Department of Computer Science and Business Systems

About the Department

Vision and Mission

Prog. Edu Objectives & Outcomes

HOD Profile

Faculty List


Innovations in Teaching and Learning

Activities & Professional Society

NPTEL Programme


Question Bank

Infrastructure Highlights

Lab details

About the Department

B.Tech – Computer Science and Business Systems (CSBS) program to address the growing needs of engineering talent with skills in digital technology. This curriculum strives to impart students with core topics of Computer Science with a blend of humanities and management science, thus making them aligned to Industry Revolution 4.0

This program exposes the students to emerging topics such as Analytics, Machine Learning, Cloud Computing, Internet of Things etc and make them “Industry Ready”. This curriculum is a “One Stop Solution” for the growing demand in the corporate world.

This curriculum aims to enhance the following key attributes among students:

  • Understanding of Technology Abstraction
  • Knowledge of Common Business Principles
  • Innovation Ability
  • Understanding of Contemporary Technology
  • Business Discipline and Service Orientation
  • Strong in Ethics and Life Values

Vision and Mission


To envision the technology and business trends in teaching, research and service that advances the economic strength of our nation, contribute significantly towards being a center of excellence in providing globally standard education that responds swiftly to the challenges of the ever changing world.


  • M1: To produce graduates as unique individuals equipped with quality and depth of information in the diverse fields of Computer Science empowered by inspiring intellectual curiosity, critical thinking and creativity.
  • M2: To impart strong computer and business skills by adopting innovative teaching and experiential learning practices.
  • M3: To generate new knowledge by engaging in cutting-edge research in alliances with industry and research organizations.
  • M4: To inculcate moral values and ethical responsibilities among students throughout reach programs.
  • M5: To prepare them for participation in a diverse, multi-cultural society and encourage them to be lifelong learners who will contribute positively to the economic well-being of our region and nation

Programme Educational objectives (PEOs):

  • 1. To acquire technical knowledge and proficiency required for the employment and lifelong learning and recognized as a valued professional and effective communicator in industries related to computer science and computing technologies.
  • 2. To engage in lifelong learning and Practice their profession in a cooperative, team-oriented manner that holds the multidisciplinary and multicultural environment of suits the current business world.
  • 3. To Function as a responsible member of society and an understanding of the ethics and responsibility of their work in a global context

Programme Outcomes (PO)

  • 1. Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • 2. Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • 3. 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.
  • 4. Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information.
  • 5. Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • 6. 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.
  • 7. Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of need for sustainable development.
  • 8. Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • 9. Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • 10. Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large. Some of them are, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • 11. 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.
  • 12. Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO)

  • PSO 1: Ability to apply the analytical and business skills to provide sustainable solutions as an engineer/researcher for the real-world problems using core topics in Computer Science with equal appreciation to IT Management.
  • PSO 2: Ability to understand the evolutionary changes in computing, apply innovative ideas by adapting to a rapidly changing environment by applying their knowledge in technology abstraction and common business principles to solve the real world problems and meet the challenges of the future.
  • PSO 3: Ability to practice high ethical, human values and professional standards with soft-skills qualities in computer science and business disciplines and to emerge as an entrepreneur for the growth and development of the society.
  • The graduates are capable of excelling in Electronics and Communication Engineering industry/Academic/Software companies through professional careers.

HOD Profile

Dr. D.Anuradha M.E., PGDBA(Finance), Ph.D.

Head of Department, Department of Computer Science and Business Systems

Professor and Head of the Department of Computer Science and Business Systems has a rich experience in the field of Computer Science and 20+ years of teaching experience. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science & Engineering from University of Madras. Then she obtained her Master’s degree in Computer Science from Sathyabama University , Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration from Symbiosis and Doctorate Degree in the field of Wireless Sensor Networks from Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology. Her specializations include Wireless networks, Compiler Design, Data structures, Networking and Network Security.

Faculty List

S.No. Name of the Faculty Designation
1 Dr.D.Anuradha Professor & Head
2 Dr.S.Hemalatha Professor
3 Dr.J.Seetha Professor
4 Dr.A.Swaminathan Professor
5 Dr.A.Anbarasa Pandian Professor
6 Dr.S.Selvakumar Professor
7 Dr.S.Muruganandam Associate Professor
8 Dr.M.Arulselvan Associate Professor
9 Mrs.K.Kiruthika Associate Professor
10 Mrs.P.Sheela Rani Associate Professor
11 Ms.N.Uma maheswari Assistant Professor
12 Mrs.R.Janani Assistant Professor
13 Mrs.M.Devi Assistant Professor
14 Mrs.K.Supriya Assistant Professor
15 Mr.A.Suresh Assistant Professor
16 Mrs.C.Pradeeba Assistant Professor
17 Mrs.D.Yamini Assistant Professor
18 Mrs.S.Sankari Assistant professor
19 Mrs.S.Regina Assistant professor
20 Mrs.G.Nishanthi Assistant Professor
21 Mrs.R.Vanidhasri Assistant Professor
22 Mrs.S.Yuvashree Assistant Professor
23 Mr.S.Jayabalan Assistant Professor
24 Mrs.S.Rahini Sudha Assistant Professor
25 Mrs.M.Pavithra Assistant Professor
26 Mrs.R.Rekha Assistant Professor
27 Mrs.C.Navaneetha Assistant Professor
28 Mrs. D.Gayathri Assistant Professor
29 Mrs. N.Chitra Assistant Professor
30 Mrs.D.K.Geriyaashakthi Assistant Professor
31 Mrs.M.S.Kalpana Assistant Professor


  • 2020
    Programme started with the intake of 60 students
  • 2021
    Programme intake increased to 120 students
  • 2022
    Programme intake increased to 240 students
  • 2022
    MoU signed with Tata Consultancy Services for 5 years (Curriculum designed with the support from TCS)


The faculty has introduced and put into practice various innovative learning approaches to enhance students' comprehension.
These include

Collaborative Learning

Collaborative learning is an educational approach where students actively engage with each other in a group setting, fostering shared knowledge creation, problem-solving, and mutual understanding. is an educational approach where students actively engage with each other in a group setting, fostering shared knowledge creation, problem-solving, and mutual understanding.

Display of working models

The exhibition of working models involves showcasing tangible representations of concepts or systems, providing students with a visual and practical understanding of theoretical principles through real-world examples.

Teaching through value-added courses

Teaching through value-added courses involves instructing students in specialized or supplementary subjects that go beyond the core curriculum, aiming to provide additional skills, insights, or practical knowledge that can enhance their overall educational experience and future prospects.

Experiential learning provision

Experiential learning provision involves offering opportunities for students to gain knowledge and skills through direct, hands-on experiences, allowing them to actively participate in real-world scenarios and applications rather than relying solely on traditional classroom instruction.

Guest lectures
1. Data Mining and Data Analytics

2. Innovation – Converting Innovation to Start-up: The Strategy for Value

Industrial visits

Industrial visits, also known as industrial tours or field trips, are organized visits to companies or industrial facilities to provide students or professionals with practical exposure to real-world working environments.

Industrial visits contribute significantly to the overall learning experience, offering a practical dimension to academic knowledge and fostering a better understanding of industry dynamics.

Product/project-based learning

Product-based learning is educational approaches that emphasize hands-on experiences, collaboration, and the application of knowledge and skills in real-world scenarios.

Professional Society

Engaging in activities and becoming a part of professional societies can significantly contribute to personal and professional development. These activities offer opportunities for networking, learning, and staying updated on industry trends.

List of Clubs
1. Career in Tech

Guest Lecture on SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle) Balaji Narasimhan, a seasoned professional with 17+ years in software development, currently Tech Lead at Charles Schwab, was invited to give a guest lecture on SDLC intricacies. The aim is to enlighten students about its phases and provide valuable insights.

2. Bootcamp on Employability Skills:

The club extended a special invitation to Mr Divakar R from MaFoi Strategic Consultancy to lead an exclusive session tailored for final-year students. Focused on employability skills, the boot camp's primary objective was to equip students for successful placement interviews. The comprehensive session covered vital aspects such as aptitude, communication skills, and group discussions, fostering a well-rounded preparation to confidently navigate the interview process.

3. TEDx License

TEDx is a grassroots initiative, created in the spirit of TED’s overall mission to research and discover “ideas worth spreading.” TEDx brings the spirit of TED to local communities around the globe through TEDx events.

Panimalar Engineering College was granted a license to organize TEDx Event, this initiative was lead by students from CSBS Department.

First TEDxPanimalarEngineeringCollege Event was sucessfully organized on April 20th 2023 with 11 renowed Speakers sharing the ideas with the gathering.

Campus 2 Corporate

Dr Karthiya Banu, CEO of Inspire Softech Solutions, enriched students with a guest lecture on "Campus to Corporate." Her insights on personal branding, embracing discomfort, and linking education to real-world trends instilled confidence and skill enhancement. A crucial step in career preparation, her contribution empowered students for the professional journey.

NPTEL Programme

The National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning was initiated by seven Indian Institute of Technology. It is a programme under the Ministry of Human resources development, Government of India, initiated in 2003 for the creation of web and video courses in various disciplines of engineering, basic sciences, management and humanities.
• Online course: Free for all, Certification exam: For a nominal fee.
• 1000+ New courses run currently
• College Received ‘AA’ Grade for Local Chapter, Rating for 3 consecutive Year
• To Enroll visit the link:

Department Library

The department library has a separate library apart from central library which provides staffs and students the latest information in technical education, research and developmental activities..

Area  30 Sq.m.
No. of Titles 106
No. of Volumes  269
No. of Technical Magazines/Periodicals  02
No. of Total Technical Journals 06
No.of Computers  02
  • IEEE
  • Springer
  • Elsevier
  • ASME
  • ASCE
  • J-Gate
  • ASTM
  • Mcgraw Hil
  • STM Journal

Every effort has been made to obtain all titles recommended by the faculty.

Question Bank - Academic Year 2023 - 24 (Even Semester)
Year / Semester: II / IV




Probability And Statistics



Design and Analysis of Computer Algorithms (Lab Integrated)



Object Oriented Programming



Software Engineering



Computer Networks



Tele Health Technology (OE-I)

Year / Semester: III / VI




Human Resource Management



Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning



Compiler Design (Lab Integrated)



Design Thinking



Digital Marketing (PE- II)



Business Strategy Management (PE- II)



Waste Water Treatment (OE-II)

Year / Semester: IV / VIII

1. CW8017 IT Project Management
2. CW8021 Cloud Micro services and Application

Infrastructure Highlights

Details Count

No. of Class rooms


No. of Laboratory


No. of AV/Seminar hall


Lab Details

S.No. Name of Laboratory Major Equipments
1 Computer Center CC VII  (Operating Systems Laboratory) 78 Clients , 3 Server
2 Computer Center CC XXII  (Artificial Intelligence Laboratory) 70 Clients , 2 Server
3 Computer Center CC XXIII (Data Structures Laboratory) 38 Clients , 1 Server
4 Computer Center CC XXIV (Project Laboratory) 40 Clients , 1 Server
5 Networks Lab 36 Clients , 1 Server

For Admissions

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