Conducting a workshop with a systematic framework itself is a big task . But the honest effort in organizing two-day workshop Chip-to-Net 8.1 that consecutively 8th year has brought an important milestone to MCA Dept.
MCA Department organised Chip-to-Net 8.1, a two-day fully hands-on workshop for the students of neighboring arts and science colleges during 31 January and 01 February, 2023. This is the eighth year in which the Department has been organizing such workshops.
50 students from 11 different arts and science colleges, all studying in the BCA/BSc (CS) programme, attended the workshop.The workshop was a huge success as evidenced by the feedback collected from the participants after the conclusion of the workshop.
The inaugural ceremony of the workshop was held in the Computer Lab of the MCA Department at 9.30 am on 31 January 2023. Mr Sajay K R (Asso Prof, MCA Dept) welcomed the participants and dignitaries and Dr Reji C Joy (HOD, MCA Dept) gave an overview of the workshop. Dr Saji C B (Principal) inaugurated the workshop and delivered the inaugural address. Mr Suresh Lal (Executive Director, VICT) gave felicitations. Mr Manesh D (Co-ordinator & Asst Prof, MCA Dept) proposed the vote of thanks.
Various Sessions in the workshop
Winners of Website Creation Contest
The workshop conducted a competition too. The competition was to create a website using the tools explained in the session on Google Sites. Nearly, all the participants participated in the competition. Judges felt that the prize winning entries were of such high quality beyond all their expectations. The following are the winners of the competition
|Prize||Name and College of the Winner||Link to Prize-winning website|
|First Prize||Midha A S, Ansar Womens College, Perumpilavu||The Childhood Treasure|
|Second Prize||Laurel Manjaly Benjohn, St. Thomas College, Thrissur||Mer Lune|
All participants of the workshop actively gave feedback for the various sessions that were conducted during the workshop. Prize winners of the website creation contest were given cash prizes along with certificates. The function came to an end by handing over participation certificates and cute small lamps to all the participants of the workshop of Chip-to-Net 8.1. These lamps happens to be the icon of Vidya’s light of knowledge which will be spread across through these participants. Dr V N Krishnachandran (Former Vice-Principal & Head of Dept of MCA) and also the mastermind behind the idea of Chip-to-Net, had happily volunteered to sponsor these lamps.
|The Editorial Team of News & Events joins the entire Vidya fraternity in extending hearty appreciations to Dr V N Krishnachandran, Dr Reji C Joy and the entire MCA Dept for all the legit efforts and unwavering spirit that resulted a successful event, which added another dimension to your achievements !!!|