“Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow.”
For the students to grow and learn new skills or hone the old ones Chitkara ACM Student Chapter in collaboration with Department of Computer Science and Engineering successfully organised ACM Bootcamp from 28th June 2021 to 3rd July 2021.
The Bootcamp offered the students to choose from four given choices that were UI/UX, Web Dev, Android dev and Graphics. The students were provided with great resources and also given mini tasks and projects to give a better grip on the subject. The Bootcamp was a really great success with over 70% attendance and very positive feedback, there were also future suggestion for the topics from the attendants. Random quizes were also arranged during the sessions.It is small and new steps like these which helps one to learn and grow.
Hands-on workshop on IOT
“We need to get smarter about hardware and software innovation in order to get the most value from the emerging IOT.”
To enlighten the students about the upcoming technology and automation Chitkara ACM Student Chapter in association with department of Computer Science and engineering organized a Hands-On Workshop for CSE 1st and 2nd Year students on “Internet On Things” for the aspiring engineers from 21st June, 2021 to 30th June, 2021.
The workshop was conducted by Mr. Kartik Bhardwaj for 30 hours, from which 15hours were teaching and 15 hours were practice session. The session was conducted regularly from 1:30p.m. to 3:30p.m. on the online platform zoom. There were maximum of 155 people who attending the session. During the session many concepts were taught to the students such as the world of security and uses of IOT in the upcoming technological world. The students found this workshop very usefull and knowledgeable where they learnt a lot about various languages like python which gave them a great exposure to the various coding competitions and the developers world.
Expert Talk on Career in Cyber Security
“Cybersecurity is a new area where equality will exist to allow intelligence to succeed.”
Chitkara ACM Student Chapter in association with department of Computer Science and engineering organized an expert talk session for CSE 3rd Year students on “Carrer Prospects in Cyber Security” for engineering graduates on 26th of June 2021.
Mr. Vandit Bhatia, Enterprise Security Architect, Tech Mahindra was our guest speaker, who acknowledged about all the scopes and implications of cyber security in today’s industry. Starting from security domain towards the physical domain, he precisely stated each and every factor of choosing cyber security over any overrated field. The event was a success within itself . The session was a eye-flasher for all of the students in achieving deep-stated knowledge about this domain in wide.
Code Wars 4.0
Chitkara ACM Student Chapter, in collaboration with the Department of Computer Science and Engineering and GitHub, organized “CodeWars 4.0” for neophytes and coding practitioners to support the impression of discovering Coding languages and the pool of potentialities they offer, on May 10, 2021, from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm.
The competition consisted of an online questionnaire directed via CodeQuotient, which consisted of 10 Multiple Choice Questions and 5 Coding Enigmas to be solved in 150 minutes.
All the participants were justly delighted about working on the bonafide quandaries on Python and Java language conferred before them. The coding problems posed legitimate issues and dilemmas which were tackled adroitly.
Receiving a rejoinder from approximately 223 students, the concourse was successfully overlooked for any inquiries by the faculty advisor Mr. Sarvjeet Singh and Student Heads.
Top three positions were grabbed by:
Ist position- Varun Kansal
2nd position – Jagrit Vats
3rd position -Aditya Khunger
All the participants performed really well. It was indeed invigorating and an illuminating examination that stimulated curiosity about programming in several participants.
How to Plan a Startup? Minimum Viable, ethical and legal steps
” Ideas are easy, Implementation is hard. “
Chitkara ACM Student Chapter in association with Institution’s Innovation Council and Department of Computer science and engineering organized an online webinar on “How to Plan a Startup? Minimum Viable, ethical and legal steps”. The guest speaker of the workshop was Dr. Adarsh Aggarwal (Chitkara University Centre for Entrepreneurship Education Development) who possess vast knowledge and experience in this field and already taking sessions for planning startups.
The session was held on April 30,2020. And it was a resounding success. The session brushes upon a spectrum of exciting and interesting themes that discuss the aspects of Startup. The speaker associated the students with vast knowledge for implementation of ideas. The mid session entertained queries of the students which was satisfactory answered by the speaker. Indeed! The webinar was an engaging and enriching experience for all the participants. And students look for more such events in future.
Boost your competitive programming
Chitkara ACM Student Chapter in collaboration with Department of Computer Science and Engineering organized “Boost your competitive programming” coding competition with Codechef under the TRAIN PRATICE PERFORM series of ICPC. The competition was conducted on April 25,2021. It was held to recognize and reward the programming skills of students . It was an ideal platform to showcase talent and to put coders on an accelerated path for preparation of ICPC.
It featured few coding questions to be performed on Codechef platform. The judging criteria was based on overall score and time. A total of 107 students participated in the coding competition out of which high scorers were selected for further rounds of preparation classes to be conducted by codechef team. This event was designed to stretch limits and challenges as well as help the participants to explore their latent talent and showcase programming skills. Each and everyone who participated performed very well and showcased their talent. The event was a smashing success due to efforts of entire ACM family.
“The capacity to learn is a gift; the ability to learn is a skill; the willingness to learn is a choice.”
Simply gazing at your dreams won’t help you infill your personality with the essence of knowledge and zest.
Chitkara ACM Student Chapter in collaboration with the Department of Computer Science and Engineering organized PRELUDE, an orientation session for B.Tech Software Engineering first-year students. The orientation focused on expanding the mind and soul of the students with the ocean of benefits and advancement of the ACM Student Chapter. Our ACM student chapter happens to be mentioned as an ‘Honorable chapter’ in Best Student Chapter Awards 2021. The organization has further conducted endless hackathons, expert talks, and workshops. And most of all, the Chitkara ACM student Chapter happens to have its own app.Students were given deep and extensive information about the ACM Student Chapter.
The orientation was held on 2nd April 2021 from 2 pm onwards.27 students were lucky enough to grasp this golden opportunity and gather enough information about the most technical society of the university.
Connecting Competitive Programming
This year Department of Computer Science and Engineering is aiming at ICPC, so Chitkara ACM Student Chapter in association with department of Computer Science and Engineering organized a session on Connecting Competitive Programming, ICPC and Placements. The session was held online on March 26 from 1:00pm onwards.
The panel member was Deepak Gour who is an ICPC World Finalist 2020 graduated from IIT BHU. He has worked with Samsung R&D, Tower Research, Directi, Flock, InterviewBit and AppDynamics. The session covered all the aspects of competitive programming, its benefits, what is ICPC and how does all of this help in cracking the coding interviews.
The event as a whole brushed upon a spectrum of exciting and interesting facts about competitive programming.The session was a resounding success with 200 participants. It increased the disruptive thinking and all the participants gained better understanding about the concept. The session was an engaging and enriching experience for all the participants.
Women in technology
Chitkara ACM Student Chapter along with Department of computer science and engineering recently organised talk show for “Women in Technology” 2021 on the very special occasion of International Women’s day.
It was conducted on offline mode basis and the panel discussion went on for an hour. There were 4 panel members named Dr. Deepali Gupta, Dr. Amandeep Kaur, Dr. Anshu Singla and Dr Rishu chabra. Dr. Vidhu Baggan was on our Moderator side.
The panel discussion was a great success within itself outgrowing all the wonders women do and can achieve in the nearest future.
There were total 29 faculties present and each speaker got the opportunity to present their views on the topic and to enlighten the thoughts they themselves posess about that very topic.
Artificial intelligence : Development of computer aided learning
On 25th -26th February,the Chitkara ACM Student Chapter in collaboration with Department of Computer science and engineering organized a webinar on ” Artificial intelligence : Development of computer aided learning ” from 11 am to 3 pm.
Throwing light on the speakers of the webinar Mr. Abhishek Nandy , Co-founder at dynopii and Mr. Kazi haque , product manager at hipla were invited for the session .They imparted knowledge on Artificial intelligence and their experiences in the field .
Defining the day, we had 100+ students attending our webinar. The participants were filled with excitement and gained valuable knowledge from the workshop. The event received tremendous positive feedback. Chitkara ACM Student Chapter looks forward for such more amazing sessions in the future.
We don’t grow when things are easy,we grow when we face challenges
To brush up our coding skills and ignite our minds with advancement and enthusiasm, Chitkara ACM Student Chapter in collaboration with Chitkara University Department of Computer Science and Engineering and Coding Ninjas provided a window of opportunity through Codathon 2k21. The event encompassed two rounds. The Preliminary round was conducted on 27th January on the CodeZen platform. The round included 10 MCQs and 1 coding question. Out of 380 , 130 students were fortunate enough to qualify for the next round with their proficiency and aptness. The Final round was conducted on 29th January in which 112 students participated and were challenged with 5 coding questions on the CodeZen platform.
Results are as follows:
- Shikhar Dhawan
- Adishi Sood
It is rightly said, Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly. It was indeed a great event. We appreciate the efforts put in by the participants and would like to congratulate all the winners for their well-deserved success