Introduction to mobile app development
Date: 19th & 20th November 2018
Number of beneficiaries:In-house: 15 External: 9
List of Resource Persons with details: Ms. Fareha Hareem, Senior Technical Trainer, ICT Academy.
The objective of FDP is focused program aimed at helping learners create applications using Google's Android open-source platform. The course explains what Android is and how it compares too other mobile environments, the setup of the android based development tools, the Android SDK, all essential features, as well as the advanced capabilities.
The resource person explained the differences between android and other mobile development environments, understand how Android applications work, their life cycle,manifest, Intents, and using external resources, Design and develop useful android applications with compelling user interfaces by using, extending, and creating your own layouts and Views and using Menus The session was indeed a motivation for the faculty members to use the software.
By learning practically they can contribute applications to the Android community, making it more possible for the world to experience their innovative ideas.
The session was informative and valuable. The trainer was well prepared and responded to questions in an informative and appropriate manner.
The department of Computer Science, Kristu Jayanti College organized a technical talk on June 2, 2016 for the first year BCA and BSC students.
Mr. Kurian George and Mr. Jobith Basheer addressed the students and discussed the expectations which the students have set in their college life. The interaction started by posting question to the audience. The interaction enabled the students to perceive things in life in a different perspective.’
A session on “Thoughts from my final year” was organized in the premises of Kristu Jayanti College on June 27, 2015. The students of V semester BCA and B.Sc. were addressed by Mr. Allan Paulson, Alumni, Kristu Jayanti College.
Mr. Paulson engaged the students asking about their future plans, after their final year, explained "Why the college life is expensive?" He also spoke about the importance of language (English) in their career and finally gave information on how to take up TOEFL and GRE.
A Seminar on Mathematical Foundations in Computer Science
A Seminar on Mathematical Foundations in Computer Science was organized by the Department of Computer Science, Kristu Jayanti College on December 5, 2015.
The seminar was organized to remove many apprehensions in regard to studying Mathematics in BCA. The resource persons for the day were Ms. Diana Susan Mary Ann D’Roza and Mr.Kurian, who even demonstrated how exactly maths work in computer science. The students of II BCA A,B,C Sections and II B.Sc. Actively participated in the seminar.
The Seminar threw light on several areas in Mathematics like Matrices,Vectors, Analytical Geometry and Calculus and its applications. Several other applications include computer security, Computation of Google page rank makes use of certain concepts of vectors, the online map services etc.
Credit Course: Basics of Data Science
A Credit course on “The basics of Data Science” was conducted for 60 students of III Semester BCA and BSc (CSMS/CSME) students. Students understand the basic algorithms of data science and their applications. The objective of the course is to provide students a platform to learn and update their knowledge in the data science domain.
ACM-W Student Chapter
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.
Technical Community: VMWARE
VMware has organized “VMware - Open Badge Day”, where by Faculty/students from our college can take up assessments on various technology fundamentals and earn the newly announced “VMware Digital Badges”.
About VMware Open Badges:
VMware credentials are recognized, respected and valued globally. The new VMware Open Badge program is an opportunity for students to easily and quickly share verified proof of their achievements.
Open Badge Benefits:
• Combine their credentials to form a complete overview of their skills
• Display their accomplishment in their e-mail signature
• Display their qualifications on social and professional networking sites
• Provide employers with easy, valid verification of their credentials
Students can take up assessments for the following FREE courses (available on self-study via free eLearning) on a designated date and time at the college. The courses for the VMware Digital Badge are as follows:
• Data Center Virtualization Fundamentals [V6]
• VMware Network Virtualization Fundamentals
• VMware Cloud Fundamentals
Following are the details of students list for the course assessment:
1. March 1st 2017 - Data Center Virtualization Assessment - Total No of Registration - 73
2. March 3rd 2017 - VMware Network Virtualization - Total No of Registration - 131
3. March 7th 2017 - VMware Cloud Fundamentals - Total No of Registration – 212
Seminar on Cloud Computing
The department of computer science at Kristu Jayanti College conducted a seminar on Cloud Computing on August 30, 2014 for V semester BCA and BSC (CSMS/CSME) students. Mr. Sriram Sharma, Senior cloud architect, Hewlett Packard, Mr. Navine, Cloud Architect, IBM and Mr. Bhaskar, Cloud Architect, IBM were the chief guest for the occasion.
Mr. Sriram Sharma opened the session with the introduction of cloud computing. He also discussed the dairy industry in India going from individual to centralized and thereby moving from the troublesome to on demand in the modern trend. Mr. Bhaskar explained the various job opportunities and the work culture in various Industries. Mr. Navine later gave a live server demonstration using VM Sphere and VM workstation.
The students were given a heads up as to what to expect in the job market and how to prepare for the Modern Technologies in the Markets and the Industries. The seminar was concluded with an interactive session.
Report on: EMC2 Academic Alliance Programme
The department of Computer Science (UG) organized ‘Conexus’ – an academic alliance program – in collaboration with EMC2 to develop the workforce of tomorrow. The objective of the program is to think ahead and anticipate what skills will be needed in the future.. In the Academic Alliance program, EMC2-developed courseware was used to prepare the next generation of IT professionals for careers in information storage management. The program aims to ensure the industry has a strong pipeline of graduates to meet its future needs. Conexus is a certificate program conducted during the even and odd semester of academic year 2014-15.
The course describes the challenges found in today’s complex information management environment and the storage technology solutions (such as DAS, NAS, SAN and Virtualization technologies). Various Business Continuity solutions: Backup and Replication is explained. The common storage management roles and responsibilities are also elaborated. The processes and technologies for identifying, analyzing, and mitigating security risks in storage infrastructure are explained. At the end of the course, students will take up an online examination at the end of the course and be certified by EMC2
Video learning session
A video learning session was conducted by the Department of Computer Science for the third semester BCA students on June 23, 2012, making this the first programme organized during the academic year 2012 - 2013.
A couple of videos on two of the main core streams in the syllabus of third semester BCA, i.e. Data Structures and Operating Systems, were showcased during the occasion. The logic of the searching technique – binary search and queuing mechanism were explained in a meticulous way in the video.
The Coordinator of the Computer Science Department, Prof. Jeo Joy A, was also present and available for clarification of doubts by students. Mr. Aswin Herbert Satish, faculty-in-charge of guest lectures and workshops and Mr. Rajesh were also present during the screening.