CSE Events – CSI Student Chapter

Computer Society of India (CSI) Student Chapter

Computer Society of India (CSI), Student chapter (JITS-CSI Student Chapter) for the academic year 2019_2020 was inaugurated on 07-11-2019. The esteemed chief guest for the inauguration was Dr.K.Seetha Ram Babu, Chairman, CSI-Hyderabad Chapter. keynote address on industry expectations from engineers. He highlighted the importance of the following :

  • Job versus Career
  • Multi-Disciplinary Projects
  • Skills to be acquired
  • Industry Scenario
  • Upcoming New Technologies

In this program, our college Principal Dr.G.Lakshmi Narayan Rao, Academic Dean Dr. S.V.S Rama Krishnam Raju, Convenor and HOD-CSE Dr.R.Jegadeesan, Co-Convenor Mrs.P.Pranitha, Co-Ordinator R.Satya Teja, Faculty Members and CSI student president, Vice President and organizing committee and participants have participated and made the program grand success.

Presenting Memento to Chief Guest
Chief Guest has distributed CSI ID cards to all the CSI members
Computer Society of India (CSI), Student chapter Faculty & Students Coordinators
Computer Society of India (CSI), Student chapter registered Students &Faculty Members.

FILL & FLAIR

It is a technical event in which 50 Students have participated in this we have three categories. Technical missing letters, Identifying Company logos and tag lines and Technical connecting pictures.

C-COLLESIUM:

It is an event in which 95 students have participated. In this event, multiple-choice questions are asked about the C- language

ZIG-ZAG:

In this event, 90 students have participated. This event-based on the C-programming language in which we move a little bit forward instead of asking the basic questions to the programming part. It is the event in which it is wrongly coded and jumbled and the participant has to execute the program in the correct order.

RAVINDAR MOGILI

Associate Professor

M.Tech (CSE), (Phd)

14 Years of Teaching experience

Area of interest: Data Mining, Machine learning, Image processing

ravindermogili@gmail.com

Mobile: 9493142141

 

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