Shree L. R. Tiwari College of Engineering

Co-Curriculum Activities

Activity:Technical
Sub Activity:Workshop
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:Advanced Python
Organized by:Department of Computer Engineering
Venue:Lab No.311 & 312  ( 3rd floor ,SLRTCE)
Date:21st ,22nd 23rd and 24th  -August-2019
Time:9.00pam -5.00pm
Objective of event:1.      To Exercise Number of Kwargs.

2.      To Introduction to Object Oriented Programming.

3.      To Exercise Simplest Decorator (On Yaksh).

4.      To List Dict Comprehensions Generator Expressions.

5.       To Exercise Max Sin Generator Expression (On Yaksh).

Expected Outcomes  of event :Problem solving and programming capability
Targeted Participants :CSI Student
Total Participants:40
Speaker:Dr. Prabhu Ramachandran. Dept. of Aeronautics of Engineering (FOSSEE, IITB)          

 

List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Dr. Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering).
List of distinguished guest present during closing ceremony:Dr. Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering)
Content of the activity :Introduction

Decorators

Generator Expressions

Collections (Lists, Tuples, Dictionaries)

Functions

Exercise Simplest Decorator (On Yaksh)

Exercise Solution Simplest Decorator (On Yaksh)

Exercise Solution Add Goodbye (On Yaksh)

List Dict Comprehensions Generator Expressions

Exercise Track Number of Calls (On Yaksh)

Exercise Solution Track Number of Calls (On Yaksh)    

Exercise Even Number List Comprehension (On Yaksh)

Methodology used:1) Power point presentation.                                                             
2) Presentation with notes and comments.
3) Discussion
Activity:Technical
Sub Activity:Workshop
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:Basic programming using python
Organized by:Department of Computer Engineering
Venue:Lab No.311 & 312  ( 3rd floor ,SLRTCE)
Date:7th,8th and 9th -August-2019
Time:9.00pam -5.00pm
Objective of event:The course is designed to provide Basic knowledge of Python. Python programming is intended for software engineers, system analysts, program managers and user support personnel who wish to learn the Python programming language.
Expected Outcomes  of event :Problem solving and programming capability
Targeted Participants :T.E
Total Participants:55
Speaker:Dr. Prabhu Ramachandran. Dept. of Aeronautics of Engineering    (FOSSEE, IITB)          

 

List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering).
List of distinguished guest present during closing ceremony:Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering)
Content of the activity :
  • Introduction
  • Conditional Statements, Looping, Control Statements.
  • String Manipulation
  • Collections (Lists, Tuples, Dictionaries)
  • Functions
  • Modules/Packages
  • Input-Output
  • Exception Handling
  • OOPs concept
  • Regular expressions
  • Database
  • GUI Programming
Methodology used:
  1. Power point presentation.
  2. Presentation with notes and comments.
  3. Discussion

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Technical
Sub Activity:Workshop
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:Basic programming using python
Organized by:Department of Computer Engineering
Venue:Lab No..312  ( 3rd floor ,SLRTCE)
Date:18th,19th and 20th -March-2019
Time:9.00pam -5.00pm
Objective of event:The course is designed to provide Basic knowledge of Python. Python programming is intended for software engineers, system analysts, program managers and user support personnel who wish to learn the Python programming language.
Expected Outcomes  of event :Problem solving and programming capability
Targeted Participants :T.E
Total Participants:43
Speaker:Mr. Akshan Dhoke                

 (FOSSEE, IITB)

List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering).
List of distinguished guest present during closing ceremony:Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering)
Content of the activity :
  • Introduction
  • Conditional Statements, Looping, Control Statements.
  • String Manipulation
  • Collections (Lists, Tuples, Dictionaries)
  • Functions
  • Modules/Packages
  • Input-Output
  • Exception Handling
  • OOPs concept
  • Regular expressions
  • Database
  • GUI Programming
  1. Methodology used:
  1. Power point presentation.
  2. Presentation with notes and comments.
  3. Discussion
ParticularsDescription
Activity:Technical
Sub Activity:Seminar
Activity level:Inter Department – For CSI Students.
Title:Artificial Intelligence
Organized by:Department of Computer Engineering
Venue:Classroom .313  ( 3rd floor ,Slrtce)
Date: 26-07-2019
Time:10.00am -12.00pm
Objective of event:1.Data science by using different Language-Tech Awareness.

2. Artificial Intelligence-Machine Learning Deep Learning Awareness.

3.Current Marketing adaption-19-20 used by multi giant company –case study amazon.

Expected Outcomes  of event : 1.Student got to know current market trend

2. How we can combine AI and deep learning.

3.And how to approach new technologies.

Targeted Participants :CSI Student Members
Total Participants:50
Speaker:Mr.Sanjeev Gupta, (Team lead for SDAC InfoTech)
List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering).
List of distinguished guest present during closing ceremony:Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering)
Content of the activity :
  1. Which is best language for data science?
  2. Is Java required for data science?
  3. Which programming language is best for big data?
  4. Is programming required for data scientist?
  5. Which language is used in Hadoop?
  6. What do I need to be a data scientist?
  7. What is artificial intelligence machine learning and deep learning?
  8. Is deep learning artificial intelligence?
  9. What is difference between artificial intelligence and machine learning?
  10. What is AI but not machine learning?
Methodology used:1) Power point presentation.                                                                 
2) Presentation with notes and comments.
3)Discussion

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Non-Technical
Sub Activity:Seminar
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:Chunav Pathashala
Organized by:Department of Computer Engineering
Venue:Class Room.313  ( 3rd  floor ,SLRTCE)
Date: 18-03-2019
Time:10.15am -12.30pm
Objective of event:To make the students aware of the voting system and importance of vote.
Expected Outcomes  of event :
  1. Student get aware about election process.
  2. Student got to know how single vote can be effective.
Targeted Participants :T.E,B.E
Total Participants:45
Speaker:Mrs. Sangeeta Pathak, Mrs.Snehal Tambe  (senior clerk,Mirabhaynder BMC)
List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering).
List of distinguished guest present during closing ceremony:Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering)
Content of the activity :
  1. How to apply for voting card.
  2. How the voting process carried out.
Methodology used:
  1. Lecture-cum-discussion
  2. Group Discussion
  3. Management Games
  4. Case Studies

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Technical
Sub Activity:Seminar
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:Digital Signal Processing
Organized by:Department of Computer Engineering
Venue:Lab 312  ( 3rd floor ,SLRTCE)
Date: 16-03-2019
Time:12.30pm -1.30pm
Objective of event:
  • Identify the signals and systems.
  • Apply the principles of discrete-time signal analysis to perform various signal operations.
  • Apply the principles of z-transforms to finite difference equations.
  • Apply the principles of Fourier transform analysis to describe the frequency characteristics of discrete-time signals and systems.
  • Apply the principles of signal analysis to filtering.
  • Use computer programming tools to process and visualize signals
Expected Outcomes  of event :
  • Ability to apply current knowledge and applications of mathematics, science, engineering and technology
  • Ability to creatively design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability
  • Ability to identify, formulate, analyze and solve technical and engineering problems
  • Ability to use the techniques, skills and modern technical tools necessary for technical or engineering practice
Targeted Participants :M.E
Total Participants:40
Speaker:Prof.Arun Kulkarni           

 (Assistant Professor ,TSEC Mumbai)

List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Dr.S.B.Singh (Director,SLRTCE).
List of distinguished guest present during closing ceremony:Dr.S.B.Singh (Director,SLRTCE).
Content of the activity :
  • Classification of discrete-time signals and systems, convolution.
  • Discrete-time Fourier transform.
  • LTI systems, Impulse response and frequency response
  • Finite difference equations, and z transforms.
  • Sampling of continuous-time signals.
  • Digital filter structures, block diagrams, signal flow-graphs, and basic FIR digital filter structures
  • Ideal filters, FIR and IIR filters, filter design
  • Discrete Fourier transform.
  1. Methodology used:
  1. Power point presentation.
  2. Presentation with notes and comments.
  3. Discussion

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Technical
Sub Activity:Seminar
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:Research Methodology
Organized by:Department of Computer Engineering
Venue:Lab 312  ( 3rd floor ,Slrtce)
Date: 16-03-2019
Time:10.30pm -12.30pm
Objective of event:
  1. understand some basic concepts of research and its methodologies
  2. identify appropriate research topics
  3. select and define appropriate research problem and parameters
Expected Outcomes  of event :
  1. The need for research
  2. Types of research
  3. Steps in conducting research
  4. Concepts of Research
Targeted Participants :M.E
Total Participants:25
Speaker:Prof.Arun Kulkarni                                  (Assistant Professor ,TSEC Mumbai)
List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Dr.S.B.Singh (Director,SLRTCE).
List of distinguished guest present during closing ceremony:Dr.S.B.Singh (Director,SLRTCE).
Content of the activity :Literature review
  • What is literature review?
  • Why the need for literature review?
  • How to carry out a literature review?

Selecting and defining a research problem

  • Problem formulation – why the need for this?
  • What are the criteria for selecting a problem?
  • Identifying variables
  • Evaluating problems
  • Functions of a hypothesis

Conducting the research

  • Research activities
  • Preparations before conducting your research

Examples of Research at the University

  • Differences among Postgraduate and
    Undergraduate Research
  • Research at the postgraduate level (PhD and MSc)
  • Research at the undergraduate level (BSc)
  • Preparations for an Undergraduate Final Year Project
Methodology used:
  1. Power point presentation.
  2. Presentation with notes and comments.
  3. Discussion

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Non-Technical
Sub Activity:Seminar
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:Kargil shaurya gatha
Organized by:Department of Computer Engineering
Venue:Lab No.312  ( 3rd  floor ,Slrtce)
Date: 15-03-2019
Time:10.15am -12.30pm
Objective of event:To make the students aware of the countless efforts and sacrifices made by our soldiers for    our safety and our nation
Expected Outcomes  of event :
  1. Student get aware and motivated about national responsibilities.
  2. How soldiers are doing sacrifices for us.
  3. As a youth What are the responsibilities of students.
Targeted Participants :T.E,S.E
Total Participants:91
Speaker:Mrs.Namrat Shinde                    

 (Member and Volunteer,Lakshya Foundation.)

List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering).
List of distinguished guest present during closing ceremony:Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering)
Content of the activity :
  1. Where is kargil?
  2. Why it is so sensitive place?
  3. Reasons behind kargil war.
  4. Bravery stories of our soldiers.
  5. Who we can give contribution to soldiers.
Methodology used:
  1. Lecture-cum-discussion
  2. Group Discussion
  3. Management Games
  4. Case Studies

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Technical
Sub Activity:Seminar
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:Certified Professional in Microsoft Azure
Organized by:Department of Computer Engineering
Venue:Classroom 313 ( 3rd floor ,Slrtce)
Date: 13-03-2019
Time:12.45pm -1.45pm
Objective of event:
  1. Which certification is best AWS or Azure?
  2. What is Microsoft Azure certification?
  3. Is Microsoft Azure certification worth it?
  4. What is azure course?
Expected Outcomes  of event :
  1. Introduction to Azure
  2. Why, What and Benefits of Azure
  3. Azure Hosting Models
  4. Azure Services
  5. Subscribing to Microsoft Azure
  6. Azure Portals
  7. Azure Key Concepts
Targeted Participants :T.E
Total Participants:43
Speaker:Mr. Manish sigh (Trainer and Marketing Head  ,ATS InfoTech Pvt.Ltd.)
List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering).
List of distinguished guest present during closing ceremony:Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering)
Content of the activity :Cloud Computing Introduction
  •  What is Cloud Computing
  • Cloud Characteristics
  • Cloud Computing Service Models
  • Deployment Models in Cloud Computing
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Cloud Computing
  • Cloud Computing Job Roles.
  • Cloud Computing Platforms and Certifications.

Getting Starting with Azure

  • Introduction to Azure
  • Why, What and Benefits of Azure
  • Azure Hosting Models
  • Azure Services
  • Subscribing to Microsoft Azure
  • Azure Portals
  • Azure Key Concepts
  • Azure Resource Group
  • Installing Microsoft Azure SDK

Azure Virtual Networks

  • Overview of Azure Networking
  • Virtual Network Benefits
  • Understanding Network Resources
  • Create a VNet using Azure Portal
  • Create a Subnet
  • Setup Network Security Group
  • Create a Public IP Address
  • Create Network Interface Card with public, and private IP addresses
  • Create a Virtual Machine
Methodology used:
  1. Lecture-cum-discussion
  2. Group Discussion
  3. Management Games
  4.  Case Studies

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Technical
Sub Activity:Seminar
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:Cross platform with mobile app. development
Organized by:Department of Computer Engineering
Venue:Classroom 301  ( 3rd floor ,Slrtce)
Date: 13-03-2019
Time:11.30am -12.30pm

Objective of event:

  1. What is Cross platform with Mobile App Development.
  2. Why Cross platform with Mobile App Development important?
  3. How this technology can help students in their career prospective
Expected Outcomes  of event :
  1. How to get started with cross platform application development.
  2. Focusing on learning one language well and leveraging that across different platforms.
  3. Supporting current and future devices quickly
Targeted Participants :S.E
Total Participants:59
Speaker:Mr. Manish sigh (Trainer and Marketing Head  ,ATS InfoTech Pvt.Ltd.)
List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering).
List of distinguished guest present during closing ceremony:Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering)
Content of the activity :
  1. How do I choose the best cross platform mobile app development tools?
  2. What is the best cross platform mobile development?
  3. What is the best platform to build an app?
  4. What are the best frameworks for developing cross platform mobile apps with JavaScript?
Methodology used:
  1. Lecture-cum-discussion
  2. Group Discussion
  3. Management Games
  4. Case Studies

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Non-Technical
Sub Activity:Seminar
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:Personality Development.
Organized by:Department of Computer Engineering
Venue:Seminar hall  ( 2nd floor ,Slrtce)
Date: 12-03-2019
Time:10.15am -12.30pm
Objective of event: The main objective is to ensure that our students have the personality, exposure, skills, and self-confidence to take on the most urgent challenges and assignments starting from day one of their employment.
Expected Outcomes  of event :
  1. determine their type of personality;
  2. understand the different personality determinants;
  3. identify their strengths and weaknesses; and
  4.  know some social graces.
Targeted Participants :T.E,S.E
Total Participants:91
Speaker:Mr.Gejo Sreenivasan

( Student Mentor ,CL Mumbai)

List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering).
List of distinguished guest present during closing ceremony:Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering)
Content of the activity :
  1. Power Dressing: Wardrobe Etiquette
  2. Grooming for Success
  3.  Body Language, Poise, and Eye Contact
  4.  Pronunciation, Voice Modulation, and Diction
  5. Self-Esteem and Confidence
  6.  Assertive Behaviour
  7. Handling difficult situations with grace, style, and professionalism
  8. Projecting the Right First Impression
  9. Polishing manners to behave appropriately in social and professional circles
  10. Enhancing the ability to handle casual and formal situations in terms of personal grooming, dining and entertaining etiquette
  11. Developing and maintaining a positive attitude and being assertive
  12. Mastering Cross Cultural Etiquette
  13. Handling difficult situations with grace, style, and professionalism
Methodology used:
  1. Lecture-cum-discussion
  2. Group Discussion
  3. Management Games
  4. Case Studies

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Non-Technical
Sub Activity:Seminar
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:Study Abroad and GRE
Organized by:Department of Computer Engineering
Venue:Seminar hall  ( 2nd floor ,Slrtce)
Date: 05-03-2019
Time:10.15am -12.30pm
Objective of event:
  1. Why study abroad?
  2. Requirments for studying abroad.
  3. How to prepare for GRE.
Expected Outcomes  of event :
  1. What are the requirements to study abroad?
  2. Should Indian go to study abroad?
  3. How can I study abroad for free?
  4. Which is the best country to study abroad for Indian students?
Targeted Participants :T.E,S.E
Total Participants:105
Speaker:Prof.Junaid Khateeb                     (Trainer,Author,Consultant)
List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering).
List of distinguished guest present during closing ceremony:Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering)
Content of the activity :
  1. Reasons to study abroad/ how it can improve your C.V
  2. Students guide while planning to study overseas
  3. Things to do while choosing a study abroad program.
  4. Some options for abroad courses.

Methodology used:

  1. Power point presentation.
  2. Presentation with notes and comments.
  3. Discussion

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Technical
Sub Activity:Seminar
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:Artificial Intelligence
Organized by:Department of Computer Engineering
Venue:Classroom .313  ( 3rd floor ,Slrtce)
Date: 17-01-2019
Time:1.00pm -2.00pm
Objective of event:1.Data science by using different Language-Tech Awareness.

2. Artificial Intelligence-Machine Learning Deep Learning Awareness.

3.Current Marketing adaption-19-20 used by multi giant company –case study amazon.

Expected Outcomes  of event :
  1. Student got to know current market trend
  2. How we can combine AI and deep learning.
  3. And how to approach new technologies.
Targeted Participants :T.E,S.E
Total Participants:89
Speaker:Mr.Sanjeev Gupta, (Team lead for SDAC InfoTech)
List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering).
List of distinguished guest present during closing ceremony:Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering)
Content of the activity :
  1. Which is best language for data science?
  2. Is Java required for data science?
  3. Which programming language is best for big data?
  4. Is programming required for data scientist?
  5. Which language is used in Hadoop?
  6. What do I need to be a data scientist?
  7.  What is artificial intelligence machine learning and deep learning?
  8. Is deep learning artificial intelligence?
  9. What is difference between artificial intelligence and machine learning?
  10. What is AI but not machine learning?
Methodology used:
  1. Power point presentation.
  2. Presentation with notes and comments.
  3. Discussion

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Technical
Sub Activity:Workshop
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:R for Machine learning
Organized by:Department of Computer Engineering
Venue:Lab No.305  ( 3rd floor ,SLRTCE)
Date: 29-08-2018 And 30-08-2018
Time:9.00 am To 5.00 pm.
Objective of event:
  1. To understand importance of Data Science and role of Data Scientist.
  2. To learn data analysis using R tool.
  3. To develop knowledge of Machine Learning.
  4. To understand how to manage data and analyse data using R tool.
Expected Outcomes  of event : 
  1. Student got brief introduction about R and Machine learning.
  2. Student got to know about installation process.
  3. Datatypes used in machine learning.
  4. Student understood the importance of data science and role of data scientist
Targeted Participants :T.E,B.E
Total Participants:38
Speaker:Mr.Surendra Mishra, ((BE(CS), UoM ,Senior Analyst, Bank of America, Mumbai,Founder & Tech blogger at (www.cracktechinterviews.com)
List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Dr .S.Ram Reddy (Principal, S.L.R.T.C.E) , Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering).
List of distinguished guest present during closing ceremony:Prof. Rajesh Gaikwad ( Assistant Professor,  Department of computer engineering)
Content of the activity :1. Getting started with R
  • Downloading R&Rs studio.
  • Installing R &R studio.
  • Working with R studio.
  • Getting help in R.

2. Introduction to R Programming language

  • R data Types
  • Variables in R
  • Basic arithmetic in R.
  • Comparison Operator in R.
  • Control and Loop statements in R.

3.Data structure in R.

  • Vectors
  • List
  • Matrices
  • Data Frames

4. Advanced Programming in R

  • Working with date Time
  • Working with Regular Expressions
  • Working with Functions in R.
  • Importing data in R from

ü  CSV file

ü  Excel File

ü  Database

ü  Web Pages

5. Introduction To Machine learning using R

6. Case Study

Methodology used:
  1. Power point presentation.
  2. Presentation with notes and comments.
  3. Hands on Practical’s
  4. Discussion

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Non-Technical
Sub Activity:Seminar
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:Eradication of Human Trafficking
Organized by:Department of Computer Engineering
Venue:Seminar hall 311 ( 2nd floor ,Slrtce)
Date: 03-07-2018
Time:10.00 am Onwards.
Objective of event:To make aware students about human trafficking and its effect on society.
Expected Outcomes  of event :Real Life experience sharing with students.

Reason behind human trafficking.

Condition of victim in human trafficking.

How we can prevent human trafficking.

How we can help victim after rescue.

Targeted Participants :T.E,S.E
Total Participants:112
Speaker:Mr. Nishant Jha.
List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Prof.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering) ,Dr.S.Ram Reddy (Principal ,SLRTCE)
List of distinguished guest present during closing ceremony:Prof.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering)
Methodology used:
  1. Power point presentation.
  2. Presentation with discussion
  3. Sharing Real life experience.

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Technical
Sub Activity:Workshop
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:Android App. Development
Organized by:Department of Computer Engineering
Venue:Lab No.305  ( 3rd floor ,SLRTCE)
Date: 24-07-2018 And 26-07-2018
Time:9.00 am To 5.00 pm.
Objective of event:1) To understand Eclipse IDE, Android Studio.

2) To understand XML and JAVA.

3)To understand project development under Android platform.

Expected Outcomes  of event : 1)Installing to Android Studio Software

2) Creating AVD ( Android Virtual Device) in Android Studio

3)Understanding XML and JAVA

4)  Intent Application and many Live Projects

Targeted Participants :T.E, S.E
Total Participants:43
Speaker:Mr. Dharmesh  Koria.( Founder, Prako Technocratz)
List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering).
List of distinguished guest present during closing ceremony:Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering)
Content of the activity :
  1. Theory on Android Application
  2. Development Software Analysis
  3. Interacting with Android Studio / Eclipse
  4. IDE Understanding the concept of Binding & Intent and Applications
  5. Applications: Age Calculator, Login Application.
  6. Do it yourself: Calculator
  7. Application: SMS App, Music Player
  8. Application: Tic Tac Toe-Part 1
  9. Application: Tic Tac Toe-Part 2
Methodology used:
  1. Power point presentation.
  2. Presentation with notes and comments.
  3. Hands on Practical’s
  4. Discussion

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Non-Technical
Sub Activity:Seminar
Activity level:Inter College
Title:Stress Management
Organized by: 

Department of Computer Engineering

Venue:2nd floor ,SLRTCE
Date: 23-03-2018
Time:10.00 am Onwards.
Objective of event:1.To aware students about the effect of stress on health

2. To guide students on how to manage stress at different levels of life.

 

Targeted Participants :First year, Second year, Third year students
List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Dr.S Ram Reddy (Principal,SLRTCE), Prof. Pravin Jangid(Assistant Professor), Prof. Aabha Patil(Assistant Professor)
List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Dr.S Ram Reddy (Principal,SLRTCE), Prof. Pravin Jangid(Assistant Professor),Prof. Aabha Patil(Assistant Professor)
Speaker:Mr. Pradip Tiwari(Assistant Professor ,NMIMS)
Total Participants:82
Content of the activity :Different Technique of Stress Management
Methodology used:PPT and Group Discussion

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Technical
Sub Activity:Workshop
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:Android App. Development.
Organized by:Department of Computer Engineering
Venue:Computer lab 311 ( 3rd floor ,Slrtce)
Date: 02-02-2018
Time:10.00 am Onwards.
Objective of event:
  1. To understand Eclipse IDE.
  2. To understand XML and JAVA.
  3. To understand project development under  Android platform.
Expected Outcomes  of event :Students able to developed small android base application.
Targeted Participants :T.E,S.E
Total Participants:31
Speaker: 

Mr.Dharmesh Koria.

Founder, Prako Technocratz

List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering).
List of distinguished guest present during closing ceremony:Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering)
Content of the activity :Session 1: Theory & Software Distribution
  1. Theoretical knowledge on Android Application  development
  2. Understanding of Android & detailed Explanation
  3. Eclipse Software Distribution
  4. Installation of Eclipse Software
  5. Creating Hello word app

Session 2: Creating Basic App, Understanding Concept of Binding & Intent

  1. Creating Edit Text Application
  2. Understanding the concept of Binding & Intent
  3. Creating Intent Application
  4. Creating Log in application
Methodology used:
  1. Power point presentation.
  2. Presentation with notes and comments
  3. Hands-on practicals.

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Non-Technical
Sub Activity:Seminar
Activity level:Inter College
Title:Stress Management
Organized by: 

Department of Computer Engineering

Venue:2nd floor ,SLRTCE
Date: 23-03-2018
Time:10.00 am Onwards.
Objective of event:
  1. To aware students about the effect of stress on health
  2.  To guide students on how to manage stress at different levels of life.

 

Targeted Participants :First year, Second year, Third year students
List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Dr.S Ram Reddy (Principal,SLRTCE), Prof. Pravin Jangid(Assistant Professor), Prof. Aabha Patil(Assistant Professor)
List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Dr.S Ram Reddy (Principal,SLRTCE), Prof. Pravin Jangid(Assistant Professor),Prof. Aabha Patil(Assistant Professor)
Speaker:Mr. Pradip Tiwari(Assistant Professor ,NMIMS)
Total Participants:82
Content of the activity :Different Technique of Stress Management
Methodology used:PPT and Group Discussion

ParticularsDescription

 

Activity:Technical
Sub Activity:Seminar
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:Android App. Development.
Organized by:Department of Computer Engineering
Venue:Class room 313 ( 3rd floor ,Slrtce)
Date: 23-01-2018
Time:12.45 pm Onwards.
Objective of event:
  1. To introduce students to the world of Android App Development.
  2. Enabling students to get started with development of android apps on their own
Expected Outcomes  of event :
  1. Introduction to MVC Architecture
  2. Understanding the AndroidManifest.xml file
Targeted Participants :T.E,S.E
Total Participants:109
Speaker:Kishita Variya
(B.E. in Computer Engineering, Mumbai University)
List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering).
List of distinguished guest present during closing ceremony:Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering)
Content of the activity :

Java Overview.

Introduction to Android Application Structure

Methodology used:
  1. Power point presentation.
  2. Presentation with notes and comments
  3. Discussion

Workshop on “Cyber and mobile security ” Conducted on  October 17th, 2017 

COURSE OBJECTIVES COVERED BY THIS SEMINAR:

  • To give the brief idea to students about need and importance of cybersecurity and mobile security.
  • Familiarize the student with the various tricks and techniques used for cyber and mobile security.
  • Explore new research area in security. 

DESCRIPTION

Department of computer engineering has organized three days workshop on cyber and mobile security in collaboration with ATS Infotech Pvt. Limited . This workshop was conducted by industrial experts Mr.Jay and Ms. Shreya. 78 students from S.E.C.S, T.E.C.S, AND B.E.C.S. attended this workshop.  In this workshop, students got hands-on experience of the various methodologies used for cybersecurity.

Topics covered in the workshop included: why mobile and cyber security is important for any industry, market value of security professionals, how to start a study of security stepwise, certification is important in Cyber and mobile security.

OUTCOMES OF THIS SEMINAR:

  • Students got the detailed knowledge about cyber and mobile security.
  • Students got the guidance for certifications related to cyber and mobile security.

Computer Department had organized a seminar on “SAS Technology” On
September 22,2017

Objectives covered by this seminar:

  • Basic Information about  SAS technology.
  • Certification related to SAS technology.
  • The market value of SAS technology.

Description:

The seminar on “SAS technology ” was delivered by Ms. Supriya Katta 92 students of TE (CS), BE (CS)
attended the seminar. Ms. Supriya gave an introduction about the SAS technology. She explained the use of
this technology and the market demand for this technology. She also explained the various certification
related to it and importance of certification.
This seminar was very helpful to students of B.E they get to know new felid of technology.

Computer Department has Celebrated “Engineer’s Day” On September 15th, 2017 

The Department of computer engineering celebrated Engineer’s Day to mark the 156th birth anniversary of Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvarayya, one of the greatest engineer from India, a person behind many iconic constructions in India.

Year 2017 will mark the 49th anniversary of the Engineers Day in India.

To celebrate this day students of S.E C.S. and T.E.C.S. had organized various activities
like debate competition & Speech by students.

The event captivated the audience which left everyone mesmerized and also to think about their responsibilities towards the society and to question the unknown.

The event was organized successfully and left its imprints like an impression on a sandy shore.

One day seminar on “THE FUTURE OF IT DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION” and NIIT’s 26th BHAVISHYAJYOTI Scholarship exam.” Was conducted for our students by Department of Computer Engineering on September 11th, 2017. The seminar was conducted by respected Speaker Mr. Akshay Rele NIIT, Vasai.

About 150 students From SE (CS) and TE (CS) attended this informative seminar. The speaker gave students an insight on the technologies and the current trends of the industry. Followed by the seminar, students appeared for the 26th BHAVISHYA JYOTI Scholarship exam.

The speaker enlisted the pros and cons of the various programming languages such as JavaScript, Python, and PHP etc. and explained the importance of these languages and justified why they are trending in the industry.

One day seminar on “Internet of Things:Myths and Reality” was conducted by Department of Information Technology on September 6th, 2017. The workshop was commenced by our respected Head of Department, Ms. DeepaliPatil in the presence of ourvalued Speaker Mr. Sachin Shukla, SGM Technologies Pune.

The Internet of things (IoT) is the network of physical devices, vehicles, and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity which enable these objects to collect and exchange data.

The IoT allows objects to be sensed or controlled remotely across existing network infrastructure, creating opportunities for more direct integration of the physical world into computer-based systems and resulting in improved efficiency, accuracy and economic benefit in addition to reduced human intervention

The seminar was an enriching experience for students regarding the Internet of Things. Subsequently a brief introduction of working of the technology a real-time demonstration as given by our speaker. Students received a hands-on experience on how to frame a structure for building any project using IoT. Active participation of students enabled the seminar to understand the components like sensors, actuators etc.

COURSE OBJECTIVES COVERED BY THIS SEMINAR:

  •  Students exposure to different types of cyber threats.
  •  Knowledge about different tools and techniques used for security.
  •  Importance and need for certification in cybersecurity.

DESCRIPTION
Mr.Sandip Jethani, Director of ATS learning solution conducted the seminar on cybersecurity
for students. He gave a brief introduction about several ongoing issues in
security. He discussed  different attacks that are made on various devices like
computer systems, mobile phones, etc. He made students understand the criticality of the
subject and its impact.This seminar covered every aspect of cybersecurity from hacking
to technologies used to prevent from it. It also highlighted the importance of
certification in cybersecurity and its need in the ever-growing industry.

MOTIVATION GIVEN:
Cyber risk is now firmly at the top of the international agenda. Cyber-security has always
been a horizontal technology practice that’s roughly the same across all industry sectors.
Some industries have different regulations, use cases or business processes that demand
specific security controls, but overall every company needs things like firewalls, IDS/IPS,
threat management gateways and antivirus software regardless.Along with the big and
small ones, even start-ups are recruiting cyber security professionals. The demand for
data security is being raised even by clients, apart from the companies' own concern to
protect critical data. Thus, the demand for cyber security engineers is growing
exponentially.
OUTCOMES OF THIS SEMINAR:

  • Attendees were benefited by providing knowledge of updates on the latest threats, protection and response measures and sharing of expertise from across the
    industry.
  • Importance and Value of Cyber Security Certification.

COURSE OBJECTIVES COVERED BY THIS SEMINAR:

  • Build an understanding of the fundamental concepts of computer networking.
  • Familiarize the student with the basic taxonomy and terminology of the computer networking area.
  • Introduce the student to advanced networking concepts and discuss about various networking technologies.

DESCRIPTION

Mr.Nikhil Belwate conducted the seminar on Advanced Networking. This seminar provided students with an overview of the concepts and fundamentals of data communication and computer networks. Topics covered in seminar included: data communication concepts and techniques in a layered network architecture, communications switching and routing, types of communication, network congestion, network topologies ,network configuration and management, network model components, layered network models (OSI reference model, TCP/IP networking architecture) and their protocols, various types of networks (LAN, MAN, WAN and Wireless networks) and their protocols.

MOTIVATION GIVEN:

Computer networks allow the user to access remote programs and remote databases either of the same organization or from other enterprises or public sources. Computer networks provide communication possibilities faster than other facilities. Because of these optimal information and communication possibilities, computer networks may increase the organizational learning rate, which many authors declare as the only fundamental advantage in competition. Computer networking is an ever-evolving field. Computer networkers and security professionals are the ones who make sure computer systems run smoothly. They can install operating systems, configure networks, back up servers, and manage network security. When users have trouble with their systems, these IT professionals are the ones who fix their problems.

OUTCOMES OF THIS SEMINAR:

  • Understand and explain Data Communications System and its components.
  • Identify the different types of network topologies and protocols.
  • Identify the different types of network devices and their functions within a networ

COURSE OBJECTIVES COVERED BY THIS SEMINAR:

  • Student’s exposure to new technologies and programming languages.
  • What industries expect from engineers.
  • How you can take most out of engineering education.

 DESCRIPTION

Mr.Rahul Kannojiya had organized this seminar. In this seminar, he gave an introduction about currently running new technologies like JavaScript, WordPress, etc. He motivated students by giving motivational examples of entrepreneurs like Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk (God of entrepreneurs).  He gave an introduction about how the human labor has been automated with the innovation in technologies for e.g.: Chabot which chats with the user. This seminar covered every aspect of technology from website designing to Android applications.He introduced us to various technologies like CSS,HTML, JavaScript, WordPress, BigData, .net Framework, etc. The engineering industry has a lot of future scope for technologies like MEAN Stack, .net Framework, BigData, etc.

Motivation given:

Few of his students developed their own Android games. He also motivated students to learn new technologies by giving motivational examples like how 1 of his junior friend created his own OS named as X-Distro and how the 18-year-old guy can earn huge amount by just exploring vulnerabilities of hacking in popular websites.

The session was concluded with the interesting video of how the SpaceX company who was in loss earned huge profit by innovating their technology to land falcon back on the land that can be used again. With this innovation, the company earned a lot and made a huge profit.

OUTCOMES OF THIS SEMINAR:

  • Increased curiosity among students to learn technologies.
  • How to sharpen the skills.
  • How one can become successful in life.

Seminar on “Journey in Computer Engineering as a student to a professional” was conducted by Department of Computer Engineering on January 27, 2017.  The seminar was conducted by Mr. Kunal Pimparkhede who is working as a Project Manager at BNP Paribas India Solutions. He also had written two books one is Computer Programming with C++ published by Cambridge University Press and another one is Computer Programming-1 published by Tata Mc-Graw Hill.

The motto of the seminar was to make aware students about current industry scenario and skill requirements for the industry. Also, Students got insight on how they can transform themselves from being a student to a professional. Our students found it very informative and we got an overwhelming response from the students.

Computer Department had organized a seminar on “Internet of Things” on 16th March 2016.

COURSE OBJECTIVES COVERED BY THIS SEMINAR:

  • Student’s exposure to the Internet of Things.
  • What industries expect from engineers.
  • How you can take most out of engineering education.

DESCRIPTION:

The Department of Computer Engineering had organized a seminar on “The Internet of Things” for S.E. (CMPN), T.E. (CMPN) and B.E. (CMPN) students under guidance of Mr. Narendra Shekokar

Total 152 students attended the seminar. In this seminar, how machine to machine connectivity is rapidly growing everywhere was discussed. Also, the business benefits for connected devices and assets for remote location connectivity are instantly cleared.

TOPICS COVERED

  • The next evolution of internet
  • How harnessing the data and real-time analysis
  • Where to start?
  • How large is the IoT market?
  • What’s driving the IoT
  • Live demo on IoT

The Department of Computer Engineering had organized the first round of “SEED IT IDOL” competition in collaboration with SEED InfoTech Ltd and Mumbai University on January 25, 2017. The Moto of this competition was to reward the knowledge of the students and make them aware about the job opportunities and skill requirement in the industry. The first round of the competition was a pen-paper test on C programming and computer fundamentals having 30 objective type questions to be solved in 30 minutes. 300 students from CS, IT and FE (EXTC, ETRX, CIVIL, MECH, CS, IT) participated in the competition. The second round of the competition will be held in Mumbai University.

Our department took initiative again, to start the new chapter for students development i.e. Code-Yantra. Code-Yantra is a student’s programming committee which aims at promoting and inspiring students to get involved with competitive programming. We had conducted an event to select members of the committee. Students from various branches had participated in the event. The selection process was divided into 3 rounds as follows:

Round 1: Aptitude/Logic based online test for the F.E students and a basic programming based test for the S.E students. A total participation of around 100 students was observed for the round. This round was conducted on 18th Jan 2017.

Round 2: Based on round 1, the number of students were shortlisted to around half and the selected students were asked to give a similar online test. The second round was conducted on 31st Jan 2017.

Round 3: Based on the results of the previous round, 15 students were selected from each class for a final interview. 6 students were selected from each year. The interview was conducted on 4th Feb 2017.

This committee is organized by Mehul Dholiya with Shweta Pandey, Abdullah Khan, and Akhil Balakrishnan.

Engineers are people who solve problems and focus on making things work more efficiently and effectively. We celebrate engineer’s day to mark the birth anniversary of Sir M Vishweshwaraiah. This year we celebrated this day by arranging to competition for students i.e. DEBET competition and “MARKETING “Competition. We got very positive response from students.

As every year, our students celebrate the teacher’s day to wish their teachers. It is the occasion to remember teachers and applaud their contribution towards the overall development of the student. On the eve of Teachers’ Day, Career India has come out with a video which says about the bonding between Teachers’ and Students. Our students also celebrated Teachers day for all their teachers.  We always say that Teachers plays very important role in student’s career and this statement was proven by our students.

Guest Lecture on “Research Methodology” Conducted on  August 20th, 2016 

COURSE OBJECTIVES COVERED BY THIS SEMINAR:

  • To give the brief idea to students about need and importance of research in engineering.
  • Familiarize the student with the various sources available for research.
  • Explore new research areas. 

DESCRIPTION

Dr. J.W.Bakal conducted the seminar on Research Methodology. 100 students of SE(CS) and TE(CS) attended the seminar.

This seminar provided students with an overview of the various research methodologies. Topics covered in the seminar included: why research is important for an engineer, how research is helpful to increase knowledge, how to start research stepwise, how to select the research topic and why documentation of research work is important and needed.

OUTCOMES OF THIS SEMINAR:

  • Students got the detailed knowledge about sources available for research.
  • Students got the guidance for paper publication

Guest Lecture on “ERP & CRM with Live Demo” was conducted by Department of Computer Engineering was conducted on March 22, 2015.

All the students received detailed information on Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) from our honorable speaker, Mr. Shashank S. Rameshwar, Manager- Business Development, Pegasys Information Technologies.

The significance and importance of ERP and CRM systems in the business world were highlighted in the lecture. Also, the implementation methodology of CRM and ERP was explained with the help of demonstration. We got an overwhelming response from the students.

Department of Computer Engineering had organized a very successful seminar on Project Management on 11th March 2016. Students from SE(CS) and BE(CS) attended the seminar.

All the students got detailed knowledge on industry perspectives of Project management from our honorable speaker,

Mr. Vivek Jain (Head Project Manager, LNT) and

Mrs. Shiba Jain (Project Manager in General Mills)

The detailed description about software engineering methodologies followed in the industry along with agile development was explained during the seminar. The participants found it very informative and registered a feedback showing satisfaction with the overall experience.

The Department of Computer Engineering had organized the first round of “SEED IT IDOL” competition in collaboration with SEED InfoTech Ltd and Mumbai University on January 27, 2016. The Moto of this competition was to reward the knowledge of the students and make them aware about the job opportunities and skill requirement in the industry. The first round of the competition was a pen-paper test on C programming and computer fundamentals having 30 objective type questions to be solved in 30 minutes. 130 students from CS and IT participated in the competition.  Students are selected for the second round of the competition to be held at University of Mumbai.

One day workshop on “Internet of Things” was conducted by Department of Computer Engineering on October 03, 2015. The workshop was inaugurated by the honorable Principal, Dr. S Ram Reddy.

IoT i.e. Internet of Things is an emerging concept in the field of networking. 39 students from SE, TE, and ME attended this informative workshop. The participants received a detailed knowledge on IoT from our honorable speakers including,

Mr. Sachin Sadare, Business Development Manager, L&T Infotech

Mr. Jitendra Shenoy, Senior Architect, L&T Infotech

Mr. Yogesh Pingle, Asst. Professor, VCET

Mr. Sachin Sadare explained the overall concept of IoT and how it has emerged.  Mr. Jitendra Shenoy explained the networking concept and all technical aspects related to IoT and Mr. Yogesh Pingle explained the applications of IoT.

The participants got the detailed knowledge about the basic concepts of IoT, network protocols used in IoT and how this internet enabled network can change the way people live, behave and communicate. The participants found it very informative and registered feedback showing the satisfaction with the overall experience.

Engineers operate the world and provide technology to the society. To identify the great

work done by our hard-working engineers each year 15th September is celebrated as Engineers’ Day remembering the birthday of Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya, recognizing his contributions in the field of engineering in India.
This year Shree L. R. Tiwari College of Engineering, which has always proved itself in providing efficient technocrats to the society, acknowledged the work of this great engineer by celebrating this day jubilantly. The professors and students of Computer Engineering Department gathered in the classroom and discussed the importance of entrepreneurship for engineers in today’s era. It was then followed by “Why Should I Pay”, a social competition to elaborate the necessity and duty of the engineers-to-be for the country. Followed by that was the Online Quiz competition for technical G.K. The event captivated the audience which left everyone mesmerized and also to think about their responsibilities towards the society and to question the unknown.

The event was organized successfully and left its imprints like an impression on a sandy shore. It gave an opportunity to everyone to remember and cherish the works of Sir Visvesvaraya as he once said: “Remember, your work may be only to sweep a railway crossing, but it is your duty to keep it so clean that no other crossing in the world is as clean as yours.

Two-day workshop on “Android Application Development” was conducted by Department of Computer Engineering between March 26, 2015, and March 27, 2015. The workshop was inaugurated by the honorable Principal, Dr. S Ram Reddy.

28 students of SE, TE, BE from CS, IT, ET and EX attended this informative workshop. The participants received a practical introduction to Android Development fundamentals from our honorable speaker,

Mr. Sunny Singhal, Freelance Corporate Trainer and Software Developer.

Various Android-based concepts including User interface Designing, SQLite Programming, and Deployment of App on play store etc. were covered during the workshop. We got an overwhelming response from all the participants. They highly appreciated the event and found it very informative.

The guest lecture on “Enterprise Resource Planning” was conducted by Department of Computer Engineering on March 27, 2015. All the students received detailed information on Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Supply Chain Management (SCM) from our honorable speaker,

Mr. Shashank S. Rameshwar, Functional Consultant MS, Dynamics NAV.

The significance and importance of ERP, CRM and SCM systems in the business world were highlighted in the lecture. Also, the implementation methodology of SCM, CRM and ERP were explained with the help of demonstration. We got an overwhelming response from the students.

COURSE OBJECTIVES COVERED BY THIS SEMINAR:

  1. To provide stress management education and awareness.
  2. To increase use of healthy, proactive stress management techniques.
  3. To highlight the role of teachers in reducing the academic stress.

DESCRIPTION:

The seminar on “STRESS MANAGEMENT “was delivered by Mr. Pradeep.Around80 students attended the seminar.MR. Pradeep gave an introduction about currently running new research considers early and contemporary studies on the nature of stress at work. It affects on health and way in which such knowledge is applied in attempts to manage the problem. It discusses the conceptual frameworks implied in the practice of stress management at work and in health safety and legislation. In particular, it focuses on the utility of control cycle and problem-solving approaches to the management of stress at work.

MOTIVATION GIVEN:

After the seminar, many students came together and listed their causes of stress and MR. Pradeep came up with some effective solutions. It helped them a lot to manage in their day to day life activities.

OUTCOMES OF THIS SEMINAR:

1.The students got to know the benefits of stress-free professional life.

2.The students got a proper description between a happy and a misery life.

3.They also learned to enjoy the small steps of achievements -in efforts for you to have the strength to endure the BIGGER steps. This helps with revitalization!!

Two-day workshop on “Network Security” was conducted by Department of Computer Engineering between February 9, 2015, and February 10, 2015. The workshop was inaugurated by the honorable Principal, Dr. S Ram Reddy.

35 students of SE, TE, BE from CS, IT, ET and EX attended the workshop. Participants received a detailed knowledge on Cybercrimes and Computer Forensic from our honorable speaker,

Mr. Sachin Dedhia, SkyNetSecure, Cybercrime investigation and ethical hacking services.

All the participants got knowledge on the basic concepts of Computer Forensics, Different types of cybercrimes and related cyber laws. Also various measures of ethical hacking were discussed during the workshop. The participants found it very informative and registered feedback showing satisfaction with the overall experience.

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Non-Technical
Sub Activity:Seminar
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:Music act like supplementary medicine
Organized by:Department of Computer Engineering
Venue:Seminar hall 311 ( 2nd floor ,Slrtce)
Date: 03-02-2015
Time:10.00 am Onwards.
Objective of event:
  1. To understand why music is important in life.
  2. To understand effect of stress on life.
  3. To understand healing power of music.
Expected Outcomes  of event :
  1. Students got to know about types of music
  2. Students got to know how music can change the mood of human being .
Targeted Participants :T.E,S.E
Total Participants:61
Speaker: 

Prof.Yogesh Pingle

 Assistant professor VCET

List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Prof.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering).
List of distinguished guest present during closing ceremony:Prof.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering)
Methodology used:
  1. Power point presentation.
  2. Presentation with discussion
  3. Live demo of music.
ParticularsDescription
Activity:Technical
Sub Activity:Seminar
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:IOT in music therapy.
Organized by:Department of Computer Engineering
Venue:Seminar hall ( 2nd floor ,Slrtce)
Date: 12-08-2015
Time:12.00 am Onwards.
Objective of event:
  1. To understand relation of IOT and music.
  2. To create awareness about relation between technology and music.
Expected Outcomes  of event :Students get to know about use of IOT in music industry
Targeted Participants :T.E,B.E
Total Participants:70
Speaker: 

Prof Yogesh Pingle.

 Assistant Professor ,VCET

List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Prof.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering).
List of distinguished guest present during closing ceremony:Prof.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering)
Methodology used:
  1. Power point presentation.
  2. Presentation with notes and comments
  3. Hands-on practical’s.
ParticularsDescription
Activity:Technical
Sub Activity:Seminar
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:Music for health care.
Organized by:Department of Computer Engineering
Venue:Seminar hall ( 2nd floor ,SLRTCE)
Date: 8-03-2016
Time:10.00 am Onwards.
Objective of event:1. To understand importance of health.

2. To create awareness about ,how music can be helpful in health management .

Expected Outcomes  of event :Students got the very good musical experience .
Targeted Participants :B.E,T.E,S.E
Total Participants:86
Speaker: 

Prof Yogesh Pingle.

 Assistant Professor ,VCET

List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Prof.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering).
List of distinguished guest present during closing ceremony:Prof.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering)
Methodology used:1) Power point presentation.  
ParticularsDescription
Activity:Technical
Sub Activity:Seminar
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:Big Data and IOT
Organized by:Department of Computer Engineering
Venue:Seminar hall ( 2nd floor ,Slrtce)
Date: 6-08-2013
Time:12.00 am Onwards.
Objective of event:1. To understand relation of IOT and big data.

2. To create awareness about latest research in big data and IOT.

Expected Outcomes  of event :Students got the brief  knowledge of big data and IOT
Targeted Participants :T.E,S.E
Total Participants:56
Speaker: 

Prof Yogesh Pingle.

 Assistant Professor ,VCET

List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Prof.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering).
List of distinguished guest present during closing ceremony:Prof.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering)
Methodology used:
  1. Power point presentation.
  2. Presentation with notes and comments
  3. Hands-on practical’s.
ParticularsDescription
Activity:Technical
Sub Activity:Seminar
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:Analytics Of AI
Organized by:Department of Computer Engineering
Venue:Seminar hall  ( 2nd floor ,Slrtce)
Date: 24-01-2014
Time:10.15 am Onwards.
Objective of event:1) Introduction to AI
2) Impact of AI On today’s word.
Expected Outcomes  of event :
  1. Identify problems that are amenable to solution by AI methods, and which AI methods may be suited to solving a given problem.
  2. Formalize a given problem in the language/framework of different AI methods (e.g., as a search problem, as a constraint satisfaction problem, as a planning problem, etc).
  3. Implement basic AI algorithms (e.g., standard search or constraint propagation algorithms).
Targeted Participants ;B.E,T.E,S.E
Total Participants:86
Speaker:Mr.Omkar Phadnis  (Managing director, Accenture analytics)
List Of distinguished guest present during opening ceremony :Dr. Ram Reddy (Principal, SLRTCE) ,Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering).
List of distinguished guest present during closing ceremony:Dr.Vinayak Shinde (H.O.D of department of computer engineering)
Content of the activity :
  1. Introduction to Artificial Intelligence and intelligent agents, history of Artificial Intelligence.
  2. Building intelligent agents (search, games, logic, constraint satisfaction problems).
  3. Machine Learning algorithms.
  4. Applications of AI (Natural Language Processing, Robotics/Vision).
  5. Solving real AI problems through programming with Python.
Methodology used:
  1. Power point presentation.
  2. Presentation with notes and comments
  3. Discussion
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