Dr. Jeetendra Pande  

Assistant Professor   

School of Computer Sciences & Information Technology

B.E.(CSE), M.Tech(CSE), PhD (CSE)

https://sites.google.com/site/jpandecse/ 

Teaching Areas: Computer Architecture & Organization, Design and Analysis of Algorithms , Component Based System Development
Research Areas :
Component Based System Development
Interests : 1) Design & Analysis of Algorithm. 2) Computer Architecture & Organization. 3) Component Based Software Development.
Publications :
Research Papers & Articles  Publication in Journals & Conferences:
2013
 ACM DL Author-ize serviceOptimal component selection for component based software development using pliability metric
Jeetendra Pande, Christopher J. Garcia, Durgesh Pant
ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes, 2013
 2012
1.      Jeetendra Pande. On Some Critical Issues in Component Selection in Component based Software Development. International Journal of Computer Applications 46(4):44-50, May 2012. Published by Foundation of Computer Science, New York, USA.DOI:10.5120/6899-9255

2011
1.       Harsh Vardhan Pant, Nihar Ranjan Pande & Jeetendra Pande  “Unique Identification Number: Panacea for India’s Problems? ” International Journal of  Technology and Applied Science, Vol. 2, pp.12-15, 2011.
2.      Rakesh Pande & Jeetendra Pande “Generation of Vector Space for Semantic Translation of Text   

From English to Hindi” , 3rd International Conference on Machine Learning and Computing, Singapore, Feb. 2011, Published by IEEE
2010
1. Jeetendra Pande, Nihar Ranjan Pande & Durgesh Pant. “A Review of the effect of Telecommunication Convergence on Signal Carrier Technologies in Post- Liberalisation India” , INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED  ENGINEERING & APPLICATIONS, Jan 2010
2. Jeetendra Pande & Ashok Malhotra, “ A new model for content delivery center for ICT for Uttarakhand”, NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON IDENTIFYING THE RESEARCH BASIS FOR THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF THE KUMOUN REGION, Jan 2010.
3. R.K. Bisht & Jeetendra Pande, “Local Weighting Scheme For Word Pairs”, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CONTOURS OF COMPUTING  TECHNOLOGY, In association with IEEE and published in Springer, March 2010
4. Jeetendra Pande, R.K. Bisht, Durgesh Pant & Vinay Kumar Pathak, “On Some Quality Issues in Component  Selection in CBSD” Journal of Software Engineering & Applications, Scientific Research publication, USA, June, 2010,3,556-560 doi:10.4236/jsea.2010.36064
 2009
1. Jeetendra Pande, Suarav Joshi & D.S. Yadav,” ANN based crop yield forecasting  using remote sensing and surface parameters”, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS IN ENGINEERING, TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCES,Vol.2, Issue 2, July 2009.
 2008
1. Jeetendra Pande, M.H. Khan, & M.K. Sharma, “OPTICAL COMPUTING”, CSI Communications, April 2008 issue, Volume no. 32 , page 42, ISSN 0970-647X
2. Jeetendra Pande & M.K. Sharma, “Applications of Data Mining Techniques on Public Healthcare Information System (PHIS) of Uttarakhand”, ICETAETS-2008, International level Conference  organized by Saurashtra University, Rajkot, Gujarat (India)., Ahemdabad. 11 Jan 2008, Page 1143. ISBN -978-81-906220-1-1
3. Jeetendra Pande & M.K.Sharma, “Rural / Mobile Telemedicine unit with Medical Image Processing  System  ( A proposed model for Uttarakhand )”, ICCDIT -2008, International level Conference organized Punjab College of Technical Education, Ferozepur Road, Baddowal, Ludhiana-142021 Punjab (India).
4. Jeetendra Pande, Kavita Upadhyay, “A comparison of Predictive Efficiency of ANN and Linear piecewise Regression Technique for Crop Yield Estimation” , INDIACOM-2008( National conference on Computing for National Development) ,BVICAM, DELHI,8-9th Feb 2008, page 465. ISBN-978-81-904526-2-5 ISSN 0973-7529
5. Jeetendra Pande, Bhavika Verma, “Survey of crop estimation models with emphasis on Artificial  Neural Network Model”, INDIACOM-2008( National conference on Computing for National Development),BVICAM, DELHI, 8-9th Feb 2008, page 105.
6. Jeetendra Pande & Kavita Upadhyay, “ High speed data transfer using SATCOM- trends & Technologies”, COIT-2008( National Conference on challenges & opportunities in Information Technology,  RIMT-IET, Mandi Gobindgarh, Punjab. March 29th ,2008, page 335.
7. Presented paper  titled “ICT in Rural INDIA, need of an hour to win the race in the information led Economy”, in Tarang-2008, national level Conference  organized by Amrapali Institute of Technology & Sciences, Haldwani, Uttarakhand (India).
8. Jeetendra Pande & Nihar Ranjan Pande, “APPLICATION OF ANN IN BANKING – A REVIEW”, Emerging Trends in Banking Sector, National level Conference organized by UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES ,Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi and Computer Society of INDIA, Delhi Chapter.
 2007
 1. Presented paper titled “ SMART RFID’s ”, National level conference Nov.2007 organized by GJIMT, Chandigarh.
 2. Presented paper titled “ RFID IN HOSPITALS ”, National level conference March 2007 organized by GJIMT, Chandigarh.
 2005
 1. Presented paper titled “ Collocations: An application to English-Hindi computational lexicography” in MANTHAN 2005, National level conference organized by Amrapali Institute, Haldwani.
 2. Presented paper titled “ RFID and Biometric in education” in MANTHAN 2005, National level conference organized by Amrapali Institute, Haldwani.
Books:
1. Edited a book Titled: “ Evolving Ideas- Computing, Communication & Networking” , Feb. 2011, ISBN No. 978-81-8220-410-2

Faculty Members


Prof. Durgesh Pant
Director
School of Computer Science & IT



Dr. Jeetandra Pande
Assistant Professor


Balam Singh Dafouti
Academic Associate


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Computing & Information Technologies have brought about a tremendous metamorphosis in the world, we live in.  In fact, no other technology has had such an indelible impact on the human society.
Indeed, technology happens to be the biggest enabler in this webified world. The fusion of technologies provides solutions to address the issues of asymmetry, disparities, inequalities that exist in the world today.
The school is precisely working to address this asymmetry by reaching out to people with its academic programmes. The school functions on the premise of bridging the gap between digital haves and have-nots through its delivery of qualitative, cost-effective tech-education. The school works to ensure a level playing field to one and all through what we at the school call as ‘INCLUSIVE COMPUTING’. We know for certain that the time-ahead demands ‘inclusive computing’ and we are also empowering women, disadvantaged groups of people in the far flung hilly areas of this state.