MCA Dept organises Chip-to-Net 5.1
The MCA Dept organised Chip-to-Net 5.1, a two-day fully hands-on workshop for students of neighbouring arts and science colleges during 30 – 31 january 2020. This is the fifth year in which the Dept has been organising such workshops. The first edition of Chip-to-Net was conducted in 2015. The workshop was conducted without a formal inaugural ceremony. Instead, the programme was started with a declaration by two participants that the progammes be started!
The forenoon of the first day was spent learning the nuances and intricacies of creating a website using Google Site. This session was handled by Dr V N Krishnachandran (Prof and Head, MCA Dept). The session concluded with the announcement of a Website Creation Contest.In the afternoon session, Mr Arun P R (TI, EEE Dept) unraveled the mysteries of ethical hacking which left the participants gasping for breath for sometime. In the forenoon of the second day, Mr Ramesh C R (AP, ECE Dept) very effectively and enjoyably presented the basics of Robotics Process Automation with hands on training. In the afternoon session, Mr Arun Xavier (AP, EEE Dept) and Mr Deepak V Dev (AP, EEE Dept) organised a quick and fully hands-on, and highly interactive, first introduction to IoT with Arduino, breadboards and LED bulbs. The activities came to an end with a valedictory function in which the prizes to the winners of the website creation contest were distributed. Participation certificates and Vidya Lamps were distributed to all participants.
|Prize||Name and College of the winner||Link to Prize-winning website|
|First Prize||Angel Mary Johny
Sahrdaya College of Advanced Studies,Kodakara
|Second prize||Lakshmi Devi
Vimala College, Thrissur
|Second Prize||Sumeeha Ashraf
Ansar Womens College, Permbilavu
|Art from the heart|