NAAC Accredited with B++ Grade
Permanently Affiliated to VTU, KA
Recognized By Govt. Of Karnataka
an ISO 9001:2008 Certified
Approved by AICTE
NBA Accredited

Ms. Rasagna Chinthireddy

Cambridge Institute of Technology Staff

Assistant Professor


B.E, M.Tech

Professional Experience

6 Years

Research Interest / Consulting area

Her areas of interest lie in security and privacy, particularly data fortification and computer forensics, Machine Learning and Human Computer Interaction, Data Analytics

Subjects taught

  • She has been teaching at Cambridge Institute of Technology since August 2012.
  • Few of the subjects she taught are C# Programming and .Net, Graph Theory, Computer concepts and C Programming, Operations Research, Java & J2EE

Also teaches/taught at

Prior to joining Citech, she worked at the KNSIT, Bangalore, Department of Computer Science and Engineering as a Lecturer from 2010-2012 and taught courses such as Finite Languages and Automata Theory, C# Programming and .Net, Java J2EE, Computer Concepts and C Programming.

Her qualifications include M.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad, Telangana, and B.E in Information Science from Visvesvaraya Technological University, Bangalore.


  1. Published an International Journal on “Robust Intrusion Detection Mechanism in Mobile Adhoc Networks” in IJCTT – Volume 14 Number 3 – Aug 2014 ISSN: 2231-2803
  2. Published an International Journal on “Survey & Comparison On Intrusion Detection Systems In MANETS” in IJETTCS – Volume 3, Issue 3, May – June 2014 ISSN 2278-685

Life Member of

  1. Life Member ISTE
  2. Member Computer Society of India (CSI)

She has also been instrumental in developing the college website of Cambridge Institute of Technology and also the developer of in coordination with the graduating students of 2014. She took an initiative to enable the Google Apps for Education at the college level providing mail IDs for every student, teaching and non teaching staff of the college and also conducted training for faculty and students to help them use google classrooms and many other apps provided with Google Apps for Education.