Explore summer programs offered by various departments of PES University in terms of minors, advanced courses, specializations and research avenues from the below options:


  • Data Structures - UE15CS160
  • Data Structures Laboratory - UE15CS162
  • Database Management System - UE15CS180
  • Database Management System Laboratory - UE15CS182
  • Design & Analysis of Algorithms UE15CS280
  • Design & Analysis of Algorithms Laboratory UE15CS282
  • Operating Systems
  • Operating Systems Laboratory


  • Laboratories are 1 credit courses
  • Theory are 4 credit courses

Advanced Course in Computer Science and Engineering by Sibin Mohan - Information Trust Institute, UCIC, USA



No. Sem Specialization Course Title Hour per Week Credits Category Codes ID Prerequisities
1 V Structures Structural Dynamics 4 0 0 4 CV Elective UE14CV252-SA UE14CV202 -MOM
2 Geotechnical Engineering Earth Pressure & retaining Structures 4 0 0 4 CV Elective UE14CV255-GT
3 Construction Materials & Technology Alternate Building Materials & Technologies 4 0 0 4 CV Elective UE14CV205 - CMT
4 Water Resource Engineering a) Hydraulics & Hydraulic Machinery 4 0 0 4 CV Elective UE14CV203-FM
b)Ground Water Hydrology 4 0 0 4 CV Elective
5 VI Structures a)Pre Stressed Concrete 4 0 0 4 CV Elective
b)Advanced RCC 4 0 0 4 CV Elective
6 Geotechnical Engineering Ground Improvement Techniques 4 0 0 4 CV Elective UE14CV255-GT
7 Water Resource Engineering Hydrology & Irrigation Engineering 4 0 0 4 CV Elective

Advanced Courses

No. Specialization Course Title Hour per Week Credits Category
1 Structures FEM 4 0 0 4 CV
2 Earthquake Resistant Structures 4 0 0 4 CV

Research Projects

Sl.no Research Projects
1 Building Planning, drawing and execution
2 Centre line marking of buildings
3 Preparation of area plan using total station
4 Approximate analysis of building components
5 Zoning of area based on soil type

Minor -Summer Courses

No. Code No. Course Title Hour per Week Credits Category Codes ID Prerequisities
1 UE14CV202 Mechanics of Materials 4 0 0 4 CV Foundation UE14CV101 Engineering Mechanics
2 UE14CV204 Basics of Surveying Techniques 4 0 0 4 CV core UE14MA151 Mathematics II
3 UE14CV205 Construction Materials & Technology 4 0 0 4 CV core UE14PH101/ UE14CY101 Physics Chemistry

Minor Courses Offered

Code Subject L T P S Credits Name of Instructor
UE14ME202 Material Science and Metallurgy 4 0 0 0 4 Dr. Suneel Motru
UE14ME203 Engineering Thermodynamics 4 0 0 0 4 Dr. V. Krishna /
Mr. Rajendra Prasad
UE14ME204 Mechanics of Solids 4 0 0 0 4 Dr. K.S. Sridhar /
Mr. Sunil Anandatheertha
UE14ME252 Mechanics of Fluids 4 0 0 0 4 Mr. Ajay Nayar /
Dr. H. M. Sathisha

Advanced level courses

Subject L T P S Credits Name of Instructor
a. Thermal Management of Electronic Equipment 4 0 0 0 4 Dr. K.N. Seetharamu / Dr. T.R. Seetharam
b. Finite Element Based Structural Analysis using MATLAB 4 0 0 0 4 Dr. C.V. Chandrashekara
c. Tool Design 4 0 0 0 4 Dr. D. Sethuram / Instructor from GD & TC
d. Advanced GD & T 4 0 0 0 4 V. Srinivasan

Research engagement of the faculty including the conferences, training and workshops.
a. Dr. Rajesh N. Mathivanan - PACE FORUM 2016 - Cincinnati, USA - July 2016
b. Mr. Rajendra Prasad - IISc, Bangalore - PhD (ERP)
c. Mr. C. K. Shanbhag - On Research Leave

List of students undergoing Summer Internship in foreign, industries as well as reputed Indian universities
Yet to be Finalised

CDP activities planned - name of the CDP activity, duration and the target group.
a. Vocational Training for High School Drop Outs - 2 months
b. 'Mane mundhe mara' - Tree Plantation In Front Of Homes
c. Initiatives with NGO - Paadai
• Educational Project – Content Mapping for Primary School Maths in Karnataka - 2 months
• Health Kiosks Initiative – Efforts on Health Education Video to be made for use in Tribal Region near Bandipur - 2 months

Courses proposed by Prof. Sunil Anandatheertha
1. Summer term skill development classes for 1st year students (Details provided below)

2. Engineering dynamics - 2 (For 2 year students going to 3rd year) - This course covers that portion of engineering dynamics which are excluded in the syllabus for engineering dynamics (Book: Meriam and Craig, Engineering Dynamics, 7th edition)

3. Basic and advanced MATLAB (open for all students)

Summer term skill development for 1st year students
1. Skill development
b. Play with graphs
c. Technical presentation– oral and written

2. Engineering in everyday life

3. Nature inspired engineering

4. Experiments:
a. Vapor pressure experiment
b. Corn starch experiment
c. Smoke-flow visualization in wind tunnel
d. Water tunnel experiment
e. Stirling engine

5. MATLAB simulation
a. piston-crankshaft arrangement
b. 4-bar mechanism

6. Disassembly and assembly
a. 2-stroke petrol engine
b. 4-stroke diesel engine
c. automobile differential

7. Theory
a. Mechanics and dynamics basics
b. Aerodynamics basics

8. Defense research

Name of the Faculty Topic of Research No. of students presently working No. of students required
Dr. Basavaraja B M Preparation of Metal oxide quantum dots/graphene nanocomposites for Li-ion battery/gas sensor applications 2 2
Dr. B.M. Shankar Electro/Magnetohydrodynamic stability of parallel flows 0 4
Dr K R Nagabhushana Synthesis of quantum dots 2 4
Dr. K R Raghavendra Non-Linear Optics 3 3
Dr.M. Veerabhadraswamy
Asst. Professor in Chemistry
Dept. of S & H
Bio-composites derived from Renewable resources (agricultural waste)
Part –A : For construction applications
Part –B : Automobile applications
04 (II Sem ME) NIL
Dr.M. Veerabhadraswamy
Asst. Professor in Chemistry
Dept. of S & H
Design and develop paper recycle unit in PESU campus under “zero-waste campus” program 02 (II Sem EC) 02 (any Branch)
Dr.M. Veerabhadraswamy
Asst. Professor in Chemistry
Dept. of S & H
Egg shells to flexible hydroxyapatite for single dental crowns implants 04 (IV BT) 02(BT)
Dr.M. Veerabhadraswamy
Asst. Professor in Chemistry
Dept. of S & H
Monomer to Polymers from renewal resources (biomass) NIL 02(BT)
Dr.M. Veerabhadraswamy
Asst. Professor in Chemistry
Dept. of S & H
Development of low cost microwave reactor for chemical synthesis (Microprocessor based includes s/w Development) NIL 3 (1EC+ 1 EE + 1 CS)
Dr.M. Veerabhadraswamy
Asst. Professor in Chemistry
Dept. of S & H
Natural products as Corrosion Inhibitor NIL 3 (1 ME +1 CV + 1 BT)
Dr.M. Veerabhadraswamy
Asst. Professor in Chemistry
Dept. of S & H
Microwave assisted Synthesis of Liquid Crystals for 2D display devices NIL 2 ( 1 EC + 1 EE)
Dr.M. Veerabhadraswamy
Asst. Professor in Chemistry
Dept. of S & H
Thin Film deposition by Successive Ionic Layer Adsorption and Reaction (SILAR) method for sensor application. NIL 2 (2 EC)
Prof. S Radhakrishnan Preliminary investigations of electrodes for solid polymer electrolytes for Li ion batteries - 2
Prof. S Radhakrishnan Thermo electric generators 2 2
Dr. Poornima T Electro Chemical Studies on Corrosion of metals and corrosion inhibition 1 3
Dr. C D Satish Investigation of toxic heavy metals absorbed by the plant Parthanium Hysterophorus NIL 4
Dr. C D Satish Synthesis of Schiff Base Metal Complexes and Crystal Growth 4 4
Dr. Anitha .N Number theory and Graph theory 0 10
Dr. V Leela Optimization and Game theory 0 10
Dr. Anitha N & Dr. V Leela CDP – for teaching BBMP & Govt. School Children adopted by PES University 0 25
Dr. R V Iyer - - -

Please note:
o Each project may require fund support of Rs.3500 – 8000/- towards consumable chemicals, analytical testing such as XRD, NMR, FT-IR, SEM/TEM, UTM, ware testing, and purchase of small electronic components.
o Project outcome is expected to leads to device/formulation in collaboration with industry and this has to be supported on need basis (separate budget).

Programme details for Summer 2016

Minor Courses

Code Course L T P S Credits Faculty Remarks

Specialisation Courses

Sl. No Course Details Faculty Remarks
1 COLDING THEORY 4 hrs / week for 4 weeks Mr. PURUSHOTHAM Students from CS / EE /ME having completed 4th Semester.
2 MOBILE COMMUNICATION 4 hrs / week for 4 weeks Mr. PURUSHOTHAM Students from CS / EE /ME having completed 4th Semester. Open to students from other colleges as well.
4 DSP ARCHITECTURE 4 hrs / week for 4 weeks Mr. PURUSHOTHAM Students of ECE having completed 4th Semester


Venue Period Faculty Remarks
MS Mobile Innovation Lab 06 June – 27 July 2016 Dr. A. Srinivas Registration Closed. No fresh registration.

Faculty of Management Studies is offering the following Minor in Management subjects during this summer term

1. OB and Human Resources Management
Subject Code : UM14MB 180
Faculty : Dr B N Balaji Singh
Credits : 03

2.Marketing Management :
Subject Code : UM 14 MB 240
Faculty : Dr R K Gopal
Credits :03

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The Department of Computer Applications wishes to propose the following events to be held during the June-July, 2016 (Summer).

Sl. No Type of Program Topic Members No.of Candidates Duration Coordinator
1 Community Development Program Computer Skill based Training Dropouts of 10th & 12th class 30 3 Weeks Mr. P Srinivas
2 Certification Android Application Development 1st Year MCA 30-40 3–4 weeks Ms. Lolika P
3 Certification Big Data and Hadoop 2nd Year MCA 30-40 3-4 weeks Dr. Neelam Bawane
4 Certification Automated Testing using Open Source Tools (GDB, Selenium, Webdriver) Students from other colleges 40-50 3 Weeks Dr. Lekha A


(A Course in Pico/Nano/Micro-Satellites - PNMSats)

Objectives: As part of the short course, the participants will engage in learning the methods & processes for designing and experience hands on training in assembling, testing of PNMSat systems/subsystems.

  • Understand systems engineering approach to the design & development of PNMSats.
  • Review principles of Orbital Mechanics relevant to the design of PNMSats.
  • Understand the functions of various subsystems of a PNMSat and engage in their preliminary design.
  • Design, simulate & analyze PNMSat subsystems using one or more of the following tools:
    • MATLAB and/or Octave
    • CAD Tools
    • PCB Design Tools
    • Satellite/System Tool Kit and/or GMAT
  • Understand the development, integration and testing of PNMSats.

As part of the hands on training, the course will be taught using a classroom satellite kit from EyasSat, which has
all the subsystems of a satellite. The students will also learn to use satellite tracking, telemetry communication
(analog & digital) and conceptual understanding of telecommand operation.



Embedded Systems Domain, Electrical and Electronics Department.

Workshop1: Arduino Development

1 week training certificate of participation from PES University. Conducted by EEE Faculty

Exclusively for 4th Semester EEE students who have no prior courses taken on microcontroller and have some basic knowledge on ‘C’.

Number of seats was limited to 40 students, no more seats (Teams of 2 members will be formed. Max: 20 teams). Rs. 500/- for participation. However, at the end of workshop, students will continue to work on projects – 3 teams will get cash awards.owever, at the end of workshop, students will continue to work on projects – 3 teams will get cash awards.

Date: June 20th to June 25th, 2016.

Brief: Arduino boards are very popular today with students and hobbyists as it enables to build very simple system applications like basic light controls to complicated ones like interaction with mobile phones. This workshop is to introduce students to embedded systems and get to understand how to work out projects using Arduino and its integrated development environment. This skill helps you to build projects for the great ideas that you would have for systems in the areas of healthcare, IOT, robotics, consumer electronics and more.

Outcome of workshop: Students will be able to:
1) Write small scale programs in Embedded ‘C’
2) Hands-on with Arduino development environment
3) Build simple applications using timers, general purpose inputs and outputs
4) Interface sensors using ADC
5) Build a moving robot and control motors using PWM outputs.

Workshop2: Quadcopter Development

1 week Training Certificate from (National Winter Training Program)
NWTP-2016 Association with ED Cell IIT-Rourke

Refer: http://www.robofeast.com/robofeast/quadcopter-workshop/ for details.

  • 6th semester students as they would have completed micro-controller and programming course.
  • 4th semester students that preferably have an exposure to programming and hands-on with development boards.

Number of seats: Minimum number expected to conduct this is: 20. Maximum: 40. First Come First Serve Basis (Teams of 5 members will be formed). Rs. 5500 + 14.5% taxes for each participant. A kit will be provided for each team.

Date: June 27th to July 2nd

Brief: Quadcopter is a multirotor air vehicle which has marked its interests for the benefit of both civil and military domains. It’s amazing manoeuvrability and the ease to fly in constricted locations has achieved itself a remarkable position in the aviation sector. A quadcopter, also called a quadrotor helicopter, quadrotor, is a multirotor helicopter that is lifted and propelled by four rotors. The workshop helps participants understand the concepts and use of accelerometer sensor, microcontrollers, microcontroller programming and wireless communication in designing and controlling a Quadcopter.

Outcome of workshop: Students will be able to:
1) Understand Quadcopter and its dynamics
2) Exposure to Design and concepts of Embedded Systems behind
3) Fabrication of Quadcopter frame and its circuit
4) Calibration and Testing of the developed Quadcopter
5) Flying using radio control, 2016

Send e-mail for registration on your participation for any of the courses: embeddedsummercourses.pes@gmail.com with details of USN and name. Only first 40 e-mails will be considered.

Extended registration date for Workshop 2: 14th May, 2016. Workshop fee to be paid by crossed DD favouring Principal, PES Institute of Technology on or before May 21st, 2016. Co-ordinators and further details will be informed to the registered participants on or before May 25th, 2016.