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A Day @ Bang The Table

Author: Vinay Kiran, 6th Sem, CSE                                                                           Date: 26-03-2016

On Saturday 26th March 2016, I attended an one day workshop on ‘PYTHON’. It was conducted by IEDF and the venue was ‘BANG THE TABLE’ located in INDIRANAGAR, 12th main.

My friends (Arjun Hangud, Perumal, Vinay Bhat, Tilak and Vinay Raj) and me initially struggled to locate the venue. We searched the same road again and again, ultimately Vinay Bhat was able to locate it.


The company was located at 3rd floor, so we took elevator to go to that floor. All of was were acting like kiddos in that elevator, pressing all the buttons, so that the elevator stops at each floor.

We expected it would be like a typical classroom environment. But it was completely a different scenario. We were provided with bean bags and free WiFi . So it was more of a comfortable corner.


The session began at 9:45 AM. The speaker was Arvind Padmanabhan.He is the founder of IEDF(Indian Engineering Design Forum). He had a very profound knowledge of PYTHON. Just like all other workshop, he also started with a brief introduction about PYTHON.

My friends and me were only students who attended the workshop. All the other participants were professional working in various companies and organizations.

The first session was installation of PYTHON on two major platforms: UBUNTU and WINDOWS.

The second session was an interactive hands on session which helped us to understand the basics of PYTHON. We had a tea break. They even served biscuits, chocolates and snacks which was much needed for distraction and also networking with other participants.

Now, we were left with two challenging sessions and one lunch break. These challenging sessions were ‘Programming Challenge 1’ and ‘Programming Challenge 2’.


The ‘Programming Challenge 1’ was based on operator precedence, strings, math related library functions, string related functions etc. We had to post the answers on the website and Arvind sir used to test and review the answers. So it was a good interactive session.

After Lunch the ‘Programming Challenge 2’ was based on lists, dictionaries, tuples, sets, list comprehension , dictionary comprehension etc. In both the challenge most of the correct answers was posted by us . Arvind sir gave us an excellent guidance as we started climbing the challenge . For almost , all the challenges , he used to provide us with single line code , which was pretty amusing . At the end he showed us some PYTHON based projects . Some of the projects were RIVER CROSSING RESCUE SCOOTER , OIL CAN CRUSHER and many more .

Finally we had a group photo and was ready to leave. We enjoyed the workshop a lot and had an amazing Saturday . But we had to wait half an hour in the parking lot , since our friend Perumal as usual encountered Arvind Sir with his questions .


Coding Contest @ Dept of CSE During ETET-2016

Author: Adithya B, Asst. Professor, Dept of CSE                                                  Date: 12/03/2016


Technically challenging problems were given to more than 10 teams with in JIT and one team from Don Bosco College of Engineering. Students from various branches, across semesters participated actively in this event.re_20160312_104944

Initially when we started to contemplate on what should the structure of this event should be, we though we should have three rounds. The first round being C programming, second a C++ development followed by a web application development. But, when we saw the students who were willing to participate from various other departments and also from lower semesters, we decided to have same three rounds, but this time only C programming problems were giving to the participants.re_20160312_101119

The first problem was a simple problem which could be solved within 25 min. Most of the teams solved this within 25 min of stipulated time. Some teams did solve the problem with some extension of time.

By the time the second round started, the crowd of students outside in the quadrangle started getting together for a Treasure Hunt event. Some of the participants naturally distracted wanted to participant in both of these parallel events. The second problem was again a C programming problem with a slight increase in complexity than the previous. 4 teams were able to crack it fully, couple of teams dropped out of the contest to participant in treasure hunt.

Two teams finally were able to complete the 3rd round and one team with a partial output. Later that day, they were awarded prizes during the valedictory function.

Group Learning @ DAA Class – A Class room activity

Author: Srinidhi Kulkarni, Asst. Professor, Dept of CSE                                    Date: 26-02-2016

Design and Analysis of algorithm is culmination of theoretical, problematic and programmatic course that is tendered to the 2nd year students in their 4th semester. Course presently handled by Prof Nagaraj A, HoD, Dept of CSE, finds itself as an interesting course. He conducted an event called as group learning at 2nd floor seminar hall at 12:30pm .

Students were divided into different groups namely Ganga, Yamuna, Saraswathi, Kaveri, Narmada and Godavari. Each group was given a problem to solve based on Kruskal’s algorithm, Dijkstras algorithm, Prim’s algorithm, and Knapsack methods. Students discussed among the group to find out the optimal solution. As they say, any local problem has more than one global solution, different ideas and solutions emerged for the same problem. Each group were asked to brainstorm and to conclude the right method before their peers. Students participated with lot of enthusiasm, demonstrated Team work and peer to peer learning.

Project Review – II @ Dept of CSE/ISE

Author: Manoj Kumar M, Asst. Professor, Dept of CSE                                         Date: 06/02/2016


It is a feel good factor for Project guides if students show interest and enthusiasm to complete the planned modules and demonstrate it before Panel. We have observed that passion in our students, couple of days prior to the review, they were in that healthy tension, restless to meet the guides to show the progress, to clarify doubts, to show project documents like synopsis , work break down structure, ppts, work completion diaries and etc. 1

It is our practice to invite industry persons to conduct reviews keeping a foresight that their feedback will be beneficial for students to get exposed to real world scenarios which in turn helps to enhance their knowledge. This time we had invited eminent personalities Mr. Kiran, Scientist D, ISAC, Bangalore and Mr. Udaya, Senior Software Engineer, IBM, Bangalore.20160206_094834

Project Review 2 was scheduled on 06-02-2016 for final year students of department of Computer Science and Information Science. There were 15 projects. Students were informed to keep their projects up and running before approaching panel.

15 projects were setup and running on 6th of Feb at two labs of Dept of CSE and ISE. 2 panels of 3 members was setup to give more time for assessing projects and guide students to give better shape for the projects.

Panel 1:

  • Mr. Udaya, Senior Software Engineer, IBM,

  • Mr. Adithya B, Asst. Professor, Dept. of CSE,

  • Mr. Vallabh Mahale, Dept. of CSE.

Panel 2:

  • Mr. Kiran, Scientist D, ISAC,

  • Mr. Vadiraja A, Asst. Professor, Dept. of ISE,

  • Mr. Bharatesh C, Dept. of ISE.

20160206_123219All the students along with their guides were assembled at 2nd Floor Computer science lab for introducing the guests. We could sense the seriousness among the project groups as they were on time, turned up in formals, holding documents on one hand and kits, laptop on the other hand. After a quick introduction from Mr. Adithya B, the guests were presented a bouquet as a token of respect from Mr. Nagaraj A, Head of the department, CSE.

Parallel review sessions started at 9.45AM, and carried out till afternoon as each team has to be examined for the literature survey that they have done, how they divided the modules among each member of the team, development environment setup, methodology and future work they have planned. It took an average of 20 minutes to judge the work. It was 12.15 when we finished with all teams. 20160206_123339

Finally its time for concluding, all students and respective guides were assembled. Mr. Udaya expressed his amazement when learned that all the projects were developed in college, in fact we are proud to say that in our college students are encouraged to build their own projects in house. Mr. Udaya has also given valuable feedback about maintaining professionalism, following software development model and also highlighted to have strong commitments towards project.

Mr. Udaya and Mr. Kiran was very happy about the students being working in various real time challenging projects. They appreciated the guides for being backbone in preparing students by exposing them to real world requirements. 20160206_123435

The day was concluded with formal note of thanks to the guests. I got a chance to thank the guests, guides and students and conclude the session on a good note.

Computer Society of India – CSI Inauguration @ Jyothy Institute of Technology

Author: Meghana Srinath, Student, 6th Sem. CSE                                     Date: 5th Mar 2016

On the 5th of March 2016, it was a normal day for all the JITians except for the members of CSI. An inaugural collaborative event was organized by Department of Computer Science and Information Science, where Prof.Nagaraj, HOD along with students and faculty members congregated to glorify the event.

On that day, two different events were organized by the faculty for the students viz., “Quiz” and “Pick & Speak”. Quiz was meant for 4th semester students and Pick & Speak was meant for 6th semester students.
Asst Prof. Adithya of CSE and Asst Prof. Vadiraj of ISE were the Quiz masters. 29 teams (2 per team) registered for preliminary online round. 4 top teams were selected for the next few oral rounds as detailed below.
1. General round – ಹಾಗೆ ಸುಮ್ನೆ
2. Rapid technology – ತ್ವರಿತ ತಂತ್ರಜ್ಞಾನ
3. Tale behind pictures – ಚಿತ್ರದ ಹಿಂದಿನ ಕಥೆ

Each round was increasingly complex and interesting. The questions that the participants couldn’t answer was passed to the audience; the correct answer was rewarded with goodies.
Concomitantly, Pick and speak was going on for 6th semester at a different venue. The topics written on small chits of paper were divided into two categories: “Fun” and “Technical”.  Few of many topics in Fun category were:
First day at college
Exams or no exams
Huccha Venkat
First rank raju
Bunty or Bubbly

Some under Technical category were:
3g or 4g
Google Chrome
Google Glass
Nano technology

The rule of the game was to randomly pick a chit from either of the lots and speak for at least 2 min on the topic. Asst Prof. Chhaya and Asst Prof. Kumar throughly enjoyed while they judged the crowd of their oratory skills. We enjoyed the whole of 1 hour event and some fun time listening to wonderful thoughts from our peers.
Asst Prof. Harish photographed both the events fully. However, the winner is yet to be announced. At the end of the day all the participants were distributed with sweets as a token of appreciation.
The event was efficacious in making our day fun filling and also in portraying our talents.
Finally, I would like to thank our HOD on behalf of all the students for having given us such an opportunity and we hope we get to participate in more such events in future.

Now we are invited outside as “Resource Persons”

Author: Shruthi Sagar, Student, Dept of ISE, 6th Sem                                    Date: 4th Mar 2016

When I joined engineering at JIT, my friends used to satirically comment “It’s just JIT not IIT”. My reply was “J comes after I!!”

I chose Information science as discipline and I was waiting for an opportunity to showcase my friends that JIT is no lesser than IIT. Our branch in collaboration with Computer science does a lot of technical events where students of all branches participate. Engineer’s day in odd semester, ETET conference in even semester, BoF sessions every semester, class room activities and others motivate students to participate in all events and demonstrate their ideas using current technology and implement them in their projects. One such event on technology, Cyber physical systems or simply known as Internet of Things was organized at the end of my 5th semester. I volunteered as a student coordinator as a first step in learning more about IoT. In the workshop I was introduced to Arduino UNO board and Raspberry Pi. With this workshop a unique initiative called Centre of Cyber Physical Systems (CCPS) for R & D on IoT was instituted under the leadership of Prof Adithya B and Prof Vadiraja Acharya A.

Within no time I started working on these devices. By the beginning of 6th semester, I had good hands on experience on these devices. Our professors Adithya and Vadiraja were invited as Resource Persons in Dayanandsagar College of Engineering to deliver a day workshop on IoT using Raspberry Pi on February 27th 2016.  Perumal S my counterpart in CSE and I, both of us enthusiasts in exploring new technologies stringed along our professors as volunteers for the hands on session. We were inspirited as the crowd were students of our own batch i.e. 6th sem ISE.

8In the first session, the students were introduced into the field of IoT beautifully by Prof. Adithya. The students were amused with his incredible exordium into such a marvelous technology of the era.

The second session was cranked by Prof. Vadiraja for introducing Raspberry Pi. The applications that we developed at JIT surprised the audience. They also came up with such similar ideas.
The most interesting and last was the hands on session where the whole of 65 students were grouped into 4 teams and each team were given a Raspberry Pi and few basic demos like LED lighting ,temperature sensing, distance measurement using ultrasonic sensors. We both were eulogized by the faculty for making the workshop a grand success.

13 6After this event within no time, the news of such a thought provoking event spread across many colleges. RNSIT, MCA department sooner requested our professors to replicate the event in their college. The workshop was scheduled on 4th March 2016. Now, the target audience were final year MCA students. Our team of volunteers now increased from 2 to 4 with two final year students Ashwath DS of CSE and Divyashree of ISE whose final year projects are also based on Raspberry Pis. With a take away experience from the workshop at DSCE, we started the sessions similar to the earlier one.

The students at RNSIT were sat through Adithya sir’s session as if they attended a TED talk. Vadiraja sir’s session was no lesser enthralling to the students. In the final session of hands on, there were four labs set across where each lab could fit 20 students and each volunteer demonstrated an application on Raspberry Pi.

Ashwath introduced the basic applications like controlling LED and switches programmatically, Perumal demonstrated integrating temperature sensor and ThingSpeak cloud analytics on the sensor values. while Divya exhibited distance measurement using ultrasonic sensor and I established a server-client communication between two Raspberry Pis. Our professors had an eye on all the demos and helped us wherever we were struck. The whole of the faculty at MCA department, RNSIT were overwhelmed with our performance in the workshop.

I can say these two days were the best days in my engineering life where I had an opportunity to share my limited knowledge on single board computing machines. Till now I used to attend workshops with those friends who used to tease me about JIT. But with these two workshops, I proudly claim with those friends that I have also conducted workshops.


Thank you JIT, CSE, ISE, Prof. Adithya and Prof. Vadiraja for giving us such a magnificent experience with these two workshops. | 2-3-4-5 Rule for IoT in Medical Electronics | India Electronics Week

Author: Vadiraja Acharya, Asst. Professor, Dept of ISE                                                           Date: 12/01/2016

At the recently concluded – A three day IoT Expo held at BIEC, there were numerous talks by eminent industry experts which drew attention in the area of IoT. Among those of the densely packed auditoriums was JACARANDA where a speaker by name Mr. Srinivasa Moorthy, CEO, Andhra Pradesh Electronics & IT Agency fascinated me the most with his talk. His speech titled “How to build a device that keeps the doctor away?” showed the path to all those who are aiming at building an IoT solution in the medical electronics domains.

The guidelines he proposed was coined by him as “2-3-4-5 Rule”. The ‘2’ in the rule is much like “Persona map” of the Ideation Process. One need to know for whom the solution is built. Specifically here you need to ask yourself if you are targeting either the General Public or Physicians (Medical Experts). Why should you ask this question? The answer is obvious. The needs of each of these groups are different, which have to ultimately reflect in the solution you build for them.

Secondly the ‘3’ in the rule talks about the type of the solution you build. The solution you build may be used for Preventing some impairments or disorders. It may be a solution which may be used as a Monitoring tool which concentrates on certain parameters like Blood Sugar Level/Blood Pressure/Heart Beat etc. It may be a solution which can be used for Treatment of a particular disorder like Insulin Injector for diabetics, etc.

The ‘4’ in the rule lists the mandatory characteristics of the Solution you build. Accuracy, Robustness, Affordability and Universal Acceptance. Medical solutions are so critical, needless to say the systems should produce accurate results/readings. How does the system behave when there is a failure? How affordable is the solution you build? Is the system calibrated well and accepted universally? These are the four questions which must be answered with at most care.

Finally the ‘5’ says you need to follow five design principles. The solution should be a Complete one. It should be a Platform Based solution. It should be Responsive and Safe. A particular Development Process needs to be followed strictly and at last the solution should be Traceable and Manufacturable.

Mr. Moorthy explained each of these items in an elaborated fashion quoting appropriate case studies and use cases. With people like Moorthy we feel there is no dearth of resource persons who can guide young Entrepreneurs. They need not feel lost or confused when they embark their journey towards building an IoT Solution in Medical electronics domain. My colleagues and I were really lucky to be in JACARANDA hall on 12th Jan 2016 to listen to his inspiring speech.

Thank you Moorthy Sir and the Organizers of Expo!!


Five day Journey – A workshop on Internet of Things Ecosystem

Author: Adithya B, Asst. Professor, CSE                                                                                   Date : 11/01/2016

After a 5 day workshop on Internet Of Things Ecosystem which started on 4th of Jan 2016, after lot of leanings, lot of coding, lot of networking with participants, speakers and students; when the workshop concluded on 8th of Jan 2016 there was feeling of contentment and accomplishment.

The inception of the idea of conducting such a unique workshop was discussed with our HOD Mr. Nagaraj six months ago. Since then, we stepped out to attend workshops, tech talks and conferences not just in search of resource persons but also to try and understand what is IoT and what completes IoT. We later started working on the practical aspects of IoT. Sensors to computing, computing to internet, Internet to cloud, cloud to app, was just a one way journey.

We started preparing and listing components needed for FDP’s hands on experience and presented our proposal before our Principal. The idea was not to procure the sensors, boards for just FDP but also to set up a IoT lab. Our Principal and the management dint even blink their eye to approve the budget for a right cause.

Preparation went briskly in terms of preparing a basic lab manual for IoT lab, arrangements, printing and distributing brochures, inviting and interacting with guests and resource persons, development of online registration forms and so on.

On the first day, Dr. Bhanumati, chairperson, CSI Bangalore chapter and Mr. Hari Babu, Principal Technical Officer, C-DAC, inaugurated the workshop. Bhanumathi madam inspired the audience with stories of her experiences at DRDO where she worked as scientist in weapon control system, indicating importance of IoT in defense.

Mr. Haribabu delivered a wonderful one hour session on IoT basics, case study of IoT and described a agricultural IoT solution implemented by C-DAC in Ananthapura. The session set a apt mood and platform for the next find 5 day.

On the same day two other guests from C DAC Mr. Koushik Nanda and Mr. Dwarkanath, Technical officers spoke about C Motes, CDAC gateways, Lab Kits available at C DAC for educational institutes and various case studies that is in action.

Our intention was clear when we went in search of resource persons. We wanted people who practiced the craft of Internet of Things to teach the craft. That was the very reason, we went in shelter of C-DAC. The management of C-DAC was gracious enough to accept our request and permitted a day industrial visit to the Param Padma supercomputing facilty, IoT lab of CDAC. Sessions on augmented reality framework Archlib, cloud solution Sumegha and Internet security was nothing but a treat to eager minds. Participants enjoyed and learned thoroughly. The day ended with a scrumptious lunch at MTR, Indiranagar.

The third day was a tensed day and the most interesting among all the five days. Participants got to witness some hands on experience on Intel Edison groover kit. 6 kits were distributed among the participants by Mr. Rupam Das, Founder, Integrated ideas. Few sensors were integrated and tested on Intel edison board.

It was fun when we also got to witnessed the concepts of Google cloud platform for IoT. Anuj Duggal energized the crowed with his quick and effective content delivery. A very nice and very technically fueled session by Abhishek Narain from Microsoft on Azure cloud platform for IoT completed the third day. Although Anuj and Abhishek had planned hands on, they had to settle down for theoretical sessions due to technical glitch and time constraints. Nevertheless insights into cloud platform changed the view point of developing IoT solutions.

The reputation of any education institution is in the hands of its Students. I am personally very proud to have got a chance to teach a bunch of kids who have uplifted the images of Jyothy Institute of Technology in front of faculty from various colleges. When we requested them to deliver a session on their work, Perumal, Vinay Kiran and team were afraid to face faculty with no preparation. But, they eventually overcame that fear and delivered a wonderful demonstration of IoT projects.

Later that day they worked with Mr. Akshit and Mr. Somesh from Webero Teamchat, who had come from Mumbai to demonstrate and show us a new kind of WhatsApp for IoT called Teamchat, which is a messaging platform for IoT devices. The hands on by Akshit and Somesh and a beautiful product ideation monitored by Mr. Vadiraja helped the participants build small IoT prototypes the very last day on Hackathon.

The programme ended with a good note and nice feed back by our participant friends. Faculty from APSCE, BNMIT, SVCE, DSCE, CEC-Mangalore, KSIT, SJCIT, TJIT, CEC-Bangalore and BRCE had actively participated with enthusiasm and eagerness. I congratulate each one of them and also congratulate the hosts for successful completion of the workshop which ended in the presences of our CEO Mr. Shankarnarayan.

Birds Of Feathers

Authors: Adithya B, Sumana C – Department of CSE                                                         Date: 10 – 10 – 2015


More than 100 speakers, more than 40 teams gathered at the department of CSE and ISE to flock together. We called the event itself “Birds of Feathers” inspired by “Birds of feathers, flock together“; although just an idiom, it reverberated in every JITian’s heart on 10th of Oct when students met each other to share and learn.

matrix-300x200 board-300x200The event meant for the students was the brain child of Mr. Nagaraj A, HOD, Dept of CSE. It was organized in collaboration with Dept of ISE. We were initially very skeptical about how students are going to receive and participate in such an un-conference. It turned out, this was the exact collaborative learning they were waiting for. The idea was to allow students to pick up a topic of interest and speak about that for 15 min. They had to not just select a topic, but advertise and sell their ideas to build a crowd worth listening

IoT, Blue Brain, Animation using flash, Software Murder Mystery, Virtual Reality are just small examples of wonderful ideas students had to speak on. A matrix as big as 2 square feet was build by the student coordinators in the 2nd floor Quadrangle to display the venue and timings of each of the 42 talks at 7 venues in parallel. Well, if you are thinking the venue would be some classroom or an auditorium, you are wrong there. It was informally setup on the corridors of Dept of CSE and ISE.

Students cheered at the crowd calling them at their stalls, as if a private bus conductors would call for passengers. It was a exciting scene to witness the market place of ideas. Each venue was decorated with feedback boards and colorful posters.

Totally 3 awards and 2 consolation prizes were given away by both the Dept of CSE and Dept of ISE. I would be happy to display the full list of teams that won awards below.

I Its Magic:
Sushmitha S
How does Siri Work:
Abhilash K
II Wearable Technology:
Shruthi P
Shrujana P
Glass Technology:
Prajwal H G
Muniyappa K
Punith Sharma
Sangna H S
III Software Murder Mystery:
Vishal Srinivas
Abhishek P M
Sathya Krishna
Virtual Reality:
Krishna Sharma
Consolation Optical Camouflage:
Prakruthi B
Blue Brain:
Akshatha C
Nagamayuri B S
Consolation Animation Using FLash:
Shruthi Sagar
Technical Impact on Agriculture:
Harshitha R
Pooja R
Rakshitha S


15As a feather to already existing crowd were guests from Civil Dept, Electronics, Mechanical, Basic Science. Along side were Mr. Vinay from Smarteq, Mr. Srinivasan from Jain University, Mr. Vinayaka from Intel Securities, who enthusiastically participated in the BoF. Our Alumini Shridhar, Mazar, Prashanth, Anugna, Anushree, Kavitha, Dhanush, Anun and Supreeth visited the stalls and encouraged their Juniors at JIT greatly.

It was not just students but all faculty member of CSE/ISE co-participated, guided, brainstormed ideas and motivated students for BoF since the inception of the idea. It was treat to see teachers in action side by side with students.

The event spearheaded by Vindya Prabha and Prajwal of 7th sem under the guidance of Prof. Sumana and Prof. Pruthvi came to a conclusion at 4:15. Our beloved principal Dr. K  V  Mahendra told while he loved the interaction with students and  I quote; “I feel like doing engineering yet again”. He gave away the prizes to conclude the event and congratulated all the winners and the department of CSE and ISE for its success.

Engineer’s Day Celebration @ CSE/ISE

Author: Vadiraja A, Asst. Professor, Dept of ISE                                                                     Date: 19-09-2015

At Department of CSE and ISE, we have always believed in getting our hands dirty on the technology to understand it better and stand out from the rest. With the support of the management we have been emphasizing practical approach towards learning.

In that view, Engineers Days celebrated on account of Sir M Vishwesharaya’s birthday, is an attempt to motivate the young minds in the department to Think and Innovate new things. A day was spent in showcasing the projects done by faculty members of CSE and ISE departments along with self motivated students was food for brains.

Many projects developed were showcasing applications and proof of concept for IoT(The Internet of Things) which was essentially the theme of Engineer’s day at JIT. Few students had worked on Robotics , Networking, Software Defined Networks, Virtual Networks and so on. Projects received great deal of appreciation by junior students in the department and they actively participated in the event by creating creative clickers which attracted many students; adding good ambiance to the Live Demo Program. Other events like Technical Quiz and Tech-Rangoli were received well by the students.

The first year students of all departments got a chance to visit all the demonstration stalls and ask curious questions. They interacted with their seniors, understood concepts and appreciated with their raised eyebrows. A separate stall was setup inviting students for a De-Bug challenge. De-Bug challenge was sportively and overwhelming accepted by students and they loved solving the problems thrown at them. Over 20 projects, Technical Quiz, Tech-Rangoli and De-Bug challenge was a perfect blend for computer science enthusiasts to celebrate the birthday of the greatest Engineer India has ever seen.

Best projects by students was awarded, winners of the Technical-Quiz and Tech-Rangoli were presented the certificates by our beloved Principal. The event was concluded with semester wise group photos with the faculty members. Thanks to the efforts of the faculty co-ordinators Prof. Garima G and Prof. Kishore whose contributions made the event a grand success. Thanks to all the student Co-Ordinators for their enthusiastic work under the leadership of Pruthivi and Ashwath of 7th Sem CSE. Thanks to all the faculty members of CSE/ISE for their efforts. Thanks to our HOD Prof. Nagaraj A, Our Principal Dr. Mahendra K V and the Management for their guidance and support.