and Science College Inter departmental 1st Prize
3. 10-Sep-22 R. Sabarish Math quiz Dr. N.G.P. Arts and Science College Inter departmental 2nd Prize
4. 10-Sep-22 S.Gowtham Math quiz Dr. N.G.P. Arts and Science College Inter departmental 2nd Prize
5. 10-Sep-22 S.Vinothini Math mehandi Dr. N.G.P. Arts and Science College Inter departmental 3rd Prize
6. 10-Sep-22 N.Geetha Math mehandi Dr. N.G.P. Arts and Science College Inter departmental 3rd Prize

Faculty Details

01. Professor & HOD i/c
Mrs.A.Nirmala
Dr. A. Nirmala
M. C. A., M. Phil., Ph. D.

nirmala@drngpasc.ac.in

Experience

Teaching: 19.7 years | Research: 15 Years

Specialization

Image Processing

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02. Professor
Senthil Kumar
Dr. R.Senthil Kumar
MCA., M.B.A., Ph. D.

senthilkumar.r@drngpasc.ac.in

Experience

Teaching: 14.6 years | Research: 7 Years

Specialization

Computer Networks, MANETs, IoT, Deep Learning

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03. Assistant Professor
Sakthi Murugan
Mr.P.Sakthi Murugan
M.Sc., M.Phil., NET., (Ph.D.)

sakthimurugan@drngpasc.ac.in

Experience

Teaching: 11.8 years | Research : 3 Years

Specialization

Data Mining and Warehousing

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PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The Curriculum is designed to attain the following learning goals which students shall accomplish by the time of their graduation:

  • To offer a sufficient core understanding about Computer Science and Cognitive based applications to the students.
  • Graduates will be engaged in a wide range of careers and/or graduate studies in computer science or related fields with a passion for lifelong learning.
  • Students able to complete successfully be able to computer program on their own. Sufficient programming skills will require the use of best practices.
  • To understand of professional, ethical, legal, security, and social issues and responsibilities of the computing profession.
  • Understand how technological advances impact society and the social, legal, ethical and cultural ramifications of computer technology and their usage.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

On the successful completion of the program, the following are the expected outcomes.

PO Number PO Statement
P01 The graduates are relied upon to apply mathematical foundations, algorithmic standards and software engineering hypothesis in displaying, plan and direct of trials just as information interpretation and analysis.
P02 Dissect an unpredictable computing issue and to apply principles of computing and other significant disciplines to recognize solutions.
P03 Graduates will create solid thinking aptitudes to empower them to take effective choices in key administration and promoting positions and get presented to bleeding edge improvements in computing technology innovations.
P04 Creating and executing solution based frameworks or potentially forms that address issues and additionally improve existing frameworks inside in a computing based industry.
P05 Implementation of cognitive-skill based solutions for the betterment of society keeping the environmental context in mind, be aware of professional ethics and be able to communicate effectively.

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