Official Statistics and National Income - A Guest Lecture Series
Date: 13th and 27th March 2021.
Number of Beneficiaries: 89
Resource Person: Dr. Rajeswari Kasturi, ISS, Director (Statistics), Karnataka Evaluation Authority, Bengaluru.
The Department of Statistics (UG) had organized a guest lecture series on the topic Official Statistics and National Income. The series was handled by an eminent person in the field of Official Statistics Dr. Rajeswari Kasturi, ISS, Director (Statistics), Karnataka Evaluation Authority, Bengaluru, Ministry of Statistics, Govt. of India. The first session of this series was held on 13th March, 2021 and the second session was held on 27th March, 2021.
The topics covered during this 5 hour series spread over two weekends were History of ISS, Present Official Statistics System in India, Functions of NSO, CSO and NSSO. In the second session held on 27th, madam covered topics such as National Income Statistics, Trade Statistics, Statistics of Labour and Employment, Financial and Banking Statistics, Measure GDP, Macro Economic Indicators and Second Advance Estimates of National Income. It can unequivocally be said that the students of the Department of Statistics were the beneficiaries of the knowledge that has been shared through the experience and expertise of Dr. Rajeswari Kasturi.
Guest Lecture On Nobel Prize In Physics - 2020
Number of beneficiaries: 200
Objective: The aim of the guest lecture was to impart knowledge in the domains of Physics and Astronomy. It was an opportunity to reflect on the perspectives and responses to the challenges faced by the researchers in Astrophysics and Cosmology and to give thought to the graduate student community, on the contributions of Nobel laureates in Physics in the year 2020.
The Guest Lecture was delivered by the eminent researcher and astrophysicist, Dr. Parameswaran Ajith, Associate Professor, International Centre for Theoretical Sciences (ICTS), TIFR, Bangalore, India. The speaker gave an insight to the basics of general theory of relativity and its importance and applications in the studies of black holes as well as gravitational waves.
The talk also covered the contributions of Nobel laureates in Physics in the year 2020, in the field of astrophysics and cosmology. This year’s Nobel Prize in Physics 2020 was shared between, Roger Penrose “for the discovery that black hole formation is a robust prediction of the general theory of relativity”, and Reinhard Genzel and Andrea Ghez “for the discovery of supermassive compact object at the centre of our galaxy.
Outcome : This guest lecture served as a platform to discuss the advances in astrophysics and cosmology and shared the experiences and perspectives of the speaker, and gave thought to the current directions for research in the field. It provided the participants an opportunity to acquire knowledge and ideas about black holes and gravitational waves as well as the researches and contributions of the Nobel laureates.
Expert Lecture on Spintronics in modern data storage technology
Time: 09:15 a.m. to 10:15 a.m.
No. of Beneficiaries (In-house): 750
Class: III BCA, III BSc, V BCA and V B.Sc. (All the sections)
Name and details of the Resource Person: Dr Pintu Das, Assistant professor, Department of Physics, IIT Delhi
Spintronics is a promising technology which aims to solve the major problems existing in today’s conventional electronic devices. Realistically, this technology has the ability to combine the main functions of the modern semiconductor microelectronics and magnetic storage devices in single chip.
Dr Pintu Das mentioned in his speech that optical Spintronics for optical data storage is the future because it can use much higher electro-magnetic spectrum frequencies with functions taking advantage of controlling the electrons for use in reading and writing of stored information while maintaining non-volatility and extending the shelf life beyond magnetic hard drives capabilities. And he concluded that interest in Spintronics arises, in part, from the looming problem of exhausting the fundamental physical limits of conventional electronics. However, complete reconstruction of industry is unlikely and Spintronics is a “variation” of current technology.
Expert Lecture on 5G Technology
Time: 12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m.
No. of Beneficiaries (In-house): 360
Class: V BCA and V B.Sc. (All the sections)
Name and details of the Resource Person: Dr A. Amali Asha Assistant professor in Computer Science, Loyola College, Chennai.
If we look back, we will find that every decade, one generation advances in the field of mobile technology. Starting from the First Generation (1G) in 1980s, Second Generation (2G) in 1990s, Third Generation (3G) in 2000s, Fourth Generation (4G) in 2010s, and now Fifth Generation (5G), we are advancing towards more and more sophisticated and smarter technology. The 5G technology is expected to provide a new (much wider than the previous one) frequency bands along with the wider spectral bandwidth per frequency channel. As of now, the predecessors (generations) mobile technologies have evidenced substantial increase in peak bitrate.
Dr A. Amali Asha stated that, while 5G is built on the successes of 4G networks, it provides an opportunity for Telcos to move beyond providing connectivity services, to developing rich solutions and services for consumers, industries and infrastructure. And also she mentioned that Technology is critical to India’s digital ambition. The constantly evolving need for higher speed, along with plans for smart cities, industrial automation, connected devices, etc., make 5G inevitable.
Guest Lecture on Relevance of Gandhian Nonviolence in the Third Millennium
Time: 9:15 to 10:15 a.m.
No. of Beneficiaries (In-house): 420
Class: III BCA and B.Sc. (All the sections)
Name and details of the Resource Person: Dr. T. Ravichandran , Asst. Professor, Centre for Gandhian Studies & Director, Gandhian Constructive Programme Museum, The Gandhigram Rural Institute Deemed to be University,(Ministry of Education, GOI), Gandhigram – 624 302. Tamil Nadu.
Topic: Relevance of Gandhian Nonviolence in the Third Millennium
For Mahatma Gandhi Ahimsa-non-violence was a Dharma, no matter if, for him, it was a plant of slow growth; and along with its activities, applicable in day-to-day practices, it was the means to achieve the goal. Satyagraha, pursuit of truth imbibed with Ahimsa was the weapon applied in political actions. He, as we know, largely succeeded in Ahimsa and Satyagraha, because he was brave, humble and free from hatred. All these three were, and are, fully within the scope of non-violence; in other words, they were, and are, themselves the best introduction of Ahimsa. And Mahatma Gandhi practiced them in the best possible manner both in his individual life and public life. Further, he loved everybody without any discrimination. Love is a value supplementary to Ahimsa.
Dr T. Ravichandran also spoke about the “principle of non-violence”. Non-violence is not a negative virtue, but the positive one of love and compassion. He writes, 'Ahimsa is one of the world's great principles which no power on earth can wipe out. Thousands like myself may die in trying to vindicate the ideal but ahimsa will never die.’
Time: 09:15 to 10:15 a.m.
No. of Beneficiaries (In-house): 240
Class: III Sem BCA and BSc (All the sections)
Name and details of the Resource Person: Ms. R. Sangeetha, Assistant CIT coordinator and Assistant Professor in Computer Science, Lady Doak College, Madurai.
Topic: Blockchain Technology
Blockchain technology enables distributed public ledger that hold immutable data in a secure and encrypted way and ensure that transactions can never be altered. While Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are the most popular examples of Blockchain usage, this “distributed ledger technology” (DLT) is finding a broad range of uses. Data storage, financial transactions, real estate, asset management and many more uses are being explored.
Ms. R. Sangeetha explained the brief introduction of Blockchain technology and, she mentioned that, this technology provides potential to upend the way every industry manages its information and data and financial services. Blockchain technology offers new tools for authentication and authorization in the digital world that preclude the need for many centralized administrators. As a result, it enables the creation of new digital relationships. Despite the huge interest in adopting technology from established financial industry, the subtext behind much of what is said about it is “it would probably be better if it just quietly disappeared.” Finally, she concluded her talk with problems with the Blockchain technology.
Guest Lecture on International Day of Peace: A Holistic view
Time: 9:15 to 10:15 a.m.
No. of Beneficiaries (In-house): 750
Class: III and V Sem BCA and B.Sc. (All the sections)
Name and details of the Resource Person: Prof. M. William Baskaran, Ph.D., Professor, Centre for Gandhian Studies, Dean, School of Social Sciences, Gandhigram Rural Institute-Deemed to be university, Gandhigram-624302 India.
Topic: International Day of Peace: A Holistic view
2020 GLOBAL PEACE DAY THEME: Shaping Peace Together
Celebrate the day by spreading compassion, kindness and hope in the face of the pandemic. Stand together with the UN against attempts to use the virus to promote discrimination or hatred. Join us so that we can shape peace together. “Commemorating and strengthening the ideals of peace both within and among all nations and people”.
Prof. M. William Baskaran spoke about the GPI (Global Peace Index) of India, and Economic impact of violence on the global economy: The economic impact of violence improved by 0.2 percent from 2018 to 2019. Types of peace - NEGATIVE PEACE: absence of direct violence but exploitation, injustice and hate, POSITIVE PEACE: attitudes and structures that create and sustain peaceful societies, CULTURAL PEACE: culture that promotes peace and harmonious living. And how Inner peace is the dominant of all. Preamble to the UNESCO constitution states - “Since wars begin in the minds of men, it is in the minds of men that the defence of peace must be constructed”
Guest Lecture on Internet and Security
Time: 12:15 to 1:15 p.m
No. of Beneficiaries (In-house): 140
Class: Class V B.Sc CSME/CSMS/PME/PMCS(All the sections)
Name and details of the Resource Person: Umesh T J ,developer Associate, GTLC(IN) SAP LABS INDIA PVT.LTD.
Topic: Internet and Security
The Internet is a vast network that connects computers all over the world. People can share information and communicate from anywhere with an Internet connection. INTERNET stands for Interconnected Network - that is a network system that connects millions of web servers. Internet, a system architecture that has revolutionized communications and methods of commerce by allowing various computer networks around the world to interconnect. Sometimes referred to as a “network of networks,” the Internet emerged in the United States in the 1970s but did not become visible to the general public until the early 1990s. By 2020, approximately 4.5 billion people, or more than half of the world’s population, were estimated to have access to the Internet.
Dr. Umesh T J spoke about “INTERNET AND SECURITY”. While there is no network that is immune to attacks, a stable and an efficient network security system is essential to protect client data. A good network security system helps business reduce the risk of falling victim of data theft and sabotage. Network security helps protect your workstations from harmful spyware. Thus, with the use of the internet security, the computer's internet account and files from the computer are protected from any intrusion of any unknown users. Basically, it works well by protecting the computer through passwords, changing file permissions and backing up computer's data. With broadband security software you can protect your computer when browsing the web or downloading. To avoid viruses, as well as online threats - including hackers, spyware, spam, and identity theft - it's essential that you have a security package installed.
Guest Lecture on Birth and Death of Stars
Time: 9:15 to 10:15 a.m
No. of Beneficiaries (In-house): 420
Class: III Sem BCA (All the sections) and B.Sc CSME/CSMS/PME/PMCS/MSE
Name and details of the Resource Person: Dr. Sindhu Pandey, Research Associate Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observational Sciences (ARIES), Nainital.
Topic: Birth and Death of Stars
Astronomers believe that molecular clouds, dense clouds of gas located primarily in the spiral arms of galaxies are the birthplace of stars. Dense regions in the clouds collapse and form "proto stars". Initially, the gravitational energy of the collapsing star is the source of its energy. Once the star contracts enough that its central core can burn hydrogen to helium, it becomes a "main sequence" star. Stars are born in vast clouds of gas and dust. Stars spend most of their lives on the main sequence fusing hydrogen gas to helium gas. Stars eventually swell up to form a red giant star. Stars like the Sun end their lives as planetary nebulae and white dwarfs.
Dr. Sindhu Pandey spoke about ‘Life Cycle of Stars’. A star's life cycle is determined by its mass. A star's mass is determined by the amount of matter that is available in its nebula, the giant cloud of gas and dust from which it was born. ... Over time, the hydrogen gas in the nebula is pulled together by gravity and it begins to spin. The first stage in the birth of a star is called a protostar. As long as there is still inflowing material, the object is a protostar. When the core of a protostar has reached about 10 million K, pressure within is so great that nuclear fusion of hydrogen begins, and a star is born. Stars die because they exhaust their nuclear fuel. ... Once there is no fuel left, the star collapses and the outer layers explode as a 'supernova'. What's left over after a supernova explosion is a 'neutron star' – the collapsed core of the star – or, if there's sufficient mass, a black hole. The upper layers will expand and eject material that will collect around the dying star to form a Planetary Nebula.
Supernovae leave behind Neutron Stars or Black Holes “In a supernova, the star's core collapses and then explodes. In massive stars, a complex series of nuclear reactions leads to the production of iron in the core” – NASA.
Guest Lecture on FLUTTER (Mobile Management)
Time: 12:15 to 1:15p.m.
No. of Beneficiaries (In-house): 240
Class: V Sem BCA (All the sections)
Name and details of the Resource Person: Solomon S, lead developer, LucidPlus IT Solutions.
Topic: FLUTTER (mobile management)
The concept of FLUTTER is to give you a fast, fun and modern way to deliver native apps. It is used to develop applications for Android, iOS, Linux, Mac, Windows, Google, and the web from a single codebase. With google flutter, you can simply fabricate existing widgets along with customization that empowers you to create responsive and fascinating portable applications. Mr.Solomon.S spoke about the Latest Reactive Framework and its advanced receptive system, on what makes flutter unique and how it focuses on continuous planning & integration, continuous testing & monitoring, and continuous delivery & deployment. The reasons for you to choose Flutter, is its compatibility, high performance, fast development process, building your own widget, and finally it is cost effective to build a flutter mobile application.
Guest Lecture on Mental Fitness
Time: 9:15 to 10:15 a.m
No. of Beneficiaries (In-house): 420
Class: The first year Computer Science [UG] students.
Name and details of the Resource Person: Dr. Sreeraj VS, DPM,DNB,MNAMS,PDF(Clinical Neurosciences and Therapeutics in Schizophrenia) Assistant Professor/Clinician Scientist Accelerator program for Discovery in brain disorders using stem cells (ADBS),Department of Psychiatry NIMHANS, Bengaluru-560069 Karnataka, India
Topic: Mental fitness
Physical fitness gets plenty of attention, and for good reason. A healthy body can prevent conditions such as heart disease and diabetes, and help you maintain independence as you age.
Mental fitness is just as important as physical fitness, and shouldn’t be neglected. Including mental dexterity exercises into your daily routine can help you reap the benefits of a sharper mind and a healthier body for years to come.
Mental fitness means keeping your brain and emotional health in tip-top shape. It doesn’t mean training for “brain Olympics” or acing an IQ test. It refers to a series of exercises that help you:
• slow down
• boost a flagging memory
Dr. Sreeraj spoke about “The importance of mental fitness”, “Mind-Body connection”, “Benefits of mental fitness”, “how to keep fit in this pandemic”, and “Being positive with oneself”. Mental fitness is important in maintaining your brain and your body healthy, especially as you age. There are many types of mental dexterity exercises, and you don’t need to go to the gym to do them. They include active ones, such as learning a new song or playing a game, as well as restful ones, such as relaxation, and visualization exercises. Schedule a mental fitness break into your calendar right next to your workout schedule. Your mind and your health are worth it.
“Mental health needs a great deal of attention. It’s the final taboo and it needs to be faced and dealt with.”
Lead a Healthy Life to keep hearts beating FIT India 2020
Time: 12 to 1 p.m.
No. of Beneficiaries (In-house): 240
Class: V Sem BCA (All the sections)
Name and details of the Resource Person: Dr.Divya Jain, Officer Onco Nutritionist, Cytecare Hospital, Bengaluru
Preventing heart disease (and all cardiovascular diseases) means making smart choices now that will pay off for the rest of your life. Lack of exercise, a poor diet and other unhealthy habits can take their toll over the years. Anyone at any age can benefit from simple steps to keep their heart healthy during each decade of life.
Dr. Divya Jain gave Tips for eating a heart healthy diet, for being more active, to be smoke-free, to help you understand and control your cholesterol levels and to help understand and control your blood pressure. She explained about diet food and to choose foods low in saturated fat, trans fat, and sodium. As part of a healthy diet, eat plenty of fruits and vegetables, fibre-rich whole grains, fish (preferably oily fish-at least twice per week), nuts, legumes and seeds and try eating some meals without meat. Select lower fat dairy products and poultry (skinless).
Alumni Lecture series
Time: 9 to 10 a.m
No. of Beneficiaries (In-house): 300
Class: III Sem BCA (All the sections)
Name and details of the Resource Person: Mr.Praveen, Global People Service Advisor, Nutanix, Bengaluru Topic: Importance of Learning and career growth opportunities
The concept of career development is of growing concern to organizations since it matches the needs of a business with the career goals of employees. Formulating a career development plan can help employees to do their jobs more efficiently. Additionally, these plans can be beneficial for employees who might want to move up in a company or look for other jobs in the future. Today, challenging organizations have developed new concerns for the career development of their employees. They put greater emphasis on ‘career’ with coherent induction, training and development, increased job security by the accrual of experience and qualifications valued in the labour market.
Mr. Praveen spoke about seizing the learning opportunity and setting the groundwork and he also showed the learning path towards success with different key points. He explained how various benefits of career development Reduces attrition of employees, Provides equal opportunity employment, Improves the use of the employees, Improves the quality of the work life of employees, Improves the organization itself and also increases the skills of the employees.
International Lecture on Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning Revolution
No. of Beneficiaries (In-house): 70
Class: VI Sem BSc & BCA
Name and details of the Resource Person: Mr. Guy Brown, Head, Department of Computer Science, University of Sheffield, UK
Mr. Guy Brown, Head, Department of Computer Science, University of Sheffield, UK delivered a lecture on Artificial intelligence (AI). It is the simulation of human intelligence processes by machines, especially computer systems. These processes include learning, reasoning and self-correction. Particular applications of AI include expert systems, speech recognition and machine vision. Machine Learning (ML) is a subset of Artificial Intelligence. ML is the science of designing and applying algorithms that are able to learn things from past cases. The ultimate goal of AI and ML is in its ability to produce systems that are used regularly in industry, education, and elsewhere. Sixty students from BCA and BSc., attended the program. This lecture paves a path to understand the difference between AI & ML and apply the principles of both in a real-time scenario.
Lecture on Vedic Maths
Venue: Mini Audi - III
No. of Beneficiaries (In-house): 184
Class: VI Sem BSc CSME & CSMS, IV Sem BSc CSME & CSMS
Name and details of the Resource Person: Dr. Krishna Prasad K., Associate Professor, Dept. of Computer and Information Sciences, Srinivas University, Mangaluru.
The Lecture was immensely informative for the students. Through this lecture, Dr. Krishna Prasad K. taught various techniques used in Vedic Mathematics. Vedic Maths is a system of reasoning and mathematical working based on ancient Indian teachings called Veda. It is fast, efficient and easy to learn and use. Vedic mathematics, which simplifies arithmetic and algebraic operations has increasingly found acceptance the world over. The lecture focused on the approach of Vedic Maths to solve various mathematical problems which we come across in our day to day life. He initiated the talk by tracing history of Vedic Maths in brief. He introduced various methods such as base method, multiple and sub multiple methods, general multiplication: vertically and crosswise; highlighting the principle involved behind each. He kept the students engaged by giving them some problems to solve and then discussed their solutions before proceeding to next method. All these techniques are extremely useful to do big calculations in a fraction of seconds. The lecture infused interest and curiosity among the students about this art of mental calculation and also laid the foundation for further self-study in the field. At the end students asked their queries which were cleared by him very effectively.
Guest Lecture on Applications of Math in Engineering
No. of Beneficiaries (In-house): 380
Class: VI Sem BSc CMS/E, IV Sem BSc CMS/E/ PME/CS and II Sem BSc CMS/E/ PME/CS/MSE,
Name and details of the Resource Person: Fr. Ajeesh, Department of Basic Sciences & Humanities, Rajagiri School of Engineering & Technology, Kerala.
The Department of Mathematics of Kristu Jayanti College organised a guest lecture on “Applications of Math in Engineering” on 21st January, 2020. Resource person, Fr. Ajeesh, was a prominent alumnus of Kristu Jayanti College. Father focused on students to understand and motivate the importance of Mathematics in the field of Engineering. Father conveyed the message that Maths is the heart of Engineering which plays an important role in each and every stream of Engineering. Father explained about the application of numerical analysis, combinatorics, logic analysis, and algebra in various engineering streams. Father inspired students to have fun in enjoying Maths.
Microsoft Certificate Courses Briefing Session
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: II BCA - A, B, C, E, IV BCA - A, B, C, VI BCA - A, B, C, Total - 408.
Name and details of the Resource Person: Mr. Manish, Head-Institutional Collaboration, ATS Learning Solutions, Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi.
Objective: To create awareness about the benefits of Microsoft Certificate Courses and also about the underlying procedure required to obtain them.
The Department of Computer Science [UG] organized a guest lecture on ‘Microsoft Certification’ on the 17th of December. The respected resource person Mr. Manish briefly introduced how the various competitive exams are only valid locally in India .He also enlightened us to the presence of the Microsoft and Google certifications which are valid all over the world as compared to locally valid exams .He went into detail about the process of the exams and how we could attempt it under our own time and to our convenient location, rather than having to wait for a mass exam at a particular center. He also demonstrated a sample program about android security by hacking through one of the audiences phones. Finally he concluded by reiterating the importance of this certification not only for our academics but also our professional careers.
Lecture on Recent Trends in Computing Intelligence
>Number of beneficiaries: 200 In-house: 150 External:50
Objective: This lecture provides the computing intelligence platform to discuss the state-of-the-art recent trends, key approaches and evolving technologies in the fields of Computational Intelligence.
Name and Details of the Resource Person: Mr.Sanal Kumar, Chief Architect, Huawai Technology, Bangalore The lecture started with invocation song followed by welcome address by Dr. Calistus Jude, Dean of sciences. Vice Principal emphasized on the role played by computational intelligence and congratulated the department. The resource person, Mr. Sanal Kumar , Chief Architect, Huawai Technology , interacted with the audience by giving some brainstorming questions and highlighted the relevance of computational intelligence in the current scenarios. This current scenarios like Machine learning, Deep learning, Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things. Prof. Sevaga Pandian, Staff Coordinator, thanked the participants.
National Mathematics Day
No. of Beneficiaries (In-house): 250
Class: VI Sem BSc CMS/E and IV Sem BSc CMS/E/ PME/CS
Name and details of the Resource Person: Dr.N Naga Maruthi Kumari Professor, Department of Mathematics, School of Physical sciences Reva University, Bangalore.
The Department of Mathematics of Kristu Jayanti College celebrated Srinivasa Ramanujan’s birthday on 18th December, 2019 as National Mathematics Day. The department celebrated National Mathematics Day by organizing quiz and presentations on Graph theory and Golden Ratio by students. Students presented various posters, charts and mathematical models. The program included presentation by Dr. Mamatha, Department of Mathematics, Kristu Jayanti College on “Application of Fuzzy Logic in Road Accidents”. The program witnessed active participation from all the BSc students.
Dr. N Naga Maruthi Kumari was the guest and delivered lecture on “An insight into Abstract Algebra”. Madam introduced many concepts with examples. She gave a relation connecting functions and Pigeonhole principle. Madam also gave a relation to connect Rubik cube with permutation group. Mam, also explained how coding theory is used in ATM pin.
Introduction to Blockchain
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: III PMCS, III PME,III BCA A, III BCA B, III BCA, III BCA D - 384
Name and details of the Resource Person: Mr. Mohamed Ijaz Co-founder, Comorin Consulting Services, Bangalore
Venue: Main Auditorium
The Department of Computer Sciences organized a guest lecture on ‘Introduction to Blockchain’ on 21st August 2019 in Main Auditorium for second year computer science students. The session was led by Mr. Mohamed Ijaz Co-founder, Comorin Consulting Services, Bangalore, Resource person discussed on “BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGIES”, He gave an insight into the various new trends in blockchain, and referred to the transparent, trustless, publicly accessible ledger that allows us to securely transfer the ownership of units of value using public key encryption and working methods. Also specified about the research opportunities based on his research on Blockchain. The seminar, in a whole, was well prepared and well informative.
Create your own future
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: 320
Name and details of the Resource Person: Anil Abraham Philip, Head of Support Services OSB India, Pvt Ltd.
Objective: The lecture was based on the various ways to build a positive attitude and motivate to achieve high success rate in life to adopt the changes the personal experience.
On 31st August 2019, department of computer science [UG] organized a seminar to 2nd year students [BCA, BSc] by Anil Abraham Philip, Head of Support Services OSB India, Pvt Ltd. based on the topic: "Create your own future". His session was very understandable and motivating in a way which made everyone to set the goal. He had a well prepared presentation talk to the students in the auditorium.
The topic was very interesting but he managed to cover the basic information. The topics included challenging, comfort, imagination, discipline and consistency. He also share his rich experience of his own plans of preparing his day-to-day activities with an example. He had pointed out the scopes of opportunities in various career path. He made us understand to get self-motivated and choose the right destination in becoming the successful leader. Time and change of management was also key future of the talk and enriched the audience to be successful.
Introduction to Artificial Inteligence
Classes Attended & Number of Beneficiaries: IIIrd Semester BCA and BSc All Sections, 400 beneficiaries
Name and Details of the Resource Person: Dr. Debabrata Samanta, Assistant Professor of Christ (Deemed to be University)
Venue: Main Audi
The Department of Computer Sciences organised a guest lecture on ‘Introduction to Artificial Intelligence’ on 24th August 2019 in Main Auditorium for second year computer science students. The session was led by Dr. DEBABRATA SAMANTA, Assistant Professor of Christ (Deemed to be University) from 11.00 am to 1.00pm. He had a well prepared presentation, to make it more interesting. Speaker delivered wide set of information and histories of Artificial Intelligence and how the AI applications are utilizing by people and what are the misuses. He also specified about the research opportunities based on his research on Artificial Intelligence. The speaker of the session also gave an opportunity to two students to be a part of his research. Speaker made us comprehend the disadvantages of using the applications like Google, WhatsApp, Instagram app etc. The seminar, in a whole, was well prepared and well informative.
Guest Lecture: Computer Networking
Resource Person: Mr.Dattareyalu TP
Designation: SR gTAC Expert, NOKIA India Pvt Ltd
Date: 20th July 2019
Venue: Main Auditorium
On 20th July 2019, our college had organized a seminar by Mr.Dattareyalu TP based on networking. His session was very understandable in a way which made everyone pay attention to him. While he was speaking, He had a well prepared presentation, to make it more interesting.
The topic was very vast but he managed to make the two hour session as much as informative as he could. The topics included networking, types of networking, VLAN, Routing, switches IP address configuration and much more. He had shown as the IP address of our college as an example. He had pointed out the scopes of networking field as an optional career path. He made us understand that choosing networking as a career is as important as software development. Course to choose for best network careers were also specified. The seminar, in a whole, was well prepared and well informative.
National Statistics Day Celebration
Resource person: Prof. U. H. Acharya
Professor, SQC & OR Unit Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore
On the occasion of the 126th birthday of Prof P.C Mahalanobis, on June 29th , National Statistics Day was celebrated on Friday,28th June 2019 in Kristu Jayanti. Prof U.H Acharya, Prof. at ISI Bengaluru, in the SQC and OR unit was the chief guest. Prof. Sevuga Pndian, coordinator, Computer Science Dept also graced the occasion with his presence. Ms. Tina Maria Roy of Vth BSc[CSMS] welcomed the gathering.
Prof Haridas Acharya gave a talk about the scope of higher studies in Statistics. Sir has told the students about the Post Graduate courses available at ISI as well as other programmes offered by the institute in Bangalore as well as other branches across the country. The session elaborated about the types of various industries and their requirements met by statisticians. He explained the audience about the various statistical tools used in the industry. Real time application of Quality Control, Sampling, Sampling designs, regression, forecasting, Reliability theory and various other aspects were cited. During the interaction session a few questions pertaining to the entrance exam details, scope of Diploma courses in ISI were discussed.
Vote of Thanks was proposed by Ms. Karunya Challa of Vth Bsc[CSMS]. The session was very informative and motivational for all the students.
Mobile App Development using Android
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: IV & VI BCA and BSc All Sections, 540 BENEFICIARIES
Name and details of the Resource Person: Mr.Deepak Ramachandra, CEO, Kushy.com, Mr. Ujjwal kumar, Operations and Product, Kushy.com, Mr. Ravi M S, Product Architect, Kushy.com.
Objective: To talk about the knowledge and application development in Android Environment.
Mr. Ujjwal kumar explained the creation of android apps addressing business requirements, building new services, creating new businesses, and providing games and other types of content for users. Developers choose to develop for Android in order to reach the majority of mobile device users.
A sample creation of android app was shown to the students by Mr. Deepak Ramachandra which in turn gained more interest for the app development.
The Sandbox cookbox and Knife without handles in the industry
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: IV & VI BCA All Sections, 470 BENEFICIARIES
Name and details of the Resource Person: Mr.Ashray Venkat, Full stack developer ,Fryed company and Mr.Hemant Manoranjan,Operation Manager and experiential learning facilitator,Trebound Company.
Objective: To talk about the knowledge and experience in both frontend and backend development.
To impart knowledge on full stack development and to can handle all the work of databases, servers, systems engineering, and clients. Depending on the project, what customers need may be a mobile stack, a Web stack, or a native application stack.
Mr.Hemant interacted with the students by giving an insight into the Integrating experiential learning into content courses builds skills, confidence, and expectations for students to participate in successful internships and work experience. Experiential learning gives students the opportunity to practice and develop attitudes such as resilience, tenacity, curiosity and self-direction.
Date: 25th August 2018
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: III B.Sc. CSME, III B.Sc. CSMS, III BCA A,B,C,D & 330
Name and details of the Resource Person: Ms. Savya Sherlin, Team Lead. Ernst and Young
Objective: To provide the basics of Enterprise Resource Planning
Ms. Sherlin began the session with a note on how the present generation gets influenced by their surroundings and faces peer pressure day in and day out. The speaker emphasized on the importance of self awareness and how critical it is for a person to succeed in life. The students were introduced to a new definition of success –“success is something which should drive you day in and day out and should draw satisfaction and happiness to you.” Ms. Savya told the students to identify the little things that have the power to change their life. The significance of self-motivation cannot be under mined and it would wrong on their part to expect motivation from outer world. Towards the end of the session, the speaker enunciated the difference between positive and negative motivation and also encouraged the students to understand the difference between the two. Ms. Sherlin also conducted a simple story-building exercise with three volunteers. Finally the session was kept open for Q/A session for the students. The students enthusiastically participated in the session.
Recent Trends in Technology
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: I ,II year students of BCA ,BSc CSMS,CSME,PMCS, PME
Name and details of the Resource Person: Mr. Satish Ramaiah , Center of Excellence lead and Technology Transformation Architect for large enterprises at DXC Technologies
To equip the students with knowledge on the opportunities available for them in industry and thereby to bridge the gap between industry and institution.
The Chief Guest, started his speech by appreciating the college for its discipline and mentioned that the college has various programmes to equip the students with Industry-oriented skills, thus making them more competent and employable. He stressed on the importance and impact of Guru's - teachers, in the life of Students. He also stated that in spite of his numerous achievements in the field of IT, the only entity that mattered to him was to keep learning and stay updated in the IT domain. He also expressed that he is jealous on the students for he could no longer be a student in the present time. He concluded the talk by inspiring everyone to work hard towards their goals and to never stop learning.
Data Analytics and Python
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: I BCA A, B, C, D 235 BENEFICIARIES
Name and details of the Resource Person: Ms. Tejaswini, Python Back-end Developer, Google, Bengaluru
Objective: To provide an introduction to data analytics and Python programming
Ms.Tejaswani shared her knowledge and experiences on Data analytics and python programming which can be used to create solution of real world business problems, communicate findings and effectively present results.
Ms.Tejaswini provided an insight into the fundamentals of Data Analytics in a very understandable way with various real time examples. She explained the process of exploring data and reports in order to extract meaningful insights, which can be used to better understand and improve business performance. She also focused on how reporting translates raw data into information and analysis transforms data and information into insights. She gave an overview on the basics of Python Language needed to build web apps and manipulate data. She explained the simple easy-to-use syntax and created awareness among the students to make it a perfect language. The students enthusiastically learnt the concepts of Data Analytics and Python programming and their application in the real world scenario.
Date: 07th July 2018
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: III B.Sc. CSME, III B.Sc. CSMS, III BCA A,B,C,D & 343
Name and details of the Resource Person: Ms. Bhavya Latha, Sr. Consultant, Integration India Pvt. Ltd, Bangalore
Objective: To talk about the global market trends in enterprise software as well as SAP’s current “run simple” strategy.
Ms. Latha gave an introductory description on SAP (System Applications and Products). She emphasized on the demerits of a decentralized approach of data storage, which led to widespread acceptance of SAP. The speaker also cited several advantages of using SAP in a typical business environment. A quick note on ERP solutions was also given by the speaker to correlate with the concept of SAP. Thereafter, Ms. Latha elaborated the functional and technical modules of SAP and also threw light on the Different Industry Solution (DIS) approaches that can be attained through it.
Special attention was given to the SAP HANA which is an in-memory database used for storing frequently used data in RAM. Several features of HANA were discussed at length. The speaker also shared testimony of several eminent personalities who have included SAP in their business setup. The session concluded with an open Q/A session for the audience and the participants showed great enthusiasm by asking their queries.
Industry Expectations and Preparations
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: V BCA D -58
Name and details of the Resource Person: SOLOMON S, Transaction Risk Investigator, TRMS, Amazon.
Objective: To prepare the students to meet current industry expectations.
Mr. Solomon S started the session by talking on the various expectations of the current IT industry and the skills that a student should be equipped with. He spoke on the various packages that are exclusively offered for a student stepping out from the campus. Speaker kept the session interesting and interactive and indeed built confidence in the students.
To further enhance the knowledge of students, he provided an introduction to the “Internet of Things (IOT)”. IOT was explained in a very simple manner with relevant examples. The session continued with a live demonstration of Amazon Echo products and smart bulbs that widened the knowledge of students on the working of IOT and its various applications. Few video clips were also played focusing on the automation and IoT. The two-hour session served as a platform for students to have a deep insight on the current industrial environment, alongside enriching students’ knowledge about current IT trends.
Industry Expectations and Preparations
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: V BCA C -56
Name and details of the Resource Person: UMESH TJ, Transaction Risk Investigator, TRMS, Amazon.
Objective: To prepare the students to meet industry expectations.
Mr. Umesh T J started the session by talking on the various expectations of the current IT industry and the skills that a student should be equipped with. He spoke on the various packages that are exclusively offered for a student stepping out from the campus. Speaker kept the session interesting and interactive and indeed built confidence in the students. Speaker made the students recall their passion, and asked them to give a thought on if they had the same passion ever since their childhood and what are they doing about it? He made the students realize their purpose in life and encouraged the students to grab every opportunity utilize it and extract knowledge from it. He did ask them to take the free courses that are offered by Amazon . He informed the students about the various free and paid offers by Amazon to the students. Finally he concluded by mentioning the basic qualities that an individual should have in their lives namely Faith, Hope and Love.
Emerging Technologies in IoT
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: I BCA A, B, C, D 235 Students
Name and details of the Resource Person: Mr. Ashray Venkat, Full Stack Developer, Fryed Advertising, Bengaluru
Mr. Ashray Venkat provided an insight to the Internet of Things (IoT) which is the network of physical devices, vehicles, home appliances, and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and connectivity. He also explained with examples how it enables these things to connect and exchange data, creating opportunities for more direct integration of the physical world into computer-based systems, resulting in efficiency improvements, economic benefits, and reduced human exertions. He spoke on how the technology allows those components to be connected together, communicate, and add value to the data generated. He elaborated on cyber security and privacy issues highlighting on how IoT can optimize processes and improve efficiencies in our business. Discussion was entertained from the perspective of an IoT developer with the efficiency of the day to day applications. The resource person shared his expertise in choosing the basic tools for the IoT development. The students have shown interest in the migration skills required for an IoT developer.
Number of beneficiaries: V BCA ‘A’ : 50 In-house: 50 External:Nil
Resource Persons with details:
1. Ms.Shirley Mercy Shalom(Alumni of KJC) System Engineer, VMware Inc,Bangalore
Objective: To provide an introduction to Virtualization, VMware inc, their products and job opportunities.
Ms.Shirley Mercy Shalom provided an introduction to VMware, Inc. which is a subsidiary of Dell Technologies that provides cloud computing and platform virtualization software and services .She spoke on the VMware's desktop software that runs on Microsoft Windows, Linux, and mac OS. She also shared her knowledge on its enterprise software hypervisor for servers, VMware ESXi, which is a bare-metal hypervisor that runs directly on server hardware without requiring an additional underlying operating system. Shirley also shared her knowledge on the industry expectations from the students and various job opportunities available in the market. She also instructed the students to do certification courses which will add on their value in the job market.
Business Consultancy and Microsoft Dynamics
Date: 30th June 2018
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: III B.Sc. CSME, III B.Sc. CSMS, III BCA A,B,C,D & 330
Name and details of the Resource Person: Jayananth C Joseph
Objective: To introduce the basics of Enterprise Resource Planning
Mr. Joseph began the session with an enlightening note on the need of ERP solutions in the market today. He emphasized the role played by them in various sectors like purchasing, finance etc. The students were also given a complete picture of the sure step methodology which is used in the industry to improve consistency and agility of the process. The speaker also elaborated the various features of Dynamics 365 (version 9). He described the various industries where it is widely applied. Some of the notable ones are manufacturing, retail, distribution, transportation, warehouses, and customer support centers.
Towards the end of the session, the available career options in this field were also cited. As a business consultant, technical developer or as a techno-consultant where the job profile includes being the front face of the customer, writing the most optimum code and a combination of both respectively. The session ended with question and answer session which provided an opportunity for the students to get their queries answered..
English for Competitive Exams
Date: 30th June 2018
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: I BSc[PMCS] , 45
Name and details of the Resource Person: Dr. Navkiran Kaur Bedi Faculty, Department Of English Kristu Jayanti College
Objective: Improve language skills of students
The lecture on “English for Competitive Exams” dealt with the kind of questions which can be expected in any competitive exams. Dr. Navkiran Kaur Bedi explained the importance of joy of reading rather than mugging huge books. The session was very interactive as it involved discussions and question & answer session. The students got an insight into how to improvise their vocabulary by using new words in day to day life. The usage of certain ambiguous words which are commonly used were a key part of the discussion. The session involved tasks where in the students were assigned work related to finding as many number of synonyms as possible for a set of words.
Career Opportunities in Electronics
Date: 30.06.2018, SATURDAY
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: I BSc CSME/I BSc PME 68 Students
Name and details of the Resource Person: Prof Rajashree Padaki, HOD Dept of Electronics, SFGC, Yelahanka New Town, Bengaluru
Objective: To know future prospects in Electronics
Professor Rajashree Padaki spoke on the changing global landscapes in electronics design and manufacturing capabilities. She also highlighted that various cost structures have turned the attention of global companies towards India. The speaker informed the students on the 65% of the electronics being currently imported and it is only less than 10% of the electronic systems that are completely designed and manufactured in India.The resource person also shared her knowledge on various electronics applications markets such as telecom electronics, automotive electronics, consumer electronics and industrial electronics and the huge number of job opportunities available in these domains.
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: V BSC CSMS/E 58 students
Name and details of the Resource Person: Anjali K Vasudevan, IQVIA
Objective: To provide an awareness on the current demands in the IT industry
Ms.Anjali Vasudevan shared the profile of IQVIA and its various services and products. She also shared the job responsibilities of a associate Clinical Data Programmer. She explained the basic concepts of data analytics in a very simple manner with real time examples. She explained the process of data collection, cleaning, analysis and predictions. The speaker also provided an insight on the various techniques of data mining together with the recent applications and trends in it. The resource person ended the session by inspiring the students to be an expert in at least one field. The speaker answered the questions raised by the students.
Orientation on Statistics and it's Applications
Classes Attended & Number of beneficiaries: I Semester B.Sc(CSMS) & 44 students
Name and details of the Resource Person: Prof. Purushotham Rao
Objective: To orient the students regarding the applications of Statistics
Prof. Purushotham Rao, explained the importance of Statistics in real life and its various applications. He shared his experiences on various statistics projects . He enriched the students on the scope of Statistics in the industry and in academics. The speaker also introduced different statistical software which are in use today. The speaker discussed the use of statistics in the fields of medicine, insurance, business, psychology, education etc. He also spoke on different statistical tools used in prediction and analysis. The resource person stressed on the importance of statistics from the research point of view. He elaborated on the use of statistical skills by the researchers to collect the relevant data and also discussed the loss of money, time and data if the collection of data itself was not done properly. Towards the end of the session he answered all the questions raised by the students. It was an interesting and informative session.
Guest lecture on advance communication systems
The department of Electronics (Computer Science) organized a guest lecture on August 29, 2017 by Mr. John Kurian, J.S. Instruments, Bangalore for the V B.Sc. (CSME) students.
The resource person delivered a technical session on advance communication systems. In this session he spoke about the different digital modulation techniques that we are using in latest communication systems. He also gave a practical demonstration on how these digital modulation techniques can be generated by using JS-703 communication kit. JS-703 is a communication kit designed by J.S instruments.
Guest lecture by Shri. Srinivas H. L
The department of Computer Science organized a guest lecture on July 1, 2017 by Shri. Srinivas H. L, Scientist, ISRO Satellite Center, Bangalore for the I and III BCA and B.Sc. Students.
He uncovered the reasons for launching Indian satellite from Sriharikota and for using American components for constructing Indian satellites. The details such as the cost of making Indian satellites are 400 crore, American satellites are 1800 core, Life term and Quality of American satellite’s components are provided to the students.
Guest lecture by Mr. Kumar Shanmugam
The department of Computer Science organized a guest lecture on August 11, 2017 by Mr.Kumar Shanmugam, Vice President, Wells Fargo India Solutions Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru.
Mr. Kumar Shanmugam has addressed the gathering of I, II and III year BCA, B.Sc. CSMS and B.Sc. CSME on the need for technical persons from industry to have continuous mentoring in the educational institutions. Since the opportunity to learn emerging techniques are more for the current students, he advised them to use them efficiently and dedicate themselves to the work in which they are indulged in.
Guest lecture on Internet of Things
The department of Computer Science organized a guest lecture on June 23, 2017 by Mr. Tandava V Popuri Director, DELL (EMC) on the topic ‘Internet of Things’. Mr. Tandava V Popuri discussed about Internet of Things, Bigdata, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Language.
Guest Lecture on rule based learning and adaptable learning
The department of Computer Science organized a guest lecture on July 15, 2017 by Mr. Sawrav Roy, Senior Software Development Engineer, Amazon Fulfilment Technologies, Bangalore for the III and V semester BCA and B.Sc.
Mr. Roy differentiated between the rule based learning and adaptable learning. He quoted the difference between how a machine works when it is made to do a routine task having pre-defined set of rules and when it has find an adaptable solution. The speaker further explored the adaptable learning aspect by quoting the example of “steps involved in distinguishing between an apple and orange (for a machine)”. He emphasized that we go for machine learning when the human expertise for a task doesn’t exist or when humans are unable to explain their expertise or when the solution has to be adapted with changes in the environment. Mr. Roy, also explained the various forms of machine learning-association analysis, supervised and unsupervised learning, and reinforcement learning to name a few.
Guest lecture on Data Analytic
The department of Computer Science organized a guest lecture on Data Analytic by Dr. Jayashree R, Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, PES University, Bangalore for the III and V semester BCA and B.Sc. Students.
Dr. Jayashree dissected the term “Data Analytics” into two constituent terms, data which is arrangement of known symbols and analytics which is the application of some algorithm(s) on the dataset to achieve meaningful results. She quoted data analytics to be a multi-disciplinary subject involving mathematics, statistics, data management and data science based. She also gave several examples where data analytics can be applied on a day to day basis.
The professor then categorized data as unstructured, semi-structured and structured and also discussed the two common types of analytics -Predictive and Prescriptive. Dr. Jayashree thereafter discussed the steps involved in data analytics- data gathering, data cleaning, data transformation and data modelling.
Guest lecture on Cyber Security
The department of Computer Science organized a guest lecture on Cyber Security by Dr. S. Senthil, Director, School of Computer Science and Applications, Reva University, Bangalore for the III and V semester BCA and B.Sc. Students.
Dr. S. Senthil began the session with an introductory video on motivation and continued to talk on networks, security and the need for network security. He also spoke about dealing with network security and its four stages authentication, privacy/confidentiality, integrity and non-repudiation. He then continued on available security tools cryptography and signatures. He also elaborated on cryptography and types of cryptography algorithms. The guest also spoke about Symmetric key cryptography and Asymmetric key cryptography. Encryption and types of encryption algorithms such as Substitution ciphers, Symmetric key cryptography, Caesar cipher and Geometric pattern encoding are discussed in the session.
Technical session on Data Science
The department of Computer Science, Kristu Jayanti College organized a Technical session on Data Science on July 2, 2016 for the III and V semester BCA and B.Sc. Students.
Mr. Partha Mazumder gave the Technical Session on Big Data Analytics. He spoke about the potential which the field of data science offers and how students can make use of their college learning to reach that potential.
Insight into College Life: Interaction
The department of Computer Science, Kristu Jayanti College organized an interactive session ‘Insight into College Life’ on July 2, 2016.
The Managing Partners of 338 incorp, Mr. Kurian George and Mr. Jobith Basheer addressed the students of the department and discussed about the expectations which the students have set for their college life. They motivated the students to make use of the facilities provided in the college to the maximum possible extent, with anecdotes from their college life.
Guest lecture on Network Security
The department of Computer Science, Kristu Jayanti College organized a guest lecture on Network Security on July 23, 2016 for the III and V semester BCA and B.Sc. Students.
The resource person, Mr. Sanal Kumar, Training Manager, NETCRAFTZ, Bangalore spoke on the differences between a router and a switch. He also dealt with the structure of the IP address and its format. Basics of network security was also discussed. He spoke in detail about the “CIA”, Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability, which forms the backbone of any network security.
Guest lecture on Mathematical Modelling
The department of Computer Science, Kristu Jayanti College organized a guest lecture on Mathematical Modelling on July 20, 2016 for the B.Sc. Mathematics students.
Resource Person, Dr Pranesh, Professor, Department of Mathematics,Christ University started off the session with the question what is Mathematics? He commented that Mathematics is required for everybody in one way or other. He gave examples and applications of Mathematical Modelling. Dr. Pranesh explained how Forensic Mathematics is applied to change the blurred image to clear image and also spoke about various carrier and higher study opportunities after B.Sc. Mathematics.
Guest lecture on Life in Corporate & its Culture
A guest lecture on the topic “Life in Corporate & its Culture” was organized by the department of Computer Science, Kristu Jayanti College on June 27, 2015. The lecture was delivered by the resource person, Mr. Manzoor, Service Delivery Coordinator, Unisys, Bangalore.
He spoke about how to make oneself flexible when he/she joins a corporate company and also conducted few interactive activities. The session focused on the culture of corporate companies, how to answer in interviews, positive body language, how to develop programs and projects and how to work in a team.
Guest Lecture: MOODLE (LMS)
The department of Computer Science, Kristu Jayanti College conducted a session on “MOODLE (LMS) on July 4, 2015. Mr. Pandian, Coordinator, UG Computer Science addressed the students and delivered lecture on MOODLE (Learning Management System). He also spoke on how to register in MOODLE.
The department of Computer Science, Kristu Jayanti College organized a lecture on “Networking Technologies” on February 13, 2016 for the VI semester BCA and B.Sc. students.
The resource person, Mr. Pavan Kumar K, System Executive, CTS, Bangalore elaborated on various networking technologies which is dominating the present corporate sector. He also briefed about various networking courses based on the expectation of the industry.
Guest lecture on Virtualization, Cloud and IT Security
The department of Computer Science, Kristu Jayanti College on September 19, 2015 conducted a session on “Virtualization, Cloud and IT Security”. The students were addressed by Mr. Mohan Jagganath, Technology Solution Consultant, HP Global Soft, Bangalore.
Mr. Jagganath spoke about the Virtualization and how it divides the resources of a computer into multiple execution environments, such as hardware and software partitioning, time-sharing, partial or complete machine simulation, emulation, quality of service, and many others which made the talk more interesting.
Guest Lecture: Introduction to Android
On 5th December 2015, a session on “Introduction to Android” was arranged for the VI BCA/B.Sc. students by the department of Computer Science, Kristu Jayanti College, Bangalore.
Mr. Jobith M Basheer Hemant, student of MCA and alumni of BCA, Kristu Jayanti College gave a brief presentation on the features of android, building blocks of android, hardware and software running on android and security issues in android. He also spoke on the android studio and its importance.
Workshop on Project Management Tools
The department of Computer Science, Kristu Jayanti College a session on “Project Management Tools” on December 15, 2015 for the IV BCA/B.Sc. students.
Mr. Mr.Ramanathan and Dr. Gnanasankaran, Faculty, Department. of Computer Science introduced MS Project to the students and narrated the applications of SPM tools. Demonstrations on developing a plan, assigning resources to tasks, tracking progress, managing the budget, and analyzing workloads were shown to the students.
Brainstorming session on Galaxia
The department of computer science organized a “Brainstorming session on Galaxia” on November 29, 2014. Mr. Amjad Hassan Khan, faculty, department of computer science explained the Galaxia projects on electronics, computer science, mathematics and statistics domains. The session focused to create awareness on the project which were developed by the senior BCA/B.Sc. students.
Technical Talk on Theory to Practice
Department of Computer Science, Kristu Jayanti College organized a Technical Talk on Theory to Practice on July 26, 2014. The Resource person for the day was Mr. Richard Nelson, alumni of Kristu Jayanti College who is currently working with Ernst and Young as a Tax Associate.
Mr. Nelson educated students on the Time Management and how to categorize the important, urgent, non-urgent and non-important things that we do. Career Opportunities for BCA students, especially in Ernst and Young was discussed.
A session on Interview Procedure and how to succeed in an interview boost us with positive knowledge.
On the August 8, 2014, the department of computer science at Kristu Jayanti College organized ‘Conexus’, in collaboration with EMC2 by way of academic alliance to give computer science students the necessary training based on the industry curriculum.
Mr. Rajesh R Nambiar, the resource person for the day in his address, gave a brief description of what the IT market was in the past, what it is now and what it will be in the future. “We are moving into an era where the internet will change our lives. When this happens, what we are learning will not be valuable in the future”. He also said that students need to be well equipped and updated as to what are the changes that are taking place in the IT market.
An official inauguration saw Mr. Rajesh R Nambiar present a certificate of membership was offered to Rev. Fr. Josekutty P.D., making the college a member of EMC2.
Guest Lecture on Mathematical Foundations for computer science
On the November 29, 2014, the department of computer science at Kristu Jayanti College organized a session on “Mathematical Foundations for computer science” by Ms. Diana Susan D’Roza, faculty, Computer Science department.
The lecture focused on how simple things like a digital image taken by a camera is made up of some of the applications of Mathematics such as Matrices. The session threw light on several areas in Mathematics such as Matrices, Vectors, Analytical Geometry, Calculus and their applications in computer science. The session ended with a few queries from the students.
Guest lecture on Software Development Life Cycle
The department of computer science at Kristu Jayanti College organized a guest lecture on Software Development Life Cycle on June 28, 2014 for the V semester BCA/B.Sc. (CSME/CSMS) students.
The Lecture delivered by Mr. Anthony Vincent, Faculty, KJC aimed at providing the students with knowledge on different life cycle models that are instrumental in developing any software.
The lecture communicated all basic and crucial methodologies that enable one at every step in the making of a project. It also dealt with the common misunderstandings that led to the fall of many efficient life cycle models, preaching a disciplinary lesson on listening skills.
Guest Lecture on Cyber Security
The department of Computer Science organized a guest lecture on July 19, 2013 for the I, III and V semester students of BCA, B.Sc. and CSMS/CSME on the topic “Cyber Security”
The resource person, Mr. Ankit Fadia, a cyber-security and cyber terrorism expert elaborated on different aspects of cyber security with practical demonstrations on breaches of cyber security and possible precautions to tackle this problem.
Faculty Coordinators, Mr. S. Aswin and Ms. Anita. C was also present during the guest lecture.
Guest lecture on Big Data Analytics and Emerging Web Technologies
The department of Computer Science organized a guest lecture on August 24, 2013 on the topic “Big Data Analytics and Emerging Web Technologies” by Mr. David Vikrant.
Mr. Vikrant addressed the II and III year BCA and B.Sc. starting with the introduction to the new branch of big data and its definition, various technologies and tools used in big data analytics, various challenges faced by big data analytics and the concept of big data providing competitive advantage. Mr. David also briefed about the emerging web technologies like back in responsive web design, multi device design and faster development.
Guest lecture on cloud computing
The department of Computer Science organized a guest lecture on cloud computing on 3 August, 2013 by Mr. Neel, for the first and third year BCA and B.Sc students.
Mr. Neel discussed about the market need of cloud technology and its advantages and disadvantages. The main aim of cloud computing was discussed along with the main characteristics of cloud computing like massive scale, homogeneity, virtualization, resilient computing, low cost software, geographic distribution, service orientation and advanced security technology were discussed. The three cloud service models were also detailed out.
Guest lecture on Importance of Communication Skills
The department of Computer Science organized a guest lecture on January 18, 2014 for the students of third year BCA and B.Sc. by Mr. Emmanuel Dawson on the “Importance of Communication Skills”.
The speaker stressed on the importance of communication skills in various walks of life. The importance of fluency in English and how to grab the opportunities was elaborated by Mr. Dawson.
Guest lecture on Hadoop
A Hadoop session was organized by the department of Computer Science on January 31, 2014 for the second and third year BCA and B.Sc. students. Mr. Shamshad Ansari, President, CEO of Accure Pvt. Ltd. was the resource person for the day.
The resource person went on to explain the history of Hadoop, the advantages and applications of Hadoop and also how Hadoop can be used in different areas such as healthcare, aviation industry etc.
The speaker elaborated on how Hadoop can crunch enormous amount of data and how hadoop can analyse large amount of data quickly and highlighted the fact that the major industries /institutions are now installing Hadoop systems.
Guest lecture on: Emerging Trends in System Design and IC Design
The department of Computer Science conducted a guest lecture on the topic “Emerging Trends in System Design and IC Design” on March 11, 2014. The resource person, Mr. Elangovan, Product Manager – Livewire explained PCB construction, IC design technology and the various steps in IC design. He emphasized that there are increasing job opportunities in the field of IC design.
Guest lecture on IT Opportunities in Banking
The department of Computer Science organized a session on the “IT Opportunities in Banking” for the third year BCA and B.Sc. students on September 21, 2018. The resource person, Mr. S. Krishnan explained about how banks functions and also discussed policy of financial intrusion.
The importance of technology in banking and especially the field of security were emphasized. The speaker highlighted the various opportunities available in the banking sector for the IT professionals.
Guest lecture on “Software Testing”
The department of Computer Science organized a guest lecture on “Software Testing” by Ms. Parimala Hariprasad, Project Manager, Moolya Software Testing Services on March 1, 2014.
Ms. Pramila Hariprasad addressed questions such as what is testing? How to find solution to the problems, How to become a good tester? and many more.
The speaker gave a brief introduction about the programming languages like C and C++. The guest elaborated on how to get a job in the testing field and how to enhance the skills and improve soft skills.
Guest Lecture on Cloud Computing
The department of Computer Science (UG) organized a guest lecture for the first year students of BCA, B.Sc and CSMS/E on July 28, 2012. The resource person for the day, Mr. Abdul Ahad, Service Delivery Manager, HP addressed the students on the topic Cloud Computing.
Mr. Ahad described Cloud Computing in a profound manner and discussed the use of resources (hardware and software) delivered as a service over a network along with the different types of public cloud computing. The resource person also mentioned the advantages of cloud computing. For better understanding of the facts, the speaker presented a number of examples such as Google Application Engine, EC2 and Amazon S3.
Guest Lecture on Software Development Life Cycle
The department of Computer Science organized a guest lecture for the final year students of BCA, B.Sc. CSMS/E on July 7, 2012. The resource person for the day, Mr. Vimal Prabhakar, Systems Analyst, Accenture conducted a session on Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC).
The orator spoke about the various software development life cycle models like Waterfall model, V model and Agile methodology and also product development, system integration, managed delivery, application outsourcing and consulting.
Mr. Vimal Prabhakar delivered the explanations for STLC Software Testing Life Cycle, white box and black box testing. The sitting was concluded with a thought provoking interactive session with the students.
Guest Lecture on Software Testing
The Department of Computer Science organized a guest lecture on “Software Testing” on September 1, 2012 for the third semester BCA and B.Sc. students of the department. Mrs. Parimala Hariprasad, Test Manager of Moolya.com – ‘brainual software testing services’ was the resource person for the day.
In her words, Testing is nothing but ‘Questioning a product in order to evaluate it' and defined bug in simple terms. She also mentioned the programming part of testing, using C#, .net, ruby, python, C, C++ etc. Mrs. Parimala Hariprasad also discussed the various myths associated with the testing job – that it is a boring job, low salaries, no reputation etc. She concluded the session with the success mantra – ‘Passion to dream big, Curiosity to learn and Resilience.’
Guest Lecture on Joy of Java
A guest lecture on ‘Joy of Java’ was organized for the final year B.Sc., BCA and CSMS/E students by the Department of Computer Science on September 11, 2012. It Mr. Claurence J M Tauro, Senior Technical Content Developer- Technical Training, Spring Source – a division of vmware was the resource person.
The session started with differentiating Java from the other Programming Languages and Mr. Tauro went on to explain why Java is not a pure objected language. The speaker briefly touched upon ‘heaps’- the partition in memory to allocate objects by Java Virtual Machine, reference and deference, and Garbage Collection.
A practical workout program was executed in the end, which demonstrated the real power of Java – 1010 instructions getting executed per second. A number of MCQs were discussed which would be helpful for the students during placement period.
Guest Lecture on Ethical Hacking
The Department of Computer Science organized a guest lecture on ‘Ethical Hacking’ was organized on the July 28, 2012 for the second and third year Computer Science students. The resource person for the day was Mr. Daniel Richard, Business Operations – IT, Technofist, Bangalore.
Mr. Richard spoke about work groups, switches, Internet Protocol versions 4 and 6 and TCP/IP. He also discussed about trojans and back door entries, scams, pop ups, how to hack a wireless network, cryptography, fibre optics and RJ45. A questionnaire was distributed in the end to collect the feedback from the students.
Guest Lecture on IT Certifications
The Department of Computer Science conducted a guest lecture on “IT Certifications” on July 14, 2012 for the entire students of the department. An eminent IT Certification Professional, Mr. R Janarthanan was the resource person for the lecture.
Mr. R Janarthanan discussed the importance of IT Certifications. The speaker also shared the pattern of an IT job interview - a written test, technical interview, group discussion and an HR interview. He discussed the features that the industry expects from a fresher. In addition to this, the presenter detailed the tracks to be pursued in the IT industry - System Track, Network Track, Programming Track, Application Track and Software Testing and the certifications existing in each track and concluded the session with the talk on IT Certification Exams.
Guest Lecture on Power Habits
The Department of Computer Science organized a guest lecture on the topic, ‘Power Habits’ by Mr. Melki Sedek Jayakumar, Project Manager, Elevate on February 2, 2013 for the VI Sem BCA/B.Sc students.
Mr. Jayakumar highlighted the Power of Habits in almost all scenarios of the life. He talked spoke about habit formations and how one can change habits. He also stressed on the time management and the objectives in life. Few group activities were also conducted to make the students gain a better understanding of themselves.
Guest lecture on ‘Oracle’
The Department of Computer Science organized a guest lecture on ‘Oracle’ on July 7, 2012 for the first and third semester students of BCA, B.Sc., and CSMS/E. The resource person for the day was Mr. Rajesh Diwakaran, Senior Manager, People Soft Enterprise.
Mr. Diwakaran discussed the key topics such as Oracle Product Stack, Oracle Database evolution and Oracle certifications. The speaker briefly touched upon ERP – Enterprise Resource Planning, and its benefits. The students were informed about the various certification courses offered by Oracle like OCA – Oracle Certified Associate, OCP – Oracle Certified Professional, OCE – Oracle Certified Expert and OCM – Oracle Certified Master.
Guest lecture on “Touch The Cloud”
The Department of Computer Science organized a guest lecture on “Touch The Cloud” on the September 1, 2012 exclusively for the final year students of the department. The resource person for the day was Mr. Mohammed Sadiq, MCA, Technical Head, Aptech Banaswadi.
Mr. Sadiq discussed cloud computing along with the different types of public cloud computing – Iaas (Infrastructure as a service), PaaS (Platform as a service), SaaS (Software as a service) etc.
For better understanding of the facts, the speaker presented a number of examples such as Google Application Engine, EC2 and Amazon S3. The session came to an conclusion with an interactive session with the students.