COMPUTER SOCIETY OF INDIA
Computer Society of India ( CSI) is the first and largest body of computer professionals in India. It was started on 6 March 1965 by a few computer professionals and has now grown to be the national body representing computer professionals.
The Society encourages and assists professionals to maintain integrity and competence of the profession and fosters a sense of partnership amongst members. Besides the activities held at the Chapters and Student Branches, the Society also conducts periodic conferences, seminars.
The Computer Society of India is a non-profit professional society and meet to exchange views and information learn and share ideas. The wide spectrum of members is committed to the advancement of theory and practice of Computer Engineering and Technology Systems, Science and Engineering, Information Processing and related Arts and Sciences.
– Facilitate Research, Knowledge Sharing, Learning and Career Enhancement among all categories of IT professionals.
– Inspire, nurture and assist students to integrate into the IT community.
– Percolate benefits of IT advancement to all sections of Indian Society.
CSI Educational Institution Membership Number- M10048
Prof. Bino Thomas
Student Branch Counsellor
Amal Sebastian, S7 CSE A
Aparna Thomas, S7 CSE A
Meghan Jacob Kunnummyalil, S7 CSE B
Ashily Sibichan, S7 CSE A
Hands-On Workshop on Reference and Citation Management using Zotero
Zotero is a free and open-source reference management software to manage bibliographic data and related research materials. The workshop was for final year B. Tech and M. Tech students of the CSE Department. Prof. Bino Thomas, of CSE department of handled the session. The program was on November 14, 2020, and 30 students attended the same.
Hacktoberfest is a month-long celebration of open source software run by DigitalOcean. Hacktoberfest is open to everyone in the global community! CSI student chapter of St. Joseph’s College of Engineering & Technology, Palai is also teaming up with the same. A local meetup was organised and it was a hands-on session where the participants got access to the invite-only platform Leapcode. The session was on 11th October 2020. 40 students registered and attended the same.
The key speaker for the session was Mr Kuruvilla George Aiyankovil (Leapcode Co-Founder and MSc Computer Science Scholar, Maynooth University, Ireland) and Mr Amal Sebastian (CSI Student Chairman, SJCET, Palai)
Webinar on “UI/UX Design“
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering of St. Joseph’s College of Engineering and Technology, Palai in association with Computer Society of India (CSI) Student Chapter of SJCET Palai organized a webinar on “UI/UX Design” on 3rd October 2020, 4 PM. The session handler was, Mr Harish Krishnan UX Designer at Accenture Interactive. 62 students from various colleges in India attended the same.
Webinar on “Why contributing to the Open Source World would be better?”
The open-source community provides a great opportunity for aspiring programmers to distinguish themselves, and by contributing to various projects, developers can improve their skills and get inspiration and support from like-minded people. But they can prove that they can build fantastic experiences that people love.
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering at St. Joseph’s College of Engineering and Technology Palai in association with Computer Society of India (CSI) Student Chapter of SJCET Palai organized a webinar on “Why contributing to the Open Source World would be better” on Saturday 8th August 2020, 4 PM. The session was handled by Mr Kuruvilla George Aiyankovil, Leapcode Co-Founder and MSc Computer Science Scholar, Maynooth University, Ireland. 50 students from various colleges in India attended the same.
LOCK CODE – Online Coding Competition
LOCK CODE was an online coding competition organized by the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at St. Joseph’s College of Engineering and Technology Palai in association with HackerEarth and Computer Society of India (CSI) Student Chapter of SJCET Palai. The event was organized in 27-06-2020. 113 participants participated in the same. Merit certificates were awarded to top 3 performers and participation certificates were awarded to those who score above 50%
Webinar on Database Breach and Remediation
CSI student chapter of SJCET, Palai organized a Webinar on Database Breach and Remediation in association with Red Team Hacker Academy on 06th June 2020. The session will be handled by Mr. Sachin Jose (Cyber Security Instructor, RedTeam Hacker Academy). 50 participants from SJCET, Palai participated in the same.
Invited Talk on “Value of International Certification on IT\ITES Career”
CSI student chapter of SJCET, Palai conducted an Invited Talk on the topic “Value of International Certification on IT\ITES Career” in association with CSEA chapter on 12-02-2020. The session handled by Mr. Ramesh Padmanabhan, Director of Red Hat GLS India. It was organized for S6 CSE B.Tech students and S4 MCA students.
Mr. Jobson P Varghese of S6 CSE won second prize in Web Development competition conducted in CSI Kerala State Student Convention-2020 held at MES, Marampally on 31st January 2020.
CSI student chapter of SJCET, Palai organized coding competition for students of sixth semester B.Tech and second semester M.Tech students on 5th February 2020. 107 students participated on the same and Mr. Roval Benny of S6 B.Tech CSE become the winner for the same.
Workshop on on 3D Modelling ((GNOMON)
CSI student chapter of SJCET, Palai organized one day workshop on on 3D Modelling (GNOMON) for students on 08/02/2019. 50 participants from SJCET, Palai and nearby colleges attended the same.
Expert talk on “Introduction to Blockchain Technology” by Mr. Kuruvilla George, Software Engineer, Orion Business Innovation and an Alumni of CSE Department. Alumni talk is organized by Dept of Computer Science Engineering in association with Computer Society of India, IEEE Computer Society and ACM SJCET Palai on 06-10-2018.
Introduction to Godels Incompleteness Theorem
Expert talk on “Introduction to Godels Incompleteness Theorem” organized by Computer Society of India in association with IEEE Computer Society and ACM SJCET Palai on 14-09-2018. Resource person : Dr. Sharma V Thankachan, Professor, University of Central Florida, USA.
Free Open Source Software
CSI chapter of SJCET, Palai organized workshop for students of CSE department in the topic “FREE OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE” on 15/09/2017. The session was handled by Mr. Deepu Job and was attended by students of CSE department.
Two Day Workshop INSENDIUM 2.0 on 20th & 21st October 2016 Organized by SJCET Startup Bootcamp in association with CSI chapter of SJCET, Palai
Two Day programme called “Insendium” is organized for the students of St. Joseph’s College of Engineering & Technology, Palai on 20th and 21st October 2016. The main objective of the programme was to ignite the student’s creative thinking. The workshop was designed in a way the in these two days they were trained in three phases, Observe, Make and Innovate. The different activities were given to the students in these three phases. Finally best male participant, female participant and best team awards were given to the participants based on continues evaluation process.
The resource persons for the programme were Mr. Vishal B Kadam: Education Evangelist, Kerala Startup Mission, Prof. Arun J.S: Nodal Officer, Heera IEDC, Prof. Gigi Devasy, Faculty In Charge, Innovation Club, SB School Changanassery, Prof. Sarju S, Nodal Officer, SJCET Startup Bootcamp and Prof. Babusankar S, Mentor in Training, SJCET Startup Bootcamp. The prizes for the winners was distributed by Mr. Vishal B Kadam: Education Evangelist, Kerala Startup Mission.
TALK ON MOZILLA
on 5th October 2016
A Technical talk on Mozilla is organized by SJCET Startup Bootcamp jointly with Mozilla Club of SJCET and Computer Society of India SJCET Student Branch on 5th October 2016. Opportunities of Mozilla is delivered by Mr. Jithin Sha, Mozilla Student ambassador. 60 Students are participated in talk. Dr. Sajan Mathew, HoD Computer Science and Engineering, Mr. Deepu Job, Faculty Advisor, CSI SJCET, Mr Sarju S, Nodal Officer, SJCET Startup Bootcamp were present on the session.
Consolation Prize of 25,000 Rupees in 6th CSI InApp National Student Project Awards 2017 Organized by Computer Society Of India Trivandrum Chapter & InApp on 25,26 March 2017.
Congratulations to Avees Joseph, Jerin Thomas, Aiswarya Sambath and Anjaly Manuel (Final year Computer Science Engineering students) who emerged as first runners up of National level student project competition jointly organized by Computer Society of India (CSI) and In App Solutions. The students successfully completed their project under the guidance of Prof. Smitha Tom (HOD,CSE) and Asst Prof. Sarju Kottapuram (CSE).