Project Notice


Department Of Computer Science & Engineering



The 8th Semester students of CSE are informed that :-

  • The project report draft copy has to be corrected on or before 1:00 pm on 16th May 2014 by respective guide and HOD.
  • Demo and presentation should be shown to the respective guides before 16th May 2014.
  • Final Report copy should be submitted to the department before

1:00 pm on 20th May 2014(should be signed by guide and HOD).

  • A CD/DVD containing project source along with directions on how to execute,documents, report soft copy and all presentations.



Regarding – Technical Seminar 2014


Department Of Computer Science & Engineering

Circular VIIIth Semester

Notice to students in the blog: Date: 19/03/2014

All the students of VIII semester CSE are hereby informed that the technical seminars have been postponed. The scheduled dates are 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4rd April 2014.

Date Time Project Batches
1/04/14 9:30 to 4:30 1,2,3,4,5
2/04/14 9:30 to 4:30 6,7,8,9,10
3/04/14 9:30 to 4:30 11,12,13,14,15,
4/04/14 9:30 to 4:30 16,17,18,19,20,21


Submit final report signed by the guide and hod before 25th March 2014 along with CD/DVD containing report, ppt and all the related documents.


Technical Seminar(2013-14) Notice


Department Of Computer Science & Engineering

Circular VIIIth Semester

The Final Technical Seminar for VIII semester CSE is scheduled as follows:

Date Time Project Batches
19/03/14 9:30 to 4:30 1,2,3,4,5
20/03/14 9:30 to 4:30 6,7,8,9,10
21/03/14 9:30 to 4:30 11,12,13,14,15,
24/03/14 2:00 to 4:30 16,17,18,
25/03/14 2:00 to 4:30 19,20,21,

All the students are here by informed to note the following points for the submission of Technical Seminar Report and presentation.

  1. One draft copy of the report should be submitted to the department on or before 7/03/2014, after beingcorrected and signed by the concerned guide and HOD.
  2. Attendance is mandatory for all the students during seminar sessions.
  3. Dress code: Formal dress with Blazer.
  4. Duration of the seminar: 15 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for questions and answers.
  5. Minimum number of Slides 20 and organize the Slides as per flow of report only.
  6. For the report preparation and further guidance contact the concerned guide and coordinator.
  7. All the presentations should be loaded on to the system before 19/03/2014 in the department.
  8. All the students need to submit CD containing presentation, report, base papers and reference papers on final report submission day.
  9. If Student fail to give presentation as per scheduled date, will be permitted by deducting 10 marks.(Max. duration one week from last date)

It may be noted that systems in the department run on Linux and open office is available.

All the students of VIIIth Semester CSE are hereby informed to make a note of the Technical Report Format.


  • Report should contain a minimum of 25 pages as per VTU format. (for details refer VTU website)
  • Report should have spiral binding with VTU specified color (cream).
  • Before binding, the students should take the approval of the respective project guide, coordinator and HOD.
  • Last date to submit the final report and CD to the coordinator will be announced after the completion of presentation.


  • Each student is required to write a comprehensive report about the seminar. The report should consist of 25 to 30 pages describing the topic selected. The report should be in the format as described below. It is important that you adhere to these guidelines.


  • The dimension of the seminar report should be in A4 size. The report should be Spiral bound. Two copies of the final report should be submitted to the coordinator.


  • One and a half line spacing should be used for typing the general text. The general text shall be justified and typed in the Font style ‘Times New Roman’ and Font size 12. Subheading shall be typed in the Font style ‘Times New Roman’ and Font size 14 and bold. Heading shall be typed in the Font style ‘Times New Roman’ and Font size 16 and bold. Indent of page setup left= 1.25, right= 0.75, top= 1.0,, bottom= 1.0.Colour of the outer cover should be CREAM.
Sl no Report content No of slides for presentation
Front Page and Certificate

(refer college website)

Table of Contents
Lists of Figures and Tables

  1. Introduction about Topic
  2. Literature Survey
  3. Statement of Problem
Approaches and Methods 5-8
Results and Discussion 2-4
Conclusions 1-2
References 1-2
Appendices (if needed) 1-2

Technical seminar coordinator HOD

Mr. Mukesh Kamath B Mr. Manjunath R.

Guidelines for Synopsis / Proposal – Academic Project

  • Introduce both your topic and your proposed project plan. Contextualize your proposed project within contemporary specific to the field in which your project is being proposed. This will demonstrate your awareness of the current academic dialogue taking place in the field.


  • Explain the problem your academic project responds to within the field. This could be framed either as a response to an unanswered question in a recent publication or research study or as a criticism of what you perceive to be a shortcoming in a recent publication or research study. Though rarer, the problem framing your academic project proposal could represent an entirely new avenue that has been unexplored with some innovativeness .


  • Present the objectives of your academic project. Include current work you will analyze and evaluate, as well as experiments, surveys or other empirical research you will conduct during the course of the academic project. Your objectives should relate directly to the problem articulated in the section after your introduction.


  • Describe the solution you believe you  project will yield. This will be the working hypothesis of your academic project. It must be reasonably detailed so as to indicate your understanding of both the project and related work, as well as sufficiently open to being changed. The section describing your section should indicate both how your hypothesis will guide your project, as well as the ways in which your project could eventually yield results other than those you expect in your hypothesis.


  • Outline the methodology and technology you will use during the course of the project. This builds directly upon the objective section of the proposal, specifying a detailed schedule for your project and an outline for how you will keep track of data and information produced during your project.


  • Conclude your presentation by re-emphasizing the problem to which you believe your project responds. Emphasize the significance of the problem to your field, as well as how your proposed academic project will further research in that field.