CSE-Events

Events conducted/organized by department of CSE in the Academic year 2019-20 (I Semester).

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 2019-20 (II Semester).

S.No Course Title Program Date Course Duration Student Profile (Discipline) Trainer Name/ Guest Name Batch Size
1 Python101 Programming 06-01-2020 to 10-01-2020 5 DAYS III CSE Students Mr. Karthik program analyst 55
2 Artificial Intelligence & Machine Language 07-01-2020 1 DAY II, III & IV CSE Students Mr.Vinay Kumar, Ms.Ch. Deepa, Mr.Vasu Rao Program Advisor – Hyd 180
3 Cloud Computing And Virtualization 08-01-2020 1 DAY II, III & IV CSE Students Ms. G. Ramya – Program Manager, Smartbridge 250
4 R Programming 09-01-2020 1 DAY III & IV CSE Students Mr. Satheesh Kumar, Sr. Manager at Good Rich IT solutions 100
5 AMCAT-Training And Placement Activities 10-01-2020 1 DAY CSE Students Mr.Abhishek Kulakarni, Sr.Manager at ASPIRING MINDS, Hyderabad 190
6 INTENSHALA 20-01-2020 1 DAY CSE Students Dr.R.Jegadeesan & Ms.M Archana Third year CSE 66
7 ICT-National Communication Skills Challenge 22-01-2020 1 DAY CSE Students Mr.Mohammed Batcha 98
8 TECHSPARTANS 23-01-2020 1 DAY CSE Students CSE Dept 190
9 Data Analytics using R-Programming 25-01-2020 1 DAY CSE Students Dr. A. V. Krishna Prasad , Secretary CSI chapter Hyderabad 180
10 Guest Lecture on Coding 25-01-2020 1 DAY CSE Students Mr.Nagveer, CEO CCC Hyderabad 160
11 Power Seminar On Data Analytics 01-02-2020 1 DAY CSE Students Dr.A.V.Krishna Prasad 150
12 Special Talk on Career Guidance 03-03-2020 1 DAY CSE Students Mr.M.Shankar Reddy, Center Manger for JETKING Pvt.Ltd. Secunderabad. 180
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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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