The Government of India organized Smart India Hackathon in March 2018. We were asked to propose a solution for the different problem statements that were given by different ministries or state government. We came up with an idea for the problem statement of Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and completed the submission process. Our idea was then selected to be presented in the final round of the competition.
Our plan was to make a website which will take the advertisement for which the log is to be provided to the DAVP and the broadcast of radio will be catched and both this will be compared by the comparator and then the log will be maintained and forwarded to DAVP.
Our allotted center for the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting was Jaipur Engineering College and Research Centre, Jaipur, which we reached by 28th March 2018. The competition started on 30th March, 2018. Our team ‘Illuminaters’ which included Team Members Khushbu Upadhyay, Pranalee Meshram, Roshani Rao, Shivam Singh, Shubham Kukde and Santosh Mishra, coded rigorously for 36 continuous hours and brought our project to completion. We were guided by Prof. Chandu Vaidya and Prof Ashish Golghate on every front. All of us received certificate of participation.
It was a very exciting and enlightening experience for all of us.
Smart India Hackathon 2018 was organized by Ministry of Human Resources and Development (MHRD), All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), Inter Institutional Inclusive Innovation Center (i4c) and Persistent Systems. Smart India Hackathon 2018 was a 36 hours non-stop digital product development competition, where problems were posed to technology students for innovative solutions. The grand finale of SIH 18 was held at different nodal centers for different ministries on 30th – 31st March 2018. Team Zeron consisting of students from CSE department was selected to design a solution for Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. The nodal center for team Zeron was Jaipur Engineering College & Research Centre (JECRC), Jaipur. Our team got a chance to interact with DAVP personnel, Industry personnel and learn new things from them. Overall, it was a wonderful experience for us.
Team Silver hood from Rajiv Gandhi College Of Engineering And Research of Department of Computer science and Engineering have received 2nd place and won Gold Film Award in 24 hour filmmaking challenge of INDIA FILM PROJECT campus connect at MANUU Hyderabad . which is an All India filmmaking competition, held on 6th & 7th March 2018 for 24 hours on topic "She Can Do It Too".The team developed Story, Wrote the script, Casting, Shot, Recorded, Composed Music, Edited, Color corrected and submitted just in 24 Hours and limited resources. Team Members Lokesh Thota (Director, Editor), Saurabh Tidole (Production Manager, Concept) Prithviraj Kanoje (Writer) Yash Sarpotdar (Writer) Camera Crew Sandesh Tapre (D.O.P.) Yash Tiwari (Cinematographer) Aniket Tinkhede (cinematographer) Ankit Banait (editor) Actress Prianca Onkar (Blogger, Narration) Ashwini Thakare (Mother) Aman Bhoyarkar ( Music Composer) Shubham Chafale ( Associate Crew member). Dr. Manali Kshirsagar (Principal), HoD (Prof. Rashmi Jain) and All Staff member congratulated the group for their success.
The NOOR Group of Department Computer Science and Engineering Won The first prize in Group Dance in Ucn The Battle Of Talent Competition on 24/2/2018.
Prize trophy and Cash prize of Rs 21000/-
Students of Rajiv Gandhi College of Engineering and Research (RGCER) achieved one more milestone by qualifying for Asia regional round of ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC-2018), i.e. Programming Olympiad. ACM ICPC-18 is a multi-tier, team-based, programming competition operating under the auspices of ACM and headquartered at Baylor University. Contest involves a global network of universities hosting regional competitions that advances the team to the ACM-ICPC World Finals. Out of total selection for regional round, Team Noob Coders qualified for Amritapuri Site that are from Rajiv Gandhi College of Engg & Research (RGCER), Nagpur. Team Noob Coders includes Hardik Shah, Kartik Krishnan, Rishabh Singh and Santosh Mishra and Mentor, Prof. Hemant Turkar. All from Department of CSE, RGCER. The First Round i.e. Online Round was held by CodeChef on 5th November, 2017. In Online Round Team got selected for onsite i.e. Amritapuri Site. The Second Round i.e. Onsite Round was held at Amrita School of Engineering by CodeChef on 27th December, 2017.Team Noob Coders Secured 207 Rank in onsite round. HoD and All Staff member congratulated the team for their success.
Mr. Kartik Krishnana Third Year Students of Department of Computer science and Engineering from Rajiv Gandhi College of Engineering and Research, Nagpur achieved one more milestone by qualifying IN TCS- CodeVita 2017. He Cleared Both the Online Rounds and Secured All over India Raking 335 out of 99473 Students. He stood 1st in Nagpur Region.
Ms. Payal Prabhakar Lute Second Year Student of Department Computer Science & Engineering from Rajiv Gandhi College of Engineering and Research Nagpur Successfully Competed NPTEL Online Certification on “Introduction to C Programming” with Elite Certification with 70% from IIT, Kanpur.
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