The JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), School of Computer Science & Information Technology strives to bridge the gap between the Curriculum, Industry and Research. The courses are designed to develop the students into skilled professionals with practical and fundamental knowledge of technology and digital space.
Our career-focused undergraduate courses are designed to get you ready for the modern workplace. We offer flexibility in courses so that you can choose them according to your interests and career ambitions.
The post graduate courses are designed to enhance the existing skills and helps you to take your academic interest to the next level and support your career aspirations.
The doctoral courses emphasise on the interdisciplinary research and innovation that strives to cultivate a strong culture of inter-and intra-institution research collaborations with the leading research institutes.
We offer the traditional PhD research degree that allows you to complete a piece of original research with expert guidance from world-class academics.
With more than 307+ students placed across the globe, the School of CS & IT has become the most preferred choice for a large number of organisations to source the best talents under different verticals and horizontals of the technology world.
Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverage Pvt Ltd. invited students of III Sem MCA, AI & ML to visit their Bidadi factory on September 30, 2023. Under the supervision of Dr. Prabhu A. and Dr. Prerna Mahajan, 19 students from Jain University reached the plant to learn about the technicality and collaboration involved in running one of the most successful companies in India.
Ms. Saroja, HR Manager and her colleagues explained about the safety precautions and automations during our visit to the factory. Later, an executive took the students to the assembly line and briefed them on the procedures and activities carried out by the factory using AIML. Deep insights into the operation of the plant were given and the students learned about the fundamental processes in manufacturing and service operations, and Image processing techniques.
The visit helped the students in understanding the production process since they were taught about the different stages of beverage production, from the sourcing of raw materials to the bottling and packaging of the finished product. Students learned about the different types of beverages that are produced at the plant. They were briefed about the different ingredients used, the different flavour profiles, and the different packaging options. They also learned how different quality control tests are performed and what the results mean.
Students learned about the different quality control measures that are in place to ensure that the beverages meet the highest standards of safety and quality. Additionally, the visit also focused on teaching students about the different safety measures that are in place to protect workers and visitors by preventing accidents, injuries, and contamination. The team at Coca-Cola took this opportunity to enlighten the students with different ways that beverage factories are working to reduce their environmental impact. This includes measures to reduce water consumption, energy consumption, and waste production and the recycling of rejected product.
The industrial visit to Coco Cola proved to be an immensely enriching experience, providing several valuable outcomes and learnings. The students not only witnessed the dedication, precision, and innovation that goes in designing and developing space systems, but also understood the significance of effective project management and collaboration within a multidisciplinary team. The visit emphasized the importance of teamwork, coordination, and effective communication in achieving ambitious goals and accuracy.
On 11th March 2023, the School of Computer Science and IT organised a seminar on Industrial Insights. The seminar aimed to provide students with an understanding of current industry trends and insights and educate them about the latest developments and trends in the industrial sector.
The entire session was presented by Mrs. Sai Lakshmi, a Full Stack Software Engineer who completed her MCA from JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) and has worked for companies such as Molecular Connections and Societe Generale. She discussed why the industry is important, how to get into the industry, types of companies, processes in the industry, current situations, and trending technologies. During the seminar, Mrs. Sai Lakshmi highlighted the importance of industry insights and why students should gain and apply these insights. She emphasised that gaining industry insights is crucial for students who want to stay ahead of the competition and succeed in the corporate world. The seminar discussed several ways businesses can gain industry insights, including market research, attending industry events, competitor analysis, and online resources such as industry blogs, forums, and social media. Mrs. Sai Lakshmi also shared her insights on making a perfect resume and where to put the resume to increase its visibility.
The seminar also covered the types of companies in the industry and each type's benefits. Students got to know about trending and famous product-based and service-based companies and the difference between them. Additionally, the seminar provided insights into the process of software development in the industry. Mrs. Sai Lakshmi highlighted that the Agile model is the most usable in making software.
In conclusion, the seminar on Industrial Insights organised by the School of Computer Science and IT was a huge success and it provided students with valuable insights into the corporate world. Mrs. Sai Lakshmi's expertise and insights helped students to gain a comprehensive understanding of the trends, challenges, and opportunities within the industrial sector.
School of CS & IT organised a seminar on Defensive Security on 21st January 2023. Mr. Mohit Bagria, security engineer at Meesho, presided over the seminar and talked about the need for protecting our data. He is a Jain University gold medallist 2018-19 batch and has 4+ years of experience in Security Operations as well as experience in CEH, ECSA, AWS, and Malware Analysis. The seminar aimed to promote awareness about information security, operation life cycle, and recent cyber security attacks.
Mr. Bagria revealed that different companies use our data without our permission by recording our every activity. He explained how we could use defensive security to keep our data safe and protect our organisation from any phishing and spoofing threats by any unauthorised person. Defensive security is a subset of cyber security that aims to safeguard the organisation in all situations, from a network analysis of the current network to designing a security plan to ensure the effectiveness of any security controls integrated.
He focused on the key point that 'Incident Response' plus 'Defensive Security' equals a secured organisation. The incident response process is a collection of procedures aimed at identifying, investigating and responding to potential security incidents in a way that minimises impact and supports rapid recovery.
In today's day and age, our data is our prized possession, therefore it is very important to keep it safe. It is crucial to look at all the possibilities to safeguard our data from any kind of threat. Furthering this point, Mr. Bagria explained that information security protects sensitive information from unauthorised activities, including inspection, modification, recording, and any disruption or destruction. He mentioned that some of the major cyber security attacks could have been prevented by defensive security. These included the compromised internal system of Uber, leaking of sensitive NATO data, and hacking of US airport websites and Starlink Dish.
In the end, Mr. Bagria took career-related questions from the students and guided them for their future and career. The students were thrilled to have the opportunity of interacting with him and get to know about the importance of data safety.
School of Computer Sciences & Information Technology organizes 1-Week FDP on Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, Data Science, Cyber Security
Date - 13th March 2023 to 21st March-2023 (Dual Mode).
Venue - JAIN (Deemed-to-be University)
#44/4, District Fund Road,
Jayanagar 9th Block,
India - 560069
To Register Contact :
Dr. J Ghayathri + 91 9842379818
Dr. Mir Aadil + 91 7889838500
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I am glad to be a student at JAIN (Deemed-to-be University). It was the quality of education and support from our faculties that encouraged me to opt for the department of CSIT for my MCA degree after completing my BCA from the same college. All the faculties are supportive and encouraged us to learn practically rather than sticking to the theoretical aspects.
I had a really good experience at JAIN (Deemed-to-be University). The best part about the placement here is the wide range of companies. We get a lot of options regarding the companies as well as the job descriptions. I am very thankful to the faculty and placement team for all their efforts to get us our dream jobs.
I am a student of JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) and I have completed both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes here. I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the college. I have completed BCA with ISMA specialisation which helped me learn the core subjects. All the concepts and ideas provided have improved my knowledge and built my confidence to face any technical challenges in future.