Alumni Campus Computer Science And Engineering Information Technology

THREE WAYS OF WISDOM, THREE DAYS OF DESIDERATUM

 

INAUGURATION OF A SMART CLASSROOM IN DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

Since the establishment of the department of Computer Science and Engineering in 1994, the rising technocrats have been introducing new technologies in the premises of VSSUT, Burla under the guidance of the highly qualified faculties. The department organizes frequent workshops for its students to foster quality technological education and, thereby, facilitating the extensive research environment.

Christmas is long gone but the department didn’t forget to bestow into the eager hands of it’s students. Who would have thought that the old department building would ever have a digital classroom inside it? This long cherished dream of having a digitalized classroom was finally materialized by the  conducive efforts of Manoj Kumar Patel, CSE Dept and Dr. Sanjaya Kumar Panda and Pradip Kumar Sahu of  IT Dept.

 

The honorable Vice Chancellor of VSSUT, Burla, Prof. Bibhuti Bhusan  Pati and Dean CDCE, Prof. Prakash Kumar Hota inaugurated this new addition to the department before the commencement of the workshops on cloud computing.  The room is equipped with a LED Screen and a Digital Smart Class Room Podium.

 

WORKSHOP ON CLOUD COMPUTING BY DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

To introduce the undergraduates to the fast morphing modern computing techniques, the Department of Information Technology organized a workshop on ‘Cloud Computing’ on the 8th of January under TEQIP -III. Cloud computing  is an information technology paradigm that enables ubiquitous access to shared pools of configurable systems and higher-level services that can be rapidly provisioned with minimal management efforts.  The distinguished guests from shared their knowledge and understanding on the topic with the students. The students were delighted to gain such interesting facts from the techno experts present in the room.Image may contain: one or more people, people sitting and screenThe Professors from Department of Information Technology as well as from Department of Computer Science and Engineering presented talks on the topic and discussed future scope of improvement and research in the field. Cloud computing relies on sharing of resources to achieve coherence and economy of scale. With the sharing of ideas and experiences, the students learnt a lot of new and amazing things about this technology as well as had an idea about the behavioral skills, one must follow to excel professionally. We hope the department continues to conduct more such informative and interactive workshops which are instrumental to introduce new technologies in the techno hub of our esteemed institute.

 

WORKSHOP ON PROFESSIONAL SKILLS BY DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

On the 14 January 2018,  the event kick started with 1982 batch alumnus, Mr Natabar Sahu of Electrical Engineering Department, who delivered a piece on effective and efficient professional skills, that included some very useful tips on carrying oneself in an interview. In addition to that, the crowd was addressed by other alumni of the same batch, who emphasized the importance of balancing technical as well as behavioral skills in an organization. This was followed by an interactive panel discussion, with the 1982 alumni as the panelist. The students cleared their pre conceptions about various professional skills after the discussion with the extremely motivating and inspiring alumni, who were  so humble despite the peak of success they are in.

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In return, the students of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering gifted the department its very own website on the very second day of the workshop, under the guidance of the professors, which is a big step in making the entire process of knowing the department and getting the updates more  student friendly . The link to the website is : https://csevssut.in/

 

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