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The Department of Computer Application started functioning as a full-fledged Department in the year 2014 under Mahapurusha Srimanta Sankaradeva Viswavidyalaya with an objective to produce Computer Science and IT professionals for software industries, research and educational institutions and other organizations in India and abroad. The department is also responsible for maintaining the campus network, installation & maintenance of servers as well as providing computation related facilities available to each and every member of the university.

The Department of Computer Application, MSSV with IIT Bombay under NMEICT Project started offering online software training to the research scholars and students on useful and popular open source softwares from the Academic year 2016-17. The training was provided with learning materials from Spoken Tutorial Project, IIT Bombay. As a part of this training programme, learners  can participate in  online exams and receive certificates from Spoken Tutorial Project, IIT Bombay.

Vision and Misson:
Imparting knowledge  in Computer Science and Application
Research in various disciplines in Computer Science and Application and to generate skilled manpower in the fields of Computer Science and Information Technology
To impact quality education in Computer Science and Information Technology in Diploma and PG level

Courses & Programs

Programmes Offered:

1. Ph.D.
    Duration of the Programmes  3 Years (Min) to 5 Years (Max)
    Syllabus/Programme Structure   Click here to download the syllabus for MSSVRAT
    Admission Procedure: Merit Basis
2. Certificate in Computer Application
    Duration of the Programmes  6 Months
    Syllabus/Programme Structure --
    Admission Procedure: Merit Basis

Department Head

Dr. Santanu Kalita
Designation- HOD(i/c) & Assistant Professor


Dr. Santanu Kalita
Designation- HOD(i/c) & Assistant Professor

Supporting Staff

Krishna Sankar Borah
Designation- Laboratory Assistant
Nishma Jyoti Boruah
Designation- Computer Laboratory Assistant

Research & Publications

  1. Kalita S, Chetia B. (2014) Implementation of Scaly Neural Network for Extraction of Earthquake Precursor Using DTW and Fuzzy C-Mean Algorithm, Proc. DIGNATE: ETEECT,,ISBN 978-93-5196-068-3, pp 66-70
  2. Kalita S. (2015) Monitoring the TEC variation using pattern matching method during earthquakes as determined from ground based TEC measurement and satellite data, International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, ISSN: 2250-3153 Volume 5, Issue 6
  3. Chetia Bornali, Kalita Santanu, Devi Minakshi, Ray Kamla Prsan, Barbara Ananda Kumar. (2016) Measured and Computed Total Electron Content over Guwahati: Observed Through Satellite and Model Computation. Int. J. of Adv. Res. 4 (Sep). 1724-1735,ISSN 2320-5407
  4. Kalita S, Chetia B, Devi M, Barbara A. K. (2016) Prediction of Geomagnetic Storm using Multi-layer feed-forward Neural Networks, International Journal of Electronics and Applied Research, ISSN:2395- 0064, 2016, vol. 3, Issue 1, PP 84-91
  5. Kalita S, Chetia B. (2015) Design of artificial neural network for extraction of earthquake precursor from GPS total electron content(TEC) data, Asian Journal of Spatial Science, Dibrugarh University, ISSN 2347-7636  pp. 38-42
  6. Chetia Bornali, Devi Minakshi, Kalita Santanu, Barbara Ananda K.(2017) Magnetic Storm Time effect on upper and lower atmosphere: An analysis through GPS and remote sensing observation over Guwahati,  Indian Journal of Radio & Space Physics, ISSN:0367-8393, Vol 46,  pp 120-130
  7. Kalita S, Chetia B, Devi M, Barbara A. K (2017) Prediction of Total Electron Content using Nonlinear Autoregressive Models with eXogenous input Recurrent Neural Network, Global Journal of Computer Science and Technology, Vol 17, No 4-H (2017): ISSN 0975-4172
  8. Kalita S, Chetia B. (2019) Use of High Performance Computing for Prediction of Cyclonic Tracks over Bay of Bengal and Resultant Precipitation over the Northeastern India, IEEE – ICECEIC, 978-1-7281-0174-3
  9. Kalita S, Chetia B. (2020) A Novel Approach for Ionospheric Total Electron Content Earthquake Precursor and Epicenter Detection for Low-Latitude, International Journal of Engineering and Geosciences, ISSN:2548-0960, https://doi.org/10.26833/ijeg.614856

Research Scholars

1. Sidhartha Kumar Saikia, Area of research: Speech Processing

2. Surajit Nath, Area of research: Ionospheric Modelling

3. Chayamani Choudhury, Area of research: Ionospheric Radio Propagation

4. Chakrapani Chakraborty, Area of research:  Speech Processing



Department Contact Info


Haladhar Bhuyan Path, Kalongpar, Nagaon, Pin-782001

Mon – Fri 9:00A.M. – 5:00P.M.

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