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Computer Science & Engineering








  1. CSI membership
  2. International Association of Engineers membership
  3. Indian Society for Technical Education membership
  4. International Association of Computer Science and Information Technology membership 
  5. Institute of Research Engineers and Doctors membership
  6. International Society for Research and Development membership

Computer Society of India (CSI) Membership

Since April 1, 2019, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, University of Lucknow has associated with CSI.

Teacher Members of CSI:

  1. Er. Chandrabhan Singh
  2. Er. Rohit Yadav
  3. Er. Zeeshan Ali Siddiqui

Student benefits: The activities conducted for the students associated with the Society include lecture meetings, seminars, conferences, training programmes, programming contests and practical visits to installations.

Activity Conducted Till Date under CSI LU-FOE Chapter:

  • 02.2019, Interaction program on JAVA technology by Analyze Infotech.
  • 04.2019, ‘C’ programming Contest.
  • 09.2019, Mac Ecosystem Awareness & Coding Workshop by Apple Team.
  • 09.2019, A workshop on ‘Software Development using Emerging Technology’ by Analyze Infotech.
  • 10.2019, Round 1(Written Test) Quiz competition on Data Structure using C.
  • 11.2019, Round 2(System Test) Quiz competition on Data Structure using C.



  • B.Tech student Shivam Singh and his team with their gamified learning app Oregen received a funding of 75000$ by Xartup Investment Company as a technical credit.
  • B.Tech CSE student Marut Tripathi receivied a 200000$ funding for his travel based start-up Travjo.
  • Priyal Singh of CSE 3rd year got selected for a project in Dalhousie University , Canada under professor Derek Reilley. She also received a 1375 Canadian Dollar.



  • One faculty member from the Department (Er. Zeeshan Ali Siddiqui) has received award/honor given by Higher Education Department Government of Uttar Pradesh for creating maximum E-Content (99) in Computer Science and Engineering for U.P. Digital Library.
  • CSE department in collaboration with Electrical Department got the opportunity to conduct a three month “Computer Course training” at Raj bhavan, Lucknow, inaugurated by Governor of Uttar Pradesh and Hon'ble Chancellor of University of Lucknow.


1 Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Lucknow

A workshop on “Communication Skills in IT Industry and Agile Methodology”.

Target Audience:CSE and ECE students

Resource Person:

Mr. Vishal Seth (Academic Relationship Manager- Lucknow Region, TCS)
2 CETPA Infotech Pvt. Ltd., Lucknow

A special Lecture on “Advanced Design Softwares in Mechanical and Civil Engineering”.

Target Audience:ME and CE Students

Resource Person:

Mr. Navneet Singh (CETPA Infotech Pvt. Ltd., Lucknow)
3 Analyze Infotech., Lucknow

An Interaction Program on “JAVA Technologies”.

Target Audience:CSE, ECE and MCA students

Resource Person:

Analyze Infotech resources
4 CETPA Infotech Pvt. Ltd., Lucknow

A seminar on “Python Programming Language”.

Target Audience:CSE students

Resource Person:

Mr. Amit Kumar Singh (CETPA Infotech Pvt. Ltd., Lucknow)

5 Softpro India Computer Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

A one day workshop on “Advance Java with a Mini Project”.

Target Audience:CSE students

Resource Person:

  1. Brijesh Mishra (Softpro India Computer Technologies Pvt. Ltd.)
  2. Mr. Rohit Kumar (Softpro India Computer Technologies Pvt. Ltd.)
6 Google AI Explore Academy

A one day workshop on “Google AI Explore Machine Learning”.

Target Audience: CSE, MCA and BCA students

Resource Person:

Er. Naman Mishra (Official representative of Google Crowdsource community, India and Facilitator of Google AI Academy and Co-founder of DefCon Delhi)
7 ETL Labs

A workshop on “Data Science-Machine Learning and Python”.

Target Audience: CSE, MCA and BCA students

Resource Person:

  1. VinodTripathi (President,ETL Labs)
  2. Amit Singh (IIM Ahmedabad)
  3. Mr. M. Qais (PMP)
8 Digipodium Computer Consultancy Pvt. Ltd.

A two day workshop on “Android App Development”.

Target Audience:CSE, MCAand BCA students

Resource Person:

Zaid bin Kamiland Team (Digipodium Computer Consultancy Pvt. Ltd.)




Prize distribution ceremony of TPC FoET Logo Contest.

Winner: Sachin Singh Dosad (BCA 2nd Year, 2019-20)

  1. 1000 Cash prize money
Appreciation certificate
10 LIVEWIRE, India

Aptitude examination – CBAT.

Target Audience: 1st, 2nd and 3rd year students of B.Tech./B.C.A./M.C.A. except B.Tech. first year students of CE/EE/ME.

739 students participated.



The job market is one of the most competitive we have ever known. Very often employers tell us that a degree alone is not indicative of a well-rounded graduate. It is very strongly felt that during graduation effort should be made to help the students to develop all round personality. To achieve this goal we should not just provide the opportunities for students to achieve good academic results but actively promote the benefits of a wider curriculum to the students. The Council will provide opportunities through which students can prepare themselves to succeed in the many and varied roles they will have to undertake in their future life. To recognise the importance and value of both academic curriculum and co-curricular activities in developing the range of skills and attributes that are important for graduates.

Introduction of a new course structure in 2017 have provided an opportunity to the undergraduate students to build a carrier to suit their interests and aspirations. The curriculum enables students to develop their subject knowledge, academic literacy and a range of complementary capabilities. Apart from academic curriculum there is co-curricular and extra-curricular activities which means any activity that falls outside the academic curriculum but it is part of Engineering curriculum. To keep the programme functional various councils have been formed. These councils are as under:

  • Literary Council
  • Technical Council
  • Fine Arts and Photography Council
  • Cultural Council
  • Sports Council

All the councils have one faculty member as convener and five students one from each branch nominated by the convener as member. Moreover all the councils will work under Chairman, Council of Students Activities (CSA). All the students are required to participate at least in any two activities of the council according to their interest and liking. There are 50 marks on the performance of these activities as General Proficiency (GP). These marks are awarded in the form of grade and not counted in the academic grade.