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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

DEPARTMENT VISION

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering strives to be a centre of repute by imparting quality education to produce globally competent graduates with human values.

DEPARTMENT MISSION

  • Create conducive environment for overall development of students.
  • Equip the students with technical skills to bridge the gap between academia and industry

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

Electronics and Communication (EC) engineering broadly deals with systems related to acquiring, communicating, manipulating and analyzing information. To put it in simple words EC covers wide area of applications from small sensor to huge satellites, simple calculators to super computers, microwave ovens to missiles, mobile phones to medical electronics, automation in industries to electronics in automobiles etc. EC has achieved fastest technology growth ever among all domains of engineering and has registered its spread in almost all areas of application. Presence of EC has become ubiquitous and has undoubtedly become one of the basic branches in Engineering. Because of the nature of curriculum that EC Engineers study, they have plenty of career opportunities not only in the core area of Electronics and Communication but also in allied areas like Instrumentation, Computer Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering., Mechatronics, Bio-medical etc. The Faculty members are Highly Experienced and dedicated in mouldings the students to cope with competitive career, higher studies and research activities Faculty members have published many international journal papers, attended many workshops and FDP. Two Professors with Doctoral Degree. Two Associate professors pursuing doctoral degree, Four Assistant Professors pursuing doctoral degree. Eighteen Assistant professors with PG Degree. The department has excellent infrastructure with state-of-the-art equipment's and software tools. 8 dedicated technical staff for laboratory experiment conduction.7 laboratories including research and industrial Project lab. The department has a close interaction with the alumni and is continuously using their inputs for betterment of the curriculum and research facilities to meet the industrial needs. Keeping an eye on the need of the industry and the society, department of Electronics and communication Engineering has been conducting numerous core technical workshops for both students and faculty members to meet the vision and mission of the department and eventually of the college. The department is committed to work toward quality education through innovative teaching and learning processes, state-of-the-art facilities and conducive academic ambiance. Some of the best practices at department include:

  • Student centric teaching and learning process
  • Extensive use of educational software and other multimedia tools for efficient teaching and learning.
  • Various value addition programs along with regular academics to improve skill level of students.
  • Encouragement for participation in technical events and competitions.
  • Expert Lectures by Industrial personnel.
  • Industry defined projects for final year students.
  • Regular industrial visits for field exposure.
  • Internship programs for students during semester breaks.
  • Regular workshops on Communication Skills and Personality Development.
  • Mock Interview sessions conducted by Industry and Academic experts.
  • Empower students to develop skills for lifelong learning.
  • Continuously updating students with available career options and market trends.
  • Assist students to develop and implement job search strategies.
  • Upgrading students skill sets to meet expectations of industries.
  • Assist students to develop academic and career interest, and short- and long-term goals through individual counseling.

FROM THE DESK OF DEPARTMENT HEAD

"Welcome to the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE)"

The department of Electronics and Communication Engineering was established in 2001 in line with the college motto of providing technical education to students at affordable cost in this field. The undergraduate curriculum is in adherence to the syllabi provided by the Visvesvaraya Technological University - Belagavi, however to bridge the gap between industry and academia, the department follows an outcome-based education system model. We train the students in soft skills and educate them in topics like embedded systems, artificial intelligence, wired and wireless communication systems with special emphasis on developing coding skills, in addition to those prescribed in the curriculum. We have a very good Teacher-Guardian scheme where in the students are mentored to perform well in academics and encourage them to participate in co-curricular and extracurricular activities. The scheme is a link between the students and their parents. Care has been taken to provide a good platform for product development and research activities. The professional societies and departmental association arrange several technical, personality development activities for the overall development of the students. Our alumni are our strength. They provide us with inputs that help us make our students industry ready at the end of their course. We have fully fledged laboratories to bring out the best from the students making learning more experiential. As famous football player Pele rightly said

“Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do”,

We seek to excel, putting in hard work and adopting changes to give the best. In this context, we welcome your suggestions to upgrade our curriculum helping our students to graduate from our program, succeeding in the tests and challenges that life poses at them in flying colours.

-Dr. Rajalakshmi Samaga B L
Head of the Department

PEO's and PO's

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

  1. Succeed in their professional career.
  2. Apply the knowledge of Electronics and Communication to address technological problems of industry and society.
  3. Demonstrate leadership qualities and exhibit professional standards.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

  1. Ability to specify, design, build and test analog, digital, embedded systems and to apply programming skills in the relevant fields.
  2. Ability to understand and apply modern wired and wireless analog and digital communication systems for existing problems.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Engineering graduates in Electronics and Communication Engineering will be able to:

  1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

FACILITIES

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering is equipped with totally 6 full-fledged laboratories. All the laboratories are fully equipped to meet all the requirements of the curriculum and have good ambience and ventilation.

Hardware Lab I-Advanced Communication Lab

This laboratory enables the 4thyear students to gain practical experience in understanding the digital modulation techniques, microstrip antennas, and optical communication systems.

Major facilities

  • Digital storage Oscilloscope
  • Function generators
  • Microstrip Communication setup
  • Klystron setup
  • Antenna Trainer kit set
  • OFC kits

Hardware Lab II-LIC and Communication Lab

This laboratory enables the 2nd year students to get practical experience in design, assembly, testing and evaluation of Rectifiers, Amplifiers, and Oscillators in the 3rd semester and also, Design and analysis of op-amp circuits, multivibrators, and analog communication modules in the 4th semester.

Major facilities

  • CRO (analog and digital storage, with 4 channels)
  • Function generators
  • Trainer kits
  • Antenna setup
  • Various Digital Modulation Kits
  • Power supply units.

Hardware lab III-Logic Design Lab and Project Lab

The study of the various applications of Digital ICs is done in this laboratory by the students in the 2nd year. It is also used exclusively used by the Final Year students to carry out their UG Projects in the even semester

Major facilities/Equipments

  • Digital IC Trainer kit, IC Tester.
  • MSP430 G2XX Launchpad Kit
  • IGBT Based Three Phase PWM Inverter
  • FPGA Based Power Electronics and Motor Control Application Setup,
  • DSP Based DC Motor Speed Control Setup
  • FPGA Based Power Electronics Trainer Kit
  • Arduino Based Development Setup
  • DEV Kit 8500D DM3730 Board Based Development Setup
  • Embedded Development Setup with SPARTAN & DAVENCHI Kits For Fast Real Time Video Applications Development Setup
  • OMAP Based Development Setup Using Beagle Bone
  • Panda Board Based Development Setup
  • Sitara Based Development Setup
  • Stellaris Based Development Setup
  • VIRTEX-6 FPGA Based Development Setup

Software Lab I-VLSI Lab/Computer Networks Lab

This laboratory is utilized by the 4th year students for VLSI Lab and 3rd year students for Computer Networks lab.Electric software enables to design analog VSLI circuits and layouts and simulate them. Xilinx IDE enables to simulate digital VLSI designs.NCTUNS is used to simulate computer networks using switch and hub for TCP and UDP protocols for different bandwidths and error rates. Shortest routing protocols are executed using C compiler

Major tools

  • 35 Pentium Core PCs
  • 48 port Ethernet Switch
  • Centralised UPS
  • Xilinx software
  • Electric software
  • NCTUNS software

Software Lab II-DSP Lab/Embedded Controller Lab

This laboratory is equipped with MATLAB software, Code Composer Studiowhere students learn to execute signal processing programs in the 5th semester. In the Embedded Controller Lab, the students of 6th semester interface STM32F100RB microcontroller with various peripherals.

List of major tools

  • MATLAB 6.5
  • KeilUVision 4
  • CCS Full version software
  • STM32F100RB kits
  • Interfacing Kits
  • TMS DSP Processor kits

Software Lab III-Microprocessor Lab/HDL Controller Lab

This laboratory enables students of 2nd year to get an exposure to 8086 microprocessor assembly level programming and interfacing of peripheral devices. Also, Verilog programming and FPGA implementation of digital circuits is done for 3rd year students in this laboratory.

Major tools

  • 30 Desktop PCs
  • Centralised UPS
  • Xilinx software
  • ModelSim 5.3
  • MASMED
  • Spartan III FPGA Kits
  • PC-ADDON Cards,
  • Interfacing Kits
  • 100Mbps Internet

Software laboratories are equipped with Microsoft Windows 7, Windows 10, Windows XP campus license, MS OFFICE 2003, 2007 campus license


Research/Project Lab

Additional laboratory facilities are created in the department to improve the quality of learning, catering to the needs of the students. This laboratory is used to conduct project and research work and to meet the requirement of beyond working hours


Class Room

  • Class rooms are designed so as to ensure excellent audibility.
  • Classrooms are well illuminated and ventilated.
  • Class rooms are spacious with comfortable seating arrangements.
  • All the class rooms are equipped with LCD projectors.

Seminar Hall

  • Department has got a well-equipped and spacious seminar hall with a seating capacity of 120.
  • Seminar hall is used for conducting short term courses, guest lecturers, FDP etc.
  • Seminar hall is well ventilated and illuminated.

Tutorial Room

Department has a tutorial room with a seating capacity of 20 students with LCD projector for conducting tutorial classes.

ACADEMICS

The department of Electronics and Communication Engineering established in the year 2001 and is affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU),Belgavi, Karnataka. Approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) for the undergraduate course, Accredited by National Board of Accreditation for the period of two years from July 2015-July 2017. The department wants to impart quality education to the students catering to the needs of the industries.


The department has well-qualified and experienced faculty with a healthy student to staff ratio of 18:1. Out of which two are Doctorates, four are pursuing Ph.D and remaining are Post-Graduates. Faculty members are dedicated and committed to their profession and strive hard to bring out the best from the students. Many international/national journal papers are published by the faculty. They present their research papers in international/national conferences. They are encouraged to participate in FDP and technical workshops to upgrade their knowledge.


The department provides ample opportunities to students to work on mini-projects, develop communication skills, explore internship opportunities in industry and take part in national & international design contests like IICDC, DrishTI from TI University Program. The students are trained to take part in continuous learning courses such as Spoken Tutorial and NPTEL. The vibrant IEEE professional society organizes events such as to bring out the hidden talents from the students. In addition, the department association conducts various activities to help the students to excel in co-curricular and extracurricular activities. The teacher guardian scheme is very well established in the department where in teacher guardian guideshis/her wards to perform well in academics as well as to take part in those activities necessary for the overall development of the students.


The department follows Outcome Based Education system in which technical activities are conducted to make the students industry ready.The students are encouraged to do mini projects during their course. Emphasis is given on product development and research activities. In this regard external agencies such as Fiabilite, Slekin technologies help our students. Priorities are given for paper presentations in conferences/technical fests. The department wants the students to take part in the technical contests or in the events such as KCST, ANVESHANA etc.


Electronics and Communication Engineering lays greater emphasis on deep understanding of fundamental principles and state of the art knowledge about Electronic Devices and Circuits, Computer Architecture and Microprocessors, VLSI and Embedded systems, Electromagnetic Field Theory, Analog and Digital Communication, Digital Signal Processing, Microwave and wired/wireless Communication systems. The emphasis is given in improving coding skills in the students so that they get placements in IT industry also. We have very good placement record over the past 5 years.


Overall, the department helps the student to grow and establish himself in this competitive world.

FACULTIES

TEACHING STAFF

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Dr. Ganesh V Bhat

Principal/Professor

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Dr. Rajalakshmi Samaga

Professor/HOD

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Ragavendra M Shetty K

Associate Professor

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Dayananda G.K

Associate Professor

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Savitha Acharya

Assistant Professor

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Jayashree K

Assistant Professor

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Ashwini V R

Assistant Professor

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Akshatha G Baliga

Assistant Professor

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M Sandeep Prabhu

Assistant Professor

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Ajeya B

Assistant Professor

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Pavithra H.B

Assistant Professor

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Rajitha A.A

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Padmahasa M

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Mohan A.R

Assistant Professor

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Raghavendra Sooda

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Kavya A.D

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Vayusutha M

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Vinay H.S

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Anoop Kumar P K G

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Jayaprasad K.M

Assistant Professor

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Sreerama Samatha J.G

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Ajith Kumar B P

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Manjunath I R

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Naidile S

Assistant Professor

TECHNICAL STAFF

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Suresh Nayak H

Foreman

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Naveena K

Sr. Lab Instructor

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Deena Elcy Saldanha

Lab Instructor

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Lavanya B

Lab Instructor

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Poornima

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Sandeep

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Ajith Kumar

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Pavithra

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Purushothama

Attender

Alumni Talk by Navami (15-02-2019)

Ms.Navami Kini, ECE Alumnus delivered a technical talk on 'Application of Computer Networks in industry'.The talk was conducted on 15th February,2019 from 2pm to 3pm in EC seminar hall. 108 students of 6th semester, ECE were present for the talk. Mr Gopalkrishna, 8th sem, ECE welcomed the gathering and Ms. Prasiddi Pai, 8th sem, ECE introduced Ms Navami Kini. Ms. Navami explained the application of computer network in VMware. She also explained TCP/IP, IPV4.She also talked about how to prepare for placement drives, what the industry expects from engineering graduates and how to prepare for core companies. Students interacted very well clearing all their doubts. Mr. Raghavendra Bhatkere 8th sem ECE delivered vote of thanks. Dr. Rajalakshmi Samaga B L, HOD, ECE thanked Ms. Navami and felicitated her with momento.


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One day Summit on Technology trends and advancement in health Care (17-11-2018)

One day summit on technology trends and advancements in health care was organized by IEEECan by the support of EMBS Bangalore Chapter and Standards Association In association with IEEE Bangalore Section and IEEE Mangalore Sub Section, DrAnnappa, Chair IEEE MSS, one of the organisers, delivered the welcome address and DrNiranjan U C SMIEEE - Director R&T Manipal Dot Net, the program Convenor, set the context by giving the opening remarks. The keynote address on Clinical Engineering: A New Dimension In Healthcare. Was given by Dr.NSriram, Chair EMBS Bangalore, Professor and Head Medical Electronics RIT. Mr. Raghu S - Ph.D. Scholar at Maastricht University, Netherlands- spoke on Modelling Machine Learning Algorithms For Classification Of Epileptic Seizures In EEG Signals.DrRajini - VP Corporate affairs - Skanray Technologies spoke on Ventilator technology and Emergency Medicine. Post tea in Session 2 , Mr Rama Reddy, Department of Biotechnology Project Lab, Department of Medical electronics, spoke on “Medical IoT: challenges and opportunities”. Mr Sanjay Kimbahune-Senior Scientist TCS, delivered a very interesting talk on “Sensor Driven Monitoring And Assessment Of Health Parameters”. DrShabanaUrooj Head EEE dept. Gautam Buddha University Noida, addressed the gathering on “Networking and interdisciplinary hand-shakes for significant growth of medical tech”. Post Lunch in Session 3, Prof. Nandish SOIS Manipal (PhD) spoke on Medical Image Processing, Analytics and Visualization - Interoperability Standard in Medical Imaging along with the “3D Volume rendering using VTK – Demo”. DrSampath Kumar Bhagwath MD KumudaHeathCare, reminisced his journey into entrepreneurship, in his talk on “ SPINAK - a 3D diagnostic tool for spinal disorders”. Finally Mr. SandeepPatil (PhD), Executive Director, Applied Cognition Systems spoke on “Extended Care in Healthcare Paradigm . The talk on “Need for standards and IEEE Standards in Healthcare” delivered by Mr. Munir M Mohammad a senior program officer, IEEE India office Bangalore was filled with amalogies and well supported with examples and instances. Dr Ganesh Bhat, Principal, Canara college of Engg, appreciated the support from all the resource people from the Healthcare Industry and Academic /Research Institutes


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Participation in Grace Hopper Celebration India GHCI (16-11-2018)

The GHCI -asias largest gathering of women technologist. It is produced by AnitaB.org and presented in partnership with ACM India. Three students from Canara Engineering College IEEE Student Branch received student scholarship to attend the event.


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DrisTI on line test from Texas Instrument on Analog Electronics and MSP 430 (14-11-2018)

This Report provides a short summary of the online test conducted remotely by Edgate Technology, Bangalore and offered under TI India University Programming. Test was on Embedded System Design and organized at Canara Engineering College by Prof. Manjunatha I.R, Assistant Professor, Dept. of ECE. Third year A and B section and 2nd Year b section students of Electronics & Communication Engineering Department had enrolled for the test which was conducted on November 1st,14th and 16th , 2018 from 1:00 PM to 02:00 PM at VLSI and DSP Lab. Course syllabus includes MSP430 and Analog Electronics. Total 147 registered and 115 students were participated, and 61 student have cleared the test and received their certificate. The course material was provided by the “Texas Instrument” at Bangalore.


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IEEE Day and Ada Lovelace Day Competition -CanTalk 2.0 Advancing Technology by great Indian Jugaad Logic (29-10-2018)

The event organised by the WiEAG : with the topic Advancement of technology for humanity - by the great Indian Jugaad logic – Topic for the eJugaad is a colloquial Hindi Bengali and Punjabi word Roughly translated, to mean a "hack." It could also refer to an innovative fix or a simple work-around, a solution that bends the rules, or a resource that can be used in such a way. It is also often used to signify creativity: to make existing things work, or to create new things with meager resources Jugaad also applies to any kind of creative and out-of-the-box thinking or life hacking that maximizes resources. It is increasingly accepted as an acceptable form of frugal engineering at peak in India . This topic was chosen to increase the creative exposition and oratory skills of the students along with promoting the ladies to come out and talk in Can Talk2.0 open only for women. Phase 1 needed the participants with Gist/abstract/ rief synopsis to be sent to the IEECan email ID in maximum 5 sentences. The screened and shortlisted entries were to be presented for evaluation at a later date


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IEEE Xtreme12.0 (20-10-2018)

IEEEXtreme is a global challenge in which teams of IEEE Student members—advised and proctored by an IEEE member, and often supported by an IEEE Student Branch—compete in a 24-hour time span against each other to solve a set of programming problems. 40 teams consisting of 102 members took active participation in the code challenge at the Cyber Lab in the campus. The major hurdle was finding likeminded mentors willing to help. The SB is gratedful to the proctors, for agreeing to proctor the volunteers in time and helping in the general conduction of the event. The event started at 5:30 AM IST on 20th October 2018 morning to continue till 5:30 AM 21st October 2018.Where the coding challenges were put up in every one hour of interval,the questions were of quite difficult level which helped the students put in efforts of developing the solution for the code and burn the proverbial midnight oil enjoying the congealed noodles made for the mass of 100+ folks. At many instances many students just gave up and went for a long break to come back refreshed. Along with the learning of solving techniques regarding the code snippet the students had a friendly and enjoying atmosphere which created an environment of "learning with fun", reminiscing the 24 hour Makeathon done2 years back.


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Ayudha Pooja (17-10-2018)

Ayudha Pooja was done in DSP Lab, Pooja started at 11:00 AM. DSP Lab was decorated with flowers & rangoli. ECE Department staff members and students attended the pooja. Prasada was distributed for staff members and students.


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IEEEDayStudent Welfare Program (15-10-2018)

On the Auspicious occasion of Navarathri / Durga Puja, IEEECan conducted a Student WelfareProgram for Students of 1st ,2nd and 3rd year Engineering.This event had the Senior Members of the IEEE-SB talking about the Skills which were essential for the Development of A person at a Industrial Level .For Eg: Resume Building. Soft skills Logical skills. Technical Skills. Etc. In addition to this the necessary preparations for higher studies and timing the pplicationsetc were discussed.


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IEEEDay - Paper presentation - Tech Talk 2.0 (13-10-2018)

Topics:For CSE/ISE/EEE/EC students were not limited to but around : Green computing, Topics pertaining to techniques for minimising energy consumption in communication or signal processing, Topics pertaining to techniques for minimising energy consumption or for prevention of wastage of useful energy in Electrical technology. While the Topics for EC/ EEE/Mechanicalengineering students: All topics pertaining to Alternate/ renewable Energy and or techniques for harvesting alternative / renewable energy. In Phase 1 Submission of soft copies to the SB email ID in IEEE format template was dpublished on the website previously with a separate link to Registration. The screened / Shortlisted entries were selected for Phase 2: where the selected entries were-to be presented in PPT / PDF format, or using a live demo


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Workshop on IOT (11-10-2018)

The Internet of Things or IoT, is a field primed to take off in the next few years. The 2 day training was designed with the objectives to understand the Engineering, Market and Innovation opportunities in IoT and to provide exposure to value chain in IoT and to learn the subject by Hands -On experiments and by using relevant Industry Standard Prototyping tools and to introduce practical challenges involved in IoT deployments through case studies and to provide exposure about Security in IoT.Day 1 : Session 1: Introduction to IoT (Industry 4.0), Opportunities in IoT. A few examples of IoT systems deployed as Case Studies and the examples as - IoT Water Management System , Solar Health Monitoring, Smart Renewable Energy MicroGrid Systems. Session 2: Sensors and Actuators for IoT systems, Interfacing circuits, IoT Hardware. Programming Basics with Examples.Session 3: Interfacing Sensors and Actuators with IoT Hardware in embedded platforms with required knowledge of signal conditioning circuit design .Session 4: Industry 4.0, Discussion on the different types of protocols in IoT and how they are used in Industry 4.0 with Case studies. Introduction to Security in IoT.Day 2 Session 5: Basic Communication Protocol & Wireless Communication .Session 6: Integrating IoT hardware with Cloud platforms, with database management and data handling between the embedded devices and the server. Session 7: Android app development & Integration with IoT hardware - database management and data handling between the Smartphone and the cloud server. Session 8: Demo of a working IoT system Overall Benefits and takeaways: Insight and understanding of fundamental IOT paradigms, design, construction and programming, both with respect to IoT software and hardware. Hands on experience on IOT and an opportunity to develop live projects.41 students benefitted from the workshop.


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IEEE Day- Visit to Samvedana Foundation (07-10-2018)

Volunteers from IEEECanVisited Samvedana a shelter home -Samvedana is an organisation that shelters 65 parentless and abandoned HIV-affected children . It has been trying its best to bring smile on the otherwise faded faces of HIV-affected children for the last nine years. It is a unit of Bangalore based.It is a unit of Bangalore based Citizens Alliance for Rural Development and Training Society (CARDTS) and is functioning in two buildings in Mangalore-one in Kadri for girl children and the other at Pumpwell for boys. Inmates of the house are between. the age group of one and 18. A quiz and a few entertaining science based games were played


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Workshop on Assembling and Dissembling of Computer Hardware for 2nd year ECE B-Section (03-10-2018)

Students were introduced to computer hardware basics. Students had hands on experience in identifying Mother boards, Hard disk, Connectors and its types, Cabinet, PCI Slots, Memory, I/O devices


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IEEE Day-Visit to Shelters etcInchara Foundationon (02-10-2018)

Volunteers from IEEECanVisited the Inchara Foundation for 2nd of October 2018."Inchara Home For Children " was established to take care of the underprivileged children, especially those who have undergone abuse. Total beneficiary reach so far is 35000 children (will reach 55,000 by end of March 2019) and10000+ adults.Inchara is an Incubation partner with Deshpande Foundation receiving grant for implementing "Project Angel" an initiative for preventing child sexual abuse. Inchara is also working with 2 major corporates to implement their CSR activities in Karnataka.Sessions like Drawing and painting etcwere organized however the main mandate was to conduct a spelling bee competition for the differently abled people there with hearing disability using hand gestures . The day had a quiz and an entertainment session as a finale


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PCB Designing Workshop (29-09-2018)

Workshop which was conducted by ECE Department in association with IEEECan to help teach students design PCB using OrCADPSPice software, such that they can teach their peers and build their expertise in designing their own PCBs - need by them in their projects.IEEECan in association with the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering Organized 3 days Circuit Design Workshop on 29th, 30th September and 2nd October 2018 for 24 students of 5th Semester. The workshop introduced participants to circuit design and hardware design concepts which are currently followed in the industry. The workshop was successful in shedding light on the various steps that needs to be followed while designing a circuit on a need basis. 4 resourcepeople Dr. Suryanarayana K, Mrs. SwathiHatwar H & Mrs. RakshaAdappa, Dr. Suryanarayana K and Mr. RavikiranRao from NMAMIT, Nitte, stressed theoretical aspects required for designing - a closed loop buck regulator. Students were guided to read and understand bode plots. The workshop was successful in creating links between various theory subjects that students already learnt in their curriculum. It highlighted the importance of reading Datasheets while selecting the components from various vendors. Participants appreciated the process involved in converting circuit into working printed circuit board. Topics covered in Three days: (Date Resource Person Topics)29/9/2018 Dr. Suryanarayana K& Mrs. SwathiHatwar H - Theoretical aspects of circuit design and Library creation using Capture30/9/2018 Mrs. SwathiHatwar H & Mrs. RakshaAdappa Library creation continuation and Schematic entry using Capture2/10/2018 Dr. Suryanarayana K, Mr. RavikiranRao M -Theoretical aspects of circuit design, introduced PCB pad creation, footprint creation, layout and generating bill of material (BOM).


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Participation in All India Student Youth and Women in Engineering Congress (28-09-2018)

All India Student - Young Professionals - Women in Engineering Congress (AISYWC) is the annual flagship event of IEEE India Council. It is a congregation of inventors, professionals, entrepreneurs, visionaries and some of the greatest minds in the country. This year AISYWC is the abbreviation for Aspire, Ideate SYnchronize, Widen thoughts and Capture the goal. Fifteen participated from IEEE Can.


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A talk on " Standards of healthy food and better living" . (26-09-2018)

The talk was divided into 2 sessions, First session was from 10.00 AM to 10.45 AM for students. In that she stressed on healthy eating habits for healthy living for students. She gave a presentation regarding the harmful effects of junk food. She also gave information regarding BMI calculation,optimum weight and healthy dietary habits. 11.00 to 11.30 PM the talk was only for faculty and staff. She gave useful tips on reducing stress, some exercises and dietary modifications for healthy living.


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Training on Electrical Maintenance (14-09-2018)

The students were taught the basic structure of motors etc and wiring and various cables and different types of motors fans etc. In the later session the students were briefed about the major problems in display divices. The session was very well received.


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Workshop on Assembling and Dissembling of Computer Hardware for 2nd year ECE A-Section (11-09-2018)

Students were introduced to computer hardware basics. Students had hands on experience in identifying Mother boards, Hard disk, Connectors and its types, Cabinet, PCI Slots, Memory, I/O devices


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VANA MAHOTSAVA (08-09-2018)

“The true meaning of life is to plant trees, under whose shade you do not expect to sit” ‘Vanamahotsav’a festival of tree planting was organized by NSS committees of Electronics and Communication Engineering department, Canara Engineering College on 08/10/2018 near opposite to Boys hostel block,CEC. Students and ECE Staffs were involved in the celebration. The celebration of VanMahotsav was an ideal opportunity to instill personal and social responsibility in our students towards safeguarding the environment. The program was formally inaugurated by Prof. Rajalakshmi Samaga B L, HOD Dept. of ECE,CEC by planting a tree. She was accompanied by Prof. Guruprasad Upadhyaya, HOD, Dept. of Mathematics. Staffs and students joined the occasion by planting trees. The entire event was coordinated by Mr. Manjunath I R, Asst. Professors, ECE, CEC.


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Peer learning on Aptitude Solving for 4th year ECE (07-09-2018)

Mr. Chethan discussed the methods of solving aptitude problems on Ratios and Mr. Varun discussed the methods of solving aptitude problems on Percentages. Tricks and shortcut methods to solve the aptitude problems was highlighted.


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Participation in Industrial Visit to Nokia (06-09-2018)

IEEE Can is specially indebted to the organisers IEEE Bangalore Section and Nokia University Program for taking special care to absorb the participants directly into the program, delay notwithstanding. The event started at 10:00 AM and is described as under under 4 sessions : Session 1: Webinar-Future X network Architecture taken by Ashok Rudrapatna -Mr. Ashok spoke on Future X network Architecture, which he implied is the metaphor to cast the future. He is the director of technology of BELL LABS. Said that BELL LABS is an individual research and scientific development company which focuses on inventing the future. He mainly concentrated on the topics such as :Global trends and Challenges, Opportunities, The Future X Architecture, 5G Networks, The most fascinating and interesting topic was 5G. The outcomes of 5G network being : Extreme mobile broadband, Critical machine communication, Measure machine communication. Session 2: At around 11.am.Panel discussion started, the topic was “Will Machine learning power the future”-The consists of DrGeetaManjunath, DrSrinivasan, Mr. Vinodkumar and Mr. AmitNagpal, the panel was led by ArunGopinath. The discussion was mainly based on Machine learning advantages on various fields of technology including jurisdiction. Session 3: At around 2.pm.we were taken to the hardware section of the company where the working of 5G Network was demonstrated. Explanation was given given on the difference between 4G,3G and 2G networks. Session 4: The tour was then followed by a road show where various college project teams exhibited their project one such example is Agrobot, an agricultural device where it plants the seeds and waters the area, using IOT systems, Arduino and matrix method technology. At the end of the day, overall it was a brainstorming and enlightening session. It helped us to enhance our knowledge and technical advancement in various fields. It was a great exposure to technology.


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Branch Entry for 2nd year ECE students (05-09-2018)

Formal: 2nd year students were formally welcomed into the department by pre-final year and final year students. HOD addressed ECE Department students. Students celebrated teacher’s day on this occasion. Informal: Cultural activities and spot games were conducted for students.


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Engineer’s Day- e’voke (01-09-2018)

A workshop on basics of electronics, E'VOKE, was conducted by the IEEE-CAN SB in the Canara Engineering college on 1/09/2018. The First yearstudents from all branches were solicited and then on first come first serve basis, were trained about most used electronic components and their practical uses. The students were taught the theory concepts and the practical applications and encouraged to experiment with them as the maximum learning happens via experiential mode. The Workshop Ended With A test, and project to be submitted a day later with the Best team being allotted a prize. Overall the Workshop was a success,with Students Enjoying learning new concepts.


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Alumni Talk (20-08-2018)

Mr. Varadraj Bhat, ECE Alumnus delivered a talk on ‘Preparation for Placement and Higher Studies'.The talk was conducted on 20th August,2018 from 11 am to 12 pm in classroom No.EL003. 5th semester ECE students were present for the talk. Ms.Ashwini Holla V R,Assistant Professor,ECE welcomed the gathering and introduced Mr. Varadraj Bhat. Mr. Varadraj Bhat talked about how to prepare for placement drives, what the industry expects from engineering graduates and how to prepare for core companies. He also talked about how to prepare for Higher Studies. Students interacted very well clearing all their doubts.


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Talk by Alumnus (20-08-2018)

Mr. Venkatesh Prabhu, ECE Alumnus delivered a talk on ‘Preparation for Placement and Higher Studies'.The talk was conducted on 20th August,2018 from 12 pm to 1 pm in classroom No.EL003. 5th semester ECE students were present for the talk. Ms.Ashwini Holla V R,Assistant Professor,ECE welcomed the gathering and introduced Mr. Venkatesh Prabhu. Mr. Venkatesh talked about how to prepare for placement drives, what the industry expects from engineering graduates and how to prepare for core companies. He also suggested the students to choose good projects and also advised them about what kind of projects will be useful for industries. Students interacted very well clearing all their doubts.


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Alumni Talk by Saideep Ullal (20-08-2018)

Mr. Saideep Ullal, ECE Alumnus delivered a talk on ‘Preparation for Placement and Higher Studies'.The talk was conducted on 20th August,2018 from 12 pm to 1 pm in classroom No.EL007. 7th semester ECE students were present for the talk. Ms.Ashwini Holla V R,Assistant Professor,ECE welcomed the gathering and introduced Mr. Saideep Ullal. Mr. Saideep Ullal talked about how to prepare for placement drives, what the industry expects from engineering graduates and how to prepare for core companies. Students interacted very well clearing all their doubts.


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Alumni Talk by Sneha and Vaishnavi (20-08-2018)

Ms.Sneha and Ms. Vaishnavi, ECE Alumnus delivered a talk on ‘Preparation for Placement and Higher Studies'.The talk was conducted on 20th August,2018 from 11 am to 12pm in classroom No.EL007. 7th semester ECE students were present for the talk. Ms.Ashwini Holla V R,Assistant Professor,ECE welcomed the gathering and introduced Ms. Sneha and Ms.Vaishnavi. They talked about how to prepare for placement drives, what the industry expects from engineering graduates and how to prepare for core companies. Students interacted very well clearing all their doubts.


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Participation in SmartTech 2018 (03-08-2018)

IEEE Smart-Tech fromIEEE Bangalore Section, organized in partnership with NASSCOM CoEIoT, IEEE Computer Society (Bangalore Section) and IEEE Power & Energy Society (Bangalore Section), and TiE Bangalore. Fifteen IEEE Members participated in this workshop from IEEE Can.It aimed at bringing together technology and tech-culture under the theme of “Digital Transformation with Cognitive Minds and Machines : The Future of Manufacturing and Mobility”. The workshop brought together technology leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs, and thought provokers who are passionate about addressing impactful problems by turning ideas into solutions. Industry stalwarts and technology practitioners, together, shared their vision on future technologies and how they will disrupt/impact our way of working and living. The two major segments of the worksjop: Digital Transformation & Cutting Edge Technologies In the Digital Transformation segment - a deep dive into the verticals of Manufacturing and Mobility, experts provided specific actionable details on: The current trends and future expectations (Plenary on Practitioner's Perspective 101), Present current implementations in this field & the challenges/opportunities thereof (It's my GEEK) and an open discussion with domain and technology experts (Rapid Fire). In the Cutting Edge Technology segment, experts and industry leaders discussed future technologies and trends in: Digital Spine (with Robotics & Drones), Intelligence (with AI & Cognition), User experience (with AR/VR/MR), and Security (with Blockchain). A special WACI session on: ADAS, Additive Manufacturing and newer computing paradigms (such as Neuromorphic) was also featured.


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Participation in International test conference- ITC 2018 (22-07-2018)

2 Days of Technical Program (Day 2 & 3): 8 sessions, 23 papers, 18 selected vs 5 invited, 350+ attendees - 35 faculty members, 85 students and 230 industry participants, Sessions Title: Memory Test & Repair, Debug & Diagnosis, Automotive Test, Mixed Signal & Analog Test, DFT Architecture, Test Challenges, Test Potpourri, Standards Panel discussion :Title: "Fault tolerance or fault intolerance: what's the way forward?" 7 experts across industry, academia Demo, Booth/Exhibits: 10 booths/exhibits covering EDA, design, test and equipment company, 2 demos by Advantest, 1 special talk by Advantest on 5G Networking :Networking Dinner for all attendees and leaders/executives from corporate, including fun event “Improv show” Sessions covered topics of emerging test needs for Artificial intelligence, Automotive and IoT, Hardware security, System test, Analog and mixed signal test, Yield learning, Test analytics, Test methodology, Benchmarks, Test standards, Memory and 3D test, Diagnosis, DFT architectures, Functional and software based test. Best Paper : Improved RAM Sequential Tests for SoCs with Complex Memory Architectures by Wilson Pradeep, Prakash Narayanan Conference was financially supported by 11 companies. We also had support from IEEE Bangalore Section and IESA (Indian Electronics Semiconductor Association). We provided Fellowship participants which included complimentary registration and transport reimbursement, to Academia and was being utilized by 110+ students/faculty.


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Regarding starting a SB at : SMVITM Bantakal (02-07-2018)

The new initiative this year under IEEECan was discussing the best practices about the student branch and enthusing the institutes around to start new student branches. The Branch Councillor and Ms Mahathi and Miss Shantheri - 2 volunteers visited SMVIT Bantakal on 02 July 2018 SMVITM has a new student branch and the process of starting a SB in BIT and AJIET are in the offing.


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Farewell for final year ECE Students (25-05-2018)

HOD and Class advisors gave mementos for final year students. VI semester students conducted spot games for final year students. There was an informal interaction between final year students and VI semester students. Final year students shared their memories of their journey in CEC. Finally a video was displayed which made final year students to recall their time spent in CEC.


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Manan 2.0The handing over ceremony (23-05-2018)

MANAN 2.0 was held on May 23rd, 2018 from 2-4:00 PM at the EC seminar hall of Canara Engineering College by the IEEE student branch. The purpose of this event was to handover the responsibilities of the current EXECOM members to the next batch of elected EXECOM members and also to have a farewell to all the outgoing EXECOM members. This year IEEECanwelcomed 25 new EXECOM members. Principal of CEC and Heads of departments of EEE and ECEBasic Science and ISE and senior faculty of the ECE department were present to congratulate the newly appointed members . The Principal read out the code of ethics for all people to follow as a swearing in / oath taking ceremony Thework of the outgoing execom members was appreciated by all the faculty after the WiE Chair Miss MahatiKamath read out the yearly report and the Vice Chair MsShaila the newly elected office bearers. A farewell memento was given to the outgoing Ex-EXECOM members and a discussion of events to be carried out next year were discussed


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Participation in Tech Day (13-05-2018)

The event was generously sponsored by IEEE Bangalore section and organized at SJEC Student Branch. 27 participants from IEEECan benefitted from the one day TechDay – an event with Industry veterans talking on the fields of – 5G Technilogies, IoT Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Video Analytics, Cyber Security , Block Chains, and Innovation .at SJEC


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Hands On Introduction To Design And Verification Through Verilog And System Verilog (22-04-2018)

Morning Session: introduced the tools which were used earlier for system design and how it developed later. basics of verilog and system verilog. how different verilog is from system verilog .introduction to icarus verilog software which is used to run the verilog code. Wrote hardware description for problem statements. afternoon session : applications of system verilog. how verilog and system verilog is used in industry.importance of verification and testing. understood some new features of system verilog which the verilog hdl didn’t contain.


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Hands On Introduction To Design And Verification Through Verilog And System Verilog (22-04-2018)

Morning Session: In the first session Dr.Ravikumar gave a brief description on the VLSI design flow and pointed out the differences in the VLSI design methods employed in earlier times and now as the technology advancement occurred. The participants got an overall picture of how a VLSI chip is fabricated from scratch i.e. right from the system specification step to the generation of the GDS II file to be sent to the foundry for fabrication. Also the importance of Verification and Testing was discussed which is in par with the VLSI design itself but not very well known to all.The next session was a rigorous hands-on session of developing the Verilog code for a system specification of a combinational block and writing the test-bench for system verification. For this purpose, the Icarus tool was used for simulating the design. Afternoon Session: The afternoon session started with the design of a finite state machine model for a sequential system. The hands on included rigorous testing of this block using Icarus®. In the later part, a brief introduction to System Verilog was given in which various constructs used were dealt with. Also the power of System Verilog over Verilog was discussed. All in all, the participants got a flavor of how the industry functions with regard to VLSI design and in more the later part that is Testing and Verification. Also in this session the applications of system Verilog and it is used in industry, importance of verification and testing and the roles and job profiles in the industry that a student can look forward to in the industry were described by Dr Ravikumar in detail , making the Sunday very well spent. The participants were treated to a very entertaining Sunday that kept them on their toes all day long. Dr Ravikumar gave away very useful books on MSP430 project examples to the 4 winners of the MCQ test at the end of the day.


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Identifying Different Species of Trees (20-04-2018)

“The true meaning of life is to plant trees, under whose shade you do not expect to sit” ‘Identifying trees in CEC Campus ’ trees planted was organized by NSS committees of Electronics and Communication Engineering department, Canara Engineering College on 09/04/2018 inside the CEC campus. Co-coordinators, Students and staff from ECE department were involved in this event . The celebration of Identifying trees was an ideal opportunity to instill personal and gain the knowledge about different species exists.


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Mini Project competition on Android Application development (24-03-2018)

As a part of Technical training of 2nd year students of ECE Department, were taught how to develop Android Application development, a competition for best android app was organised by Prof SreeramaSamarthaAsst Prof ECE for all ECE department students.


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2 Days-mobile Making Workshop AndIot (24-03-2018)

This workshop was held from 24 to 25th of March 2018, Saturday and Sunday. IEEECan organised this workshop with Indian Technologies – ITC associated with E- CELL IIT Mumbai . The aim of the workshopwas to make students acquainted with the conceptual and practical knowledge of Mobilephones - a Trending Technology impacting our lifestyle. Workshop Highlighted the Concept of Arduino, GSM 900 with each part testing and the practical aspects of Antenna & Communication and practically Assembling and making the mobile Actual demo by calling and sending SMS.


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cricket (20-03-2018)

Team consisting of 13 members particpated and won 2nd place in Cricket Tournament held at PACE Mangalore and qualified to play interzone VTU level at RYMCE Bellary


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Movie Premierre (18-03-2018)

Moana – a Disney movie was played for movie day. The film tells the story of Moana, the strong-willed daughter of a chief of a Polynesian village, chosen by the ocean itself to reunite a mystical relic with a goddess. When a blight strikes her island, Moana sets sail in search of Maui, a legendary demigod, in the hope of returning the heart of TeFiti and saving her people.


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Business model workshop (10-03-2018)

The business model workshop was organised to inspire students to think of all the aspects of starting a startup and possibly inspire them to think of taking one up. The speakers Mr.Amartya Gupta and Mr.VivekKhedkar founders of Wheels on Roll and Kala Circle respectively had wished to tell their stories and speak about the do’s and don’t’s in marketing advertisement and the pitch for VCs respectively. They gave a brief idea about what one is supposed to keep in mind when launching a startup, collaborations and how it could lead to a successful venture, given time and funding. Mr.Vivekkhedkar spoke about laws of marketing and his venture Kalacircle. Overall the workshop was very well received as it was not only informative but also interesting.


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Paper presentation in house intercollegiate competition (10-03-2018)

An intercollegiate technical paper presentation contest was held as part of women’s week celebration conducted by IEEECan. The interdisciplinary participants from different colleges were asked to give a draft of the papers in IEEE format well in advance.


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Short film contest (10-03-2018)

IEEE student branch CEC in association with IEEE Bangalore section and MSS on the occasion of women’s week organized a short movie contest. The theme was “Women in technology; problems faced by women and or technology for helping women solve their problems” . Judges: Prof AvinashHegde and Prof SrinivasShenoy ProfNagesh C Kamath. A Maximum of 6 members per team and time duration was maximum 5 min. Each team had to necessarily consist of women, only 3 teams participated and 1st prize winners was rewarded with prize money of 2000 Rs and 2nd place winning team was awarded with 1400 Rs. However there was healthy number registered for viewing the short films


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CanTalks (10-03-2018)

Can talk organized by IEEECan was to make the students realise that oration as a skill needs to be celebrated. It was originally planned to be pitched on the lines of TED Talks on the theme “Technology for women and how they can bring about changes in the society”., This event was not only inspiring but was also a huge hit. Students from various branches put together amazing presentations The event was judged by Prof. Dr. N Venkatesh and Mr AvinashPrabhu, Previous Chairperson of Gavel Club of CEC 2017


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Portrait sketching contest (10-03-2018)

IEEE student branch CEC in association with IEEE Bangalore section and Mangalore Sub Section organised a potrait sketch contest as a part of women's week celebration. The theme was based on portraits of 23 different women in technology who were listed.


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Talk by Dr.SomaPandey - Vice President R&D IoT& M-M communications Reliance JioInfocomm Ltd. (09-03-2018)

Dr.Pandey spoke about the progress of the IoT over the past few years and the uses and applications of it from various fields like home appliances, agriculture and defence. The IoT Stack was carefully explained and many use cases discussed. A rapid fire questionnaire round at the end of session which shed a lot more light onto many more aspects of IoT.


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Women’s week inaugural lecture (08-03-2018)

Her talk on "stress management for healthy life" was very well appreciated. Students were taught how to manage time and the physiology behind stress accumulation. The Doctor Spoke on the merits of exercise, clear and unbiased communication, delegation and scheduling as secondary measures to handle stressful situation.


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National Science Day (28-02-2018)

An observance day held annually on to celebrate and mark the discovery of the Raman effect by Indian physicist Sir C V Raman on 28 February 1928, for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1930.Raman Effect is a phenomenon in spectroscopy discovered by the eminent physicist while working in the laboratory of the Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata.National Science Day is being celebrated every year to widely spread a message about the Importance of science used in the daily life of the people. To display all the activities, efforts and achievements in the field of science for human welfare and to discuss all the issues and implement new technologies for the development in the field of science.To give an opportunity to the scientific minded citizens in the country. To encourage the people as well as popularize the Science and Technology.The theme of the year 2018 was "Science and Technology for a sustainable future."A project exhibition was conducted at Pilikula with exhibits from IEEECan.The students were given an opportunity to display their projects to the high school students and peers from other Engineering Colleges.


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Mini Project Exhibition (17-02-2018)

A Mini Project Exhibition was conducted for the Pre final year students and 3 prizes awarded on 17-02-2018. The Judges for the event were Prof. RaghavendraShetty Prof. JayaPrasad, Prof. Mohan A R and Prof. Dayanand G K Winners were given Arduino Uno boards as Prizes.


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Tech Talks event in house symposia (16-02-2018)

Techtalks was organised by the ECE departmental association and IEEECanon 16thFebruary 2018. In 4 venues to students interested in discussing newly emerging and contemporary areas after a rapid brainstorming and preparation of 7 days based on their areas of interests and competency and popular demand. The idea was to create a platform for discussion and if possible enthuse the students to take up novel / different fields for their final year projects, yet at the same time keep the discussions peppy and on the lines of the popular TED Talks. Some of the tech talk topics were "A peek into Sophia 's brain", "Email automation on Python platform", "Circuit simulation", "Augmented reality using unity","Music synthesis", "Building apps as easy as Child's play“


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Radio Day and Celebration of Awards won in Bangalore Section (12-02-2018)

World Radio Day is an observance day held annually on 13 February to celebrate radio as a medium. It was proclaimed on 3 November 2011 by UNESCO's 36th General Conference after originally being proposed by the Kingdom of Spain.Radio is the mass media reaching the widest audience in the world, the powerful communication tool is a low cost medium specifically suited to reach remote communities and vulnerable people: the illiterate, the disabled, women, youth and the poor, while offering a platform to intervene in the public debate, irrespective of people’s educational level. Furthermore, radio has a strong and specific role in emergency communication and disaster relief. The objectives of the Day is to raise greater awareness among the public and the media of the importance of radio; to encourage decision makers to establish and provide access to information through radio; as well as to enhance networking and international cooperation among broadcasters.IEEECanorganised an essay competition and a collage competition for celebrating the wirelesss revolution brought about by the Radio waves as well as celebrated the Awards won in Bangalore Section, on Feb 12 2018, a day in advance


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ViVIdha (24-11-2017)

A competition was organised by Women Welfare/ Sexual Harassment Eradication Cell In Association With Women In Engineering Affinity Group Of IEEE on 24th November 2017, to create awareness in students regarding legal rights of women provided by the Constitution. The MCQ's were set by Prof. Ravindra Rajput, Assistant Professor of SDM Law College And Center For Post Graduate Studies And Research In Law, Mangalore, Karnataka. The Branch Councillor Prof Ashwini V R briefed the students – both young men and women about the relevance of the competition and pointed out the legal provisions for safeguarding women’s rights and also chalked out what constituted as offence as well as the punishments prescribed by the Indian Penal Code. The event was Coordinated by Prof Jayashree. The main objective of conducting the event was to not only Create an awareness about woman's rights , their sexual harassment and legal rights of women amongst all participants, but also to sensitize the young people to the alarming rise of harassment and how to solve some simple issues


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Volunteership in 2017 IEEE International Conference on Antenna Innovations and Modern Technologies for Ground, Aircraft and Satellite Applications (iAIM 2017) and YP in Space (24-11-2017)

The focus of the conference this year was on Antenna Innovations and Modern Technologies for Ground, Aircraft and Satellite Applications. A workshop was organized during the conference with eminent speakers that included Prof. Prabhakar H Pathak, OSU, Dr. C J Reddy, Altair and Dr. Giancarlo Guida, IDS. An industry exhibition was organized in which 15 industries participated showcasing their products and recent developments in antenna technology. 176 research papers were originally submitted for review. 123 papers/posters were selected after rigorous peer review by the technical program committee with 40 reviewers. Selected papers were presented in 16 technical oral presentation sessions and 6 poster presentation sessions during the conference


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Participation in Lady Grace Hopper Convention India (16-11-2017)

The Grace Hopper Celebration India is Asia's largest gathering of women technologists. It is produced by AnitaB.org and presented in partnership with ACM India. GHCI Scholarships are awarded to deserving female graduates in the final year of their degree course, post-graduate and PhD students from computing, engineering and IT backgrounds. The Scholarship program aims to provide students from STEM an opportunity to learn, get inspired by role models and start an exciting career in technology. The Scholarship gives the recipient the opportunity to attend the GHCI conference and included the full conference registration fee and meals. Scholarship recipients get access to GHCI’s Student Career Fair (for women students only), where bright and dynamic students can meet top recruiters from global technology companies. In 2016


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Open House by IEEECan to PU Students (05-11-2017)

An Orientation Program was organised in CEC by IEEE SB for PU and SSLC students from 5neighboring Government schools and Colleges. Students from all branches showcased their projects and models to illustrate – Scientific Phenomena and concepts that they come across The objective was to create an awareness about STEM fields and engineering as a career to the PU students, platform provided to the CEC students to exhibit their projects. Also arranged was aspecial session on Aircraft and Quadcopter Expo by AeroCanara organized by a SIG by IEEECan. Various topics regarding principle of flights, control surfaces, Fixed wing stabilization using CC3d, Building quadcopters were explained to the students. Flight simulators were given to students so that they’ll experience the fun of flying model aircrafts. At the end of the day model aircrafts were demonstrated by flying it in college ground.


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Alumni talk (04-11-2017)

Ms.Navami Kini, ECE Alumnus delivered a technical talk on 'Application of Computer Networks in industry'.The talk was conducted on 4th November,2017 from 11 am to 1 pm in the main seminar hall. Final year ECE students were present for the talk. Ms. Arathi Pai, 7th sem, ECE welcomed the gathering and introduced Ms Navami Kini. Ms. Navami explained the application of computer network in VMware. She also explained TCP/IP, IPV4.She also talked about how to prepare for placement drives, what the industry expects from engineering graduates and how to prepare for core companies. Students interacted very well clearing all their doubts. Mr. Raghavendra Bhatkere 5th sem ECE delivered vote of thanks. Prof. Raghavendra Shetty, HOD, ECE thanked Ms. Navami and felicitated her with momento.


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Talk by Alumnus (04-11-2017)

Mr. Madhava Shenoy, ECE Alumnus delivered a talk on ‘Bridging the gap between Industries and Academia '. The talk was conducted on 4th November, 2017 from 11 am to 12 pm in the auditorium. 5th semester ECE students were present for the talk. Ms. Aishwarya Kini, 5th sem, ECE welcomed the gathering and introduced Mr. Madhava Shenoy. Mr. Madhav talked about how to prepare for placement drives, what the industry expects from engineering graduates and how to prepare for core companies. He also suggested the students to choose good projects and also advised them about what kind of projects will be useful for industries. Students interacted very well clearing all their doubts. Mr. Raghavendra Bhatkere 5th sem ECE delivered vote of thanks. Prof. Raghavendra Shetty, HOD, ECE thanked Mr. Madhav and felicitated him with momento.


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Talk by Shreyas (Alumnus) (04-11-2017)

Mr. Shreyas Nayak, ECE Alumnus delivered a talk on ‘Bridging the gap between Industries and Academia '. The talk was conducted on 4th November, 2017 from 12 pm to 1 pm in the auditorium. 5th semester ECE students were present for the talk. Ms. Aishwarya Kini, 5th sem, ECE welcomed the gathering and introduced Mr. Shreyas Nayak. Mr. Shreyas Nayak talked about how to prepare for placement drives, what the industry expects from engineering graduates and how to prepare for core companies. He also suggested the students to choose good projects and also advised them about what kind of projects will be useful for industries. Students interacted very well clearing all their doubts. Mr. Raghavendra Bhatkere 5th sem ECE delivered vote of thanks. Prof. Raghavendra Shetty, HOD, ECE thanked Mr. Shreyas Nayak and felicitated him with momento.


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IEEE XTREME 11 (14-10-2017)

IEEE XTREME, 24 hours of global online programming competition happened at Canara Engineering College gave the participants,an insight about the world of problem solving with programming languages. The whole day was a big problem to solve one problem at first and submitting it with least amount of redundancy in terms of resource constraints. The most important and valuable takeaway was 'Learning' by practicing. The 24 hour event ended at 5:30 A.M(local time) on 15th October 2017, Sunday.The event was successfully organized by IEEECan with the help of the Branch councillor who was the proctor as well as Principal and management of the college who provided the necessary logistic support and encouragement to go ahead. Participants from CEC Team1: Hrishikesh Bhandarkar, Hishikesh Prabhu & Chethan Bhandarkar. CEC Team 2: 2) Vignesh Pai, Sharvil Dinakar and Shamanth Gowda


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Industrial Visit to Nokia organised by IEEE Bangalore section (13-10-2017)

The event was held on 13th of October 2017 at 9:30 A.M. (IST), Friday and was successfully conducted by IEEE Bangalore section and Nokia University Collaboration- Bengaluru. The main purpose of this event was to inform students about the university collaborations, advancing technologies in the field of edge computing and the various credit courses and internships that take place in Nokia. Students were given a tour of the campus to see how things operate on a daily basis. They were also taken to various laboratories and were given a detailed explanation regarding the tools and machinery, operation of those machines and hands on experience with it. Various speakers spoke about their respective topics with the main aim of conveying students about the changing technology and Nokia’s efforts in being the part of it. They also spoke about their experiences about the working of things within the campus and how they can be a part of it as well. Mr. Mohd Shafi (Head of customer services, Nokia India), Mr.Ajith Kumar(Head of Human resources), Ponni K( Head of University collaborations and Head of lab services) and finally Mr.Prashanth (Product Manager, Nokia Bangalore) were the speakers during the session. Their vast years of experience and knowledge provided a great platform for the students to learn. The Student Branch representatives who came forward to participate in the event were Mr Tushant Tikoo, Mr. Keerthan - Vice Chair IEEECan, Mr Vignesh Pai Chief coordinator PR team IEEECan.


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STEP by Young Professionals for Career Guidance (09-10-2017)

IEEE Student Transition & Elevation To Partnership (STEP) – Program was developed to provide a dynamic program for facilitating the transition from Student member to young professional by introducing the opportunities and benefits of IEEE membership during the onset of a STEM career. The need for empowering the youth with skillsets that would give them the necessary acceleration in riding the uphill journey after graduation has been more acutely felt in the rural areas hence students and graduates from CEC and neighboring areas isolated from the mainframe, have been more than grateful to IEEE Bangalore Section which has been very supportive of the IEEE student community along with the Young Professional team who graciously agreed to convene a STEP activity at IEEE SB CEC on 9th October 2017. 134 participants from 8 colleges apart from CEC, with 12 IEEE participants (3 IEEE members from 2 other colleges) participated in the STEP event which had 9 speakers from different agegroups and fields of industry sharing their views and key lessons in their career journeys- Mr. Shishir Bhat Head International Sales Hacker Earth , Atul Kudva Director Omnesys, M. Padmanabha Pai – M/S MS Pai , Anil Hegde, Jatin Nayak Headstart and eCell NITK, Mr. Aditya Kulkarni , Mr. Abhishek Appaji Chair YP IEEE BS, Dr Ashwini AM YP IEEE BS and Miss Ankita K S Secretary YP IEEE BS.The event had speakers talking about diverse set of topics all related to the journey after graduation -Entrepreneurship the skills needed in the corporate world, avenues in research and the role of ethical values in business models and how to time the key decisions that could make or break one’s career. The event was conducted at the Seminar Hall Canara Engineering College, 9:00 Am to 4:30 PM Miss Mahathi Kamath Vice chair WIE IEEE SB CEC mastered the Ceremonies.


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Outreach Programme by WiE – Interaction about STEM fields at Snehasadan (05-10-2017)

36 IEEE members organised a day out to Sneh Sadan an orphanage and a rehabilitation centre for the needy and disabled to interact with the 75 children there on 5th October 2017. The focus was to make them interested in the STEM fields and create an awareness regarding the Science courses. The hands on activities especially the paintings proved to be the star attraction while volunteers felt that the time spent at such places would give them a better understanding of the reach of technology to the cause of differently abled people


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IEEE Day Celebrations- Best resume (03-10-2017)

On the occasion of IEEE day celebrations the best CV competition had 375 participants with finalists being Jayaram and Arvind from the CSE, Mahati and Sandeep from ECE, Jovita and Prashant from ISE and Manjunath and Rajath from Mechanical Engineering, Akshay and Ashwini from EEE dept..


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IEEE Day Celebrations - Favorite Engineer (03-10-2017)

The idea of having this competition was to : Remember some heroes, To recognise sources of inspiration and courage as well as an opportunity to pay homage to great minds. As well as to articulate one’s thoughts better by having a better focus reg the subject matter – a hero. 67 participants competed.


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Ayudha Pooja 2017-18 (28-09-2017)

Ayudha Pooja was done in DSP Lab, pooja started at 10.30 AM. ECE Department staff members and students attended the pooja. Prasada was distributed for staff members and students.


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ECE Branch Entry (11-09-2017)

Formal: 2nd year students were formally welcomed into the department by pre-final year and final year students. HOD addressed ECE Department students. Students surprised the staff members by organizing teacher’s day. Informal: Cultural activities and games were conducted for students.


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Drishti Online Test Emended System Design (07-09-2017)

This Report provides a short summary of the online test conducted remotely by Edgate Technology, Bangalore and offered under TI India University Programming, Test was on Embedded System Design and organized at Canara Engineering College by Prof. Manjunatha I.R, Assistant Professor, Dept. of ECE and ECE. Final Year 7th semester A section students Electronics & Communication Engineering Department had enrolled for the test which was conducted on November 10th, 2018 from 1:00 PM to 02:00 PM at VLSI and DSP Lab. Out of 170 students, 149 students have cleared the test and received their certificate. The course material was provided by the “Texas Instrument” at Bangalore.


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VAN MAHOTSAV (19-08-2017)

VanMahotsav was organized jointly by AIMZ and NSS committees of Electronics and Communication Engineering department, Canara Engineering College The program was formally inaugurated by Prof. Raghavendra M Shetty, HOD Dept. of ECE, by planting a tree. He was accompanied by Prof. Guruprasad Upadhyaya, HOD, Dept. of Mathematics. ECE Department staffs and students joined the occasion by planting trees.


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VANAMAHOTHSAVA (19-08-2017)

“The true meaning of life is to plant trees, under whose shade you do not expect to sit” ‘VanMahotsav’a festival of tree planting was organized jointly by AIMZ and NSS committees of Electronics and Communication Engineering department, Canara Engineering College on 19/08/2017 near ECE faculty block,CEC. Students and ECE Staffs were involved in the celebration. The celebration of VanMahotsav was an ideal opportunity to instill personal and social responsibility in our students towards safeguarding the environment. The program was formally inaugurated by Prof. Raghavendra M Shetty, HOD Dept. of ECE,CEC by planting a tree. He was accompanied by Prof. Guruprasad Upadhyaya, HOD, Dept. of Mathematics and Mr. Deepak, Asst.Professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering, CEC. Staffs and students joined the occasion by planting trees. The entire event was coordinated by Mrs.RajithaA A and Mr. Manjunath I R, Asst.Professors, ECE, CEC.


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SWATCH CEC CAMPUS ABHIYANA (11-05-2017)

‘Swachh CEC Campus Abhiyan’ was organized by NSS committees of Electronics and Communication Engineering department, Canara Engineering College. The committee on Swachh CEC Campus Abhiyan organized massive cleanliness drive on 11th May, 2017 in the college premises, faculty members and students voluntarily participated by cleaning the playgrounds, and corridors of the Department. The students and staff members took voluntary oath to maintain cleanliness of the college campus and its surrounding areas on regular basis. The celebration of Swachh CEC Campus Abhiyan was an ideal opportunity to instill personal and social responsibility in our students towards safeguarding the environment.


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Alumni talk by Austin (08-03-2017)

Mr. Austin Pais had given a talk on 'Preparing for Placement Drives'on 08/03/17 in the main seminar hall from 2.00pm to 3.30pm. Third year ECE students were present for the talk. He talked on How to prepare for placements and how to face interviews, what the companies expect from students, what are the different skills needed and how to develop those skills.Students interacted clearing their doubts regarding how to orient themselves towards the industry needs.


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Team Building and Networking program by YP IEEE Bangalore Section at Kunti Betta Mandya (05-03-2017)

A “Team Building and Networking Program” trek to Kuntibetta, Mandya by YP, Bangalore Section was organised on 5th March – owing to the demand from students requesting fun and refreshing chat in open air away from a closed classroom to showcase IEEE. The netwoerking opportunity taken up by our students at the picturesque hills of Kuntibeta, in the Mandya District of Karnataka, among the overwhelming registrations of 150 students and young professionals, was immense. The day started with Darshan Shivakumar, YP-Vice Chair, briefing the students about IEEE Bangalore Section. The event was managed by team of young professionals and professional trainers from Mysuru with a trek that included river crossing and rappelling. There were fun activities which helped participants to interact and share their experiences while the YP team briefed the participants about initiatives of the IEEE Bangalore Section and the upcoming workshops, industrial visits and conferences.


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Cyclothon (04-03-2017)

A Cyclothon was organized by IEEECan in association with NSS Club of CEC and Mangalore Cycling Association MACC, with the help of Mangalore City and Rural Police Dept. to create awareness on the “Go Green Campaign” on Saturday March 4th, with 51 student participants across departments and years and 11 faculties across disciplines participated in the event with the 18 Km route mapped from Padeel Junction at Mangalore to CEC Benjanapadavu, which was well appreciated by onlookers in the route and students and faculty alike. The expedition was flagged off by Principal Dr. Ganesh V Bhat and Mr Ganesh Hegde Assistant RTO Mangalore at 8:45AM to arrive at the campus at 10:15AM


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AGM Best Volunteer & Outstanding Small Student Branch Award (11-02-2017)

Hrishikesh Bhandarkar collecting the Best Student volunteer on behalf of Mr Nithesh Nayak Chair IEEECan,Also in picture Outstanding Student Branch 2016 won by IEEECan.


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Guest Lecture by Dr. Ashok Prabhu on Awareness of opportunities for entrepreneurship and startups (08-02-2017)

IEEE SB CEC and IIPC arranged a lecture and interaction with Dr. Ashok Prabhu an eminent researcher in Electronics materials in US on 8th February 2017. The interaction was aimed at interested students who wanted to take up entrepreneurship challenge in future, for enabling them with an awareness on different steps required to set up an enterprise. He shared his knowledge on starting an enterprise and also the difference in mindset among US and Indian students to start enterprise. He told that facilities have been created at US Universities which are utilised by students extensively. He expressed his views that students should utilise four years to think on various aspects of engineering and future career. He insisted to change the mindset to business if we are interested in starting a business. He also discussed how one could apply for various universities and how to write a statement of purpose. 85 students participated in the event with 44 IEEE students.


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Participation in DEFI - A Startup Event (29-01-2017)

On 29th January two students Sumanth Shenoy and Aditya Pai , both members of IEEECan won the first place in Social Innovation stream in DEFI 2017 A Startup Event at TAPMI, Manipal, under the aegis of Manipal Univerity Technology and Business Incubator (MUTBI) aimed at giving students an opportunity to pitch their venture idea and empower them through workshops and mentor-ship via association with NASSCOM and MUTBI. The winners are shortlisted for a chance to get an incubation opportunity by MUTBI, one of most prestigious incubators in the country.


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Smart City – concept to practice (19-11-2016)

The event organised on 19/11/2016, focussed on showcasing projects from EEE & ECE department for better and safe alternatives for domestic electronic/ electrical appliances . Of particular interests were two projects one from ECE and another from EEE. The automatic Flush Control System to automatically manage the supply of water at the urinals timed using a Real Time Clock (RTC). The other project of interest was the automated LPG leak detection that trips off the mains supply automatically on detection of a leak.


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Interaction with an Entrepreneur – Mr M P Pai (09-11-2016)

Guest Lecture: Interaction with an Entrepreneur – Mr M P Pai, 180 participants, 48 IEEE members was an initiation taken wholly by the IEEE members. On 9th November 2016. The participants were asked to come prepared with 5 questions each and all members had ta ken some active role in the interaction whether it was rolling out the invite or making the memento or deciding on the flow of directions of the questions that ranged from the support from Governmental and financial instruments to developing a business model and whether the role of advertisements and promotions in business and ventures is hyped. The interaction went on for more than 3 hours.


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Movie day (05-11-2016)

A competition for the best review on “The Man who saw infinity ” – biography of the great mathematician Ramanujan was conducted on on 05 /11/20164:00 PM – 6:00PM. Much revered Mathematicians Ken Ono and Manjul Bhargava have collaborated on the film, which has been praised by mathematicians and scientists for its authentic portrayal of mathematicians. It was very well received by 47 IEEE participants and 42 entries who stayed back on a weekend at the campus to watch and critique it.


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Makeathon 2016 (05-11-2016)

A 24 hour, round the clock product building competition Makeathon 2016 was organised 10:00 AM November 5th - – 10:00 AM 6th 2016 by WiE AG IEEECan.. Webinars round the clock at regular intervals were arranged with the help of IEEE fraternity for better focus and orientation on product making. The ideas were screened on Ada Lovelace Day Oct 29 2016. 19 teams with 90 participants were shortlisted. The products were along the lines of a newer twist to existing hacks, business models and solutions to real life problems. The ideas were screened on Ada Lovelace Day with the help of 4 faculty- Prof Subramanya Bhat Mr Divyesh Diwakar, Mr Mohan A R and Ms Ashwini V R. At the outset interdisciplinary teams were solicited for participation however no such restriction was considered for shortlisting. Entrepreneurs, Academicians, Professionals from around the globe to interacted through webinar / telecon with participants and shared their stories and tips with the Participants every webinar was of around 15-20 minutes. Their expertise and experience in "How to turn a capstone project in to a product" was an excellent addition to the program as many of our participants were looking forward to interact with them. Their advice and guidance to the students about the expectations of the Industry was of great help to improve their skills and update their knowledge. The telecons were with the following resource people: Mr Ravikiran Annaswamy - Secretary IEEE Region10(Asia Pacific), Mr Prabindh Sundareson (SMIEEE, GPU Powered.org, Previously Samsung Research), Mr Harikrishna Rai (PHILIPS Medical Systems,), Mr. Shishir Bhat – Picsean media from San Francisco, Mr Vamsi Krishna J (stuMagz, Vice Chair IEEE Young Professionals Hyderabad), Mr Gopal Krishna (3D technologies), Dr Roshan IEEE MSS Mr Vikram Sharma (Intel ) The support from teachers in solving their problems on site has opened the eyes of many students. Ardubot – a farming application won the first prize - Team members comprised of Lenson (ECE) Adityaa (ECE) Apoorva (ECE) Aravind(CSE) Gautam (CSE).Judges for the event were: Mr Sumant Shenoy, Mr Rohit,Mrs Medha Rohit, Prof Manju Kiran B and Mr Bharat Shenoy Basti along with our Principal Dr Ganesh V Bhat.


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Thought Pot 2.0 (05-11-2016)

The flagship event of IEEECan Women in Engineering affinity group has been Thought Pot . As this calendar year we could fit in 2 such events this was called Thought Pot 2.0 organized on 05th November 2016. Aimed to help high school students and develop the WiE volunteers leadership skills, 27 high schools from the taluk participated in it with 177 guests in the campus from 9:00AM- 5:00 PM the following events were held: A. Science Model makinf competition The team from Vivekananda English medium High School won the first prize and the team from Balavikas English Medium School won the second. B. A collage competition on the topic of “Advancement of technology for humanity” was conducted. The team of three people from St Aloysius bagged the first prize, and the team from Vivekananda English Medium High School, the second prize. C. A quiz competition was held. The participants were questioned on various topics like history, science and technology, sports, geography etc. The team from SVS Vidyagiri School won the first prize, the team from Canara High School Urwa won the second. D. Apart from the above competitions, a few on-spot events were conducted. Hug-a-tree – campaign was conducted to increase awareness about afforestation E. The wonderful opportunity to introduce young minds to the professional world was not lost and all the participants were taken on a tour to mechanical, electrical and electronics labs to get them acquainted with the engineering world. “Engineering Profession and studies – what is it all about” –a bird’s eye view into different courses and curricula involved in different Engineering Courses was given.


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Alumni Talk by Mahesh Nayak (12-08-2016)

Mr Mahesh Nayak interacted with final year ECE students on 12/08/16 regarding 'Job opportunities and Project grants'. He talked about what the companies expect from the students and how they have to get prepared for facing the interviews and also about various job opportunities. He also talked about various grants which are available for students to carry on their projects.Students interacted clearing their doubts regarding the requirement for industry,various job opportunities and project grants.


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Alumni Talk by Mr. Joel Fernandes (14-05-2016)

Mr. Joel had given a talk on 'How to prepare for placements and the importance for final year projects' on 14/05/16 in the main seminar hall from 11.15 am 1.00pm.


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Arduino Workshop (24-02-2016)

Arduino Workshop was held on 24th – 26th February in association with Industry Institution Partnership Cell CEC, The workshop was focused on the first year students who formed a crowd of 45 participants . The syllabus included Basic coding in C and interfacing various modules like LCD, Bluetooth Motors, Various sensors and actuators. At the end of the day all the participants bulit a remotely operable device that could be used in robo soccer as part of the project work. Needless to say the workshop ended with a very enjoyable Robo Soccer league


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Alumni Talk by Ranjith (10-10-2015)

Mr. Ranjith had given a talk on'Importance of Higher Studies' 0n 10/10/15 in the EC seminar hall. 2nd year ECE students were present for the talk. He talked about the importance of 2nd year subjects and how they are useful for competitive exams. He also spoke about the need of higher studies. Students interacted clearing their doubts regarding how to prepare for competitive exams and which are the subjects to concentrate more.


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Alumni Talk by Rahul Mallya (17-08-2015)

Mr. Rahul interacted with 2nd year ECE students on the topic 'How to prepare for interview and campus recruitment for core industries'in EC seminar hall. He talked about what the companies expect from the students and how to prepare for interviews. Students interacted clearing their doubts regarding requirement foe industry.


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Alumni Talk by SinduTeradal (22-09-2014)

Ms. Sindu Teradal had given a lecture on 'Image Processing in Embedded Environment,case study of Raspberry Pi' on 22/09/18 in the main seminar hall from 2.00pm to 3.30pm. Final year ECE students were present for the lecture. The lecture was about the development of motion tacking in an embedded environment in the raspberry Pi platform and the issues there in. Students interacted clearing their doubts regarding image processing.


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