Notice: Submission of GATE admit card by 8th Sem Students

 Notice: Submission of GATE admit card by 8th Sem Students

Students of 8th semester are hereby informed that their final semester GP marks are awarded based on participation in degree exit activities like placements, higher studies etc.

As part of this all 8th semester students who have applied to appear in GATE exam and have received their admit cards are advised to record the information in the following link. The students are required to upload a copy of their GATE admit card using the link. Ensure to submit the information latest by 1 Feb, 2021.

Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdnTJy2NCiZHVVTDOgzKQPsKUfDvoKZaCZjROMG_cb96_t7XQ/viewform?usp=sf_link

 

Notice: INFAthon 2021 for 2022 Passing out batch

 Notice: INFAthon 2021 for 2022 Passing out batch

Informatica would be conducting a Hackathon event called INFAthon 2021 to evaluate and engage the best coders of the University. The Hackathon (INFthon-2021) is only for 2022 passing out batch of B.Tech (All streams) and MCA.

Who can be a part of this event?

  • 3rdYear Engineering Graduates (Any specialization)
  • 1st / 2nd Year MCA Grads

When is it happening?

  • Stage 1 – 18thJan to 24thJan (Below Link will be active from 18thJan midnight)
  • Stage 2 – 27thJan to 31stJan (Invites will be sent to students who would have cleared the Stage 1)
  • Results Announcement happening on 5thFeb

What’s in it for Students?

  • Win exiting prizes
  • Win a chance to meet Informatica’s India Leadership Team
  • Preference for our internship roles
  • Participation Certificates (Students who completes the Stage 1)

Link to participate (Link will activate from 18th January, midnight) – https://app.filtered.ai/interview/public/5ff43a60358f79008aafc256

Notice: AWS Trainings in January, 2021

Notice: AWS Trainings in January, 2021

GEU has an ongoing collaboration with AWS Academy. To extend your learning about AWS, students are offered a complimentary place at the Live virtual AWS Trainings happening in January, 2021. Duration of these virtual sessions varies between 90 minutes to 5 hours and will provide an introduction to the topics from AWS Trainers. Majority of the foundation topics have 2 sessions

To confirm your registration, please select from one or several of the times below (all India Standard Time) and follow the registration links. Please register using your institute email.

Primary registration page with course details available here.

Course Date Time (IST) Register Now
Cloud Essentials
AWS Cloud Practitioner Essentials 19 January 9:00am – 2:00pm Register now
25 January 9:00am – 2:00pm Register now
Data Analytics
 
Big Data Fundamentals on AWS 18 January 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM Register now
25 January 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM Register now
Machine Learning
How Amazon Sagemaker can Help 19 January 3:30pm – 5:00pm Register now
22 January 9:00am – 10:30am Register now
Security
 

Securing your AWS Cloud

 

25 January 3:30pm – 5:00pm Register now
AWS Certification Readiness
Exam Readiness AWS Certified: Cloud Practitioner 18 January 10:00am – 11:00am Register now
Exam Readiness AWS Certified: Solutions Architect – Associate 20 January 10:00am – 2:00pm Register now
Exam Readiness AWS Certified: SysOps Administrator – Associate 21 January 10:00am – 2:00pm Register now
Exam Readiness AWS Certified: Developer Associate 22 January 10:00am – 2:00pm Register now

 

 

 

Session Details:

AWS Cloud Practitioner Essentials (5 hours):
This fundamental-level course is intended for individuals who seek an overall understanding of the AWS Cloud, independent of specific technical roles. It provides a detailed overview of cloud concepts, AWS services, security, architecture, pricing, and support. This course also helps you prepare for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam.

Big Data Fundamentals on AWS (90 mins):
In this session, you will learn about Big Data and basic architecture, value, and potential use cases. The course introduces you to specifics of some key technologies, including Apache Hadoop, Amazon EMR, Apache Hive, and Apache Pig. Although the course focuses on industry-standard Big Data solutions, you will learn about the AWS Big Data ecosystem, a set of services and solutions provided by AWS to build and enhance Big Data solutions.

How Amazon SageMaker Can Help (90 mins):

Learn how Amazon SageMaker mitigates the core challenges of implementing a machine learning pipeline. We’ll talk about how SageMaker notebooks and instances help power your ML workloads and review the key Amazon SageMaker features for dataset labeling, data visualization, built-in algorithms, model training/tuning and deployment.

Securing Your AWS Cloud (90 mins):

Whether you are thinking of migrating to the AWS Cloud or already have a workload running on AWS, securing your data and resources should be at the top of the list. This course introduces several AWS services that you can use to improve your current security posture. The course covers the different security design principles that will help you to plan your security approach in the AWS Cloud and provides information on resources you can use to further your knowledge around security on AWS.

 

Toycathon 2021 – Prof. Anil Sahasrabudhe, Chairman, AICTE to speak about Toycathon 2021 in online live sessions

To take Toycathon 2021 to the grassroots, an online live talks series is arranged on the youtube channel of Innovation Cell, https://www.youtube.com/mhrdinnovationcell

Prof. Anil Sahasrabudhe, Chairman, AICTE  will be addressing students, faculties and institutes on 14th January, 2021 at 1 PM about Toycathon 2021. 

You are hereby requested to join this address live and spread awareness about this address to your students and faculties. Join the session in large numbers and get some interesting ideas about winning Toycathon.

Greetings from Ministry of Education! I am glad to inform you, that on 5th January, 2021, Toycathon 2021; a Hackathon to crowd source innovative ideas for the Toys and Games based on Bharatiya history, civilization, ethos and culture was launched by Shri Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’, Hon’ble Minister of Education and Smt. Smriti Irani, Hon’ble Minister for Women and Child Development and Textiles.

Toycathon 2021 is organized by the Innovation Cell, Ministry of Education with support of AICTE, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Women and Child Development, Ministry of Textiles, Ministry of MSME, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.

It is recommended that you make your staff and students aware of this initiative and actively encourage them to participate in this hackathon. Students of undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral courses are allowed to enter in teams of at least 3 and at most 6 with up to 2 mentors to guide them. They will participate under track 2 of Toycathon 2021. For more information, please visit, https://toycathon.mic.gov.in/index.php

This is a novel opportunity for our students to propose toys and games that will greatly help India develop into a global hub for toys and games and assist our children to understand the ethos and values of Indian culture as envisaged in the National Education Policy 2020.
Importantly, this Toycathon 2021 gives opportunity to participants Win large number of prizes worth Rs. 50 lakhs. Last date for submission of ideas in prescribed format is 20th Jan 2021.

Let’s team up for toys and contribute in making our nation ‘AatmaNirbhar’ in the toy sector. In case of any query please dial: +91 11 29581225 or email: toycathon-2021@gov.in .

PFA:- https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HzgQxLe8k4oIJSE3Vwe–_aGSjB5Gc1R/view?usp=sharing

Notice: 3rd & 5th Sem Mini Project Absentees due to Extreme Circumstances

 Notice: 3rd & 5th Sem Mini Project Absentees due to Extreme Circumstances

It has come into the consideration of the Department that few regular students could not submit their mini projects of 3rd and 5th semester due to extreme unavoidable circumstances like testing positive for Covid19 or personal calamities.

The Department has taken a sympathetic view of this and decided to give a final chance to these students to submit their miniprojects (with late submission penalty). Regular students who could not submit miniprojects of 3rd and 5thsem due to above mentioned situations are required to submit it latest by 5PM of Saturday, 16 January, 2021 using the link given below. The students also need to upload an application signed by his/her parents mentioning the reason for not submitting on time with a request to provide a final chance for submission. Also attach with the application supporting documents (like Covid positive report etc).

Note that this is only a one-time chance given due to the situation arisen out of the pandemic and will not be repeated in future.

Link:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdwNMSmkKD5rl_-MKQwJl7ZD2Cr2Gdt_rfg_bS0UMHz9IAxVg/viewform?usp=pp_url

 

Old Course Back Theory Paper Examination

Old Course Back Theory Paper Examination

The following papers which were postponed in the month of December 2020 will now be held as per the following schedule through Moodle (exam.geu.ac.in)

Date & Time Paper
18-Jan-2021, 9:30 AM -12.30 PM TMA305 Graph Theory & Combinatorics
18-Jan-2012, 1:30 PM-4.30 PM IBM311 Data Science Fundamentals

 

Notice: Old Course Back paper practical Examination

Notice: Old Course Back paper practical Examination

 

SN Subject Code Subject Name Date Faculty Name Mobile TIME
1 (PCS362) Database Management System Lab 15-Jan Ms. Parul Madan 9557840852 10:00 AM
2  (PCS303)  Unix and Shell Programming Lab 15-Jan Mr. Sanjeev Kukreti 6395164510 10:00 AM
3 (PMA402)  CBNST Lab 15-Jan Mr. Ankur Chaudhary 9760316521 10:00 AM
4  (PCS408) Java Programming Lab 16-Jan Mr. Sanjeev Kukreti 6395164510 10:00 AM
5 (PCS403)  Microprocessors Lab 16-Jan Mr. Hemant Singh Pokhariya 9634749537 10:00 AM
6 (PCS405)  OOPS with C++ Lab 15-Jan Mr. Kireet Joshi 7500275404 2:00PM
7 (CSP401) Mini Project 15-Jan Mr. Piyush Agarwal 7829983490 2:00PM
8 (PIT402)  Data Structures Lab 15-Jan Mr. Upendra Aswal 8077915512 2:00PM
9 (ITP401)  Mini Project 15-Jan Mr. Piyush Agarwal 7829983490 2:00PM
10 (PCS505)  Design and Analysis of Algorithms Lab 16-Jan Mr. Prabhjot Singh 7755057882 2:00PM
11 (PIT605) Java Programming  Lab 15-Jan Mr. Sanjeev Kukreti 6395164510 2:00PM
12 (CSP601)  Mini  Project 15-Jan Mr. Piyush Agarwal 7829983490 2:00PM
13 (PIT604)  Web Programming Lab 15-Jan Mr. Manish Sharma 9634432297 2:00PM
14 (ITP601) Mini Project 16-Jan Mr. Piyush Agarwal 7829983490 2:00PM

Notice: Mini Project for 4th Sem through Google Cloud Computing Foundations

 Notice: Mini Project for 4th Sem through Google Cloud Computing Foundations

4th Semester students (CSE, CSE-All Specializations, CE, CST, IT) are hereby notified that interested students are provided an opportunity to complete their mini projects of this semester through Google Cloud Computing Foundation (GCCF).

Mini Project is a compulsory component of your curriculum and 100 marks are allotted for it.  The University has signed an MoU with the GCCF where selected students of 4th semester can complete their mini projects through GCCF. The students have to do self-study of specific modules of GCCF. There are total 10 modules which can be completed within 40 hours. Completion of each module successfully will earn you a digital badge from GCCF which is a great value addition to your resume. Additionally, the best performing students may be hired by Google for internship positions in third year. The students also get additional preference in the job market. Details about the GCCF curriculum can be found at http://csitgeu.in/wp/gccf.pdf

From the point of view of the mini project each student will get direct 9 marks from each completed module. For example, if a student completes all 10 modules, he/she gets 90 marks, if someone complete 9 modules he/she gets 81 marks. Another 10 marks is kept for a presentation at the end of the semester.

Students who are interested in the GCCF curriculum are instructed to provide their details through the following link. The details are to be provided latest by 5 PM of Monday, 11 January 2021. This is a hard deadline and no extensions will be provided. The number of seats is limited so the selections will be done on a first come first serve basis. Once you are selected you will be provided with the curriculum access login details.

Note1: Once you are selected you cannot withdraw from the same, your mini project will be evaluated only through this.

Note2: For students who are not interested, their mini project details will be notified later.

Link for furnishing your details: https://forms.gle/YCRs1NUngym6jf2Y8

 

 

Important: Online Class Access Details w.e.f. 4th Jan, 2021

Important: Online Class Access Details w.e.f. 4th Jan, 2021

All the students are notified that their regular classes will start on online mode from Monday,  4th Jan, 2021 as per timetable. All classes will be managed through Moodle LMS.

Attendance will be automatically calculated based on your login for the classes according to the time-table.  Ensure that you maintain the minimum attendance criteria of 75%.

While login ensure that you use the specific IP address only as per the following table. If you login from a different IP address your attendance will not get marked. The concerned faculty member will have NO manual control over your attendance, so ensure to save your login iP.

Moodle Address for various semester and Branch

Moodle Address Who will use this
45.116.207.202/moodle 4th  Sem IT,

6th Sem IT

and 8th Sem IT

45.116.207.203/moodle 4th  Sem CSE (Core)
45.116.207.204/moodle 6th Sem CSE(Core)
45.116.207.205 8th Sem CSE(Core)
45.116.207.206/moodle 4th  Sem CSE( CC, DS, ML, IS)

and

8th  Sem CSE(CC, BDA and Cyber Security)

45.116.207.207/moodle 4th  Sem CE,CST,SE and D4

and

6th  sem IBM (CC, DS, ML)

Note1: All 8th Semester Students(CSE, CC, BDA, Cyber and IT) will use the IP 45.116.207.205 for Elective Subjects irrespective of their Specializations