CSE Events – Project Expo – 2019

CSE PROJECT EXPO – 2019

The project Expo 2019 on core and academic in computing and communication held on 16th November 2019 at Jyothishmathi Institute of Technology and Science, Karimnagar, was delightful with enriched experts from various corners of the country. Fifty-five innovative students’ projects were displayed and experts also verified and highlighted their suggestions. This was a great platform for the students and faculty to learn about the recent contemporary developments in Engineering and Technology from eminent Researchers. The project expo is delighted to have the Research experiences of various expert professional and Eminent Professors have came forwarded and evaluated our student’s projects and findings on the latest technologies. Students have presented their projects in the areas of wireless Networks, Cloud Computing, Artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, Bigdata, Data Communication, and others. At the end we distributed prizes to the students for the best project Ms.V.Sruthi, Ms.Y Aparna, Ms.G.Dharani and Ms.P Shirisha were received the best innovative project in this session followed by the title of “Home Automation using Google Assistant”, “College Management System”, “Restaurant Billing System” and “Book Recommendation System using IoT”. Finally, the session was a grand success and concluded with the vote of thanks to all students, faculty, delicates, subject experts and college management.

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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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