Notice: 3rd Semester Mini Project Examination Absentee List

The following students of 3rd Semester have been found absent in 3rd Semester Mini Project External Examination. If the students are having any discrepancy then students are required to contact Dr. Guru Prasad M S, Professor, Dept of CSE ( guruprasad.cse@geu.ac.in ) latest by 1 PM of Wednesday, 02rd March 2022. After that, all the below mentioned students will be marked ABSENT without any further notice.

3rd Semester Mini Project Examination Absentee List

Notice:- 8th sem offline project review

Notice: 8th Semester Major Project Review

All the 8th Semester students who have not taken NOC are hereby informed that the Major Project Review is scheduled for 8th, 9th and 10th March 2022 in offline mode only. This review is scheduled to demonstrate your major project work done till now.

It has been already instructed that every team must personally meet the guide regularly and discuss the project work. The same has to be updated in the progress report. As notified earlier, students are advised to present the project work to their respective guides and submit the signed progress reports to the Project Coordinators after the review.

Notice:- Google first virtual hackathon

Urgent & Important || Registrations Open || Google’s first Virtual Girl Hackathon in India

  Google has launched its first Virtual Girl Hackathon in India and applications are now open!

Girl Hackathon is a program for women in computer science and allied courses across India designed with the aim to help women in the engineering campus space to showcase their coding skills and help create solutions for real-time themed technical challenges. The theme for this hackathon is Future of Learning. 

This virtual hackathon is a team-based program that will challenge your innovation and problem-solving skills! So, build your dream team! Winning teams will be offered the opportunity to interview with Google and win exciting cash prizes!

Eligibility:

  1. The program is open to all women students pursuing undergraduate or postgraduate degrees in computer science and/or related circuit branches
  2. The program is open to all women students of graduation years: 2022, 2023, 2024 or 2025

If you’re eligible, all it takes is for you to build your team and participate!

Last date to apply: Registration closes on March 9th, 2022.

Process: This program has three rounds:

Round one: Google Online Challenge 

Round two: Design Document Challenge

Round three: Virtual Hackathon

For more information, kindly visit and read the instruction carefully before registration:

https://buildyourfuture.withgoogle.com/programs/girl-hackathon/

 

 
 

 

 

 

Notice: Mini project allocation 6th semester

Mini Project Allocation Notice for 6th Semester

All students of the 6th Semester (CSE, D4, CC+IS, ML, DS, SE, CE, CST, IT) are notified regarding their mini-projects. Kindly go to the information below for details.

  1. Mini Projects is an integral part of the 6th It consists of 100 marks.
  2. It consists of working on a topic given by the Department. The topics are usually mid-sized projects that involve extensive coding work resulting in building a fully working product. The students are expected to follow strict coding standards.
  3. Each student will work individually on their own. There are no group projects.
  4. The topics are provided by faculty members who will work as resource persons for the topic. The students are expected to contact the concerned faculty member to understand the details of the project.
  5. Each student will need to register their topics. The registration page is open now for registration. Go through the mini project topics and consult with the concerned faculty members for guidance.
  6. There will be a cap of 10 for each topic, i.e., one topic can be selected by maximum of 10 students. This option will be enabled in the topic registration portal. Once a topic attains the limit, the topic will automatically get removed from the portal. The allocation will thus happen in a First come first serve basis. Students are hence advised to register the topics as soon as the portal is open.
  7. Expected Evaluation Date: 1st week of May. The exact dates will be announced later.

Mini project registration process:

  1. The students are required to register their mini-projects using the following link. As already mentioned, there is a maximum cap on the number of students who can opt for a single topic. The registration link is:

http://14.139.239.134:8080/cse-project-allocation

  1. Default id, password – student, student
  2. Use the following video to understand the process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6CgJR0gYJYE
  3. Ensure that you use only your University Roll No correctly, do not use Admission No or Registration number.
  4. The last date of Registration is 5:00PM of Monday, 21st February, 2022. Once you register the topic you can immediately start working on it.

Notice: 8th Sem Major Project

Notice: 8th Sem Major Project

  1. All the project teams are hereby informed to demonstrate their project work to the respective guides on or before February 26, 2022.
  2. It is hereby instructed that every team must personally meet the guide regularly to discuss their project work. The same has to be updated in the progress report, and finally, the progress report has to be submitted to the project coordinator. Progress report carries a substantial amount of weightage in the overall distribution of Project marks.
  3. Students are advised to present or publish their project work in Scopus index conferences or journals. There is mark weightage for paper presentations or publications.

 

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Weekly Progress Report Template