The EXTC department of SIESGST organized an event for improving coding skills in C and C++ There is a difference between the theoretical knowledge and coding skills be that matter any programming language. Coding skills translates the theoretical knowledge based learning to solve live problems in the industry. To basically translate the class room learning into a career that earns a living. This course helps the candidate to improve the skills required for jobs given to them by industry and provide a better understanding of some complex aspects of coding in c and c++. The course included the following topics Data types, Variables, Loops and control statements. Structures, Functions and Pointers. Concept of Object oriented programming Hands on. Inheritance, Virtualization and Standard templates. File Handling and a few case studies. These topics dealt with enabled the students to use simplified programming skills for solving certain case studies and programming assignments easily. Target Audience: Students from SE and TE seeking a career in Software industry which caters to various aspects of computers domain. Organizing Department: Electronics and Telecommunication (EXTC).
The design and implementation of energy efficient future generation communication and networking technologies also require the clever research. Advances in Computer Communications and Networks: from Green, Mobile, Pervasive Networking to Big Data Computing require strong base in the area of networking. Emerging threats emphasize the need for real-world assessment of an organization's security posture.
CE department faculties have conducted five day student development program followed by one month internship, “Workshop on data mining using R” from 11 to 15 Dec 2017. Workshop was conducted by Prof. Pranita Mahajan, Prof. Prachi Shahane, Prof. Anindita Khade, Prof. Yashashree B. Objective of the workshop was to bridge the gap between industry requirements and academic. Four students attended the course and successfully developed and submitted project. One month Internship was conducted during December 2017 – January 2018. Students completed their projects during internship in SIESGST and presented their work to Principal Dr. Vikram Patil, CE department faculties and other students. Certificates were given to students on successful completion and presentation of internship work. Daily feedback was taken; students suggested conducting workshop on Machine Learning in future. After completing the workshop and internship one of the participants, Pritam Negi, received offer as Beta tester for Datacamp(Online learning portal).
Naveen Serrao Manager - Knowledge Center Avery Dennison Innovation & Knowledge Centre had given a hand on training on Gallus 340 ECS & process flow of how labels are manufactured.
Session was conducted by Lean Six Sigma expert from XLNC Academy on 13th October 2017 with a strength of 44 students. In this session brief overview on importance of lean six sigma was explained. Different levels of Six Sigma and its applications were discussed.The overall session was very informative and interactive.
On October 9, 2017 IEEE Day was celebrated in SIES GST by IEEE members & volunteers. The event started with a glimpse of achievements that were covered so far and also with admiration of goals that team have in future. Various global benefits of IEEE were explained and the students were introduced to Scholarships and competitions under IEEE. Students were encouraged to participate in competitions like IEEE extreme. The technical secretary had talk about the upcoming technical project for the members and volunteers under IEEE-SIESGST. All the technical knowledge for project will be shared with all members by the technical team. Principal Sir, Dr. Vikram Patil addressed the members by highlighting the importance of such technical events in strengthening the technical skills and confidence. Also HOD-EXTC Dr. A. N. Kemkar sir gave the idea about upcoming events and the support that will be provided by the department. Alumni member Miss. Shruti Surve shared her experiences about events under IEEE-GST and benefits of such participation. One video played which was sent by Miss. Uthira M. previous IEEE chairperson currently pursuing her M.S. shared her views and experiences. All students were encouraged and motivated to join different technical activities planned in coming semesters. After the speeches students gave demonstration of drones flying with light weight handwritten IEEE poster. The event was well organised under the guidance of HOD EXTC, Dr. Atul Kemkar and IEEE branch counsellor, Prof. Preetee Khuperkar. Finally the event was ended by a cake cutting celebration and photographs.
The event was organized by Humanities and Applied Science department on 3-5 October 2017 for one hour. Each session had around 120 students of first year. Prof. Senthilkumar, Assistant Professor of EXTC department was the speaker for the event. He discussed the importance of renewable sources and the causes and impacts for the depletion of renewable sources. Later, he had discussed the principle, working and applications of photovoltaic cell and flat plate collector. After the seminar, all the students along with the faculties and Prof. Senthil kumar had visited solar panel site which is on the terrace of the SIES management campus. Summary: Student felt the seminar very interesting and effective.
The NSS volunteers of SIES GST conducted two street plays on the 28 September 2017 as an activity for the NSS week. A rally was carried out in the college campus to attract the attention of the crowd. The social issues covered by the plays were dignity of labour, ragging and drug abuse. A sweeper’s perspective was portrayed to depict how people were mistreated based on their occupation. The ill effects of drug use were shown with the help of characters who were addicted to drugs and how it changed their lives for the worse. Ragging which has become a major issue in today’s college environment was addressed and the steps to prevent it were discussed. These social issues are a stigma in today’s society and such street plays are used as a medium to induce awareness regarding them in the masses.
Blood donation Like every year the NSS unit of SIES GST organizes a blood donation camp in association with Sion Hospital and Lion’s club. The publicity for the same was carried out by the NSS volunteers on the 24th of September 2017. The unit was divided into groups and different locations near the college were allocated for publicity. Posters were stuck near shops and people were made aware about the drive.250 units of blood was collected.
Successfully attended by 65 students.
Inquisitive is a National level quiz competition, conducted every year by IEEE under Techopedia. It was held on 15th and 16th September 2017. It was a two day event wherein knowledge of students was tested in all fields especially in technical. It consists of three rounds, first was a pen and paper round followed by a buzzer round and ending with a rapid fire round. In all of these levels participants had to dangle with mental mathematics, aptitude test and general knowledge based questions within the time limits. It was a team event and we had 46 teams participating. According to the feedback the event was thrilling and informative.
Squabble is a debate competition and a platform to showcase oratory skills with technical perspective. It was held on 15th and 16th September 2017. This event was judged by Prof. Shubhangi Kharche, Prof. Namrata Patel, Prof. Preeti Hemnani, Prof. Biju Balakrishnan from SIESGST and under the guidance of our respected Guest judge Mr. Jayamohan R Nair, Deputy Manager from ONGC. Students had group discussion and one-on-one debate with time limitation. It was a team event with 36 teams participating. Participants were given guidelines about communication, ethics before their performance. This event was quite helpful for participants to build their confidence on stage and to enhance their communication skills.
Circuit maniacs- An event which will provide opportunity for all electronic geeks to showcase their knowledge about circuit designing and implementation by competing with others with interest in similar fields. It was held on 15th and 16th September 2017. It was exclusively for students of first and second years. We had 46 teams participating. The first round consisted testing of knowledge based on electronic components followed by a buzzer round and lastly circuit making and problem solving techniques.
National level Quiz on Plastics
In order to make our campus a zero waste campus we have constructed 5 compost pits in the campus for managing wet waste.About 140 kg of waste is generated each day .This activity was done in association with Stree Mukti Sanghatna.The nss volunteers filtered about 50-60 kg of compost
Cognition our annual Technical Fest is scheduled for 15 th 16th September . The Theme for this year is ARCADE
ORIENTATION SCHEDULE F.E.
IEEE SIES Graduate School of Technology had organised a workshop on the topic IOT using Intel Galileo microcontroller. Intel Galileo combines Intel technology with support for Arduino ready-made hardware expansion cards (called "shields") and the Arduino software development environment and libraries. The development board runs an open source Linux operating system with the Arduino software libraries. It was a two day workshop conducted on 29TH and 30th of July 2017. This workshop was conducted by Mr. Niraj Kapse under IOT-PRO .This workshop was attended by 11 teams and each team consists of 4 members. This workshop was conducted for students solely to enhance their technical knowledge. Workshop is attended by Prof. Pushkar Sathe, Prof. Kintu Patel & Prof. Vishal Gaikwad. It started off with basic knowledge of different microcontrollers and components which were provided to each team. The kits provided to the attendees included Intel Galileo microcontroller, varieties of sensors and datasheets along with it. Then there was a session on over all knowledge about IOT and how it can be used on different platforms. The students were given the hands on implementation of the devices with basics of programming and it was implemented using software system. There was a complete session on the usage of sensors and how it can be interfaced with microcontroller. The second day of workshop was based on how to send data to the cloud from Internet-enabled device using Ubidots which was very interesting. Ubidots offers a platform for developers that enable them to easily capture sensor data and turn it into useful information. It was a very interactive workshop. The concept of IOT was pretty much understood by the students and thus it turned out be technically educative workshop.
NSS Unit of SIES GST celebrates International Day of Yoga 21 Jun 2017 Yoga is a 5,000-year-old physical, mental and spiritual practice that originated in India. It transforms both body and mind. On December 11 in 2014, the United Nations General Assembly declared June 21st as the International Day of Yoga. Yoga camp was organized on June 20 and 21, 2017 in the campus of SIES GST. NSS unit of SIES GST celebrated the third International Yoga Day on June 21, 2017. The event witnessed enthusiastic participation from all the members of the SIES GST including students, faculty and staff. The participants were taught various aasanaas and pranayam. The instructor explained the benefits of these for one’s physical and mental health and well-being. The trainer encouraged the participants to practice yoga every day. The participants practiced all the exercises with full determination and zeal.
Total 19 students had attended the programme
1. National Level Quiz on the topic Plastic in Packaging P-Pack 2016 on 15th September, 2016. 2. Seekho Aur Samjho on the topic “Paper grain direction” by Faheem Agbotwala on August 5, 2016 . 3. Seekho Aur Samjho on the topic “on press chemistry” by Kiran Prayagi on February 17, 2017
The seminar was very informative and students acquired the knowledge about technology used in Software industry like m-service etc. • Students gained from this exposure to incorporate an entrepreneurial spirit and also familiar with the present scenario of industry with respect to the customer experience.
A SDP was organised for the Second year students of Computer Engineering Department on April, 21, 2017. The seminar was delivered by Mr. Kapil Kadam from IITB on the topic “Animation and Blender Software” in SIESCOMS Auditorium. A total of 60 students attended the seminar Impact Analysis The seminar was very informative and students acquired the knowledge about technology used in Software industry like m-service etc. The effectiveness of this practice can be gauged by the great response of the of the workshops. Students gained from this exposure to incorporate an entrepreneurial spirit and also familiar with the present scenario of industry with respect to the customer experience
All the students assembled in the college premises by 7:30 am. After marking their attendance the trip began by 8 am sharp. The journey from Navi Mumbai to Pune was a road journey and we reached the destination at 11:30 am. After a while of rest and refreshments, the students were addressed by CEO and Founder of ISTC Mr. Krish Mehkarkar. He primarily focused on gaining a working knowledge of different devices in a general RF system. To begin the proceedings, video screenings of PSLV and GSLV animations were shown. They particularly focused on identifying different components of the launch vehicle. Later, various videos were shown to demonstrate ISRO's space development programs and missions. Mr. Krish Mehkarkar interacted with the students on topics such as Earth stations and antenna positioning parameters. One of the main highlights was the lecture delivery being very easy to comprehend and proper reasoning behind every concept being explained. The lecture concluded on a promising note to perform the practical of the topics which had been taught. After the students were through with their lunch, they were shown the components inside a set-top box and the functioning of each basic sub-system was explained by the industry coordinators. The second phase of the practical was to showcase the different antennas which included 9m Earth Station Antenna, 6m Receive Antenna and 3.8 m Trans/Receive Antenna. Students were informed about the installation and working of Antenna Control Systems, RF Equipment (Uplink & Downlink) like SSPA, HPA, UP/DOWN Converters, Modulators, Demodulators & Uplink Power Controllers and RF cabling. The key aspect of this industrial visit was that the students realized the importance of moving beyond the theoretical knowledge of satellite communication and applying them in functional devices to understand it’s working. Mr. Krish Mehkarkar again focused on the fact that the best way to learn the working of a certain device was to be able to install, configure and troubleshoot it rather than only having a theoretical know-how. Thus, the Industrial Visit ended on a positive note with proper co-ordination of the whole team of IEEE SIESGST.
NSS week was celebrated by the NSS volunteers from 24th September to 30th September, by performing street plays on various social issues and topics which requires awareness amongst the people, street plays are performed in the canteen area for 4 days on 8 different topics, blood donation camp is conducted in NSS week.
The NSS unit of SIES GST organised a blood donation camp in association with the Sion Government Hospital. They collected 215 pouches of blood and the camp had volunteers from the NSS unit.
The campus of sies nerul is a zero wet waste campus, as 5 compost pits are built in the parking area behind the college, so since January 2015, all the wet waste generated by the college canteen and cafeteria is dumped into the compost pits since last 2 years, and is run and maintained in a proper condition, the compost is even available for sale for college students and faculties, till now around 60 kg of compost has been sold.
The Student chapter of IEEE in SIES went for a simple celebration of this day involving a simple cake cuttting ceremony which was streamed live to all other student chapters through a software called join.me .
The sport meet saw some great performances from the students of SIES GST. Sowmiya Chillara of First year Engg was selected in the Mumbai University handball team and secured third position at the National level Event. Shruti Parpaterkar- Swimming- top 8 Ajith kumar - 100MTS run-5th position in MU Ankita Auti - Javelin Throw-7th position in MU
Sowmya Chillara, a student of Fe a (mechanical) played west zones in jaipur. From oct 20-27th Her team stood 3rd in the national level competition.
The college organised a 3D printing workshop in association with 3ideas.com to showcase how 3D printers are changing the world around us. It was conducted in the GST auditorium.
Camp location - BURSUNGE, MURBAD, THANE. No. Of students- 48. NSS unit of SIES GST built 11 SOAK PITS(Sowch Khadda) for the villagers. They also built a Bandhara(bund) in the river. They also did a rally and street plays on the topics like darkside of menstrual cycle, swatch bharat abhiyan, women empowerment etc.A session on WHAT IS SOCIAL SERVICE was conducted. They also had an interactive session with the school kids over there and few personality development sessions for the Volunteers.
An event organised by the cultural team of the college for the first time. It was conducted in the amphitheatre and began at 5.30. An open stage for students to showcase their talents like - singing, dancing, monoacting, stand-up comedy.The cultural team managed to put up a great show and managed to create a lively ambience filled with fun and laughter. The event was opened by the collegeâ€™s music club students. The event continued till 8.30 pm and was indeed a success.
For the first time our college organised this event, affiliated with the international TED talks community. The theme of TEDxSIESGST was â€˜seeding wisdomâ€™. The event was conducted in the GST auditorium from 9.30 am to 6 pm. The speakers and their session topics are as follows- Raul Rodriguez - Harmless bullet of psychology, Dhaval Bathia - United Religion, Shilpa Shah Iyer - PAst life regression therapy, Meena Barot - Ironman, Kaustubh Shivdikar - Certified crazy innovations, Vikram Poddar - Boardroom comedy, Melvin Louis - Concept of 0.0, Dr. Armaan Pandey - Man woman and everything inbetween.
The NSS unit of our college took up an initiative to encourage the students to exercise their right to vote by reciting a pledge for the same. This was done at 12pm in the GST quad so that everyone could witness it.
Our college team participated in a inter college cricket tournament, by Lakshya. Among the 15 teams that participated, they stood first. The tournament took place at the Cross Maidan, in Mumbai and lasted for almost a week. The final round was on 3rd Febâ€™17.
SIES celebrated the 68th republic day on Thursday. Special children from *NIMH* were the chief guest for the occasion. They all show cased their talents. This was followed by flag hoisting, National anthem and the pledge. On this occasion, our principal addressed all the students, teachers and guests present there. A few students also gave short speeches on socially relevant topics. Subject toppers were felicitated by the Pr for their achievements. The music club gave a mind blowing performance by presenting patriotic songs in from of their audience. The Nss unit performed a theatrical play on the theme *PILLARS OF INDIA* as a tribute to soldiers, farmers and youth of the nation.
A workshop to teach interested students about the popular language Python was conducted by the CSI unit of SIES GST. About 100 students attended the workshop which was free for CSI members. Some students got their own laptops while others were given PCs to work on. The speaker for the workshop was Mr. Dilip Balsubramanian from 'we can educateâ€™ - research institution conducting classes, seminars and workshops for different concepts. The session covered basics of Python and made the students do 2 projects. The workshop concluded with distribution of snacks for the attendees.
The NSS unit organised a street play at the nerul station. The theme was same as the cause of Dream run - Disabled soldiers of war. They managed to collect donations from commuters for this noble cause.
The NSS unit organised the dream run in order to support the cause of helping the differently abled soldiers. The amount collected was donated to the QMTI (Queen Maryâ€™s Technical Institute). Around 300 people turned up at 7.30 am to run for a cause. The route extended upto Wonders Park and back to the college. They managed to collect an amount of 4.10 lakhs. After the marathon, the winners were felicitated.
A lovely initiative by the Literary Club of our college to organise a talk show which was for the students, of the students, by the students. 2 pairs of guests were interviewed and asked questions in the format of the famous TV shows like Koffee with Karan and Ellen Show. There were interactive sessions with the audience and all of this left the audience rolling with laughter. The event began at 4.30 and went on till 6.
IEEE SIES Graduate School of Technology had organised a workshop on the topic â€˜Electronics Hacking and Gesture Controlâ€™. It was a two day workshop conducted on 24th and 25th of February 2017. This workshop was conducted by Kshitij Dadhekar and Karan Makharia under the name of their start up â€˜gettutorializedâ€™. This workshop was attended by 22 teams and each team had three members that is there were 66 attendees for this wonderful workshop. The incharge faculty of IEEE SIES GST Prof. Preetee Khuperkar. It started off with fully basic knowledge of the electronic devices and components which was provided to each team. The kits provided to the attendees were take away kits. Then there was a session on basic programing of arduino and also a lot was spoken about Nano arduino which was being used. The students were given the hands on implementation of the devices and software for almost one and a half day. The second half of the second day was completely based on gesture control of devices which was very inte
The Technical Team of SIES Graduate School of Technology hosted the maiden hackathon â€œByteCamp 2017â€ revolving around futuristic technologies as "The Future Is Now", and exploring the avenues of Internet Of Things. Sponsored by Facebook Developer Circles Mumbai, Hackerearth, Ahy Consulting, Bemeir LLC (Based in New York), and Drona Aviation, the 24-hour hackathon witnessed 17 shortlisted teams coming from across India. With an introductory session prior, the hackathon started at sharp 1.30pm on 25th February and ended at 1.30pm on 26th February. The mentors included Harpreet Singh Ahy, founder of Ahy Consulting; Yogesh Tamhane, Innovation Catalyst at Riidl; Vishal Dubey, Lead Mobile Applications and Firmware Engineer at Autonxt Automation Pvt. Ltd.,and Raj Dhirwani, Innovation Catalyst at Riidl and Tech Co-founder of Algonation. The esteemed panel of judges had Nandkumar Pai, previously the General Manager of Bcom Technology India Pvt. Ltd. and currently working with Esteem Techsoft; Dhruv Kaunil, Softw
TECHXTER is a National Level Technical Paper Presentation (TPP), open to all the branches of engineering. This event is held by the IETE Studentsâ€™ Forum (ISF) of SIES Graduate School of Technology, Nerul. This event is specially designed in such a way that it tests all aspects of the students' knowledge on varied topics. After five previous successes, TECHXTER 6.0 has marked the sixth consecutive year of Techxter. It was held on 27 February, 2017 (Monday). This year, Techxter received about 55 abstracts from all over India, out of which 30 abstracts were shortlisted. The papers were divided into 3 venues. Each venue was assigned 2 judges, out of which, one judge was chosen from an industrial background and the second judge was chosen from an academic background. The Chief Guest was Mr. Bibhash Jha.Techxter 6.0 started with the Inauguration Ceremony which included a welcome speech followed by the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by all the dignitaries on the dias. The dignitaries present were, the Principa
The Women Development Cell of the college in collaboration with the NSS unit organised a seminar on Women Empowerment in the GST Auditorium from 3pm onwards. The speaker for the seminar was Meena Barot also known as the Iron Lady. Ms. Meena Barot was greeted by Dean of F.E. Dr. Manasi Karkare. Seminar started with the speech of 5 boys regarding the different aspects of women empowerment. Later Ms. Meena addressed the seminar and gave a complete outline of her struggle in the life to overcome the problems she faced as a woman. Her address especially to the girls was inspiring. The Seminar was concluded with a vote of thanks by Dr. Manasi Karkare.
An event organised for the 5th time by the CSI council of SIES GST is a platform for students to present their technical ideas and innovations. The event began with the inauguration ceremony at 9.30am with the presence of the Principal Dr. Vikram Patil, heads and faculties of all the departments. The chief guest for the event was Mr. Prasad Datye. The panel of judges included Mr. Ramesh Kharat, Ms. Anita Diwakar, Mr. Jayant Dani and Mr. Prakash Garud. After the inauguration ceremony, the participants moved to their assigned venues. Out of the 80 odd entries, 28 of them were shortlisted. These entries were further split into two groups according to their topics. Mechanical and electronics related projects were presented in the GST Auditorium whereas computer based projects were presented in the MBA auditorium.
Student development program on Modelling and Simulation of Metal Casting to enhance the knowledge
IEEE SIES Graduate School of Technology had organized a workshop on the topic ‘Electronics Hacking and Gesture Control’. It was a two day workshop conducted on 24th and 25th of February 2017. This workshop was conducted by Kshitij Dadhekar and Karan Makharia under the name of their start up ‘gettutorialized’. This workshop was attended by 22 teams and each team had three members that is there were 66 attendees for this wonderful workshop. It started off with fully basic knowledge of the electronic devices and components which was provided to each team. The kits provided to the attendees were take away kits. Then there was a session on basic programming of arduino and also a lot was spoken about Nano arduino which was being used. The students were given the hands on implementation of the devices and software for almost one and a half day. The second half of the second day was completely based on gesture control of devices which was very interesting. It was a very interactive workshop. The responses of both days were good enough which gave the organisers as well as the guest speakers who conducted the workshop a boost up to conduct such more workshops.
Awareness to students related to Unconventional and Micro-Manufacturing
Organ donation is a noble act which gives us an opportunity to save many lives after the death. Speaker had explained the need of organ donation and the significance of organ transplantation. She had guided the participants with regard to the procedure of organ donation as well as eligibility criteria for organ donation. At the end of the seminar, pledge form for organ donation were distributed along with the donor cards. Everyone was emotionally touched after listening the importance of such a noble task and how they could save others even after their life. It was tremendous experience for all the faculty members who had attended the seminar.
B.E. project is one of the very important aspects in engineering course, where students apply their actual gained knowledge in order to check their technical ability. Depicting the work done in a well manner is also crucial part of the project. Therefore in order to that, students must be awared regarding the same. Hence our HOD, Dr. Rupendra Nehete and other two colleague viz. Dr. Pradip Patil and Dr. Kaustubh Chavan imparted knowledge on the same by giving some example of published paper. Impact Analysis: As per the students feedback session was very useful and they would definitely work on it.
Contents of the workshop are mentioned below. A. Basics of Microcontroller, ARM board and Programming Introduction to Micro-controller and Microprocessor Basic concepts of microcontroller and its use I/O operations of micro-controller Types of microcontroller(MC) (8bit,16bit,32 bit) Introduction to different registers in MC and their functions Concept of Compiler,Assembler,HEX file, Opcode and Machine code Concept of interfacing in microcontroller Introduction to ARM MBED FRDM-KL25Z Board Features and PIN description of board Introduction to ARM compiler Basic programming concepts of ARM compiler. Simple LED blinking programming B. Sensor Interfacing and Programming 1) POT - Displacement measurement using Analog sensor (pot), data acquisition and its programming 2) LDR sensor - interfacing and programming 3) Temperature sensor - interfacing and sensor data calibration using program 4) MMA8451Q - 3-axis accelerometer sensor - Use of FRDM-KL25Z Onboard Sensor 5) Capacitive touch sensor - FRDM-KL25Z On-board Sensor C. LCD Display interfacing and its programming 16*2 LCD interfacing and its programming Displaying of analog sensor data on LCD Importing of program libraries from internet D. Project development using ARM MBED FRDM-KL25Z Board.
Thats it for this year