Technical Talk on “Pervasive Computing”

Department of Computer Science & Engineering had organized a Technical Talk on “Pervasive Computing” on 19th NOV 2020 virtually for faculties and students.

Around 157 participants were registered for the event. Through telegram link all the event activities and feedback link were shared. Registration for the Technical Talk was free. Many students and faculties have effectively participated. Live YouTube link was provided for the participants to attend and free certificates were issued to active 157 participants.

Eminent speakers from various institutions were invited as resource persons. Dr. Puttegowda D, HOD, CSE, Thanked all the speakers for delivering their topics excellently and also the management and Principal Dr Basavaraj L for their kind support in organizing the event.

Mrs. Impana Appaji and Mrs. Sunitha Patel M S coordinated the events and event was hosted by Mrs. Impana Appaji., Assistant professor, Dept., of CSE.

Resource persons and topic delivered are listed below.

Resource Person: Dr. Srinath S – Associate Professor, Dept., of CSE, SJCE, Mysuru.

Topic Delivered: Pervasive Computing.

 

Dr. Srinath S, Gave an brief overview on Pervasive computing, also called ubiquitous computing, He also spoke regarding the growing trend of embedding computational capability into everyday objects to make them effectively communicate and perform useful tasks in a way that minimizes the end user’s need to interact with computers as computers. He showed how the Pervasive computing devices are network-connected and constantly available. Unlike desktop computing, pervasive computing can occur with any device, at any time, in any place and in any data format across any network and can hand tasks from one computer to another.

Youtube link: https://youtu.be/4OxDeADKAlA

Webinar on Latest Technologies

Department of Computer Science & Engineering had organized Three days webinar on “Latest Technologies”from 9th July to 11th July 2020 virtually for faculties and students.

Around 390 participants were registered for the event. Through telegram link all the event activities, PPTs and feedback link were shared. E mail confirmation was also made for all the participants. The registration for the webinar was free. Many students and faculties have effectively participated. Live YouTube link was provided for the participants to attend and free certificates were issued to active 130 participants.

Eminent speakers from various institutions were invited as resource persons. Dr. Puttegowda D, HOD, CSE, Thanked all the speakers for delivering their topics excellently and also the management and Principal Dr Basavaraj L for their kind support in organizing the event.

Mr. Anil Kumar B H and Ms. Kavyashree E D coordinated the events and event was hosted by Ms. Keerthana M M on all the three days.

Resource persons and topic delivered day wise are listed below.

Day-1

Resource person:Dr. Gururaj K S, Associate Professor, Dept. of CSE, GSSSIETW, Mysuru

Topic Delivered:An Introduction to Cloud Computing Platforms.

Dr. Gururaj K S, Gave an brief overview on cloud introduction, cloud characteristics, cloud computing reference model, cloud deployment models, cloud computing services, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google cloud: Compute Engine Features, Data Processing, Virtual Machine Images, Storage Features and Issues with the internet, cloud. AWS platform working was shown practically with sample examples.

Day 2

Resource person:Dr. Andhe Dharani, Professor and Director, R.V. College of Engineering, Bengaluru.

Topic Delivered:Data to Big Data and Decision Making using Machine Learning.

Dr. Andhe Dharani, gave detail explanation on data and Its types, meta data and database, sensor data, data model, and decision making. Also explained comparison on artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning. Difference between traditional programming and machine learning, How do machines learn. Types of machine learning and their comparison, also gave a brief overview on sample data sets working in kaggle. How to select a model & training the model, tools used in handling the data, and Python libraries was summarized. There was also execution of sample programs on spyder tool.

Day-3

Resource person:Ms. Nagalashmi T.S, Assistant Professor, Dept. of CSE, GSSSIETW, Mysuru.

Topic Delivered: An Introduction to Artificial Intelligence and its Tools.

Ms. Nagalakshmi T S, gave a brief overview on introduction to Artificial Intelligence, It’s need and challenges, Artificial intelligence type classification, Applications of AI & its requirements, AI Tools such as Matlab, Keras, Microsoft Azure, Tensor flow, scikit learn, caffe, PyTorch, Open NN, Apache mahout, Theano etc. and Dataset repository was explained in brief, Anaconda installation was shown along with its packages. In spyder tool sample program was explained.

Webinar Video Links: 

Department of Computer Science and Engineering of ATME College of Engineering, Mysuru organized a  technical talk on “Latest Trends and Technologies, New Age Talents  “ for III,V and VI semester students of CSE on 6th October  2018 under the Computer Society of India Student Branch.

Raghavendra Udupa, Delivery Manager, Infosys was the resource person. It was coordinated by Sneha N P, Assistant Professor and Shruthi P, Assistant Professor.

Inter Collegiate Project Championship and CG Project Exhibition-2018 was organized by the Department of Computer Science & Engineering, ATME College of Engineering, Mysuru, on 16th May 2018. Seventeen teams of final year from the ATME College of Engineering and from other Engineering colleges participated in the Project Championship event. Fifty Nine teams of pre-final year from the ATME College of Engineering and from other Engineering colleges participated in the Computer Graphics Project Exhibition.

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workshop on 24th February 2018 for second year Students on “Basics of object oriented programming using C++” for the second year students as a Skill-Building program to students that aligns with industry requirements.

The resource persons were Mr. Anil Kumar B H, Asst. Prof, Dept. of CSE, ATMECE, Mysuru and Ms. Shruthi P, Asst. Prof, Dept. of CSE, ATMECE, Mysuru.

II Workshop

Workshop on “Mobile App Development and Testing” for Pre-Final Year Students

Three days workshop on “Mobile App Development and Testing ”  from 23rd February – 25th February 2018 9.30 am to 4.30 pm for the final year students to provide an opportunity to students to understand the aspects of mobile programming that make it unique from programming for other platforms and introduction to application development for Android technology

The resource person was Mr. Uday Sheshadri, Software Quality Engineer, McAfee ,India

 

III Workshop

 Workshop on “Mobile App Development” for Final Year Students

Three days workshop on “ Mobile App Development ” from 25th September – 27th September for the final year students to provide an opportunity to gain knowledge and experience on Types of Mobile Apps, Android Introduction, Android Architecture & Framework, Setting up development environment, Knowing development environment.

The resource person was Mr. Shanmuga Priya, Founder & CEO, ONTO Technologies, Bangalore.

Five days Faculty Development Program on “Python Application Programming” was organized by Department of Computer science, ATME College of Engineering, Mysuru. The programme was conducted from 17th January 2018 to 21stJanuary 2018.

The main objective of this FDP is to get acquainted with the recent advances in “Python Application Programming” and to empower engineering fraternity to do research in this area. The major aspects covered in the workshop are:

Outcome of the Programme:

The FDP was helpful in providing the recent advances in “PYTHON APPLICATION PROGRAMMING” and to empower engineering fraternity to do research in this area. TheThe Valedictory function is conducted at the end of the FDP and certificates were distributed to all the participants.

Most of the faculties & all the students are members of professional bodies like CSI and ISTE.

Under the banner of Computer Society of India – student branch (CSI-SB) organizes various technical events and also conduct “Computer Awareness Program” for students of Government high school, Harohalli, Mysuru.

Three days’ Workshop on “Basics of Android APP development”

Department of Computer Science and Engineering, ATME college of Engineering (ATMECE), Mysuru organized Three days workshop on “Basics of Android APP development” was organized for VII-sem, B sec CSE students, on 30th Aug 2016 to 1st Sept 2016. The resource persons for the workshop were Mr. Chethan S P, Mr. Navile Nageshwara Naveen, and Mr. Thribhuvan R, Asst Prof, from CIT, Ponnampet. The Programme was inaugurated by Prof M S Veerendra Kumar, HOD, and Dept of CSE. The workshop was coordinated by Mr Ajay Kumar B R, Asst Prof, and ATMECE.

Engineer’s day Celebration

Department of Computer Science and Engineering, ATME college of Engineering (ATMECE), Mysuru Celebrated 49th Engineers day on 3rd Oct 2016, under the banner of CSI. Dr. K ChidanadaGowda, Former vice chancellor, Kuvempu University, Shimoga, was the chief guest The programme was inaugurated by Dr. L Basavaraj, Prinicipal , ATMECE. The event was coordinated by Mr Anil Kumar C J, Asst Prof.

Three days’ Workshop on “Fundamentals of C and C++”

Department of Computer Science and Engineering, ATME college of Engineering (ATMECE), Mysuru organized Three days’ workshop on “Fundamentals of C and C++” was organized for V-sem, A sec students, from 20thoct 2016 to 22nd Oct 2016.

The resource persons were Mrs. Sowmya Sudhan S, Mrs. Sowmya Shree P, Mr. Anil Kumar C J, Mr. Anil Kumar B H, Mr. Anand Kumar H N and Mr. Ajay kumar B R, Assistant Professors from CSE, Department

Swach BharathAbhiyan – 2016

Department of Computer Science and Engineering, ATME college of Engineering (ATMECE), Mysuru Conducted ‘SwachBharathAbhiyan – 2016’ on 8th Nov 2016 to 12th Nov 2016. The event was coordinated by Mrs Sneha N P and Mr Srinivasa G. As part of the event different competitions were organized like paper collage, Power point presentation, painting and premises cleaning.

Students Participation in various events on the occasion of swatch Bharath Abhiyan

Six days FDP on “Network Simulator-3”

Department of Computer Science and Engineering, ATME college of Engineering (ATMECE), Mysuru organized Six days faculty development program on “Network Simulator-3”was organized from 12th Dec 2016 to17th Dec 2016. Dr. Mohit P Tahiliani, Asst Prof, from NITK, Surathkal was the resource person. Program was coordinated by Mrs. Sowmya S and Mrs Archana M R, Asst Profs, Dept of CSE.

Lighting the Lamp by dignitaries. From Right: Prof  M S Veerendrakumar, HOD, CSE, Principal Dr.L Basavaraj, ATMECE, Resource person Mr Mohith P Tahiliani, Mrs Sowmya S, Asst Prof, CSE

Six days Workshop on “Office Automation”

Department of Computer Science and Engineering, ATME college of Engineering (ATMECE), Mysuru organized Six days workshop on “Office Automation” was organized from 23rd Jan 2017 to 28th Jan 2017 for non-teaching staffs of ATME College. The programme was inaugurated by Dr. L Basavaraj, Principal, ATMECE. The event was coordinated by Mr Anil Kumar B H, Asst Prof Dept of CSE.

Lighting the Lamp by dignitaries From Left: Prof  M S Veerendrakumar, HOD, CSE, Principal Dr.L Basavaraj, ATMECE, Mr Anil Kumar B H, Asst Prof, CSE

Ten days Free “Computer Awareness Program “

Department of Computer Science and Engineering, ATME college of Engineering (ATMECE), Mysuru organized ten days “Free Computer Awareness Program” was organized for Harohalli Govt. High school from 2nd Jan 2017 to 13th Jan 2017. The program was coordinated by Mr. Sharath H A, Asst Prof, from Dept of CSE.

Government School Students during the session

Two Days Workshop on “Cloud Computing”

Department of Computer Science & Engineering, ATME College of Engineering, Mysore, organized a two day workshop on “Cloud Computing” in association with IIT Kanpur & NNSC on 07th & 08th October 2015. The workshop was inaugurated by the chief guest Dr. L. Basavaraj, Principal by lighting the lamp.

Computer Awareness Program

In support of Honorable prime minister   Narendra Modi’s vision Digital India to empower society in ITC, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, ATME College of Engineering, Mysore, under the banner of Computer Society of India – student branch (CSI-SB) organized five Days “Computer Awareness Program” for S.S.L.C students of Government high school, Harohalli, Mysore on 27th June 2016 in ATME College.

 One Day Technical Talk on “Open Software”

Department of Computer Science and Engineering, ATME college of Engineering (ATMECE), Mysuru organized a technical talk on open source software on 27th August 2016. Resource person was Mr. karhik Rao , open source software developer at Minio.Inc, palo alto, California.

Mr Karthik Rao is the founding member of   caddy project world’s first open source automatic HTTPS. He was the part of free software movement from past 7 years.

Mr Karthik Rao delivering his speech in the auditorium

Three days workshop on “Carrier Development-Finding and getting Right jobs”

Department of Computer Science and Engineering, ATME college of Engineering (ATMECE), Mysuru organized Three days workshop on “Carrier Development-Finding and getting Right jobs” for VI-semester students from 31st March to 2nd April 2017. The workshop was conducted by IQUEST,Mysuru. The resource persons are Dr Latha Satish ,Ph.D., in Psychology, Ajay Vishwanath, Certified Career Coach, Raghunandan, Astute Professional, Dhiraj A Rao, Training & Development  Specialized in  Aptitude Skills, Communication Skills , Motivation & Leadership, Software Testing & Engineering, KS Manjunatha, IQUEST. The workshop was coordinated by Mrs Sneha N P, Asst Prof, ATMECE.

Three days workshop on “Basics of Object Oriented Programming Concepts using C++”

Department of Computer Science and Engineering, ATME college of Engineering (ATMECE), Mysuru organized Three days workshop on “Basics of Object Oriented Programming Concepts using C++” for IV semester students from 31st March to 2nd April 2017. Resource persons are Keerthana M M, Asst. Prof, Ajay kumar B R, Asst. Prof, Sneha C R, Asst. Prof, Kiran B, Asst. Prof, Anil Kumar B H, Asst. Prof, Sharath H A. The workshop was coordinated by Mrs Sneha N P, Asst Prof, ATMECE.

One day Technical Talk on “Carrier Placement and Training”

Department of Computer Science and Engineering, ATME college of Engineering (ATMECE), Mysuru organized a Technical Talk on “Carrier Placement and Training” conducted by K S Manjunatha  IQuest, Mysuru on 29th  August  2017 for V and VII semester students. The event was coordinated by Mrs Sneha N P, Asst Prof,ATMECE.

Three days workshop on “Android App Development”

Department of Computer Science and Engineering, ATME college of Engineering (ATMECE), Mysuru organized a Three days workshop on “Android App Development “from 25th September 2017 to 27th September 2017 for VII semester students. The resource person was Mr. ShamughaPriyan, Founder & CEO, Bengaluru on to Technologies. The workshop was coordinated by Mrs Sneha N P, Asst Prof, ATMECE.

One day Technical Talk on “Data Mining and its Research avenues”

Department of Computer Science and Engineering, ATME college of Engineering (ATMECE), Mysuru organized a Technical Talk on “Data Mining and its Research avenues” conducted by Dr. Harish B S, Associate Professor, SJCE, Mysuru on 23rd October 2017 for V and VII semester students.

Android App Development

The Computer Science and Engineering Department organized two-day workshop on “Android App Development” for 5thsem students at ATME College of Engineering, Mysuru on 6th& 7th Nov 2019. The resource person was Pradhyumna, CEO,ATEUsoftwaresMysuru.

InfyTQ

Training and Placement Cell conducted a Talk on “InfyTQ” to 6 sem students on Feb 13th2020.Training was delivered by Mr Deepak M V S, Asst. Prof.Dept of Mechanical Engineering, TPO, ATMECE Mysuru.

Interview Skills Training

Department of Computer Science and Engineering organized a one day Technical Talk on “Interview Skills Training” on Feb 18th2020 for 6th and 8th semstudents.The resource person was NithinNeelakanta Rao, Training Consultant, Outstanding 20,Mysuru.

Cisco Centre of Excellence for Advanced Networking

The Department of Computer Sciences Engineering had signed MoU with CISCO Systems, Bangalore on 21-01-2018. The CISCO centre of excellence on Advanced Networking available in the department provides world class networking infrastructure. The faculty members have been constantly trained by CISCO Networking Academy, to offer the latest industry relevant networking curriculum. The Department is offering the certification course CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) to the students since 2018.

The course provides practical hands-on experience to the students on networking concepts during the 110 hours of the course. Faculty In charge are Anil Kumar B H, Kiran Kumar B, Prakruthi S. Number of students registered for the CCNA module-1 training in the year 2017-2018 is 96 members and have secured the certificate for module-1.Session was conducted for 4 weeks on July 2018.

 

Start Ups and Legal Compliances

Guest Lecture on “Startups and Legal Compliances” by Manjunath S Practicing company Secretary on 20-8-18 for 5th sem students.

Industrial Visit to “Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)”

A one-day Industrial visit to Indian space Research Organization (ISRO), Bengaluru was organized by Department of Computer Science & Engineering, ATME College of Engineering, Mysuru on 10th August 2018 for 5th Semester students. It was a half day visit by 48 students of 5th semester along with 3 faculty members, Mrs. Sowmya Shree P, Mrs. Nasreen Fathima and Mr. Shrinivasa G, Asst. professors, Dept. of CS&E, ATME College of Engineering.

Industrial Visit to Central Food Technological Research Institute”

A One day Industrial Visit was organized by the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, ATME College of Engineering, Mysuru for 7th semester students to “Central Food Technological Research Institute”, Mysuru on 20th August 2018. There were 30 students and accompanied by two faculties, Mrs. Sowmya Shree P and Mr. Shrinivasa G, Assistant Professors, Dept. of CS&E, ATME College of Engineering, Mysuru.

 

 

i-Cloud Turning Point -ICT

Department of Computer Science and Engineering of ATME College of Engineering, Mysuru organized a technical talk on “I-Cloud Turning Point –ICT”, This tool which is used to conduct multiple polling system for multiple choice questions, Test was conducted for Entrepreneurial -Quiz.

This is a turning point ICloud software were power point is used to create multiple choice questions, This software is connected to the dongle which looks like a pen drive is connected to the system ,This receives the answers given by the students and the students answer using the response card.

 

 

 

The questions are controlled in the power point using the Presenter card used by the tutor. The more features provided by the software is the Complete report of the questions, Complete Report of attendance, Report of Comparison, Report of the Result details, and Individual Report. It was co-ordinated by Mohanesh on 28 Aug 2018 for 5th sem students.

 

 

 

 

Industrial Visit to “Infosys Limited”

A One-day Industrial Visit was organized by the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, ATME College of Engineering, Mysuru for 7th semester students to “Infosys Limited”, Mysuru Campus on 15th September 2018. There were 70 students and accompanied by three faculties, Mrs. Sowmya Shree P, Mr. Shrinivasa G and Mr. Ranganath K, Assistant Professors,Dept. of CS&E ATME College of Engineering, Mysuru.

“Latest Trends and Technologies, New Age Talents”

Department of Computer Science and Engineering of ATME College of Engineering, Mysuru organized a technical talk on “Latest Trends and Technologies, New Age Talents “for III, V and VI semester students of CSE on 6th October 2018 under the Computer Society of India Student Branch.

  • The resource person was Raghavendra Udupa, Delivery Manager, Infosys, Mysuru.
  • It was coordinated by Sneha N P and Shruthi P, Assistant Professors.

“Cyber Security and Block Chain Technology”

Department of Computer Science and Engineering of ATME College of Engineering, Mysuru organized a technical talk on “Cyber Security and block chain technology”.

The resource person was Karthik Ganapathi, Managing Director, VSG Software solutions, Mysuru, on 23rd October 2018 for 5th and 7th sem students.

“Artificial Intelligence”

Department of Computer Science and Engineering of ATME College of Engineering, Mysuru organized a technical talk on “Artificial Intelligence” by Shalu Tomar, Senior System Engineer, Siemens, Bangalore, on 12 Nov 2018. For 3rd and 5th Semester under Alumni Association.

It was co-ordinated by Shruthi P, Assistant Professor, Dept. of CS&E, ATMECE.

“Release of CSI Newsletter”

Department of Computer Science and Engineering of ATME College of Engineering, Released CSI Newsletter “Tech Bits”, Volume 3, Issue 1 and Organized Intra College “Quiz Competitipon” Under CSI. Coordinated by Mrs Sneha N P, and Ms Shruthi P, Assistant Professor, CSE, ATMECE, Mysuru.

Three days Zonal Level Workshop on Internet of Things”

Three days Zonal Level Workshop on Internet of Things was conducted in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at ATME College of Engineering, Mysuru on 17 Jan 2019 to 19 Jan 2019. The Workshop was inaugurated by Dr. Basavaraj L, Principal, ATME with other dignitaries.The event was attended by 8th Semester students of the department and was conducted by Mr. Anshul Verma from GeeksLab Technologies in association with IIT Delhi.

As part of this event fundamental concept of Internet of Things, sensor reading and connecting the Arduino to the Internet, wireless interfaces and controlling things with Android phones, managing sensor data from the Arduino were taught.

 

WORKSHOP ON CRYPTOGRAPHY AND NETWORK SECURITY

A one-day workshop on Cryptography and Network Security was conducted in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at ATME College of Engineering, Mysuru on 7th Mar 2019. The event was attended by 6th Semester students of the department and was conducted by Mr. Karthik from VSG Software solutions, Mysuru.

The event was convened by Dr. Manjunath S S, Head Department of CSE and coordinated by Mr. Mohanesh B M and Mr. Shrinivasa G, Assistant Professors in the Department. During the Workshop students learnt how to prevent malicious third parties from retrieving information being shared between two entities thereby following the various aspects of information security and about Data security in the hands-on sessions.

 

GUEST LECTURE ON “CAREER GUIDANCE”

A one-day guest Lecture was given by the Vani Institute regarding the “career guidance”, on March 29th for 6 sem students. Topics of discussion were on GATE, ESE, PSUS and Higher Education. They give training for the students to pursue the higher education. They have many branches in India in 7 states.

About the Institute – Vani Institute is one of the leading coaching institutes committed to provide premium quality education to the students who are willing to appear in any competitive exams since 1991.

They prepare the students for GATE, ESE, PSU and various other exams. Headquartered in Hyderabad, they have branches in Bangalore, Pune, Chennai, Kochi, Kolkata and Bhubaneswar, etc.

CODE RELAY

The Computer Science and Engineering Department under Computer Society of India Division-1 and Computer Society of India Student Branch had organized a Intra Collegiate coding competition called “Code Relay” on 5th April 2019, where many of the students from pre-final year and second year showed much of their interest in the event for the year 2018-19 .

WORKSHOP ON NETWORK SECURITY

A one-day workshop on Network Security Hands on Session was conducted in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at ATME College of Engineering, Mysuru on 24th April 2019. The event was attended by 6th Semester students of the department and was conducted by Mr. Karthik from VSG Software solutions, Mysuru. The event was convened by Dr. Manjunath S S, Head Department of CSE and coordinated by Mr. Mohanesh B M and Mr Shrinivasa G, Assistant Professor in the Department of CSE.

As a part of this event fundamental concept of Network Security Hands on Session, the aim of the workshop is to understand how various attacks on software, system, and network work, what their fundamental causes are, how to defend against them, and how various defense mechanisms work.

During the Workshop students learnt how to prevent attacks on software, system, and network work, what their fundamental causes are, how to defend against them, and how various defense mechanisms work in the hands-on sessions.

 

TECHNOVANZA

The Computer Science and Engineering Department under Computer Society of India Division-1 and Computer Society of India Student Branch had organized a Intra Collegiate event called ‘Technovanza’ on 11th May 2019 where many of the students from pre-final year and second year showed much of their interest in the event. The Newsletter Tech Bits Volume 3, Issue 2 for the year 2018-19 was released on this day.

The Code relay winners are seen receiving the cash prize from Dr. Manjunath S S, HOD, Dr. Puttegowda D and Mrs. Sneha N P, Student Branch counsellor.

  1st Place – Sanjay and team                      2nd Place – Syed Asif and team

3rd Place – Darshini and team

Cisco Training

Department of Computer Science and Engineering organized Internship training to 7 sem students from 10 July to 26 July 2019.

Trained by Anil Kumar B H, Kiran B, Prakruthi S, Assistant Professor. They trained and explained on network technologies. Explain how devices access local and remote network resources. Describe router hardware. Explain how switching operates in a small to medium-sized business network. Design an IP addressing scheme to provide network connectivity for a small to medium- sized business network. Configure initial settings on a network device. Implement basic network connectivity between devices and Configure monitoring tools available for small to medium-sized business networks. Packet Tracer exam, chapter exam and skill test were conducted.

In-house workshop on “Basics of Object-Oriented Programming using C

Department of computer science and engineering organized a one day or 3 days in-house workshop on “Basics of object-oriented programming using C++” every year for the second-year students to achieve the following objectives:

Workshop Objective:

  1. For students, this program presents an opportunity to gain knowledge and experience from the best faculty trainers and help them acquire industry ready skills that  will enhance their job prospects and give them the edge in their career.
  2. This program is designed as per the VTU requirements /syllabus as a blended learning program supported by faculty trainers.
  3. This Program is aimed at offering a Skill-Building program to students that aligns with industry requirements.

 

Workshop Context:

Introduction to c, Difference between c and c++,Characteristics of c++, C++ Fundamentals, Structure of  c++ program, Data Types in C++,Classes and objects: This keyword / This pointer, Constructors and Destructors ,Static keyword – data and functions, Inline Functions, Function overloading, Operator overloading, Inheritance, Friend functions, Function overriding, Access modifiers – public , private and protected, Exception handling in C++ – try , catch, throw keywords, Polymorphism, Virtual functions, Abstract functions ,Generic functions

Workshop Methodology: 

Interactive action learning methodology included in the worshop:

  • Presentation
  • Quiz
  • Test, Exercises
  • Individual feedbacks
  • MS Power Point for their presentation and discussion throughout the workshop.

Support required to conduct the workshop:

  • Class Room, Projector.
  • Neck Mike for the trainer and portable mike for the students.

Resource Person:

  1. Mr. Anil Kumar B H, Asst. Prof, Dept. of CSE, ATMECE, Mysuru.
  1. Shruthi P, Asst. Prof, Dept. of CSE, ATMECE, Mysuru.

Workshop Outcome:

1. At the end of the program the students will be able to gather an understanding of the following:

a. Differentiate between object oriented programming and procedure oriented programming.

b. Develop the skills of designing and developing C++ programs using OOP features.

c. Disseminate the importance of Object oriented programming

d. Define and Describe Classes, objects, constructors, destructors, inheritance, operator overloading, and Polymorphism, Template and exception handling.

2. Program ensures experimental Learning

 

Workshop on “Mobile App Development and Testing”

Department of computer science and engineering organized a one day or 3 days in-house workshop on “ Mobile App Development and Testing ” for the final year students to achieve the following objectives:

Workshop Objectives:

  1. To provide an opportunity to students to understand the aspects of mobile programming that make it unique from programming for other platforms and introduction to application development for Android technology.
  2. To make students, learn to setup Android application development environment.
  3. Make students gain knowledge on mobile app testing types.
  4. Learn and develop about mobile testing framework.

 

Workshop Content & Schedule:

Day-1

Mobile App Testing Types

  • Application Testing
  • UI Testing
  • Interruption Testing
  • Memory Testing
  • Connectivity Testing
  • Usability testing
  • Localization & Globalization
  • Web Service Testing

Hands on (Day -1) – Mobile App testing on sample devices.

Day -2

  • Mobile Testing Framework
    • Frame work Overview
    • Android Framework
    • iOS Framework
  • Java Basics needed for Appium
  • Appium Introduction
    • Features
    • Internals Architecture
  • Appium Installation windows

Hands on (Day-2) – Framework

Day-3

  • First Appium Program
  • Automating various Gestures
    • Tap
    • Swipe
    • Scroll
    • Key Events

Hands on (Day-3) –Automating Android App using Appium

Workshop Methodology: 

 

Interactive action learning methodology included in the workshop:

  • Presentation
  • Test, Exercises
  • Individual feedbacks
  • MS Power Point for their presentation and discussion throughout the workshop.

Support required to conduct the workshop:

  • Class Room, Projector.
  • Neck Mike for the trainer and portable mike for the students.
  • Laptop/desktop with internet connection
  • Appium Package
  • PyCharm IDE
  • Sublime Text Editor
  • JDK Software

Resource Person:

Mr. Uday Sheshadri, Software Quality Engineer, McAfee ,India

Venue:

Room No.401, Networks Lab, Admin Block, ATME Campus, Mysore

Workshop Date & Time:

23rd February – 25th February 2018 9.30 am to 4.30 pm

Workshop Outcome:

1. At the end of the program the students will be able to gather an understanding of the following:

a. Create, test and debug Android application by setting up Android development environment.

b. Obtained practical knowledge on different Mobile Testing Framework Frame like Android Framework and iOS Framework.

c. Demonstrate the development of Automating Android App using Appium.

2. Program ensures experimental Learning

 

Workshop on “Mobile App Development”

Department of computer science and engineering organized three days in-house workshop on “ Mobile App Development ” for the final year students to achieve the following objectives:

 

Workshop Objectives:

  1. For students, this program presents an opportunity to gain knowledge and experience on Types of Mobile Apps, Android Introduction, Android Architecture & Framework, Setting up development environment, Knowing development environment.
  2. Students can practically work on Kotlin on Android, Sample Mobile App and Project Structure.
  3. Students can obtain proficiency on Intent, Practical – Intent, Broadcast Receiver, User Interface Content Provider, Practical – Broadcast Receiver, Practical – User Interface, Practical – Content Provider ,Manifest File Setting, Overview Services Action Bar & Menu and Google Map Implementation

Resource Person:

Mr. Shanmuga Priya, Founder & CEO, ONTO Technologies, Bangalore.

Venue:

Room No.401, Networks Lab, Admin Block, ATME Campus, Mysore

Workshop Date & Time:

25th September – 27th September 2017 9.30 am to 4.30 pm

Workshop Outcome:

At the end of the program the students will be able to gather an understanding of the following:

d. Create, test and debug Android application by setting up Android development environment.

e. Obtained practical knowledge on developing sample mobile app and implementing Google map.

f. Implement the development of User Interface for the apps developed.

4. Program ensures experimental Learning

 

Technical talk on “Data Mining and its Research Avenues”

The Department of Computer Science & Engineering, ATME College of Engineering, Mysuru had organized a Technical Talk on “Data Mining and its Research Avenues” on 23rd October 2017

Dr. B S Harish, Associate Professor, Department of ISE, JSS Science & Technology University, Mysore. was the resource person of the Technical Presentation..Dr.PutteGowda D, Head of the Department, Computer Science &  Engineering, ATMECE, has welcomed the guests.

The following are lines of his lecture:

Data mining, also called knowledge discovery in databases, in computer science, the process of discovering interesting and useful patterns and relationships in large volumes of data. The field combines tools from statistics and artificial intelligence (such as neural networksand machine learning) with database management to analyze large digital collections, known as data sets. Data mining is widely used in business, science research and government security.

The complete data-mining process involves multiple steps, from understanding the goals of a project and what data are available to implementing process changes based on the final analysis. The three key computational steps are the model-learning process, model evaluation, and use of the model. This division is clearest with classification of data. Model learning occurs when one algorithm is applied to data about which the group (or class) attribute is known in order to produce a classifier, or an algorithm learned from the data. The classifier is then tested with an independent evaluation set that contains data with known attributes. The extent to which the model’s classifications agree with the known class for the target attribute can then be used to determine the expected accuracy of the model. If the model is sufficiently accurate, it can be used to classify data for which the target attribute is unknown.

THREE DAYS WORKSHOP ON “CAREER DEVELOPMENT”

Department of Computer Science & Engineering, ATME College of Engineering, Mysore, organized athree day’s workshop on “Career Development-Finding & Getting Right Jobs” from31st March to 01 April 2017 for 6th semester students of CSE. The workshop was inaugurated by the chief guest Dr. L. Basavaraj, Principalby lighting the lamp.In his address he briefed about career development. He also explained about the importance of such training programswhich intern helps to get dream jobs.Students should come forward to participate in various workshops organized by the college. He advised students to take advantage of the workshop to succeed in the life.

 

 

Prof. M. S. Veerendra Kumar, Head, Department of Computer Science & Engineering proposed presidentialaddress.In his speech, briefed about the industry expectations in the recruitment process.Academic In charge Dr. Puttegowda D advised students to utilize the facilities such as department library which helps them to prepare for competitive examinations. Also suggested the students to take active participation in the workshop, interact with resource person to gain the complete knowledge.

The workshop was conducted in collaboration withIQuest, who have developed the unique framework to train and prepare young engineering students to be ready for Corporate Job.

Workshop Objectives:

The objective of this workshop is to work with the students on their thinking pattern by empowering their minds to open up for possibilities and thereby removing their negative thinking or self-doubt completely.  With this intervention, students will be able to think clearly on their career aspiration and take right actions to become “Corporate Ready Professional” in their chosen field of profession.

Invocation song was presented by Ms. Ranjana M, Ms. Preethi B R. Ms. Varalakshmi N, warmly welcomes the gathering and Ms. Supritha. K. B briefed the profile of the resource person. Program was hosted by Ms. Sayima Afra. Ms. Bhavya H proposed vote of thanks.

 

Day1: The session started with Pre Course Assessment Test (P-CAT) which includes questionnaire, analysis and feedback. Discussion was held on the Graduate Employability Ecosystem and Action Plan to improve. Psychometric test and Myser-Briggs Type Indicator Instrument (MTBI) Personality Test was also held.

Day2: The session started with a company specific Basic Aptitude, Group Discussion and Mock Interviews.

Day3: The session started with Basic Training on Software Engineering Processes and tools, Software Testing overview, Career opportunity, Career Growth, Confidence Building Exercise and Guidance to build effective resume. The session also includes evaluation & feedback, Action plan to upgrade performance, Tips to improve for clear career path.

Workshop of interactive action learning methodology includes: Presentation, Quiz, Case studies, Test, Exercises, Micro Labs, Group Discussion, Individual feedbacks, Individual Coaching Plans and Follow-up sessions.

 

THREE DAYS WORKSHOP ON “BASICS OF OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING USING C++”

Department of Computer Science & Engineering, ATME College of Engineering, Mysore,organized athree day’s workshop on “Basics of Object Oriented Programming using C++” from 31st March to 2nd April 2017 for 4th semester students of CSE. The workshop was inaugurated by the chief guest Dr. L. Basavaraj, Principalby lighting the lamp.In his address he briefed about Object Oriented Programming using C++ importance & its areas of applications. He also explained about the importance of such training programs which in turn helps to get dream jobs.Students should come forward to participate in various workshops organized by the college. He advised students to take advantage of the workshop to succeed in the life.

Prof. M. S. Veerendra Kumar, Head, Department of Computer Science & Engineering proposed presidentialaddress.In his speech, briefed about the industry expectations in the recruitment process.Academic In charge Dr. Puttegowda D advised students to utilize the facilities such as department library which helps them to prepare for competitive examinations. Also suggested the students to take active participation in the workshop, interact with resource person to gain the complete knowledge.

The objective of this event is to enable the students of computer science and engineering to differentiate between object oriented programming and procedure oriented programming, to develop the skills of designing and developing C++ programs using OOP features, Disseminate the importance of OOP, to define and describe the classes, object, constructors, destructors, inheritance, operator overloading and polymorphism, Template and exception handling.

Day1: The session started with Fundamentals, Characteristics, Structure, Data types, classes and Objects of C & C++ programming. The session also included training on constructors, destructors, static keyword and Inline functions.

Day2: The session started with training on function. Operator overloading, Inheritance, Functions, Function overriding, Access modifiers and Exception handling in C++.

Day3: The session started with training on Polymorphism, Virtual functions, Abstract functions and Generic functions.

 

THREE DAYS WORKSHOP ON “BASICS OF C & C++”

Department of Computer Science & Engineering, ATME College of Engineering, Mysore,organized athree day’s workshop on “Basics of C & C++” from 20th October to 22nd October 2016 for 5th semester students of CSE. The workshop was inaugurated by the chief guest Dr. L. Basavaraj, Principalby lighting the lamp.In his address he briefed about the C and C++ importance & its areas of applications. He also explained about the importance of such training programswhich intern helps to get dream jobs.Students should come forward to participate in various workshops organized by the college. He advised students to take advantage of the workshop to succeed in the life.

 

 

Prof. M. S. Veerendra Kumar, Head, Department of Computer Science & Engineering proposed presidentialaddress.In his speech, briefed about the industry expectations in the recruitment process.Academic In charge Dr. Puttegowda D advised students to utilize the facilities such as department library which helps them to prepare for competitive examinations. Also suggested the students to take active participation in the workshop, interact with resource person to gain the complete knowledge. Mr.Putte Gowda D, Academic Incharge, Dept of CSE and staff members of the department were also present in this occasion.

The objective of this event was to enable the students of computer science and engineering with the concepts of C and C++ programming using audio-video demonstration and practical experimentations.

The main objective of the workshop was to support students to acquire a command on state-of-the-art Object Oriented Programming paradigm which will be helpful for their placement activities.

Around 80 students and faculty members attended the workshop.

Invocation song was presented by Ms. Deepa Lakshmi B R,. Ms. Harshitha H S, warmly welcomed the gathering and Ms. Jeevitha briefed the profile of the resource person.Program was hosted by Ms. Keerthana M M Asst. Prof, Dept of CSE. Ms. Shruthi P Asst. Prof, Dept of CSE proposed vote of thanks.

 

Day1: The session started with basic introduction about C Programming and the relatedpowerful features, simple syntax, and portability make C language a preferred language among programmers, for business and industrial applications. As we know C language is widely used in the development of Operating Systems

Day2: The session started with the discussion on the aspects of the type system and the semantics of C/C++, present approaches for the verification of C or C++ programs, demonstrate tools and report about (ongoing) verification projects.

Some of the workshop topic includesformal semantics of parts or aspects of C/C++, formal approaches to compiler or platform specific properties of C/C++, formal approaches for safety-critical C/C++ code, semantically treatment and verification of embedded assembly code for direct hardware access.

Day3: The session started with the verification of C/C++ code and verification results, tools for the semantic analysis of C/C++ code, tools for the verification of C/C++ and case studies of C/C++ verification.

Around 80 students and faculty members attended the workshop.

 

THREE DAYS WORKSHOP ON “ANDROID APP DEVELOPMENT”

Department of Computer Science & Engineering, ATME College of Engineering, Mysore, organized three day’s workshops on “Basics of Android App Development” from 30th August to 1st September 2016 for 7th semester students of CSE. The workshop was inaugurated by the chief guest Dr. Basavaraj L, Principal by lighting the lamp. In his address he briefed about the Android App development importance & its areas of applications. He also explained about the importance of such training programs which intern helps to get dream jobs. Students should come forward to participate in various workshops organized by the college. He advised students to take advantage of the workshop to succeed in the life.

 

Prof. M. S. Veerendra Kumar, Head, Department of Computer Science & Engineering proposed presidential address. In his speech, briefed about the industry expectations in the recruitment process. Academic incharge Dr. Puttegowda D advised students to utilize the facilities such as department library which helps them to prepare for competitive examinations. Also suggested the students to take active participation in the workshop, interact with resource person to gain the complete knowledge.

Invocation song was presented by MsSpoorthi J Welcome speech was given by Ms. Sara Fiza and Ms. Shivani briefed the profile of the resource person. Program was hosted by Ms. Shabiha Akhthar. Ms. Supritha proposed vote of thanks.

 

Day1: The session started with basic introduction about ANDROID and the related software necessary for the development of the applications using Android as the basic platform. The workshop was segregated into theoretical and a practical one. According to the monitoring team the first half of the session consisted of basic study of the theoretical elements required for the development of application development.

The session 2 was mainly focused on the software installation (ECLIPSE) and instructions were given by the monitoring team on how to use the tools provided in the software.

Day2:The session started with the interaction of the speakers with the participants. Then later a hand on session regarding the application was given.

The session 2 started after the lunch break which was the practical one. This is the last session and the participants were taught regarding the coding required to create the application on Android Platform.

Day3: The session started with app developed by the students

The first app developed by students is to display a simple message. From this they are familiar with how to create an app, and run the app.

The second app developed by students is to display the contents in the text box as simple text. From this, they learnt how to use the components in the app development and also learnt to code for that app. The third app developed by the student is simple addition calculation. The fourth app developed by student is simple calculator. From this they are very well trained with how to use android software for application development and writing code for the application.

Around 50 students and faculty members attended the workshop.

 

Technical talk on “Digital Transformation in IT Industry”

The Department of Computer Science & Engineering, ATME College of Engineering, Mysuru had organized a Technical Talk on “Digital Transformation in IT Industry” on 15-03-2017.

Mr.Adarsh K.H , Centre Head NIIT & IFBI, Mysore was the resource person of the Technical Presentation. Mr. Veerendra Kumar, Head of the Department, Computer Science & Engineering, ATMECE, has welcomed the guests.

The following are lines of his lecture:

 

 

“Digital transformation is the process of shifting from traditional approach to new ways of working and thinking using digital, social, mobile and emerging technologies.

Digital Transformation in enterprises is primarily about engaging with consumers using powerful digital services. This is now a consumer game where agility, ease of use, responsiveness, simplicity, and the key elements of design thinking are critical success factors.

Digital Transformations cut across customer experience, operation efficiency and the business model itself.

Today, Digitally Transformed organizations are 26% more profitable than other competitor industries*. All IT organizations now realize how transformative digital transformation initiatives are not just meant for their clients but for themselves as well.

Global spending on digital transformation technologies is expected to cross $2.1 Billion by 2019**. Thus, Indian & Global IT companies are investing heavily in building digital transformation skills to enable their clients transform digitally.

However, 77% of companies considered lack of digital skills as the key hurdle to their digital transformation.*

Most Sought IT Skills in Digital Transformation

As organizations are building talent pool, the most-sought after skill sets include:

  • Product engineering
  • Business Analytics
  • Cloud Technology and Architecture
  • Mobile Apps
  • Internet of Things
  • Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence

Entry-level and experienced workforce on the above technologies are attracting 50% – 60% more salaries than run-off-the-mill IT Professionals. In times to come, the best of the IT jobs would be based around digital transformation.

 

Technical talk on “Opensource Software’s”

The Department of Computer Science & Engineering, ATME College of Engineering, Mysuru had organized a Technical Talk on “OpenSource Softwares” on 27/08/2016.

Prof. M S Veerendra Kumar, HOD, Dept of CSE and other Faculties were present in the talk.  Mr.Karthik in his presentation emphasized on the meaning of open source. Differentiated between the open source software and other types of software. He highlighted on how open source software can be used in the day to day work. He also encouraged students to take up the development of open source software and also briefed about how to start with the open source coding. Ms.Kavya A K of VII sem CSE rendered the vote of thanks.

 

Technical talk on “Web Development Technologies”

The Department of Computer Science & Engineering, ATME College of Engineering, Mysuru has organized a Technical Talk on “Web Development Technologies” on 18-09-2016.

Mr. Adarsh Rajput from M/s Geeklabs, New Delhi explained with the presentations the advantages and working of WEB DEVELOPMENT, by giving real time situations.  Besides VI semester computer science Students from other semesters and faculty members are also participating in the workshop.

Ms. Jayavenkatalakshmi rendered invocation, and Ms. Fariya Fazal proposed welcome and Ms. Shilpa B proposed the vote of thanks.

 

Technical talk on “Innovations for Tomorrow”

The Department of Computer Science & Engineering, ATME College of Engineering, Mysuru has organized a Technical Talk on “Cloud Computing” on 04-003-2016.

Prof. Nitin V Pujari and their team members explained with the presentations the advantages and working of cloud computing technology, by giving real time situations.

Prof. M S Veerendrakumar, HOD, Dept of CSE   stressed on the need of latest technologies for the students in this current era. Prof.Pujari in his talk, briefed about cloud computing as “Cloud computing is the delivery of computing services—servers, storage, databases, networking, software, analytics and more—over the Internet (“the cloud”)”. Companies offering these computing services are called cloud providers and typically charge for cloud computing services based on usage, similar to the way we are billed for water or electricity at home.

He gave an idea to the students where cloud computing is being used in simple terms, example Create new apps and services, Store, back up and recover data, Host websites and blogs, Stream audio and video, deliver software on demand, analyse data for patterns and make predictions And also spoke about top benefits of cloud computing, Types of cloud services: IaaS, PaaS, SaaS Types of cloud deployments: public, private, hybrid. There are three different ways to deploy cloud computing resources: public cloud, private cloud and hybrid cloud. He concluded the talk with informing the students to work and explore on cloud computing. Ms. Fariya Fazal proposed welcome speech and Ms. Shilpa B proposed the vote of thanks.

TWO DAYS WORKSHOP ON “NNSC”  

Department of Computer Science & Engineering, ATME College of Engineering, Mysore, organized two days workshop on “Network Security” in partnership with E-Cell IIT Kanpur on 11th, 12th April 2016. Dr. L. Basavaraj, Principal was the chief guest and inaugurated the program by lighting the lamp. Prof. M. S. Veerendra Kumar, Head, Department of Computer Science & Engineering proposed presidential addressMr. Pratap Chandra Jantua, Network design and Support Engineer, Network Bulls private limited was the resource person.Mr.Putte Gowda D, Academic In-charge, Dept. of CSE, Mr. Anil Kumar. C. J, Associate Professor and Mrs. Sunitha Patel M S, Asst. Prof. workshop Coordinators and other Staff members were present in the event.

Dr. L. Basavaraj, chief guest for the workshop briefed about the importance of workshops and advised the students to take maximum advantages of the workshop. He also explained about the importance of CCNA certification for the CSE students to take up networking as a profession.

Prof. M. S. Veerendra Kumar, HOD, CSE in his presidential speech mentioned the necessity of workshops on the latest technologies in the knowledge era. He also informed the students about networking concepts and the roles of a network engineer in different software industries. He mentioned one can take up job as courses like Security analyst, Information & network security manager, Security Engineer, Security assessment Manager and System security engineer.

Mr. Pratap Chandra Jantua, resource person, explained in detail about basic knowledge and network working principles with security. He also briefed about providing security in real time applications. Further he quoted on different address scheme available for secure transmission of data across the devices.

This 2-Day workshop covered all essential topics that student required to understand to build a small network. At the end this workshop students are able to understand the basics of internetworking, securing networks with different passwords. Routing, switching security fundamentals, how to setup physical connectivity of routers and switches and data flow in a network.

Around 100 students of CSE dept., Students from other local colleges and faculty members of CSE department attended the workshop. In the workshop certificates were distributed to all the participants.

Invocation song was presented by Ms. Pooja M S and Poornima V R of VI semester, Ms. Shabiha Akthar of VI semester warmly welcomed the gathering and Mr. Srikanth S briefed the profile of the resource person. Ms. Pallavi Chavan proposed the vote of thanks.

 

TWO DAYS WORKSHOP ON “CLOUD COMPUTING”

Department of Computer Science & Engineering, ATME College of Engineering, Mysore, organized a two-day workshop on “Cloud Computing” in association with IIT Kanpur & NNSC on 07th & 08th October 2015.  The workshop was inaugurated by the chief guest Dr. L. Basavaraj, Principal by lighting the lamp. In his address he briefed about the cloud computation importance & its areas of applications. He also explained about the importance of such training programs which intern helps to get dream jobs. Students should come forward to participate in various workshops organized by the college. He advised students to take advantage of the workshop to succeed in the life.

 

Prof. M. S. Veerendra Kumar, Head, Department of Computer Science & Engineering proposed presidential addressIn his speech, briefed about the industry expectations in the recruitment process. He advised students to utilize the facilities such as department library which helps them to prepare for competitive examinations. Also suggested the students to take active participation in the workshop, interact with resource person to gain the complete knowledge.

 

 The session started with introduction to MAC addresses, Mr. Mayank Sharma, is the resource person described network and Internet features and explained how h social websites like Facebook, WhatsApp are hacked. He further described the differences between IP address to MAC address, to create fake MAC address, also he explained virtualization concept with VM-Ware architecture.

In the afternoon session he briefed about the cloud computing an alternative to hardware and software with its applications. Various cloud services like SaaS, PaaS, IaaS and its importance in the cloud environment is taken for discussion. Major advantages of clouds like security, availability, reliability, recovery of data is also covered.

 Mr. Anil Kumar. C. J, Associate professor, CSE dept. and Mr. Manjunatha Swamy C, Asst. Prof. CSE Dept., staff coordinators and Mr. Samarth S J and Mr. Ravi Kiran P student coordinators for the workshop were present.

Around 80 students from various colleges and faculty members attended the workshop.

Invocation song was presented by Ms. Ranjana M, Ms. Preethi B R. Ms. Varalakshmi N, warmly welcomes the gathering and Ms. Supritha. K. B briefed the profile of the resource person. Program was hosted by Ms. Sayima Afra. Ms. Bhavya H proposed vote of thanks.

 

ONE DAY WORKSHOP ON LATEX

Department of Computer Science & Engineering, ATME College of Engineering, Mysore, organized one day workshop on “LATEX” on 17th March 2016. Dr. L. Basavaraj, Principal was the chief guest and inaugurated the program by lighting the lamp. Prof. M. S. Veerendra Kumar, Head, Department of Computer Science & Engineering proposed presidential addressMr. Yathisha L, Asst.prof, ECE Dept. was the resource person. Mr. Anil Kumar. C. J, Associate professor, CSE dept. was the coordinator of the workshop

Dr. L. Basavaraj, chief guest for the workshop briefed about the LATEX importance & its areas of applications. He also explained about the importance of professional bodies membership like IEEE membership and its advantages while doing the PG courses in India or at reputed universities abroad. The dynamicity of LATEX tool which does correction automatically when user  add or delete anything from the document. Now a day’s LATEX tool is mandatory for technical report/document printing and advised students to take advantage of the workshop.

Prof. M. S. Veerendra Kumar, HOD, CSE in hid presidential speech mentioned the difficulties existed in early days in document preparation and any editing is done by using shortcut keys on the keyboard. He also informed the students to become members of professional bodies, participate in conferences and workshops and to present technical papers.

Mr. Yathisha. L, resource person, explained in detail about the LATEX usage, syntax of the document with many examples. He described how to markup a document by using different set of templates available in LATEX.  Further he quoted on how different mathematical equations can be used in more simple and effective manner. Later hands-on session was arranged in the afternoon for the students. Around 50 students of CSE dept. and faculty members attended the workshop.

Invocation song was presented by Ms. Gaganashree S & Ms. Radhika S. Ms. Namratha M. R. warmly welcomes the gathering and Ms. Shusma. P briefed the profile of the resource person. Mr. Sunil Kumar. B. R, proposed vote of thanks.