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About Training and Placement Department

The backbone of any institution is Academics and Placements. The placement track record of any institution is an indication of the success of the institution.

 

The Training and Placement Department of the institute has a Training and Placement Head who overlooks overall placement activities right from the design, training and execution of placement drive under the supervision of various heads of the department and its respective departmental level placement leads & coordinators and the institute.

 

Training and Placement Department is to provide personal and career related support to the students with special emphasis on training the students on employability skills and ultimately provide placement in various Industries/Organizations by arranging campus recruitment drives.

 

The Training and Placement Department believes in enhancing student’s performance at the campus interviews. In this regard the department arranges soft skill & personality development program, workshops on Interview facing techniques and grooming them to make a quick learners, versatile, good team players, possess relevant skills set and technically competent technocrat. Apart from the major placement activity, the department promotes Industry institute interaction by signing MoU with leading Industries, Industrial visits and industry sponsored projects for final year students, consultancy work, Inviting industry expert for campus visit and delivering lectures and workshops.

 

 

Objectives of Training and Placement Department

 

  • To facilitate students in obtaining all required skills for placement drive through pre-placement activities.
  • To overlook entire placement activities right from design, training to execution of placement drives.
  • To ensure right amount of skilled student gets placed in equitable organization.
  • To arrange On Campus, off Campus, Pool Campus and Mass placement drives.
  • To arrange guest lectures from Industry experts and Industry visits to students to understand Industry standards and requirements
  • To guide students to prepare for competitive examinations.

 

PROCESS OF PLACEMENT DRIVE

The institute had recognized this and from the beginning had made deliberate and positive step in making the Placement department very active and vibrant. To achieve good placements number each department focuses on general pre placement training on soft skills such as group discussion, aptitude test, public speaking etc. The general pre-placement training is incorporated in regular academic timetable by all the departments from second year itself.

 

The institute ensures these pre-placement training activities run smoothly by providing it with a good infrastructure arrangement.

 

The pre-placement training program for a concerned company of a concerned domain of engineering is chalked out by placement officer in collaboration with respective department placement coordinators.

 

Placement drives at Alva’s happen in 4 different levels:

 

1. On Campus Drive

  • Training and Placement department Identifies and Invites suitable company with proper background check which hires freshers from campuses.

  • Get the requirements from company and convey it to students.

  • Call eligible students to register for the placement.

  • Facilitates Pre-placement training/orientation activities conducted by Placement department / department placement coordinators as per the requirement of the company.

  • On the day of the drive, selection process will start with pre-placement talk followed by other selection rounds defined by the respective company.

2. Off Campus Drive

  • Training and Placement department Identifies companies with proper background check which hires freshers from off campus drives (either at company premises or college campus)

  • Get the requirements from company and convey it to students.

  • Informs eligible students to register for the off campus drive.

  • If the off campus hiring happens in college premise then the same process of On campus drive will be followed.

3. Pool Drive

  • Colleges in Mangalore region have agreed upon association for conducting pool campuses by combining two or more colleges, based on company requirement.

  • Pool campus can happen in any of the college in Mangalore region. If pool campus happens in AIET campus, the process of on campus drive will be followed.

4. Mass Placement Drives (Alva’s Pragati)

  • Alva´s Pragati is a cause driven placement initiative, organized under the banner of Alva’s Education Foundation (AEF) in association with Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology. Alva’s Education foundation is committed to the cause of reducing the unemployment problem that has affected the rural youth of this region and has been organizing mass placement drives like Alva’s Pragati and Chikkaballapur Udyoga Mela.

  • The Alva’s Pragati is one such venture of AEF that builds a strong platform that works to reach the employers on one end and to map, fine tune the aspirations of candidates on the other, with an intention to match them and hence generate employment opportunities. Alva’s Pragati unlike other mass placement has created employment opportunities for the youth across various disciplines and streams including arts, commerce, science, engineering, management, sports, fine arts and Para-medical sciences.

Campus Training

2019-20
2018-19
2017-18
2016-17
2019-20

Civil
Mechanical
CSE & ISE
ECE
Civil
BOOT CAMP REPORT 2019-20

Day 1

Day 1

Date

Student

Attended

Topic

18 July 2019

78

Land Use/Cover Study

 

Hands on RS & GIS

Time

Session by

Time

Session by

9 to 1 pm

Dr. Gangadhar Bhat H

2 to 5 pm

Mr. Shivaprasad K R

 

Photographs:

 

Inauguration of the session (L – Dr. H A Hebbar – Dr. Gangadhar Bhatt – Mr. Shivaprasad K R)

Dr. H. Gangadhar Bhat Professor, Department of Marine Geology has delivered a technical talk on Land use and land cover using remote sensing and GIS techniques. He has given the detailed account of basics of remote sensing and GIS. Then he has given some case studies of Mangalore region.

 

Mr. Shivaprasad has given the hands on training using Geographical Information System (GIS) for resource mapping and urban planning.

 

 

Fig. Felicitation of Dr. Gangadhar Bhatt

 

 

 

Fig. Felicitation of Mr. Shivaprasad K R

 

Day 2

Day 2

Date

19 July 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Mr. Haris

Student Count

Topic

78

Technical Skill Enhancement Training

 

Photographs:

 

Mr. Haris SANRIA Engineering Mysore, delivered a talk on Placement Orientation, he has taught how the behavior of a newly graduate should be so that people in the company will make a comfortable zone for teaching the work and cope with the people in the company. How to lead the team as a newly graduate, an activity related to communication was taught how we can work without any word or using hand signs.

Day 3

Day 3

Date

20 July 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 12 pm

Mr. Haris

12.30 to 6 pm

Dr. T V Ramachandra

Student Count

Topic

78

Technical Skill Enhancement Training

 

Geo spatial Applications

 

Photographs (Afternoon session):

 

 

Dr. T V Ramachandra Scientist, EWG IISc Bangalore has given a technical talk on Introduction to GIS and use of Geospatial data for natural resources Management. Using GIS as a tool how an Engineer can do analysis and to find a solution for a particular problems.

 

Day 4

Day 4

Date

21 July 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Mr. Ramani

Student Count

Topic

 

Technical Skills

 

Group discussion, body language, demo of interview, perspective of a HR & communication.

Day 5-9

Day 5 – 9

Date

22 to 25 July 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

FACE TEAM

Student Count

Topic

 

Aptitude

 

 

 

Day 10

Day 10

Date

26 July 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 1 pm

Dr. H Ajith Hebbar

2 to 5 pm

Mr. Prakash Nayak

Student Count

Topic

78

Job Opportunities abroad for Civil Engineer’s & Tips to Final year Project work/Seminar

 

Preparation for UPSC Civil Service Exams

 

Photographs (Afternoon session):

 

 

Mr. Prakash Nayak, Shankara IAS Academy Bengaluru delivered a talk on preparation for Competitive Examinations, similarity between the preparation for an Engineering graduation examinations and UPSC exams, how to prepare daily basis for civil services, reading a newspaper, interlinking of policies to frame, benefits gained by a civil service employee.

 

Day 11

 

Day 11

Date

27 July 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Institutional level speaker

Student Count

Topic

 

GD/Communication/Resume

 

 

 

 

Day 12


Day 12

Date

28 July 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Mr. Govind Ramesh

Student Count

Topic

78

Welding technology for roof structures & gazebo demo / Israel Agriculture Technologies

 

Photographs:

 

Mr. Govind Ramesh CEO Agrima roof and Facades, Bangalore has delivered a technical talk on Welding Technology for roof structures and Gazebo demo/ Israel Agricultural Technologies. Skills required for a structural Engineer, trending of bridge construction, trends in roof construction, video shown on making of a gazebo roof.

Day 13

Day 13

Date

29 July 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 1 pm

Mr. Janardhan

2 to 5 pm

Prof. Surendra P

Student Count

Topic

 

Building PMC with Estimate

Analysis & Design of Multistorey buildings

 

Photographs:

 

Mr. Janardhan Kumar Technical Trainer Infinity PMC Pvt., Ltd., Bengaluru delivered  a technical talk on “PMC and Building Estimate”. Brief summary about construction management using cost-x software and demo was given for a project. 

Day 14-15

Day 14 – 15

Date

30 to 31 July 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

FACE TEAM

Student Count

Topic

 

Aptitude

 

Day 16

Day 16

Date

01 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 1 pm

Prof. Ramesh Rao B

2 to 5 pm

Prof. Arun Kumar G S

Student Count

Topic

 

Hands on Total station and DGPS

 

SOM – Shuttering Works

 

 

 

 

Day 17

Day 17

Date

02 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Mr. & Mrs. Prathima manjunath Reddy

Student Count

Topic

 

Hands on Google Sketch-up

 

Photographs:

 

Mr. Manjunath Reddy Sai CADD Bangalore give software training in “Sketchup Software”. Hand on using sketchup software and building the elevations, 3d models and so on.

 

Day 18

Day 18

Date

03 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Mr. Elangovan

Student Count

Topic

 

Hands on MX Road

 

Photographs:

 

Mr. Elangovan, CADD Centre Chennai has given hands on training on Road estimator/Road. Hands on using MX Road software for a basic level data assuming the straight alignment.

Day 19

Day 19

Date

04 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Mr. Veerendra Kumar

Student Count

Topic

 

Hands on Civil ANSYS

Photographs:

 

Mr. Veerendra Kumar Senior Instructor has given the hands on training on CIVIL ANSYS SOFTWARE. Building beams, frames and analysis done using the software.

Day 20

Day 20

Date

05 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Mr. Sathish Kumar

Student Count

Topic

 

Hands on Revit MEP

 

Photographs:

 

Mr. Srinivas CADD Centre Chennai has given hands on training on MEP-Revit. Hands on given using MEP Revit how to place the AC ducts & PVC Pipes. Calculation of air flow and electrical losses.

 

Day 21

Day 21

Date

06 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Mr. Pradeep Hebbar

Student Count

Topic

 

Industrial Steel Structures: Case Studies & Usage of IS 875 (Part 3)

Photographs:

 

Mr. Pradeep Hebbar, Bangalore has given a technical talk on “Industrial structures and usage of IS-875 code book” for the construction of steel structures. Designing a crane and wind loads acting on the steel sheets.

Day 22

Day 22

Date

07 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 1 pm

Ms. Vanishree

2 to 5 pm

Mr. Madhu

Student Count

Topic

 

Waste Management

 

Role of Civil Engineers in city waste management

 

Photographs:

     

 

 

Ms. Vanishree B.R MCC Adhi Group, Anti Pollution Drive Foundation Mangaluru, has given a technical talk on “Waste Management”. How to reduce the waste generation, effectively recycling it and how to manage the waste within a house, awareness to be given to the public by the students not to mismanage it, an activity for awareness as well as group discussion was taught to the students.

Mr. Madhu, Environmental Officer, Mangalore city corporation, Mangaluru

Mr. Madhu, Environmental Officer, Mangalore City Corporation Mangaluru, has given a technical talk on “Role of Civil Engineers in City waste Management”. The speaker was dealing with the students regarding the case studies of the nearby location suddenly because of bad weather conditions and landslides the government higher officials called him so he went in the middle and rest of the session was motivated by Mr. Vivek Alva.

Day 23

Day 23

Date

08 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 1 pm

Prof. Sanjay S

2 to 5 pm

Dr. Bhojaraja

Student Count

Topic

 

EIA – A case study

 

Hyper GIS

 

Photographs:

 

The speaker taught on the hyper GIS, google earth, extracting the field data such as area, point, polygons and coordinate locations. Geo-mapping and reference was also taught.

Day 24


Day 24

Date

09 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Dr. Sathyanarayan

Student Count

Topic

 

Project  Proposal & Journal paper writing

 

Photographs:

 

Dr. Satyanarayan, Senior Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering AIET, Moodbidri, has given a technical talk on “Project Proposal and Journal Paper writing”.

Day 25

Day 25

Date

10 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Dr. Raghavendra Holla

Student Count

Topic

 

VAASTU-Civil Engineering

Photographs:

 

Mr. Raghavendra Holla, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering MIT, Manipal, has given a technical talk on “VAASTU-Civil Engineering

Day 26-27

Day 26 – 27

Date

11 – 12 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Mr. Manjunath Reddy

Student Count

Topic

 

Hands on 3D’s Max

 

Photographs:

 

Mr. Manjunath Reddy Sai CADD Bangalore give software training in “3D Max”.

 

Day 28

Day 28

Date

13 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 1 pm

Prof. Sindhu Rashmi

2 to 5 pm

Prof. Shankargiri K S

Student Count

Topic

 

Hands on Etabs

 

Pavement construction maintenance & new technologies in construction practices

Day 30

Day 30

Date

16 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 11 pm

Dr. H G Umeshchandra

11 to 1 pm

Prof. Santhosh K

2 to 3.30 pm

Er. Raviprasad Upadyaya

3.45 to 5 pm

Prof. Swathi

Student Count

Topic

 

Ground water exploration by using electrical resistivity method

 

Mix design of Self Compacting Concrete

 

Tendering, Contracts management & need of IBBI Exam for Valuators.

 

Miniature Modeling

 

Photographs (Er. Raviprasad Upadyaya):

 

 

 

Er. Raviprasad Upadhyaya Consulting Civil Engineer, Moodbidri, has given a technical talk on “Tendering, contracts management and need of IBBI exam for valuation”.

 

Day 31-32

Day 31 – 32

Date

15 – 16 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

FACE TEAM

Student Count

Topic

 

Aptitude

 

Day 33

Day 33

Date

17 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Mr. Yadupathi

Student Count

Topic

 

Hands on Plotting L-Section, C-Section, contours and Auto CADD Plotters

 

Photographs:

 

Mr. Yadupati, E-Survey, Bengaluru, has given hands on training on “Excel CADD”.

Day 33

Day 33

Date

18 Aug 2019

Time

Session by

9 to 5 pm

Mr. Ganesh Kumar &

Mr. Suraj Kumar

Student Count

Topic

 

Bar Bending, Masonry &

Shuttering works

 

Photographs:

 

Mason Sooraj & Ganesh, has given practical training on “Bar bending, masonry work and shuttering works”.

Mechanical

Basic fundamentals on Automotive Engineering by Dr. Ravikumar, MCE Hasan

Date: 19 – 07 – 2019

Dr. Ravikumar, MCE, Hasan focused on classification use of scientific principles, technical information and imagination in the description of a mechanical system to perform specific functions with maximum economy and efficiency.

He highlighted on Classification of vehicles, design of vehicle body styles typical engine configurations, fuel systems, suspension systems, steering system, braking system, vehicle body components, and vehicle interior systems.

Basic Fundamentals on Advances in Automotive Technologies by Mr. R Vijay, MCE Hasan

Date: 19 – 07 – 2019

Mr. R Vijay, MCE, Hasan delivered a talk on automotive technologies, he covered the contents related to advanced future automotive technologies, like self-driving cars, V2V communication means vehicle to vehicle communication Cars will be equipped with sensors and communication mechanisms that will enable them to transfer data to each other. This will help avoid accidents, chalk out new routes in case of log jams. Augmented reality windshields these will be similar to the Nokia City Lens features but on the windshield. Here, all the places being viewed through the screen have basic details shown beside them and you can use gestures to select and obtain more details about the place.  BMW is already testing this out with basic data of places being displayed on the windshield of its prototype. But this technology has the potential to have the whole UI of the in-built computer to be displayed on the windshield. Energy storing with vehicle body panels that means some parts of the vehicle body are designed by solar panels or cells to store energy.

Basic Fundamentals on Material Science by Dr. M C Ramesh CSR

Date: 20 – 07 – 2019

Dr. M C Ramesh CSR, delivered a talk on material science he covered the contents, classification of materials, processing of materials, characterization of materials, properties like mechanical, Electrical, Dielectric, Magnetic, Optical Corrosion and biological. Classes and properties of polymers,   microstructure of materials. Development of advanced materials and study their strength & failure, application of engineering materials.

Basic Fundamentals on Tool Design by Mr. M S Shivaprakash, Kennametal Pvt. Ltd

Date: 20 – 07 – 2019.

Mr. M S Shivaprakash sir handled the session on different tools and tool design, standard tool materials, design of tools based on components or products and customer requirements, he explained in detail about tool parameters with live examples, he brought some costly tools from Kennametal to have an interaction sessions with students to make them understand the needs of industry requirements.   

Photo: Mr. M S Shivaprakash from Kennametal Pvt. Ltd. Interacting with students.

Skill Development Program in Boot Camp 2019– IC Engine Overhauling Hands on Experience by CADMAXX Bangalore Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore

Dates: 26 – 08 – 2019 to 29 – 08 – 2019.

The Department of Mechanical Engineering organized the skill development program for the 4th year Mechanical Engineering students. The session was handled by Mr. Naveena M and team CADMAXX Bangalore. The program has been designed to cater to spectrum of engineering students to enhance their skills and grow their career through higher productivity and technical expertise meeting industry needs. The program organized for Upgrading Design Engineers Skills in Product Development Support Activities, using cutting Edge Technology Tools based on Domain Centric Professional Training Modules.

Kit Content’s: A Single Cylinder Four Stroke Petrol Engine 150 CC and complete tool kit for Engine Overhauling will be provided during the workshop but would be taken back after the workshop.

Conduction of Workshop: CAD MAXX Bangalore has a dedicated team ensures that the students will have the necessary equipment and tools to engage in various pre-determined exercises during the workshop. These equipment’s & tools are in compliance to industry standards so that they have a simulated experience of the industry. But above all, we have designed a proactive program to share knowledge by making a group and each group will be provided with a set of tools and engine to have hands on experience in Disassembly and Assembly of the Engine.

Hands on experience, where students carry out physical activities rather than listening to a lecture, help them to gain a better understanding of the subjects. It allows students to experiment with trial and error, learn from their mistakes and understand the potential gaps between theory and practical applications.

  • Create an awareness of the working principle of an IC Engine.
  • This enhances their level of understanding the theoretical concepts and they will be able to apply their practical knowledge into academics.
  • This will help them to understand basics of IC engine design, definitions, components and their operations.
  • Students will understand and will be able to explain the procedures for:
  • Performing a preliminary engine inspection
  • Identifying and interpreting engine concerns
  • They will be able to deal successfully with present trends in automobile industry.

3D PRINTING TRAINING

About the Programme:

The Department of Mechanical Engineering organized the skill development program for the 4th year Mechanical Engineering students. The session was handled by Mr. Shaneel Karia .3 DEMETRY INNOVATIONS Pune, Maharashtra, India being one of the top manufacturers of 3D printing machines in India also provides 3D Printing Training Services. The best part is that you will have a practical exposure as you will be learning from the team of one of the top manufacturers of 3D Printers in India and also one of the leading 3D Printing Service Provider in India.

3D printing today is one of the most interesting and happening technological advancements that mankind has seen in the last few decades. 3D printing today being used in almost every industry. It’s already a booming industry in the western countries and in most developed countries. But here in India and in other developing countries, 3D printing technology getting an attention but adoption is a bit slow.

Industries and institutions are fast adopting 3D Printing technology these days. They employ engineers and designers with 3D Printing Training as a prototype and product engineers. 3D Printing experts are employed in design houses as well that provide 3D design, 3D computer-aided design (CAD) modeling, biological and scientific modeling, and architecture or construction modeling services.

3D Printing Training Course Structure
  1. 3D Printing Technology Basics
    2.Introduction Additive Manufacturing
    3. Introduction and Details 3D Printer and Rapid Prototyping
    4. CAD Files Concepts and Designing
    5. Demonstration of 3D Printer Assembly
    6. Testing and calibration of 3D Printer
    7. Training & Demonstration of 3D Printing
3D Printing

3D Printing is a process of converting digital files into three dimensional solid objects. The 3D printer stacks thin layers of materials one above another to make solid objects – since it involves adding layers, 3D printing is also called additive manufacturing. 3D Printing helps engineers not only to make the final product but also optimize the quality of prototypes of products that have to be manufactured in the traditional way at factories.

Scope of 3D printing is very broad. Today 3D printing is being used in almost every industry involved in the manufacturing of the products. Also, it is being used in designing industries for creating design and prototypes. 3D printing is also used in the colleges and universities for learning and teaching in better ways.

3D Printing Training

As the 3D printing technology taking shape today, It’s one of the most lucrative career options. 3D printing technology is at an intermediate stage today in almost all developing countries, especially in India. Unlike many western countries where the technology is at booming stage, here in India there is lots of scope in 3D printing technology in coming future. 3D printing training program helps the participants understand the design, functioning, and operation of a basic to advanced 3D Printer.

3D Printing Training Course Outcome

As a student, this course will help you in getting a job in this most interesting and emerging technology today. If you are already a working professional this course will further help you in enhancing your skills. This course will help you in understanding 3D designing and printing technology from basic to advanced levels. Below are the general outcomes of our 3D Printing training course.

  1. Understand how to create a 3D file
    2.Learn about the materials, designing of CAD models, working of a 3D Printer
    3. Understand how to build and calibrate a 3D printer
    4. Mastering the 3D printing
    5. Career guidance in 3D Printing

 

Photos: IC Engine disassembled parts

 

Electrical Vehicle Technology and Engine Electronics Workshop

By Mr. Suraj S D, CEO & Cofounder of Competences Factory Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore. Mr. Venugopal Pratimal, Mr. Adthiya Naga Sai Tirumanishetti and Mr. Sunil Shetty.

Date: 01 – 08 – 2019 & 02 – 08 – 2019.

ABOUT ELECTRIC VEHICLE SYSTEM: BY MR. VENUGOPAL PRATIMAL, MR. ADTHIYA NAGA SAI TIRUMANISHETTI

Electric vehicles are the future of transportation. Electric mobility has become an essential part of mobility needs, and will imply significant changes for vehicle manufacturers, governments, companies & individuals. Adoption of new technologies in Electric Vehicles will demand for engineers with multidisciplinary skills and domain expertise or the new set of software and hardware tools. New standards for testing and development has been implemented, approach of charging has been the dearth and there has been drastic tech growth in battery technology. May be our college curriculums are not yet updated for this change or you may not have industry experts available at your institution for showing the better career opportunities in EV segment.

Course outline

  • This course had covered the overview of EV subsystems, components & their basic engineering to gain the idea and the solid foundation.
  • Course had taught with interactive theory and demo kits for ease of understanding.

Electric Vehicle subsystems  is covered in a detailed manner, with the emphasis to design, functionality, challenges, issues, system engineering, practices and standards. Course will be a great blend of theory and practical’s to learn EV engineering.

Course content:

  • Electric Vehicle fundamentals
    • History
    • Terminologies and Abbreviations
    • Understanding units and calculations
  • Electric Vehicle Subsystems
    • Battery Technology
    • Battery Management Systems (BMS)
    • Charging Systems
    • Traction Motors
    • Motor Controller
    • Thermal management
    • EV Safety
    • Vehicle Control ECU

 

  • Subsystems practical demo

Photo: Electric Vehicle system sessions.

 Student Feedback about Electrical Vehicle system session:

 

ABOUT ENGINE ELECTRONICS: BY MR. SURAJ S D, MR. SUNIL SHETTY.

Automotive Engine Control Unit manufactures such as BOSCH, Delphi, Continental AG, Denso, HITACHI, KEIHIN, Siemens, Mitsubishi Electric Corp., TRW automotive and many others Tier 1 & 2 suppliers are extensively working on the development and integration of such systems. From this course, students are designed to be a gateway to understand your roles and responsibilities for pursuing career in above or similar companies in Automotive. Through this is a basic course, students have learnt the components, working, functions, technology and skill sets that is require for career. Designed by core expertise in automotive technologies, with a team of specialists in Automotive Engine Control Systems. The course holds the purpose to share the resources person knowledge and create excellent skilled resources for industry needs.

Course Content:

  • Need of Engine Control Unit – Applications & Beginning
  • Engine Control Unit
    • Functions
    • Standalone Type
    • OEM Type
  • Input & output parameters
    • Air metering
    • Fuel delivery
    • Spark timing
  • Advancement
    • Closed loop system
    • Electronic Throttle Body
    • Emission control
    • Diagnostic services
  • Hands on with ECU maps
    • Fuel table (VE & PWM)
    • AFR table
    • Spark table

Photo: Engine Electronics system session.

Student Feedback about Engine Electronics session:

Talk on Quality tools and Six Sigma by Mr. Mohan Kumar S

Date: 03 – 08 – 2019.

Mr. Mohan Kumar S who has more than 35years experience in areas of operational excellence, quality management, lean manufacturing and also in teaching at engineering institutions.

He gave awareness on quality tools and Six Sigma for final year mechanical students. He also explained about DMAIC Lean Six Sigma approach is used to make improvements to existing processes and products. By this talk students are motivated and have given names for Benchmark Six Sigma Green Belt certification course.

Photo: Mr. Mohan kumar S with final year students during a talk on quality tools and Six Sigma.

Photo: Mr. Mohan kumar S delivering a talk on quality tools and Six Sigma.

Basic Fundamentals on Finite Element Analysis by Dr. Sharanappa, NITK, Surathkal

Date: 10 – 08 – 2019.

Dr. Sharnappa Joladarashi has total 7 years 6 months of experience in Industry and Teaching. 6 years 6 months in the field of Stress Analysis in Aerospace and Industrial projects and 1 year in Teaching. He has worked two years in UK on composite testing of Aircraft components. He also has an Experience in the field of Static analysis, Fatigue analysis and modal analysis of Composite Nacelle parts such as Thrust reverser components, Inner Fixed Structure (IFS), Outer Fixed Structure (OFS), Aft cascade ring, Bulkhead, Aft-cover, Ramp fairing, Bumpers and Draglink fittings, , using PATRAN, NASTRAN and Hand calculation. He delivered a talk on Finite Element Analysis.

Basic Fundamentals on Material Science by Dr. M R Ramesh, NITK, Surathkal

Date: 10 – 08 – 2019.

Dr. Ramesh M.R has an extensive knowledge in the areas such as Thermal Spray Coatings, Thin films, Laser and microwave surface modification, Biomaterials, Machining, Wear, Erosion, Oxidation & Hot Corrosion, Severe Plastic Deformation.10 students are awarded PhD under the guide ship of Dr. Ramesh M.R. He talked about material science and its applications.

Dr. Sharnappa Joladarashi and Dr. M R Ramesh, NITK professors handled a sessions on basic fundamentals

Basic Fundamentals on Composite materials by Dr. G C Mohan Kumar, NITK, Surathkal

Date: 11 – 08 – 2019.

Dr. G C Mohan Kumar gave detailed knowledge on composite materials and applications. His areas of research include Mechanical Design Engineering, Experimental & Numerical Stress Analysis. Biomechanics, Bio-Composites, Green-Composites and others. He was awarded PhD from Dept. of Applied Mechanics (IIT- Madras) in the year 1996.

Basic Fundamentals on Mechanical Vibrations by Dr. Jayaraj, NITK, Surathkal

Date: 11 – 08 – 2019

Dr. Jeyaraj who has a total of 16 years of work experience gave detailed and in depth knowledge on mechanical vibrations. His areas of interest also include structural acoustics and polymer composites. He was awarded PhD from (IIT- Madras) in the year 2009. He delivered a talk on Mechanical vibration analysis.

IN-HOUSE TRAINING CONDUCTED

Students had sessions on various topics like CNC Machining, 3D Printing Technology, Research Exposures in Future Fuel: Biodiesel, How to write a technical papers, Research scope in hybrid polymer composites, CFD in Real world Applications, Managements concepts in manufacturing, Mechanical measurements and Metrology, Design Considerations in Machines, Application of Materials in manufacturing industry, by faculties of our department.

CNC Machining and Demo by Prof. Hemant Suvarna and Prof. Pramodkumar N

Date: 06 – 08 – 2019 & 07 – 08 – 2019.

Professor Hemanth Suvarna begins the session with explanation on basic fundamentals of machine tools and their operations and Computerized Numerical Control machines (CNC). How machining can be done using CNC machine tools, coordinating systems used in CNC machines, G code, M code, coolant off / on, tool change can be done in CNC Machines. Writing of part programming using G and M codes for different machining operations.

Professor Pramod Kumar N taken all students to the CNC Machining Centre for live demo working of CNC Machining Centre with proper guidelines.

3D Printing Technology by Prof. Srikanth M P

Date: 06 – 08 – 2019 & 07 – 08 – 2019.

Professor Srikanth M P delivered a talk on 3D printing technology, advances in 3D printing, it is a process of joining materials to make objects from 3D model data, usually layer upon layer as opposed to subtractive manufacturing methodologies. He also stressed on advantages of 3D printing technology.

  • Limited risk if it fails.
  • Get products into the customers hands.
  • Streamlined development process.
  • Save money and time on tooling.
  • Ability to iterate and incorporate new feedback

Drawbacks or Challenges with 3D printing technology.

  • Limited and high cost of materials
  • Unreliability of machines (20% reject rate)
  • Challenges scaling up technology
  • Speed
  • Environmental Concerns
  • Surface finish
  • Resolution
  • Mechanical properties
  • Post processing
  • Still only making shapes.

Research Exposures in Future Fuel: Biodiesel by Prof. Kiran C H

Date: 06 – 08 – 2019 & 07 – 08 – 2019.

Prof. Kiran C H delivered a talk on Future Fuel: Biodiesel he expressed that due to the increasing awareness of the depletion of fossil fuel resources and environmental issues, biodiesel became more and more attractive in the recent years. Biodiesel production is a promising and important field of research because the relevance it gains from the rising petroleum price and its environmental advantages. The presentation reviews to the students about the history and recent developments of Biodiesel, including the different types of biodiesel, the characteristics, processing and economics of Biodiesel industry. The application of biodiesel in automobile industry, the challenges of biodiesel industry development and the biodiesel policy are discussed as well.

Online Tests on Basic Fundamentals

Date: 06 – 08 – 2019 & 07 – 08 – 2019.

Online test on basic fundamentals was conducted on 7/08/2019 to test the student ability on how much they have understood the basics in core mechanical areas such as Design stream, Thermal stream and Manufacturing stream. The result analysis is done and is shown in the below images:

DESIGN STREAM POINTS TABLE:

 THERMAL STREAM POINTS TABLE:

MANUFACTURING STREAM POINTS TABLE:

The duration of each test was 90 minutes. The students with lower grades were asked to concentrate more on the specified field.

PPT Presentation was done by Each Students about Mechanical Engineering Laboratories

(Academic, Industry and Research Applications).

Date: 09/08/2019

Students recollected the experiments they had performed in their last 3 years and gave a valuable and resourceful presentations that helped other students and themselves about the applications and necessity of the lab experiments in the industries as well as research.

How to write a technical papers by Dr. Satyanarayan

Date: 12 – 08 – 2019.

Dr. Satyanarayan delivered a talk on “How to write a technical papers”. He thoroughly explained on the following points. He inspired and motivated the students towards research areas, 

  • How to decide and write a Paper Title.
  • Writing accurate precise Abstract of the paper.
  • How to write an Introduction part of the paper.
  • Related work about selected title of the paper.
  • Performance experiments of related work.
  • Conclusions of the work carried.
  • Future work
  • The Acknowledgements
  • Citations
  • Appendices
  • Grammar and presentation issues.

Research Exposure on Hybrid Polymer Composites by Prof. Gurushanth B Vaggar

Date: 12 – 08 – 2019.

Prof. Gurushanth B Vaggar delivered a talk on Research exposure on Hybrid polymer composites, his overviews about developing of hybrid polymer composite as per the requirement with proper proportions of fibers, matrix and filler materials. Normally the ratio of fibers and matrix will considered as 40:60 in RPC’s (Reinforced polymer composites). Testing of Mechanical and Thermal properties of hybrid polymer composites. He also explained about the recent applications of composite materials in different fields like Medical equipment, Defense equipment, Sports equipment, Automobile body parts, Aeronautical applications etc…

The prediction of experts says that future human life styles will be more depend on these kind of composite materials, because materials can be manufactured based property and application requirements. 

CFD in Real world Applications by Prof. Kiran C H

Date: 12 – 08 – 2019.

Prof. Kiran C H delivered a talk on CFD in Real world Applications he overviewed on Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) how well established as a tool of choice for solving problems that involves one or more of the following phenomena: flow of fluids, heat transfer, mass transfer and chemical reaction. The presentation to students is about the present work reviews the salient features as well as practical application of CFD techniques carried out in the last more than 50 years in various sections related to industry with the objective of how and where it can be applied. The students also understand the importance of dimensionless numbers and similitude in the field of different applications. It is concluded that CFD presents a number of opportunities in industrial work analysis, and the scope of this opportunity will further develop as both computational hardware and software resources becomes more advanced.

Management Concepts in Engineering by Prof. Sharathchandra Prabhu

Date: 13 – 08 – 2019.

Prof. Sharathchandra Prabhu discussed about Management Major Description: A program that focuses on the application of engineering principles to the planning and operational management of industrial and manufacturing operations, and prepares individuals to plan and manage such operations with examples.

Mechanical measurements and Metrology by Prof. Hemanth Suvarna

Date: 13 – 08 – 2019.

Prof. Hemanth suvarna has presented a talk on mechanical measurements and metrology, he covered the topics, limits, fits, tolerance importance of metrology in quality control department of mechanical industry. He explained about basic units, terms used in metrology. Gauges & its uses. Briefly explained about pressure, temperature measurement techniques. 

FACE Aptitude online test conducted

13 – 08 – 2019 & 14 – 08 – 2019

FACE Aptitude online test was conducted as a part of the boot camp from 13/08/2019 to 14/08/2019  to know the ability of the students to answer the aptitude questions and knowledge about soft skills such as vocabulary and communications.

The result samples of the FACE online aptitude test are as follows:

Based on the results obtained the students were suggested to take the weak areas seriously and prepare well for the upcoming interviews.

Design Considerations in Machine Elements by Prof. Harish K

Date: 14 – 08 – 2019.

Prof. Harish K focused on the use of scientific principles, technical information and imagination in the description of a mechanical system to perform specific functions with maximum economy and efficiency.

Design procedure adopted in machine elements for optimum results. Design considerations for High Strength, Rigidity, low Cost, Safety, Aesthetics, Ergonomics, Assembly considerations, Size and shape. Mechanical properties of materials required in designing machine elements.

Application of Materials in manufacturing industry by Prof. Yogish Rao

Date: 14 – 08 – 2019.

Prof. Yogish Rao delivered a talk on Role of Advanced Materials in Automotive and Manufacturing sectors.

Over the past few decades, the Manufacturing Processes and automotive sector are striving for Improving efficiency, safety, Quality and sustainability through following ways,

  • Adopting Innovative Technology
  • Usage of Advanced Materials

During the current session The above March of innovation for achieving higher efficiency, safety, comfort in sustainable manner though usage of following advanced materials were discussed with relevant Examples.

The advanced Materials that are discussed during the session were as follows.

  • Steels and heat treated steels
  • High strength low alloy steels (HSLA )
  • MMC, CMC, PMC
  • Polymers  
  • Sensors and Actuator Materials
  • Biosensors
  • MR fluids
  • Surface treated Materials

The Session concluded with summarizing the fundamentals discussed and point to be focused during upcoming academic session.

CSE & ISE

Pre-placement training was organized for final year students which focused on current industry concepts as well as training for placement. Pre-placement training focused on over all development of candidate in order to prepare for various placement drives. The following aspects are included and conducted in the training.

Data Structures with C & Advanced Java Programming

Data Structures with C & Advanced Java Programming : Q-Spider Training Software Institute, Bangalore in association with Department of CSE has conducted a 18 days hand-on training on Data Structures with C and Advanced Java Programming during week ends of April/May and continuously from 10th July-17th July,2019. Mr. Manish Raj, Mr. Rohan Prabhu, Mr. Shariq and Mr. Mohammed Idris trainers were taught Data Structures with C as well as Advanced Java Programming using hands-on session. About 136 final year students were trained by above resource persons.

Algorithms and Image Processing Applications

Algorithms and Image Processing Applications: Dr. Mohammed Javed, Assistant Professor, IIIT, Allahabad was a resource person for the first session on 18th July, 2019. He was addresses about the various Engineer traits and Algorithms with live examples. He also addressed about the research perspective of Image Processing Applications.

Initially Dr. Javed explained about the 10 characteristics of engineers that includes Team Player, Continuous Learning, Creativity, Problem Solving, Analytical Ability, Communication Skills, Logical Thinking, Mathematical Ability ,Attention to Detail and Leadership.

He also explained about the purposes of Image processing and its applications like:

  • Visualization – Observe the objects that are not visible.
  • Image sharpening and restoration – To create a better image.
  • Image retrieval – Seek for the image of interest.
  • Measurement of pattern – Measures various objects in an image.
  • Image Recognition – Distinguish the objects in an image.

Database Applications & Networking

Database Applications & Networking

On 18th July,2019 Ms. Shruthi Shetty and Ms. Ankitha Shetty Department of CSE were handed the Database Applications and Networking concepts. Later they also done the assessment of all the students based on basics of Database and Networking Concepts.

Big-Data Analytics Hands-on Workshop

Big-Data Analytics Hands-on Workshop

On 19th July,2019 Dr.Sumith N, Department of CSE handed a hands on workshop on Big Data Analytics. She has addressed about the various concepts of BDA with hands-on session from 9-5 PM.

Hands-on Workshop on Networking

Hands-on Workshop on Networking

Dr.Jaidhar C D, Depat of CSE, NITK, Surathkal was the resource person for the 18th July,2019. Dr. Jaidhar C D has taken session on Networking with Network Packet Tracer Software. Initially he addressed with live examples in simulations. In the afternoon session he explained and demonstrated the various networking components like switch, hub, router etc.

Programming with C & Data Structures

Programming with C & Data Structures

On 20th Julty,2019 Prof.Padma Reddy, Professor , Sai Vidya Institute of Technology, Bangalore was the resource person for the topic Programming with C & Data Structures. He has addressed the students about C Programming concepts starting from Preprocessor directives to Data Structure concepts with live examples.

Data Structures & Algorithms

Data Structures & Algorithms

Dr. Prasanna Kumar H R, Professor & Head-ISE, PES Institute of Technology & Management, Shimoga has delivered a session on Data Structures and Algorithms. Dr. Prasanna Kumar has started the concepts of Data Structures that includes structure, arrays, stack, queue , linked lists, trees and graphs with live examples.  He also discussed about Design & Analysis Algorithms with Time Complexity Issues.

Dr. Prasanna Kumar also discussed the Need of Analysis , types and Applications of Algorithms with the live examples. On 21st July Afternoon session he discussed about the various placement related question and answers for the students.

Focus Academy for Career Enhancements(FACE) Aptitude Training

Focus Academy for Career Enhancements(FACE) Aptitude Training

The 8 days Aptitude Training was conducted to final year CSE students First Phase during 22nd to 25th July,2019. The second Phase was conducted during 30th July to 2nd August,2019.

This training helped the students to understand the aptitude topics such as number systems, percentage, perfect loss problems, preposition, problems on time and work, speed time and distance, probability, direction problems, questions related to blood relations, permutation and combination, simple equation. More than sufficient questions where solved in the class. They also gave useful tips to answer the group discussion and interview rounds.

Training on IoT and its Applications

Training on IoT and its Applications

2 days training on IoT and its Applications was conducted on 26th & 27th July,2019 for final year CSE/ISE/ECE students. Dr. Mohit P. Tahiliani, NITK Surathakal addressed the topic on “Need for Speed:Minimize the impact of Bufferbloat on IoT Applications ”

Mr. Vishal Rathod, Reseach Scholar NITK Surathkal took the hands-on training on IoT Applications to the students.

Workshop on Git-Hub Coding Skills

Workshop on Git-Hub Coding Skills

2 days workshop on Git-Hub coding skills was arranged for final year CSE/ISE/ECE students on 26th & 27th July,2019. Mr. Sagar from Dlithe Software, Bangalore was the resource person for 2 days. He explained and demonstrated the students about to creating GitHub accounts as well as uploading the contents to GitHub.

Workshop on Git-Hub Coding Skills

Workshop on Git-Hub Coding Skills

One day workshop on Git-Hub coding skills was arranged for final year CSE/ISE students on 26th July,2019. Mr. Sudeep D, Epitas Software, Mangalore was the resource person.He explained and demonstrated the students about to creating GitHub accounts as well as uploading the contents to GitHub repository.

Workshop on AWS

Workshop on AWS

4 days Workshop on AWS(Amazon Web Services) was conducted for CSE final year students from 5th to 8th August,2019. Mrs. Seema Nair from Callibre Code Solutions, Bangalore was the resource person. AWS introduction, EC2 instance creation, Elastic IP mapping to server topic was completed on day 1 of the training.

Remote connection to AWS server, EC2 snapshot and recovery was completed on day 2 of the workshop. Cloud watch monitoring, s3buckets creation & settings, AWS Cli commands are completed on 3rd day of the workshop. On final day, s3 bucket backup to server, MongoDB No SQL DB creation and basic queries were discussed.

Workshop on Ad.Java & J2EE, JQuery

Workshop on Ad.Java & J2EE, JQuery

Workshop on Ad.Java & J2EE, JQuery was conducted on 5th to 8th August,2019 for final year CSE students. Mr. Charles Antony, Techno-voice, Mysore was the resource person of the workshop. 

Java is one of the most popular programming languages used to create Web applications and platforms. It was designed for flexibility, allowing developers to write code that would run on any machine, regardless of architecture or platform. Students were trained on various aspects of advanced java like as stated above.

Workshop on Block Chain Technologies

Workshop on Block Chain Technologies

One day workshop on Block Chain Technologies was conducted for the part of the pre-placement training. Mr.

Workshop on Mathematical Applications

Workshop on Mathematical Applications

Dr. Chandru Hegde, Mangalore University was the resource person of the workshop on Mathematical Applications on 28th July,2019. Dr. Chandru Hegde discussed the topics of the mathematics like Linear Algebra, Probability & Statistics and Optimizations. 

Personality development and Public Speaking

Personality development and Public Speaking

Ms.KannanThandi trained students on Personality development and public speaking on 11th & 12th August,2019. She emphasized the need for being confident in public speaking which helps the students to face the interview. Trainer also spoke about various skills that students need to develop for their future.

IN-HOUSE TRAINING

Students had session on various topic like python application, web programming, database applications, Big data analytics, OOMD, OOPs concepts, Algorithms, Java, IoT etc., by faculties of our department.

 

  • Object Oriented Concepts with C++ by Ms. Shilpa.

The session started with explanation on Basics of Object Oriented Concepts such as Classes, Objects and Member Function. There are 4 major principles that make an language Object Oriented. These are Encapsulation, Data Abstraction, Polymorphism and Inheritance. These are also called as four pillars of Object Oriented Programming. Encapsulation is the process of hiding the information by warping data inside the classes. Classes contain member function and member data.

Different types of member functions were discussed such as static member function, constant member function, inline member function and Friend functions. Inline function is a function that is expanded in line when it is called. When the inline function is called whole code of the inline function gets inserted or substituted at the point of inline function call. A static member function is a special member function, which is used to access only static data members, any other normal data member cannot be accessed through static member function. A const or a constant member function can only read or retrieve the data members of the calling object without modifying them. A friend function of a class is defined outside that class’ scope but it has the right to access all private and protected members of the class.

Polymorphism in C++ means that a call to a member function will cause a different function to be executed depending on the type of object that invokes the function. Types of polymorphism was discussed.

All the concepts were demonstrated with programming example and later MCQ test was conducted related to the concepts which were taught.

 

  • Networking by Ms. Ankitha Shetty.

She addressed on various topics of networks like Classification of network: based on: Transmission media, Topology, Size of the network. She also discussed about working of Packet switched and circuit switched network and also Difference of the same. Functions of each layer of OSI and TCP/IP model. Five major processing-mode categories of Firewalls that is Packet-filtering firewalls, Application gateways, Circuit gateways, MAC layer firewalls, Hybrids was explained Classification of IP address, introduction on IPV4 and IPV6, IP address classes, static and dynamic assignment, port number was explained. Basics, types and working of DNS were explained to students. Cryptography: Block cipher and Stream cipher, Symmetric, Asymmetric method of cryptography. MCQ test was conducted related to the concepts which were taught.

 

  • Python Application Programming by Prof. Sayeesh

The session started with Introduction to Python, Identifiers and keywords, operators, conditional statements, looping statements, functions, built-in functions, lists, tuples, dictionary, regular expressions. Different programming examples for conditional statements- if, if-else, nested if, chained if and looping statements- while, for. Different programming examples for lists, tuples, dictionary and regular expression. Session was concluded by solving different types of objective type questions.

 

  • Big data analytics by Sumith  N

As the technology is evolving, it is producing enormous data. The internet, its users and devices are the largest contributors of data. Big data has specific characteristics, namely volume, velocity, varsity and variety. Due to these characteristics, analyzing big data is a challenge.

Machine learning algorithms plays a vital role in analyzing big data. Machine learning algorithms can be broadly categorized into supervised, unsupervised and reinforcement learning techniques. A supervised learning techniques build a models after learning sufficiently from the examples. Data for such a learning system are always classified. Some of the algorithms discussed in the session were K- nearest neighbours, decision tree, linear regression, naïve Bayesian classifiers. Hands on training was given to students.

An unsupervised learning techniques builds the models by looking at the input data without prior training. The dataset is always unclassified. Some of the algorithms are K- means cluster analysis, PCA and factor analysis. Hands-on for  k means was given.

Further, evaluation of the model was demonstrated with hands on training.

 

  • Ms Shruthi Shetty J 18-07-2019 Database Applications

The session started with the Introduction to  Database and Database Management Systems. Explained advantages and applications of DBMS. The types of Database languages like Data Definition Language (DDL), Data Manipulation Language (DML), Transaction Control Language (TCL) were also explained. Commonly used terminologies like Entity, Attributes, types was attributes and various integrity constraints  were explained.

Keys like Primary, Foreign, Candidate and Super keys with explained with an example. Programming language- Structured Query language and its various constructs were explained with Relational Algebra functions and examples. Example queries were solved in the session.

Functional dependency: An attribute A is said to functionally determine attribute B if each    value of A is associated with only one value of B. A is called the Determinant while B is called the Dependent. Full Functional Dependency: If A and B are attributes of a relation, B is fully functionally dependent on A if it is functionally dependent on A, but not on any subset of A. Partial Functional Dependency: If A and B are attributes of a relation, B is partially dependent on A if it is dependent on subset of A. Transitive Functional Dependency: If A, B, and C are attributes of a relation such that if A -> B and B -> C, then C is transitively dependent on A via B. Along with this Normalization and normal forms were explained. Three normal forms were explained with example.

All the concepts were explained with example and later MCQ test and query both on SQL and Relational Algebra   was conducted related to the concepts which were taught.

 

  • Algorithms by Mrs. Mangala Kini

Algorithms are an essential aspect in today’s world. It is a basic to all the problem solving. The session included introduction to algorithms. Asymptotic notations are the important concepts that help in knowing the efficiency of any algorithms. There are three notations: O-notation, Ө-notation, Ω- notation. The basic selection of these notations for various algorithms was given. Followed by explanation on various techniques like Divide and conquer brute force, decrease and conquer, dynamic programming, backtracking, etc. The algorithms that implement the above technique were also explained in the session. The algorithms namely sequential search, linear search, bubble sort, merge sort, quick sort, heap sort was explained along with its efficiency and applications. Some problems like Knapsack, travelling salesman was solved in the session. Graphs are also a type of problem that can be solved by various algorithms like Floyd, Warshall was explained with example.

 

  • Web programming by Mrs. Harshitha G M

Topics Covered: Introduction to Web programming, Web servers, Web browsers, DNS, Web, Internet, History, and Practical Implementations of html.

The session started by giving introduction to Web Programming: A brief History of the internet, web, web servers, web browsers, URL’s, DNS, HTTP was discussed. Practical Implementations of html- all basic tags, with the concepts of CSS and hyperlinks and images.

 

  • Database Management System by Ms. Reena Lobo

The session included discussion on Different types of keys , attributes, Entities. Relational algebra-Select and project (Unary operators), join and division(Binary operators).SQL- Insert, delete and update statements in SQL. Exist and not exists, Like, Between and minus operators.

All the concepts were demonstrated with examples and later test was conducted related to the concepts which were taught.

 

  • Mobile application development by Ms. Reena Lobo

The session started by informing about Basics of Android such as Introduction to android, setting up android studio, setting up AVD(Android Virtual Device).Discussed about different files in android such as java, manifest and resource. Different types of Layouts such as Linear, relative and absolute layout and also different types of orientation. Creating a new project and create app with .xml and .java file.Unlike Java (which is Back Bone of android app), xml helps to design any android app , how it will look , how components like buttons , textview , etc will be placed and their styling. Apart from these .xml is also used for parsing data either from database or server into your android application (Xml parsing). Android Studio is an IDE tool which is used to create Android Apps. The language used to develop an android app is Java.

 

  • Latex by Dr. Sumith

During the session students were introduce to various aspects of Latex tools as follows:

Installing Latex: Latex is a free software and can be downloaded from miktex.org. The editor can also be downloaded from texstudio.org.

Input file structure:  In a LATEX environment, LATEX takes the role of the book designer and uses TEX as its typesetter.  But LATEX is “only” a program and therefore needs more guidance. The author has to provide additional information to describe the logical structure of his work. This information is written into the text as “LATEX commands.”

Following environment variables are used to further add contents to the document

  1. Environments:
  2. Header and footer
  3. Title page
  4. Section and paragraph
  5. Figure
  6. Table
  7. Enumerations and lists
  8. Math equation
  9. References

ECE

Orientation

The pre-placement training for the final year students commenced on July 10th, 2019. The training started with an orientation session by Dr. D.V Manjunatha, HOD, department of ECE. During the session, HOD gave an overview of the overall boot camp. HOD also addressed the students regarding the latest industry trends and informed the students to attend all the sessions regularly.

Fig. 1. Orientation about boot camp by Dr. D.V Manjunatha, HOD, Dept. of ECE

 

Later Mrs. Tanya Mendez, Placement Lead, Department of ECE addressed the students regarding the importance and significance of the pre-placement training. She also briefed the students regarding the upcoming TCS National Qualifier Test and informed the students the different areas they should focus on, in order to clear the test. She also discussed about the different companies which would be visiting the campus in the upcoming semester.

Java Training by Q-Spiders

The first technical session was on Java Training by Q-Spiders which started July 11th, 2019. Java is currently more popular than several other programming languages in today’s world. Understanding its importance, a training program on Java was conducted for the final year students of Electronics and Communication from 11th July to 17th July 2019 by Q-Spiders Campus Connect, Bangalore. This included both theory and hands on sessions, guided by Ms.Arpitha. On the first day, the basics of Java including the program structure, data types, operators, control statements and pattern programs were explained. The main java concepts were discussed from the second day. Topics including Java Type definitions , Functions, Constructors, Object state initializations, Encapsulation, Inheritance, Polymorphism, Abstraction, Type casting were explained in the further classes. All the topics were explained with example programs with industry standards which made it more fruitful. Ms. Arpitha made sure that the concepts were clear for each student present in the class and the students were made to do Real time application programs.Students were assigned assignments everyday and their queries were clarified inside the class. The different ways to approach programming questions andtechnical interviews questions were also discussed.After all the blood and sweat of 7 days they were prepared forjava coding and problem solving skills.

Fig. 2. Q-Spiders Training

Basic Electronic Fundamentals

Two days training on Basic Electronic Fundamentals was conducted by Dr.  Pradeep Kumar, Associate Professor, Dept. of ECE, SEA College of engineering and technology, Bangalore on  18/07/19 and 19/07/19 in CAD lab.

The main objective of the training was to strengthen the fundamental knowledge of the students. The basic knowledge of students was tested and suggestions to improve their knowledge in six streams of electronics were given. Electronic Components and devices, Control Systems, Signals and Systems, Microprocessors, Engineering Electromagnetism and Communication Systems were the main topics for the training in which most of the core companies expect students to be extremely good.

Training started on 18/07/2019 with a brief introduction of Dr. Pradeep Kumar to the students and an introduction to Electronic Components devices. In the morning session he pointed out that electronic component responds to the flow of electrical energy and either stores or dissipates energy. In the afternoon session of day1, topics related to Control Systems were discussed and he described that control system is a system of devices or set of devices, that manages, commands, directs or regulates the behavior of other devices or systems to achieve desired results. Multiple choice questions were given as test to the students and after that solutions for these questions were discussed.

Fig. 3. Electronics Fundamentals Training Session

The second day of the training was conducted on the 19th of July and a detailed explanation on Microprocessors was given in the morning session. Applications of microprocessors in Embedded system were discussed. Multiple choice questions were given as test to the students and after that solutions for these questions were discussed.

In the  afternoon session of day 2  topics related to  Signals  and  Systems  were discussed   and  he gave the differences of analog and digital signals. Types and processing of signals and Applications of signal processing and MATLAB were explained.  Multiple choice questions were given as test to the students and after that solutions for these questions were discussed. Finally the resource person gave some useful hints related to Engineering Electromagnetism and   Communication Systems.  The training concluded at 5:00pm on the 19th of July. Dr. D V Manjunatha, HOD, Dept. of ECE thanked resource persons for taking time off his busy schedule to conduct the training.

 

MEMS Training by Alumni

Shreyas Bhat and Nizam, IISc. Bangalore who are also alumni of AIET did a training on MEMS on the 20th of July, 2018. They discussed about the evolution of MEMS and the miniaturization of devices. They also emphasized that the smaller the devices, more it was prone to environmental damage. They also explained about the basic building blocks of MEMS – Smart Materials and Smart Structures. The generic design flow in MEMs was also discussed. The different fabrication technologies and the latest advances in the areas of MEMS were also discussed. Later using a microscope, few VLSI chips were shown and explained to the students.

 

Fig. 4. MEMS Training

Digital Electronics and ITC Brush up Course

A brush up course on Digital Electronics and Information Theory and Coding was done on 21/7/2019 from 9:00 to 1:00 pm.  The session was started by Dr. D.V Manjunatha where he stressed on the importance of knowing the basics. Later the session was handled by Mrs. Shruthi K. She started with number systems, Boolean Algebra, Digital Systems, importance of digital signals over analog, communication models and later stressed on combinational and sequential circuits. In the next half of the session she stressed on information theory and coding concepts, which covered different coding techniques.

Fig. 6. Electronics Fundamentals Training Session

FACE Training

Face aptitude training, which was held from 22nd July 2019 to 25th July, 30th July to 2nd August and 15th, 16th August, 2019 helped the students to understand the aptitude topics such as profit & loss, mixtures & allegations, partnerships, number systems, percentage, permutation and combination, probability, preposition, problems on time and work, speed time and distance, direction problems, questions related to blood relations,  simple equations, data arrangements, verbal reasoning, data interpretation and data sufficiency etc. More than sufficient questions where solved in the class. They also gave useful tips to answer the group discussion and interview rounds. The students were trained with useful shortcuts which helped them to solve the problems in easily.

Fig. 7. FACE Training Session

Internet of Things (IoT)

The pre-placement training about Internet of Things was conducted on July 26th 2019. The session started with an orientation from one of the students. The resource persons present were Mohit P Tahiliani, Assistant Professor, NITK, Surathkal and Vishal Rathod, (Ph. D), NITK, Surathkal. Before the training, Mr. Tahiliani briefly explained about the current internet traffic and the measures taken by leading companies to overcome this problem. He then briefly explained about the modern protocols used to transmit data between devices operating over voice and physical commands used for home and industrial automation. Mr. Rathod, his Ph. D student then took over the training to brief the students about his field of research and the topics that he would be training the students for the session.

Some of the topics covered by were: The protocols used to transmit data for IoT-  MQTT (Message Queue Telemetry Transport) and MQTTSN (Message Queue Telemetry Transport Sensor Network). Some of the protocols researched by him were CoAP (Constrained Application Protocol) which uses UDP for data transmission and CoCoA (Congestion Control for CoAP). The students were trained to perform some network simulations using Cooja simulator by Contiki. The different types of network topologies were also discussed during the session and the students were given some ideas, which would be useful for projects.

Fig. 8. IOT Training Session

Delithe Github Training

The training about Delithe GitHub was conducted on July 27th 2019. The session started with an orientation from one of the students. The resource person presiding was Mr. Adarsh, Delithe GitHub, Bengaluru. He started the session with the basic introduction about GitHub and its uses. He then instructed the students about the process of installing the GitHub software and creating a GitHub account. The command line version of the GitHub software was used to teach the students about pushing a document into the GitHub website. Many commands were taught to the students to create repositories and to upload a simple C code, Python code and an HTML code. They were also briefed about accessing the useful codes and repositories for development of their projects. Students created their own website using the HTML code created using GitHub.

Fig. 9. Delithe GitHub Training Session

DSP Audio and Image Processing

The pre-placement training on DSP audio processing using MATLAB by Mr. Parveez Shariff, Assistant Professor, and AIET was conducted on July 27th 2019 from 9:30 AM for duration of 3 hours. During the session, he gave an overview of the Signal processing and audio processing. He also discussed some programs and practical implementation of audio processing. Later he introduced the audio enhancing process using audio processing and applications of audio processing.

The pre-placement training on DSP Image Processing using MATLAB by Mr. Yuvaraj T, Assistant Professor, AIET was conducted on July 27th 2019 from 2:00 PM for a duration of 3 hours. During the session, he gave an overview of the Signal processing and Image processing. He also taught some programs and practical implementation of image processing. He discussed about image enhancing process using image processing and applications of image processing.

Fig. 10. DSP MATLAB Training Session

VLSI Design

The training about VLSI Design was conducted on July 29th 2019 from 9:30 AM for a duration of 3 hours. The resource person was Mrs. Tanya Mendez, Assistant Professor, AIET. She briefed the students about the basics of VLSI and the current technology used by leading companies for designing. The students were taught how to design various logic gates using a multiplexer. She then discussed various topics related to VLSI like Body Effect, Channel Length Modulation, Latch up, operation of nMOS and pMOS transistors and design of logic gates using CMOS logic techniques. Students were also taught about front end design i.e., switch level HDL programming of logic gates. She also discussed many questions asked by various companies during interviews about VLSI like Cadence, Sankalp Semiconductors etc. so that students would get an overview about the different questions they would be facing during interviews. She then divided the class into teams to conduct a quiz using multiple choice questions on basics of VLSI. The resource person made sure that the students are exposed to different scenarios faced by students during interviews when the interviewers throw complex questions at the students.

Fig. 11. VLSI Training Session

Computer Networking Session

Data Communication and Computer Network have changed the way business and other daily affair works. The final year students were guided on the same by Mr. Gautam Kamath on the 5th and 6th of August, 2019. He taught the students how to find the IP address of each system and how the data could be synced from one computer to the other. He also discussed about Cloud Computing, Hyper Turning Technology, Turbo Based Technology, Smart Cash Technology, Virtualization, Ping and Stand alone environment. Network Cablings and its types (straight through, crossover cabling, rolled cable) were also addressed during his session. Importance of Repeaters, Hub, calculation of the valid IP address, calculation of the broadcast address of the given network, brief introduction about the switches and its operation were the other topics discussed during his session. He made the sessions very interactive and it helped the students to approach him regarding their queries. Towards the end of the session he told importance of networking in today’s trending world. The entire session was very useful for the students to add upon their preparations for the upcoming placements with the most skilful knowledge.

Fig. 13. Computer Networking Session

Group Discussion Training

The students were trained on how to attend group discussion sessions by Mrs. Renukiran on 7th August, 2019. Initially the students were briefed on how to prepare for the group discussion. This was followed by 8 sessions of group discussion where the students were divided into groups of ten each. The students were given individual feedback about their performance in the group discussion. The topics discussed included hardwork versus smartwork, 5 years of Modi government etc. At the end a final group discussion of 35 students was conducted.

Fig. 14. Group Discussion Training Session

Resume Writing

A resume summary statement is a short paragraph at the beginning of a resume that highlights a job seeker’s professional skills, knowledge and experience. So, the final year students were guided on the same by Mr. Shubham on 7th August, 2019.  He made sure all the students were involved by conducting games and different activities, which in turn made them, realize how skilfully the resumes could be build in an efficient, standard and professional way. He also discussed on the dos and don’ts that had to be followed while preparing the resume. He addressed regarding the importance of the resume. He gave many ideas regarding how to write a resume, types of resume, tips and few other samples. Towards the end of the session a brush up on how the interviewers interpret resumes of the candidates based on the information provided was done. The entire session was very helpful for the students to add to their preparations for the upcoming placements.

Fig. 16. Resume Writing Training Session in Engineering Seminar Hall

Cadence, Tessolve Company Specific Training

To get into an electronics core company is a tough task. It is the place where one is expected to be proficient in his basics from all the subjects of his domain. So the final year students who were eligible to attend Tessolve and Cadence were guided on the same by Mr. Rahul, an alumini of Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology on the 8th of August, 2019 from 9:30 a.m to 12:30 p.m. His session was completely based on how to crack placements of Cadence and Tessolve. He mainly concentrated on the topic ‘OpAmp’ and its applications. He also covered many topics which included analog electronics, digital electronics, digital communications, VLSI and linear integrated circuits. He discussed his experiences in attending placement drives, clearing technical aptitude rounds and ways to update one’s technological skills. The entire session was very helpful for the students to add upon their preparations for the upcoming placements.

Fig. 17. Cadence, Tessolve Company Specific Training Session

TCS Company Specific Training

Mr. Mayur, alumni of AIET, Department of ECE conducted a 3 hour session on the 8th of August, 2019 for the students to be familiar with the pattern of questions that would appear for TCS code vita. This session was very informative as new methods, basic things where taught so as to enable the students to connect to whatever was taught. The session was informative as he gave them an idea to learn new things from various websites. In a short period of time, students were taught many things about java and c programming. Many tricks where taught to crack the questions.

Fig. 18. TCS Company Specific Training

Professional Ethics Session

The pre-placement training about Professional Ethics was conducted on August 8th 2019 in the engineering seminar hall. The session was conducted by Mr. Deepak Raj, Assistant Professor, AIET. The main agenda of this session was to make the students aware of the rules and etiquettes that has to be followed by them in various situations of the corporate world.

The speaker divided the class into four teams to create an atmosphere of competition where learning always becomes fun. Then a presentation about personality development, like how to deal an embarrassing situation, dress etiquettes, handshaking, proper decorum to be maintained while talking to a client, etc. were taught to students in detail with a live example given to each of them. A fourteen points presentation where the students were briefed about the do’s and don’ts about range of topics including cubicle etiquettes, Casual dress etiquettes, guest etiquettes, business letter etiquettes, professional email writing etc.

Finally, all teams were told to act five do’s and don’ts which was enthusiastically taken up by the students and which made the students better understand the situations that they may face in the corporate world.

Network Analysis Brush up Course

A brush up course on Network Analysis was conducted by Mr. Deepak Raj, Assistant Professor, department of ECE on the 11th of August 2019 from 9:30 a.m to 1:00 p.m The session started with explaining the fundamentals theorems like Kirchoff’s Voltage and Current laws and ohms laws with numerical examples on DC circuits. Few short cuts on how to write the KVL equations directly from the circuit and vice versa were solved. The complexity of the problems was gradually increased by slowly introducing the AC Circuits. Topics like source information, source shifting and when to apply them in the circuit was explained. The problems on star to delta and vice versa were solved. The problems on mesh analysis and nodal analysis along with super mesh and super node concepts were solved. The topics of network theorems were also touched upon.

Fig. 19. Network Analysis Training

Digital Image Processing Session

Digital image processing is one of the key factors in the area of machine learning, which is the present trend of industry. Taking this into account, ECE final year students had two days of workshop on ’Digital Image Processing’ and ‘Basics of Python’ on the 17th and 18th of August 2019. The session was handled by Dr. Shyamlal Raj, Assistant Professor, NITK. First day his session was based on image acquisition process, key stages in digital image processing, pre-processing in image analysis of satellite data. Second day he explained about histogram equalization, logarithmic transformations, Power law transformations, gamma corrections, piecewise linear transformation functions, geometric enhancement techniques, 2D linear convolution, Toeplitz matrices, and linear convolution by matrix vector operations and so on. He used MatLab software for implementing Image Processing programs. He also explained how to use ‘Anaconda’ software to practice python programmes. Session included both theory and practical classes which made it livelier. He shared experiences about his phD work on ‘Cancer Detection’ using image processing. Basic mathematics behind the concepts was also worked out during the session.

Fig. 21. Digital Image Processing Training

 

Fig. 22. Digital Image Processing Training

TCS Company Specific Aptitude Training by FACE

TCS has announced its most exciting TCS National Qualifier Test for 2020 graduates. The objective of TCS National Qualifier Test (TNQT) is to select the best talent in the country to fuel the growth plans of TCS with its business 4.0 strategy. TCS National Qualifier Test 2020 is a PAN India Drive beginning with an online test followed by a personal interview which will have three rounds-Technical, Managerial and HR. The TNQT is happening on 3rd and 4th of August 2019 for all 2020 graduates across India. To crack the TNQT, a TCS training program was conducted for the final year students of Electronics and Communication on 1st August 2019 by FACE, Coimbatore. This included 2 sessions. The morning session was handled by Mr.Sivaguru. He explained and made the students to solve 2 sets of questions on aptitude which included advanced aptitude questions as well. The main concepts that were focussed on were time and work, speed, distance and time, profit and loss, number system, percentages, permutations and combinations, ratio and proportions, averages and probability. The afternoon session was handled by Ms.Shanmathi Preetha. She explained the concepts related to quants and verbal including paragraph passage, para jumbles, vocabulary, tenses and parts of speech. All the concepts were explained with real time examples which was very useful to understand the concepts. Numerous shortcut techniques were taught to save the calculation time. Both the trainers made sure that the concepts were clear for each student present in the class. The way to approach the technical rounds and HR round were also discussed. They also provided additional resources and links to improve the aptitude and coding skills. Overall the training was very useful for the students to approach any of the interviews.

Fig. 23. FACE – TCS Company Specific Training

Basic Fundamentals of Analog Electronics

Basic Electronic fundamentals of Analog Electronics were conducted by Mr. Sudhakara HM, Sr.Assistant Professor, Dept. of ECE, AIET, Mijar on11/08/2019. The main objective of this training is to strengthen the fundamental knowledge of students in Analog Electronics. As many core companies related to Electronics expect students to know about wave shaping and analyse basic circuit diagrams before designing important circuits, in this  session  focus  was given to write expected waveforms at output of  most useful circuits. Around 30 important circuits were discussed and students were given the tasks of guessing the outputs.

In the session Clipping circuits were first discussed. Use of diodes in Series and parallel circuits were explained. Practical applications of Clippers and clampers were discussed. Use of clampers and fundamentals of clampers were highlighted. Principle of transistors, their characteristics and applications were discussed. Problems related to CE mode of transistor   amplifier were solved and classes were concluded with introduction to OPAMPs.

Fig. 25. Analog Electronics Training Session

Personality Development and Public Speaking

Ms Kannan Thandi trained students on Personality development and public speaking from 18 th July 2018 to 19 th July 2018. She emphasized the need for being confident in public speaking which helps the students to face the interview. Trainer also spoke about various skills that students need to develop for their future.

Fig. 26. Personality Development Training Session

Block chain Technology Training

Japan-based Emurgo had recently signed an MOU with Alva’s Education Foundation and as part of that the students of the final year had a one day session to educate them about blockchain technology and bitcoin. It is a decentralised public blockchain and cryptocurrency project and is fully open source. The company trains developers to be proficient in this emerging technology and helps deepen their understanding of third generation blockchain protocols such as Cardano to enable them work in organisations adopting this technology.

The concepts about the different types of blockchains were discussed. The session was interesting and interactive and the students were given a lot of information regarding how bitcoin came into existence and the value and importance of it. The benefits of bitcoin was also addressed. An activity was conducted for the students so as to understand the concepts more clearly and the students participated actively in the sessions.

2018-19

Mechanical

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

 

The mission of Training and Placement Cell is to achieve maximum placement for students through dedication, attitude and complete involvement. The T&P cell holds the objective of acquainting the students of the Institute with Industries. The cell conducts training activities for the final year students mainly focusing on Career planning, Personality Development Industry- Institute Interaction, off site training, Industrial visits, Campus placements, Entrepreneurship Development. Continuous interaction of the cell with the industries also helps in achieving the above goals & motivating students to contribute in this direction. This cell also helpings students to improve their command on English language & Communication skill.

We are mainly intensive on

  • Career planning
  • Group Discussion
  • Communication Skill
  • Aptitude
  • Industry Institute Interaction
  • Interview Techniques
  • Guest Lectures

 

In view of above Training and Placement Cell conducts various programs like Group Discussions, Mock Interviews, and Aptitude test etc to encourage students and to develop their skills. So in context of achieving this goal we organized the “Boot Camp Training Program” for the final year students from 11-07-2018 to 09-08-2018, in which we kept various sessions to groom student’s skills and personality.

 

During this Program various technical and non-technical events were carried out by our Department Faculties, Mr.Ramani (Resume Build Trainer), Dawn Prakash (Personality Develop Trainer), and Abhilash (Resume Build Trainer).

 

The Mock Group Discussion-Personal Interview Session was conducted by Mr. Ramani, Mr. Abhilash. They briefed the students about what exactly is a Group Discussion and how students should go about it and how the Recruiters analyze the students during a GD session.With Respect to Personal Interviews, MrsRashmi Shetty had guided the students on essential aspects like body language,confidence, communication skills and how students should put across their points with Diplomacy as and when required. This session was attended by 91 students.

 

Schedule of the training program and Glimpse of training program has given below.

 


ECE

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATIONS

 

For Final Year students

Pre-placement training was organized for final year students which focused on current industry concepts as well as training for placement. Pre placement training focused on over all development of candidate in order to prepare for various placement drives. The pre placement training emphasized the following aspects:

  • Orientation & Soft-skills Training

Soft-Skills was held on 11th July to 13th July, 2018. Mr. RamaniVenkat was the resource person for this programme.  In his training he has highlighted about Leadership qualities, Motivation and Attitude Change, Business Etiquette & Personal Grooming, Change Management, Communication and Change, Assertive Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Conflict Resolution Skills, Group Dynamics and Team Building, Senior Management Presentation Skills, Time Management, Executive Coaching and Mentoring and Stress Management.

 

Soft skills are a combination of people skills, social skills, communication skills, character traits, attitudes, career attributes, social intelligence and emotional intelligence quotients among others that enable people to effectively navigate their environment, work well with others, perform well, and achieve their goals with complementing hard skills. The students were trained to write their resumes, and also how to face interview, FAQ in interview, mock GDs were conducted for all the Final Year students.

 

  • In-house Placement training

Topics covered: Basics of C, C++, Java, VLSI, Embedded Systems, Analog Electronics, Communication, Network Analysis and Digital Electronics.

 

Faculties of Computer Science Engineering Department conducted Pre-placement training on Basics of C, C++ and Java from 11th July 2018 to 17th July 2018.

 

Mr. Vivek Sharma and Mr. Hemanth Kumar handled concepts on C, which includes arrays, strings, functions, pointers, memory allocations etc. Hands-on sessions and MCQ’s were an important part of it. Assignments were given at the end of each session, which was collected and evaluated the next day.

 

Mrs. Merlyn Melita handled the various object oriented concepts of C++ like Encapsulation, Abstraction, Inheritance, Polymorphism, Virtual functions etc. Hands-on sessions and MCQ’s were an important part of it. Assignments were given at the end of each session, which was collected and evaluated the next day.

 

Ms. Shilpa covered the topics on Java like classes, inheritance, exceptions, packages, Applet-class, String handling, JSP, JDBC etc. Hands-on sessions and MCQ’s were an important part of it. Assignments were given at the end of each session, which was collected and evaluated the next day.

 

Mr. Sudhakar and Mr. Mahendra HN covered topics in Digital electronics. Mr. Parveez Shariff B.G and Mr. Santosh handled the concepts of Embedded Systems. Mrs. Sahana K and Mrs. Vijetha T.S covered topics relevant to Communication Systems. Mrs. Tanya Mendez and Mrs. Shreedevi S handled basics of VLSI. Mr. Pradeep Kumar covered topics related to Analog Electronics. Mr. Deepak Raj and Mr. Sachin handled Network Analysis. MCQ’s and short answer questions were an important part of it along with brainstorming sessions. Assignments were given at the end of each session, which was collected and evaluated the next day.

 

 

  • Quantitative Aptitude

Mr. Abhilash trained students on various short cut methods that can be used to solve quantitative aptitude questions quickly from 14th July 2018 to 19th July 2018. Students got better insight on solving aptitude problems easily. The trainer covered various aptitude related topics.

 

 

  • Personality Development and Public Speaking

Ms Kannan Thandi trained students on Personality development and public speaking from 18th July 2018 to 19th July 2018. She emphasized the need for being confident in public speaking which helps the students to face the interview. Trainer also spoke about various skills that students need to develop for their future.

 

  • Advanced C & Data Structures

Students were trained on advanced concepts of c & data structures by “Expert Training by Innovation Unlimited, Bangalore” from 23rd July2018 to 28th July 2018. Concepts on C such as arrays, strings, functions, pointers, memory allocations etc. were covered. Data Structure concepts like Structures, Unions, and Operations on Stacks & Queues along with Linked lists were also discussed.

 

 

  • Advanced Java, JQuery, Node JS, Angular JS

The training was taken up by “Charles Technovoice, Bangalore” from 29th July 2018 to 31st July 2018. Java is one of the most popular programming languages used to create Web applications and platforms. It was designed for flexibility, allowing developers to write code that would run on any machine, regardless of architecture or platform. Students were trained on various aspects of advanced java like as stated above.

 

 

  • FACE Training

Face aptitude training, which was held from 03rd Aug 2018 to 11th Aug 2018, helped the students to understand the aptitude topics such as number systems, percentage, perfect loss problems, preposition, problems on time and work, speed time and distance, probability, direction problems, questions related to blood relations, permutation and combination, simple equation. More than sufficient questions where solved in the class. They also gave useful tips to answer the group discussion and interview rounds.

 

  • Mock Interview

            A mock interview was conducted for students of the final year on the 28th of July, 2018 with the help of Mr. Narahari, Project Manager and team from Wipro, Bangalore. The Interview panel assessed the technical and communication competence of the students and gave them individual and group feedback on their performances. Students found it to be a good rehearsal for actual job interview. It was treated as a part of placement related training and continuous assessment of the students during the course.

 


CSE-ISE

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE & INFORMATION SCIENCE

 

For Final Year students

Pre-placement training was organized for final year students which focused on current industry concepts as well as training for placement. Pre placement training focused on over all development of candidate in order to prepare for various placement drives. The pre placement training emphasized the following aspects:

 

  • Orientation & Soft-skills Training

Soft-Skills were held on 11th July to 13th July, 2018. Mr. Ramani Venkat was the resource person for this programme.  In his training he has highlighted about Leadership qualities, Motivation and Attitude Change, Business Etiquette & Personal Grooming, Change Management, Communication and Change, Assertive Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Conflict Resolution Skills, Group Dynamics and Team Building, Senior Management Presentation Skills, Time Management, Executive Coaching and Mentoring and Stress Management.

 

Soft skills are a combination of people skillssocial skillscommunication skillscharacter traits, attitudes, career attributes, social intelligence and emotional intelligence quotients among others that enable people to effectively navigate their environment, work well with others, perform well, and achieve their goals with complementing hard skills. The students were trained to write their resumes, and also how to face interview, FAQ in interview, mock GDs were conductedfor all the Final Year students.

 

  • In-house Placement training

Topics covered: Basics of C, Data Structures, C++ and Java.

Faculties of CSE dept. conducted Pre-placement training on the above stated topics from 11th July 2018 to 17th July 2018.

 

Mrs. Harshitha G M and Mrs. MangalaKini handled concepts on C, which includes arrays, strings, functions, pointers, memory allocations etc. Hands-on sessions and MCQ’s were an important part of it. Assignments were given at the end of each session, which was collected and evaluated the next day.

 

Mr. Tahir N and Mr. Venkatesh trained students on various Data Structure concepts like Structures, Unions, and Operations on Stacks & Queuesalong with Linked lists. Hands-on sessions and MCQ’s were an important part of it. Assignments were given at the end of each session, which was collected and evaluated the next day. Ms. AnkithaShetty and Ms. ShruthiShetty handled the various object oriented concepts like Encapsulation, Abstraction, inheritance, Polymorphism, virtual functions etc. Hands-on sessions and MCQ’s were an important part of it. Assignments were given at the end of each session, which was collected and evaluated the next day.

 

Mrs. Deeksha, Ms. Megha, Mr. Parikshith, Mr. Sayeesh and Ms. Reena covered the topics on Java like classes, inheritance, exceptions, packages, Applet-class, String handling, JSP, JDBC etc. Hands-on sessions and MCQ’s were an important part of it. Assignments were given at the end of each session, which was collected and evaluated the next day.

 

 

  • Quantitative Aptitude

Mr Abhilash trained students on various short cut methods that can be used to solve quantitative aptitude questions quickly from 14th July 2018 to 19th July 2018. Students got better insight on solving aptitude problems easily. The trainer covered various aptitude related topics.

 

 

  • Personality development and Public Speaking

Ms KannanThandi trained students on Personality development and public speaking from 20th July 2018 to 21st July 2018. She emphasized the need for being confident in public speaking which helps the students to face the interview. Trainer also spoke about various skills that students need to develop for their future.

 

  • Advanced C & Data Structures

 

Students were trained on advanced concepts of c & data structures by “Expert Training by Innovation Unlimited, Bangalore” from 23rd July2018 to 28th July 2018. Concepts on C such as arrays, strings, functions, pointers, memory allocations etc. were covered. Data Structure concepts like Structures, Unions, and Operations on Stacks & Queues along with Linked lists were also discussed.

 

 

  • Advanced Java, JQuery, Node JS, Angular JS

The training was taken up by “Charles Technovoice, Bangalore” from 29th July 2018 to 31st July 2018. Java is one of the most popular programming languages used to create Web applications and platforms. It was designed for flexibility, allowing developers to write code that would run on any machine, regardless of architecture or platform. Students were trained on various aspects of advanced java like as stated above.

 

  • Dot Net and Web Technology:

Students were trained on Dot Net and Web technology by Mr. Venkatesh and Dr. Badusha respectively. They were given extensive hands on training by the trainers and assignments were also given. Students were introduced to the new programming concepts of web programming and Dot net.

 

 

  • FACE training.

Face aptitude training, which was held from 03rd Aug 2018 to 11th Aug 2018,helped the students to understand the aptitude topics such as number systems, percentage, perfect loss problems, preposition, problems on time and work, speed time and distance, probability, direction problems, questions related to blood relations, permutation and combination, simple equation. More than sufficient questions where solved in the class. They also gave useful tips to answer the group discussion and interview rounds.

 


Civil

 

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

PRE-PLACEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM REPORT- 2018-19

DATE

11/07/2018

TIMINGS

9:00am-11:00am

EVENT/COURSE

Orientation by  Mr. Vivek Alva, Managing Trustee, AEF

Brief orientation for the entire pre-placement training program, including the requirement and purpose of the training was provided by Mr. Vivek Alva followed by HOD, Prof. H Ajith Hebbar.

 

DATE

11/07/2018

TIMINGS

11:15am-5:00pm

EVENT/COURSE

Leadership, Teamwork, Stress Management And Public Speaking

FACULTY/TRAINER

Mr. Dawn Prakash

The session was about building leadership quality and team work, how to manage the stress in daily life and building confidence during public speaking. Various key points were provided in order to build the above qualities in each individual. The session was very interactive including various live activities and examples which made it easier for the better understanding.

The key points to be noted while preparing a resume was briefly explained too.

 

DATE

12/07/2018

TIMINGS

9:00am-5:00pm

EVENT/COURSE

Quantitative Aptitude

FACULTY/TRAINER

Mr. Abhilash

In the session we were taught with various simplified methods to solve the quantitative aptitude problems in lesser time. Various shortcuts were taught, along with various practice ideas. Techniques for simplifying squares and cubes of various complex numbers, simplifying various complex equations and ratio and proportion problems.

 

DATE

13/07/2018

TIMINGS

9:00am-5:00pm

EVENT/COURSE

QGIS Software Training

FACULTY/TRAINER

Dr. Jagadeesha Pai, MIT, Manipal

The session included brief introduction regarding the concepts of remote sensing and GIS. It included all the introduction towards the components of remote sensing and GIS. The concepts included viewing, editing, identifying, analysis of geospatial DATE. Then the QGIS software was introduced. The basics of the software was demonstrated followed by a practice session where we were able to add several DATE related to particular region. The maps for particular region highlighting the particular features were plotted. By the end of session everyone had a basic knowledge how to use the software.

 

DATE

14/07/2018

TIMINGS

9:00am-5:00pm

EVENT/COURSE

Resume Writing, Self-Introduction and Psychological tips

FACULTY/TRAINER

Mr. Ramani Venkat

He provided explained us how to build a resume, what and all are the points to be included in the resume, and provided with a format for resume making. Then he guided us in building the self-introduction by letting us discover our strengths and weakness. Various tips were provided regarding the body language and dress code to be maintained during the interview.

The afternoon session included introduction to group discussions, and provided key points and various topics of GDs. Finally, the session ended with successfully with various sets of GDs.

 

DATE

15/07/2018

TIMINGS

9:00am-5:00pm

EVENT/COURSE

STAAD-Pro

FACULTY/TRAINER

Mr. HCM Swamy , Mr. Arun Kumar G S

The session involved demonstration on load calculation for various structures. And then provided with basic concepts regarding the STAAD-Pro software. The concept of merging Auto-CAED along with STAAD-Pro software. Then in the afternoon session there was a practical session regarding plotting curved structures. The entire day was a practice session including both the softwares.

 

DATE

16/07/2018

TIMINGS

9:00am-5:00pm

EVENT/COURSE

Google Sketch-up pro

FACULTY/TRAINER

SAI CAD, Bangalore

In Google sketch-up we learnt to do 2D and 3D modelling including dimensions, patterns, 2D and 3D text, materials, colour, electrical and interior details etc. The session initially included demonstration by trainers of using various tools and options were introduced. Afternoon session included practice sessions in which we prepared our own imaginary plans using the software. They encouraged us to explore the software, and create our own imaginations. 

 

 

DATE

17/07/2018

TIMINGS

9:00am-5:00pm

EVENT/COURSE

Miniature 3D Modelling

FACULTY/TRAINER

SAI CAD, Bangalore

We were introduced to various materials used for preparing miniature models. They demonstrated various techniques for construction for models. Then we were provided with plans for various structures like bridges, residential buildings, towers, metro stations, farms, pool etc. We created our models with great involvement, exploring the teamwork skills while working in groups. It was certified course. Toward end the session ended with appraisal from vivek sir, HOD and the trainers from Sai CAED, along with distribution of certificates.

 

 

DATE

18/07/2018

TIMINGS

9:00am-1:30pm

EVENT/COURSE

How to shape final year Civil Engineering Projects

FACULTY/TRAINER

Prof. H Ajith Hebbar

He provided us with useful knowledge regarding the selection of topics for the final year project. He gave brief description about various fields of civil engineering, focusing on the scopes. He explained the preparation of literature review, synopsis and report. And also knowledge was provided regarding the screening, project objectives, guide-student relations, project work documentations and components to be included in the report.

 

DATE

18/07/2018

TIMINGS

11:30am-1:30pm

EVENT/COURSE

Environmental Engineering- An Overview

FACULTY/TRAINER

Prof. Sanjay S

Brief introduction was given on various streams of environmental engineering and its scopes. Detailed explanation was provided regarding each of the streams such as Environmental Health and safety, restoration of water bodies, environmental audits, solid waste management, bio medical waste, water supply treatment etc. The session helped in realizing the various job opportunities and its importance in the field.

 

 

DATE

19/07/2018

TIMINGS

9:00am-1:30pm

EVENT/COURSE

Quantitative aptitude

FACULTY/TRAINER

Mr. Abhilash

Revision regarding the previous session was conducted. Later the problems were solved on topics like ages, percentages, time and distance, time and work etc.

Various problems were solved on the above topics.

 

 

DATE

19/07/2018

TIMINGS

2:30pm-5:30pm

EVENT/COURSE

Fluid Mechanics

FACULTY/TRAINER

Prof. H Ajith Hebbar

The basics of fluid mechanics subject were recollected. It included basic classification of fluid mechanics, fluid properties, pressure devices, principles used in fluid mechanics and applications of concepts of fluid mechanics in practical field.

 

DATE

20/07/2018

TIMINGS

9:00am-5:00pm

EVENT/COURSE

Center Line Marking for Buildings

FACULTY/TRAINER

Prof. Arun Shetty, NITTE

Initially he explained the various unit systems adopted in the field and also the conversions. Then using the Auto-CAD software, he explained the marking of the center line and excavation details in the plan. Then he demonstrated the center line marking of building practically. Later in the afternoon session it was a practice session for us.

 

DATE

21/07/2018

TIMINGS

9:00am-5:00pm

EVENT/COURSE

Building Codes and Practices

FACULTY/TRAINER

Dr. Poornachandra Pandit, MIT Manipal

He explained in detail the building code concepts and services. It include development control rules, general building requirements, fire and safety, loads, forces, effects on buildings, earthquake resistance, lighting, ventilations, water supply, drainage and sanitation.

 

 

DATE

23/07/2018

TIMINGS

9:00am-5:00pm

EVENT/COURSE

Concrete Technology, internship and Industrial Training

FACULTY/TRAINER

Prof. HCM Swamy

The session included a brief introduction about concrete technology and its development in the present field. Information regarding the basics of making concrete like difference between good and bad concrete, its required properties, types of concrete, mix designs etc. was covered. In the later session we were introduced to various major industries like paper mill etc. The aspects to be considered while designing these heavy load carrying structures was explained in detail along with pictorial examples. The various internship opportunities in these fields was introduced and advised.

 

DATE

24/07/2018

TIMINGS

9:00am-11:30am

EVENT/COURSE

Hydraulic Structures

FACULTY/TRAINER

Prof. Arun Kumar G S

The session was regarding the various hydraulic structures such as storage structures, conveyance structures, flow control structures, etc. Few of the hydraulic structures was explained in detail along with its design, construction, operation etc.

 

DATE

24/07/2018

TIMINGS

11:30am-1:30pm

EVENT/COURSE

Highway Engineering

FACULTY/TRAINER

Prof. Shankargiri K S

The session included briefing through the concepts of highway engineering. It included components of pavement, construction steps to be followed, materials used, selection of materials based on region or use, general requirements and quality control checks.

 

 

DATE

25/07/2018-27/07/2018

TIMINGS

9:00am-5:00pm

EVENT/COURSE

REVIT MEP Software, HVAC

FACULTY/TRAINER

CADD Center, Moodbidri

He provided us with useful knowledge regarding the selection of topics for the final year project. He gave brief description about various fields of civil engineering, focusing on the scopes. He explained the preparation of literature review, synopsis and report. And also knowledge was provided regarding the screening, project objectives, guide-student relations, project work documentations and components to be included in the report.

 

DATE

28/07/2018

TIMINGS

9:00am-1:30pm

EVENT/COURSE

Auto-CAD and Manual Drawing

FACULTY/TRAINER

Mr. Surendra P, Mr. Santhosh K, Ms. Rashmi, Ms. Swathi

Introduction towards the manual drawings. The various scales and scale conversions were taught. Then a practice plan was provided to be drawn to scale in a drawing sheet. Proper guidance regarding the door, window dimensions were provided.

 

DATE

28/07/2018

TIMINGS

2:30pm-4:30pm

EVENT/COURSE

Highway Engineering

FACULTY/TRAINER

Mr. Shankargiri K S

The session was a continuation towards the previous session. It included the remaining concepts such as requirements of highway pavement, failures of flexible and rigid pavement, defects in pavements etc. The causes for various failures and defects were briefed along with the repair techniques to be adopted. Even the prevention techniques were covered.

 

 

DATE

30/07/2018-31/07/2018

TIMINGS

9:00am-4:30pm

EVENT/COURSE

Mock Interview

FACULTY/TRAINER

Mr. Govind Ramesh, CEO, Agrima Roof and Façade system

The session helps in understanding the various treats that may be faced during interview which helped in betterment. The session was in total providing knowledge for communication, resume making, creativity, references, aptitude, knowledge stack, etc. and explained the successful interview stories that were meant for inspiration. The next day was allotted for panel interview. Each of us was split into various groups, and we were let in for interview in groups. Based on our performances we were judged and our flaws and strengths were examined.

 

DATE

03/08/2018-09/08/2018

TIMINGS

9:15am-4:30pm

EVENT/COURSE

Aptitude training

FACULTY/TRAINER

FACE

FACE Academy provides skill development and placement trainings that help us to shape our careers. This training helped in bringing student skills closer to industry needs. The training included the verbal and logical aptitude. They covered various topics included in verbal and logical aptitude with proper examples and practice. The proper reference handbooks were provided in which various example problems for students understanding. Various company oriented problems and their solutions were taught. Speed math concept was introduced which helped in conserving the exam time.

 

 

 

 

DATE

13/08/2018-14/08/2018

TIMINGS

9:00am-6:30pm

EVENT/COURSE

Infiniqe

FACULTY/TRAINER

Mr. Ameet Katyal and Ms. Padhmashree

The session provided explanation regarding building a resume, what and all are the points to be included in the resume, and provided with a format for resume making. Then they guided us in building the self-introduction by letting us discover our strengths and weakness. Various tips were provided regarding the body language and dress code to be maintained during the interview. Various interactive and fun activities were conducted.

The next day session included introduction to group discussions, and provided key points and various topics of GD’s. They conducted the group discussions by forming groups. Several rounds were conducted and the best ones were awarded. The students were properly guided and judged and their flaws were corrected accordingly.

2017-18

CSE, ISE & ECE

CSE, ISE & ECE Final Year students

Pre-placement training was organized for final year students which focused on current industry concepts as well as training for placement. Pre placement training focused on over all development of candidate in order to prepare for various placement drives. The pre placement training emphasized the following aspects:

  • Orientation & Soft-skills Training

Pre-placement Orientation was held on 1st & 2nd August, 2017. Mr. Ramani Venkat was the resource person for this orientation.  In his training he has highlighted about Leadership qualities, Motivation and Attitude Change, Business Etiquette & Personal Grooming, Change Management, Communication and Change, Assertive Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Conflict Resolution Skills, Group Dynamics and Team Building, Senior Management Presentation Skills, Time Management, Executive Coaching and Mentoring and Stress Management.

Soft skills are a combination of people skillssocial skillscommunication skillscharacter traits, attitudes, career attributes, social intelligence and emotional intelligence quotients among others that enable people to effectively navigate their environment, work well with others, perform well, and achieve their goals with complementing hard skills. The students were trained to write their resumes, and also how to face interview, FAQ in interview, mock GDs were conducted for all the Final Year students.

 

  • Aptitude Training

Genesis Carrier Avenue, Bangalore helped the students to understand the aptitude topics such as number systems, percentage, perfect loss problems, preposition, problems on time and work, speed time and distance, probability, direction problems, questions related to blood relations, permutation and combination, simple equation. More than sufficient questions where solved in

the class. They also gave useful tips to answer the group discussion and interview rounds. This training was conducted from 3rd to 12th August 2017.

 

  • C & Data Structures Training

C language is a basic for understanding all other programming languages. The professional trainers of Cranes Software Pvt. Ltd. provided the training to CSE students in C and Data structures for TEN days. The continuous hands-on training was held from 13th to 23rd August, 2017. During this training, the students were trained with applications of Arrays, Functions, Loops, Structures, Unions, Stacks, Linked Lists, Queues, Trees and Graphs. The entire training was held in lab with hands-on sessions, helped students in coding developments and error detections.

 

 

  • Java training

Three days of Extensive java training was conducted for final year students by Rookies World, Bangalore. Hands-on session where provided for the students for better understanding of concepts. This session was held on 9th to 11th September, 2017. During this training, the professional trainers of the Rookies World were discussed the applications of following concepts like Encapsulation, Inheritance , Polymorphism, Java Swing, Applet etc.

 

 

For Pre-Final Year Students

  • C and C ++ Training

C Programming is best known programming language. C Programming is near to machine as well as human so it is called as Middle level Programming Language. C Programming can be used to do verity of tasks.  This training was also conducted for pre-final year students. The training was conducted for three days, including 2 days for C language and one day of C++. This session was conducted on 26th, 27th and 28th August 2017 by Genesis Carrier Avenue,Bangalore.

 

  • Soft skill Training

Students were trained with soft skill for one day. They were given with real world examples of facing the interviews, also trained to face different rounds of interviews like group discussion etc. This session was handled by Mr. Afthab , Genesis Carrier Avenue, Bangalore.

 

 

  • Software testing and automation

The Four days Software Testing & Automation was conducted from 27th October to 31st October 2017 for V Semester Students. The Four days hands-on session was handled by Mrs. Seema Nair, Callibri Code Pvt. Ltd. , Bangalore.

Software testing is a process of executing a program or application with the intent of finding the software bugs. Software testing is an investigation conducted to provide stakeholders with information about the quality of the product or service under test. Software testing can also provide an objective, independent view of the software to allow the business to appreciate and understand the risks of software implementation. Test techniques include the process of executing a program or application with the intent of finding software errors or other defects. It can also be stated as the process of validating and verifying that a software program or application or product. Students were guided with the uses of software testing and its implementation and its current use in the trending companies. The hands-on about software testing was also given to students in the collage labs by the resource person.

2016-17

CSE/ISE

  1. Department of Computer Science & Information Science

 

Pre-placement training was organized for final year students which focused on current industry concepts as well as training for placement. These sessions lasted for 15 days and the session was as follows:

  • PHP/MySQL

PHP is a widely-used open source general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for web development and can be embedded into HTML. PHP code may be embedded into HTML code, or it can be used in combination with various web template systemsweb content management systems and web frameworks. PHP originally stood for Personal Home Page, but it now stands for the recursive acronym PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor. MySQL is an open-source relational database management system (RDBMS). PHP will work with virtually all database software, including Oracle and Sybase but most commonly used is freely available MySQL database. Information about PHP and MySQL, the way it is implemented in the current trend, also its importance in current mark, along with the hands-on session about the topics was provided to students. This session was carried out by Prof. Shreeshaila from KLES Hubli on 2nd and Aug 3rd 2016. Session was carried for two days for two different batches in college labs.

 

  • Big Data Hadoop

Big data is a term for data sets that are so large or complex that traditional data processing applications are inadequate to deal with them. Challenges include analysis, capture, search, sharingstorage, transfervisualizationquerying, updating and information privacy. The term “big data” often refers simply to the use of predictive analyticsuser behavior analytics, or certain other advanced data analytics methods that extract value from data, and seldom to a particular size of data set. Hadoop is the core platform for structuring Big Data, and solves the problem of formatting it for subsequent analytics purposes. The Big Data helps to solve the unsolved data problems in the physical world. Big Data analysis will be about building systems around the data that is generated. Every department of an organization including marketing, finance and HR are now getting direct access to their own data. This is creating a huge job opportunity and there is an urgent requirement for the professionals to master Big Data Hadoop skills. In this session enough information on the usage of hadoop and application of it was provided to students. The hands on of this session were also provided to the students. The session was carried out by Mr. Rahul Kanujia & Team, Mumbai on 2nd and 3rd of August 2016 in the internet lab and network lab of collage.

 

  • Software testing and automation

Software testing is a process of executing a program or application with the intent of finding the software bugs. Software testing is an investigation conducted to provide stakeholders with information about the quality of the product or service under test. Software testing can also provide an objective, independent view of the software to allow the business to appreciate and understand the risks of software implementation. Test techniques include the process of executing a program or application with the intent of finding software errors or other defects. It can also be stated as the process of validating and verifying that a software program or application or product. Students were guided with the uses of software testing and its implementation and its current use in the trending companies. The hands-on about software testing was also given to students in the collage labs by the resource person. The session was handled by Ms. Ashwini, ASTUTE, Mangalore. The session was conducted for two days alternatively for both batches on August 4th and August 5th 2016.

 

  • Java J2EE and Java Framework

Java the name of the object-oriented programming language.  It is normally used for developing desktop applications, forms the core/base API. J2EE is a platform-independent, Java-centric environment from Sun for developing, building and deploying Web-based enterprise applications online. “J2EE” (or just “JEE” now) is Java Enterprise Edition, which consists of core Java with a powerful set of libraries. These libraries are mostly useful if the applications you’re developing have to be multi-tiered, fault-tolerant and/or distributed, running on application servers. In this session students were guided how to work J2EE with Java, hands-on was also provided to students regarding industrial application, advantages in current industry of Java and J2EE. It went on for two days alternatively for two batches, on August 4th and 5th 2016 by Mr. Vipin, Infosys Mangalore.

 

  • C# and Dot Net Progrmming

C# is a multi-paradigm programming language encompassing strong typingimperative,declarativefunctionalgenericobject-oriented (class-based), and component-oriented programming disciplines. C# is one of the programming languages designed for the Common Language Infrastructure it’s also a general-purpose, object-oriented programming language. .NET Framework is a software framework.  It includes a large class library known as Framework Class Library (FCL) and provides language interoperability across several programming languages. Programs written for .NET Framework execute in a software environment known as Common Language Runtime  Students were provided with information on C# programming language in .Net framework. Also hands-on was provided to students for better understanding of programs and also its use in current industry.  This session was guided by Mr. Venkatesh & Mr. Ganesh K. It was conducted on 8th and 9th of August 2016 for two days for two different batches of CSE and ISE respectively.

 

 

  • C- Puzzels

C is a general-purposeimperative computer programming language, supporting structured programming,  used to re-implement the Unix operating system. It has since become one of the most widely used programming languages of all time, with C compilers from various vendors available for the majority of existing computer architectures and operating systems. In this session problems related to C programming language was discussed and students where provided with information on C and its related aptitude question mainly asked in interview, also discussed about the different ways shortcuts in writing the program. This session was handled by Mr. Mahesh Padyana, Cloud E Services, Mysore.

 

 

 

  • Python Programming

Python is a widely used high-levelgeneral-purposeinterpreteddynamic programming language. Its design philosophy emphasizes code readability, and its syntax allows programmers to express concepts in fewer lines of code than possible in languages such as C++ or Java. The language provides constructs intended to enable writing clear programs on both a small and large scale. Python supports multiple programming paradigms, including object-orientedimperative and functional programming or procedural styles. It features a dynamic type system and automatic memory management and has a large and comprehensive standard library. Python interpreters are available for many operating systems, allowing Python code to run on a wide variety of systems. This session was handled by Mr. Srinidhi, MSRIT, Bangalore. In the session resource person spoke about the language and also helped students to work with Python language by giving hands-on sessions and understand more on the programming language.  This was carried out for two days 11th and 12th of August, 2016.

 

  • C programming

The C program is mainly used re-implement the Unix operating system. It has since become one of the most widely used programming languages of all time, with C compilers from various vendors available for the majority of existing computer architectures and operating systems. C has been standardized by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) since and subsequently by the International Organization for Standardization. In this session the resource person discussed about C programming and also about frequently asked questions in the interview. The resource person is Mr. Vikas, NIIT, Mangalore. This was scheduled on 13th of August and 17th August, 2016.

 

  • Soft skills and resume writing.

Soft skills are a combination of interpersonal people skillssocial skillscommunication skillscharacter traits, attitudes, career attributes and emotional intelligence quotient (EQ) among others. The session was handled by Mr. Ramani. Students were trained to write their resumes, also how to face interview, FAQ in interview, mock GDs were conducted for all students. All students were guided to face an interview by stressing on each point to be taken care while facing an interview.

 

 

Genesis Team helped students to understand the topics about number system, percentage, perfect loss problems, preposition, subject verb aptitude problems on time and work, speed time and distance, probability, direction problems, questions related to blood relations, permutation and combination, simple equation. Sufficient questions where solved in the class on each topics, to improve the speed of student in solving the problems. Along with these sessions, each day students were made to solve aptitude questions which were frequently asked during interviews.

ECE

  1. Department of Electronics & Communication

 

The department of Electronics and Communication Engineering conducted a pre placement training for final year students from 01/08/2016 to 14/08/2016. The goal of the Pre-Placement training and its benefits to the students were addressed by Mr. Vivek Alva, Managing Trustee, A.I.E.T. The main goal of the program is to make the students comfortable with the placement activities.

 

The Pre-Placement training of ECE students was formally inaugurated by Prof. Shikaripur Krishnamoorthi. The initial pre placement talk was delivered by Prof. Shikaripur Krishnamoorthi followed by orientation program. 

 

On second and third day in house training on programming in C and C++ was conducted by department of CSE, AIET.  The necessity of the basic knowledge related to C, C++ was addressed by the HOD.

Automation training on PLC was conducted by Mr. Himamshu, Indwell Automation, Pune on 4th, 5th and 6th of August 2016. The depth knowledge of the industrial PLC and automation were practically discussed by the resource person.

 

 

Dr. Prashantha and Dr. Laxmi Nidhi of NITK Suratkal, gave the complete information about the selection, identifying the problem and implementation of the project.  The report writing in LATEX also highlighted in their talk ‘Project guidance’.

 

 

The refresher course on electronics basics was conducted by Dr. Shashidhar Koolgudi and team, NITK Suratkal on 9th and 10th of Aug 2016. They started with giving the basics of c, computer networks and ended their session by giving advanced concepts of speech processing with practical concept.  The other domain areas of ECE like VLSI, HDL and microcontroller with hands on was carried out by Dr. U.C Niranjan and his team from manipal.net  on 11th and 12th of Aug 2016 and around 15 members from KARMIC Manipal  joined the program on 12th Aug 2016 and shared their industrial knowledge with our students.

 

 

Finally, training on personality development was given by Mr. Ramani on 13th and 14th Aug 2016 and he trained our ECE students about group discussion and mock interview by making different teams. Each team monitored by group of ECE staff member and the pre-placement training was concluded on 14/08/2016.

 

 

Mechanical

Department of Mechanical Engineering

 

Department of mechanical Engineering arranged the following Preplacement training for the final year student to enhancement their technical knowledge and personal skill development. “Pre Placement Training” held on 01/08/2016 to 13/08/2016

 

Instigation and Motivation by Mr. Senthil

He had trained on the topics, goal setting, Thinking big, time management, channelizing emotions, Overcoming fear and advised to use of SMART goal method.

 

Project Selection by Mr.Kiran Hebbar

He had discussed and provided ideas for selection of project and funding agency present in India. In his discussion had point like

  • Always look around you for getting great ideas. Many great people have discovered things accidently caused by their
  • There are many great professors in every college. Talk with them, learn more and explore new
  • Reading is the best thing that can give you more ideas about anything. As you read more you learn more. Knowledge can bring you lots of great
  • What we see in movies may be impossible at all but still you can get a lot of similar ideas for making some other great things. Movies are a large resource for a world of
  • There are large number of online journals and blogs that provides great ideas and unlimited resources for guiding you. Whatever you need to know can be done with a simple search

 

Creo Modeling by CADD centre

In this course, student had learnt core modelling skills like sketching, part modelling, assemblies, drawing, assembling with constraints, measuring and inspecting models and basic model management techniques. The course also includes a comprehensive design project that enables to practice your new skills by creating realistic parts, assemblies and drawing.

 

Vibration Testing by DATA Physics

Data Physics develops innovative hardware and software solutions to meet the challenges of engineers in industries ranging from aerospace to semi-conductors. Engineers require precision equipment to modulate and fine-tune new designs and structures. Data Physics sets the industry standard by delivering high performance electronics and highly engineered electromechanical devices for engineers to utilise.

 

In this course, student had learnt about vibration testing machine and software used for vibration testing and test shaker. Vibration testing is done to introduce a forcing function into a structure, usually with the use of a vibration test shaker or vibration testing machine. These induced vibration, vibration test or shaker tests are used in the laboratory or production floor for a variety of things, including qualifying products during design, meeting standards, regulatory qualification, fatigue testing, screening products and evaluating performance.

 

“Engine assembly and dis assembly” by Maruti Motor trainer

In this course of time , student learned the procedure of dismantling of the two & four stroke, single & multi cylinder, SI and CI engine into its major components parts, or subassemblies, and cleaning of these items, reconditioning of the engine, inspection and find out the defects.

The procedure outlined in the section covers dismantling

  • Dismantling engine Into sub-Assemblies
    • Installation on assembly stand
    • Removal of ignition wires
    • Spark plugs
    • Removing cylinder head and inter-cylinder air deflectors
    • Draining oil sumps
    • Removal of accessories
    • Removal of gear case and attaching parts
    • Removal of breather elbow and tachometer drive housing
    • Removing idler gear
    • Removing oil sump
    • Removal of cylinder and pistons
    • Removal of carburettor air heat control valve and carburettor
    • Removal of trust nut, thrust cover, oil slinger, crankcase front section and bearing spacer
    • Removal of crank shaft and master rod assembly from crank case rear section

..so on..,

  • Dis-assembly of subassemblies
    • Ignition cables, terminals, and magneto distributor blocks
    • Coupling, magneto drive, gear case, piston pin, rocker arm….so .,
    • Carburettor heat control valve, thrust cover, crankcase rear section, cam flower guide, so .,
  • Cleaning of all engine parts
  • Inspection of studs, bushings, steel parts , gear & shafts so .,
  • Reconditioning if necessary
  • Assembly precautions of all sub assembled parts

 

Catia V5 by EduCADD center

EduCADD is an ISO 9001:2008 certified CAD/CAM.CAE, Multimedia & project management company headquarters in Bangalore. In existence for over 15years they offer end to end solutions to meet the growing demand in CAD/CAM/CAE industry and to meet our expansion plans they committed to franchising model in 2004. Since then we carefully and strategically spread our wings to over 40 locations in India and abroad. They are focused on offering quality training and offer excellent training delivery.

The software enabled design tasks in Mechanical engineering comprise 2D drafting, 3D modelling, analysis & detailing, and Manufacturing. EduCaDD offered our student a wide range course that over 2D, 3D modelling, detailing and Computer aided manufacturing tools.

 

Language Training, Group Discussion & Soft Skills by Mr.Ramani

During this course student will have opportunity to:

  • Gain a better understanding of language, expand and build on your own knowledge and use a range of practical methodologies
  • be introduced to both new and established areas of methodologies and accompanying techniques and gain practical experience wherever possible
  • be given the opportunity to reflect on your own methods and contexts as you further develop your skills
  • be introduced to technology you could use in your own work
  • exchange pedagogical information and knowledge in a multicultural context
  • be introduced to websites related to the further development of your own skills & personal professional development
  • further develop your own English language skills
  • this course stimulates to think in a different, new
  • Group Discussion helps the analyse the social or economic issue more logically, it acts as an aid in expansion of the knowledge of participants, understanding his/her own strengths and

 

  1. With the above training course, our students are involved in the other course of activities like
  • CNC programming courses including Industrial automation & Robotics Fundamentals, CNC Manufacturing, NC Fundamentals, CNC tool setting , CNC programming( Macro, seal mastering, turning, Machining, Fanuc Method), CAD-CAM system programming, CNC service technicians, CNC application engineering and Hand on training with software Cut viewer Mill/turn.
  • Industrial Training by Prof.Ravindran K.N, Ret.Brigadier, he had shared with the knowledge so you can make better decisions such as maximizing operating efficiency to the ability to recognize safety issues and hazards. Knowledge is a powerful educational
  • Aptitude training, this training programmes helps your students assess themselves in different areas where the aptitude skills are tested. With frequent insights into these subjects, students become well versed in these areas and perform better in aptitude

 

 

Civil

Pre-placement training was organized for final year students which focused on current industry concepts as well as training for placement. Pre placement training focused on over all development of candidate in order to prepare for various placement drives. The pre placement training emphasized the following aspects.

 

 

Drafting Software– 3Ds Max

The hands-on training session of 3Ds Max software was held for final year students of Civil engineering branch from 01/08/2016 to 03/08/2016. Experts from CADD Center, Moodbidri trained our students with interest & the models were also created by our students in a short duration of time. The Autodesk 3D Max software gives an in detailed 3D modeling, rendering, and animation and compositing solutions for various enterprises. Autodesk’s 3DS Max is commonly utilized by civil engineers and architects for a 3D perception of their designs.

 

 

ArcGIS software training

ArcGIS software training session was conducted by Dr. Gangadhar Bhat a well-known Geologist from Mangaluru University from 04/08/2016 to 06/08/2016. He has explained various different concepts to use the software & its importance in the field to create maps. Arc GIS is used for creating and using maps, compiling geographic data, analyzing mapped information, sharing and discovering geographic information, using maps and geographic information in a range of applications, and managing geographic information in a database. This training helped our students to create maps to utilize it for their project works.

 

 

Reinforcement Checking

Reinforcement Checking & bar bending schedule/detailing session was conducted by Prof Arun Shetty from NRAM Polytechnic Nitte on 07/08/2016. Detailing is very important not only for the proper execution of the structures but for the safety of the structures. Detailing is necessary not only for the steel structures but also for the RCC members as it is the translation of all the mathematical expression’s and equation’s results.

 

Bar Bending Schedule, commonly referred to as “BBS” is a comprehensive list that describes the location, mark, type, size, length and number, and bending details of each bar or fabric in a Reinforcement Drawing of a Structure. The training was given based on the parameters/construction practices which are carried out in the field, to prepare the shape of bars, marking, bending, curtailment etc.

 

 

Practical applications of Environmental Engineering

Practical applications of Environmental Engineering session was done by Dr. S Shrihari from NITK Surathkal on 08/08/2016. He has given a detailed keynote on solutions for waste water management, water and air pollution control, recycling, waste disposal, and public health. Protect human health, protect nature’s beneficial ecosystems, and improve environmental-related enhancement of the quality of human life.

 

 

Surveying Practice using Total Station

The session was conducted by Mr. Jayashankar from Leica Instruments, Chennai on 09/08/2016. He has addressed the students and given hands-on session to operate the total station & to know its basic functions & field measurement determination.

This instrument is provided with an inbuilt microprocessor. The microprocessor averages multiple observations. With the help of slope distance and vertical and horizontal angles measured, when height of axis of instrument and targets are supplied, the microprocessor computes the horizontal distance and X, Y, Z coordinates.

 

 

Building Code & Practices

Building Code & Practices session was held on 10/08/2016 by Dr. Poornachandra Pandit from Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal. The main purpose of building codes are to protect public health, safety and general welfare as they relate to the construction and occupancy of buildings and structures. The building code becomes law of a particular jurisdiction when formally enacted by the appropriate governmental or private authority. It is very important for the civil engineering students to know its importance while dealing with the public.

 

 

Modern construction equipment in civil engineering

Modern construction equipment in civil engineering session is carried on 11/08/2016 by Mr. Ujjwal D’souza from Marian Constructions, Mangalore. Modern construction equipment in civil engineering is one of the most important field in civil engineering. Each & every day the number of construction is increasing & new construction technology is coming up so it is very important for the civil engineers to upgrade their knowledge in this field to become superior & to achieve excellence in this field.

There are several equipment that is been used in the Construction Industry. These are used for both large and small scale purposes. Various types of Equipment are been used for Building & structural Construction, Road construction, underwater and other marine construction work Power projects etc. There are various operations that are involved in construction projects, whether it’s a large scale or a small scale; Excavation and digging of large quantities of earth, Placement of construction materials (eg:-Bricks, concrete) Compacting and leveling, Dozing, Grading, Hauling etc…

Campus Placements

2019-20
2018-19
2017-18
Others
2019-20

TCS Campus

TCS Campus
Sl No Name Branch Company
1 DIVYASHREE NAIK CSE TCS
2 Huda Sultana CSE TCS
3 PARIKSHITH ADIGA B CSE TCS
4 Sumana Rehman CSE TCS
5 Deepa CSE TCS
6 SHETTY SHEERI DINAKAR CSE TCS
7 Supriksha Shetty CSE TCS
8 Vishal Nayak CSE TCS
9 RAKESH M R ISE TCS
10 Anju Thomas ECE TCS
11 Viveka ECE TCS

EY

EY
Sl No Name Branch Company Name
1 Chaitanya Tejas CSE EY
2 Deepika K V CSE EY
3 JAYANTH S V CSE EY
4 JYOTHI LAKSHMI CSE EY
5 P VIGHNESH PEJATHAYA CSE EY
6 SHAMANTH M R CSE EY
7 Shetty Sonali Sanjeeva CSE EY
8 Soumya Mallasarja Rudrapur CSE EY
9 Varshitha V. Makam CSE EY
10 Vinutha CSE EY
11 Vishal Nayak CSE EY
12 ACHARYA SAINATH BALAKRISHNA ISE EY
13 GIRIJA R ISE EY
14 MOULYA M ISE EY
15 SAMRUDDI SHETTY ISE EY
16 Anupama J S ECE EY
17 B S Nagarakshitha ECE EY
18 Bhuvanesh M ECE EY
19 Chaitanya ECE EY
20 Chandana.R EC E EY
21 Chesmi B R ECE EY
22 REVANTH V ECE EY
23 SAHANA M G ECE EY
24 SHILPA N ECE EY
25 Viveka ECE EY
26 YASHASWINI C ECE EY

Infosys

Infosys
Sl No Name Branch Company Name
1 Abdulla zahied CSE Infosys
2 AMEEN AHMED CSE Infosys
3 Karthik M R CSE Infosys
4 Katira Krishna Jitendra CSE Infosys
5 Manvitha Rao CSE Infosys
6 Mithun Kumar D CSE Infosys
7 PRATHIKSHA CSE Infosys
8 SAMRIN BANU CSE Infosys
9 Shetty Rasik Ramchandra CSE Infosys
10 Sujay CSE Infosys
11 M MANJUSHA ISE Infosys
12 POOJA N ISE Infosys
13 PRATHIKSHA ISE Infosys
14 PRATHVI P SHETTY ISE Infosys
15 SHETTY ASHIKA CHANDRASHEKAR ISE Infosys
16 DEEPAK R ECE Infosys
17 Jayanand.J ECE Infosys
18 Rasika Patil ECE Infosys
19 Raziya Banu ECE Infosys
20 VARSHINI MN ECE Infosys
21 SANGEETHA S Civil Infosys
22 SOIBAM PRITAMJIT SINGH Civil Infosys
23 Mohammad Faiz Mech Infosys

Gain Insights

Gain Insights
Sl No Name Branch Company Name
1 Anix Jugal D Cunha CSE Gain Insights
2 SHEETAL CSE Gain Insights
3 SHETTY SANATH SANTOSH CSE Gain Insights
4 Shruthi K Kamath CSE Gain Insights
5 Vishal Nayak CSE GAIN INSIGHTS
6 Anju Thomas ECE GAIN INSIGHTS
7 Rahul Jattennavar ECE GAIN INSIGHTS

EVRY India

EVRY India
Sl No Name Branch Company Name
1 ACHARYA VISHWAS VASUDEV CSE EVRY
2 ADARSH N CSE EVRY
3 Deepa CSE EVRY
4 Namratha C CSE EVRY
5 Niharika G V CSE EVRY
6 PALLAVI I SUTAR CSE EVRY
7 RAVISH BC CSE EVRY
8 ROHAN K RANJOLKAR CSE EVRY
9 SAFEEQ BIDARKUNDI CSE EVRY
10 SHETTY SHEERI DINAKAR CSE EVRY
11 Shriraksha CSE EVRY
12 SINCHANA S KAMATH CSE EVRY
13 Supriksha Shetty CSE EVRY
14 SANJANA SHEKHAR SHETTY ISE EVRY
15 TANAZ JAMAL SHAIKH ISE EVRY
16 Akshatha Patil ECE EVRY
17 ASHWINI.P.PATTAR ECE EVRY
18 Dhanalakshmi G ECE EVRY
19 Namratha S Hipparagi ECE EVRY

Cognizant

Cognizant
Sl No Name Branch Company Name
1 PRATHIKSHA CSE Cognizant
2 Sujay CSE Cognizant
3 Ashish Shanbhag ECE Cognizant
4 SANGEETHA SV ECE Cognizant

Aris Global

Aris Global
Sl No Name Branch Company Name
4AL16CS012 Anitha Lakshmi T N CSE Aris Global
4AL16CS028 DEENA MUTHAPPA B CSE Aris Global
4AL16CS075 RAKSHITH UMESH RAI CSE Aris Global
4AL16CS076 Ravi K R CSE Aris Global
4AL16CS084 Sannidhi p CSE Aris Global

Codecraft Technology

Codecraft Technology
Sl No Name Branch Company Name
1 Deekshith T R CSE Codecraft Technology
2 KIRAN K CSE Codecraft Technology
3 Mohammad Ashfan CSE Codecraft Technology

IBM

IBM
Sl No Name Branch Company Name 
1 Tanvi Shridhar Shetty ISE IBM
2 Deeksha D Poojary CSE IBM
3 Akshata Shetty CSE IBM
4 Adit Arvind Shetty Mechanical IBM
5 Bhuvana S CSE IBM
6 Gaurav Shetty Mechanical IBM

Robosoft

Robosoft
Sl No Name Branch Company Name
1 Prashanth S CSE Robosoft
2 VAIBHAVI CSE Robosoft
3 SUSHANTH S ISE Robosoft

Techjini

Techjini
Sl No Name Branch Company Name
1 GAUTHAM PRABHU CSE Techjini
2 Mallikarjun H T CSE Techjini
3 VIGNESHA MANDARA SHETTY CSE Techjini
4 DARSHAN P B ISE Techjini

GlobalLogic

GlobalLogic
Sl No Name Branch Company
1 Marsh Vishal Lobo CSE Global Logic

Juego Studios

Juego Studios
Sl No Name Branch Company
1 AINAB CSE Juego Studios

2018-19

IBM Labs

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Pramod k S CSE
2 Rakshitha M CSE
3 Yogesh U H CSE
4 Arpitha S CSE
5 Deepashree V ISE 
6 Vignesh Suresh Shetty ISE 

EY

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Aditya Shetty CSE
2 Ashwini P Shetty CSE
3 Bhargavi Ravi CSE
4 Chaithra CSE
5 Devika Shetty CSE
6 Hema R CSE
7 NIKETHA Shetty CSE
8 Sumith Kumar CSE
9 Suraksha R B CSE
10 Rakshitha M CSE
11 Gouthami ECE
12 Aishwarya Mangarshi ECE
13 Shefali Shetty ECE
14 Shraddha ECE
15 Vasanth Kumar ECE
16 DEEPASHREE V ISE
17 GANESH PRASAD ISE
18 SUSHMITHA H S ISE
19 THAIZEERA A S ISE
20 VIGNESH SHETTY ISE

Valtech

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Adarsh M S CSE
2 Aditya M Naik CSE
3 Jagdish Rathi CSE
4 Jasmine Lobo CSE
5 Thripthi A H CSE
6 Pooja T S ISE
7 Swarna Gowri ISE

TCS

Sl No Name Branch
1 Pooja K CSE
2 Adarsh M S CSE
3 Mayur Shikhare ECE
4 Chandan Shastri ISE

Mphasis

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Divya R CSE
2 Varsha S CSE
3 Ashritha Jain CSE
4 Kumaraswamy V S CSE
5 Sudarshan CSE
6 Rakshitha Rao ECE
7 Pooja M ECE

Infosys

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Aishwarya Kodgimath CSE
2 Anusha CSE
3 Anushri CSE
4 Ganesh Shrikant P CSE
5 Madhukara K CSE
6 Sneha K N CSE
7 Surekha Reddy CSE
8 Megha Bhat CSE
9 Divya R CSE
10 Varsha S CSE
11 Minal Pinto ISE
12 Anvaya Kini ISE
13 Nikshitha ISE
14 Bindu M D ECE

Wipro

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Ankith CSE
2 Deekshitha CSE
3 Vilasraj S CSE
4 Aishwarya Shetty CSE
5 Shridevi Prabhu B S CSE

TVM Signalling

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Sachin Pandith CSE
2 Sushanth CSE
3 Vilasraj S CSE
4 Sridevi Prabhu BS CSE
5 Charanraj S ECE
6 Sreecharan B R ECE
7 Pavan Kumar T J ECE
8 Prajwal S CSE
9 Ranjith CSE

SLK Software

Sl No Name Branch
1 Pramod K S CSE
2 Shradda Shetty CSE
3 Deepika Karanth ECE
4 Rashmi Rao ECE
5 Anand G Warrier Mech

Manipal Group

Sl No Name Branch
1 Srilaxmi Upadhyaya ECE
2 Dheeraj Shetty ECE

Kaynes Technology

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Nithin Krishna ECE
2 Pradeep Kumar R ECE
3 Priya Naik ECE
4 Abhishek S ECE
5 Preethika J ECE

Access6 Technologies

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Adarsh Rai CSE
2 Srujana G B CSE
3 Aishwarya Shetty CSE
4 Sumanth N S ECE

Amphisoft

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Shreyas Rao CSE
2 Sridevi CSE
3 Niketha Shetty CSE
4 Vasanth Kumar ECE

Agrima Roof & Facade Systems

Sl No Name Branch
1 Harshith Civil
2 Mohammad Civil
3 RAKESH Civil
4 Seema siddappa Civil
5 Akhila Civil
6 Ananya Civil
7 Ashraya Civil
8 Athira Civil
9 GURU Civil
10 Hanamanth Civil
11 Harshita Civil
12 Meghana Civil
13 Shalini Civil
14 Darshan Civil
15 Varsha Civil
16 ABHILASH Civil
17 Akshata M Chavan Civil
18 GOVIND Civil
19 Karthik Civil
20 MANU Civil
21 Sahana Civil
22 Shreekantha Civil
23 Anisha Civil

Sunrise Biztech

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Yatish Bangera CSE
2 Lakshminarasimha  ECE
3 Poonam Gunagi ECE
4 Challa Meghana ECE
5 Aishwarya J Shetty ISE
6 Arjun S Mech
7 Gurumurthy J L Mech
8 Nikhil Y J Mech

FACE

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Akshay Kedlaya CSE
2 Vaibhavi Kulkarni CSE
3 Harshitha K O ISE
4 Sameeksha Hegde ISE

24-7.ai

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Surekha Reddy CSE
2 Adarsh Pujar CSE
3 Yatish Bangera CSE
4 Acharya Rakshita CSE
5 Mayur Shetty CSE
6 Challa Meghana ECE

CMS IT Services

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Nithin Krishna ECE
2 Chaithanya S P ECE
3 Thirtha A L ECE
4 Vishruth K CSE

Mylan Laboratories

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 SHETTY PRAJWAL RAVINDRA Mech
2 SHETTY RAHUL Mech
3 KOUSHIK N Mech

Goan Institute

Sl No Name Branch
1 Sachin Civil
2 Sharath Gowda .M Civil
3 Mahammad Rasool Awati Civil
4 Rashmitha B.R Civil
5 Govind Raj H.R Civil
6 Sharanu .T. Sajjan Civil
7 Vinay .B ECE
8 Shruthi Tharanath Salian CSE
9 Rajarajeshwari CSE
10 Sanjay M.N CSE

Conzulere Nextwealth

Sl No Name Branch
1 DEEKSHITH RAJ CSE
2 ANU PRAKASH MP CSE
3 RAJARAJESHWARI BB CSE
4 ARJUN K CSE
5 THEJASWINI CSE
6 CHITHRA R G CSE
7 LALITH KUMAR MISHRA.J CSE
8 HARSHITHA N P ECE
9 A SHREYA ECE
10 RANJITHA ECE
11 VARSHA.P ECE
12 POOJA  ECE
13 KAVANA M G ISE
14 SHAZIYA BANU ISE
15 SHETTY SIDDHARTH DEVRAJ Mech
16 MOHAMMED ILIYAZ Mech
17 SACHIN NANDIKIL Mech
18 CHRISTINA Mech
19 MAYYADDIN NAVEED Mech
20 MAHESH RAJU Mech
21 RAMYA SHREE  Mech
22 JAGADEESH KRISHNA JOGI Civil

Pathfront

Sl No Name Branch
1 Mukesh CSE
2 Meghana CSE
3 Nalini CSE
4 Prajwal CSE
5 Vaibhavi kalkarni CSE

Ninjacart

Sl No Name Branch
1 Manjula Puranikmath ECE
2 Sneha G N ECE
3 Vanashree ECE
4 Megha Anand Kadadavar ECE
5 Arpana ECE
6 Harshitha M S ECE
7 Sushmitha S ECE
8 Harshitha D ECE
9 Pooja R ISE
10 Deeksha CSE
11 Pavitra G K ECE
12 Algeena Carol Dsouza CSE
13 Rahul Nayak CSE
14 Sanjay M N CSE
15 Anjali H R ECE
16 Devika H S ECE
17 Alfiya Kouser ECE
18 Monisha P ECE
19 Priyanka H G ECE
20 Pooja Hegde ISE
21 Divyashree A K ECE
22 Mythri K J ISE
23 Nishmitha Sanil CSE
24 Hamza Mohammed Hafeez MECH
25 Yeshwanth M ECE
26 Vishal Naik N ISE
27 Joel Crasta ECE
28 Akash Ashok Neelnaik ECE
29 Shreekantha P Civil
30 Girish MECH
31 Pavan K Rao ECE
32 Shridhar Premsingh Rathod MECH
33 Rupesh N ECE
34 Bharath Kumar B U MECH
35 Yankappa Kumbar MECH
36 Sudharshan S MECH
37 Priyanka Basavaraj Murdeshwar CSE
38 Shruthi Tharanath Salian CSE
39 Varshitha P J ECE

Extramarks

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Rashmitha G R CIVIL
2 Sahana K  CIVIL
3 Anisha V CIVIL
4 Bharatesh Hegde MECH
5 Vinay B ECE
6 Anuprakash M P CSE
7 Manu P CIVIL
8 Jagadish  CIVIL
9 Damodar Shenoy CIVIL
10 Harish Balkunde MECH
11 Varsha B M CIVIL
12 Rachana S  IS
13 Aniketh Putram MECH
14 Rakshith Gowda CIVIL
15 Rohith  B CIVIL
16 Ranganath Gowda Patil MECH
17 Vishal naik IS
18 Akshata M  CIVIL
19 Vishnu P S CS
20 Jeffin Boban CS
21 Udit Manjerkar MECH
22 Rajarajeshwari B B CS
23 Karthik N S CIVIL
24 K V Adith MECH
25 Pranavthirtha MECH
26 Prakash R CIVIL
27 Acharya Rakshitha CS
28 K J Mythri ISE
29 Abhilash  N M CIVIL
30 A SHREYA ECE

ABC

Sl NO Name Branch
1 Sridevi Prabhu B S CSE
2 Rahul Itnal ECE
3 Gouthami ECE
4 Deepashree V ISE

Sriram Panels

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Harish Balkunde Mech
2 Anand G Warrier Mech

Iwave

Sl No Name Branch
1 Ankith CSE
2 Ananya M ECE
3 Sreecharan ECE

Mobinius

Sl No Name Branch
1 Megha CSE
2 Priyanka S P CSE
3 Sursita Heisnam CSE

Legaldesk.com

Sl No Name Branch
1 Pavithra G CSE
2 Vinay S CSE
3 Divyashree A K ECE

Tessolve

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Rahul Itnal ECE

Accord Software

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Mr. Yogesh U.H. CSE

Kadamba Solutions

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Poorna Shetty CSE

VIT Infotech

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Kavya Rai A CSE

Smartlink Holdings

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Ashritha ECE

Aris Global

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Kumaraswamy V S CSE

EverestIMS

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Poojitha ISE


Medpac Systems

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Geetanjali Bishtannavar CSE

Robosoft

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Ananya M ECE

Software Specialists(SSI)

SL.NO NAME BRANCH
1 Namratha Bangera ECE

2017-18

IBM

Sl No Name Branch
1 Aishwarya Saraswathi CSE
2 Jithesh A CSE
3 Prarthana M J CSE

EY

Sl No Name Branch
1 Karan Poojari CSE
2 Karishma Vernekar CSE
3 Kartik Ganiga CSE
4 Kavya Padman CSE
5 Manjula K C CSE
6 Nikhitha kale CSE
7 Prarthana M J CSE
8 Safnaz K CSE
9 Adikeshavamurthy Maroor ISE
10 Pooja Shetty ISE
11 Sachin ISE
12 Apoorva D ECE
13 Satish Nayak ECE
14 Shilpashree N ECE
15 Varsha K ECE
16 Varshitha C R ECE

Mphasis

Sl No Name Branch
1 Rakshithashree CSE
2 Avinash A P ECE
3 Nidhi Subhash Manjerkar ECE
4 Yashodha Bommanhalli ECE

Kaynes Technology

Sl No Name Branch
1 Soumya R K ECE
2 Soundaryashree N ECE

Agrima

Sl No Name Branch
1 Aishwarya Civil
2 Ananth Civil
3 Anil Civil
4 Anoopshastri Civil
5 Anto Chackochan Civil
6 Basavaraj Civil
7 Chethan Civil
8 Hajaresab Civil
9 Nidhishree Civil
10 PARASHURAM Civil
11 Prajwal Civil
12 Praveen Civil
13 Puneeth Civil
14 Rajashekhara Civil
15 Santosh Civil
16 Soundarya Civil
17 Susmita Civil
18 Varsha Civil
19 yashaswini Civil
20 Darshan Civil
21 Dhanya Civil
22 Mohammada Faraz Civil
23 Priya Civil
24 SHANKARMURTHY Civil

Diya Systems

Sl No Name Branch
1 Sony G Kotian CSE
2 LOLITA ISE
3 Soumya ISE
4 Aishwarya ECE
5 Sarvesh ECE

Robosoft

Sl No Name Branch
1 Aishwarya CSE
2 Apoorva CSE

Ashwin Precision

Sl No Name Branch
1 Adarsh A Mech
2 Srinivasa N Mech

Fiabilite

Sl No Name Branch
1 Raina Lobo ECE
2 Satish Nayak ECE

Transacia

Sl No Name Branch
1 Shabaz Khan ECE
2 Ashok Singh Purohit ECE
3 Harshit Somanna ECE
4 Nikhil Arya ECE
5 Rohan Dsouza ECE

Tessolve

Sl No Name Branch
1 Satish Nayak ECE

Pathfront

Sl No Name Branch
1 Anvitha Bhat CSE
2 Divyq CSE
3 Kavyashree CSE
4 Nagaveni CSE
5 Rajashree CSE
6 Sahana CSE
7 Sony g CSE
8 Tejaswini CSE
9 Varsha CSE
10 Varsha CSE
11 Akshatha ISE
12 Kirthy ISE
13 Nischitha ISE
14 Chandra shreyas ISE
15 Aishwarya ECE
16 Akshatha ECE
17 Ashika h a ECE
18 Chaithra ECE
19 Chethak ECE
20 gayathry ECE
21 Hamsa ECE
22 Harshitha ECE
23 KARTHIK ECE
24 Rashmitha ECE
25 sheethal ECE
26 Soundaryashree ECE
27 Keerthi ECE
28 Mallika ECE
29 HITHESH G Mech
30 ibrahim Mech
31 Jyothi Mech
32 LIKITH Mech
33 NARASIMHA MURTHY Mech
34 SANDESH Mech
35 SHUBHAM Mech
36 ASHLEY Mech
37 Suhas Mech
38 Darshan CIVIL
39 Dhanya CIVIL
40 Mohammada Faraz CIVIL
41 Pratibha CIVIL
42 Priya CIVIL
43 Rasina CIVIL
44 SHANKARMURTHY CIVIL

Infosys BPM

Sl No Name Branch
1 Apeksha Rai CSE
2 Hemashree J CSE
3 Preema Serrao CSE
4 Shraddha Shetty CSE
5 Sunny Shetty CSE
6 Reeba Chandy CSE
7 Sony G Kotian CSE
8 Tejaswini Gowda CSE
9 Fouzia Sheikh ISE
10 Akshatha ISE
11 Chandra Shreyas ISE
12 Nischitha T E ISE
13 Jyothi ECE
14 Keerthi Vadeyar ECE
15 Mallika N ECE
16 Pooja Arekal ECE
17 Renuka Ratkal ECE
18 Sarvesh Kotian ECE
19 Soumya R K ECE
20 Soundarya P ECE
21 Sumiya Sultana ECE
22 Shabaz Khan ECE
23 Pavan Raj Mech
24 Sarvesh M Mech
25 Darshan S Mech

SLK Software

Sl No Name Branch
1 Pratiksha CSE
2 Sai Priya CSE

24*7

Sl No Name Branch
1 Deepa Shetty CSE
2 Rakshith R Pai CSE
3 Apeksha rai CSE
4 Pragati Kalgutkar CSE
5 Shravan CSE
6 Shradda Shetty CSE
7 Soumya B H ISE
8 Deeksha Dinesh Shetty ISE
9 Keerthana K N ECE
10 Nishma bhandary ECE
11 Prashantha Pateela ECE
12 Shwetha T M ECE
13 Gayathri T S ECE
14 Mahesh Biradar ECE
15 Renuka Ratkal ECE
16 Sachin K V ECE
17 Shashikumar Magadum ECE
18 Vandana Shree J S ECE
19 Prashanth S Mech
20 Adarsh A Mech
21 Akash Shetty Civil
22 Abhishek S Shetty Civil
23 Akarsh Ponnapa Civil
24 Karthik C Civil
25 Rashmith Suvarna Civil

Cranes Varsity

Sl No Name Branch
1 Karan Poojari CSE
2 Ashok Singh Purohit ECE
3 Harshith Somanna ECE
4 Deepika ECE
5 Raina Lobo ECE

Goan Institute

Sl No Name Branch
1 Chandana C CSE
2 Vimal K CSE
3 Anita CSE
4 Apeksha CSE
5 Pragati CSE
6 Preema CSE
7 Rajashree CSE
8 Rajkumari CSE
9 Shraddha CSE
10 Sonal CSE
11 Swathi CSE
12 Anvitha Bhat CSE
13 Nagaveni CSE
14 Reeba CSE
15 Sony g CSE
16 Sowmya CSE
17 Sunny CSE
18 Varsha CSE
19 Tejaswini CSE
20 Ananya ISE
21 Apurva ISE
22 Ashwitha s ISE
23 Deeksha ISE
24 Muhammad ISE
25 sandhya ISE
26 Soumya ISE
27 Spoorthi ISE
28 Deeksha dinesh ISE
29 LOLITA ISE
30 nayana ISE
31 pavan ISE
32 Prajwal ISE
33 Akshatha ISE
34 Nischitha ISE
35 Anusha A ECE
36 Manohar ECE
37 Meghana ECE
38 Pooja ECE
39 Pooja D ECE
40 ROOPA ECE
41 Sevanthika ECE
42 Shilpa ECE
43 SOUJANYA ECE
44 vandana ECE
45 Anjana.N. ECE
46 nisha ECE
47 Pooja ECE
48 sheethal ECE
49 Shweta ECE
50 Chaithra ECE
51 Harshitha ECE
52 Soundarya ECE
53 Sumiya ECE
54 Jyothish Mech
55 GURU PRASADA Mech
56 Jyothi Mech
57 Rahul M R Civil
58 Nidhishree Civil
59 Pratibha Civil
60 Praveen Civil
61 Soundarya Civil
62 SUHAIB Civil
63 Dhanya Civil

Delta Dynamic

Sl No Name Branch
1 Anita CSE
2 khaleed CSE
3 Sonal CSE
4 Nagaveni CSE
5 Shravan CSE
6 Sowmya CSE
7 Sunny CSE
8 Nayana ISE
9 pavan ISE
10 Prajwal ISE
11 Aishwarya ECE
12 Akash ECE
13 Chethak ECE
14 Nagesha ECE
15 Ranjan ECE
16 Sarvesh ECE
17 KARTHIK ECE
18 Keerthi ECE

Vee Technologies

Sl No Name Branch
1 K M Thomas CSE
2 Vimal K CSE
3 Divya Bandekar CSE
4 Anusha A ECE
5 SOUJANYA ECE
6 KP Rahul Mech
7 NICKY Mech
8 Suhas J Mech
9 SUHAIB Civil

Royal Arabian

Sl No Name Branch
1 Fathima CSE
2 Praneet CSE
3 Shetty prajwal CSE
4 Preema CSE
5 Rajkumari CSE
6 Swathi CSE
7 Reeba CSE
8 Sunny CSE
9 Varsha CSE
10 Suraksha ISE
11 Fouzia ISE
12 Govindrao ECE
13 Anjana.N. ECE
14 Basavaraj Mech
15 SHIVALING Mech
16 Shravanprabha Mech
17 Sudarshan Mech

United Rubber

Sl No Name Branch
1 Ankith Mech
2 SHRAVAN Mech
3 SUDHEEP D Mech
4 TRUPTHESH Mech
5 LIKITH Mech

Medpac System

Sl No Name Branch
1 Savitri CSE
2 Shravan CSE

DemandNXT

Sl No Name Branch
1 Shubham Goankar Mech
2 Aakash Shetty CIVIl

Juego Studios

Sl No Name Branch
1 Akash Kubasad ECE
2 Anushree Shettigar ECE

Others

CAMPUS SELECTION

IBM

 

Candidate Name

Course

CHAITHRA.S.

BE, CSE

JEEVAN B K

BE, CSE

MURALI MANOHAR

BE, CSE

RAJALAKSHMI M. R.

BE, CSE

SAHANA

BE, CSE

SHRAVYA

BE, CSE

VAISHNAVI A

BE, CSE

CHAITHRA A

BE,ISE

FIONA SHALOMA PERES

BE,ISE

AKSHARA KATHRIBAIL

BE,ECE

CHAITRA M

BE,ECE

KAVYA D SHETTY

BE,ECE

KIRAN KUMAR N

BE,ECE

NISCHITHA C

BE,ECE

PRATEEKA K

BE,ECE

S M SACHIN

BE,ECE

RAKSHA SADASHIVA SHETTY

BE,ECE

SHRUTHI KUSHAL SHETTY

BE,ECE

SHRAVAN S D

BE,ECE

SNEHA K

BE,ECE

VIDYA KUMARI M

BE,ECE

MS POOJA KUMARI M

BE, CSE

AKILESH VINOS MELMANI

BE, CSE

MINATI R RAICHURA

BE, CSE

ANUSHKA JAYA SHETTY

BE, CSE

SHETTY DISHA VEKATESH

BE, CSE

PREETI BHASKAR SHETTY

BE, CSE

KOUSHIK SHETTY

BE,ISE

KARTHIK SHIVAPRASAD NAIK

BE,ECE

RASHMITHA M

BE,ECE

SHRUTHI V

BE,ECE

SHRAVAN SHANTHARAM SHETTY

BE, Mech

Amazon

 

Amazon hired 35 students for this year from engineering section. Since past 2 years Amazon has been hiring students for their various profiles Tester, Catalog Associate, TRM & SS position.

Candidate Name

Course

CHRISTOPHER LANCY CASTALINO

BE, CSE

JOVITH J TELLIS

BE, Mech

KARISHMA KIRAN P

BE, CIVIL

MINATI R RAICHURA

BE, CSE

RUSSEL FERNANDES

BE, Mech

SHETTY DEEKSHA SADASHIVA

BE,ECE

SHETTY SHRUTHI JAYAKARA

BE,ECE

AKASH BANGERA

BE, CSE

AKSHATHA J N

BE, CSE

AMRUTA BANGERA

BE, CSE

ANUSHA NAYAK

BE, CSE

DIVYA RAJ

BE, CSE

HARSHITHA

BE, CSE

NISCHITHA B P

BE, CSE

POOJA L

BE, CSE

RAMZIYA

BE, CSE

SHARAL MANISHA FURTADO

BE, CSE

ASHWINI P S

BE,ECE

CHEATHAN SUVARNA

BE,ECE

DIVYALAXMI ANCHAN

BE,ECE

RANJITHA KAMATH

BE,ECE

SHRUTHI V

BE,ECE

DEEKSHA DINESH

BE,ISE

GOWRI BONDADE

BE,ISE

KOUSHIK SHETTY

BE,ISE

LAKSHMI A S

BE,ISE

NISCHITHA M

BE,ISE

POOJA MAIYYA

BE,ISE

RACHANA SHETTY

BE,ISE

SHWETHA

BE,ISE

SINDHU V

BE,ISE

SUSHMITHA M POOJARY

BE,ISE

PRAGATH SHETTY

BE, Mech

PARIKSHITH SHETTY

BE, Mech

PRAGATH POONJA

BE, Mech

SUNIL DAVID FERNAN

BE, Mech

EY(Ernst & Young)

 

 

EY(Ernst & Young) has been recruiting candidates from AIET since last 4 years for Engineering & other graduate students. This year they have recruited 14 students from BE stream for their profile Associate Software Engineer and Analyst.

Candidate Name

Course

ABRARA

BE, CSE

AKSHARA KATHRIBAIL

BE,ECE

FIONA SHALOMA PERES

BE,ISE

NIKITHA PRAKASH SHETTY’

BE,ECE

PRAJNA RAI

BE,ECE

PREETI BHASKAR SHETTY

BE, CSE

RAKESH N CHOUDHRY

BE, CSE

RAKSHA SADASHIV SHETTY

BE,ECE

S M SACHIN

BE,ECE

SHRAVYA

BE, CSE

SHREYAS S SHETTY

BE,ISE

SHRUTHI KUSHAL SHETTY

BE,ECE

SWATHI P

BE, CSE

THEERTHA PADMAN

BE, CSE

 

Alpha Nine

 

 

Candidate Name

Course

IRAPPA CHANNAPPA AWARADI

BE, CSE

DILIPKUMAR V

BE,ISE

ANOOP RAJ A R

BE,ECE

ANKITH KRISHNA SHETTY

BE,ECE

PAVAN KUMAR

BE,ECE

MOHAMED SUHAIL PASHA

BE, Mech

RAKSHITH BHAT M

BE, Mech

ROYAL RODRIGUES

BE, Mech

SUMESH KISHAN BANDODKAR

BE, Mech

DEEPAK

BE,ISE

SHRIKANTH KATTIMANI

BE, Mech

 

CAASP

 

Candidate Name

Course

ASHWINI C L

BE,ECE

SANA K.T.V KRISHNAN

MBA

 

Captain

 

 

Candidate Name

Course

VIJAYKUMAR.LOKAPPA.SHINDHOOR

BE, Mech

VITHESH JOHNSON D’SOUZA

BE, Mech

 

Cognizant

Candidate Name

Course

AKSHAYA KUMAR

MBA

HAOBIJAM RATNA CHANU

MBA

KAVITHA

MBA

LAXON NEVIL GOVEAS

MBA

MELWIN JOY

MBA

POOJA RAVIRAJ SHETTY

MBA

SANA K.T.V KRISHNAN

MBA

VEERAYYA ALMEL

MBA

ROSHAN JOY LOBO

MBA

 

ESS & ESS

Candidate Name

Course

PRAKRATHI

MBA

SAHANA HEGDE

MBA

 

FACE

Candidate Name

Course

SANGEETHA C.S

BE,ECE

MELWIN DMELLO

BE, Mech

ANOOP RAJ

BE,ECE

 

Huttirifly

Candidate Name

Course

GOWRI BONDADE

BE,ISE

SWETHA

BE,ISE

 

KPMG

Candidate Name

Course

JOLLY VELANKANI LOBO

MBA

SWEEDAL PRIYA CASTELINO

MBA

 

McD BERL

Candidate Name

Course

VIJAYALAXMI CHAWAN

BE, Mech

THEJAS KUMAR

BE, Mech

HARSHA M N

BE, Mech

ANOOP R

BE, Mech

DILEEP S R

BE, CIVIL

CHANDRA PRASAD

BE, CIVIL

ANJANA S

BE, CIVIL

PRAMOD K R

BE, CIVIL

 

Niketan Consultants

Candidate Name

Course

AJITH KUMAR

BE, CIVIL

ANNAPURNA H D

BE, CIVIL

YUVARAJ G N

BE, CIVIL

ABHISHEK H S

BE, CIVIL

LAKSHMI TULASI C H

BE, CIVIL

KAVYA S

BE, CIVIL

PRAMODH K R

BE, CIVIL

PUNEETH KUMAR

BE, CIVIL

SANDEEP K C

BE, CIVIL

THUSHARA JOSE

BE, CIVIL

BHARATH T L

BE, CIVIL

AMITH KUMAR N V

BE, CIVIL

NAVEEN KUMAR R C

BE, CIVIL

DILEEP KUMAR K M

BE, CIVIL

ANUSHA A HANASI

BE, CIVIL

ROJITH THOMAS

BE, CIVIL

RAKSHITHA B K

BE, CIVIL

SACHIN MUKTE

BE, CIVIL

SAHEBGOUDA NAGNOOR

BE, CIVIL

SATHVIK HEGDE

BE, CIVIL

DILEEP S R

BE, CIVIL

MAHMADAJEEJ HUNASHYALKAR

BE, CIVIL

VENKATESH Y S

BE, CIVIL

RAKESH C GANUR

BE, CIVIL

SUNIL R

BE, CIVIL

SANDEEP B HIRUR

BE, CIVIL

SAVITRI F MADDEPPANAVAR

BE, CIVIL

SUVARNA

BE, CIVIL

LAKSHMI T

BE, CIVIL

VAJRESHWARI S

BE, CIVIL

RAGHAVENDRA J

BE, CIVIL

SANTOSH KUMAR K P

BE, CIVIL

SANJAY R

BE, CIVIL

RUDRAPRASAD D G

BE, CIVIL

SUBHASH JENAKATTI

BE, CIVIL

BINDU P R

BE, CIVIL

BRUNDA S

BE, CIVIL

MALLANAGOUDA D GANGAPUR

BE, CIVIL

TEJASWINI D

BE, CIVIL

MANJUNATH C YALAVIGI

BE, CIVIL

 

Ninja Cart

Candidate Name

Course

VINAY.P

MBA

LASYA V RAJU

MBA

 

Prakruti

Candidate Name

Course

DEEPIKA GOVIND GAONKAR

BE, CSE

BHARATH KUMAR N.J.

BE, Mech

ABHIVRUDDHI A S

BE, Mech

PRASAD

BE, CIVIL

 

West Line

Candidate Name

Course

AKSHAY KUMAR

BE,ECE

AMAR SHETTY

BE,ECE

KIRANKUMAR N

BE,ECE

KRISHNA SHETTY

BE,ECE

MUKUND RAJ ST

BE,ECE

SACHIN S M

BE,ECE

SHARATH K

BE,ECE

VIJETH JOYEN PINTO

BE,ECE

VIKASA D P

BE,ECE

VINAY KJ

BE,ECE

ABISHEK M

BE,ME

AMAN DAS

BE,ME

ASHWIN CARLTON SALIS

BE,ME

DAVOOD SYED

BE,ME

JASMAN ROHAN DCUNHA

BE,ME

LAXMAN KANAKAPPANAVAR

BE,ME

MANJUNATH MADALAGERI

BE,ME

PARIKSHITH POONJA

BE,ME

RITHESH PREETHAM REGO

BE,ME

SANJAY GUJJAR

BE,ME

WILSON VICTOR DSOUZA

BE,ME

VIVEK

BE, CSE

 

Wrigley

Candidate Name

Course

SHRUTHI K

MBA

 

Cigital

Candidate Name

Course

RAKESH CHOUDHRY

BE, CSE

 

Allon Line

Candidate Name

Course

LAXMI T

BE, CIVIL

SHERIN SAM

BE, CIVIL

DHANUSH ACHARYA

BE, CIVIL

SANJAY G S

BE, Mech

SHRUTHI J T

BE,ECE

ARUNA M

BE,ECE

AKSHITHA

BE,ECE

SUPRIYA

BE,ECE

DEEKSHA SHETTY

BE,ISE

RANJAN KUMAR

BE, CSE

SUSHA A

MBA

STEPHEN FERNANDES

MBA

SHREEVIDHYA

MBA

 

Energy

Candidate Name

Course

ARSHID KHAN

MBA

KUSUMA

MBA

LAXON NEVIL GOVEAS

MBA

MOHAMMED MAZHER

MBA

PAREEKSHITH.A.SUVARNA

MBA

PRAJEETHA KUMARI JAIN

MBA

PUNITH KUMAR D.S.

MBA

SANDHYA.S.BHANDARY

MBA

VEVEITA PRIYA ARANHA

MBA

MEGHA M K

MBA

RAGHUVEER S

MBA

STEPHEN FERNANDES

MBA

SUMANTH

MBA

VISHAKA R PATIL

MBA

VIKRAM R

MBA

 

Maventic

Candidate Name

Course

RAKESH N CHOWDARY

BE, CSE

SHREYAS S SHETTY

BE,ISE

 

Tech Jini

Candidate Name

Course

SANNITH SHETTY

BE, CSE

SHREYAS S SHETTY

BE,ISE

 

GTS

Candidate Name

Course

DEEPAK S

BE,ECE

 

Manipal Group

Candidate Name

Course

AKSHARA KATHRIBAIL

BE,ECE

TR ASHWINI

BE,ECE

 

L&T Infotech

Candidate Name

Course

SHREYAS S SHETTY

BE, ISE

 

Samudra Marine

Candidate Name

Course

JOVITH J TELLIS

BE, MECH

PARIKSHITH POONJA

BE, MECH

SUBRAMANYA S

BE, MECH

THEJAS KUMAR

BE, MECH

VINAY R

BE, MECH

 

Cruseline Ship Management

Candidate Name

Course

GLEN DMELLO

BE, Mech

K MUTTHAPPAN KARTHIK

BE, Mech

TEJAS KUMAR

BE, Mech

 

IBM

Candidate Name

Course

BHAMINEE R

BE, ISE

NIDHI ASHOK

BE, CSE

SANA KAUSAR

MBA

SHWETHA

BE,ISE

 

CareerNet Consulting

Candidate Name

Course

LASYA V RAJU

MBA

SANA KAUSAR

MBA

 

NTT DATA

Candidate Name

Course

AKHILESH MELMANI

BE, CSE

BABITHA SONIA LEWIS

BE, ISE

 

Infosys

Candidate Name

Course

ANUSHA MV

BE, CSE

 

Indian Navy

Candidate Name

Course

SHREYAS S SHETTY

BE, ISE

 

TATA Consultancy Services

Candidate Name

Course

FIONA SHALOMA PERES

BE, ISE

 

Spaneos

Candidate Name

Course

ASMITHA

BE, ISE

 

Alembic

Candidate Name

Course

SANTHOSHA GC

MBA

 

HPE

Candidate Name

Course

NIDHI ASHOK

BE, CSE

 

Shriram

Candidate Name

Course

ANOOP RAJ

BE,ECE

 

EMC2

Candidate Name

Course

DEEKSHA SHETTY

BE, ECE

RESHMA BALLAL

BE, ECE

Bharath

Candidate Name

Course

ARSHID KHAN

MBA

NAGESH NAIK

MBA

POOJAN NAIK

MBA

STEPHEN FERNANDIS

MBA

 

NET-FI

Candidate Name

Course

SANTOSH MANTUR

ECE

VIKITH M R

ECE

 

Nanomics

Candidate Name

Course

Pavan Kundra

ECE

Shortlisted candidates in various companies

TOYOTA

Candidate Name

Course

VENKATESH K

BE, Mech

MANJUNATH MADALAGERI

BE, Mech

ANUP R

BE, Mech

BHARATH KUMAR N J

BE, Mech

SHRAVAN S SHETTY

BE, Mech

FARHAN IQBAL SAIF

BE, Mech

THEJAS KUMAR

BE, Mech

JITHESH SHETTY S

BE, Mech

SUNIL FERNANDIS

BE, Mech

PARIKSHITH POONJA

BE, Mech

RAKSHITH BHAT M

BE, Mech

NARAYAN KOPPAL

BE, Mech

GLEN D’MELLO

BE, Mech

RUSSEL FERNANDIS

BE, Mech

Jaro Education

Candidate Name

Course

LASYA V RAJU

MBA

SANA KAUSAR

MBA

Mandovi Motors

Candidate Name

Course

PRADEEP KUMAR

BE, Mech

AKSHAYA K

BE, Mech

ASHFAN AHMED SHEIKH

BE, Mech

JASMAN ROHAN DCUNHA

BE, Mech

SHREYAS KUNDAPUR

BE, Mech

AKHIL SUNNY

BE, Mech

MOHITH M SHETTY

BE, Mech

MANOJ KUMAR

BE, Mech

PRAJWAL A

BE, Mech

NESAR S SHETTY

BE, Mech

ALBIN JAME

BE, Mech

PRAVEEN SAVIO PINTO

BE, Mech

RAJENDRA

BE, Mech

ROHAN FRANCIS PINTO

BE, Mech

SANTHOSH N

BE, Mech

NAGAR ARVIND SHETTI

BE, Mech

SHIVARAJ ACHARYA

BE, Mech

VIPIN P

BE, Mech

ABHIVRUDDHI A S

BE, Mech

BHIMARAYA

BE, Mech

DHANANJAY NAYAK

BE, Mech

SHARATH POOJARY

BE, Mech

SWAMY A R

BE, Mech

UMESH P

BE, Mech

ANKITH S P KARKERA

BE, Mech

NISHAN ROYAN

BE, Mech

Fidelis

Candidate Name

Course

VINITH SHADU SHETTY

BE, CSE

KOUSHIK SHETTY

BE, ISE

VACHAN SHETTY

BE, CSE

KARTHIK NAIK

BE, ECE

NANDI TOYOTA

 

Alva's Pragati


Alva´s Pragati is a cause driven placement initiative
, organized under the banner of Alva’s Education Foundation(AEF). Alva’s Education foundation is committed to the cause of reducing the unemployment problem that has affected the rural youth of this region and has been organizing mass placement drives like Alva’s Pragati and Chikkaballapur Udyoga Mela.

The Alva’s Pragati is one such venture of AEF that builds a strong platform that works to reach the employers on one end and to map, fine tune the aspirations of candidates on the other, with an intention to match them and hence generate employment opportunities. Alva’s Pragati unlike other mass placement has has created employment opportunities for the youth across various disciplines and streams including arts, commerce, science, engineering, management, sports, fine arts and para-medical sciences.

Alva’s Pragati 2016 expects a participation of more than 500 companies from various sectors IT/ITES, Manufacturing, Healthcare, NGO & Education, HR Agencies, BFSI, Telecom, Construction, Pharmaceutical, Hospitality and Sales & Retail. and more than 25,000 students from around 800 colleges within the state and adjoining states like Kerala,Tamilnadu,Andhrapradesh, Telangana etc. Last year 272 companies and 18000 students had participated, where 5,525 students were shortlisted for various profiles in companies.

AEF has more than 22,000 students and 19 institutions under its banner offering undergraduate, graduate and post graduate courses in various disciplines. AEF has been committed to the cause of creating employment opportunities for the rural youth that go unnoticed as they have limited access to employment markets. AEF has also been the chief organizer of Chikkaballapur Udyoga Mela (2011-2013) and the Mangaluru Udyoga Mela 2015.

Main objective:  To create opportunities by bringing together the corporate world and the young, un-employed aspirants of the rural surroundings of Dakshina Kannada and its adjoining districts.


Benefits to participating companies:

Companies participating in Alva’s Pragati gain

  • Facilities to conduct the entire recruitment process at one place, as there are 800 rooms (1000 Sq.ft) available.
  • Filtered applicants based on colour card, avoiding the wastage of time in processing non-qualified candidates.
  • Real-time segregation of data based on relocation, qualification, skills, language spoken etc.,
  • Accommodation and logistics totally taken care by AEF.
  • Follow-up of the selected candidates to ensure that they join you by the specified date.

Alva’s Pragati 2016

Added features:

With all the features of the previous versions, this time we have added new features for the benefit of both the participating companies and the candidates.

* Mobile App: an Android and iOS based App has been created to benefit both the aspirants and the participating companies. This will give real-time information to the candidates on companies participating with the job profile for the specific qualification.

* Orientation programme: To understand corporate expectations and recruitment process, job opportunities will be conducted at various venues in the district a few days before the event.

Alva's Pragati 2015

Alva’s Pragati 2015, the mass placement drive was held on 20th & 21st June 2015. More than 250 companies and over 20,000 students from 600 colleges participated in this drive. The previous years editions have witnessed participation of students even from outside the state of Karnataka.

Alva's Pragati 2014

Alva’s Pragati-2014, the mass placement drive was held on June 14th and 15th June, 2014 at the Alva’s Vidyagiri Campus in Moodbidri. The drive witnessed the participation of our 216 companies and 18,000 students. More than 4,000 offers were made to eligible candidates by these companies.

Alva's Pragati 2013

Alva’s Pragati 2013 was held on the 11th and 12th of May, 2013 at the Foundation’s Vidyagiri campus. It was a great success with 172 companies visiting the placement drive. More than 2200 candidates were selected by various companies. more than 12000 apiring candidates had visited the campus.

Alva's Pragati 2012

The banner of Alva´s Education Foundation has again reached the heights of achieving another milestone Alva’s Pragati – 2012 – a cause driven placement drive. This well renowned attempt by AEF along with placement team was initiated way back a decade which is even now undertaken by focusing on campus placement drives, training etc. the very aim of this initiative is to create and to provide a strong platform for the employers as well as the job aspirants wherein they both work together hand in hand on mapping and fine tuning the aspiration of the aspirants in order to match work requisites with the industry specifications. Alva´s Pragati 2012 has witnessed over 15000 job aspirants applying for various positions in 163 companies who participated in this placement drive.

Alva's Pragati 2011

Alva´s Pragati 2011 was overwhelmed by the positive response it received from 143 companies and the registration counters witnessed 15,000 enthusiastic participants applying for the various positions that were offered to them. The candidates were well placed in various highly acclaimed companies such as IBM, Infosys, ITC ,IFB, Axis Bank, Nexteer ,UAE Exchange, Oberoi Hotel ,Tech Mahindra, Aditya Birla Minax etc. and also 15000 students were registered and 3500 vacancies were filled.

Chickaballapur Udyoga Mela

 

Chickballapur Udyoga Mela is a cause that aims at connecting thousands of unemployed rural and semi-urban youth to the opportunities offered by the fast growing economy.This Udyoga Mela has been initiated by Dr M.Veerappa Moily,Union Minister for Petroleum,Govt. of India.SJCIT at Chickaballapur is the venue for this Mela.AEF placement team plays an important role in organizing and conducting this Mela with great deal of commitment towards fulfilling the cause.

The vision of this mela is to make the Chickaballapur Lokasabha constituency a model for job creation and making it a platform that connects the rural young job seekers with the employers across various sector. Chickballapur Udyoga Mela 2012 witnessed over 16000 job aspirants applying for various positions at 197 companies across various sectors. There were 32 companies in manufacturing sector, 39 companies in IT, BPO, KPO's,12 companies in insurance sector, 24 companies in retail sector,3 companies in security sector, 9 companies in textile sector,9 companies in automobile sector, 3 in health care sector, 9 in hospital sector and 12 consultancies participated in this mela.

Mangalore Udyoga Mela

 

With a sole aim of helping the job aspirants of the Dakshina Kannada District and to bring the youth to the main stream, a platform is created, wherein employers could choose suitable youth for their company as potential employees. Therefore, the district administration is intending to organize “Mangaluru Udyoga Mela -2015”. The main mission of Mangaluru Udyoga Mela is to create a platform for employment opportunity to the job aspirants of the District, wherein various major private and public sector companies would participate.

The Mangaluru Udyoga Mela - 2015 will be held at Canara Engineering College, Benjanapadavu on the outskirts of Mangaluru City, about 30 Kms from Mangaluru International Airport.

The `Mangaluru Udyoga Mela` is open to job aspirants of all qualifications across all vocational streams as well as regular educational disciplines such as Engineering, Medical, Para Medical, Diploma, ITI, Under Graduates and Post Graduates, SSLC, PUC, other courses and even un-educated youth.

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