The workshop was conducted from 23rd July 2018 to 25th July 2018. The main aim for conducting the workshop was to give students basic knowledge of web technologies and using Java as a backend tool in web development.
This guest lecture was organized for SE students to make them aware about the practical applications of the knowledge they acquire during theory and practical session. The guest speaker also guided the students about how to choose a project domain and implement their ideas effectively and even the importance of OOP in Industry.
The Python Basics Workshop was a three day workshop organized by the Computer Engineering Students Association (C.E.S.A) and coordinated by Prof. Prashant Gadakh for the students of S.E Computer. The workshop aimed at the providing the students basic information about the use and benefits of Python and covering python programming aspects such as data structures, classes, methods and control structures. The workshop comprised of theory as well as practical methods interleaved with hands-on training. The workshop was concluded with a test that helped students implement the concepts learnt and also evaluate themselves. The Python Basics workshop was well appreciated with an active participation of students throughout the workshop.
Its been an honor to invite the speaker Mr. Sandesh Mahamure, to conduct the guest lecture on “Internet of Things “ for SE computer Students to make them understand about the concepts like Different types of problem, how to solve the problems. In this guest lecture students were enthusiastically participated and learnt the concepts.
Its been an honor to invite the speaker Mr. Chetan J Shah, to conduct the guest lecture on “Block Chain Technology “ for TE and BE computer Students to make them understand about the concepts like Different types of problem based on Block Chain, how to solve the problems. In this guest lecture students were enthusiastically participated and learnt the concepts.
The Faculty Development Program on “Geoinformatics System Development” was organized for faculty members, researchers, PhD and ME Scholars from Computer Engineering, Information Technology, E&TC, Civil and other domains of engineering and technology. Geoinformatics has emerged as a field of study that is focused on basic questions about the acquisition, storage, management, analysis and visualization of geographic information within Geographic Information Systems (GIS). It is used to support research in an increasingly wide range of disciplines that include the arts, humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, health sciences, and engineering. The hands on sessions conducted during the course enhanced the understanding and implementation skills using tools and logical thinking of faculties towards research. At the end of course faculties implemented real life problem statements.
The Add-On course on “Data Science using R Programming” was organized for Third Year Computer Engineering students. The hands on sessions conducted during the course enhanced the logical design of machine learning problems through R programming. At the end of the course students implemented the mini projects based on different machine learning data.