Master of Computer Applications(MCA)

Department has qualified, dedicated and experienced faculty, skilled technical staff and excellent state of the art laboratories. The department is involved in enhancing the Knowledge of students by providing Competitive environment by conducting various activities under student forum Bit- Shifter's. Faculty are involved in dedicated teaching & learning process and published many technical papers in various National and International journals.

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Vision

Prepare post-graduates embodied with competence and values to meet the challenges of Information Technology Industry.

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Mission

  • » m1: Providing state-of-the-art hardware and software infrastructure, enhancing competency of committed faculty to meet the requirements of industry.

  • » m2: Inculcating theoretical and practical foundations, and rendering hands-on experience on software tools to develop applications.

  • » m3: Organizing value addition courses and continuous industry-institute interactions for lifelong learning to bridge the gap between academia and industry.

  • » m4: Imbibing human values and ethics to make them socially responsible professionals.

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Program Educational Objectives

  • PEO 1: Postgraduates of the program will be able to develop real world applications using digital computing systems.

  • PEO 2: Postgraduates of the program will be able to choose professional career in software industry, research, entrepreneurship, academia and administrative services.

  • PEO 3: Postgraduates of the program will be able to design, implement and evaluate software applications.

  • PEO 4: Postgraduates of the program will be able to demonstrate interpersonal skills and lifelong learning attitude in their profession.

  • PEO 5: Postgraduates of the program will be able to address and solve ethically the issues related to profession, society and environment.

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Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

  • PSO 1: Apply the knowledge, techniques, and skills and use modern software in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

  • PSO 2: Analyze and design electrical / electronic circuits, interpret the results by conducting standard tests.

  • PSO 3: Use domain knowledge to pursue higher education, research and take up entrepreneurship.

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Program Specific Outcome

  • PSO 1: Apply the knowledge, techniques, and skills and use modern software in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

  • PSO 2: Analyze and design electrical / electronic circuits, interpret the results by conducting standard tests.

  • PSO 3: Use domain knowledge to pursue higher education, research and take up entrepreneurship.

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Program outcomes (POs): Engineering Graduates will be able to:

  • PO1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

  • PO2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

  • PO3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

  • PO4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

  • PO5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

  • PO6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

  • PO7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

  • PO8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

  • PO9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

  • PO10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

  • PO11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

  • PO12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Why you should choose
Master of Technology(MCA) @ KLE Institute of Technology

One amongst top engineering colleges globally, providing conducive teaching-learning environment, enabling transformation of young minds into competent engineers responsive to societal needs and values.

Highly Qualified Faculty
Enrolled Students
UG Programs
PG Programs

Faculty

Dr. V. S. Madalli

Dr. V. S. Madalli

PhD., Professor and HOD
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  • Mr. Prasanna B.

    Mr. Prasanna B.

    M. Tech., Associate Professor
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  • Mr. Shivanand M.

    Mr. Shivanand M.

    M. Tech., Asst. Professor
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  • Mr. Harshavardan

    Mr. Harshavardan

    M. Tech., Asst. Professor
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  • Mrs. Anupamma S. N.

    Mrs. Anupamma S. N.

    M.Tech., Asst. Professor
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  • Mrs. Jayasheela D. K.

    Mrs. Jayasheela D. K.

    M. Tech., Asst. Professor
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  • Mr. Puneeth N. Thotad

    Mr. Puneeth N. Thotad

    M.Tech., Asst. Professor
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  • Mr. Prashant M. B.

    Mr. Prashant M. B.

    M.Tech., Asst. Professor
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  • Supporting Staff

    Sup. Staff: Praveen I.

    Sup. Staff: Praveen I.

    Dip. EE, Instructor

    Amenities

    Admission through Karnataka Examination Authority (formarly called as CET): This quota is available only for Karnataka Candidates.
    For details please log on to Website: http://www.kea.kar.nic.in. during the month of Jan / Feb.

    Placement Cell @ EEE Dept.

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    Papers published(National & International) / Workshops Attended by Faculty

    • Faculty:- Dr. V. S. Madalli

      1. "Analysis of the Viscosity dependent parameters of Couple Stress Fluid in Porous Parallel Plates", Industrial Lubrication and Tribology 11/January/2018.

      2. “Non- Newtonian Fluid Model for Pressure- Driven Flow between Porous and Rough Surfaces in Journal Bearing” published in Journal of Porous Media, Volume 20 Issue 10 2017.

      3. “Analysis of Steaty Viscous Flow between Two Porous Disks” in Columbia International Publishing, Journal of Advance Computing, Vol. 5 No. 1 pp. 29-39, 2016

      4. “Laminar flow in a uniformly porous pipe” published in Indian J. pure appl. Math,March 2000

      5. “Long series analysis of laminar flow through parallel and uniformly porous walls of different permeability” published in Elsevier science –Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering,7 August 1997

      6. “Lubrication of a long porous slider” published in Elsevier science– Trilogy international Vol 28 Number 4 June 1995

    • Faculty:- Prof. Prasanna Bammigatti

      1. “Delegation in Role Based Access Control Model for Workflow Systems” is published in International Journal of Computer Science and Security (IJCSS) Vol (2) Issue (2) (April–2008)

      2. “ Generic -RBAC: Generic Role Based Access Control Model for Web Application” in IEEE Conference on Information and Technology at Bhubaneswar (Dec –2006)

      3. “Task dependent role hierarchy -RBAC Model” published in International Conference on Information & Communication Technology Dehradun (July-2007)

      4. “Attribute Based Dynamic Role Assignment for Users in RBAC Model” in International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Applications in Emerging, Technology and Sciences at Rajkot (Jan 2008)

      5. “Delegation in Workflow Systems Using RBAC” published in Annual International Conference on Infocomm Technologies in Competitive Strategies (ICT 2010) Dehradun.

      6. “Classification of Brain MRI Images” to be published in International Conference on Communication, Computation, Management and Nanotechnology (ICN -2011) to be held at REC Bhalki, Karnataka

      7. “Payment Domain for online transactions” presented at National Conference on E-Commerce at Belgaum

    • Faculty:- Prof. Mrs. Jayasheela Kallaganiger

      1. “Advanced Maximum Likelihood statistical estimation for incomplete data sets in CT system”, International Journal of Technology in Computer Science & Engineering, Volume 2(1) , March 2015 , pp 128-137

      2. “Android based mobile app as a solution to transportation logistic”, International Journal of Advanced Trends in Computer Science and Engineering (IJATCSE), Vol.2 , No.5, Pages :15-21 (2013) Special Issue of ICCECT 2013 -Held during September 20, 2013, Bangalore, India

      3. "CT Technology at Conference on Evolutionary Trends in Information technology" held in VTU Belgaum

    • Faculty:- Prof. Puneet N.Thotad
      1. “Parallel Median Filtering Enhanced by Applying Genetic Algorithm on CUDA Device” conducted in our college by MSRIT Alumni Association, 20 -May-2011.

      2. Paper entitled “Parallel Median Filter Enhanced by Applying Genetic Algorithm on CUDA Device” was accepted and presented in the Conference on Evolutionary Trends in Information Technology (CETIT 2011), VTU -Belgaum

    • Faculty:- Prof. Mrs. A. S. Nandeppanavar
      1. “Mobility Impact on Performance of Mobile Grids ” International Journal of Computer Science and Info rmation Security, Vol. 7, No. 1, 2010

    • Faculty:- Prof. Prashant M.Baluragi
      1. "Multimodal Feature Fusion For Cricket Video Summarization", International Journal of Research in Computer Science and Information Technology, ISSN 2319 –5010 ,ISRA: Journal Impact Factor of 1.15,24th June 2014

    • Faculty:- Prof. Shivanand Maradi

      Papers published/ Seminar/Workshop Attended

      1. "Networking Architectures" at Bahubali College of Engineering Shravanabelagola

    • Prof. Harshavardhan Naganur

      1. "Fruits Sorting and Grading Using Fuzzy Logic" in the IJARCET Journal.

    Workshops/ Seminars Conducted/Attended by Faculty

    • Faculty:- Dr. V. S. Madalli

      1. Workshops/ Seminars Conducted

        As a convenor for "5 Day workshop on "Data Analytics & Applications" conducted by MCA Dept. KLEIT from 24 to 28 July 2018.

      2. Resource person for FDP

        1. Invited as a Resource person for "Faculty Enrichment Programme" on subject "Discrete Mathematical Structures" on 27th to 31st July 2018. This programme is spronsored by TEQIP-1.3 and conducted by VTU Centre for PG Studies & Regional Office, Kalaburagi.

        2. Delivered a lecture as a resource person @ FDP in KLE Technological University on Applications of Differential Equactions and Transforms in Engineering Technology on April 6th & 7th 2017.

      3. Workshops/ Seminars Attended

        1. Attended Faculty Development Program(FDP) on “Mathematical and Computational Applications in Engineering”,(MCAE-2015) held from 5th to 9th January 2015.

        2. Two week ISTE workshop on “Fluid Mechanics” conducted by IIT Kharagpur from 20th May to 30th May 2014, held under the National Mission on Education through ICT(MHRD).

        3. Attended workshop on “Outcome Based Education” fr om 24 th to 25 th Jan, 2014, at KLEIT, Hubballi

        4. Attended “Ramanujan Mathematics Awareness Programme (RMAP - 2013) held on 1 st march 2013, at Bapuji Institute students and faculty chapter.

        5. Attended “Awareness training course on Root cause Analysis and Correctiv e action.

        6. Attended National workshop on “Scilab,Latex and other Free and Open Source Software” from 26 th to 30 th Jan, 2010.

    • Prasanna Bammigatti

      1. International Conference on Enabling ‘Make in India’ organized by K L E Technological University & IUCEE held on 06 - 01 - 2015 to 08 - 01 - 2016

      2. Attended a 4 - days VTU - VGST FDP on “Cloud Computing and Big Data”, organized by Department of Information Science and Engineering and Technology, Dharwad from 27 th to 30 th June 2015

      3. wo week ISTE workshop on “Computer Programmin g” conducted by IIT Bombay from 16th June to 21th June 2014, held under the National Mission on Education through ICT(MHRD).

      4. Iternational Conference on “Transformation in Engineering Education” organized by BVBCET held on 16th to 18th January 2014

    • Faculty:- Shivan and C .Maradi

      1. International Conference on Enabling ‘Make in India’ organized by K L E Technological University & IUCEE held on 06 - 01 - 2015 to 08 - 01 - 2016

      2. Attended Two - week ISTE Short Term Training Programme on “Pedagogy for Effective use of ICT in Enginee ring Education” conducted by IIT, Bombay from 5 th - 7 th and 19 th - 21 st January 2015 at KLEIT, Hubballi

      3. Participated in “TWO WEEK ISTE Main Workshop on Computer Programming” conducted by IIT, Mumbai from 20/05/2014 to 21/06/2014 at KLEIT, Hubballi

      4. Attended wo rkshop on “Outcome Based Education”, 24 th and 25 th January 2014 at K.L.E.I.T Hubli - 30

    • Faculty:- Anupama S Nandeppanava

      1. International Conference on Enabling ‘Make in India’ organized by K L E Technological University & IUCEE held on 06 - 01 - 2015 to 08 - 01 - 2016

      2. Attended workshop on “Outcome Based Education”, 24 th and 25 th January 2014 at K.L.E.I.T Hubli - 30

      3. Attended Two week ISTE workshop on “Computer Programming” conducted by IIT Bombay from 16th June to 21th June 2014, held under the National Mission on Education t hrough ICT (MHRD)

    • Faculty:- Prashant M. Baluragi

      1. 1. A ttended a workshop on "WHS791x: Technical Communication for Scientists and Engineers" a course of study offered by IITBombayX, an online learning initiative of Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. This online cour se, conducted between 8 October - 18 November 2015

      2. 2. A ttended a TWO - WEEK ISTE Short Term Training Programme (STTP) on Pedagogy for Effective use of ICT in Engineering Education ,This STTP is split into two parts - i] Face to Face interaction at Remote Ce nters: 5th - 7th January 2015 and 19th - 21st January 2015. ii] Online activities from our own place: 8th - 18th January 2015 and 22nd - 31st January 2015

    • Faculty:- Prof. Punit N. Totad

      1. 1. Attended a workshop on "WHS791x: Technical Communication for Scientists and Engineers " a course of study offered by IITBombayX, an online learning initiative of Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. This online course, conducted between 8 October - 18 November 2015

      2. 2. Attended a 4 - days VTU - VGST FDP on “Cloud Computing and Big Data”, organize d by Department of Information Science and Engineering and Technology, Dharwad from 27 th to 30 th June 2015

      3. 3. Attended a TWO - WEEK ISTE Short Term Training Programme (STTP) on Pedagogy for Effective use of ICT in Engineering Education ,This STTP is split in to two parts - i] Face to Face interaction at Remote Centers: 5th - 7th January 2015 and 19th - 21st January 2015. ii] Online activities from our own place: 8th - 18th January 2015 and 22nd - 31st January 2015.

    • Faculty:- Harshvardhan G. Naganur

      1. 1. Co - ordinated and P articipated in the Outcome Based Education workshop held on 24 &25 Jan 2014 at KLEIT, Hubballi

      2. 2. Participated in "TWO WEEK ISTE Workshop on Database Management Systems" conducted by IIT, Mumbai from 21/05/2013 to 31/05/2013 at KLEIT, Hubballi.

      3. 3. Participated in “TWO WEEK ISTE Main Workshop on Computer Programming” conducted by IIT, Mumbai from 20/05/2014 to 21/06/2014 at KLEIT, Hubball

      4. 4. Participated in “TWO - WEEK ISTE Short Term Training Programme (STTP) on Pedagogy for Effective use of ICT in Engineering Edu cation” from 8th - 18th January 2015 and 22nd - 31st January 2015 at KLEIT, Hubballi conducted by IIT, Mumbai at KLEIT, Hubball

      5. 5. Attended Workshop on "1. ORACLE form & Report Builders and 2. ORACLE DBA" from 22/06/2015 to 30/06/2015 at BVBCET, Hubballi.

      6. 6. At tended Faculty development programme on "Overview of ORACLE Ecosystems" from 30/11/2015 to 04/12/2015 at KPIT Campus, Pune

    • Faculty:- Jayasheela Kallaganiger

      1. 1. Attended workshop on “Outcome Based Education” held on 24 th and 25 th January, 2014 at KLEIT, Hubballi.

      2. 2. Attend ed Two - week ISTE workshop on “Computer Programming” conducted by IIT, Bombay from May 20 th , 2014 to June 21 st , 2014 at KLEIT, Hubballi.

      3. 3. Attended Two - week ISTE Short Term Training Programme on “ Pedagogy for Effective use o f ICT in Engineering Education” con ducted by IIT, Bombay from 5 th - 7 th and 19 th - 21 st January 2015 at KLEIT, Hubballi

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