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IEEE SB RIT was the first IEEE SB in Kerala to start a computer society chapter. It has since been very active and has conducted a large number of workshops and conferences and it strives to set higher standards for computing. The team is planning to conduct weekly sessions on introduction to programming languages( C, C++, Python, Java), web designing, app development etc. This year Computer Society introduces Code Colosseum an online coding competition for its members to sharpen their problem solving and coding skills. Computer Society provides its members a platform to study and improve their technical skills through weekly tasks and competitions. IEEE RIT SBC Computer Society also encourages the development of college computing curriculam and plays a remarkable role in the technical development of RIT's students.
P2P Learning is a series of peer to peer learning sessions. The first episode of P2P Learning, commenced on 3rd April 2021 and spanned over seven days. The event aimed at providing students with basic programming knowledge an introduction to basic concepts of Data Structures and Object-Oriented Programming using Java. The event helped the students gain basic knowledge in Data Structures and Object-Oriented Programming using Java. It also helped the mentors to improve their event handling, speaking and teaching skills.
Make Your Point was a PowerPoint Presentation Competition based on the theme “Sustainable Economic Growth”. The event spanned over four days from 23rd February to 26th February 2021. The event was organized as a part of Science week 2021 to enhance and analyze the research and presentation skills of the students. Aswathi P J of first year CSE emerged as the winner and was awarded a cash prize of Rs 500.
VS CODE 101 was a webinar on Visual Studio Code Workflow. The webinar was hosted on Google Meet platform on 27 December 2020 from 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM. The session, handled by Irene Anna Kurien of S3 CSE, walked the attendees through the various keyboard shortcuts that can be used to increase productivity, how to edit the VSC settings, use the extension marketplace and the inbuilt source control feature. The session also focused on the builtin IntelliSense, snippets and emmet abbreviation provided to the users by VS Code.
Code storm is a 24-hour coding competition as a part of ZEAL 2.0, a joint SB initiative of IEEE SB RIT and Vidya Academy of Science and Technology, Thrissur. It was conducted exclusively for the students of RIT and VAST to enhance their coding skills and to improve their coding speed. The event was conducted on 5th December, 2020 from 6:00 pm till 6th December 6:00 pm. Aadithye N of VAST, Thrissur secured the first prize. The first runner up was taken over by Ashwin Geo Jolly of RIT, Kottayam followed by Tinto M T of VAST, Thrissur.
Clue Coding was a code debugging treasure hunt contest conducted exclusively for the students of RIT as part of AKCSSC’20. It was conducted on 13 November 2020 Friday 8:00 am to 14 November 2020 Saturday 8:00 am. The winners of this contest represented IEEE RIT SB in AKCSSC’20 coding contest. Bivin Varkey Varghese of S7 CSE secured the first prize in the contest. Aswin K R of S3 CSE secured the first runner up position followed by Agnes George of S3 CSE.
IEEEXtreme Overview was an informative session conducted for the IEEEXtreme participants of RIT. The main focus of the event was to give students a brief idea about the coding competition, the registration process and clearing queries related to the same.The event was conducted on 3rd october, 2020 from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm. The session included a brief introduction about the competition, benefits of participation, important tips to keep in mind while participating, live demonstration of the registration process and sharing of competition experience.
Gate orientation programme was a webinar conducted exclusively for the Computer Science and Engineering students across Kerala to give students a brief idea about the GATE exam, the registration process and clearing queries related to the same.Two experienced and skilled personalities from RUBIX academy, Mr Baazil P Thamby and Mr. Sreejith D K, took the webinar on 26 September, 2020 Saturday from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm followed by an interactive session with the RIT aluminis who cleared the GATE exam with remarkable scores.
No: of participants-20
🔹 1st- Adith Krishna
🔹 2nd- Smaran Ponnappa
🔹 3rd- Aparna Anand S
No: of participants-20
🔹 1st- Bivin Varkey Varghese
🔹 2nd- Aravind Ram K
🔹 3rd-Muhammed Sajad A
As the first episode of E-Index series, the students of Computer Society were asked to make a report of an interview with an Engineer in the field of software. A total of 6 entries were collected from various students.
Codeathon was a 12 hour long coding contest organised as part of Women in computing on 14th April from 8am - 8pm. Questions were added each hour totalling to 9 questions. Merin Babu of 2nd year CSE secured the first position, followed by Sreelakshmi NS of 3rd year CSE at the second position and Irene Anna Kurien of 1st year CSE at the third position
The edition-2 of Code Colosseum, a 24 hour long coding competition was held on 28 March at 10am. The contest was hosted online on HacherRank with 35 participants. The contest had six questions and Bivin Varkey Varghese of third year CSE secured the first position followed by Arvind Ram of first year CSE at the second position and Shivani Sanjay of second year CSE at the third position.
The contest was hosted on HackerRank and there were 31 participants. The Edition - 1 of Code Colosseum had three questions and Sidarth Ajithkumar of 1st year CSE secured the first position, runner up Bivin Varkey Varghese of 3rd year CSE followed by Irene Anna Kurien.
A programming workshop was conducted by Computer Society SBC IEEE SB RIT for EC and EEE students on 15 th February 2020.This session was the 2nd one in the series of programming workshop planned for EC and EEE students. This workshop was taken by Mr. Vaisakh
A basic programming workshop was conducted by Computer Society for EC and EEE students. This workshop was aimed at students who are beginners and have zero knowledge in programming.