DEPARTMENT OF MASTER IN COMPUTER APPLICATION

SL Name of the Faculty Designation DEPT Date of Joining  Qualification BPUT Regd. No
1 DR. SUNEETA SATPATHY ASST.PROF.-MCA MCA 24.07.2007 Ph.D T080521901 

MCA is a wide field of study spanning over information processing and computation . Its wide application to almost every discipline contributed to its fastest growth, interest and research. Here we tried to broadly categorized computer science and present few latest seminar topics under it.

Some of the seminar topics presented by our MCA students are as follows:

    1. Portable Camera-Based Assistive Text and Product Label Reading From Hand-Held Objects for Blind Persons.
    2. Network Intrusion detection and Counter measure selection in virtual network systems.
    3. Mining Web Graphs for Recommendations.
    4. Message Queue Telemetry Transport - MQTT
    5. Efficient Processing of Semantic Web Queries in Hbase and MySQL Cluster
    6. Network security with quantum cryptography
    7. Load Balancing in Parallel Computers
    8. Load Balancing in Internet
    9. Expert Systems and decision making
    10. Agent Based Systems and Applications
    11. Routing In Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
    12. Multicasting in Ad Hoc Networks
    13. Wireless Network Devices and digital convergence
    14. Mobile ad hoc network (MANET)
    15. Radio Network Controller for 3G mobile and wireless network devices
    16. Next Generation Protocol (IPv6)
    17. Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP)
    18. Computational Methods for Bankruptcy Prediction
    19. Privacy Preserving Data Mining
    20. Biometrics Authentication systems
    21. Palm print Authentication Application
    22. Security in Mobile Database Systems
    23. Information or Data Visualizing Techniques
    24. Digital Watermarking Applications and Advantages
    25. Intrusion Detection System
    26. Embedded Auditors for Intrusion Detection
MCA STUDENT PROJECTS LIST – 2011 - 2014

S.No

NAME OF THE INTERNAL GUIDE

REG. NO. OF THE STUDENT

NAME OF THE STUDENTS

TITLE OF THE PROJECT

01

Prof. Debasisha Sahu

 1105219002

NISHIPADMA KUNDU

SMART CITY

02

1105219007

PIYALI RANI AICH

03

Prof. Debasisha Sahu

1105219006

SIPRA RANA

ADMINSTRATIVE  IN GOVERNANCE

04

Prof. Manas Ranjan Chowdhury

1105219005

SASABINDU MEHER

ONLINE BEAUTY SHOP

MCA STUDENT PROJECTS LIST – 2010 - 2013

S.No

NAME OF THE INTERNAL GUIDE

REG. NO. OF THE STUDENT

NAME OF THE STUDENTS

TITLE OF THE PROJECT

01

Prof. B. B. Biswal

1005219001

 ABINASH KANDA

NETWORK INTRUSION DETECTION SYSTEM

02

1005219002

 AMRITA PANDA

03

Prof. Manas Ranjan Chowdhury

1005219003

 BABITA BEHERA

TRAVEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

04

1005219004

 BARSARANI JENA

05

Prof. Debasisha Sahu

1005219005

 BIJAYINI SAMAL

EMPLOYEE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

06

1005219006

 DEEPAK KUMAR BIHARI

07

Prof. Kharabela Parida

1005219007

 GAGAN BIHARI SAHU

OPTIMIZATION OF QUERY PROCESSING IN XML DOCUMENT

08

1005219008

 INDULATA SHUKLA

09

Prof. Sangram Keshari
Nayak

1005219008

 INDULATA SHUKLA

EMPLOYEE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

10

1005219009

 JIBAN JYOTI SWAIN

11

1005219010

 JYOTIREKHA SAHOO

12

Prof. Kamakhya Narayan Singh

1005219012

 MANORANJAN PUHAN

WEB ENABLED AUTOMATION MANUFACTURING SYSTEM

13

1005219013

 NAMRATA PANDA

14

1005219014

 NIHAR RANJAN PATEL

15

Prof.Omm Prakash Jena

1005219015

 PRACHITA MALLICK  

LIBRARY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

16

1005219016

 RABIKANTA PANDA

17

1005219017

 RAJASHREE MOHAPATRA

18

Prof. Bibhuti Bhusan Ratha.

1005219018

 SAMARENDRA BEHERA

SECURE BASED DATA FORWARDING CRYPTOGRAGH TECHNIQUE

19

1005219019

 SAMPAD MANDAL

20

1005219020

 SANDEEP KUMAR SUBUDHI

21

Prof. S Manju

1005219021

 SANJUKTA PRADHAN

BANKING ONLINE SECURITY SYSTEM

22

1005219022

 SHAKTISWARUP SAHOO

23

1005219023

 SOUMYA RANJAN BHOI

24

Ms. S Santa Devi

1005219024

 SUBRAT KUMAR BEURA

DEVELOP REPLICA FREE REPOSITORIES USING GENERIC PROGRAMMING

25

1005219025

 SUCHARITA BHANJA

26

1005219026

 SUDHANSU SEKHAR MAHAKHUD

27

Prof. Omm Prakash Jena

1005219027

 SWAGATIKA MOHANTY

DEVELOPMENT OF AUTHENTICATED INTERACTIVE AND DYNAMIC AUCTION BID PORTAL

28

1005219028

 SWARUP KUMAR SAHU

29

1005219029

 PARBATI BARIK

30

  Prof. Debasisha Sahu

1005219030

 SMITA SAHOO

PROOF OF AUTHENTICATION AND SECURITY FOR LARGE FILES AT UNTRUSTED DATABASE

31

1005219031

 SUNEETA SAHU

32

1005219032

BISWARANJAN MOHAPATRA

33

1005219033

RAKESH CHANDRA PRADHAN

As MCA course is highly application oriented , therefore to facilitate the students to get practical exposure we provides high end labs with latest technology . So the department is running with the following distinct laboratories.

 Computer Programming Lab

 Data Structure Lab

 MicroProcessor Lab

 Object Oriented System Lab

 Database Management System Lab

 Computer Graphics Lab

 Computer Network Lab

 Adv. Java Lab

 Operating System Lab

 Adv. Java Lab

 OOAD

 Seminar Lab

 Project Lab

The students societies are the pivot around which the extra-curricular activities of the Institute revolve and play a significant role in the Institute life of the students. They serve as an important adjunct to course work also since it sponsors lectures by eminent engineers, debates, competitions, general knowledge quiz, essay competitions and various technical programmes and, in general, stimulate interest in the diverse spheres of a student’s life including games and sports. It provides ample opportunities for the students to develop their abilities in fine arts by conducting music competitions, dramatics, etc. This encourages emotional integration amongst students to a very great extent.

Main Aims and Objectives

1. To promote disciplined corporate, intellectual, civic and cultural life amongst students.
2. To foster activities to bring out the creative talent of the students.
3. To promote study (including discussion) of subjects of national and international importance.
4. To encourage amongst students, awareness of the responsibilities of an individual in democratic society.
5. To promote social service activities.
6. To know the latest developments.

Co-curricular Activities:

1. Seminars : The students are required to deliver a seminar based on advance softwares, research, domain knowledge and technology in the alternate semester. It is one of the requirement of partial fulfilment of the curriculum and also expose students to the recent knowledge in this subject.

2. Projects : The students are required to undertake a project in every even semester. It is also requirement of partial fulfillment of the curriculum. It gives students the knowledge of developing the softwares by following the scientific way of software development.

3. Paper Presentation : Department hold the paper presentation competition to acquaint students with the methodology of writing research papers and the presentation skills. 4. Advance training programme : Department organised need based advance training programes for the students to built technical competancy and hands on new technology.

5. Guest Lectures : The guest lectures of the industry experts, educationalists and domain experts are organised to prepare students to face industry challenges.

6. Aptitude test, technical test , Group discussions (Soft skill development) : Department conducts these tests weekly to improve aptitude, technical skill and to build leadership quality. To improve communication and public speaking skill.

Extra-curricular Activities:

Department organized extra-curricular activities to built the personality of the students and to motivate students to participate in social activities.

1. Debate Competition : Department organized inter collegiate debate competition every year in the month of September on the occasion of Teachers Day. It gives experience to the students to organize the events and also present their views on various burning topics.

2. Participation in Youth Festival : The students of this department participated in the youth festival of BPUT and demonstrated their skill in the cultural activities like Group songs, Skit, Mime etc.

3. Participation in University Sports: The students of this department represented University for inter University sports.

4. Deptt. organizes intramural sports in every semester to develop sportsmanship and to demonstrate the sports skill.

5. Social gathering: In every year department organized a cultural gathering and provide the students a platform to exhibit their skill in the cultural activity.

B.B.Biswal “A Novel Approach to Query Based Sentence Extraction “, published in the International Journal of Electronics Communication and Computer Engineering “ ISSN: 2249-071X, Reg. No.: 62575/BPL/CE/2012.

[1] Satpathy Suneeta, Sateesh Pradhan, and B.N.B Ray “A Decision Driven Computer Forensic Classification using ID3 Algorithm”, published in Springer book Series Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, International Conference on Intelligent Computing, Communication & Devices, April 18-19, 2014.

[2] Satpathy Suneeta, Sateesh Pradhan, and B.N.B Ray “Application of data fusion methodology for computer forensics dataset analysis to resolve data quality issues in predictive digital evidence”, published in the International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security, volume-7, Number 1 pp 16- 23, Dec 2012 http://dx.doi.org/10.5769/J201201002

[3] Satpathy Suneeta, Sateesh Pradhan, and B.N.B Ray “Rule based Decision Mining with JDL Data Fusion model for Computer Forensics: A Hypothetical Case Study ”, published in the International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security, volume-9, Number 12 pp 93- 100, Dec 2011 http://sites.google.com/site/ijcsis

[4] Satpathy Suneeta, Sateesh Pradhan, and B.N.B Ray “A Digital Investigation Tool based on Data Fusion in Management of Cyber Security Systems”, published in the International Journal of IT & Knowledge Management, volume-3, Number 2 pp 561- 565, June2010 (http://www.csjournals.com/IJITKM/PDF%203-1/77.pdf)

[5] Satpathy Suneeta and Asish Mohapatra “A Data Fusion based Digital Investigation Model as an Effective Forensic Tool in the Risk Assessment and Management of Cyber Security Systems” published in 7th International Conference on Computing, Communications and Control Technologies (CCCT), July 10-13, 2009, Orlando,USA,

(http://www.iiis.org/CDs2008/CD2009SCI/CCCT2009/PapersPdf/T281HM.pdf) [6] Satpathy Suneeta, Avijit Kar, Sateesh Pradhan “A Data Fusion Framework for Computer Forensics” published in the proceedings of All India Forensic Science Conference, Dec. 2004.

[7] Satpathy Suneeta, Gaurav Gupta, R.K.Jain “A Conceptual Framework for Network Forensic Analysis of Compromised Network” published in proceedings of Indian Science Congress, Jan 3rd-7th , 2004, Chandigarh.

[8] Satpathy Suneeta, Sateesh Pradhan “A Computer Forensic Approach to Data Fusion” published in the Journal of Orissa Information Technology Society (OITS), 2004.

[9] Satpathy Suneeta, R.K.Jain, B.B.Jaya Singh “Application of Neural Network in Network Forensics” published in the proceedings of 14th All India Forensic Science Conference, held in Hariyana, Jan 18th-20th, 2003.

SUBJECT BOOK NAME AUTHOR PUBLISHER QUANTITY
Data structure using c 1.Fundamentals of Data Structure A.K. Rath SAITECH 2
2.Data structure in c Tannenbum PHI 1
3.Fundamentals of Data Structures in C Horowitz sahani Universities Press Pvt. Ltd 1
4. Data Structure and Algorithms G.A. V. Pai TMH 2
5. Data structure through c G.S Baluja   2
Object oriented programming with c ++ 1.Object oriented programming with C++ Kamthane Pearson 2
2. C++ programming E. Balguru Swamy TMH 1
3. C++ Primer plus Stephen Prata Pearson 1
Computer System Architecture 1.Computer System architecture M. Morris Mano   1
2. Computer organization and architecture William Stallings Pearson 1
3. Computer architecture Hamechar TMH 2
4. Computer Organization and Architecture V. Rajaraman, & T. Radhakrishnan  PHI 1
Theory of Computation 1.Introduction to the Theory of Computation Michael Sipser  CENGAGE learning India Pvt. Ltd., 1
2. Introduction to Automata Theory, Languages, and Computation Aho, Ullman Pearson education 3
3. An Introduction to Formal Languages and Automata Peter Linz Narosa Publishing 1
4.A text book on Automata Theory Nasir S.F.B., P.K. Srimani Cambridge University press 1
 
Computer Graphics 1.Computer Graphics with OpenGL Donald Hearn & M. Pauline Baker Pearson Education 1
2.Fundamentals of Multimedia Ze-Nian Li and Mark S. Drew Edward A. Angel PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd 1
3.Interactive Computer Graphics: A Top-Down Approach Using OpenGL James Foley Pearson Education 1
4. Interactive Computer Graphics A Top-Down Approach Using OpenGL Edward A. Angel  Pearson Education 1
5. OPENGL Super Bible Wright and Sweet Tech Media 1
Programming with Java 1. Introduction to Java Programming Y. Dinnel Liang Pearson Comprehensive edition 1
2. Programming with Java Mahesh P. Bhave & Sunil A. Patekar  Pearson 1
3. Programming with Java: A Primer  E. Balagurusamy, TMH 1
4. Big Java  Cay S. Horstmann  Wiley India 1
  5. Programming Languages Design and Implementation Terrence W Pratte, Zelkowitz PHI 1
Software Engineering 1. Software Engineering: A Practitioner’s Approach  Press man McGraw-Hill 1
2. Software Engineering  Sommerville Pearson 1
3.Fundamentals of Software Engineering  Rajib Mall PHI Learning 1
4.Software Engineering: Volume-1, Volume-2 & Volume -3” Dines Bjørner Springer 1
  5. System Analysis and Design Kendal Kendali Prentice Hall 1
Compiler Design 1.Compilers: Principles, Techniques, and Tools Alfred V. Aho, Monica S. Lam, Ravi Sethi Pearson Education 1
2. Compiler Construction: Principles and Practices  Kenneth C. Louden CENGAGE Learning India 1
3.Compiler Design G. Sudha Sadasivam SCITECH Publications 1
ERP 1.E-Business and E-Commerce Management  Dave Chaffey Pearson Education  1
2.Concepts in Enterprise Resource Planning  Ellen Monk, Bret Wagner CENGAGE Learning India 1
3. E-Commerce  K.K.Bajaj, D. Nag TMH 1
 
Artificial Intelligence and Expert system  1. Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach  Elaine Rich and Kevin Knight TMH 3
2. AI and Expert Systems:  Dann W Patterson PHI  2
3. Neural Network: Fundamentals Liang, and Bose TMH 1
Object Oriented Analysis and Design with UML  1. “Object-Oriented Modeling and Design with UML”, Pearson Education  Michael R. Blaha and James R Rambaugh, 2nd edition Pearson 1
2., “Practical Object-Oriented Design with UML”,  Mark Priestley  2nd Edition, 2006, McGraw-Hill Education  1
3.The Unified Modeling Language Reference Manual James Rumbaugh, Grady Booch, Ivar Jacobson  Pearson Education 2nd Edition  1
4. Inside CORBA Distributed Object Standards and Application  Thomas J. Mowbray and Willim Ruh Pearson Publication. 1
Internet Technology and enterprise Java Architecture 1., “Internetworking with TCP/IP, Volume 1: Principles, Protocols and Architecture”,  Douglas E. Comer  5th  Edition, PHI Learning 1
2., “Developing Web Applications”, 2008,  Ralph Moseley  Wiley India  1
3. “The Java EE6 Tutorial”, Volume-1, Eric Jendrock, D. Carson, I. Evans, D. Gollapudi, K. Haase, C. Srivastha,  4th Edition, Pearson  1
4. CGI Programming Rafe Colburn Tech Media 1
Quantitative Techniques-II (Modeling & Simulation) 1. Introduction to Operations Research  Frederick S. Hiller, Gerald J. Lieberman  McGraw Hill Education   1
2., Simulation Sheldon M. Ross   4th edition Academic Press(an imprint of Elsevier),  1
Distributed Systems 1., “Distributed Systems: Concepts and Design”,  George Coulouris, Jean Dollimore and Tim Kindberg  Fourth Edition, Pearson Education   2
2., “Distributed Systems: Principles and Paradigms”,  Andrew S. Tanenbaum, Maarten van Steen  2nd Edition, PHI Learning   2
Computer Security/ Cyber Security/Network Security “Security in Computing”, Charles P. Pfleeger & Shari Lawrence Pfleeger  Fourth Edition, Pearson Education 1
“Computer Security: Principles and Practice”, William Stallings & Lawrie Brown  First Edition, Pearson Education,   
1
1.      Foundation Of cryptography Oded Goldreich Camridge Press 1
2.      Computer Ethics Deborah G. Jonson Pearson 1
3.      Network Security and Cryptography Bernard Menezes Cengage 7
1.      Digital Signature and  Network Security Kailash N Gupta PHI 1
Computer Networks 1.      Data communications and networking Behrouz A. Forouzan Fourth Edition, TMH 1
2.      Data and Computer Communications William Stallings Eighth Edition, PHI 1
3.      Computer Networks Andrew S. Tanenbaum Third Edition, PHI 2
Programming in C language 1.      Programming with C Byron S Gottfried Second Edition TMH 1
2.      ANSI C E Balaguruswamy Fourth Edition, TMH 5
Digital Image Processing 1.      Digital Image Processing  B. Chanda PHI 1
  2.      Fundamental of Electronic Image processing  Arthur R Weeks PHI 1
Multimedia 1.      Multimedia on tha Web Stephen, McLaughlin PHI 1
2.      Multimedia Literacy  Fred T. Hofstetter TMH 1
Database / Oracle 1.      Oracle Programming with Visual Basic Nick Nuddle BPB 1
Wireless Communication 1.      Information Technology and Wireless Communication  Prof. Sunil Rao Khanna Publication 1

2011 -2012

SC

M

F

ST

M

F

OBC

M

F

GEN

M

F

MCA

0

NIL

NIL

0

NIL

NIL

2

1

1

5

2

3

2012 -2013

SC

M

F

ST

M

F

OBC

M

F

GEN

M

F

MCA

0

NIL

NIL

0

NIL

NIL

1

1

NIL

6

3

3

2013 -2014

SC

M

F

ST

M

F

OBC

M

F

GEN

M

F

MCA

0

NIL

NIL

0

NIL

NIL

2

1

1

9

7

2

2014-2015

SC

M

F

ST

M

F

OBC

M

F

GEN

M

F

MCA

0

NIL

NIL

0

NIL

NIL

0

NIL

NIL

6

3

3

RESULT ANALYSIS
Batch
CGPA >= 9.0
CGPA >= 8.0  and CGPA < 9.0
CGPA >= 7.0  and CGPA < 8.0
CGPA >= 6.0  and CGPA < 7.0
CGPA >= 5.0  and CGPA < 6.0
2006 - 2009
11
37
10
2
0
2007 - 2010
18
29
9
4
0
2008 - 2011
12
25
17
2
0
2009 - 2012
14
32
5
1
0
2010 - 2013
5
18
8
2
0
2011 - 2014
1
5
1
0
0

NAME OF THE ALUMNI

YEAR

COMPANY

RENU SHARMA

2011

TCS, BBSR

Dipti Praksh Moharana

2011

ORACLE, BANGALORE

RAVI PRAKASH AGARWAL

2011

SAP CONSULTANT, JG SUMMIT, PHILIPINES

IPSITA MISHRA

2011

Mindfire, BBSR

DEEPTI PRIYADARSHINI

2011

Yakshna Technology

PRANGYA PARIMITA BHOI

2011

ASST MANAGER,IOB, CALCUTTA

SUVENDU KUMAR BHOI

2011

ASST MANAGER,BOI, Calcutta

ANIL KUMAR DASH

2011

COGNIZANT

SUNIL MAHAPATRO

2011

CIPHER CLOUD, BANGALORE

RAMYA RANJAN ROUT

2011

CGI, BANGALORE

AJAYA KUMAR BHUYAN

2011

EXILENT TECHNOLOGY

SUBRAT KARNA

2011

PO, CANARA BANK, HYD

Pravat ranjan Giri

2011

Fujitsu,PUNE

Bhagyashree Mishra

2011

Fujitsu, PUNE

RITIZ KUMAR SINGH

2011

IOPEX TECHNOLOGY

Debasish Mihapatra

2011

Sr. Sys. Analyst, CSSPL

PARESH BISWAL

2012

 IFS, Manipur(CIVIL  
SERVICE)

CHIRANJIB BARIK

2012

HCL, balgalore

DIBYARANJAN ACHARYA

2012

BANK OF BARODA

BHARAT NAYAK

2012

HP BANGALORE

Badri Narayan Patra

2012

ASST MANAGER,INDIAN BANK, CALCUTTA

Burhan  Khan

2012

Dubai, Onashi Trading

MANISHA MOHANTY

2012

HCL, BANGALORE

CHIRANJIB NAYAK

2012

HCL, BANGALORE

ARUN KUMAR TRIPATHY

2012

IT OFFICER,ODHISHA GRAMYA BANK

RASHMISHREE PRUSTY

2012

UNITED BANK OF INDIA

SAROJ TRIPATHY

2012

IBM ,CALCUTTA

SMRUTIRANJAN SAHOO

2012

AMDOCS ,BANGALORE

Surya Kanta Prusty

2012

HCL, BANGALORE

SAROJ CHOUDHURY

2012

HCL, CHENAI

SUDEEP GANGULA

2012

EXILANT, BANGALORE

AJIT KUMAR NAYAK

2012

ANCHETIRE

PRATAP KUMAR SAHOO

2012

SAP CONSULTANT, CENTURY PLY BOARD

TUSAR KANTA BISWAL

2012

HCL, BANGALORE

SWARUP KUMAR SAHU

2013

HCL, CHENAI

ABINASH KANDA

2013

MEDDIF TECHNOLOGT, bangalore

SASA BINDA MEHER

2014

MCL, TALCHER

2011 PASSED OUT BATCH
2008-2011

Courses

No of Students Appeared

Number of student placed

% placed

MCA

60

51

85

2012 PASSED OUT BATCH
2009-2012

Courses

No of Students Appeared

Number of student placed

% placed

MCA

32

25

78.12

2013 PASSED OUT BATCH
2010-2013

Courses

No of Students Appeared

Number of student placed

% placed

MCA

39

30

76.92

2014 PASSED OUT BATCH
2011-2014

Courses

No of Students Appeared

Number of student placed

% placed

MCA

49

38

77.55

Mission

The mission of MCA Department is to Empower the students to play a key role through the competency based educational and training programs that promote planned and sustainable growth of the society, state, country and the entire world with employable technical skills consistent with latest technological innovations. Also develop the student’s caliber to coping with the challenging industries expectations and to spring up the department to attain the international quality in the field of Research & Development. To provide high quality education in the field of computer applications and there by create computer professionals with proper leadership skills, commitment and moral values.

Vision

Our commitment to transparency and stress on equal opportunity has been a key contributing factor behind our emergence as an institute of national repute for better technocrats, rich in values and excellence, with a promising future and to be a pioneering institution in the field of education & technology to bring a new level of inspiration among the students.

Objectives

Masters in Computer Applications (MCA) was started by the college in the academic year 2006-2007 AICTE, New Delhi has approval to start the MCA course with an intake of 60 students. Primary objective of this program is to train top class IT professionals so as to cater for the growing needs of various disciplines of Information Technology.

The main objective of the programme is to provide professional training in the area of computer applications and to develop computer professionals to meet the demand of the fast growing IT industry who excell in their profession through innovative ideas, knowledge and team work. Course work is designed to reflect the state-of-the-art both in its theoretical and application dimensions. The department imparts computer education to MCA students through class room lectures, seminars, group exercises, industry visits, projects and guest lectures by eminent personalities of the IT industry. Our course curriculum is designed to provide our students a solid conceptual foundations and an extensive focus on application of these concepts to real life situations. The course contents is a perfect blend of Computer Science, Computer Oriented Mathematics and Management Science covered in the first four semesters. In the fifth semester, students pursue, their special interests to a greater depth choosing their options from the list of electives. The Sixth semester dedicated exclusively for project work. The students undertake projects covering almost the entire gamut of Information Technology, from business applications to systems software, in various reputed organisations in the country.