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School of Computer Science and Engineering (SCOPE)

The mission of the School is to strive persistently for achieving excellence in computing disciplines. It is being pursued through its spectrum of academic programmes in computing of contemporary standards. The main aim is to produce computing...

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Programmes Offered



The curricula of programmes have been designed to cater to the ever changing needs and demands of IT industry. The focus is on holistic learning and empowering...

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At the Masters level, the school offers programs in Computer Science and Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering (Information Security) and Computer Science and...

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The school has active research groups in almost all areas of Computer Science and Engineering including Image Processing, Theoretical Computer Science, Network...

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Funded Projects and Consultancy

The school has obtained funded projects from agencies namely DST, VSSC, DRDO and ISRO. The school takes up funded research projects under the broad areas of Image Processing, MANET, Theoretical Computer Science, Sensor Networks, Data Analytics and Modelling.




Our teaching is underpinned by strong research. The school has a good number of research scholars with focus on emerging areas such as: Automotive Electronics, Computer Networks, Mobile Computing, Database, Intelligent Systems, Distributed Computing, Network Security, Software Engineering, Real Time Systems, Image Processing, Pattern Recognition, Soft-computing.



The faculty members of the school had filed International and National patents. The list of patents published/awarded includes “Method and Apparatus for Recognition of Hand Gestures of Differently Abled Persons”, “System and Method for Predicting Neurological Disorders”, and “A Low cost Holistic Precrash Data Logger for Postcrash Analysis with Crash Prediction using Neural Networks”.



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Industry - Institute and International Linkages

In the current IT industry and education scenarios in India, a maturity model of industry-academia relationships is said to be revolving with five levels namely - Supplier-Buyer, Donor-Receiver, User-Consultant, Sponsor-Institute, and Long-term. The School fosters an ambience of 'Learning by Doing' for joint project execution (i.e. using Sponsor-Institute relationship...


The classrooms are well designed rooms that incorporate everything needed for a pleasant learning atmosphere. The wide spacious classrooms contain a white board, a smart board and a projector that is used for teaching. So a professor can switch to different modes of teaching which may not be monotonous and the lectures are put across in the best way possible. This hi-tech equipment enables our faculty to conduct classes in a way that enable...



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25th SET Conference

The 25th Edition of Science, Engineering, and Technology (SET...


Three Day Online Workshop on Q

This Workshop aims at providing a forum for members of the...


3-Day Faculty Development Prog

Data science and Digital image processing have emerged as...


Quantum Computing Algorithms


StreamSets Machine Learning Pl


Five Days Online Training Prog

The systematic way of collection, organization, storage,...


Two Days Online Workshop on Hi

The High Dimensional Data Analytics workshop aims at...

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The Computer Society of India: VIT Student Branch, organized a workshop on the 31st of July, 2019 from 11 am to 1pm in the Shakespeare gallery, Technology Tower. The workshop was titled: ‘Introduction to Everything Related To Technology’ and aimed at providing a stepping stone to young students to explore the various niches of tech and how to get started with them. With over 240 participants actively involved in the workshop, it was a well received and extremely effective first step into the world of Tech. The Faculty coordinators for the workshop were Prof. K. Govinda and Prof. K. S. Sendhil Kumar from the SCOPE school. The student coordinators for the workshop were Aban Zafar Ali and Aradhita Bhandari, who are second year core committee members of The Computer Society of India: VIT Student Branch.

The workshop opened with our guest speaker Vineeth S, from, who introduced the participants to the Agora platform and how to get started with the same. This was followed by talks led by our own core committee members: David Vehlo took a workshop on Web development and its various subdomains while Kuhoo Sharma took over to speak on App development and its importance in the world of today. Gauri Shankar demonstrated an application by opening the Riddler website, one of CSI’s signature online events, while Saurav M Hiremat delivered a workshop on Machine Learning. This was followed by a talk on Cybersecurity by Rohan Mukherjee and Rishit Bansal.

The workshop then moved onto the design section with core committee members Ruchica Sinha and Sanjana Rai, where they explained and demonstrated the importance of good design, followed by an introduction to UI/UX by Fardeen Khan. Rishabh Mandhana then took over to talk about video editing and its demand in the industry.

Student Achievements

  • 2nd Position at Code2Create, conducted by ACM VIT Student Chapter. Tried making UI UX from scratch for the first time. Plus point is we won ₹10,000 for our App, Wire.
  • Mr. Jaivarsan (B.Tech. CSE with Specialization in Bioinformatics) has coauthored a paper titled “Bioconda: A sustainable and comprehensive software distribution for the life sciences” which was published in Nature Methods Journal. The journal has an impact factor of 26.919.
  • Mr. Shubham Saraff (B.Tech. CSE with Specialization in Bioinformatics) Global Winner of IET-PATW , Winner of Ideas 2 Innovation Entrepreneurship Competition, Distinction Fryer and Pascal Math Contest, Youngest & Best Delegate.
  • Students won the Mozilla Firefox Hackathon, a two day Hackathon focusing on App development.
  • A team of students were selected in the top three amongst 107 entries in the Google Product Prodigy Event, an annual technical competition organized by Google.
  • Students participated in Microsoft Imagine Cup under the team name of Exception Underflow and were placed amongst the top 5 teams in India in the innovation challenge.
  • Mr.Darsh Patel (B.Tech. CSE with Specialization in Information Security) and Team were one of the 16 teams invited to Google's Banglore Headquarters, for it's Build for Digital India Program.
  • Mr. Hemant H Kumar, (B.Tech. CSE), is a two-time Asia Regional Finalist at the Microsoft Imagine Cup. In 2020, he is as the first runner up at Asia level. His team developed a solution for tackling counterfeit drug proliferation in India using Blockchain and a simple, easy to use mobile application.

Dr. Ramesh Babu K

Professor Grade 1 & Dean

School of Computer Science and Engineering

VIT Vellore,Tamilnadu - 632014


91 416 2202811/2202813