Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning

Department Profile

B. Tech in Computer Science (Artificial Learning and Machine Learning) is an undergraduate program with adaptive learning solutions by imparting knowledge of Artificial Intelligence, and its sub domains such as machine learning, artificial neural networks, soft computing natural language processing, deep learning, cognitive science and robotics.

The primary objective of this specialization is to enable students to learn how to build intelligent tools and intelligent agents with cutting-edge technologies using a combination of Linear Calculus, Statistics, Artificial Intelligence, machine learning and Data Science by applying various techniques and methods.

Applications of the Program

Today in the real world, many successful applications have been developed based on artificial intelligence and Machine learning. Some of the applications that use AI and ML inour everyday lives are :

Google Maps

Amazon , Flipkart ,Swiggy

Carpooling services like Uber , Ola

Music apps like Wynk and Spotify

Smart Personal Assistants like Alexa

Social media Apps like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

Movie Recommendations & Video Games

Topics Covered in the Syllabus

The CSE with AI & ML specialization covers Linear algebra, statistics, foundations of artificial intelligence, formal concepts and models, natural language processing, artificial neural networks, machine learning, soft computing tools and deep learning, Internet of things, computer vision systems, and intelligent agents.

Job Opportunities

Machine Learning Engineer, Data Analyst

Data Scientist

Big Data & AI Architect

Big Data Scientist

Artificial Intelligence Engineer

Research Engineer - Artificial Intelligence

Machine Learning Architect

Research Engineer - Artificial Intelligence

Software Engineer & IoT Architect

Data and AI Consultant & Robotics Professional

Artificial Intelligence is influencing people and businesses on a massive scale and has become indispensable. The Artificial Intelligence Industry in India is currently estimated to be US$ 230 million (annual) in terms of revenue, up from US$180 million a year ago. According to an IDC report commissioned by Intel India, over 68% of Indian firms are all set to adopt AI by 2020. These companies include product companies (chatbots, AI-powered visual search and recommendation engines) and services firms offering either offshore, recruitment or training services. The number of companies setting up dedicated AI teams in India is growing by 30% annually. The median salary of AI professionals in India is INR 14.3 lakhs across all experience levels. Around 4% of AI professionals in India command a salary higher than Rs 50 lakhs, reflecting the massive demand for mid and senior-level AI talent in the country.AI and ML graduates can expect a starting salary from 4 lakhs to 6 lakhs. A professional can even expect a salary increase of 60-80% after they’ve developed some important AI skills.Amazon, Google, Infosys, TCS, IBM, Microsoft are all on the lookout for qualified AI and ML engineers.

Program Outcome

ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PROBLEM ANLYSIS: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

ETHICS: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM WORK: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

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.

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.

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.

S.NO NAME OF THE FACULTY DESIGNATION QUALIFICATION
1 Dr. N Sudhakar Reddy Professor / Principal M.Tech ., Ph.D
2 Dr. PESN Krishna Prasad Professor M.Tech ., Ph.D
3 Dr. K. Sekar Professor M.Tech ., Ph.D
4 Dr .P Dileep Kumar Reddy Associate Professor M.Tech ., Ph.D
5 Dr. R Swathi Associate Professor M.Tech ., Ph.D
6 M. Vikram Associate Professor M.E.,(Ph.D)
7 K Santhi Associate Professor M.Tech .,(Ph.D)
8 P.M.D Ali Khan Associate Professor M.E.,(Ph.D)
9 G Rajeswarappa Associate Professor M.Tech .,(Ph.D)
10 Bojja Balakonda Reddy Associate Professor M.Tech
11 Sirisala Srinivasulu Associate Professor M.Tech .,(Ph.D)
12 A Revathi Associate Professor M.Tech .,(Ph.D)
13 K .Sree Divya Associate Professor M.Tech .,(Ph.D)
14 A Ganesh Assistant Professor M.Tech
15 N Phanikumar Assistant Professor M.Tech
16 T Vijaya Rao Assistant Professor M.Tech
17 M Prabhakar Assistant Professor M.Tech
18 K Manoj Kumar Assistant Professor M.E
19 A Kumar Assistant Professor M.Tech
20 K Bhanu Prakash Assistant Professor M.Tech
21 Naga Narendra Reddy Assistant Professor M.Tech
22 M. Preethi SriLakshmi Assistant Professor M.Tech .,(Ph.D)
23 V. Gowri Assistant Professor M.Tech
24 D Premkumar Assistant Professor M.Tech
25 Reddicherla Venkatramana Assistant Professor M.Tech
26 P Liyaz Assistant Professor M.Tech
27 Battireddy Surendra Assistant Professor M.Tech .,(Ph.D)
28 K Naveen Assistant Professor M.Tech .,(Ph.D)
29 Kancherla Vindhya Assistant Professor M.Tech
30 S. Mohammod Rafi Assistant Professor M.Tech
31 B Ramakantha Reddy (PG) Assistant Professor M.Tech.,(Ph.D)
32 J. Ramachandraiah Assistant Professor M.Tech
33 Y A Siva Prasad (PG) Assistant Professor M.Tech .,(Ph.D)
34 V Deepika Assistant Professor M.Tech
35 P A Ramesh Assistant Professor M.Tech
36 A Prasanna Kumar Reddy Assistant Professor M.Tech
37 P. Sathish Assistant Professor M.Tech
38 BALAJI R Assistant Professor M.Tech
39 TIRUMANYAM GANESH Assistant Professor M.Tech
40 PAVAN KUMAR YADAV P Assistant Professor M.Tech
41 D. Shahin Assistant Professor M.Tech
42 M. Dileep Lakshmi Assistant Professor M.Tech

CSE Department

SEMESTER I

I YEAR II YEAR III YEAR IV YEAR
Algebra and Calculus Mathematics III Operating Systems Management Science
Chemistry Database Management Systems Computer Networks Grid & Cloud Computing
Problem Solving & Programming Discrete Mathematics Object Oriented Analysis and Design Information Security
Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Principles of Programming Languages Mobile Application Development
Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis Software Testing

CBCC-II

a. Introduction to Big Data

b. Embedded Systems

c. Computer Animation

MOOCS-I*

a. Introduction to Big Data

b. R Programming

c. Introduction to Operations Management

CBCC-III

a. Software Project Management

b.Distributed Systems

c. Real Time Systems

Engineering Graphics Laboratory Database Management Systems Laboratory Object Oriented Analysis and Design & Software Testing Laboratory Grid & Cloud Computing Laboratory
Engineering Workshop Basic Electrical and Electronics Laboratory Operating Systems Laboratory Mobile Application Development Laboratory
Problem Solving & Programming Lab
Social Values & Ethics (Audit Course)

SEMESTER II

I YEAR II YEAR III YEAR IV YEAR
Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering Probability and Statistics Compiler Design

MOOCS-II

a. Data Analytics

b. Mobile Computing

c. Innovations and IT Management

Probability and Statistics Software Engineering Data Warehousing & Mining

MOOCS-III

a. Building Large Scale Software Systems

b. Enabling Technologies for Data Science Analytics : IoT

c. Cyber Security

Applied Physics Computer Organization Design Patterns
Data Structures Microprocessors & Interfacing Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Communicative English - I Object Oriented Programming using Java Web and Internet Technologies
Formal Languages and Automata Theory

CBCC-I

a. Artificial Intelligence

b. Linux Environment System

c. System Applications & Product

d. Intellectual Property Rights

Software Testing
Computer Science and Engineering Workshop Microprocessors & Interfacing Laboratory Web and Internet Technologies Laboratory Technical Seminar
Communicative English - I Laboratory Java Programming Laboratory Data Warehousing & Mining Laboratory Project Work
Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Laboratory Advanced English Language Communication Skills(AELCS) Laboratory) (Audit Course)
Applied Physics Laboratory Comprehensive Online Examination-II
Advanced English Language Communication Skills(AELCS) Laboratory) (Audit Course)
Comprehensive Online Examination-I Comprehensive Online Examination-II Comprehensive Viva-Voce
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CSE Department

SEMESTER I

I YEAR II YEAR III YEAR IV YEAR
Algebra and Calculus Mathematics III Operating Systems Management Science
Chemistry Database Management Systems Computer Networks Grid & Cloud Computing
Problem Solving & Programming Discrete Mathematics Object Oriented Analysis and Design Information Security
Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Principles of Programming Languages Mobile Application Development
Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis Software Testing

CBCC-II

a. Introduction to Big Data

b. Embedded Systems

c. Computer Animation

MOOCS-I*

a. Introduction to Big Data

b. R Programming

c. Introduction to Operations Management

CBCC-III

a. Software Project Management

b.Distributed Systems

c. Real Time Systems

Engineering Graphics Laboratory Database Management Systems Laboratory Object Oriented Analysis and Design & Software Testing Laboratory Grid & Cloud Computing Laboratory
Engineering Workshop Basic Electrical and Electronics Laboratory Operating Systems Laboratory Mobile Application Development Laboratory
Problem Solving & Programming Lab
Social Values & Ethics (Audit Course)

SEMESTER II

I YEAR II YEAR III YEAR IV YEAR
Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering Probability and Statistics Compiler Design

MOOCS-II

a. Data Analytics

b. Mobile Computing

c. Innovations and IT Management

Probability and Statistics Software Engineering Data Warehousing & Mining

MOOCS-III

a. Building Large Scale Software Systems

b. Enabling Technologies for Data Science Analytics : IoT

c. Cyber Security

Applied Physics Computer Organization Design Patterns
Data Structures Microprocessors & Interfacing Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Communicative English - I Object Oriented Programming using Java Web and Internet Technologies
Formal Languages and Automata Theory

CBCC-I

a. Artificial Intelligence

b. Linux Environment System

c. System Applications & Product

d. Intellectual Property Rights

Software Testing
Computer Science and Engineering Workshop Microprocessors & Interfacing Laboratory Web and Internet Technologies Laboratory Technical Seminar
Communicative English - I Laboratory Java Programming Laboratory Data Warehousing & Mining Laboratory Project Work
Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Laboratory Advanced English Language Communication Skills(AELCS) Laboratory) (Audit Course)
Applied Physics Laboratory Comprehensive Online Examination-II
Advanced English Language Communication Skills(AELCS) Laboratory) (Audit Course)
Comprehensive Online Examination-I Comprehensive Online Examination-II Comprehensive Viva-Voce