M.Tech. (Computer Science and Engineering)

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M.Tech. (Computer Science and Engineering)


The M. Tech program in Computer Science is a master’s course that is offered to the students with an appeal to learn new and advanced concepts in any area of computer science. The Program finds the basic of the course through the strong and excelled concepts about the computer of the applicant.

The course is a 4-semester program in which 3 semesters of the students are allocated for the course work of students. The final semester is completely dedicated to the thesis work of the students to give students a detailed knowledge about the respective domain and get from students the superior quality of research output.

The vision of the course is to give the world the best research scholars that can give strong conclusions about their research domains.  


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The Technical post graduates scholars with Computer Science and Engineering specialization will be able to:

  • Apply the advanced knowledge of computer science engineering with the expertise in Mathematical concepts, Soft computing, Neural Networks, Wireless Computing and Advanced database Management Systems.
  • Develop Research Skills in Computer Science & Engineering by writing research papers in various journals and conferences of national and international repute.
  • Articulate the design underpinnings of Computer network systems and research findings to train professionals or to educate engineering students.
  • In minor project and Dissertation during the course, they contribute effectively as a team member/leader, using common tools and environment.

  • The students will be able to design and conduct experiments that will help them to analyze and interpret data used in real world.
  • Research in different domains will make them aware of the issues faced in current research scenario.
  • The students will be able to design software systems, components, and processes that will meet the needs for various economic, environmental and social constraints.
  • The course will help them to fill the research gaps and bring into the consideration of researchers the new research zone that could be looked upon and worked on.
  • The knowledge of the students will be shared with the world through seminars and publications in different national and international conferences and journals.





Computer Science and Engineering(CSE)


2 Years



A Candidate must hold Bachelor’s degree of four-year duration in the relevant discipline as mentioned above with 50% (47.50% in the case of SC/ST candidates) marks in aggregate along with valid GATE score or equivalent grade from a recognized University or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto by Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak or as may be amended by the competent authority.

Computer Science & Engineering


B.E./ B.Tech (CSE/ CE/ IT) or equivalent degree in CSE/ CE/ IT/ ECE/ EE/ El & EE/ E&IE/ ElE or MCA or M.Sc. (CS/ IT/ Software) or M.Sc. (Maths) or M.Sc. (Physics) *

  • 1st Preference:

B.E. / B. Tech. or equivalent degree in Computer Engineering / Computer Science & Engineering / Computer Technology / Information Technology.

  • 2nd Preference:

B.E. / B. Tech. or equivalent degree in Electronics & Communication Engineering / Electronics Engineering / Electrical & Electronics Engineering / Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering/Electrical Engineering.

  • 3rd Preference:

MCA / M. Sc. (Computer Science) / M.Sc (I.T), / M. Sc. (Software Engineering) /M. Sc. (Maths) / M. Sc. (Physics).

*As may be amended by the competent Authority.



Admission to the courses will be made as per the direction issued by the competent authority at the time of admission.



Total Fees: Rs.1,35,000/-

  • 1st Installment= Rs.45,000/-
  • 2nd Installment= Rs.40,000/-
  • 3rd Installment= Rs.30,000/-
  • 4th Installment= Rs.20,000/-

“RESEARCH” is a word that makes a systematic investigation for the study of different computer components and architecture to get some facts and reach a new conclusion.To make the students aware about the different research domains that could be looked for investigation by using certain computer language knowledge. Thus, the students are made to go through some lab wok to decide their domain of research for their thesis.

Object Oriented Programming Lab(OOP lab)

Object-Oriented Programming is a programming paradigm that combines data and instructions for processing the data into an object that can be used within the program. Object-oriented programming provides the concepts that help to model complicated systems of the real world into manageable software solutions. In this lab, students will learn the basic concepts of OOP with C++ language such as Inheritance, constructors, templates etc.

Internet Lab (IWT Lab)

This lab deals with the working of web applications where students will get a thorough knowledge of web designing and development. It includes working with HTML, CSS, and JAVA.

Operating System Lab(OS Lab)

OS being the heart of computers and it includes the basic of how the computers are made alive. It also includes the UNIX concepts for making the students aware of how operating systems are used for various applications.

Project Lab

Students are given a flavor of the thesis in the form of mini projects that they will work by choosing the topic of their own choice. This lab helps the students to get clarity about the domain of their research in which they will conclude some new facts depending on the available data.

Soft Computing Lab (SC Lab)

The lab familiarizes the students about the MATLAB software and its user interface used for carrying out various numerical, computation and analysis. The lab deals with exploring more advanced features of MATLAB in a unified and logical manner.

Artificial Intelligence Lab(AI Lab)

Artificial Intelligence is a wide branch of Computer Science that deals with how the intelligence could be incorporated in the machines. The labs include the conceptualization for game playing, common sense reasoning, robotics etc.

As a holistically run organization, the B.S.A.E.I. support its faculty in maintaining their edge. The Management is always enthusiastic to encourage, extend financial help and support the faculty of the department, who are interested in adding to their qualifications along with their teaching assignments.

Some of the publications are:

  • ”A Power Efficient Cluster Head Routing  Protocol for Mobile Adhoc Network”, Pawan, Rajendra .K. Sharma, A.K.Sharma, International Journal of Computer Academic Research (IJCAR), Volume 4 June 2015, ISSN 2305-9184, pp. 119-131
  • “A New Approach for Power Aware Routing for Mobile Adhoc Network”, Pawan, Rajendra .K.Sharma, American International Journal of Research in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics, 2015, ISSN 2328-3491, pp. 31-36
  • ” An Efficient Power Aware Routing Protocol for Mobile Adhoc Network using Cluster Head”, Pawan, Rajendra.K.Sharma, A.K.Sharma, International Conference on” Computing for Sustainable Global Development”, 16th -18th March 2016, INDIACOM New Delhi.
  • ” Genetic Algorithm Based Routing Protocol for Energy-Efficient  Routing for  Manet”, Pawan, Rajendra .K.Sharma, A.K.Sharma, International  Conference on “ Recent Trends in Computer and Information  Technology Research “, 25th -26th  September 2016, BSAITM, Faridabad, Haryana(INDIA)
  • “G-AODV: A Novel Approach to Improve AODV by using the genetic algorithm in VANET,” Bhawna Wadhwa, Chanchal Garg IJIRCCE Vol. 4, Issue 6 (ISSN: 2320-9801), JUNE 2016.
  • “Performance Analysis of V-AODV Routine Protocol for Intelligent Transportation System,” Bhawna Wadhwa, Chanchal Garg IJIRCCE Vol. 4, Issue 4 (ISSN: 2320-9801), APRIL 2016.
  • “A Detailed Survey of Vehicular Ad hoc Networks Routing Protocols,” Bhawna Wadhwa, Chanchal Garg IJSETR Vol. 5, Issue 6 (ISSN: 2278-7798), JUNE 2016”. Bhawna Wadhwa, Chanchal Garg IJSETR Vol. 5, Issue 6 (ISSN: 2278-7798), JUNE 2016.
  • “An Efficient Approach for Routing in Mobile Adhoc Network”, Geetanjali Gandhi, Nisha Bhadana, IJIRCCE Vol. 4 Issue 6 (ISSN:2320-9801) June 2016.
  • “An Efficient Approach for Routing in Mobile Adhoc Network (A Review Paper),” Geetanjali Gandhi, Nisha Bhadana, IJIRCCE Vol. 4 Issue 4 (ISSN:2320-9801) April 2016.
  • “Study of Crawlers and Indexing Techniques in Hidden Web”, Geetanjali Gandhi, Sweety Mangla, IJCSMC Vol. 4 Issue 4(ISSN: 2320-088X) April 2015.
  • “Dual Steganography Technique using Status LSB & DWT algorithm”. Deepkiran Munjal, Manisha Mittal, IJIRCCE Vol 4, Issue 6 (ISSN (Online): 2320-9801, ISSN (Print): 2320-9798) June 2016.
  • “Comprehensive survey on Voice over Internet Protocol(VOIP)” Tripti Raheja, Deepkiran Munjal IJARCET Vol 4, Issue 4 (ISSN: 2278-1323) April 2015.
  • “A Review paper of Dual Steganography Technique using status LSB & DWT” Deepkiran Munjal, Manisha Mittal IJCSET Vol 7, Issue 5 (ISSN: 2229-3345) May 2016.
  • “A Review of Ontology-based Focused Crawling Approaches,” Risha Gaur, Dilip Kumar Sharma, ICSCTET, (ISBN:978-1-4673-9120-7), August 2014.
  • “Focused Crawling with Ontology using semi-automatic tagging for relevancy,” Risha Gaur, Dilip Kumar Sharma, IC3, (ISBN: 978-1-4799-5173-4) August 2014.
  • “A Review on Enhancing the security of the Link State Protocol in MANET using Cryptography,” Charu Kathuria, IJIRCCE, Vol. 4, Issue 6 (ISSN: 2320-9801), JUNE 2016.
  • “Review and Analysis of Hashing Techniques,” Sangeeta Raheja IJARCSSE, Vol 4, Issue 5, May 2014.
  • “Comparative Study of Hashing Algorithms using Cryptographic Steganography using Audio files,” Sangeeta Raheja IJARCSSE, Vol 4, Issue 5, May 2014.
  • “Secure Key Predistribution and Mutual Node Authentication Protocol in WSN using ECC” IJCA, March 2014.
  • “Introduction to Intrusion Detection System: Review” to be published in our International Journal – International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research”, May 2015 edition.
  • “A Study on Fast Intra Prediction Mode Decision Algorithms in HEVC”, IJIRCCE 2016.
  • “Electronic seal stamping based on Group Signature” in International Journal of Computer Science Issues, Girija Srikanth, Volume 8, Issue 3, No 1, May 2011.
  • “Diffie-Hellman algorithm and anonymous micropayments authentication in mobile data network”, Girija Srikanth, in International Organization for Scientific Research, Volume 15, Issue 1, No 4, Nov 2013.
  • “Fast Offline Signature Verification using QR code on printed cheques-A review”, Girija Srikanth, in International Journal for Advance Research in Engineering and Technology, Volume 2, Issue 3, March 2014.
  • Girija Srikanth presented a paper “Enhancing Authentication on RFID tags for Anti-counterfeiting using CA” in ICDATPM, Lingaya’s University, Faridabad.
  • “Query based Duplicate Data detection on WWW”, Ranjna Gupta, A.K.sharma, Neelam Duhan, Neha Aggarwal, International Journal of Computer Science & Engineering (IJCSE) Vol. 02, No. 04, 2010, 1395-1400.
  • Article: “Comparative Study on Semantic Search Engines”, Ranjana Jain, Neelam Duhan and A K Sharma International Journal of Computer Applications 131(14):4-11, December 2015. Published by Foundation of Computer Science (FCS), NY, USA.
  • “Developing Human Family Tree using SWRL Rules”, Ranjana Jain, Dr. Neelam Duhan, Dr. A.K.Sharma, Proceedings of the 10th INDIACom; INDIACom-2016; IEEE Conference ID: 37465 2016 3rd International Conference on “Computing for Sustainable Global Development”, 16th – 18th March 2016.
  • “Analysis of Web Search Engine Query Log”, Ranjan Gupta, Neha Aggarwal,” National Conference on Emerging trend in information technology & Communication Systems organized by BSAITM, Faridabad, August 2010.
  • ”Sequential pattern mining Algorithms:    A Survey”, Ranjan Gupta, Neha Aggarwal, Bhawna Chauhan National Conference on Advanced Computing and Communication Technology (ACCT-10) organized by Vaish College of Engineering, Rohtak, June 2010.
  • Susheela Hooda presented the paper in 10th INDIA Com; INDIACom-2016; IEEE Conference ID: 37465, 3rd International Conference on “Computing for Sustainable Global Development”, on “A systematic review for testing an aspect-oriented program” and also available at IEEE-Xplore.
  • Susheela Hooda presented the paper in NCACNIT-09 “National Conference on advances in computer networks and information technology” Organized by GJU, Hisar on “Simulation of job scheduling algorithms in interactive computer system”, Paper ID-138.
  • “Genetic algorithm for optical network planning”,
  • Paper ID-935”, Susheela Hooda, in National Conference on Emerging Trends in Software & Networking Technologies (ETSNT’09)  organized by AMITY University Uttar Pradesh Institute of Information and Technology.
  • Susheela Hooda presented the paper in National Conference on Role and importance of ICT in Inaccessible areas organized by GJU, Hisar on “Importance of image processing in GIS”.  
  • “Facial Recognition system-A security system based on Image Processing”, Susheela Hooda, in National Conference on Advances in Knowledge Management organized by Lingaya’s Unversity, Faridabad.
  • Ms.Bhawna Chauhan, Ms.Asha Rani Mishra, presented the paper “Testing Web Applications by Modeling with Minimum Stata Automata”, in International Conference on Recent Trends in Computer and Information Technology Research, in B.S Anangpuria Institute of Technology and Management on 25th and 26th September 2015
  • “Review Paper on Moving Object Segmentation Techniques”, Ms.Bhawna Chauhan, Abhilasha published in International Journal of Research in Computer Applications and Research, ISSN No. 2320-7345, Volume 2, Issue-5.