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Number of Beneficiaries: 26 ACM Members
Trainers: Ms.Sherley Gracia- V SEM BCA C
: Ms. Karunya V SEM B.Sc CSMS
: Mr. Ibrahim V SEM B.Sc CSMS
Objective: The goal of the Workshop was to introduce the participants to the need of web development in HTML, CSS and Web Hosting.
ACM-W Student chapter, Department of Computer Science (UG), organized a workshop on HTML and CSS, “PARIKALPANA-2” on 3rd July 2019 exclusively for ACM members.
The workshop was conducted by the student coordinators of ACM Women’s student Chapter and an HTML expert, Mr.Ibrahim from this field. In this workshop students were imparted with the knowledge of working with HTML, CSS and Hosting web page. Trainers also elaborated on the basic features of CSS User Interface , CSS Background, fonts and Border Levels that gives a dynamic aspect to the Web Pages. At the end of the session, Quiz was also conducted to test the understanding of students.
Title: MACHINE LEARNING WORKSHOP SERIES
Date: 17th August, 2019
Resource Person: Ms. ADITI TIWARI, Data Scientist, Wizely
Objective: To Provide hands on experience in Machine Learning for the women students.
The workshop series on Machine learning was taken by Ms.AditiTiwari, Data Scientist, Wizely who is a member of ACM, Bangalore chapter. The main objective of this session is to provide a learning experience to the women students to apply artificial intelligence that provides systems the ability to automatically learn and improve from experience without being explicitly programmed. Machine learning focuses on the development of computer programs that can access data and use it learn for themselves. The overview about Machine learning and the basics of statistics and probabilities, random variable were the topic of discussions for the session.
Outcome: To relate statistical concepts into Machine Learning and to develop computer programs that can access and use data by themselves.
ACM-W Student chapter, Department of Computer Science(UG), organized a one day workshop on Photoshop, “PIXEL-Digitally Creative” on 22 November 2017. The Event was inaugurated by Fr.Lijo P Thomas, Financial Administrator and HOD, Department of Computer Science(UG) along with Prof.Sevuga Pandian, Staff Coordinator and Dr.Ranjitha M, Faculty Sponsor, ACM-W Student Chapter.
Fr.Lijo P Thomas addressed the students and congratulated the ACM members for organizing this workshop. The Resource Persons for the day were Mr.Ajith, Mr.Thomas from IV Semester BCA and Mr.Jonah Filmore, Mr.Jacob David from VI Semester BCA.
The Workshop was divided into two sessions. The morning session was handled by Mr.Ajith and Mr.Thomas where they covered the basics of Photoshop like creating the form, changing the background colour of the form, to create layers, free transform forms, to open an image as background etc. Afternoon session was handled by Mr.Jonah and Mr.David where they concentrated on how to design brochures/Posters with various tools. The Participants created a Christmas brochure and also a Certificate using the various tools. There were 23 participants from various semesters of the department.
Instauration was an exhibition of handcrafted iconic dolls where the dolls symbolises the social issues in the world especially in India with the tagline “LETS LOOK AROUND”. The exhibition was inaugurated by Rev Fr.Josekutty PD Principal, Fr.Augustine George Vice Principal, Fr.Lijo P Thomas Financial Administrator and HOD Computer Science Department, along with Sr.Francoise Bosteels, Chief Guest of the Day. Prof.Sevuga Pandian, Staff Coordinator Computer Science(UG), Dr.Ranjitha, Faculty Sponsor of ACM-W, Dr.Vinothina ACM Member was also present along with Faculty and students of Computer Science Department.
Department of Computer Science in association with ACM-W of Kristu Jayanti College organised the exhibition on December 5, 2017 in Mini Audi 1 from 10:00am-4:00pm. The main intention/aim of this exhibition was to create awareness about the social issues in India and enlighten people with some knowledge about these issues. Students and faculties from various departments visited the exhibition. The dolls were related to issues like Child marriage, Child Labour, child abuse, Drug addiction, Corruption, alcoholism, female abuse, relationship between a teacher and a student, Unemployment, Deforestation etc. There were about 32 dolls in the exhibition. The students of ACM-W chapter explained to the audience the meaning and story behind each doll. The poems and stories related to each doll were hanged up in the bulletin boards. Sr.Francoise also explained the people of her experience in India, How she started making these dolls, what were the materials used to make them etc.
Exhibition was a major eye opener among students because these dolls actually depicted the everyday life in all its glory and simplicity.
ACM-W Student Chapter, Department of Computer Science (UG), Kristu Jayanti College joined the global movement of Computer Science Education Week by hosting an 'Hour of Code' on December 9th 2017 at our campus. Computer Science Education Week is held annually in recognition of the birthday of computing pioneer Admiral Grace Murray Hopper (December 9, 1906).
The Program started with one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify "code", to show that anybody can learn the basics, and broaden participation in the field of computer science.
The session was initiated by Mr.Shriharsha, Web Developer at Accenture Solutions Pvt Ltd. He interacted with the students and demonstrated a Session on “Introduction to Python”. This was followed by the Hour of Code Activity where student developed a project on “Flappy Bike”. Students were very enthusiastic and actively participated in the session. At the end of the activity, students were awarded with an Hour of code certificate to encourage their learning. The students volunteers of ACM-W guided the participants with lot of passion.
ACM-W Student’s chapter in association with ICT academy organized the POWER SEMINAR with the title Digital Natives-The Millennial Generation.
It was a half- day seminar, featuring highly technical issues and the fundamentals of a specific application in the contemporary technological evolution.
Ms. Bhanu Das Gupta, Country Head, Oracle Academy spoke about how the Millennial Generation is not isolated and connected. The title of her talk was “What you are not, what you are and what you can be” and she briefed about the generations in workplace and will enlighten the students on the 21st century technological challenges and how they can strengthen their skills to be part of it.
Mr. Prakash, Sr.Advisor, DELL-EMC discussed about the gap between Analog and Digital world. He also briefed about technologies like Cyber security, Analytics, IOT and AI.
The seminar was indeed a motivation for the young audience about the Millennial Generation and how they can transform their ideas to enrich and strengthen the society.