“FORUM VENTURE” was an Inter Dept event conducted by the Professional Connect Club at MBA Seminar Hall on 27/12/22. The event was mainly focused on improving students confidence and also to test themselves under interview pressure.
The event consisted of three rounds.
ROUND 1 : ESCAPE ROOM
Escape room where the participants had to crack mind twisting puzzles under 45min. Groups gather together where they are given a puzzles to get started. Participants have one hour to find clues and solve the escape puzzle games before time is up. The puzzle is divides into phases where the team to solve the phases with the right clues gets an opportunity to enter the next round.
ROUND 2 : GROUP DISCUSSION
In this round qualified participants had to take part in GROUP DISCUSSION which was judged by Prabhu James Sir from the Life Skills Department. Here the top qualifying teams get to do a group discussion based on the random topic given to them by the judge, and the team to have the best coordination and communication with the best examples , questioning skills and solutions are selected for the next round.
ROUND 3 : TECHNICAL HR INTERVIEW
Qualified participants were put under test by witnessing an actual technical HR interview which was conducted by Lipsa Ma’am, Assistant Professor, Department of ECE. Here the finalists gain a chance to prove their technical skills and knowledge based on the topics like problem solving, technical questions , industrial standards and upcoming technologies.
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The “electronic tussle” competition was created to evaluate
participant’s general and applied knowledge of the field as well as
their comfort level with circuitry, a crucial component of electronics,
and their command on it.
The event consisted of two rounds.
In this round, each team consisted of two students, and the round
began with a flash quiz to test the team’s understanding. This was
followed by their application theory, which had to be answered in a
short period of time. The contents covered a wide range of electronic
topics, such as the use of transformers and diodes, logic gates and
their expressions, how microprocessors operate, systems
programming languages, wavelength patterns, and others. The test
was an OMR-based test, and the top 7 teams out of the 15
participating teams were chosen for the next phase.
In this phase of the event, the teams were given a task to create a
circuit on an online simulator based on the topic given, this checked
the practical knowledge of the students and their circuit-building
skills, this round also had a time criterion, which checked their speed
of solving along with accuracy and precision of the solution, the first
two teams to create it with the minimum amount of time were
considered the winner for the event.
Enlightronics was a seminar cum technical event which aimed at providing the participants to learn about the ever-growing world of technology and also partake in the technical events to put their
technical knowledge to the test.
The seminar was followed by the initiation of the technical events. The first technical and overall second round of the event was called “Electro-Quiz”. This was a quizzical round in which the
participants were asked 30 questions from various aspects in the field electronics and communications. The questions were framed to test the participants on their technical skills and also their knowledge about the current trends in the field of technology and electronics. The results
obtained from this round were used to shortlist 10 participants from 15 participants present. The cutoff criteria being 15 points for the round, resulted in the elimination of 5 participants and the other
10 progressed to the next round.
The third and final round of the event was a fun, innovative and technical-oratory round. “Electro-Verse” was the final round in which the participants were required to introduce themselves
metaphorically through means of the selected 20 components that were presented. Participants were judged on their communication and also the appropriate usage of the component in a sentence. This
innovative round helped the participants showcase their oratory skills and also their understanding on various components in the field of electronics and communication.
Enlightronics was conducted in a successful manner, the top 2 winners were awarded with prizes and the event was fruitful.
PRE-REQUISITES OF VLSI
The event was aimed at creating awareness regarding the budding semiconductor
industry, VLSI. It included a detailed description of the pre-requisites to enter the
industry and technological requirements and skillsets to establish and pursue a career
in this field. The event was divided into three parts: Presentation, quiz and interactive
session. An elaborate explanation of the conceptual and memory-based information
was given in the presentation. The quiz tested the gained knowledge analytically and
the interactive session will deepen the roots.
The event circuitrick was designed around varied circuits and their
parameters to test the overall knowledge and grip of participants on
circuitry , which is a vital part of electronics .
Students from different semesters took part in this event to showcase their technical knowledge under the pressure of time.
The two day event commenced with the inaugural ceremony of the fest TECHNOMELA , a flagship event of MTS, and a session led by the chief guest, Dr.Venkatesan Ramaswamy(Scientist-G, Group Head of Ocean Observing Systems National Institute of Ocean Technology Chennai, India).
Students from different departments and semesters, took part in various events to showcase their technical knowledge and skills. The fest was conducted with the permission and guidance of the Chairman Dr. Mohan Magnani, the Principal Dr. Manjunatha, HoD of the ECE department Dr. Sanjeev Sharma and Faculty Co-coordinator Mr. Naveen H.
The events brought attention to the hard work put in by the participants in showcasing their talents. The inaugural ceremony started at 10 AM, June 4th followed by the events that ended on June 5th 5 PM.
Engineering Electromagnetics Workshop, 14th November 2019
The electromagnetic fest was started at 11:30 with a room occupied by working models which was the first event of the day.
This event was based on how we could use electromagnetics in day to day life. The main event was subdivided into
four events namely, Model Exhibition, Role Play, Paper Presentation, and Scientific Temper.
That was an end to the first SUBJECT oriented fest in the ECE department, with all hands put together with supporting each other in uplifting this event.
ELECTRONICS FOR DUMMIES, 24th August 2019
The day started with club members hustling around to arrange everything we needed
for the day. The event aimed to make sure that every Electronics
student knew the theory and also knew how to implement with their very own hands
using a smartphone. The competition was conducted with the permission and guidance
of Chairman Dr. Mohan Magnani, the Principal Dr. Manjunatha, and the HoD of
the ECE department Dr. Sanjeev Sharma. The seminar started around 9:30 am to
2:00 pm We had 50 participants in this event which included 1st to 4th-year Electronics
JALAYANTRA, 27th April 2019
Embedded Systems Design Workshop, 28th March 2018
The Professional Connect Club of ECE Department in collaboration with Starcom Information Technology Ltd. organized a workshop on Embedded Systems Design – ARM Cortex M4 on 28 March 2018 at New Horizon College of Engineering.
The workshop was for three hours starting from 2 p.m. with a total strength of 34 students of the department itself.
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Indian Electronics Week 2018
Smart is in. Be it the water-tap or your car, your telephone or your city – Everything is getting smarter. With a few to discover the ‘Smart’ world, an Industrial visit to the Third Edition of India Electronics Week (IEW) 2018, one of the largest tech-expos was organized by the Professional Connect Club of New Horizon College of Engineering. Around 70 registered students from the Electronics and Communication department were organized to witness the event which was scheduled to take place at the Karnataka Trade Promotion Organization(KTPO) from February 7th to 9th, 2018. The mega event was organized by the EFY group and supported by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY). The theme for this year’s IEW was “Driving Technology, Innovation & Investment for Smart Products”.
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A visit to the National Institute of Ocean Technology, 2nd November 2017
On the 2nd of November, we visited the National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT). During our trip there we observed many of our ocean observatory systems. There we observed how they track the ocean’s activity using buoys. We saw the different types of buoys used by NIOT. One of the observation system used by NIOT to observe the ocean is ADDRESS (Advanced Data Reception and Analysis System). Here Data and Tsunami Buoy platforms transmit data to the data center at OOS-NIOT, Chennai, at regular intervals, round the clock and all through the year. A large quantum of data is being received, archived and being provided on near real-time to INCOIS-Hyderabad for further dissemination. Since the data-sets are in different forms, obtained from three different types of buoy systems (74 from OMNI, 34 from Met-Ocean and 25 from Tsunami buoys per transmission) both hourly and three hours per day, contains information on different spatial and temporal scales, mining them for predictive analysis in the required format and tracking the history of a particular sensor is a challenge. This image shows the software interface of ADDRESS.
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Introduction to IEEE
Our club recently organized a workshop to introduce the students to IEEE in the MBA Seminar Hall on the 27th of March. It was addressed by Mr. Munir Mohammed who is the Program Specialist at the ComSoc, which is a sub-division of IEEE.
The focus was to enlighten the students about IEEE and what advantages they would have on becoming a member of the chapter. He explained about the IEEE student branch, programs and formation, student branch awards, student communities and conferences and expos that are conducted by the IEEE.
The students who attended a workshop learned a lot about IEEE and almost all of them were interested in becoming an IEEE member and also a part of the chapter.
Read the full report here.
Professional Ethics Workshop
Our Club organized a workshop on professional ethics on the 14th of March in the MBA Seminar Hall. It was conducted by Dr. Aradhna Yadhav of the MBA department of our college.
It contained topics like Resume writing, Personality Analysis, Active Listening, Energy and Energize and so on. Overall the students learned a lot in this workshop such as the importance of a properly made resume and analyzing personality types.
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Trip to the EFY exhibition, 4th March 2017
‘The Indian Electronics Week’ was held at the Bengaluru International Exhibition Centre on 4th March 2017 at BIEC(Bangalore International Exhibition Centre) by the EFY(Electronics For You) magazine. A team of 24 members led by Mr. Manish Ranjan explored the event with the yearning to explore. The event took place on 4th March 2017. This exhibition center that occupies a large area had around 180 exhibitors and 10,000 visitors. It had around 200 speakers and 3000 conferences, delegates and workshops As future engineers it was an informative platform to learn about the latest technologies introduced. There were workshops on IoT, advances in engineering and technology.
PCC utilized the opportunity provided to them most efficiently and learned about the recent advancement in the electronics and electrical field. The most educational part of the whole trip was the fact that they got to know more about
upcoming trends in electronics.
The two-day event commenced with the inaugural ceremony of the fest TECHNOMELA, a flagship event of MTS, and a session led by the chief guest, Dr.Venkatesan Ramaswamy(Scientist-G, Group Head of Ocean Observing Systems National Institute of Ocean Technology Chennai, India).
Students from different departments and semesters, took part in various events to showcase their technical knowledge and skills. The fest was conducted with the permission and guidance of the Chairman Dr. Mohan Magnani, the Principal Dr. Manjunatha, HoD of the ECE department Dr. Sanjeev Sharma, and Faculty Co-coordinator Mr. Naveen H.
The events brought attention to the hard work put in by the participants in showcasing their talents. The inaugural ceremony started at 10 AM, June 4th followed by the events that ended on June 5th at 5 PM.