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Our Mission

“To provide value based education and mould the character of the younger generation through a synthesis of science and spirituality so that their earnest endeavor to achieve progress and prosperity in life is matched by an ardent desire to extend selfless service to the society, one complementing the other. ”

RESEARCH - THE FORCE BEHIND THE ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

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One of the most important driving forces behind the earnest attempt to reach heights of academic brilliance at the institute has been the ongoing research activity. In their endeavour to enrich knowledge in contributing towards quality education, faculty members in all departments have been doing consistent research work.

Some of the faculty members are presently working towards gaining their Ph. D. degree. Faculty members have contributed papers at the National and International venues. They used to regularly attend conferences to gain more deeper understanding of their research areas. School strongly believes in the dictum that knowledge grows when shared and encourages faculty members to do so.

AREAS OF RESEARCH

DEPARTMENT RESEARCH AREA / TOPIC FACULTY
COMPUTER SCIENCE Classification Techniques for Large Data Sets Dr. M. V. Judy
Cloud Computing: Optimization in Databases Dr. U. Krishnakumar
Visualization Techniques for Biological Databases Dr. M. V. Judy
Cryptography in Databases Dr. Vergheese Paul (CUSAT)
Mapping Genotype to Phenotype using Soft Computing Techniques Dr. M. V. Judy
MATHEMATICS Time Series Analysis of Indian Monsoon Dr. A. N. Balchand
Dr. K. V. Pramod (CUSAT)
MATHEMATICS & COMMERCE AND MANAGEMENT
(INTERDISCIPLINARY)
Optimization in Supply Chain Logistics Dr. A. S. Ambily
COMMERCE AND MANAGEMENT Impact of Bank Amalgamation on the Banking Services Dr. A. S. Ambily
Total Quality Management in Collegiate Education - A study at the M. G. University and its affiliated
Arts and Science colleges
Dr. Rajagopala Nair
(M. G. University)
Commodification of Technology -'Mobile phone as an essential commodity among working class'
– A Case Study
Dr. A. S. Ambily
VISUAL MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION In search of strange loops and meaningless symbols in post modern art and literature Dr. P. P. Vijayalekshmi
Prof. Vijayakumara Menon
ENGLISH AND LANGUAGES Cultural motifs in Epistemological Transition Dr. T. K. Pius (Bharathiar)
M. Rajesh
Literary Theory, Film Studies Dr. K. Sreena
VISUAL COMMUNICATION & COMPUTER SCIENCE
(INTERDISCIPLINARY)
Development of Visual Tools for Effective Science Communication Dr. P. P. Vijayalekshmi
Dr. U. Krishnakumar

SPONSORED PROJECT

PROJECT DURATION FUNDING AGENCY FUND RECOMMENDED PRINCIPLE INVESTIGATOR CO-INVESTIGATORS
Development of a computational tool, algorithms for
gene-finding, mapping of genotype – phenotype based onclassification of clinical data for Autism spectrum disorder
3 Years Cognitive Science Research Initiative Programme 
Department of Science and Technology (CSI-DST)
Government of India
Rs. 18, 80,400.00 Dr. M. V. Judy Dr. U. Krishnakumar
Dr. K. P. Vinayan
A. G. Hari Narayanan

PUBLICATIONS

  • Computer Science & IT
  • Commerce & Management
  • Mathematics
  • Visual Media
  • English & Languages
  1. A. G. Hari Narayanan, U. Krishnakumar, and M. V. Judy, “An Enhanced MapReduce Framework for Solving Protein Folding Problem using a Parallel Genetic Algorithm”, ICT and Critical Infrastructure: Proceedings of the 48th Annual Convention of CSI - Volume I, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing 248,241 DOI: 10. 1007/978-3-319-03107-1_27, © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2014

  2. Hari Narayanan A. G., Krishankumar U., Judy M. V., Constructing a personalized e-learning system for students with autism based on soft semantic web technologies, IEEE International Conference on Technology Enhanced Education, January 2012published in IEEE XplorePrint ISBN: 978-1-4577-0725-4

  3. Judy, M. V., Ravichandran, K. S & K. Murugesan, “A multi-Objective Evolutionary algorithm for Protein Structure Prediction with Immune Operators”, International journal, Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, (2009) 1476-8259, Volume 12, Issue 4, August 2009, Pages 407 – 413, ISSN: 1476-8259 (electronic) 1025-5842 (paper) , (Impact Factor: 1. 573) © Thomson Scientific Journal Citation Reports 2008

  4. R. Nandakumar and N. Ramana Rao, “Fair partitions of polygons: An elementary introduction”, Proceedings of Indian Academy Sciences, (Math. Sci) Vol. 122. No. 3, August 2012, pp. 459-467. @ Indian Academy of Sciences

  5. Arun Kumar N., “Text Extraction from Document Images Using Edge Information and Translation using EBMT", International Journal of Electronics Communication and Computer Engineering Volume 4, issue(2), ICEA-2013, ISSN 2249-07

  6. Judy, M. V., B. Ramadoss, “An Enhanced Solution to the Protein Folding Problem Using a Hybrid Genetic Algorithm With G-Bit improvement Strategy”, International Journal of Modeling andOptimization 2012, Vol. 2(3): 356-359 ISSN: 2010-3697

  7. Judy M. V, Ravichandran K. S, & K. Murugesan, “Enhancement of Protein Folding Problem using a Genetic Algorithm with Introns” Published in International journal of Computational Intelligence in Bio-informatics, ISSN:0973-385X Volume 1 Number1(2008) pp. 35-43

  8. M. R. Bivin, M. V. Judy and B. Ramadoss, “A Neutrosophic Cognitive Map Based Approach for the Prediction of Severity of Autism Spectrum Disorder " has been accepted for presentation in Third International conference on Bioinformatics (IFIP), September 2013, NIT, Bhopal.

  9. Ashutosh Rajan and M V Judy, “ An Enhanced Map Reduce Framework for Improving the Performance of Massively Scalable Private Clouds”. International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA),Proceedings on Amrita International Conference of Women in Computing - 2013AICWIC(3):24-26, January 2013. Published by Foundation of Computer Science, New York, USA. (0. 814 impact factor)

  10. Ranjidha Rajan, “Genotype –Phenotype Mapping in Autism, A model using soft computing techniques, International conference in Bioinformatics, Macfast College, Tiruvalla. 11. Nima S. Nair, SanalChandran “Network Forensic Evidence Collection: Challenges in Private and Public Cloud Environments " National Conference on Security Monitoring, Amrita School of Arts and Sciences, Kochi Campus

  11. Sreeja Ashok , “Managing Security Concerns” National Conference on Security Monitoring, Amrita School of Arts and Sciences, Kochi Campus

  12. Ranjidha Rajan, “Evolutionary Computing Techniques in Steganography A Comparative study”, National Conference on Security Monitoring, Amrita School of Arts and Sciences, Kochi Campus

  13. Prasannakumar C. V, Leena V , “Conception of Big Data Sensemaking by Self Correcting False Positives Using Non Monotonic Reasoning” National Conference on Security Monitoring, Amrita School of Arts and Sciences, Kochi Campus

  14. Hari Narayanan A. G., M V Judy, “Security Challenges in Web 3. 0”, National Conference on Security Monitoring, Amrita School of Arts and Sciences, Kochi Campus

  15. M. Soumya Krishnan, "Risk Assessment Capability Using Spiral and Agile Software Development Models: -A Comparative Study", National Conference on Security Monitoring, Amrita School of Arts and Sciences, Kochi Campus

  16. A. S. Mahesh, Rajalakshmi V R , "Big Data and Hadoop – Transformation Role in Indian Public Sector", National Conference on Security Monitoring, Amrita School of Arts and Sciences, Kochi Campus

  17. Arun Kumar N., Gaina K. G., “Information hiding- A Survey” National Conference on Security Monitoring, Amrita School of Arts and Sciences, Kochi Campus

  18. Ashutosh Rajan, Dhanya S, “Secure Hadoop Distributed File System and MapReduce, National Conference on Security Monitoring, Amrita School of Arts and Sciences, Kochi Campus

  19. Nitha L. , “Data Mining A Proportional Study in Privacy Preserving Techniques”, National Conference on Security Monitoring

  20. Sumesh S.,C. Tripthi & M. V. Judy, ”A Hybridized Approach for Network Intrusion Detection System”, National Conference on Applications of Data Mining in Management of Metabolic and Degenerative Disorders (2012) , Amrita School of Arts and Sciences, Mysore, India.

  21. Hari Narayanan A. G. & M. V. Judy,”Analysis of Soft Computing Techniques used in Mining Health Care Data”, National Conference on Applications of Data Mining in Management of Metabolic and Degenerative Disorders (2012) , Amrita School of Arts and Sciences, Mysore, India.

 

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