“EVERYONE SHOULD LEARN HOW TO CODE, IT TEACHES YOU HOW TO THINK”
Striking the delicate balance between theory and practice, the Computer Science and Engineering Department of St. Joseph’s College of Engineering and Technology Palai provides a well-rounded education through innovative methods to meet the needs of our students. Computer Science and Engineering Department has a unique blend of faculty and facilities that offers students a rare opportunity to do research and learn Computer Science in new collaborative ways.
To evolve as a school of computing with globally reputed centres of excellence and serve the changing needs of the industry and society.
- The department is committed in bringing out career oriented graduates who are industry ready through innovative practices of teaching and learning process
- To nurture professional approach, leadership qualities and moral values to the graduates by organizing various programs periodically
- To acquire self-sustainability and serve the society through research and consultancy
- PEO1: The graduates will have a successful career in industries associated with Computer Science and Engineering or as entrepreneurs.
- PEO2: To ensure that graduates will have the ability and attitude to adapt to emerging technological changes.
- PEO3: To enable graduates to pursue higher education and research.
After Successful Completion of the programme, the graduates will be able to
PSO 1: Analyze, design and develop computing solutions by applying foundational concepts of Computer Science and Engineering.
PSO 2: Apply software engineering principles and practices for developing quality software for scientific and business applications.
PSO 3: Adapt to emerging Information and Communication Technologies by providing innovative ideas and solutions to novel problems.
INTRODUCTION TO GODELS INCOMPLETENESS THEOREM
Expert talk on "Introduction to Godels Incompleteness Theorem" organized by Computer Society of India in association with IEEE Computer Society and ACM SJCET Palai. Resource person : Dr. Sharma V Thankachan, Professor, University of Central Florida, USA.
COMSOL MULTIPHYSICS FOR TEACHING AND RESEARCH
A webinar on ‘COMSOL Multiphysics for Teaching and Research’ was organised jointly by Departments of Computer Science Engineering and Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering.
Anonymous – One day Cyber Security Workshop.Resourse Person : Mr.Subhash Babu, Deputy Commandor, Cyberdom Organized by Department of Computer Science & Engineering in association with SJCET Startup Bootcamp – IEDC
Workshop on Django- opensource web framework in Python organized by International Centre for Free and Open Source Software jointly with Swanthara , Mozilla SJCET, Startup Bootcamp SJCET – IEDC and Department of Computer Science & Engineering.
Technical session on Agile Development organized by ACM SJCET jointly with Startup Bootcamp SJCET – IEDC and Department of Computer Science and Engineering. Resource person :Mr. U.S Vineesh,Wipro, Bangalore.
COURSES WE OFFER
B.Tech. Computer Science and Engineering (CSE)
An Engineering program which seamlessly articulates the concepts from basic science to technology with relevant practice through lab and projects for building the problem solving skills, keeping industry requirements in place. Students will develop competence in areas like Programming, Database Management Systems, Networks and Security, Operating Systems, Cloud Computing etc. To enable the students to keep pace with changing technological advances, the university has industrial tie-ups with Oracle and SAP. Studying these courses as a part of the curriculum would provide a WILD CARD entry to industry.
M.Tech. (Computer Science and Engineering)
Learners are matured in a specific area of specialization by extending their prior knowhow through meticulous set of advanced courses with a dissertation to showcase their research potential. The focus for thesis is to solve an industry centric problem.
INITIATIVES BEYOND THE CLASS ROOM
CENTRE FOR RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
Research and Development center is an integral part of the activities of St. Joseph’s College of Engineering and Technology. Our Dept R&D center has initiated consultancy works, students projects and many projects which satisfy the requirements of the college, the center has also initiated many training programmes for the faculty and students.
Tech Talkies is the department magazine series launched by the students of Computer Science and Engineering. It provides a platform for the students to inform and promote advances and innovations in Computer Science. It contains in-depth articles about latest technologies in the field of Computer Science and Engineering.It also includes research ideas and papers of faculty also.
A quality circle is a volunteer group composed of staffs and students, who do the same or similar work, usually under the leadership of their own supervisor (or an elected team leader), who meet regularly in paid time who are trained to identify, analyze and solve work-related problems and present their solutions to management and where possible implement the solutions themselves in order to improve the performance of the organization, and motivate and enrich the work of employees. When matured, true quality circles become self-managing, having gained the confidence of management.
SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT CENTER
Software Development Center in SJCET has started in 2016 as a part of ‘Make in SJCET’ movement. SDC flourishes under the auspices of the Computer Science Engineering department of St. Joseph’s College of Engineering and Technology, Palai as a part of ‘Make in SJCET’ movement. It addresses not only the technology developing needs of the host college but also provides technical assistance and technology development for external clients as well.
LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Learning Management System (LMS) designed to complement classroom instruction and engage students in online activities , assignments and discussions, examinations, wikies that allow for deeper participation inside and outside the classroom.
SPOKEN TUTORIAL REMOTE CENTER
SJCET Palai is the resource center for promoting Spoken Tutorial Project – IIT Bombay, an initiative of National Mission through ICT, MHRD, Govt. of India. The Spoken Tutorial Project is the initiative of the ‘Talk to a Teacher’ activity of the NMEICT. SJCET Palai SPOKEN TUTORIAL REMOTE CENTER will be conducting workshops on Linux, Scilab, PHP & MySQL, Python, Java, C/C++, OpenFOAM, Blender, K-Turtle, Oscad, GIMP etc. Department of Computer Science & Engineering coordinating this in the college.
NPTEL LOCAL CHAPTER
NPTEL is the largest repository of online courses in Engineering, Science & Humanities from India’s best Institutes. Students can experience class room like learning from the experts. SJCET Palai is now a Local Chapter of NPTEL. The students of SJCET can access all the courses of NPTEL even without an Internet connection. More than 350 + courses on Engineering, Science & Technology is available locally at SJCET Palai Server. The students can apply for scholarships provided by companies like Aricent. The students who pass the examination are also eligible for a certificate from reputed IIT’s. To join the online courses
IIT BOMBAY REMOTE CENTER
SJCET Palai is a remote center of IIT Bombay and IIT Kharagpur. Over 6 years ago, IIT Bombay started conducting ISTE training programmes for empowering teachers of this college. Started to engage several teachers at a time, in subject specific training workshops of two week duration. Together with IIT Kharagpur- a partner Institution in this project, mandated through a funded project from the National Mission on Education using ICT (NME-ICT) of MHRD, to train teachers in several such workshops.
GOOGLE STUDENT CLUB
Department of Computer Science & Engineering has collaborated with Google through Developer Student Club to help the students to build their mobile and web development skills and knowledge.
Red Hat Academy turns academic institutions into centers for enterprise-ready talent by outfitting them with Red Hat Training. This comes in the form of hands-on instruction, curriculum, labs, performance-based testing, and instructor support.
PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS
COMPUTER SOCIETY OF INDIA
Computer Society of India is the first and largest body of computer professionals in India. It was started on 6 March 1965 by a few computer professionals and has now grown to be the national body representing computer professionals. It has 72 chapters across India, 511 student branches, and 100,000 members.
THE ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTING MACHINERY
The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) is an international learned society for computing. It was founded in 1947 and is the world’s largest scientific and educational computing society. A student chapter of ACM is working in St. Joseph’s College of Engineering & Technology, Palai
Student Chapter provide unique opportunities for networking, mentoring and bonding over common interests. They provide support both within the student community and to local communities outside the institution.
IEEE COMPUTER SOCIETY
The IEEE Computer Society is a professional society of IEEE. Its purpose and scope is to advance the theory, practice, and application of computer and information processing science and technology and the professional standing of its members. The CS is the largest of 38 technical societies organized under the IEEE Technical Activities Board.
The Computer Science & Engineering Association (CSEA) of St. Josephs College of Engineering & Technology was established in the year 2004.All teaching and non teaching staffs as well as students of Computer Science Department are members of the CSEA by default.
ANNUAL DEVELOPER CONFERENCE GOOGLE I/O 2018
Our Alumni Sethu Sathyan (Computer Science and Engineering Batch 2012-16), invited by Google to attend their annual developer conference Google I/O 2018 held on May 8-10 at Mountain View, California as a community partner and an active contributor in Google Developers ecosystem.
I/O brings together developers from around the globe for talks, hands-on learning with Google experts, and a first look at Google’s latest developer products. There was a series of keynote sessions which take a broader look at how the technology we build can impact the world around us which includes the keynote by Sundar Pichai.
Congratulations!!! Sethu Sathyan . We, SJCET Family is proud of your achievement
As a kid, many people get asked different variations of the same question: “What has been your best experience?” And even at that age, there are many joyful moments to consider birthday parties, trips to the local amusement park, and bicycle-riding lessons. But often, it is not until your adult life that you go through many of your most valuable events. Personally though, I consider my time in college as my most valuable experience and each experience in college has strengthen me in my career.
I graduated from SJCET, Palai in Computer Science . My experience in college has given me a chance to sharpen my skills in my field of choice and the things I learned during my tenure as a student helped me to get through training at Infosys. Apart from training, the experience the college provided me with, helps me to achieve my day-to-day goals at work as a Full Stack Developer in Java.
In addition to the good education, my teachers helped me in my overall personality growth. With their guidance, I am able to do well in this industry, both technically and verbally. Only with their support, I was able to transform myself into a better orator and prepare myself to be industry ready. To conclude, my time in college has enriched my life in many ways. It has provided me with the necessary tools to enhance my skills more, taught me valuable knowledge and concepts. It also has stressed to me the importance of thinking critically and asking questions in many situations. All these aspects of college have also made me more well-rounded as a person. The experiences are truly irreplaceable and I would not trade them for anything. If I could go back in time and speak to my much younger self when I was first asked the question, “What has been your best experience?” the baby-faced version of me would certainly have been surprised by what my answer is now
Senior Systems Engineer
Dept. of CSE
SJCET had setup a strong platform for me to build my profile during the 4 years of college. Currently I am working with Infosys as a web developer. All the ideas, technical knowledge and product knowledge I received during college is helping me a lot in my work now. Also I am leading the Google Women Tech Makers Chapter in Trivandrum city. SJCET has been a great contributor towards the development of my technical and leadership skills. Four years of college life was an amazing platform to collaborate with a lot of people passionate about science and technology. My journey started with an All India IEEE event during my second year, where I met a lot of likeminded people working together.
Every single faculty from the college was always around to lend a helping hand and to guide me in whatever area I needed help with. The NASSCOM Startup event in 2015 was one such occasion where the faculty from my department went through a rigorous schedule to guide us through the event. I still remember the confidence they were able to instil upon our team. Winning the award for best startup product idea in that event is one of the most memorable events from my college life. Also the recognition given by Anita B.org through Grace Hopper Scholarship during my final year wouldn’t have been possible without the strong recommendation letter from the CS department. Being one among the 100 scholars selected from 2500+ applicants across India to attend the GHCI event is the best thing a CS student could get. I would really recommend all the women students interested in computer science and technology to apply for this scholarship.
It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that my level of confidence and technical abilities were moulded in the campus thanks to the expert help from all he faculty. There is always room for a science enthusiast in the college and they have the resources to guide you through the long hard road to building fantastic professional career.
Invitee – Annual Developer Conference Google I/O 2018
Dept. of CSE
STUDENT ACTIVITIES & ACHIEVEMENTS
SMART INDIA HACKATHON 2018 WINNERS
Congratulations to Team Kryptonite 6.Reon Saji, Praveen K S, Sandeep Salmon, Smitha John, Hanna George and Neethu Naduvathettu of St. Joseph’s College of Engineering and Technology, Palai bagged the All India Persistent Inspiration Award at the 2nd Smart India Hackathon, which is the worlds biggest Hackathon organized by AICTE, MHRD and MyGov.
STARTUP WEEKEND KOCHI
Startup Weekend is a 54-hour weekend event, during which groups of developers, business managers, startup enthusiasts, students, graphic artists and more pitch ideas for new startup companies, form teams around those ideas, and work to develop a working prototype, demo, or presentation by Sunday evening. Startup Weekend has grown into an organization with a global presence.
DSC SUMMIT 2018
As a Developer Student Club Lead of St. Joseph’s College of Engineering and Technology, Palai, Reon Saji got the opportunity to attend World’s first DSC Summit in Goa. The summit focused on skills/knowledge helpful for the student Leads to impact their campus/community.
GHCI 17 STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
Pritika Merryl Prasad, Stefy Thomas & Sheby Mariam Babu of Seventh Semester Computer Science & Engineering students are selected for the Grace Hopper Celebration India’s GHCI 17 student scholarship award. The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing is presented by the Anita Borg Institute for Women in Technology and the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
Congratulations!!! On your achievement.
Students from Department of Computer Science and Engineering participating in Kerala’s Biggest Developer Conference DEVELOPER WEEKEND held at Trivandrum by bHub. In the nutshell it is the complete community-driven event for developers to meet and learn new things in an effective manner
Stefy Thomas and Aleena Ajay. Students from St. Joseph’s College of Engineering & Technology, Palai sharing there experience about the NGO and Women initiated events at Google Developers group event -“WOMEN TECHMAKERS” . Congratulations
GOOGLE APPLIED CS WITH ANDROID FACILITATOR
Applied CS is a free online course by Google designed to prepare students for their CS career through hands on coding experience. Congratulations!!! Reon Saji , Third Semester Computer Science & Engineering student for being selected as the facilitator for the Google Applied CS with ANDROID
MOZILLA FIREFOX QUANTUM SPRINT
Mozilla Firefox Quantum Sprint at St. Joseph’s College of Engineering & Technology, Palai. As Mozilla launches their new and improved version of Firefox with a new browser engine, Mozilla SJCET conduct Firefox quantum spirit with a day of installation, talks and also tested several pages with the objective of seeing if there are any flaws.
6TH CSI-INAPP NATIONAL PROJECT COMPETITION 2017
Congratulations to Avees Joseph, Jerin Thomas, Aiswarya Sambath and Anjaly Manuel (Final year Computer Science Engineering students) who emerged as first runners up of National level student project competition jointly organized by Computer Society of India (CSI) and In App Solutions.
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LAB
SOFTWARE ENGINEERING LAB
COMPUTER GRAPHICS LAB
ADVANCED COMPUTING LAB
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