The Computer centre was established in the year 1991, with financial grant from UGC, to augment the computing facility to the MCA and M.Sc. Computer Science students and to provide additional support to the computer related activities of the University. The Computer centre extends support facilities to all the departments of the University and ensures optimal utilization of Computer facility and the free time is made available to the students and staff of the University. The University computer centre remains open to the staff and the students throughout the week.
Computing Centre is functioning as a technology provider to students, researchers and teaching community to fulfill their computational, technological, Internet requirements and facilitate a common computational resource centre for the academic programmes as well as for maintenance of the other computing resources in the university
The Core Switch is located at the Computer Centre. The Central servers namely Web Server, Mail Server, Proxy Server are co-located with the Core Switch. The Campus Wide Network of the University offers facilities like Internet access, Resource sharing , E-journal access through 50 Mbps bandwidth and 1Gbps bandwidth ( BSNL ,NKN under NMEICT). To view Network Diagram
Campus Wide Wireless LAN (WIFi)
Wireless facility is provided in the campus since 2009 onwards. Students and Staff members can have seamless access to the internet anywhere in the campus. 45 CISCO Indoor access points and 10 CISCO Outdoor access points centrally supported by a layer 4 high end Core switch ( 4510 R-E) are used to cover the whole university . With this initiative all students and staff with laptops will be able to access Internet and Intranet services.
Highly secured Wireless facility has been provided with which the users can access the internet or intranet facility anytime, anywhere inside the campus. This is made possible with a central core switch, Wireless Authentication Controller, Network Access Control, indoor and outdoor access points and with Firewalls and Antivirus Software. This is meant to be used generically with any type of 802.11/b/g/n network. All the buildings including cafeteria, hostels and playground are connected on Wi-Fi which enables students to access information easily (internet, e-journal, e-content).
The main advantages of Wi-Fi are cost savings over wire line with quick, easy network access. It proves to be highly scalable and affordable, incurring minimum expenses. It provides seamless connectivity. Any application currently used on a traditional wired network can be easily deployed on a wireless network. Besides these, it is easier to administer and protects the network from uninvited users keeping information secured. Security is enhanced with powerful Firewalls and Antivirus.
Updated WIFI Access Points:
In the year 2017 ,the Campus WiFi is upgraded with 36 Sophos Indoor Access points . All the Indoor and outdoor access points are replaced with new Sophos Access points . The Upgraded Firewall Cyberoam is providing high levels of security with flexibility in wireless LANs. The appliances support 802.11a/b/g/n wireless standards. They combine the features of a router and Cyberoam’s complete set of network security features, offering reduced TCO ( Total Cost of Ownership) to organizations by eliminating the need of AAA server,Network Access Control server ,WCS Sever .
eCampus automates the day to day administrative and academic processes and streamlines the flow of information which ensures smooth functioning of an institutional activities. This solution is beneficial to all stake holders of an institution including Management, students, faculty and parents. eCampus application is developed in LAMPP(Linux, Apache, MYSQL, Perl and PHP) and implemented in the year 2012.The e-campus, the e-governance software has various modules. Students module facilitates the students to know their attendance, marks secured, overall performance , fee details, etc. Staff module has provisions to mark attendance , to enter the marks, to update their individual profile . Several modules like Admission module , Exam module, Project module, Hostel Module also form the part of e-governance software .
Video Conferencing Facility
Academic Council Hall
Hi- Tech Seminar Hall
Video Conferencing between the main campus and satellite campus are regularly conducted. Hi-tech Seminar hall is used for video conference and experts on various domains give their speech through video conferencing on regular basis. Government meetings (MHRD & UGC) are conducted through this facility using NKN.
|Name of the Faculty||Designation||Specialization||Year of joining||Mail Id|
M.Sc., D.H.Ed., M.Phil., Ph.D.,
|Senior System Analyst||Image Processingemail@example.com
|System Administrator||Image Processing, Multimediafirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Technical Assistant||Image Processing, Web Applicationsemail@example.com|
|Mrs.R.Krishnaveni M.Sc.||Personal Assistant||Multimedia,Web Applicationsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
M.Com., M.Sc (IT), RHCSA.,CCNA, ITILv3
|System Supervisor (Temp)||Linux & Network Administrationemail@example.com|
|Mr.A.Thangaraj B.Sc., RHCE||Service Executive (Temp)||Hardware & Networkingfirstname.lastname@example.org|
B.E. Dip.EEE., MCITP
|Service Executive (Temp)||Hardware & Networkingemail@example.com|
DCT, B.C.A., MCP,
|Service Executive (Temp)||Hardware & Networkingfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Project Title||Chief Investigator and co-investigator||Total Grant(Rs)||Funding Agency||Duration|
|A Novel technique for Partial Fingerprint Recognition|| Principal Investigator Dr.C.Meena
Co-Investigator Dr S.Malathi
|8,56,000||UGC - Major Research Project||2 Years 2009-11|
|A Study of hyper spectral Remote sensing image retrieval using semantics||Principal Investigator Dr.C.Meena
|5,74,000||Naval Research Board||1 Year 2009-10|
|S.No||Name of the Topic||Organised by||Supporters||Date||No.of participants|
|1||One day seminar on Cyber Security and Cyber law||Computer Centre and Computer Science, Supported by NCSSS||16.3.2017||Covenor: Dr.C.Meena, Co-convenor:Dr.B.Sarojini||780|
|2||One day seminar on Cyberethics:Social and moral Issues||Computer Centre and Computer Science, Supported by NCSSS||17.2.2018||Covenor: Dr.C.Meena, Co-convenor:Dr.B.Sarojini||750|