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Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (IIT Bombay):

Established in 1958, the second of its kind, IIT Bombay was the first to be set up with foreign assistance. The funds from UNESCO came as Roubles from the then Soviet Union. In 1961 Parliament decreed the  IITs as  ‘Institutes of National Importance'. Since then, IITB has grown from strength to strength to emerge as one of the top technical universities in the world.

    The institute is recognised worldwide as a leader in the field of engineering education and research. Reputed for the outstanding calibre of students graduating from its undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, the institute attracts the best students from the country for its bachelor's, master's and doctoral programmes. Research and academic programmes at IIT Bombay are driven by an outstanding faculty, many of whom are reputed for their research contributions internationally.

    IIT Bombay also builds links with peer universities and institutes, both at the national and the international levels, to enhance research and enrich its educational programmes. The alumni have distinguished themselves through their achievements in and contributions to industry, academics, research, business, government and social domains. The institute continues to work closely with the alumni to enhance its activities through interactions in academic and research programmes as well as to mobilise financial support.

    Over the years, the institute has created a niche for its innovative short-term courses through continuing education and distance education programmes. Members of the faculty of the institute have won many prestigious awards and recognitions, including the Shanti Swaroop Bhatnagar and Padma awards.

    Located in Powai, one of the northern suburbs of Mumbai, the residents of the institute reap the advantage of being in the busy financial capital of India, while at the same time enjoying the serenity of a campus known for its natural beauty. A fully residential institute, all its students are accommodated in its 15 hostels with in-house dining; the campus also provides excellent amenities for sports and other recreational facilities.


Tata Institute of Fundamental Research is a National Centre of the Government of India, under the umbrella of the Department of Atomic Energy, as well as a deemed University awarding degrees for master's and doctoral programs. The Institute was founded in 1945 with support from the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust under the vision of Dr Homi Bhabha. At TIFR, we carry out basic research in physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics, computer science and science education. Our main campus is located in Mumbai, with centres at Pune, Bangalore and Hyderabad.

Introduction

Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT BOMBAY):

Established in 1958, the second of its kind, IIT Bombay was the first to be set up with foreign assistance. The funds from UNESCO came as Roubles from the then Soviet Union. In 1961 Parliament decreed the  IITs as  ‘Institutes of National Importance'. Since then, IITB has grown from strength to strength to emerge as one of the top technical universities in the world.

    The institute is recognised worldwide as a leader in the field of engineering education and research. Reputed for the outstanding calibre of students graduating from its undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, the institute attracts the best students from the country for its bachelor's, master's and doctoral programmes. Research and academic programmes at IIT Bombay are driven by an outstanding faculty, many of whom are reputed for their research contributions internationally.

    IIT Bombay also builds links with peer universities and institutes, both at the national and the international levels, to enhance research and enrich its educational programmes. The alumni have distinguished themselves through their achievements in and contributions to industry, academics, research, business, government and social domains. The institute continues to work closely with the alumni to enhance its activities through interactions in academic and research programmes as well as to mobilise financial support.

    Over the years, the institute has created a niche for its innovative short-term courses through continuing education and distance education programmes. Members of the faculty of the institute have won many prestigious awards and recognitions, including the Shanti Swaroop Bhatnagar and Padma awards.

    Located in Powai, one of the northern suburbs of Mumbai, the residents of the institute reap the advantage of being in the busy financial capital of India, while at the same time enjoying the serenity of a campus known for its natural beauty. A fully residential institute, all its students are accommodated in its 15 hostels with in-house dining; the campus also provides excellent amenities for sports and other recreational facilities.

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  • 8. Vishwas Patil and R K Shyamasundar , Privacy as a currency: un-regulated,
  • 9. NV Narendra kumar and RK Shyamasundar, A Complete Generative Label Model for Lattice-based Access Control Models,
  • 10. Vishwas Patil and R K Shyamasundar , Undoing of privacy through innocuous actions,
  • 11. RKS, NV Narendra Kumar, Priyanka T., Realizing Software Vault on Android Through Information-Flow Control, accepted ,
  • N.V. Narendra Kumar and R.K. Shyamasundar, Analyzing Protocol Security Through Information-Flow Control, 13th ICDCIT 2017, LNCS 10109, pp 159-171
  • N.V. Narendra Kumar and R.K. Shyamasundar, Dynamic Labelling to Enforce Conformance of Cross Domain Security/Privacy Policies,
  • Aman Jain, Sadagoppan N. S., Sunny Kumar Lohani, Mythili Vutukuru, A Comparison of SDN and NFV for Re-designing the LTE Packet Core,
  • Priyanka Naik, Dilip Kumar Shaw, Mythili Vutukuru, NFVPerf: Online Performance Monitoring and Bottleneck Detection for NFV,
  • 16. T. Raj, T. Das, S. Hote and A. Gumaste, “Load Balancing in Very Large Data-Centers: The FISSON Approach,” .
  • NV Narendra Kumar and RK Shyamasundar, An End-to-End Privacy Preserving Design of a Map- Reduce Framework,
  • 18. Shyamasundar R.K., Narendra Kumar N.V., Muttukrishnan Rajarajan, Information-Flow Control for Building Security and Privacy Preserving Hybrid Clouds,
  • Ashokkumar C, Ravi Prakash Giri, Bernard Menezes, Highly Efficient Algorithms for AES Key Retrieval in Cache Access Attacks,
  • Bernard Menzes et al: "Two for the price of one: A combined browser defense against XSS and clickjacking”,
  • Susheel, N.V.Narendra Kumar, R.K.Shyamasundar "Secure Data Sharing in Web Application Development Frameworks like Django Through Information Flow Control ,"
  • NV Narendra Kumar, RK Shyamasundar "Dynamic Labelling for Analyzing Security Protocols ,"
  • 24. NV Narendra Kumar, RK Shyamasundar "Labelled Mobile Ambients Model for Information Flow Security in Distributed Systems,"
  • 25. Bhatnagar, A. Kumar, Ratan K Ghosh, RK Shyamasundar "A Framework of Community Inspired Distributed Message Dissemination and Emergency Alert Response System over Smart Phones,"IEEE COMSN

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