The Department of Computational Logistics was established in January 2018 by upgrading the Computer Centre of Alagappa University. The department is offering Post Graduate and Research Programmes to cater the ever changing needs and demands of IT industry. The Department focuses on holistic learning, strengthening the students knowledge and empowering students to make significant contributions in the advanced technological trends in Information Technology, Data Science and Computational Logistics fields at all levels.
Earlier, the Computer Centre was established in 1989 stands one of the Centralised Computing facility in the University campus. Since its inception Computer Centre started offering distance learning Diploma and Post Graduate Diploma Courses. This is the first institution in India started offering Post Graduate Diploma Courses in Computer Applications in distance learning mode. Apart from conducting distance learning programmes various short term programmes are also conducted for the employees of various government services.
Faculty members in the Department are well qualified, experienced and expertise in the research domains such as Information and Network Security, Data Science, Web and Data Mining, Computer Networks Management. Faculty members are very enthusiastic in learning new technologies and updating their skill sets for providing latest, quality education to the students and fulfilling growing needs for the skilled professionals of the ever changing Software Industry and the IT world. Apart from teaching the faculty members are also engaged in automation of various data processing activities in the University Administration. The technical team in the Department provides Computer Hardware and Software Maintenance services to the University Departments and Administrative sections. In addition, the team looks after the Internet and Web Site maintenance for the University with centralized University Campus Internet Control Server.
Department of Computational Logistics is planning to extend its activities by conducting multimedia and cyber security awareness programmes, achieving complete automation of Administrative activities and establishing the University Data Centre.
Professor and Head i/c,
Department of Computational Logistics,
Karaikudi – 630 003
Tamil Nadu, India.
Email : email@example.com
Phone : 04565 -223241
|1||Dr. K. Kuppusamy||Professor and Head i/c|
|2||Dr. A. Senthilrajan||Director and Professor|
|3||Dr. S. Narayanan||Assistant Professor|
|4||Dr. V. Nandakumar||Assistant Professor|
|5||Dr. S. Rajagopalan||Senior System Engineer|
|6||Dr. R. Rameshbabu||Senior System Engineer|
The spoken tutorial programme is being conducted by the Computer Centre and was initiated by IIT Mumbai with a aim to make India as IT literate.The project is funded by Natioanl mission on education through Ministry information and communication Technology and Ministry of Human resource development, Government of India.
This program offers courses in C, C++, Python, Linux, Java, Libre office.The Computer Centre has been conducting spoken tutorial classes to students B.Ed, M.Ed, M.A. Economics and Rural Development and English department students so far at free of cost.
|Hardware Certificate Course||Rs.500 /-|
|Network Certificate Course||Rs.500 /-|
|Senior Citizen and Household women||Free of Cost|
|Usage Internet and Latest Trends||Rs.500 /-|
Innovative Proposal for Information and Communication Technology to Improve the Productivity of Paady (ICTPP) is submitted to National Mission on Agricultural Extension and Texhnology (NMAET) Sub-Mission on Agricultural Extension (SMAE) Submitted by Dr.A.Senthilrajan, Director, Computer Centre, Alagappa University,Karaikudi.
Computer Centre is one among the centralized facilities available in the University Campus. It was established in the year 1988 with the UGC funds to the tune of 14 lakhs with the objective of providing Computer Education to the rural areas by conducting the Computer Applications courses through distance mode. The centre has offered a diploma course in Computer Applications and Software through distance education. Later in 1990, the Computer Centre has offered the PGDCA course through distance learning mode. Since the courses were offered by the Computer Centre only through distance mode till the inception of Directorate of Distance Education in our University, there is no necessity/provision for creating Alumni for the Computer Centre. Hence, the Computer Centre has no Alumni.
As a continuation of its academic activities, now the Computer Centre is assisting the Alagappa Institute of Skill Development for handling theory classes for the B.Voc (Soft.Devp.) course and to various departments for handling theory and practical classes to the students who are offering Information and Communications Technology (ICT) courses as interdisciplinary courses.
Computer Centre has joint venture with IIT Mumbai Spoken Tutorial for conducting various programs as well as Hardware Training Program. Our faculty members are associated with www.edas.info, www.easycahir.org as a reviewer as well as technical program committee member.
Computer Centre conducted various certificate Hardware Training Courses throughout the year. After successive completion of the training our students are well place in and abroad.
Regular courses are not conducted in Computer Centre, so magazine has not been released. Computer Centre conducts Training Programs, Workshop, Village Adaptation program, International and National Conference.