The COMPUTER SOCIETY OF INDIA (acronym as CSI) was formed in the year 1965. Since its inception, CSI has been paving the way for the IT industry to advance in the right direction. By indulging within itself most famous IT leaders, brilliant scientists and dedicated academicians, CSI has been highly successful in setting highest benchmarks in the field of professional competence with high quality commitment. It has set up a remarkable example by providing high range of services and networking opportunities through workshops, seminars, conventions and courses in which major faces of the industry have actively participated and exchanged valuable knowledge and ideas.
C.S.I. in A.K.G.E.C. Since CSI student chapter has evolved in AKGEC, it has been one of the most active societies of the institute by organising events and workshops which have proven to be blockbusters in the college. The active image of the society becomes more prominent during the annual national level event, The Initiative, wherein the society asks students to provide solutions to the burning issues our country is facing. CSI AKGEC Chapter is known for its highly skilled team members, and the efficiency & quality of the events and workshops that it conducts. Recently Team CSI conducted Java and Android workshop, Ethical Hacking workshop which saw immense participation among the students! Another blockbuster event of CSI AKGEC chapter includes the online gaming event Route De Moksha which has always proven to be the best event conducted in the College tech fest. Though not being organised since a couple years, lets hope the famous RDM will make a return soon enough! The incredible efforts put in by the student members of the society always earn significant admiration.
Year wise Sessional Reports
Our society has provided various opportunities to showcase various technical skills of programmers through exceptional events like RDM, Vacanza, Cine, Initiative, and workshops like java and android, ethical hacking, web development, UI with Mongo DB. We are glad to see a massive participation hence leading to the most active branch of CSI. For more details and information you can visit our:
Dr. Avdhesh Gupta, IT Dept.
The Workshop of ReactJS “RENDER” was conducted from 5th May 2022 to 8th May 2022. The workshop process included the registration of students from the link given by us. The registration was open for all branches of 1st and 2nd year. The venue was Advance IT Lab 1 and Advance IT Lab 2 and timings are:
5th May 2022 – Thursday 4:00 PM to 7:00PM
6th May 2022 – Friday 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
7th May 2022 – Saturday 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
8th May 2022 – Sunday 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
DESCRIPTION ABOUT THE ROUNDS-
REGISTRATION –The registration started on 30th April 2022, students were asked to register themselves using the provided link and pay the fees either by cash or online and verify the payment at the helpdesks at Backblock or CS/IT block. 42 students who registered with payment were given confirmation mail within 24hrs.
DAY 1 – A complete guide of HTML and its elements, attributes, events, color names, entities, character-sets, URL encoding, language codes, browser support were taught from very basic to intermediate level.
DAY 2 – A guide of CSS and all its properties, selectors with syntax, browser support, functions, fonts, colors, and more from complete basic to intermediate level.
DAY 4 – A brief introduction to ReactJS, setting up React application, understanding package managers, project structures and completed the project “Expense Tracker”.
• Everything was taught under the mentorship of 3rd Year and doubts or queries on topics were resolved by 2nd Year CSI student coordinators.
• Following the end of each day with a quick quiz and top 3 performers were awarded gift vouchers and badges.
• Interactive sessions were held to lighten the mood with games and the winners were awarded chocolates.
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The coding event of CSI was conducted on 13th February. The Coding Event process included the registration of students on the online link. The Coding Event was open for all branches. The Coding Event was conducted in CS/IT labs 3rd floor on an online platform “Hackerrank”. The Event saw massive participations from students and more 217 students participated in the event. The Coding Event included questions on various real-life problems. There were a total of 6 questions ranging from questions of easy level to advanced level. A total of 2 hours was given to the participants to solve respective problems using different Algorithms. Administrative and discipline issues were coordinated by CSI members. In each year, one winner and two consolation prizes were given with a prize money of Rs. 1000 (for winner) and Rs. 500 ( for consolation) along with certificates.
Date: 13th February
Venue: CS/IT Labs from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Node Js with Mongo DB
Students were also provided with a link to download the entire study material of the course. Live coding was done in the workshop and students implemented everything they learned under the guidance of our coordinators.
Dates: 12th – 28th Sept’2019
Prizes, if any: NA
Theme of the event: Node Js with Mongo DB
The Initiative 2019
Computer Society of India (AKGEC) successfully conducted the inter college event “THE INITIATIVE 2019”. The main aim of organizing this event was to brainstorm the minds of young students about the burning issues in the country. In this, the participants were presented with a number of current burnings topics under 6 different categories.
The proposed event consisted of two rounds. The first preliminary round involved submission of synopsis suggesting a feasible and technical innovative solution to problems pertaining to various domains. The participation and submission had to be in a team of two or three. In the first round itself, event had some nice and non-regular tasks, called beneficial tasks, to be done by the teams optionally, so as to enhance their chance of qualifying to the final round. These tasks involved making videos, presentations, and reports etc. on the exact questions they were asked to. The teams qualifying from the first round were called for a final presentation of 10-15 minutes, including questionnaire round before the panel of judges and audience using PowerPoint presentations. The prize money decided for the 1st winning team was Rs. 3000, Rs. 2000 for 2nd wining team and Rs. 1000 for 3rd winning team with certificates.
The event got started on 26th Feb, 2019 with the launch of the event website on the college domain, namely www.csiakgec.in/theinitiative/ designed by the society coordinators for explanation of the entire concept of the event, for concerning rules and regulations and team registration as well.
The preliminary round saw 214 registrations on the event website. By the official date of submission of synopsis, the event received a large no. of synopses from various domains. At the same time, the participants showed great interest in undertaking beneficial tasks, and participants sent a large number of original videos interviewing their peers and seniors about the problems. Also a variety of presentations, poems and reports were received, before we finally stopped receiving entries for first round.
The 36 qualifying teams that made it to the final round were intimated about the rules, regulations and timeslots of their presentations. On 7th April 2019, the final round was conducted in parallel runs at the Main Seminar Hall and the Mini Seminar Hall 1, 2, dividing 3 domains among the three places. The coordinators maintained a registration desk to facilitate participant teams to their locations. The event saw teams suggesting an unprecedented array of solutions to problems that we dealt with. The respective panel of judges for each domain was also kept involved and took keen interest in understanding the solution suggesting their own inputs at times too.
The entire event was managed by CSI Coordinators. The event has driven the participants to the extent that people took part in it with lot of enthusiasm. Since the cause was genuine, the event became highly successful; suggesting primarily that it would attract much larger participation and popularity, if it continues for the next time too.
The Initiative 2017
Computer Society of India (AKGEC) successfully conducted the inter-college event “THE INITIATIVE 2017”. The main aim of the event was to motivate students to take the initiative of initiating a step towards problems of changing today’s scenario under 6 different domains Juvenile Delinquency, Social Media Impact, Corruption In defense, Demonetisation, Breakdown at Rio, Health Prominence.The event consisted of two rounds. The first round involved submission of synopsis suggesting a feasible and technical innovative solution to problems pertaining to various domains with some optional tasks. The teams qualifying from the first round were called for a final presentation of 10-15 minutes, including a questionnaire round.
The event started on 17thFeb, 2017 with the launch of the event website on the domain namely www.csiakgec.in/theinitiative designed by the society coordinators with an aim to explain the entire concept of the event and provide rules and regulations including online registration process. The preliminary round which was conducted online got 160 registrations on the event website. Also, a variety of poems and reports etc. were received. The 28 qualifying teams went to the final round. On 5th March 2017, the final round was conducted in parallel runs at AKGEC. Certificates and cash prizes were given to the teams who got 1st, 2nd, 3rd positions.
The event was coordinated by Shivam Jain (IT 3rd year), Anmol Vashistha (IT 3rd year), Shashwat Jain (IT 3rd year) and their team. The event succeeded in creating enough zeal among the participants.
Cash Prize – Rs.6000/-
The Initiative 2016
Computer Society of India (AKGEC) successfully conducted the inter-college event “THE INITIATIVE 2016”. The main aim of the event was to motivate students to take the initiative of initiating a step towards problems of changing today’s scenario under 6 different domains Unemployment, Censorship in Media, Gender Awareness, Internet for All, Currency Depreciation and Taboos in India.The event consisted of two rounds. The first round involved submission of synopsis suggesting a feasible and technical innovative solution to problems pertaining to various domains. The teams qualifying from the first round were called for a final presentation of 10-15 minutes, including a questionnaire round.
The event started on 4th April 2016 with the launch of the event website on the college domain namely www.akgec.in/the initiative designed by the society coordinators with an aim to explain the entire concept of the event and provide rules and regulations including online registration process. The preliminary round which was conducted online got 134 registrations on the event website. Also, a variety of poems and reports etc. were received. The 22 qualifying teams went to the final round. On 20th April 2016, the final round was conducted in parallel runs at AKGEC. Certificates and cash prizes were given to the teams who got 1st, 2nd, 3rd positions.
The event was coordinated by Shubham Upadhyay (CSE 3rd year) and his team. The event succeeded in creating enough zeal among the participants.
Akash Sumitra Verma
Cash Prize – Rs.3000/-
CINE 2017 – A CSI recruitment drive
The Computer Society of India AKGEC branch conducted its recruitment drive for B.Tech 2nd Year (all branches) on 3rd August 2017. The recruitment process saw a large number of participation of students in domains namely Technical, Management and Web designing. The 2nd year students showed a great zeal of interest for all the domains. On the basis of their performance in their respective domains, the students were selected for CSI team.
UI WITH MONGODB
CSI conducted Classes on UI with Mongo DB from 15th September to 6th October, 2017 (4- 6PM), at 1T Labs. A total of 60 non CSI students (on payment of Rs.350 as fee) registered and enthusiastically participated in this workshop. Also some CSI students also attended the classes. The classes were conducted mainly by 3 student groups: 1. Ankit yadav, Kavya Agarwal (HTML, CSS), 2. Sonali jain, Anuj Gupta, Radhika Gupta(JS, JQUERY), 3. Mukul Goyal, Rani Pravesh Gond (MONGODB).
JAVA AND ANDROID
CSI conducted a course on Android & Java Technology from 1st September 2016 to 23rd September 2016 in IT Labs. A total of 51 students got registered online and participated in this course. In this workshop, students learned about various things in Java like packages, control statements, interfaces, access control etc. Students also learned about the development of applications using Android. Live coding sessions were conducted on the last day, where students did live coding on their respective projects under the guidance of CSI student instructors. On the last two days, doubt clearing sessions were also held. Anmol Vashishta, Mohnish Garg, Shivam Jain, Rambabu Chaurasiya were mentors for the workshop.
CSI successfully conducted a workshop on Ethical Hacking from 11th November 2016 and 14 November 2016 in Main Seminar Hall. A total of 66 students including 16 CSI members registered and enthusiastically participated in this workshop. In this workshop, students learned about various things in Ethical Hacking like types of hackers (white hat, black hat, and grey hat hackers), backdoors, hacktivist, pen testing, spoofing etc. Students also learned about the installation of Kali Linux and terminologies used in Kali Linux. Also, they had been taught various tricks in ethical hacking like Browser saved the password, Html get/post trick, Search live cams on Google, Index of trick, 10-minute mail. Anmol Vashishta (3rd year) acted as a mentor for the workshop and his team backed him with coordinating the entire workshop successfully.
An online event was conducted by team CSI which aimed at removing the boredom of vacations. The event saw a large and enthusiastic participation with participants performing various fun tasks assigned by the Team CSI. The event was successfully implemented and coordinated by Rhythma Sharma (3rd year), Mukul Goyal (3rd year), Ankit Yadav (3rd year) and their team.