An Intro Event was organized for First year Students. They were given introduction for our ACM Student Chapter and it's inner workings. And they were informed about various activities like workshops, events, seminars and competitions. They were told about the ACM membership, it's benefits and the process for applying.
An web development and designing event, “Andorid SurpriseBox Challenge” was organised by the ACM Student chapter of CCET (Degree Wing), on 10 August, 2018 in CL-7, under the guidance of Faculty Mentor and CSE HOD, Dr. Sunil K. Singh and Faculty Sponsor Mr. Sudhakar Kumar. The event was meant to test the participants’ Android development skills by challenging them to create a To-DO List app for Android.
1st: Gurkanwal Singh(Co17324), Rupam Goyal (Co17351) , Gursimar Singh (Co17325)
2nd: Prateek Sharma (LCo17372), Puru Verma (LCo17374)
3rd: Monarch Hasija (Co17338), Nandini Sidana (Co17339)
A web development and designing event, “Code in the Dark” was organised by the ACM Student chapter of CCET (Degree Wing), on 27th July, 2018 in CL-7, under the guidance of Faculty Mentor and CSE HOD, Dr. Sunil K. Singh and Faculty Sponsor Mr. Sudhakar Kumar. The event focussed on testing the fundamental web development skills of the participants. Participants engaged in a fast paced 45 minute coding session to re-create a sample web-page using only HTML and CSS. The sample web-page, including different components like cards, banner, background, header, footer, navbar and background, tested participants in all aspects of web development.
Hour of code was organized by the ACM students chapter on 12/18/17. Students of all streams CSE, ECE, CIVIL, and MECH participated in the event. In addition to them, students from the diploma wing were also present. This year too, Hour of Code involved a number of interactive tutorials in various languages as per the requirement of the student. The first-year students also worked on logical puzzles on www.code.org. Finally, in teams of two, students had to solve certain logical problems online. Certificates of completion were provided to the students. It was a fun-filled day with a lot of interaction between students and teachers. Many new students showed interest in joining the ACM chapter. The presence of 62 students was observed.
Abstract: To mark the onset of a new session of ACM Student Chapter of CCET, the first event Code For Fun was organized by members of ACM@CCET on August 31, 2017. Participants were introduced to MIT APP INVENTOR and creation of some basic Android apps was demonstrated. which was followed by a competition to make the most innovative app using MIT APP INVENTOR. Participation of a total of 50 students in teams of 2 made the event a success.
Abstract: ACM@CCET organized an interactive tech session on a popular photo editing and manipulation software, Adobe Photoshop, on 10th August 2017. The session was hosted by a 3rd-year computer science student, Madhurdeep Singh, Design Head (ACM Students Chapter). The event witnessed a gathering of 50 participants including students from all the streams. The event broadly focused on the basics of image editing and also provided a hands-on experience to the participants. A total of three mini projects were built which included posters, website and app backgrounds etc. All the questions by the participants were also answered on the go. It was a successful event where many acquired a new skill. This event will also help the participants prepare for the upcoming event: "Blue Print", which is a designing competition.
Abstract: ACM@CCET student chapter conducted a seminar on Git and Github on August 3, 2017. The aim of the seminar was to tell the audience about the concept of Github, its application. The seminar also included a hands-on session on github where the speakers demonstrated the working of Github. The seminar was hosted by Anubhav Gupta, Rajwinder Singh and Simranpal Kaur. The target audience comprised of 1st , 2nd and 3rd year students.
Abstract: Build.tomorrow() : A Machine Learning Hackathon. buildT is developer's hackathon where top developers will work on implementing the concepts of machine learning in various field affecting our daily lives. All with the aim of building a better future.
Abstract: BRootForce, A Developer's Hackathon ACM@CCET student chapter organised a developer's hackathon, BRootForce , on 1 st April 2017. The event was a battle of the best. The top 10 teams from Codathon 3.0 ( https://hackerearth.com/codathon-3-0 ) were eligible for BRootForce. A total of 20 students from various colleges of tri-city turned up for the event. The event was hosted on the online platform HackerEarth with the link https://brootforce.hackerearth.com and the students had to develop software on any one of the five given themes. The themes provided were interesting and designed to test the application of the knowledge the students had gained in the classroom. The themes covered various trending topics in Computer Science like Socket Programming , Mobile Application , Digital Image Processing , Artificial Intelligence and Cryptography . The participants were equally excited to take up the challenge. In the end, Dr. Sunil K. Singh , HoD of CSE Department, gave a technical- cum-motivational talk to the students and the students left the college in high spirits; having tested their knowledge for once and then gained some more from the talk.
Abstract: Codathon 3.0, the 3rd event of the Codathon coding competition series, was organised from 23rd-25th March 2017. It was the biggest ever event held by the ACM Student Chapter of CCET. It was tri-city level event, with participation from students of all reputed colleges of the region. This time Codathon was a preliminary event for BRootForce, a Developer's Hackathon. It was organised on online coding platform HackerEarth on the link www.hackerearth.com/codathon-3-0 . Students of PEC, UIET, Chitkara University and CGC tested all their coding prowess to book a berth in BRootForce. A total of 240 students all over the region, out of which 106 were from CCET, participated in the competition. The tough level of questions ensured that only the best could prevail. So, the team of ACM@CCET is gearing up for a tough competition in BRootForce this weekend. Top 10 teams from Codathon would be selected for BRootForce. The final results for Codathon would be out on 26th March 2017.
Abstract: Codathon 2.0, , second event of the Codathon series, was organised on 20 January 2017 in the college premises by the CCET ACM Student Chapter in collaboration with HackerEarth from 2pm-5pm. . Codathon 2.0 was hosted online on the URL www.hackerearth.com/codathon-2-0 . It witnessed the largest turnout ever for a college level event. A total 80 students of 1 st , 2 nd and 3 rd year turned up for the event. event The main aim of the Codathon serie series is to test as well as enhance coding prowess of the students. This event has been successful because of the constant support of the faculty, hard work of the student officers and the large number of people who came to attempt this test. The winners of the event are as follows: Paras Chadha (CO14340, 3 rd year) and Upinder Singh (CO14360, 3 rd year) got the first position, Nayan Gupta (CO14339, 3 rd year) and Hitesh Kaushik (CO14326, 3 rd year) got the second position and Aditya Bansal (CO14306, 3 rd year) got t the third position. Dr. Sunil K. Singh, Head of Department CSE, distributed certificates to the winners.
Abstract: Hour of code was organized by the ACM students chapter on 9/12/2016. Students of all streams CSE, ECE, CIVIL and MECH participated in the event. This year Hour of Code involved a number of interactive tutorials in various languages as per the requirement of the student. The first-year students also worked on logical puzzles on www.code.org. Finally, in teams of two, students had to solve certain logical problems online. Certificates of completion were provided to the students. The presence of 42 students was observed.
Abstract: In this event, a total of 42 CSE students participated in a team of 3. The Codathon 1.0 is a coding competition where a set of 3 questions were given to all the teams that were to be solved and coded using a programming language of their choice for duration of one and half hour. Some aptitude based questions were also asked in between as an extra challenge for the participants for whom extra points were awarded.
Abstract: In this event, a total of 63 CSE first year students participated. The Come for Code event contained an interactive tutorial for the development of Android Apps in a Google Chrome extension called MIT App Inventor. This extension is an interactive Drag & Drop application to make apps which can be used to make simple android apps and show the different programming paradigms to the fresh minds of students. Students were also introduced to ACM Student Chapter and its machinery. Students showed high enthusiasm for the event.