Computer Science Profile


The Department Of Computer Science was established during the academic year 1990 with the aim of bringing young talent in rural area in the field of Computer Science with the support of philanthropic management, talent and well experienced faculty, library, seminar hall. The department already produced 20 successful batches to the society. In the year 1998, a course in B.Sc., with Computer Science, Electronics was started. In the year 2012, a course in B.Sc., with Computer Science, Statistics was started.

Computer Science Laboratories:

The 530 square feet Computer Science Laboratory Equipped with high end configuration computer systems conducting computer fundamentals and programming language practical’s.

The 2000 square feet fully furnished library provided with internet facility, helping the students in providing knowledge base.


To be a leading center of excellence in computer science education, research, innovation, fostering a dynamic and inclusive learning environment.


  • Provide high-quality education in computer science, equipping students with theoretical knowledge and practical skills to excel in the rapidly evolving field.
  • Conduct cutting-edge research that contributes to the advancement of computer science and addresses real-world challenges.
  • Cultivate a collaborative and diverse community that encourages creativity, critical thinking, and ethical responsibility among students, faculty, and staff.
  • Foster partnerships with industry and other academic institutions to enhance opportunities for experiential learning, internships, and collaborative research.

Department Profile

Name of the Department: Computer Science

Year of the Established: 1990

Names of the U.G Courses offered: 04

B.Sc: Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science

B.Sc: Mathematics, Electronics, Computer Science

B.Sc: Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science

B.Com: Computer Applications

No. of Certificate Courses/Add-on Courses: 01


Computer Science departments typically have various policies to ensure effective operation and a positive academic environment. Some common policies may include:

  • Academic Integrity
  • Strict policies against plagiarism, cheating, and other forms of academic dishonesty.
  • Clear consequences for violations, which may include academic penalties.
  • Code of Conduct
  • Guidelines outlining expected behavior for students, faculty, and staff.
  • Procedures for addressing violations of the code of conduct.
  • Attendance and Punctuality
  • Policies regarding class attendance and expectations for punctuality.
  • Procedures for handling excused and unexcused absences.
  • Grading and Evaluation
  • Criteria for assessing student performance.
  • Processes for grade calculation, assignment submission, and feedback.
  • Use of Facilities and Resources
  • Guidelines for the use of computer labs, software, and other resources.
  • Procedures for reporting technical issues and requesting assistance.
  • Research Ethics
  • Policies promoting ethical conduct in research and the responsible use of technology.
  • Oversight mechanisms for research involving human subjects or sensitive data.
  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Commitment to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment.
  • Policies to prevent discrimination and harassment.
  • Advising and Counseling
  • Guidelines for academic advising and student counseling services.
  • Procedures for addressing academic or personal challenges.
  • Safety and Security
  • Protocols for ensuring the safety and security of students, faculty, and staff.
  • Guidelines for data security and responsible computing practices.
  • Professionalism
  • Expectations for professional behavior in academic and professional settings.
  • Guidelines for communication, collaboration, and teamwork.


  1. Access and Hours
  • Clearly defined operating hours and access protocols.
  • Procedures for after-hours use, if applicable.
  1. User Responsibilities
  • Guidelines for responsible and ethical use of lab resources.
  • Expectations regarding clean and organized workspaces.
  1. Equipment Usage:
  • Instructions on the proper use of computers, servers, and other equipment.
  • Reporting mechanisms for malfunctioning or damaged equipment.
  1. Software Usage:
  • Compliance with software licensing agreements.
  • Restrictions on installing unauthorized software.
  1. Security Measures:
  • Password policies for accessing lab resources.
  • Protocols for securing personal belongings.
  1. Network Usage:
  • Guidelines for responsible use of the network and internet.
  • Prohibitions against hacking or unauthorized network access.
  1. Data Management:
  • Protocols for data backup and storage.
  • Guidelines for handling sensitive or confidential information.
  1. Collaboration and Communication:
  • Expectations for collaboration and communication within the lab.
  • Guidelines for sharing resources and respecting others’ work.
  1. Emergency Procedures:
  • Clear instructions for evacuation procedures in case of emergencies.
  • Contact information for reporting safety concerns.
  1. Lab Supervisor and Staff Responsibilities:
  • Roles and responsibilities of lab supervisors and support staff.
  • Procedures for reporting issues and providing assistance.
  1. Incident Reporting:
  • Procedures for reporting accidents, damage, or security breaches.
  • Consequences for violating lab policies.
  1. Training and Orientation:
  • Mandatory training sessions for new users.
  • Periodic refresher courses on lab policies and safety.

Staff Profiles

1 I.V.SIVA  KUMAR HOD Download
2 CH.BALAVEERA Senior Lecturer Download
3 A.SHYAM KUMAR Lecturer Download



  • In charge of the Department
  • Class Work
  • Subjects Distribution
  • Syllabus completion and Class work Review
  • Conduct of Remedial Classes
  • Student Counselor
  • Grievance Cell
  • Member of Anti Ragging
  • And any other activity assigned by the College.
  • Class Work
  • Syllabus completion and Class work Review
  • Conduct of Remedial Classes
  • Student Counselor
  • And any other activity assigned by the College
  • Class Work
  • Syllabus completion and Class work Review
  • Conduct of Remedial Classes
  • Student Counselor
  • NAAC VI criteria Coordinator
  • And any other activity assigned by the College.

2016-2017 BCOM- COS Document – Download

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2020-2021 BCOM- COS Document – Download

2020-2021 BSC- COS Document – Download

B. Sc -Computer Science 20-21 PDF – Download

B.Sc Computerscience 2016-17 PDF – Download

Result analysis Bcom Document – Download

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