Information Science and
Engineering

COURSE DURATION

4 Years, 8 Semesters

Case studies and problem-based learning, brainstorming, group discussions, industrial training seminars and projects.

PLACEMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Placed in organizations specialising in products and services

Related to automobile industry, software solutions, product and technology.

QUALIFICATION / ELIGIBILITY

Pass in 10+2, A Level, IB, American 12th grade

Equivalent with Physics, Mathematics and English as compulsory subjects.

Contact Us

Campus Admission

+91 - 8025441722
admissions@hkbk.edu.in


Dr. A Syed Mustafa

Dr. A Syed Mustafa

Head of the Department

Overview

Established in the year 1997; the program of Information Science & Engineering aims at carving a niche in producing IT professionals who will be ready to meet the persona of the corporate world with challenging skills.

The department looks into the betterment of the students by providing them with all the facilities needed for their overall development and deploying students with mentors who look into their needs and provide with all the guidance and help needed.

The department has highly qualified faculty members who constantly upgrade to latest technologies and trends by attending Faculty development programs in various fields.

The students are also trained with new and emerging technologies through student development programs and workshops that are conducted outside the curriculum.

Students are encouraged to present quality projects in various organizations such as FOSS and KSCST. Many projects have received recognition and won cash prizes as well.

VISION

  •   To train skilled and ethical professionals with an ability to plan, design, develop, organize and man- age modern and traditional information systems with the knowledge of Information technologies, services and organizations globally.

MISSION

  •   To impart high quality engineering education in the field of Information Science & Technology with strong theoretical and extensive practical training methodologies through innovation and research to make world class engineers.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

    PEO-1 : To Empower Students through Wholesome Education to achieve academic excellent education in the field of Information Science and Engineering.
    PEO-2 : To Provide Students with in-depth disciplinary knowledge in Engineering fundamentals that require to succeed in Information Science and Engineering.
    PEO-3 : To Create Highly Qualified Professionals in multi-disciplinary areas with the knowledge of Information Technologies, Services Globally.
    PEO-4 : To Inculcate in Students Professional and Ethical attitude with a strong character with effective communication skills, teamwork skills, multidisciplinary approach, and an ability to relate Engineering issues to broader social context.
    PEO-5 : To Provide Students with an academic environment aware of advanced technological growth leading to life-long learning through innovation and research with professional ethics that uplifts mankind.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

    Professional Skills: An ability to identify and analyze requirements, and in designing and implementing well-tested technology solutions for rapidly changing computing problems and information system environments.
    Problem-Solving Skills:An ability to Design, develop and optimize solutions for information systems employing fundamentals of system hardware & software, graph theory, finite automata, data storage and communication networks.
    Collaborative Skills: An ability to communicate and develop leadership skills, and work effectively in team environments. They are capable of collaborating to design and implement well-tested solutions for rapidly changing computing problems and information system environments.
    Successful Career and Entrepreneurship Skills: An ability to adapt for innovation and changes and be successful in ethical professional careers along with the impact of computing on society, and platforms in creating innovative career paths to be an entrepreneur, and a zest for higher studies.

PLACEMENTS

Pragati Softech   
SL NoUSNNameBranch
11HK15IS046Prachi HolagiISE
TCS   
21HK15IS046Prachi HolagiISE
Infosys   
31HK15IS046PRACHI SURESH HOLAGIISE
41HK15IS025MAMTHA H LISE
ITC infortech   
51HK15IS060 Vandana Yadav                               ISE
Fustep   
61HK15IS026Mariam UmerISE
71HK15IS054Shifali KhanISE
81HK15IS023Shaishta TarannumISE
91HK15IS025Mamatha .H.SISE
Iugale Software   
101HK15IS007ANITHA PISE
111HK14IS031RUMAN PASHAISE
121HK15IS011BI BI KHATIJAISE
131HK15IS026MARIAM UMERISE
141HK14IS044VINAY PRATHAP NARAYANAISE
Atos syntel   
151HK15IS007ANITHA PISE
HP   
161HK15IS054Shifali KhanISE
171HK15IS008Ayesha Noorain RISE
181HK15IS011BI BI KHATIJAISE
191HK15IS023M Shaista TarannumISE
Q spider   
201HK15IS026Mariam UmerISE
211HK15IS037Nadiya SayediISE
ABC   
221HK15IS011BI BI KHATIJAISE
231HK15IS037Nadiya SayediISE
241HK15IS014Faraaz Ahmed ISE
Pinclick Date of the drive: 28/10/2017      
SL NoUSNNameMobile No Email IDSal/CTCBranch
11HK14IS029Rayna John8904592967rjrjraynajohn@gmail.com3.25ISE
Vee Technologies Drive Date-10/11/2018      
2HC0430Syed Mohammed Affaan8867108353smaffaan@gmail.com2.0 LacISE
3HC0430Rayna John8904592967raynajohn7@gmail.com2.0 LacISE
4HC0430Apoorva V9964049511apoorva.v.13.3@gmail.com2.0 LacISE
5HC0430YadavKavya DKIP9741911426yadavkavya@gmail.com2.0 LacISE
Global Shiksha      
61HK13IS002Asfiya Rahaman8971240586rahamanasfiya@gmail.com3.49LacISE
71HK13IS002Asfiya Rahaman8971240586rahamanasfiya@gmail.com3.49LacISE
Sonata Software      
81HK14IS023Nimi V.M.9035266489nimivmurali@gmail.com3.1ISE
Mindtree      
91HK14IS045Yadav Kavya Dilip9741911426yadavkavya97@gmail.com3.8ISE
Torry Harris      
101HK14IS023Nimi V M9035266489nimivmurali@gmail.com4.1ISE
ATTRA INFOTECH      
111HK13IS029Prithvi G Hardikar9538665258prithvighardikar@gmail.com4ISE
Slno USN NamePhone no email-id Company Placed
11HK13IS006Ayesha yunus modi8553294071ashyunus95@gmail.comCapgemini
21HK13IS010Deepak V8792560325deepak.v395@gmail.comArmentum
31HK13IS019Maunavi P U9535475813maunavi95@gmail.comTechmahindra
41HK13IS020Megha Tatti8762172420meghatatti302@gmail.comCapgemini
51HK13IS026Neethi Ramaiah7411780679neethi.ramaiah@gmail.comSunrise Biztech (Onhold)
61HK13IS033Sabah Zakir9845498766sabahzakir@gmail.comSunrise Biztech
71HK13IS034Sameera Sarvath9902569190sameera.sarvath01@gmail.comIBM
SL No Name Branch Branch  
1 HK12IS024 Rahul Raj ISE HP
2 1HK12IS002 Adiba Shafi .S ISE iGATE Global Solutions Ltd.
3 1HK12IS027 Shranya .U ISE iGATE Global Solutions Ltd.
41HK12IS036Varun K. NairISESilver Oak Health
51HK12IS003Aishwarya NathISETech Mahindra
61HK12IS008Chandana V.SISEVirtusa
71HK12IS019N Indumathi ISEVirtusa
81HK12IS025Preethi .SISEVirtusa
91HK12IS002Adiba Shafi .SISEVirtusa
10HK12IS027Shranya .UISEVirtusa
Engineering Knowledge Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
Problem Analysis Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.
Design/ Development of Solutions Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental considerations.
Conduct investigations of complex problems Using research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions.
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 under- standing of the limitations.
The Engineer and Society Apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice.
Environment and Sustainability Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
Ethics Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.
Individual and Team Work Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi disciplinary settings.
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.
Project Management and Finance Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of 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.
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.
Sl.No Staff Name Designation Qualification Experience
1 Dr. A. Syed Mustafa Professor and Head of the Department B.E, M.Tech, Ph.D 19 years
2 Dr. Saira Banu Atham Associate Professor B.E, M.E, Ph.D 15 years
3 Asghar Pasha Associate Professor B.E, M.Tech 19.5 years
4 Savithri Ramesh Associate Professor B.E, M.Tech 19.5 years
5 Sharavana .K Associate Professor B.E, M.Tech, [pursuing Ph.D] 13.10 years
6 Soumyashree Pattar Assistant Professor B.E, M.Tech, [pursuing Ph.D] 4.5 years
7 Aseema Sultana Assistant Professor B.E, M.Tech 5.3 years
8 Shagoufta Taskeen Assistant Professor B.E, M.Tech 2.6 years
9 Farnaz Khatoon Assistant Professor B.E, M.Tech 3.5 years
10 Reshma S Hebbar Assistant Professor B.E, M.Tech 4 years
11 Chandanita Chaterjee Assistant Professor B.E, M.Tech 12 years
12 Deepika Nair Assistant Professor B.E, M.Tech 5.8 years
13 A Deva Kumari Assistant Professor B.E, M.E 3.5 years
14 Syed Abrar Ahmed Assistant Professor B.E, M.Tech 8 years
15 B.Galeebathullah Assistant Professor B.E, M.E 10.5 Years
16 P.Devisivasankari Assistant Professor B.E, M.E, [pursuing Ph.D] 12.8 years
17 Heena Kouser Assistant Professor BE, MTech, [pursuing Ph.D] 14 years
Instructor Details
Sl.No Staff Name Designation Qualification Experience
1 Mr. Siva Kumar Reddy Instructor B.E 2 years
2 Mr. Noel Vaz Instructor Diploma CS 1 year
3 Mr. Vijay Kumar Instructor B.E 2 yeas

Network Laboratory/ MicroProcessor Laboratory

Carpet Area: 102.3(Sq.mt)
Major Equipments:
1. HP Desktops Dx 2480 [ 28 ]
2. Sharp PGF – 200X Projector
Details:
Networks Lab uses an event driven simulation tool widely known as NS2/NS3 which is used in studying the dynamic nature of communication networks. Simulation of wired as well as wireless network functions and protocols (e.g., routing algorithms, TCP, UDP) can be done using NS2. The Microprocessor lab provides practical exposure to the students on microprocessors, design and coding knowledge on 80x86 family/ ARM. It gives the knowledge and practical exposure on connectivity and execute of interfacing devices with 8086/ARM kit like LED displays, Keyboards, DAC/ADC, and various other devices.

Design & Analysis of Algorithms Laboratory / Data Structures Lab

Carpet Area: 105.4(Sq.mt)
Major Equipments:
1. HP Desktops Dx 2480 [ 29 ]
2. HP Desktop Compaq Pro 6300 [ 1 ]
3. Sharp XR – 10S Projector
Details:
In DAA lab, all problems are solved using Java language under Linux or Windows environment. The Eclipse IDE tool has been in use for the development and demonstration. Students will be able to apply and implement learned algorithm design techniques and data structuresto solve real-world problems. In DS Lab, all experiments are carried out using C language on windows environment.Students demonstrate the working nature of different types of data structures and their applications. They can develop, analyze and evaluate the searching and sorting algorithms. And will be able to choose the appropriate data structure for solving real world problems

Computer Programming Laboratory / File Structures Laboratory:

Carpet Area:105.4(Sq.mt)
Major Equipments:
1. HP 280 G1 MT Bussiness PC[20]
2. HP Desktop Dx 2700 [ 5 ]
3. Sharp PGLX – 2000 Projector
Details: In the FS Lab students will be able to Implement operations related to files and Evaluate performance of various file systems on given parameters. Students shall also develop mini project on the topics such as- Document processing, transaction management, indexing and hashing, buffer management, etc.

System Software & Operating Systems Laboratory / Web Programming Laboratory:

Carpet Area:105.4(Sq.mt)
Major Equipments:
1. HP D290 [ 17 ]
2. HP DX2280 [ 2 ]
3. Mercury PIG31U [ 1 ]
Details: In Web lab students will be able to understand the concepts of Web Application Terminologies, Internet Tools and other web services. They will be able to design and develop dynamic web pages using PHP and HTML concepts. Students shall also develop an application as part of the mini project.

Analog and Digital Electronics Laboratory/ DBMS Laboratory:

Carpet Area: 105.4(Sq.mt)
Details:
The ADE lab has various Electronic Devices like Signal generators, Digital Trainer Kits, components like Resistors, Capacitors, Op amp and Integrated Circuit. Using the above components, students can design and demonstrate various combinational logic circuits, counters and Registers using Flip-flops etc.
The DBMS Lab helps students implement the specified queries for the given problems using MySQL using Eclipse tool Windows environment. Students use a front end tool like Java or PHP to build applications as part of mini project.

Achievements

Faculty Development Programmes(FDP) Conducted:

2017-18
    Cyber Security and Forensics 9-10th January 2018

    System Software and Operating System Laboratory, 29th- 31st January 2018

    DBMS Lab with Mini Project and Computer Network, Aug 30 –Sep 3 2017
    MOODLE- Modular Object Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment”, 24th -25th Apr-2018

Achievements

Student Development Programmes(SDP) Conducted

2018-19
    Workshop on “IOT and Computer Networks” by JETKING, Dated: 27th Oct 2018.

    Campus to corporate program, 29th Oct 2018.
    Workshop on Object Oriented Programming with C++, 4-6 Feb 2019


2017-18
Workshop on “SQL and Java” Dated : 25th to 26th September 2017. Resource Person : Mr. Tulsi Acharya, Web Developer, Codilar Technologies
Workshop on “IoT Arduino Basics” Dated : 30th to 31st October 2017. Resource Person : LLPMr. AjitAshutoshKalle, Finesta Talent Transformation Services founder & Mr. Radha krishnan, Mr. Basavaraj, Mr. Chukkala &Ms. Sai Swetha from Pinpoint Educational Services.
Induction to Training Programme on “Advanced Embedded Systems Design” Dated : 4th to 7th Sep 2017. Resource Person : Mr. Rohit Prajapathi and V Pavan kumar, Field Application Engineer , EDGATE Technologies.
Workshop on “Object Oriented Programming with C++” Dated : 29th to 31st, Jan-2018 . Speakers: Prof. Aseema Sultana (ISE), Prof. Heena Kausar (ISE) and Dr. Syed Mustafa (HOD, ISE)
SDP on “Design and Analysis of Algorithms using JAVA” Dated : 10th Feb-2018 . Resource Person : Mr. Mohammed Sikander, Senior Software Engineer, Cranes Software; Bangalore
SDP on “Web Designing and Word Processing” for 1st PUC Students. Dated : 24th-Jan-2018. Presenters: Prof. Aseema Sultana, Prof. Farnaz Khatoon and Prof. Shagoufta Taskeen
Workshop on “Software Testing Tools” Dated : 9th to 10th February 2018 Resource Person : Ms.Sumathi H S,Senior software Tester,KPMG Global services
Workshop on “Carrier Guidance and Higher Studies” Dated : 28th Feb 2018. Resource Person : Mr. NAGA SAI KRISHNA. P , Senior Architect , Microsoft Tesco Unisys CTS, Bengaluru.

Industrial Visits

2017-18
    Infosys Limited, Electronics City, Bengaluru on 11/05/2017
    Microsoft India Private Limited, EGL Business Park, Bengaluru on 23/09/2017
    C-DAC Bengaluru, ON 15th November 2017
2018-19
    Infosys Limited, Mysore, 13th Nov 2018

Best Projects

2017-18
No Name of Students Name of the events Organization Name Prizes/Certificates
1 Sarah Zulfiqhar , Niha Fathima A.B, Noor Ayesha Siddiqua, Shafiya Tarannum Project Title: “Air and Noise pollution monitoring and hazardous Gas leakage detection system for Industrial Application” Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belagavi state level Cash Prize Amount Rs. 5,000/-
2 Monica Sales M, Sania Riza K, Syed Mohammed Affaan, Zaiba Khanum Project Title: “fortification of cold storage Management system For farmers using IoT” Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belagavi state level Cash Prize Amount Rs. 5,000/-
3 Mohammed Rayyan.S, Fayiq Ahmd K, Apoorva.V, Mohammed Irfan Khan VTU FOSS Group Project Title:”Smart Fire Extinguisher” VTU FOSS Group, VTU, Belagavi state level Cash Prize Amount Rs. 5,000/-
4 Mohammed Rayyan.S, Fayiq Ahmd K, Apoorva.V, Mohammed Irfan Khan Project Title: “Extensive and effective Fire Extinguishing system for Domestic Purposes” KSCST-41th Series of Student Project Programme : AY 2017-18; State level Cash Prize Amount Rs. 5,000/-
5 Mario Dominic.J, Nimi V M , Rayna John, Yadav Kavya Dilip Project Title: “Advanced active detection and prevention of water leakage in concealed pipes” KSCST-41th Series of Student Project Programme : AY 2017-18; State level Cash Prize Amount Rs. 5,000/-
6 Monica Sales M, Sania Riza K, Syed Mohammed Affaan, Zaiba Khanum Project Title: “fortification of cold storage Management system For farmers using IoT” KSCST-41th Series of Student Project Programme : AY 2017-18; State level Cash Prize Amount Rs. 5,000/-
7 Jenevie Divya John, Naghma Firdous, Noor Safiya Sadiq, Shamshia Taj Project Title: “Development of smart helmet for safety and accident detection using IoT” KSCST-41th Series of Student Project Programme : AY 2017-18; State level Cash Prize Amount Rs. 5,000/-
8 Mohammed Rayyan .S And Mario Dominic and Team Selected for state level seminar and exhibition Davangere on 10th - 11th August 2018 Selected

Various Other Events (Attended/Organized):

2018-19
    ISE Students participating in Swatch Bharath Abhiyan [2017-18]

    The ENIAC [Engineering Info-Science Aspirants for Computing] Club is a platform for students to organise and carry out various social and co-curricular activities. The dept. of ISE celebrated “ Thank You day” as part of the Club activity for the year 2017-18.

    ISE department participating in Reduce, Reuse & Recycle Paper Event conducted in November 2018[2018-19]
    Glimpses of ISE students and faculty participating in the event


    Parents- Teachers Meeting for 3rd, 5th and 7th semester students 2018-19 [19th Sept 2018]

    Parents- Teachers Meeting for 1st semester students 2018-19 [27th Oct 2018]

    Induction Program for First year students 2018-19

Innovation in Teaching

Innovation

HKBK BENEFITS

  • Strategic industry tie-upsFor industry exposure through live projects
  • Facilities for practical learning
  • Good placement opportunities
  • Ranked 5thamong private engineering colleges in India
  • Well-stocked libraries
  • Encouraging ideas
  • Fostering InnovationHKBK students build a formula car
  • World class Innovation Center
  • Green practices
  • State-of-the-art labs for innovation

PLACEMENTS

The placements at HKBK hold an impressive recruitment record since its inception. HKBK students are well placed and are found across industries around the country.

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