Final Year Major Project Initiation for 7th Semester Students

Final Year Major Project Initiation for 7th Semester Students

The Final Year Students currently in 7th Semester are to initiate their final year major project. While the final year project is a core essential part of your BTech degree, it is also highly valued for future career, since it supports students engaging in realistic activities which reinforce their understanding of the discipline, and draws on skills acquired in different modules throughout their degree.

  1. Choose a topic which where you will apply knowledge and skills you have gained from the courses taught and the skills you have gained through internships, self-study etc. Students are expected to apply good practice they have already learned during previous semesters, as well as learning any new technologies and other material which may be necessary to progress their work.
  2. Try to choose a topic which will be a great value addition to your career.
  3. Each student will work under a supervisor, who would normally be from the Computer Science Department, but supervisors from other departments or premier institutes/Industry are acceptable on case-to-case basis (see point no 7). Broad areas in which Department Supervisors will offer guidance is enlisted in the following list: https://csitgeu.in/wp/spe.pdf
  4. Students of IBM specialization are advised to consult their course coordinator before finalizing their projects. These students can have a supervisor/co-supervisor from IBM.
  5. Talk with your supervisor to choose topics that solve real world problems, society problems, technical problems and topics that aims to handle current and future industry trends
  6. A Final year project must have a major implementation part, either in code or hardware or both. It cannot be a completely theoretical topic.
  7. There are three “deliverables” in 7th semester— an initial formal title and abstract of their project (by 20th August, 2021), a midterm review of preparations done, and a complete Design Document after End-Term Exams of 7th semester
  8. In continuation, there will be two “deliverables” in the 8th semester: a progress report/presentation at around Feb 2022, and a final demonstration with complete project and report submission, viva at the end of 8th semester.
  9. The Department also encourages Inter-disciplinary, Inter-University, Industry-collaborative projects.
    For Inter-Disciplinary Projects (for example Biotechnology-Computer Science, Electronics-Computer Science etc.) you can have two or more supervisors from all the concerned Departments
    For Inter-University projects you can have supervisors from GEHU or from Premiere Institutes (IITs , NITs and IIITs only). A co-supervisor from the Department can be taken.
    For Industry Collaborative Projects you can have supervisors from Prominent Industries (Major organizations only like Oracle, Amazon etc). A co-supervisor from the Department can be taken.
    For all Inter-Disciplinary, Inter-University and Industry-Collaborative projects you need to take prior permission.
  10. Projects can be done individually or in groups. Maximum four students are allowed in a group.
  11. Please fill up the initial details and abstract in the given link by 20th August, 2021. For group projects please ensure that only one of you is submitting, DONOT submit multiple entries.           Link: https://forms.gle/vK96J4YvM9BngxYCA

CEC Classes 5th Semester Qualifying Examination Notice

CEC Classes 5th Semester Qualifying Examination Notice

It is hereby informed to all CS/IT 5th semester students that a test is being conducted to form groups of students for CEC classes. The online qualifying test for the program will be conducted on 15th July 2021 at 5:30 PM for all the registered students through test invites on Hacker Earth.

Registration link is https://forms.gle/KUSBLKkcb5BVJSZc6 

Deadline for registration: July 13, 2021, 5:00 PM

All the students are directed to start login using test invite sent to their registered mail ids 12 hours before the commencement of the test, between 5:30 PM to 5:50 PM only, no login can be done after 5:50 PM.

Notes:

  1. We strongly recommend creating a Gmail id like recruityourname2023@gmail.com for all placement and training-related purposes. It looks official instead of something like funnyrockstar492@gmail.com. After creating this new mail ID you can register on the link above, in case you have already filled the form with some other id then do not fill the form again.
  2. You will receive a test invite on the email id which you have provided above, so fill registration form very carefully.
  3. No request of re-test or not registered on time will be entertained under any circumstances. Make sure your systems are working properly and you have good internet connectivity during the test.
  4. Strong plagiarism detection software will be used to detect cheating. Copying code or cheating from your batchmates (both the cheating person and the helper person) from other mediums will result in getting debarred from these classes permanently.
  5. After the test, 3 separate groups will be formed: G1 (top 200 students), G2(next 250 students), and G3 (rest of the students). The grouping is done for targeted teaching and training so that the unique requirements for each student based on their requirements can be suitably addressed. G1 can begin with advanced concepts training, G2 will begin with more practice on problem-solving approach and G3 will strengthen their fundamentals. It is expected that by using a different approach for each of the groups all students will get to the same level at the end. So, it is a good idea to take the test on your own, because then you will be placed in the right group. Reshuffling of groups can occur in future based on students’ performance.

In case of any query, please contact Career Enhancement Cell through message only (Mr. Akshay Rajput, Mr. Ashish Garg).

 

Notice: Registrations for IBM Open P-Tech(IBM SkillsBuild)

Notice: Registrations for IBM Open P-Tech(IBM SkillsBuild)

IBM Open P-Tech(renamed as IBM SkillsBuild for Students and Educators)  is an industry backed resource program of digital learning on emerging technical and professional skills. It also offers live projects, customized activities, and customized roadmaps. After successful completion of a track students will earn digital badges which can be showcased in their resumes and social profiles.

Students are encouraged to register for the program for maximum benefit. Some of the tracks like Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing, Cyber Security, Data Science etc will be taken as pre-requisites for mini projects in those particular areas and will be required to complete as part of the project learning, hence, it is advisable to undergo the program by the students.  Also badges will enable students to get extra-curricular credits as well as benefit in their placements.

Step 1: All participants need to click on the following Registration link for self-enrollment in IBM Open P-Tech Program :

https://www.ptech.org/open-p-tech/

Last date of Self Registration: 15 July, 2021 (11:59 PM) “No extension”

Step 2: All participants need to fill the below-mentioned google form to update their self-registration status along with proof :

IBM Open P-TECH Program link 2021

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1-WTBhkAFwiZIwrkt83igAvrXuoldjQ0StYdbHtaQh0M/edit?vc=0&c=0&w=1&flr=0

Last date to fill the form: 16 July, 2021 (11:59 PM) “No extension”

Step 3: All participants need to fill the below-mentioned google form to update their earned certificates/badges info along with proof. (Multiple submissions are allowed)

You may earn as many certificates/badges for free. After earning each certificate/badge all students need to update the following link.

Student Badges/Certificate details for IBM Open P-Tech Program 2021

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1SdgNkHvNmOoNu4Wc3STQ8Bif6vHtyJZUMj6CqXFMh08/edit?vc=0&c=0&w=1&flr=0

At least one badge/certificate must be earned by each student before 25 July 2021.

Performance in Lab Exams of 6 Sem and Special Re-Exam Notice

Performance in Lab Exams of 6 Sem and Special Re-Exam Notice

It is a matter of grave concern that the performance of 6th semester students during the recently concluded End Term Practical Exams was extremely poor and way beyond standards. This is despite reminding the students time to time that the role of practicals is paramount for the placement interviews which are scheduled from next month onwards. It is even more worrying that majority of substandard performances were observed in DAA lab which is a crucial subject for placements. Based on such performance a student cannot expect himself/herself to progress and even become eligible for number of placement drives.

Considering the situation resulting in a number of students getting ineligible for placements, it has been decided by competent authority to conduct a special exam for the students whose performance has been marked as extremely poor. These special exams are conducted for both mid and end lab. Along with the poor performers the students who were absent are also eligible to appear for these special exams. As a special consideration these special exams will be held without any fee. However, a penalty of 25 percent marks is imposed.

The list of students with extremely poor performance/absentees who are eligible to appear in the special exams can be found here: Click Here (Each subject is listed in separate tabs)

Schedule of Special Lab Exams

Subject Date Modalities
Web Lab 11 July 2021 (Both writeup and Viva) Mid Term: 9 AM onwards, Writeup, Execution, MCQs followed by Viva by Internal Faculty

Endterm: 2 PM onwards, Writeup, Execution and MCQ for 1 hour (2Pm to 3PM) and then Viva from 3 PM by External Expert

Students to contact Prof Manish Sharma for the exam and viva environment

Image Processing Lab 11 July 2021 ((Both writeup and Viva)) Endterm: 9 AM onwards, Writeup, Execution and MCQ for 1 hour (9 AM to 10 AM)

Viva from 3 PM onwards along with viva of Web Lab by External Expert

Students to contact Prof Manoj Diwaker for the exam and viva environment

Compiler Lab 12 July 2021 ((Both writeup and Viva)) Mid Term: 9 AM onwards, Writeup, Execution, MCQs followed by Viva by Internal Faculty

Endterm: 2 PM onwards, Writeup, Execution and MCQ for 1 hour (2Pm to 3PM) and then Viva from 3 PM by External Expert

Writeup will be held through Moodle

Students to contact Prof Ankit Tomer for any query

DAA Lab 13th July 2021 (Writeup)

14th July 2021 (Viva)

Mid Term: 9 AM onwards, Writeup, Execution, MCQs

Endterm: 2 PM onwards, Writeup, Execution and MCQ for 1 hour (2Pm to 3PM)

Writeup/Execution will be held through Hackerearth

Viva for both Mid and End will start from 9 AM of 14th July, 2021

Students to contact Prof Akshay Rajpur for any query

Students are required to fill the following by 5PM of 10th July 2021 for providing their email ids for Hackerearth:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeAxX83RkEYDR-OZOsaFpONM9CuKROnCefmJInr9VaaqjRTTg/viewform

 

 

Notice: Elective Choices for Non-Submitters

Elective Choices for Non-Submitters

Few students of 5th sem and 7th sem have not filled their Elective choices. The list of non-Submitters can be found here: Click Here

The Non-Submitters are directed to provide their choices latest by 10 AM of Tuesday, 6th July 2021 failing which they will be allotted a random Elective as per Department’s policy.

Link for 5th Sem CSE Non-Submitters https://forms.gle/BgSubego8mHYiAx38

 

Link for 7th Sem CSE Non-Submitters https://forms.gle/ANDnjghfG3nLjybZA

 

Link for 7th Sem IT Non-Submitters https://forms.gle/qrEMPRseh1Cj6MiJ7

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notice for Students not completing DXC Modules

Notice for Students not completing DXC Modules

A number of students who were selected for DXC Learning (Foundational Skills in IT and Soft Skills for Career) have not yet even started the courses and few of them have left it incomplete. This is a matter of grave concern as it jeopardizes the Industry-Academia interface of the University.

All the students are instructed to complete the modules within a week failing which disciplinary measures will be initiated.

The status of the students for both the modules can be found from the following links

Status for Foundational Skills in IT

Status for Soft Skills for Career

Notice: Schedule of Mini Project Viva for Repeaters/Absentees of 4th Sem

Notice: Schedule of Mini Project Viva for Repeaters/Absentees of 4th Sem

The schedule of Viva for Repeaters and Absentees of Mini Project 4th semester can be found here: Click Here

The original notice regarding the absentees can be found here:  Click Here

All the students are advised to go through the instructions carefully. The modalities of the viva will remain the same as the regular viva and the internal evaluators will inform the absentees through the official groups/channels.

The viva will be taken by External Experts from reputed organizations/institutes.