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CSE Detailes of Laboratories
S.No Room No. Loratory Name Description of  lab Area (m2) Cost (Rs.)
1   Computer Programming Lab     7,24,508
2   Free Open Source Software Lab     5,70,011
3   Advanced Data Structured & Data Structures Lab

 

  2,29,149
4   Advanced Java and Web Technologies Lab     3,04,301
5   Operating System and Compiler Design Lab     4,76,300
6   Database Management Systems Lab     7,46,58,692
7   Object Oriented Programming Through C++ Lab     3,16,642
8   Object Oriented Programming Through Java Lab     3,16,642
9   Information Technology and Work shop Lab     3,16,642
10   Mobile Application Development     3,16,642
11   Unix Programming Lab     3,16,642
12   Computer Networks Lab     3,16,642
 
Computer Programming Lab:

C is an procedural systems implementation language. It was designed to be compiled using a relatively straightforward compiler, to provide low-level access to memory, to provide language constructs that map efficiently to machine instructions, and to require minimal run-time support. C was therefore useful for many applications that had formerly been coded in assembly language. 
We can learn in depth in the c language in our course curriculum.

Free Open Source Software Lab:

Free and open-source software (FOSS) is computer networks that can be classified as both Free software and open source software. That is, anyone is Free software license to use, copy, study, and change the software in any way, and the source code is openly shared so that people are encouraged to voluntarily improve the design of the software. This is in contrast to Proprietary software, where the software is under restrictive Copyright and the source code is usually hidden from the users.
The benefits of using FOSS can include decreasing software costs, increasing security and stability (especially in regard to Malware), protecting Privacy, and giving users more control over their own hardware. Free, open-source operating systems such as Linux and descendents of BSD are widely utilized today, powering millions of Server (computing), Desktop computer, smart phones (e.g. operating system), and other devices. Free software license and Open source license are used by List of open-source software packages.

 
Advanced Data Structured & Data Structures Lab:

This lab serves as a guide for learning and implementing the data structure in a programming language. It basically deals with memory management and various other operations on data with algorithm analysis and design. It helps to implement new algorithm or modify the existing ones according to the requirement. The Lab is well equipped with all advanced software’s for practical applications.
The aim of the course is to teach students abstract data types and dynamic data structures. Students use different type of data structures to model real world aggregations of data.

 
Advanced Java and Web Technologies Lab:

In this lab the students gain the required knowledge to develop web sites, maintenance, a complete life cycle of a website and under this lab students do practice on following concepts:
HTML
DHTML
JSCRIPT
XML
BEANS
SERVLETS
JSP
AJAX.

 
Operating System and Compiler Design Lab:

OS Operating systems provide the basic functionality on every computer that allows any type of application software to be run. For computer science students it is crucial to know and understand the principal concepts and mechanisms of operating systems. This understanding helps them to efficiently use programming languages to develop software built on top of the operating system. This also applies to people working in other fields related to information technology, who could benefit greatly from a deeper knowledge of operating system internals.
Compiler Design Lab:
A compiler translates (or compiles) a program written in a high-level programming language that is suitable for human programmers into the low-level machine language that is required by computers. During this process, the compiler will also attempt to spot and report obvious programmer mistakes.Using a high-level language for programming has a large impact on how fast programs can be developed.

 
Database Management Systems Lab:

 A database management system (DBMS) is computer application software that provides a way to manage data. The requirement of modern days is to have an automated system that manages, modifies and updates data accurately. This is achieved by a DBMS in robust, correct and non redundant way. DBMS lab aims at practicing and achieving this aim by using various software’s such as SQL, ORACLE, and MS – Access etc. All these require a thorough practice of various DDl, DCL and DML queries.

 
Object Oriented Programming Through C++ Lab:
C++ is one of the most widely used programming languages. Its features (abstraction, encapsulation. Data hiding etc) and flexibility have made it still the leading choice for most of the areas of application, especially in the software development environment. This lab emphasises on the regular curriculum materials as well as some advanced real life applications implemented as practical’s. These practical’s, written in the spirit of learning by doing, are designed to give students a working knowledge of the C++ programming language.
 
Object Oriented Programming Through Java Lab:

Java is a object oriented programming language. Most widely used programming languages. Its features (abstraction, encapsulation, Inheritance& Data hiding etc) and flexibility have made it still the leading choice for most of the areas of application, especially in the software development environment. This lab emphasises on the regular curriculum materials as well as some advanced real life applications implemented as practical’s. These practical’s, written in the spirit of learning by doing, are designed to give students a working knowledge of the Java programming language. It is a platform independent.

 
Information Technology and Work shop Lab:

The IT Workshop for engineers will learn about the modules, including training on PC Hardware, Internet, World Wide Web and Productivity tools including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher. PC Hardware introduces the students to a personal computer and its basic peripherals, the process of assembling a PC, installation of System Software MS-Windows, Linux and the required device drivers.
In addition hardware and software level troubleshooting process, tips and tricks would be covered. Internet & WWW module introduces the different ways of hooking the PC on to the internet from home and workplace effectively usage of the internet. Usage of web browsers, e-mails, news groups and discussion forums would be covered. In addition, awareness of cyber hygiene, i.e., protecting the personal computer from getting infected with the viruses, worms and other cyber attacks would be introduced.

   
Mobile Application Development:

The purpose of mobile application development is to utilize a standards-based architecture that leverages existing IT infrastructure and maximizes return on investment to your business. This helps to extend enterprise data to mobile users with high security in a user friendly manner. While developing mobile applications, the developer should take care so as to make the application platform independent. This means that the application can run on any platform irrespective of the software or programming language in which it was developed. There are mobile applications written in Java, which run on iPad, Android, BlackBerry, iPhone, Symbian and Windows Mobile devices. Once the software is successfully developed, it should pass a testing phase where it is checked for proper functionality or any errors and after that, it is released on a large scale basis to the customers.

 
Unix Programming Lab:

UNIX (often spelled "UNIX," especially as an official trademark) is an operating system that originated at Bell Labs in 1969 as an interactive time-sharing system. Ken Thompson and Dennis Ritchie are considered the inventors of UNIX. The name (pronounced YEW-nihks) was a pun based on an earlier system, Multics In 1974, Unix became the first operating system written in the C language. UNIX has evolved as a kind of large freeware product, with many extensions and new ideas provided in a variety of versions of UNIX by different companies, universities, and individuals.

 
Computer Networks Lab:

A computer network is a system in which multiple computers are connected to each other to share information and resources. Computers can be part of several different networks. Networks can also be parts of bigger networks. The local area network in a small business is usually connected to the corporate network of the larger company. These connections may allow access to the Internet, for example to show computers in a store, display its catalog through a web server, or convert received orders into shipping instructions.

 
 
   
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