ECE Student Club

IMPULSE (ECE STUDENTS CLUB)

  1. TECHNICAL CLUB: Named as Techathlon

    ACTIVITIES:

    • Technical quiz
    • Technical Hunt
    • Conducting workshops, Webinars
    • Hands on IoT
    • Technical presentations
      • Paper presentation
      • Postal presentation
      • Power point presentation

    Impulse
  2. Campus development club-Named as Prayatna

    Objectives:

    • To build pleasant environment in department premises
    • To enhance the identity of the department
    • To maintain neatness in the department
    • To develop interior designing of classrooms, labs
    • For the overall development of the block
  3. Multi-Vox club

    Objectives:

    • To explore the ability of soft skills in an innovative way
    • To conduct different competitions in order to make students get awareness regarding soft skills
    • To overcome stage fear faced by students
    • To build self confidence among the students
    • To improve English fluency, pronunciation, sentence formation
    • To involve students in active participation
    • To improve students vocabulary, body language skills

    Events:

    • Jam sessions
    • Elocutions
    • Debates, group discussions.
    • PPT presentations
    • Mock interviews
  4. SPDC-Society for Personality Development

    Activites:

    • Every week/month a village is selected at random and it is visited
    • To conduct awareness progrmmes in the villages

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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

ravindermogili@gmail.com

Mobile: 9493142141

 

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