Google Developers Student Club (GDSC)
GDSC CGC is a student-oriented technical club that primly intends to aid students in building up their skills in the prominent tech fields of the present - Web Technologies, Machine learning, Mobile app development, and Cloud. Students from any/every academic background are welcome. GDSC CGC fuels the concept of bringing like-minded tech geeks under one roof to enhance their growth and make the best of the talents available to the community.
GDSC is a community of learners and leaders who teach each other to supplement the development of the members’ college education, specifically with regards to Computer Science. The objectives of GDSC are as mentioned below:
- Community projects
- Study jams
- Expert talks
- Networking events
- Panel discussions
- Hands-on workshops
Code Boom was established with an aim to bridge the gap between industry and academia. The club stands to provide its students an opportunity to share and extend their ideas and hence interact with the industry to expand their horizons in the field of IT and its fast-changing technology.
The club was formed as a group of students and teachers, and its purpose is to gather people committed to technology. The club also organizes various interaction classes within the group and among interested students along with industry visits and interactions with professionals from IT industry.
The club stands to deliver quality student-centered support hub that encourages IT students to improve academically and participate in college and external activities. The IT club targets to provide an environment for students to share and extend their knowledge and hence improve their overall skills both technical and cognitive.
Code Boom stands to promote exposure to field of computer technology and networking outside of the regular curriculum which aims in personality development involving live activities/ interactions in an industrial setting.
The objectives of Code Boom are as mentioned below:
- Expert Sessions Community projects
- Technical Advancements Programmes
- Coding Competitions
IFERP Student Chapter
The Institute for Engineering Research and Publication (IFERP) is a professional association devoted to the advancement of the fields of engineering, science, and technology through the funding of research activities, propagation of the latest research insights, furtherance of industry trends, and other related ventures.
- IFERP aims to digitalize this entire process of innovation, collaboration, and knowledge-sharing through the fostering of a unified virtual scientific community worldwide.
- Everything from networking and joint ventures to learning, research assistance, publication, and more, will be carried out as part of this objective.
KERBEROS CLUB, CGC-COE, Department of Computer Science and Engineering organizes Techno-cultural Fest like AAVEG, Invision, Techspardha.We focus on both personal and professional growth of an individual as well as the growth of the club as a whole. This club firmly believes that wins and losses are mere numbers, it is important to celebrate the efforts of the people and encourage them throughout. This club organizes various technical , non technical and cultural events in every field. We aim to provide students an opportunity to participate in different types of activities. Being a techno cultural club we expose them to different technical aspects related to Bro Code, Quiz Masters, Design Quest ,Web Monsters and Idea Ignition, Students are also exposed to number of non technical events like Wrist Warriors, Checkmate, Trace the Mystery, BGMI and Stumbl Rumbl. etc. thereby enhancing their communicative, thinking, and performance skills as well as aiding in interpersonal development.
- To encourage students intending to help the students to enhance their skills through friendly competitions and provide a well–deserved break to the students from their tiresome routine.
- Technical Advancements Programmes
- Coding Competitions
- Cultural Events
IEEE Student Branch
An IEEE Student Branch gives students a community of peers, and a connection to faculty and industry professionals who drive innovation in countless technical fields. Student involvement in Branch activities, whether special projects, social and technical meetings, outreach programs, conferences, local Section or Regional opportunities, etc. can help develop a record of accomplishment and capabilities beyond the norm.
Benefits of Forming an IEEE Student Branch
- Opportunities to network on a local level
- Free website hosting
- Obtain funding for events, projects, and activities
- Develop projects and obtain sponsorship based on your IEEE affiliation
- Receive support for hosting professional awareness programs
- Connect with other likeminded student groups to advance the IEEE mission
In addition to benefits, IEEE offers programs and projects that keep students interested in the Branch and its activities and their chosen profession.A record of accomplishment and capabilities beyond the norm.
- Objectives are the educational and technical advancement of electrical and electronic engineering, telecommunications, and computer engineering and allied disciplines.
- Also, to create awareness about the day today technological innovations and to make them to utilize the resources available in IEEE. And make our student members involve themselves in publishing research papers and projects.
Graphic Club in CGC is a student-oriented technical club that primly intends to aid students in building up their skills in the prominent tech fields of the present - Web Technologies, New Software Learning about Graphics and animation. Students from any/every academic Back-ground are welcome. Graphic Club CGC fuels the concept of bringing like-minded tech geeks under one roof to enhance their growth and make the best of the talents available to the community. Club is a community of learners and leaders who teach each other to supplement the development of the members’ college education, specifically with regards to Graphic.
- Community projects
- Motion Graphic Projects
- Expert talks
- Industry Visits
- Animation Learning Events
- New AI Updates
- Hands-on workshops
IEI Student Branch
The Institution of Engineers (India) The Institution of Engineers (India) is the largest multi-disciplinary professional body of engineers with 15 engineering disciplines and over 2,00,000 Corporate Members in India and abroad. The Institution was established in 1920 and was incorporated by Royal Charter in 1935. In order to provide special attention to some of the important national issues, in addition to engineering disciplines, it has established special vehicles of focus. Engineering Staff College of India (ESCI), National Design & Research Forum (NDRF), Rural Development Forum (RDF), Safety & Quality Forum (SQF), Sustainable Development Forum (SDF), Water Management Forum (WMF) and National Skill Development Forum (NSDF) are such focused initiatives. The Institution is a widely admired name in international arena in the field of engineering and technology being a member of World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO), Federation of Engineering Institutions of South & Central Asia (FEISCA), Federation of Engineering Institutions of Asia and Pacific (FEIAP) and International Engineers Alliance (IEA). With its large international linkages and a network of 125 Centers in India and 6 Overseas Chapters, the Institution has built up wide reach and large infrastructure to meet its objectives of promoting engineering in all aspects. IEI is authorized to operate the Indian Section of the International Professional Engineers (IntPE) Register under the International Professional Engineers Agreement (IPEA). All eligible Indian engineers can now apply for International Professional Engineers (IntPE) Certification through IEI only.
- To effectively promote the general advancement of engineering, engineering science and technology, and their application in India.
- To facilitate dissemination and exchange of information and ideas amongst the members of the profession and the persons attached to IEI.
- To extend value based services to the Nation, at all desired level.
IETE Student Forum
The Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE) is India's leading recognized professional society devoted to the advancement of Science and Technology of Electronics, Telecommunication & IT. Founded in 1953. The IETE is the National Apex Professional body of Electronics and Telecommunication, Computer Science and IT Professionals. It serves more than 1,25,000 members (including Corporate, Student and ISF members) through various 63 Centers, spread all over India and abroad. The Institution provides leadership in Scientific and Technical areas of direct importance to the national development and economy. Government of India has recognized IETE as a Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (SIRO) and also notified as an educational Institution of national eminence.
- Organize conferences, symposia, workshops and brain-storming sessions involving all concerned professionals, students and industry associations for the advancement of the discipline.
- Facilitate inter-disciplinary interaction with other organizations and individuals within and outside the country for the promotion of the discipline.
- To promote the general advancement of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Information Technology and allied subjects & application of these (referred to as the discipline henceforth) and to facilitate the exchange of information and ideas on these subjects amongst IETE members
CGC COE is Oracle Academy Institutional member & Program Partner in providing free online training to the Oracle courses to our students and faculty. All students everywhere need access to good computer science education to be college and career ready in today’s global economy.
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Oracle Academy Membership Benefits
Oracle Academy membership offers educational institutions and educators free computing education resources for the classroom to help increase knowledge, skills development, innovation, and diversity in technology fields. There are two types of Oracle Academy membership, with Institutional membership best suited for institutions and educators who wish to take full advantage of Oracle Academy curriculum and teaching resources for the classroom.
Educators receive access to the following benefits. They are able to share with students some of these benefits, including access to software, discounts, practice workspaces, and more.
- Course curricula centered on object-oriented programming (Java), database, and emerging technologies including artificial intelligence and machine learning, big data, and more.
- Access to the Oracle Academy Cloud Program, which provides access to the Oracle Cloud Free Tier for teaching and learning.
- Workshops in a Box to introduce computing to students
- Oracle Academy Education Bytes — modular learning resources that include hands-on labs, projects and challenges, and videos and presentations. Students can use many of these as self-directed learning.
- Oracle Academy Application Express (APEX) workspaces for educators and students to work in the Oracle Database Cloud, plus technical support
- 50% discounts on Oracle Press eBooks
- Oracle software licenses for teaching and not-for-profit academic research use, plus technical support
- Access to My Oracle Support, software updates, and patches for software licensed through Oracle Academy
- 50% discount on Oracle University training for educators
- 25% discounts on Oracle Certification Exam vouchers and 50% discounts on select Oracle Certification Practice Exams
- Eligibility to participate in Oracle Academy Advisory Groups
The mission of the Techno verse club is to build a complete persona in technology by sharing knowledge, providing opportunities to implement hypothesis in quotidian tasks and make society a better place to live in. This club aims to develop and exchange of relevant knowledge to learn and develop skills in various aspects of programming and hardware development and become aware of the technological advancements in various spheres of computer science engineering.
- Expert talk
- FDP for Faculty
- Hands on Workshops
- Technical and Non-Technical Activities for students and Faculty