Computer Science Department
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Computer Science & Engineering

Latest Notices

  • 2016-07-21  Time Table for III, V and VII Sem session 2016-17...more info 

Faculty

Associate Professors

  • Dr. Ajeet Singh Poonia
  • Associate Professor
  • Ph.D, M.Tech
  • pooniaji@gmail.com

Assistant Professors

  • Ms. Sunita Choudhary
  • Assistant Professor & HOD
  • M.Tech
  • sunitadangi@gmail.com, computer@cet-gov.ac.in
  • Mr. Devendra Tiwari
  • Assistant Professor
  • M.E. (On Academic Leave, Pursuing Ph.D, NSIT, New Delhi)
  • devendratiwari@cet-gov.ac.in
  • Mr. Laxman Singh Khangarot
  • Assistant Professor
  • M.Tech, IIT Roorkee
  • laxman2k8@yahoo.co.in
  • Mr. Kapil Pandey
  • Assistant Professor
  • M.Tech (IIT Roorkee), (On academic leave pursuing Ph.D. IIT Roorkee)
  • pandeykapil2003@gmail.com
  • Mr. Dharmendra Yadav
  • Assistant Professor
  • M.Tech, (On leave pursuing Ph.D.)
  • dyadav@cet-gov.ac.in
  • Mr. Abhishek Purohit
  • Assistant Professor
  • M.Tech.
  • erabhishek.purohit@gmail.com
  • Mr. Jai Bhaskar
  • Assistant Professor
  • M.Tech (Central University Rajasthan)
  • jaibhaskar@cet-gov.ac.in
  • Ms. Gagandeep Kaur
  • Assistant Professor
  • M.Tech
  • gagandeep.1113@gmail.com
  • Ms. Neeraj Choudhary
  • Assistant Professor
  • M.Tech (NIT Jalandhar)
  • neerajchoudary@yahoo.com, neerajchoudhary@cet-gov.in
  • Mr. Sandeep Kumar
  • Assistant Professor
  • M.E. (BITS Pilani)
  • kumarsandeep.bits@gmail.com, sandeepkumar@cet-gov.in
  • Mr. Devender Singh Daila
  • Assistant Professor
  • M.Tech
  • devenderdaila@gmail.com
  • Mr. Kartar Singh Siddharth
  • Assistant Professor
  • M.Tech (NIT Jalandhar)
  • kssiddharth@cet-gov.ac.in
CSE Details

Departmental Details for Session 2015-16 First Half (Odd Semesters)

Time table 2015-16 Odd Semesters

Time table 2015-16 Odd Semesters (Faculty wise)

Total Instruments in Lab

Report of departmental activities

Faculty details of leaves and loads 2015-16 (First Half)

Details of Faculty:

S.No.
Faculty Name
Designation
Profile
Subject Breakups / Lecture Plans
Others
1
Ajeet Singh Poonia
Associate Professor
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Students Attendence
2
Ms. Sunita Choudhary
Assistant Professor
View Here
Operating System

3
Dharmendra Yadav
Assistant Professor
View Here
Profile
Workshop Details
Linux & ISS
Web development Lab
Web development syllabus covered


4
Abhishek Purohit
Assistant Professor
Resume
Cloud Computing: Break up Syllabus covered
UML Lab: break-up syllabus covered
Web Development Lab: break-up 
syllabus covered

5
Gagandeep Kaur
Assistant Professor
Profile STC details
CA: break-up, covering
ISS: break-up, covering
OS: break-up, syllabus

6
Neeraj Chaudhary
Assistant Professor

DBMS: breakup, Covering

7
Kartar Singh Siddharth
Assistant Professor
Profile
DMWH lecture Plan
Linux Lecture Plan

8
Kapil Pandey
Assistant Professor
CV
Course Plan: DSA
Projects
Training Seminars

9
Laxman Singh
Assistant Professor



10
Devender Daila
Assistant Professor



12 Jai Bhaskar Assistant Professor


Guest Faculty
1 Murli Manohar Sharma Guest Faculty CV Lecture Plans: ADBMS, ADS, Compiler
Lab Plans: Compiler


Details of Non-Teaching Staff

S. No. Name Designation Profile
1 Manoj Ranga Computer Technician View
2 Sanjay Kiradoo Computer Technician View
3 Siddharth Suthar Technical Assistant View
4 Kiran Choudhary Technical Assistant View


Computer science is the study of the theoretical foundations of information and computation, and of practical techniques for their implementation and application in computer systems. It is frequently described as the systematic study of algorithmic processes that describe and transform information; the fundamental question underlying computer science is, "What can be (efficiently) automated?" Computer science has many sub-fields; some, such as computer graphics, emphasize the computation of specific results, while others, such as computational complexity theory, study the properties of computational problems. Still others focus on the challenges in implementing computations. For example, programming language theory studies approaches to describing computations, while computer programming applies specific programming languages to solve specific computational problems, and human-computer interaction focuses on the challenges in making computers and computations useful, usable, and universally accessible to people. The general public sometimes confuses computer science with vocational areas that deal with computers (such as information technology), or think that it relates to their own experience of computers, which typically involves activities such as gaming, web-browsing, and word-processing. However, the focus of computer science is more on understanding the properties of the programs used to implement software such as games and web-browsers, and using that understanding to create new programs or improve existing ones.

Computer science is a theoretical study of computation and algorithmic reasoning. These programs often feature the theory of computation, analysis of algorithms, formal methods, concurrency theory, databases, computer graphics and systems analysis, among others. They typically also teach computer programming, but treat it as a vessel for the support of other fields of computer science rather than a central focus of high-level study. Computer science, emphasize the practice of advanced programming rather than the theory of algorithms and computation in their computer science curricula. Such curricula tend to focus on those skills that are important to workers entering the software industry. The practical aspects of computer programming are often referred to as software engineering. However, there is a lot of disagreement over the meaning of the term, and whether or not it is the same thing as programming.