About Department:

The Computer Science and Engineering is more sought degree with a wide scope for employment, research and entrepreneurship. The Department of CSE understand the need of ever-changing technology that industry looks for trained professionals. CSE graduates have a wider scope to work in IT and IT enable service industry and sectors as Data Scientist, Data management expert, Data Security Engineers, Embedded Engineers, Mobile Application Developers, Gaming Technologist, Web Developers and software developers/quality Assurance/Testing. CUTMAP is one of the best engineering colleges in, Andhra Pradesh based on placement records, especially in Computer Science Engineering.

CSE department offers B. Tech in Computer Science and Engineering which follows Choice Based Curriculum Systems (CBCS) with a domain focused curriculum that leads to produce technology expert and get awarded certification from industry.


  • Software Engineering
  • Computer Networking
  • Computer Science and Biosciences
  • Internet of Things & Cyber Security with Block Chain Technology
  • Data Science
  • Amazon Web Service
  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

The Curriculum of CSE is quite dynamic and it gets updated as and when required with industry support and feedback from Alumni. The department has collaboration with leading industry viz; AWS, IBM, Red Hat, UNITY and Dassault Systems in developing curriculum, course delivery and industry certification. The programme has a structure to undertake multiple projects enable the learner to gain programming skill and to learn & apply current technology.

The Department also offers M. Tech in Data Analytics that enhances the employability of a graduate for better career in industry and academics. It also offers Doctoral Programe (Ph. D.)  to work on real-time problem.


To develop a spirit of inquiry, art of thinking, problem solving and the joy of programming while creating an environment of learning for students to grow into next generation nation builders who are responsible, fair, happy and inspired citizens.


  • Enable students to seek fulfilling careers in industry, research, government or as entrepreneurs.
  • Enable alumni to be respected in society for their positive energy, responsible attitude and expertise.
  • Empower faculty to have impact on society for their contributions and achievements.
  • Create teaching models and a learning culture which could be emulated by other institutions.

Program Educational Objectives:

  • PEO-1:Prepare students to build competency in current technology and its application to meet the industry need for skilled Engineer
  • PEO-2:Provide students with strong foundational concepts and also domain knowledge to pursue research to build solutions or systems of varying complexity to solve the problems identified
  •  PEO-3: Enable graduates to innovate, bring new idea and become an entrepreneur

Program Specific Outcomes: 

  • PSO-1.Graduate will be able work on high-end technology at IT Services industries.
  • PSO-2.Graduate can acquire industry certified level of competency and work on real time IT application projects viz; Infrastructure /Health/Agriculture/Security/Data Management etc.
  • PSO-3. Graduate can start its own IT service company to provide technical solution


Achievements of the University Computer Science Engineering (CSE) Department include a wide range of accomplishments that showcase the department’s excellence in education, research, innovation, and community engagement.

  • Research Excellence: The department has a track record of producing high-impact research publications in top-tier academic journals and conferences. This includes breakthroughs in areas such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, cyber-security, computer vision, robotics, and software engineering.
  • Industry Collaborations: The department has been highly successful in collaborating with industry partners that has lead to technology transfer, commercialization of research outcomes, and solutions to real-world problems. These collaborations have resulted in numerous joint research projects, sponsored research agreements, and technology licensing agreements.
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship: The department of CSE have a vibrant culture of innovation and entrepreneurship, with faculty members and students launching startups, securing patents for novel technologies, and participating in entrepreneurship programs and competitions.
  • Student Achievements: Students from the CSE department have received prestigious awards, scholarships, and fellowships for their academic achievements, research contributions, and extracurricular activities. They also have participated and excelled in programming competitions, hackathons, and robotics competitions.
  • Placement and Alumni Success: The department’s graduates have been highly successful in securing positions at leading companies, research institutions, and startups worldwide. Alumni may have achieved notable success in their careers, making significant contributions to academia, industry, and society.
  • Infrastructure and Facilities: The department have been maintaining state-of-the-art laboratories, computing facilities, and research centers equipped with advanced hardware, software, and instrumentation. These facilities support cutting-edge research, hands-on learning, and collaboration.
  • Community Engagement and Outreach: The department have been actively engaged with the broader community through community outreach programs, educational initiatives, and partnerships with local schools, businesses, and non-profit organizations. These efforts aim to promote computer science education, diversity, and inclusion.
  • Recognition and Rankings: The department have received continual recognition and high rankings from reputable organizations and publications for its academic programs, research output, faculty expertise, and student outcomes.
  • Contributions to Society: Through research, education, and outreach activities, the department has contributed to addressing societal challenges and advancing knowledge in areas such as healthcare, education, sustainability, and social justice.

Department Activities:

The activities of a Computer Science Engineering department at a Centurion University typically encompass a wide range of academic, research, and extracurricular endeavors. The department has been a hub of academic excellence, research innovation, and professional development, aimed at preparing students for successful careers in the rapidly evolving field of computer science and engineering.

  • Academic Programs: The Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Engineering is a study that ranges from topics dealing with the theoretical studies of algorithms and information to the practical issues of implementing computing systems in both hardware and software. Practicing real-time, industry-used tools, languages and algorithms, the curriculum is designed in partnership with the industry and adheres to dynamic syllabus making – AI, ML, Data Science and Warehousing, Cyber Security, Cloud Computing, High Performance Computing, Quantum Computing, Spectral Image Analytics, IIoT, Embedded Systems, Mobile Computing, Edge Computing, SoC, ARVR and Gaming. The department has academic partnerships with Unity, Unreal, AWS, Dassault Systems, and many other cutting-edge technology companies. Industry certifications are also integrated into the curriculum, preparing students to be the workforce of the future.
  • Research: Faculty members and students engage in cutting-edge research across various domains within computer science, including AI, ML, Data Science and Warehousing, Cyber Security, Cloud Computing, High Performance Computing, Quantum Computing, Spectral Image Analytics, IIoT, Embedded Systems, Mobile Computing, Edge Computing, SoC, ARVR and Gaming. Research projects often lead to participation into hackathons at the national level and for publications in academic journals and presentations at conferences.
  • Collaborations and Partnerships: The department collaborates with industry partners, other academic institutions, SIH, and research organizations to foster innovation, exchange knowledge, and create opportunities for students and faculty.
  • Internships and Industry Connections: Students are provided with opportunities for internships, co-op programs, and industry projects to gain real-world experience and build connections with potential employers.
  • Student Interventions and Activities: There are various student-led interventions and clubs focused on computer science and engineering, such as coding clubs, hackathons, robotics clubs, and women in tech groups. These activities promote networking, skill development, and community engagement.
  • Seminars and Workshops: The department regularly hosts seminars, workshops, and guest lectures featuring experts from academia and industry. These events cover emerging trends, research findings, career advice, and practical skills relevant to the field of computer science engineering.
  • Facilities and Resources: The department provides state-of-the-art laboratories, computing facilities, software tools, and resources to support teaching, research, and student projects. This includes access to specialized hardware, software licenses, and computing infrastructure.


Projects undertaken by a University Computer Science Engineering (CSE) Department can encompass a wide range of topics and objectives, from academic research endeavors to industry collaborations and student-led initiatives.
  • Research Projects :Faculty members and graduate students are often engaged in research projects aimed at advancing knowledge in various areas of computer science and engineering. These projects may involve theoretical investigations, algorithm development, experimental studies, and practical applications. Examples include projects in artificial intelligence, machine learning, computer vision, cyber-security, robotics, and data science.
  • Industry Collaborations: The department had the privilege of collaborating with industry partners on research and development projects aimed at addressing real-world challenges, developing innovative technologies, and fostering technology transfer. These projects often involve faculty expertise, student involvement, and access to university resources.
  • Smart Engineering Projects: The department graduate programs include capstone projects as a culminating experience where students apply their knowledge and skills to solve practical problems or develop software systems. These projects are usually sponsored by industry partners or proposed by faculty members based on current research interests.
  • Domain Research Projects: Students in the department undertake independent research projects in the respective domains under the guidance of faculty mentors as a partial fulfilment of the course in their respective semesters. These projects provide valuable hands-on experience, allow students to explore their interests, and contribute to the department’s research efforts.
  • Open Source Contributions: Faculty members and students also contribute to open-source projects by developing software, libraries, or tools that are freely available for use by the broader community. These contributions help advance the state-of-the-art in various areas of computer science and engineering and promote collaboration and knowledge sharing.
  • Hackathons and Competitions: The department often organize or participate in hackathons, coding competitions, robotics competitions, and other events where students have the opportunity to work on intensive, time-bound projects, showcase their skills, and network with peers and industry professionals.
  • Interdisciplinary Projects: Some projects undertaken by the department also involve collaboration with other departments or disciplines, such as health science, electronics, mechanical engineering, agriculture or business, to address complex problems that require expertise from multiple fields.

Research Center

The Research Center within the University’s Computer Science Engineering Department plays a vital role in advancing knowledge, fostering innovation, and addressing societal challenges through interdisciplinary research, collaboration, and education.

  • Research Focus Areas: The department research center typically focuses on specific areas of computer science and engineering, such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, computer vision, cyber security, robotics, data science, and software engineering. These focus areas align with the expertise and interests of the faculty members and the current trends in the industry and academia.
  • Interdisciplinary Collaboration: The department research center have been fostering interdisciplinary collaborations, bringing together researchers from different departments within the university (such as mathematics, electronics engineering, and mechanical engineering) and sometimes from external organizations. This interdisciplinary approach encourages diverse perspectives and facilitates the development of innovative solutions to complex problems.
  • Industry Partnerships: The department research center has been outstanding in establishing partnerships with industry leaders, startups, and government agencies to address real-world challenges, transfer technology, and facilitate technology transfer. These partnerships quite often has resulted into joint research projects, sponsored research, internships, and technology patents and licensing agreements.
  • Funding Opportunities: The department research center has the potential and acumen to seek funding from various sources, including government grants, industry sponsorships, philanthropic donations, and internal university resources. This funding supports research projects, infrastructure development, student scholarships, and other activities of the center.
  • Research Projects: The center coordinates and conducts research projects that advance the state-of-the-art in its focus areas. These projects may range from fundamental research to applied research and may involve theoretical analysis, algorithm development, experimental studies, and prototype implementation.
  • Publication and Dissemination: The department research center has been contributing to the academic community by publishing research findings in peer-reviewed journals, presenting papers at conferences, and organizing workshops and symposia. They also disseminate knowledge through technical reports, white papers, and open-source software releases.
  • Skill Development and Training: The department research center has been phenomenal in providing valuable opportunities for graduate students to engage in cutting-edge research, collaborate with faculty members and industry partners, and develop skills that are essential for their academic and professional growth. This may include research assistantships, fellowships, and specialized training programs.
  • Community Engagement: Last but not the least the depart research center has often been engaged with the broader community through outreach activities, such as public lectures, educational programs for school children and drop out students, and collaborations with local businesses and organizations. These activities raise awareness about the importance of computer science and engineering and inspire the next generation of researchers and innovators.


The infrastructure facilities of a Computer Science Engineering (CSE) Department at Centurion University encompass a variety of resources and amenities that support teaching, research, and student activities. Such a facility of a University Computer Science Engineering Department is designed to create a conducive environment for learning, research, collaboration, and innovation in the dynamic field of computer science and engineering.

  • Laboratories: The CSE department at Centurion University have been equipped with multiple specialized laboratories along with state-of-the-art hardware and software for various purposes, including:
    • Software Technology Labs: These labs provide workstations or PCs with programming environments and development tools for students to practice coding and software development.
    • Cyber-Security and Networking Labs: Equipped with routers, switches, and network simulation software, these labs allow students to experiment with network configurations and protocols.
    • Hardware Labs: These labs contain equipment for studying computer architecture, embedded systems, and digital logic design.
    • Data Science Labs: Equipped with powerful servers and data analysis tools, these labs support research and projects in data mining, machine learning, and big data analytics.
  • Classrooms and Lecture Halls: The department has dedicated classrooms and lecture halls equipped with audio-visual equipment, projectors, and whiteboards for delivering lectures, conducting discussions, and hosting presentations.
  • Research Centers and Incubation Cell: The department has the potential of maintaining an in house specialized research centers and incubation cell focused on specific areas of computer science and engineering, equipped with advanced computing facilities, research laboratories, and collaborative spaces.
  • Library Resources: The university library provides access to a vast collection of books, journals, research papers, and electronic resources related to computer science and engineering. Facilitated with broad band Wi-Fi connectivity the library provides a sound physical and digital learning environment round the clock to its stakeholders. The learning materials are in the printed, audio and visual formats. The library is integrated into the University’s Management Information System (MIS) that deploys Open Access system with different work stations to an up to date study materials, question bank, archive of projects along with codes developed by students and faculties specific to CSE.
  • Computing Facilities: The department offers computing facilities, including computer clusters, servers, and cloud computing resources, to support research, coursework, and student projects. These facilities may also include software licenses for specialized tools and applications.
  • Project Rooms and Collaboration Spaces: To facilitate group work and collaboration, the department provides project rooms, meeting rooms, and collaboration spaces equipped with whiteboards, projectors, public addressing system and network connectivity.
  • Workshops Arena and Maker Spaces: The department is equipped with facilities in order to conduct workshops and maker spaces and tools and equipment for prototyping, soldering, 3D printing, and electronics experimentation, fostering hands-on learning and innovation.
  • Seminar Rooms and State of Art Auditoriums: The department has seminar rooms and auditoriums for hosting seminars, workshops, guest lectures, and academic events. These spaces are equipped with audio-visual equipment and seating arrangements suitable for large audiences.
  • Student Lounge and Recreational Areas: To promote social interaction and relaxation, the department may provide student lounges, recreational areas, and cafeterias where students can unwind, socialize, and recharge between classes and activities.