Department Of MCA

VISION

  • To develop as a chief learning place for giving processing training instilling human qualities to explain worldwide difficulties.

VENTURE

The vision must be followed by the venture. It is not enough to stare up the steps – we must step up the stairs.

Goals are pursued with the word “GO” and visions with the word “VENTURE”. You can’t be living always in the promise of the cloud; it must rain now!”

No new venture occurs without mistakes. Dare to learn and grow through your mistakes–this is how mastery occurs!

MISSION

  • To engage understudies with learning, aptitudes and demeanor to create far reaching registering arrangements that addresses the requirements of the educated community, industry and society
  • To inulgate lifelong learning
  • To exceed expectations in instruction, research, consultancy and Industrial colloboration

VIRTUES

When virtues are pointed out first, flaws seem less insurmountable

We possess firmness and virtue enough to maintain what we consider the most enviable of all titles, the character of honest, hardwork and intelligence.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PEO:1. Graduates might invoke core knowledge acquired from program to contribute as competent technical professions at entry level / middle level in an Organization.

PEO:2. Graduates might evolve to possessing specialized domain knowledge through higher education

PEO:3. Graduates might utilize best practices bestowed by the program to excel as comprehensive entrepreneurs.

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.

PO:11: 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.

  Master of Computer Applications (MCA) is a three-year for regular students now it is just two-year for (lateral entry) to complete the professional Master’s Degree in computer applications awarded in Anna University Chennai. The post graduate program is designed to meet the growing demand for qualified professionals in the field of Information Technology. The MCA program is inclined more toward Application Development and thus has more emphasis on latest programming language and tools to develop better and faster applications.
MCA is a course exclusively designed to meet the requirements for IT trained students for various organizations. This course significantly emphasizes planning, designing and building of complex commercial application software and system software. The course also places equal importance on functional knowledge in various areas. The MCA course is not just a postgraduate course; it is also a complete professional grooming for students for a successful career in the IT Industry.

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SNo.NAMEDESIGNATIONQUALIFICATION   
1Mr.M.SakthivelAssociate Professor& HODM.C.A.
2Mr.R.PalanivelAssociate ProfessorM.C.A.
3Mr.R.JayabaAssistant ProfessorM.C.A.
4Mr.J.Senthil MuruganAssistant ProfessorM.C.A.,M.Tech.
5Mr.S.K.ManigandanAssistant ProfessorM.C.A.,M.Tech.
6Mr.D.DhayalanAssistant ProfessorM.C.A.
7Mrs.R.LathaAssistant ProfessorM.C.A.,M.E.
8Mr.Sankar.R
Assistant ProfessorM.C.A.
9Ms.V.ShaliniAssistant ProfessorM.C.A.
10Mr.Ashok KumarAssistant ProfessorM.C.A.
11Mr.S. ArulanandanAssistant ProfessorM.C.A.
12P.RekhaAssistant ProfessorM.C.A.
S.NoDateTopic&VenueSemesterChief Guest
2017-18(Odd Sem)
107-09-2017Mobile ComputingVDr.Thangaraj,Dept of IST,CEG Campus
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2016-17(Even Sem)
114-03-2017Data warehousing and data miningIVDr.S.Sendhil Kumar, AP(Sr), Department of IST, CEG Campus,Anna University, Chennai.
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2016-17(Odd Sem)
129-07-2016Mobile ComputingVDr.N.Thangaraj, AP, Department of IST, CEG Campus,Anna University, Chennai.
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2015-16
120-02-2016Data warehousing and data mining, Seminar Hall 1IVDr.Dhananjay Kumar, Professor , Department of IT, MIT Campus,Anna University, Chennai.
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206-08-2014Computer Networks, Lord Ayyappan Hall IIIP.Shanmuga Perumal, Assistant Professor [Senior Grade], Department of IST Engineering, Anna University, Chennai,
327-02-2014Operating System Pitfalls, Lord Ayyappan Hall --Dr.Baskaran
Anna University
4 24-08-201Computer graphics, Lord Ayyappan HallIIIDr.MALA NEHRU,Anna University
516-08-2013ADVANCE DATABASE, Lord Ayyappan HallVDr.R.BASKARAN,Anna University.
6 15-05-201operating System, Lord Ayyappan HallIIDr.G.S.Mahalakshmi,Anna University.
708-02-2013Resource Management Techniques,Lord Ayyappan HallIVDr.S.Paulraj,Associate Professor ,Anna University ,Chennai.
811-12-2012Data Base Management Systems, Lord Ayyappan HallIDr.Baskeran (Asst.Prof), Anna University,Chennai
906-12-2012Data Structure And Algorithm, Lord Ayyappan HallIHall Dr.Abirami (Asst.Prof), Anna University,Chennai
1025-02-2012System Software,Lord Ayyappan HallIVDr.Abirami, Anna University,Chennai-36
1120-01-2012Object Oriented Analysis and Design, Lord Ayyapan HallIVMr. Veerappaji Bittanakurike Shivanna, Senior Team Leader, Infosys.
1225-11-2012Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Lord Ayyapan HallI & IVMr. Roy Antony George Charles ,Senior Team Leader, Infosys.
1312-01-2012Core Java, Lord Ayyapan Hall
IVMr. Roy Antony George Charles ,Senior Team Leader, Infosys.
1410-12-2011Problem Solving Techniques, Lord Ayyapan HallIM.Priyadharshni[phD],CSE DEPT.Anna University,Chennai.
1525-11-2011Advancement in DBMS, Lord Ayyapan HallIDr.Abirami , Asst.Prof, Department of Computer Science and Engg, Anna University, Chennai.
1613-08-2011Mobile Computing, Lord Ayyapan HallVMr.Benjamin Joseph M.E, Asst.Professor, Anna University. Chennai.
1717-02-2011Advanced databaseIVDr.S.Abirami,M.E,PhD,Anna University,Chennai
1802-02-2011Mobile Computing, Lord Ayyapan HallVMr.A.Benjamin Joseph,B.E,M.E,[PhD]
1920-01-2011JAVA'S Layered Architecture-The Latest Trends and its Significance, Lord Ayyapan HallIVMs.Priyadharshini,Assistant Professor,Anna University,Chennai
2012-01-2011Data Mining Classification, Lord Ayyapan HallIIDr.K.Baskaran, Assistant Professor,Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Anna University, Chennai.
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S NoDATETitleVenueDepartment
111-02-2017
RTSD-17
CONVENTION CENTRECSE,IT,MCA
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228-08-2015
RECHZIG'15CONVENTION CENTRECSE,IT,MCA
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325-08-2014RECHZIG 14LORD AYYAPPAN HALLCSE, IT & MCA
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410-09-2013 RECHZIG 13LORD AYYAPPAN HALLCSE, IT & MCA in association with Computer Society of India
522-08-2012IWAY'12LORD AYYAPPAN HALLIT,CSE&MCA
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S.NoDateCompany & Place of visitSemester
Accompanying Staff
119-09-2017BSNL - ChennaiIII & VMr.D.Dhayalan
Mr.M.Sakthivel
S.R.Latha
Mr.J.Senthil Murugan
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230-01-2014BSNL - ChennaiII & IVMrs.V.Sujathabai
308-10-2011Infosys - ChennaiI & IIIMrs.V.Sujathabai
418-06-2011Infosys-BangaloreVMrs.V.Sujathabai
508-03-2011Kaavian Systems Private Limited,Vandalur,ChennaiII & IVMrs.V.Sujathabai