ECE-Events

Events conducted/organized by department of ECE in the Academic year 2020-21 (I Semester).

S.No Course Title Program Date Course Duration Student Profile (Discipline) Trainer Name/ Guest Name Batch Size
1 Webinar on HDL Programming 15.10.2020 09.30am to 11.30am IV year B.Tech ECE Dr. K. Gurunathan, Associate Professor, Department of CSE, M.Kumarasamy College of Engineering , Karur, Tamil Nadu 148

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

S.No Course Title Program Date Course Duration Student Profile (Discipline) Trainer Name/ Guest Name Batch Size
1 Project Expo – 2019 16-11-2019 1 DAY II, III & IV ECE Students EEE Dept 43 Batches
2 Teacher’s Day Celebration 2019 05-09-2019 1 DAY ECE FACULTY PRINCIPAL & DEAN -
3 Workshop on Internet of Things 30-08-2019 to 31-08-2019 2 DAYS IV & III ECE Students P.Srinivas, Technical Manger, Truevolts Electronics Pvt.Ltd, Hyderabad 82
4 Seminar on Internet of Things 03-03-2020 1 DAY II ECE Students P.Srinivas, Technical Manger,
Truevolts Electronics Pvt.Ltd,
Hyderabad
112
5 Seminar on Future Broadcasting: Direct to Mobile 06-03-2020 1 DAY III ECE Students Mr.Bupathi Vijay Kumar,
Retd. Director Doordarsan, Hyderabad
148
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