CSE-Events 2018-19

Events conducted/organized by department of CSE in the Academic year 2019-20

S.No Course Title Program Date Course Duration Student Profile (Discipline) Trainer Name/ Guest Name Batch Size
1 FDP – Data Analytics & Python Programming 08-07-2019 to 12-07-2019 5 DAYS CSE Mr Angshuman Chatterjee      & Mr. Gaurav Singh 25
2 Teacher’s Day Celebration-2019 05-09-2019 1 DAY CSE FACULTY PRINCIPAL & DEAN
3 ICT -CLOUD LITERACY MONTH 2019 29-10-2019 1 DAY II BTech CSE ICT ACADEMY 80
4 Guest Lecture-Professional Ethics 06-11-2019 1 DAY III CSE-A, B, C Dr.E.MURALI DARSHAN 160
5 Computer Society of India (CSI), Student chapter 07-11-2019 1 DAY Students Member-CSI Student Chapter Dr.K.Seetha Ram Babu 110
6 Teaching and Learning using “MOODLE” 09-11-2019 1 DAY IV CSE,Faculty CSE Dept Dr.M.Swamy Das 110
7 Teaching and Placement Activities 09-11-2019 1 DAY IV CSE Dr.N.L.N REDDY 110
8 Project Expo – 2019 16-11-2019 1 DAY II, III & IV CSE Students CSE Dept 45 Batches

Events conducted/organized by department of CSE in the Academic year 2018-19

S.No Course Title Program Date Course Duration Student Profile (Discipline) Trainer Name/ Guest Name Batch Size
1 Python Programming 09-8-2018 & 10-8-2018 2 DAYS B.Tech CSE Mr Angshuman Chatterjee & Mr. Gaurav Singh 70
2 Soft Skills Program 24-8-2018 & 25-8-2018 2 DAYS III B.Tech CSE Praveen kumar.M & K. Rama krishna 100
3 Mocks program (Online courses for aptitude and reasoning) 24-8-2018 & 25-8-2018 2 DAYS II B.Tech CSE Umesh reddy (Entuze Site) 60
4 Soft Skills Program 20-8-2018 &21-8-2018 2 DAYS IV B.Tech CSE Benson & Rama Manoju 80
5 MTA HTML5 28-02-2019, 01-03-2019 & 02-03-2019 3 DAYS IV B.Tech CSE Mr GANGA PRASAD 70
6 Research Methodologies 26-2-2019&27-02-2019 2 DAYS III B.Tech CSE Dr. R.Jegadeesan &Mr. Krishna Chainatya Rao 152
7 Python Programming 6-3-2019 to 8-03-2019 3 DAYS II B.Tech CSE Mr. Gaurab Singh, Head Data Scientist,DIGITALLYNC PVT LTD, New Delhi. 60
8 Women’s Empowerment 08-03-2019 1 DAY CSE Dean, Principal and HOD 60
9 Machine learning &Python programming 14-3-2019 to 16-03-2019 3 DAYS III B.Tech CSE Mr. Gaurab Singh, Head Data Scientist,DIGITALLYNC PVT LTD, New Delhi. 60
10 International Conference (ICCETCC’19) 3-4-2019 &4-04-2019 2 DAYS Faculty & Students International Conference Chair 200
11 Project Expo 17-04-2019 1 DAY IV B.Tech CSE Dr. K.Ravindra Babu 103 Papers

 

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RAVINDAR MOGILI

Associate Professor

M.Tech (CSE), (Phd)

14 Years of Teaching experience

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

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