4th Sem Mini Project List

Each allocation is being strictly done by the competent authority of our esteemed department, therefore no change in the project is permissible.

  • The allocation is purely done on a first come and first, serve choice basis wherein 90% of the students have given projects of their choices, for others under the same mentor.
  • A smooth knowledge transition is expected between the student and the mentor throughout the completion of their project.
  • In case of any discussions or queries write an application and send the same to @GARIMA SHARMA(garimaverma@geu.ac.in) , no personal messages and calls are recommended.

4th Sem Project List

Notice: Final Year Major Project (8th Semester)

Notice: Final Year Major Project (8th Semester)

 All final year (8th semester) students are hereby informed that their final project demonstration and viva-voce is tentatively scheduled on May 19,2022 onwards. The detailed scheduled will be displayed at due time.

In this regards, students are hereby informed to prepare the project report as per the template given here (B.TECH_CSE_REPORT_TEMPLATE). Preliminary verification of the project report needs to be done by their respective guides on or before May 10, 2022. Finally, verified project report copy (in word format only) has to be uploaded in the given link on or before 5 PM – May 12,2022. The link will be shared on May 10,2022.

All students who are completing their internship after submitting NOC and presenting the internship work as final year project are also required to submit a project report following all data integrity guidelines of the respective organizations. Students also need to submit internship certificate along with grade sheet duly signed by Industry Supervisor compulsorily.

Note:

  1. The final project demonstration and viva-voce will be conducted after the end term theory exam scheduled between May 13th-18th,2022. Final project exam may take 5-6 days (tentatively up to May 24th, 2022) after the end term theory exams. So accordingly plan your travel and stay.
  2. The final project demonstration and viva-voce will be examined by external expert examiners from Industry/Academia.
  3. Two Project Report hard copies must be submitted on the day of project demonstration and viva-voce examination. Apart from the 2 copies submitted, the Students are advised to get their personal copy of Project Report signed by Supervisor and External Examiner for future use.
  4. For B. Tech (CSE IBM Specialization) students the final project demonstration and viva-voce will be conducted by expert examiners from IBM. Hard copies of project report need to be submitted to the Project Coordinator (Dr. Guru Prasad M S, Professor CSE), for any query related to project demonstration and viva-voce contact to Dr. Vikas Tripathi, Coordinator-IBM.

B.TECH_CSE_REPORT_TEMPLATE

Notice: Sustainability Hackathon by Accenture

Greetings from Accenture!

We are excited to share with you the Launch of the Sustainability Hackathon.

At Accenture, we are committed to infusing sustainability into everything we do and everyone we work with. Using the power of human ingenuity and technology, we are shaping a better world for our clients, partners, communities and our people. Our people are creating incredible things that don’t just last long but leave long-lasting value for future generations.

Students can participate in the Hackathon and register themselves for the event.

Eligibility:

Students from all the batches – current batches (all years). This event is for only Engineering students.

last date for registration:  5th May,2022.

Notice: 4th Semester Mini Project

All 4th semester students were previously notified regarding their mini projects vide notice: http://csitgeu.in/wp/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/4th_Notice.html

The students are now required to register their mini project choices using the following link. As already mentioned, there is a maximum cap on the number of students who can opt for a single topic, so fill in at least 03 unique choices so that you may get one out of them. The allocation will be purely on a first come first serve basis and the allocation list will be shared in a week’s time after the last date of registration.

The registration link is:

http://45.116.207.215/moodle/

Important Note :

  1. All the students are mapped to this server, in case of access related issue connect with Mr Anil Pal: +91-9997508864, Mr Dharmesh: +91-9634423264
  2. For login, userid – unique Admission ID of each student and password – Moodle@123
  3. For understanding the steps, Use the following video follow the process video: https://youtu.be/abc5hJNZkdA
  4. The last date of Registration is 02:00 PM of Saturday, 16 March 2022.

Notice: Hands-on experience of Machine Learning Regression Concepts in Python

Hands-on experience of Machine Learning Regression Concepts in Python (Session will be delivered by Industry Expert from Oracle)

To mark the International Girls in ICT Day 2022, Oracle is pleased to invite girls for a hands-on training session on ML Regression Concepts in Python.

International Girls in ICT Day – It is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of April every year, by International Telecommunications Union. It is celebrated in over 150 countries around the world. The primary objective is to celebrate girls and young women and encourage them to pursue studies and careers in the technology sector through training in coding, the development of mobile applications, and IT.

This year the celebration falls on 28 April.

About the Boot camp 

Objectives:

  • Understanding the ML Regression techniques and Algorithm workflow as well as Python code required in execution.
  • Implementing these on Jupyter Notebook with hands-on makes them practically understandable as well.
  • Analyzing Real-World Problems and how they can be solved

Area Covered:

Session 1 (16th April) 11 AM to 2 PM: Overview of Machine learning, AI Overview, Data pre-processing steps, Training and test data, Python libraries, Linear Regression algorithms, Visualizing plots with various examples

Session 2 (17th April) 11 AM to 2 PM: Summary of Regression done in Part I, Multiple Linear Regression, Support Vector Regression, Decision Tree Regression, Random Forest Regression, Evaluating Model Performance. Project Assignment will be given on 10th April and the further ML areas will be covered as per Assignment.

Show case Session 28th April 9 AM to 10.30 AM

Software used: Jupyter notebook 

The programming language used: Python 

Pre-training software needed: 

  1. Anaconda (can install from here Anaconda | Individual Edition)
  2. Install Jupyter Notebook from Anaconda installed
  3. Also install respective libraries such as panda, NumPy, matplotlib, etc. (pip install panda)

(All participants should download the software specified and be ready.)

Nature of Event – Virtual on Zoom  

Class Size – 30-40. Our plan is to group them (10) for team presentations on 28 April.

Audience– Girls pursuing engineering courses in Computer Science/MCA with an interest in programming using Python and ML. 

Commitment from participants – Attending all three sessions and being ready for showcase on 28 April to mark the Girls in ICT Day Event.

Note: Only 50 students are required for the program, so selection will be based on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Interested girl student, please fill the below form. (Last Date: 7 April 7, 2022, 5:00 PM (today))

https://forms.gle/tgUzrjVrV7YYbDaK8