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Report of Activities conducted

Programmes Organized:

1) The ICT Academy had organized 'The Bridge Conference' on 26th September at Hotel Le Meridian, Bangalore. Dr.Niranjan N Chiplunkar, Principal, NMAM Institute of Technology had participated in the conference and received recognition from Prof. Karisiddappa, Vice-Chancellor of VTU Belagavi, Chairman of ICT Academy Dr.Laxminarayana and CEO of ICT Academy Mr.Shivakumar for the active participation of the Institute in the academic activities of ICT Academy. nitte
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2) “Fresher‟s Orientation Program” – 25/08/2018
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“FRESHER‟S ORIENTATION PROGRAM” – 25/08/2018

Fresher‟s orientation program was organized for the juniors by the 3rd and 4th years to make them familiar about the department. A small presentation was made about the department so that juniors get an idea about the various events organized by the department. Our beloved HOD Dr. C Vaman Rao addressed the 2nd years and made them familiar with the department. He also highlighted on the achievement of the department and asked them to utilize the opputunities to them to a maximum extent. Few Games and culrural events were organized by the seniors for entertainment. This program was organized under Phoenix Association on 25th August 2018 in Shambhavi seminar hall from 2 PM to 4 PM.

3) 3 days training program on “Fundamentals of Computers and Information System” – 30th August 2018
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“FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTERS AND INFORMATION SYSTEM” – 30/08/2018

The Department of MCA organized a 3 day training program on “Fundamentals of Computers and Information System” for the Post Graduate students of Department of Public Health, KSHEMA Derlakatte. The first day of training was conducted on 30th August 2018. Ms Spoorthi P. Shetty, Mr. Anantha Murthy, Ms. Ramya and Mr. Puneeth B. R, were the resource persons for the first day. Second day of the training program was conducted on 6th September 2018. Dr. Karuna Pandit, Ms. Mamatha Balipa, Dr. Anand R. and Ms. Mangala Shetty gave insights on MS Access, Web and public health informatics with hands on sessions. The third day was conducted on 7th September 2018. Ms. Saritha Shetty, Mr. Balachandra Rao and Mr. Arhath Kumar were the resource persons. Prof. Mackwin D'mello, Assistant Professor, Department of Public Health thanked the Department of MCA for organizing the training program for students. Spoorthi P. Shetty, the coordinator of training program proposed the vote of thanks in concluding session.

4) IoT 1st Hands-on Workshop on “Programming with Arduino”- 1st September 2018
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“PROGRAMMING WITH ARDUINO”- 1/09/2018

The First Hands-on workshop of IoT on Programming with Arduino was conducted by IoT club Under CFSI at PG Research Lab, LC Block, NMAMIT around 2.00 pm to 4.30 pm on 1st September 208.

The main objective of the workshop was to provide the Hands-on training on the Arduino Microcontroller Boards. The workshop has successfully covered the following topics

  • Brief Introduction of Arduino Microcontroller boards
  • Basic Keywords and Variable declarations
  • LED Blink Project
  • LED Fade Project
  • Proximity Sensor Project
  • Ultrasonic Sensor Project
  • Small Talk on Mini Projects

The Resource Person of the workshop was Mr. Rajath Ramesh Bhat, 5th semester ECE dept. Designated as the President of IoT Student club under CFSI. The Student Coordinators who actively organized the workshop are Mr. Rajath Ramesh Bhat, Mr. Harshith S K, Mr. Alfaf Shaikh, Mr. Shravan R Pai, Mr. Vilton Sequeira

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“STUDENT OUTREACH ACTIVITY” – 1/09/2018

The central government has initiated Atal Tinkering Lab (AT Lab) in selected schools around the country. This program aims at nurturing the young minds to innovate in various fields of science and technology. In Dakshina Kannada Shree Vyasa Mahashri Vidyapeeta, Mulki is among one such school which got selected to set up AT Lab. A group of 8 students from the department of electronics and communication from NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte have visited this AT lab on 01/09/2018 along with faculty member Mr. Sukesh Rao M. This outreach activity mainly focused on helping the high school students to take the initiative to develop innovative ideas by using the resources of this lab. Aim of this visit was to introduce them to Raspberry Pi Kit and its application. During the visit Ms. Sinaida, Ms. Shreya gave demo on “Servo motor controller and tester”, Ms. Sowmya, Ms. Shravya on “Weather Monitoring Station”, Ms. Shravya , Ms. Krithi on “Weighing machine” and Ms. Shraddha S Bhat, Mr. Bhuvanesh S K. on “Smart Reader for the Blind”. This demonstration was concluded by delivery of closing remarks on to Raspberry Pi by Mr Sukesh Rao M and an interactive section with the high school students

6) A Talk on “Essential needs for Project and Literature Review” – 1st September 2018 nitte nitte

“ESSENTIAL NEEDS FOR PROJECT AND LITERATURE REVIEW” – 1/09/2018

The talk was held on September 1st, 2018 in two sessions. The first talk was delivered by Mr. Shriram Marathe, Asst. Prof. NMAMIT on the criteria of evaluation of a project along with tips for writing an effective report on any project. The second talk was conducted by Dr. Anil Kumar , Asst. Prof. NMAMIT, on creating an effective Literature review for a project work. Mr. Shriram Marathe, in his talk, gave an insight on the aspects to be considered while undertaking a project. It included the procedure in which a report needs to be drafted. Do's and don'ts were also discussed. The talk was very informative and useful. During the second session, Dr. Anil Kumar highlighted the importance of Literature Review in a project report. The various points to be remembered while including the introduction, body and conclusions were brought out. He highlighted about the importance of including references from reliable sources in the report. Both the sessions helped the students to understand the importance of going about methodically while undertaking a project. Insights into the nuances of writing a project report gave the students a more professional outlook towards it.

7) Workshop on “Basic Aeromodelling” – 1st and 2nd September 2018 nitte

“BASIC AEROMODELLING” – 1/09/2018

The Basic Aeromodelling workshop was conducted on 1st and 2nd September 2018. It was held at LC block, room number 31 and 37. It was a two day event. On the first day, the participants were introduced to the basics of aerodynamics and flight mechanics. Meanwhile, the winners of the contest TECH BEE were announced and prizes were distributed by Dr. Gururaj Upadhyaya, staff incharge and technical co-ordinator of Aeroclub. The participants were then introduced to the team, club activities and then a good, interactive session was carried OUT by the team. Once done with the theory session the next day, they were given Hands-on experience with the design and fabrication of unpowered gliders. Hence the participants where then divided into a team of four for building the glider. At the end there was a glider test.

The main aim of this workshop was to enhance the participant‟s knowledge regarding the basic aerodynamic and flight dynamics. That is, with the base of theoretical knowledge they were made to build an unpowered glider precisely. Moreover, apart from technical it was also to enhance their other skills like working in team, communication etc

During the workshop Dr. Gururaj Upadhyaya, department of mechanical engineering who is the technical coordinator of the club, gave a visit to the workshop and acknowledged the students about the club, club activities, and achievements. He also guided and mentored the students regarding the practical learning, importance of co-curricular activities and so on. The complete workshop was carried under the supervision of Infinity drones. Mr. Karthik B, COO of Infinity drones was there throughout the workshop guiding and mentoring the participants and the team.

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This workshop, not just made the participants learn about the aircrafts and its dynamics but also helped them in building a team, enhancing leadership qualities. It was made sure that at the end of these two days, they will capable to build and fly their own gliders. The effective student‟s corporation, mentors guidance and teams work made this event a grand success.Finally at the end, a glimpse and a brief introduction of our next RC workshop was given along with a live flying demonstration at BC Alva.

8) “Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp” for Final Year students of Civil & Mechanical Engineering– 5th September 2018 “WORLD nitte

“ENTREPRENEURSHIP AWARENESS CAMP” – 5/09/2018

Entrepreneurship Development Cell, NMAMIT, Nitte organized Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp for the final year students of Civil & Mechanical Engineering, NMAMIT, Nitte on 5th September, 2018. 215 students participated. This program is sponsored by Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, Ahmedabad. The programme included sessions on different aspects of entrepreneurship. The resource persons included Professors, entrepreneurs and people from eminent government body like MSME. The main Objective of the camp is to sensitize the students in the domain areas of Entrepreneurship Management & related tools. The speaker Dr. Sudhirraj K, Professor, Justice K.S Hegde Institute of Management, Nitte provided insights on entrepreneurship, who is an entrepreneur, qualities of entrepreneur, entrepreneurial success. He also spoke about startups with real time examples. Dr. Balasubramani R, Chief Project Leader, EDC provided valuable information on Digital Entrepreneurship. Sri. Sundar Sherigara, Asst. Director, MSME, Mangalore provided valuable insights on Micro, Small and Medium enterprises,different types of funds required to run a company, ways to source funds. He also provided useful links for knowing about startups, registering startup.

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“LEADERSHIP TRAINING CAMP” – 7/09/2018

Faculty of NMAM Institute of Technology had conducted a three days leadership awareness and training camp for the 9th standard students of Govt. High School, Kalya from 7th to 9th September 2018. The program was conducted as a part of Unnatha Bharath Abhiyaan and it was in collaboration with Rotary Club of Karkala.

The program was inaugurated by Rtn. Shailendra Rao, President of Karkala Rotary Club. Karkala AEO, Mr. Shivananda, Members of Karkala Rotary Club, HM of the school Ms. Sumana, PRO of NMAMIT Mr. Krishnaraja Joisa, and the resource persons where present during the inaugural function. The resource persons for the training were Dr. Venugopala P.S., Associate Professor in Dept of CSE, Ms. Ashwini B. Associate Professor, Dept of ISE, Ms. Ankitha Nayak, Assistant Professor, Dept of CSE and Ms. Anusha, Assistant Professor, Dept of E&C. The aim of the training camp is to enlighten the students with the leadership skills. The goal is to bring out the hidden skills of the students by conducting various activities related to personality development leadership. The program consists of activities and case studies that make the participants to think and respond based on the situation. Total 65 student of 9th and 10th standard had participated in the program. At the end of the program the students had expressed their happiness for being a part of this program.

10) Celebrations of “Teachers' Day and Engineers' Day” - 11th September 2018 nitte

“TEACHERS' DAY AND ENGINEERS' DAY” - 11/09/2018

Teachers' Day and Engineers' Day were celebrated in NMAMIT Campus in memory of Dr. S. Radhakrishnan and Sir. M.Visvesvaraya respectively on 11th September 2018. The felicitations to the Teachers who were awarded their Doctoral Degrees in the previous academic year were presented to Dr. Mithun B M, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Dr. Kumar H S, Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Dr. Jyothi Shetty, Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Dr. Karthik Pai B H, Professor & Head, Department of Information Science and Engineering, Dr. Ajit M Hebbale, Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Dr. Subramanya Bhat, Associate Professor, Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, Dr. Sarika Hegde, Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Dr. Venugopala P S, Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Dr. Suryanarayana K, Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Dr. Nithin Kumar, Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering and Dr. Anil Kumar, Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering.

The Felicitation to Engineers was conferred to Mr. Suresh Kumar Shetty, Mr. Srinivasan and Mr. Gopalkrishna of Resident Engineers‟ office of Nitte Campus. Amidst of Teachers‟ Day and Engineers‟ Day celebration, a book “Dhiyo Yo Na Prachodayaat” written by Dr. Divakar Bhat, Librarian, NMAMIT was released by Swami Aparajitananda, Chinmaya Mission Mangaluru who was the Chief Guest of the function. He in his speech stressed upon the 8 main qualities of a teacher namely Knowledge, Communication, ability to make the concept simple, interesting, must be accessible, must have control over time, thought and mind to be a successful teacher.

Dr. Niranjan N Chiplunkar, Principal NMAMIT welcomed the gathering. Dr. I. Ramesh Mithanthaya, Vice Principal & Dean Academics introduced the chief guest. Dr. Shrinivasa Rao B R, Vice Principal & COE introduced the teachers who were felicitated, Dr. Srinath Shetty, Resident Engineer introduced Engineers. Dr. Rajesh Shetty, Dean Admissions & Alumni Affairs briefed about the significance of Teachers‟ Day. Dr. Nagesh Prabhu, Head of the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering briefed about the significance of Engineers‟ Day. Dr. Subramanya Bhat, Dean Student Welfare delivered vote of thanks. Mrs. Shankari, Assistant Professor in the department of Electronics & Communication compered the program.

11) IN QUIZITIVE-“A Saga of Knowledge Based Qustions” -12th September,2018 nitte

INQUIZITIVE-“A SAGA OF KNOWLEDGE BASED QUESTIONS”-12/09/2018

The Computer Society of India, NMAMIT Student Branch organized an event “INQUIZITIVE”, a quiz competition on 12th September, 2018. Inquizitive was the first event conducted by Computer Society of India, NMAMIT Student branch. This event provided a great opportunity for the students with tons of knowledge. In this event, students from all the branches were invited to participate. Participants came in teams, with a maximum of 2 members. They were given a series of questions with options in the form of MCQ‟s. One preliminary round was conducted. The event witnessed active participation of 34 teams-68 students from departments of CSE,ISE and EC. The winners of this event were Mr. Glenn Thomas Alex from 7th semester and Ms. Pooja Muraleedharan from 5th semester Computer Science department. They were each awarded with Certificates and a Cash prize.

12)A talk on “Designing of Digital Circuits using Vedic Mathematics for Engineering Applications” – 12th September 2018 nitte

“DESIGNING OF DIGITAL CIRCUITS USING VEDIC MATHEMATICS FOR ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS” – 12/09/2018

ISTE Student Chapter, Dept. of IS&E organized a talk on the topic “Designing of Digital Circuits using Vedic Mathematics for Engineering Applications” by Mr. Pranam R Betrabet, 3rd Year Student, Dept. of ISE, NMAMIT, Nitte at LH 505 on 12th September 2018 from 1:30 to 4:00 PM. Mr. Abhishek S. Rao, Asst. Professor, Dept. of ISE introduced Mr. Pranam to the gathering. The speaker briefed on the significance of BCD numbers, viniculum number system, digital architectures, adders, subtractors, parallel adders, multioperand adders, compressors, multipliers, and floating point multipliers. Total count of 28 students from 3rd year, department of ISE got benefited from the session. Mr. Vasudeva Pai, Chairman, ISTE Student Chapter presented the memento to the speaker as a token of love.

13) Inauguration of Public & Defense Services Examinations Training Cell Activities for the academic year 2018-19 – 15th September 2018 nitte

“PUBLIC & DEFENSE SERVICES EXAMINATIONS TRAINING CELL ACTIVITIES” – 15/09/2018

Inauguration of the activities of the Public & Defense Services examinations training Cell of the Department of Humanities for the year 2018-19 was organized on 15 September 2018 at 2.00 p.m., in Sambhram Auditorium.

Around 200 students across the seven branches of engineering participated in the session. Dr. Niranjan N. Chiplunkar, Principal, in his presidential remarks applauded the efforts of the Department of Humanities in facilitating such an important training for the students. He appealed to the students to strive hard and take up the task of serving the nation through public and defense services. Dr. I. R. Mithanthaya, Vice-Principal & Dean Academics made a reference of the successful precedence already set in by many of the alumni of the Institute in the field of Public services. Ms. Rashmi Hegde, Head, Department of Humanities stimulated the students to be in their outlook towards public services and assured guidance for the related activities of the cell. Coordinator, Mr. Vishwanatha welcomed the gathering and Mr. Ramakrishna B faculty of the department proposed the vote of thanks. Mr. Sandeep Kharvi compered the program. Mr. Govardhan Naik, student E&C rendered the invocation at the onset of the program. A briefing on the general information of career opportunities in the Government sector and a comprehensive description on how to face competitive examinations was presented by the coaching facilitator Mr. Suresh of Sarvajna IAS Academy, Mangaluru.

14) A workshop on “Java Programming in Greenfoot and Alice” (Hands on) - 15th September 2018 nitte

“JAVA PROGRAMMING IN GREENFOOT AND ALICE” – 15/09/2018

The Institution of Engineers (INDIA) Student Chapter (IEI) in joint association with VISTA organized a workshop “Java Programming in Greenfoot and Alice” (Hands on) on 15th September 2018 for third year ISE students at LH500. Mrs. Prathyakshini and Ms. Sapna S from the department of ISE were the resource person for the workshop. Downloading the Greenfoot software, book scenarios and installation was done in first 20 minutes which was initiated by the coordinators. Ms. Sapna S initiated the first session by describing the components of the Greenfoot interactive development environment.

The creation of new Greenfoot scenarios was shown as a demo along with the different built in methods supported by the Greenfoot. Students were said to experiment these codes by running a new scenario. Mrs. Prathyakshini initiated the second session by explaining the concept of inheritance with an instance created in the scenario. Program testing strategies were explained by giving examples. Collision Detection was explained by showing a project on “Avoid the Traffic”. Also, a Greenfoot project on “ Greedy snake” was shown which in turn motivated students towards game development

15) An Event “kahaani mein twist” -15th Septemebr,2018 nitte

KAHAANI MEIN TWIST” -15/09/2018

An event “Kahaani Mein Twist” was organized under the aegis of the Computer Society of India, NMAMIT Student Branch on 15th September, 2018.The second successful event conducted by Computer Society of India, NMAMIT Student Branch was Kahaani Mein Twist, which was a wonderful opportunity for all those day dreamers, tale spinners and potpourri concocters to showcase their talent.A snippet of 3 to 4 lines were provided to the participants and they were asked to continue the story with their original thoughts. The word limit was up to 500 words. The event witnessed active participation of 25 members from different branches of the college.

The winner of this event was Ms. Anusha Anil from 5th Semester, Computer Science and Engineering department. She was awarded with the Certificate and Cash Prize. The student organizers were Chelsea Morais, Kritika Shetty and Sohail Abdul Azeez from 5th Semester CSE. Faculty coordinators were Mrs. Sharada U Shenoy and Dr. Udaya Kumar K Shenoy.

16) IonCUDOS OBE Software Training & Meeting – 15th September 2018 nitte

“IonCUDOS OBE SOFTWARE TRAINING” – 15/09/2018

Dr. Balasubramani R, Institute NBA Coordinator, organized IonCUDOS OBE Software Training & Meeting for Dept. NBA Coordinators &the faculty members of ISE on 15, September 2018. 25 faculty members from various departments participated in the program. Dr. Balasubramani R, as the resource person explained various features of IonCUDOS OBE Software and using the software to produce NBA related reports such as CO, PO, PEO attainments. It has been decided that the ISE department will act as mentoring department for IonCUDOS / NBA / OBE related activities. The IS faculty members will work closely with other department coordinators and ensure that every department is using IonCUDOS software to its full potential. They will impart necessary guidance / training to other department faculty members.

17) 2 Days workshop on “Arduino Workshop” – 15th & 16th September 2018 nitte

“ARDUINO WORKSHOP” – 15 & 16/09/2018

Robotics club under Centre For Student Innovation (CFSI) conducted its first hands-on workshop for the Academic Year 2018-2019 on “Arduino” on 15th and 16th of September 2018. The 2-day workshop was attended by 80 students from different branches and academic years. Students were divided into groups of 5 or 6 and made to sit in groups.The workshop began with an introduction to Arduino by Mr. Adithya M.D, who briefed the students on the basics of Arduino, its components and its working. The students were taught the basic interfacing of Arduino with led along with other basic program execution.

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Dr. Niranjan N. Chiplunkar, Principal along with Dr. I. Ramesh Mithanthaya, Vice Principal & Dean Academics gave their visit to the workshop. Principal talked about the importance of the workshops, what industry wants from us. Also spoke about the problems club currently facing and promised to provide a permanent place to club where we can work beyond college hours. Dr. I R Mithanthaya appreciated the club members for organizing workshop for all department students and asked to conduct many more for the coming academic year.

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On second day of workshop students were divided into 4 groups each of 20 and 2 groups were made to sit in each classroom as according to the arrangements made by the volunteers.

Four major topics taught during workshop were:

  • LCD and Ultrasonic sensor
  • NRF Module
  • Bluetooth and HEX Keypad
  • Motor Drivers and Servo Motor.

Each group were trained individually with these 4 topics so that they understand it better and providing sufficient time to clarify their doubts, if any. Refreshments were served to the students at 11:00am by Ms. Poonam Prabhu along with other volunteers.

1. LCD and Ultrasonic sensor:

Topic was explained by Mr. Abdul Razak Azeem to the students. First they were taught about the basics and the principle used in ultrasonic sensors to measure distance. Furthermore, interfacing of the sensor with Arduino, Introduction to LCD was also provided along with its working on displaying data. The interfacing of LCD with Arduino along with the code was also explained.

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Mr. Aboobaker Aiman and Ms. Aathira G Menon covered the above mentioned topic. As an introductory part, the students were briefed with the importance of NRF, such as its range, power consumption, data speed, etc. Then it was compared with the other available RF sensors such as Generic RF and LORA. Later each group were given 2 NRF transceivers. They performed oneway transmission of the data by giving a text message from one NRF and receiving at other. After which they were taught about duplex transmission of data, where NRF transmits and receives the data at the same time.

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Bluetooth and Hex keypad modules were explained by Mr. Adarsh and Mr. Shreyas, where Mr. Adarsh briefed the students on introduction and working of the modules, and Mr. Shreyas explained the interfacing of the modules with Arduino along with how to send and receive ASCII characters using Bluetooth, to control an led remotely through Bluetooth, and to give input using hex keypad.

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Mr. Anuj briefed the students on the topic of Motor drivers, the students were informed about the basics of H-Bridge and dc motors. The circuit of motor driver L298N was explained and its working was shown to the students using the Arduino code. The students were also taught to use PWM to control the speed of motors and the code was executed.Mr. Bhuvanesh briefed the students on basics of Servo motors. Their working principle along with its interfacing was also taught to the students. He also briefed the students on the use of control systems in servo motors

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The students who attended the workshop were requested to provide their feedback on their learning experience and the way workshop was conducted. Robotics Club coordinator Mr. Sharath Chandra thanked students for actively participating in the workshop and also each volunteer for their help. Workshop was concluded on 16th at 4:30 pm.

18) A One-Week Workshop on “Yoga Practice for Healthy Living Component” – 18th to 25th September 2018 nitte

“YOGA PRACTICE FOR HEALTHY LIVING COMPONENT” – 18/09/2018

A One-Week Workshop on Yoga Practice for Healthy Living Component was successfully conducted from 18/09/2018 to 25/09/2018 in NET gent‟s main hostel, NMAMIT-Nitte. Total 35 students were participated in the workshop. Workshop was conducted every day morning between 6:15 Am to 7:00 Am.

This workshop was part of series of workshops (yoga and pranayama) planned to conduct in the current academic year. This first workshop provides “Integrated Yoga Practice Module for Healthy Living” at basic level of yogasana practices and information, which is essential to learn oneself to be in the part of series of workshops. The workshops in series are planned to conduct as follows.

  • Workshop on Yoga techniques for effective concentration.
  • Workshop on Yoga practices for memory development.
  • Workshop on Yoga practices for flexibility, endurance, lung capacity.
19) Presentation on “gain free admission” (no tuition fee) into higher education Institutions in Germany for the final year engineering students - 26th September 2018 nitte

“GAIN FREE ADMISSION” – 26/09/2018

Department of Humanities in association with Admissiongyan Education Consultancy, Bengaluru organized a presentation on gain free admission (no tuition fee) into higher education Institutions in Germany for the final year engineering students on 26 September 2018 at the Sambhram auditorium of the college.

Mr. Gouri Shankar Panda, Co-Founder of Admissiongyan Education Consultancy made a comprehensive presentation on public and private universities in Germany and presented knowhow of their support for the competent international students in providing free education at their public universities. He spoke on various subject domains and how to go about choosing institutions based on CGPA and other skill sets. Students actively participated in the two-hour session posing their queries regarding admission process to international universities especially in Europe. Mr. Panda promised his assistance in their endeavor to study at foreign universities in future. Admissiongyan Education Consultancy is a professional education consultancy based in Bangalore, with several years of experience placing a good number of aspirants from NMAMIT and other colleges into the right universities abroad. The consultancy specializes in providing admissions to Germany, Ireland, Sweden, France, Netherlands and other overseas education destinations.

Dr. I Ramesh Mithanthaya, Vice Principal & Dean Academics, presided over the presentation and encouraged students to make the best use of the opportunity as well as seek relevant clarifications on the matter. Mr. Vishwanath, Assistant Professor, Department of Humanities coordinated the presentation.

20) Motivational Talk on “Learnings from the Optipace Journey” - 19th September 2018 nitte

“LEARNINGS FROM THE OPTIPACE JOURNEY ” – 19/09/2018

The Computer Society of India, NMAMIT Student Branch conducted motivational talk on “Learnings from the Optipace Journey ”on 19th September, 2018 in Shambhavi Seminar Hall. The speaker was Dr. P R Subramanya, Chief Executive Officer, OptiPace Technologies Pvt Ltd, Alumnus of CSE, IIT Powai, PhD from IISC.He made the student realize the importance of developing our ideas and bringing a good prototype and then turning it into a product. The difficulties and the investment and the strategic plans to build and deploy the product to the market. He threw a light on how to address the issues in society and find a solution which will cost minimal for common man by developing our own technology. He addressed the gathering about Solar computer and its restrictions and motivated the students on the importance of thinking out of the box and challenging oneself for the better. It witnessed the participation of 115 students and 20 faculty members. The faculty coordinator Mrs. Sharada U Shenoy

21) A Technical talk on “Beauty of Civil Engineering” – 19th September 2018 nitte nitte

“BEAUTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING” – 19/09/2018

A technical talk on “Beauty of Civil Engineering” was delivered by Mr. Y. R. Suresh, Associate Professor in Civil Engineering, on 19th September 2018 from 2 P.M. to 3 P.M. for the third semester students. He enlightened the students about the significance of Civil Engineering and the wonders a civil engineer can create and the practical challenges faced by him. Many special types of structures including high span bridges, auditoriums, stadiums, hydraulic structures, flyovers, tall structures, etc. were shown and discussed. Head of the Department Dr. Udayakumar G. and OCEAN coordinator Mr. Pradeep Karanth were present

22) CSI Student Branch Activities 2018-19 Inaugeration-19th September,2018 nitte

CSI STUDENT BRANCH ACTIVITIES 2018-19, INAUGURATION-19/09/2018

The Computer Society of India, NMAMIT Student Branch activities inauguration for academic year 201819was held on 19th September, 2018 in Shambhavi Seminar Hall.The Chief Guest for the Inauguration function was Dr. P R Subramanya, Chief Executive Officer, OptiPace Technologies Pvt Ltd, Alumnus of CSE, IIT Powai, PhD from IISC. The event was inaugurated by the Chief Guest by lighting the lamp. He shared his views on the importance of developing our ideas by not just making a good prototype but turning into a product which enables the development of Indian technology.He addressed the gathering about Solar computer and its restrictions and motivated the students on the importance of thinking out of the box and challenging oneself for the better.

ID cards were then distributed to the newly elected office bearers of CSI student branch by the Chief Guest present and Principal, followed by the office bearers taking an oath of responsibility.The CSI student branch newsletter- BYTES for the academic year 2017-18 was released by the chief guest.The plans for current academic year and report of the last academic year was presented by the CSI student branch Chairman Mr. Jason Mark Sequeira. Our Principal, Dr. Niranjan Chiplunkar motivated all the members to actively participate in the activities and keep up with the good work that CSI student branch was doing all these years. He congratulated CSI branch for getting two excellency awards last year and advised to maintain it. Dr. Udaya Kumar Reddy, HOD department of CSE, advised students to take up good technical work under CSI and excel in their field

23) Talk on „Advanced Industrial Automation‟ - 20th September 2018 nitte

“ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION” – 20/09/2018

Department of E&E Engineering and ELITES organized a technical talk on „Advanced Industrial automation‟ on September 20, 2018 at 3 pm at Shambhavi Seminar Hall. Mr. Himanshu Kumar, Director at INDWELL Automation was the resource person. Mr. Himanshu is an experienced director with a demonstrated history of working in industrial automation industry, skilled in research on Programmable logic Controller (PLC), Industrial Automation, Drives and HMIs. He has carried out Training to Diploma, UG and PG students at various esteemed institutions like, various NITs, MIT-Manipal, VIT-Vellore, PSG Coimbatore. He is also a Certified consultant for many industries. Mr. Himanshu introduced various concepts related to Automation and the scope and features of Automation industry. He explained about the preferences of PLCs over Microcontrollers, Use of PLC in controlling of AC drives, Use of SCADA and HMI. He also briefed about the training programs students can attend during vacation.The talk was attended by students of 5th and 7th Semester E&E Engg. Mr. Pradeep Kumar, Assistant Professor, Department of E&EE introduced the guest to the audience.

24) Motivational Talk on Career opportunities in Indian Navy-22nd September 2018 nitte

“CAREER OPPORTINITES IN INDIAN NAVEY” – 22/09/2018

Indian Society for Technical Education (I.S.T.E.) Students Chapter, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering had conducted a talk on "Motivational drive on Career opportunities in Indian Navy" for the pre-final year students on 22nd of September at Shambhavi Seminar Hall of N.M.A.M. Institute of Technology, Nitte. Lieutenant Joylan Glanel Mario Pinto, Recruitment Officer of INS Chilka eas the resource person who guided the students regarding career opportunities in Indian Navy. After a short introduction about the speaker, he began his talk with a short clip related to Indian Navy which attracted a lot of students attention. Later on, Lt. Pinto gave the audience a clear idea about difference between Indian Navy and Merchant Navy. Further he shared the data regarding the opportunities that Engineers of all the streams have in Indian Navy. He recommended the students to work as well as pursue higher studies. He motivated the students to serve for our own country. The geographical and physical beauty of different Indian Navy Ships was put up on the presentation made by the resource person which added colors to the words of wisdom.

Apart from the facts and data related to the career at Indian Navy, he also shared his life experience at the Indian Navy through a presentation. It was very fascinating to watch the success graph of the speaker from an Engineering Student to a Commissioned Recruitment officer at Indian Naval Ship Chilka. Lt. Pinto was very generous to distribute some reading materials regarding Indian Navy to the the audience. It was a two way communication and students where given opportunity to clarify their doubts with the resource person after the session. The speaker entertained almost all the questions of the students with clarity. At the end as a token of respect and appreciation Principal Dr.Niranjan Chiplunkar presented a memento to the speaker Lt. Pinto as token of gratitude.

25) A Technical Talk on “ETHERNET IN CARS” – 22nd September 2018 nitte

“ETHERNET IN CARS” – 22/09/2018

Department of Electronics and communication in collaboration with IEI chapter Nitte, had organized a Technical talk on Ethernet in Cars by Mr. Oswald Sunil Mendonca, senior Architect, NXP Semiconductors, Bangalore on 22nd September 2018 for 5th semester students. He elaborated about the requirements of autonomous vehicle, vehicle network requirements. Different types of architecture, zonal approach and the need of network which is secure reliable energy efficient and high throughput. He also discussed about the various networks used in cars like CAN, MOST, Ethernet, LVDS. CAN and MOST are not preferred because of lower data rates. LVDS has higher data rates but is expensive. Thus, Ethernet is preferred as it offers good data rate and is cost effective, quality, reliability. There is a high need for speed that leads to requirements of good HD quality camera, higher data rate requirement, lower latency, higher bandwidth.

He also highlighted about Broad R-Reach technology. This technology is an ethernet physical layer standard designed for use in automotive connectivity applications. This allows multiple in-vehicle systems to simultaneously access information over unshielded single twisted pair cable. This is achieved using PAM, which offers high SNR, overcomes problems of interference of ethernet with radio frequency, single wire cable is used which reduces cable weight. Various applications like AUTOSAR, Audio Video Bridging, Diagnosis over IP were explained. This session gave an insight of automotive electronics. It was very informative and an interactive session.

26) Intercollegiate coding competition “Coding Hackathon 2K18” – 22nd to 24th September 2018 nitte

“CODING HACKATHON 2K18” – 22/09/2018

Intercollegiate coding competition “Coding Hackathon: Best Coder of the Year” was conducted by IoT Club under CFSI in association with NAIN, a subsidiary of KBITS, Dept. Of IT, BT, S&T, Govt. Of Karnataka today at NMAM Institute of Technology. Over 350 students across Karnataka had written the preliminary coding examination for this competition on 22nd, 23rd and 24th September 2018, out of which 51 participants were shortlisted for Final rounds.

Formal Function started at 9.30am at Sowparnika Seminar Hall. Dr. Nagesh Prabhu, Prof. & head- Dept. Of E&E and College Coordinator, New Age Incubation Network (NAIN) was present as the Guest of Honor. Mr. Shashank Shetty, Regional Coordinator, NAIN and Assistant Professor of Department of Computer Science was also present as the chief guest for the function. The Staff coordinator of IoT Club Mr. Dileep Kumar M J, Assistant Professor, Electronics and Communication Department was also present.

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Mr. Shashank Shetty addressed the gathering and told them about the competition, NAIN and CFSI. Dr. Nagesh Prabhu in his presidential address briefed on the importance of IoT and coding. Ms. Kritika Shetty of CSE Department welcomed the guests and mastered the ceremony. Mr. Rajath Ramesh Rao, Student President, IoT club Conveyed vote of thanks. The registrations for the competition was held immediately after the function.

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39 students out of 51 were present and participated in the further rounds. The first and the second round were conducted in the Computer Science Department labs. The participants were given problem statements for which they were supposed to write programs. These rounds were hosted by Hackerearth, one of the sponsors of the event

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Post tea, the top 10 students were selected for the final round. The round was based on IoT programming and participants were given three Arduino-based questions. Mr. Shivam Potdar, 2nd Year-EEE from NITK, Surathkal bagged first place and received the Cash prize of Rs.10,000/-, Certificate and Goodies from Hackerearth. The Top 10 participants were provided with the Certificate and Goodies from Hackerearth and all the participants of Coding Hackathon 2k18 received Certificates.

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The major sponsors for the event were Hackerearth & Karnataka Bank, Media Partner Udayavani. The Event was judged by Ms. Tulasi Gayathri Devi, NITK, Mr. Dileep M J. Asst. Professor, ECE & Staff Coordinator, IoT Club, Ms. Ankitha A Nayak, Asst Professor, CSE.

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Mr. Rajath Ramesh Rao, Mr. Harshith S K, Mr. Alfaf Shaik, Mr. Shravan R Pai, Mr. Vilton Sequiera, Ms. Kiran Rao, Ms. Krithika Shetty, Ms. Asha Prabhu were the Student Coordinators. NAIN Internal Coordintors Mr. Krishna Prasad Rao, Mr. Puneeth R P and Mr. Rajath Rao aided their support for the successful Completion of the event. The event was conducted under guidance of Dr. Nagesh Prabhu, Prof. & Head-EEE, College Coordinator-NAIN and Dr. Niranjan N Chiplunkar, Principal, NMAMIT.

27) Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp for Final Year students of Computer Science & Information Science Engineering, NMAMIT, Nitte – 25th September 2018 nitte nitte

“ENTREPRENEURSHIP AWARENESS CAMP” – 25/09/2018

Entrepreneurship Development Cell, NMAMIT organized Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp for Final Year studentsof CSE & ISE Engineering, NMAMIT, Nitteon 25th September, 2018. 290 Students attended the programme. The programme was inaugurated by lighting the lamp by Chief Guest Sri. Praveen Kumar Kalbhavi, Co-Founder & Managing Director, Novigo Solutions Pvt Ltd, Mangalore. In his inaugural address, he emphasized that to become an entrepreneur one should have the passion on Entrepreneurship and along with the that hard work and talent also more important. He also mentioned that, availing Govt. facilities is very difficult, especially in India. Dr. Udayakumar Reddy, Head of CSE and Dr. KarthikPai, Head of ISE, NMAMIT, Nitte was the Guests of Honor. Dr. Niranjan N Chiplunkar, Principal, NMAMIT, Nitte presided over the function and delivered presidential address.In his presidential remarks asked the students to get maximum benefits from these programmes. Ms. Geetha, Program Coordinator, EDC performed Master of Ceremony. Mr. Vasudeva Pai, Department EDC Coordinator, ISE proposed vote of thanks.

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“TECHNICAL TALK” – 26/09/2018

A demonstration session on the concept Docker was arranged on 26th September 2018 by the Industry Institute Interaction cell of NMAMIT and department of CSE for the benefit of 5th semester students. The session was handled by Mr. Prashanth Shenoy, CEO of Unicode, Mangalore. He is also the aluminous of CSE department. Mr. Augustine Correa, CTO of Hackerspace Mumbai was another resource person.

The session was inaugurated by Dr. A. N. Parameshwaran, Director, IIC, NMAMIT. HOD of CSE department, Dr. Uday Kumar Reddy welcomed the guest and participants, introduced the resource persons and given an overview of the program. He highlighted the importance of knowing the docker concept in cloud computing. This virtual environment enables the developers to write code without much of computing resource at their end

It included the theory and hands on sections. During the session the concept of docker was explained and then the commands to create and work on a docker in cloud was shown. Later the students executed the commands to create a docker and implement a web application. The first four students who completed the application were awarded with a T shirt from Unicode. The program was coordinated by Dr. Sanju V. and Dr. Venugopala P. S, Associate Professors in dept of CSE.

29) Technical Seminars on "Concrete and concrete mix design and Augmented reality in construction" – 26th September 2018 nitte

"CONCRETE AND CONCRETE MIX DESIGN AND AUGMENTED REALITY IN CONSTRUCTION" – 26/09/2018

The first Technical seminar by Dr. Subhash Yaragal, was about “Concrete and Concrete Mix design”, will help participants to get an idea about the process of concrete mix design. They will also get an idea about proportioning, specifications and the standards related to concrete mix design.

The second Technical seminar by Prof. Raghavendra Holla, was about “Augmented Reality in Construction” will introduce participants to the various possibilities of AR. Students will learn how technologies like AR can be effectively used for construction purposes.

Technical Seminar Outline:

Participants of the Seminar will learn:

  • Basics about concrete mix design.
  • Factors influencing the mix design and essential requirements for the process.
  • Importance of technologies such as AR and it‟s application in construction field.
  • Possibilities of wide range of innovation in AR as well as in construction field.
  • Around 120 students from 7th semester B.E. Civil Engineering took part in the Seminar.

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    Closing ceremony took over in the presence of resource persons Dr. Subhash Yaragal and Prof. Raghavendra Holla ,HOD Dr. Udayakumar G, Ocean co-ordinators , Mr. Y. R. Suresh and Mr. Pradeep Karanth.

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    “INDUSTRIAL VISIT” – 29/09/2018

    The IEI Students‟ Chapter of E&C Department arranged an industrial visit to All India Radio, Mangalore for 5th semester students on 29.09.2018. Mrs. Padmavathi K, Mrs. Nagapriya Kamath and Mr. Ravindra K. S accompanied the students. There were 39 students in total.

    All India Radio is the largest radio network in the world and one of the largest broadcasting organizations in the world in terms of the number of languages broadcast and the spectrum of socioeconomic and cultural diversity it serves. AIR‟s home service comprises of four hundred and twenty stations located across the country, reaching nearly ninety two percent of the country‟s area and 99.19% of the total population. The industrial visit began with a roam along the outer periphery of the AIR campus. The students were shown the receiving antenna .The feeder present in the antenna would collect the signal from the transmitting antenna. The received signal would be taken through CAT Cables to a pre-amplifier and then to a power amplifier and then processed to obtain the original signal. The students were then taken to see the FM transmitting antenna. The transmitter of the antenna was kept insulated from the ground which had 14 elements in total; the top 6 were used by AIR station and then remaining 8 were used by the other commercial radio stations. The 6 AIR elements transmits the signals with a power of 10 KW and the other 8 elements transmits the signals with a power of 5KW. The students were informed about the transmitting antenna at Brahmavar.

    An insight on the propagation on the different modulation schemes was given. Frequency modulated waves propagated in the line of sight. Amplitude modulated waves propagated by means of reflection and refraction. AIR transmits signals at a frequency of 103.3.MHz by means of frequency modulation.

    The students were then taken to the AIR building. The architectural structure of the building impressed the students. The corridors were sound proof with perforations on the walls and the ceiling to absorb the reflected sound waves. Each room in the building was specially designed with such walls to reduce the effect of such attenuated waves which would add to the recording done through the microphone. Certain portions of the wall were kept rough to enhance the quality of the sound received by the microphone. The high walls of the room of teak wood were made for the same reason. It was told that it is necessary to keep the noise level below 65dB.Students were also shown some of the old equipments used for the recording purposes such as table deck. They were also told about the different types of microphones used at AIR.The students then visited the Master control room. The process of fading occurring in communication at AIR was explained. They were informed about the 1Kc tone played every morning for about 3 minutes for testing purposes. The Master control room was connected to every other recording room in the building. From this room, the current program being played on the AIR could be heard and monitored.

    Lastly they proceeded to transmission Studio. The temperature in the studio was kept at 18 degree Celsius in order to maintain the high power equipments in proper working conditions. There were 32 power amplifiers in the transmitting rack. A dehydrator is used in the room to keep the room moisture free. The signals for transmission were taken out of the room by thick copper cables.

    31) 2 Days Workshop On “Introduction to Web Development Using NodeJS” – 29th & 30th September 2018 nitte

    “INTRODUCTION TO WEB DEVELOPMENT USING NODEJS” – 29/09/2018

    Finite Loop Club under Centre for Student Innovation (CFSI) in association with New Age Incubation Network (NAIN), Dept. of IT, BT and S&T, Govt. of Karnataka conducted its first event of the academic year 2018-2019, a Skill Development Workshop on “Introduction to Web Development Using NodeJS” on 29th and 30th September, 2018.

    Finite Loop is a Coders Club under CFSI, which aims at giving a good perspective of development and encourages students to realize their idea through Coding, encouraging competitive programming participation and Inspiring the next. NAIN launched “Skill Development Programme (SDP)” under the banner of Various Technical Clubs of NMAMIT with the objective of improving the skills of Engineering Students from various domain and to teach them to use those technical skills to start their own ventures. Mr. Ankit Awal and Mr. Vishnu Prasad from Solert Devops Training Pvt Ltd, Manipal were invited as the resource persons to the workshop. The event started with Mr. Krishna Prasad Rao, Asst.Prof, Dept. of CSE giving a brief introduction of the resource persons. Mr. Puneeth R P, Asst. Prof, Dept. of CSE and Mr. Shashank Shetty, Asst.Prof, Dept. of CSE florally welcomed the resource persons.

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    Mr. Shashank Shetty then addressed everyone about the purpose of the club Finite loop, CFSI and also spoke about the various activities conducted under NAIN. Mr. Venkatesh Prasad Pai, final year CSE student and Ms. Pooja Shetty, final year CSE student shared their past experience of being in the club. Mr. Ankit briefed the participants about the various topics he would be covering during the 2 day workshop.

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    The first session on 29th September started in the afternoon in CCP lab. There were 61 participants for the workshop which included students from various colleges. Mr. Ankit gave an introduction to NodeJS and taught basic concepts and constructs of NodeJS. After the session was over snacks was served to the participants.

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    The second day of the workshop on 30th September 2018 was also held at CCP lab. In the morning session Mr. Ankit taught concepts like HTTPS/HTTP request, basic file handling, routers etc. Then during the short break snacks was served to the participants. After the break got over the session was continued.

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    In the afternoon, lunch was served to the participants at Sadananda hall. Post lunch, in the afternoon session Mr. Ankith taught concepts like OAuth, Authentication , Sockets and also a simple facebook login page.

    At the end of the workshop Ms. Deeksha Shetty, final year ISE student proposed the vote of thanks. Prof. Puneeth R P and Mr. Amar Prabhu, third year CSE student presented the momento to the resource persons. Prof. Puneeth R P then asked the participants to form a team of atleast 4 and atmost 8 and submit a project developed using NodeJS so that the participants implement what they have learnt during the 2 day workshop. He also mentioned that certificates would be issued only after the completion of the project. The participants were then served with refreshments and dispersed.

    32. Network Basic CCNA Workshop” – 29th September 2018 nitte

    NETWORKING AND BASIC CCNA WORKSHOP-29/09/2018

    The Computer Society of India, NMAMIT Student Branch organized a workshop on "Networking and Basic CCNA" on29th September, 2018.“Networking and Basic CCNA Workshop” provided a great opportunity for the students to understand the basics of Networking, which is the first step towards CCNA certification exams. The resource person for the workshop were Mr. Rahul , Ms Jovita D'souza and Ms Anaida Cecila Dlima. The resource persons are the 7th semester student of CSE at NMAMIT, Nitte. Mr. Rahul holds the first level of CCNA certification.

    The first session of the workshop was started by teaching about TCP/IP layers and OSI network model. Then,the knowledge about fundamentals of IPv4 and addressing and routing was shared.

    Along with fundamentals of TCP/IP transportation and applications. In the second session of workshop the concepts regarding using of command line interface, configuring of IPv4 address and static routes were explained along with routing algorithm and their configurations. The last session was analysing classful IPv4 Networks , Analysing of - Subnet masks , IP addresses , MAC addresses and Subnet design and vlsm- variable length subnet mask. The GNS3 and CISCO packet tracer were used by the participants.

    The workshop received a very good response and it witnessed active participation of 37 students from 3rd and 5th semester of Computer Science and Information Science department.The student organizers were Amrutha Umesh, Joyston Menezes from 3rd semester and Haas Krishna and Princiya Rodrigues from 5th semester CSE department. Faculty coordinators were Dr. Udaya Kumar K Shenoy,Mrs. Savitha Shetty, Mrs. Chinmai Shetty. >/p>

    II. Conferences/ Workshops Attended by the faculty

    1. Dr. D. K. Sreekantha attended and presented paper in National Training Programme on “Digital Marketing for Agribusiness” – 25th & 26th September 2018 nitte

    Dr. D..K.Sreekantha presenting paper in National Training Programme at JKSHIM, Nitte

    Justice K. S. Hegde Institute of Management, Nitte in association with National Institute of Agricultural Marketing, Jaipur has organized a two-day Training Program on "Digital Marketing for Agribusiness" on 25th & 26th September 2018. Dr. Ramesh Mittal, Director of National Institute of Agricultural marketing has inaugurated this training programme. About 39 delegates from throughout India have participated in this programme. Dr. D.K.Sreekantha, Professor from Department of Computer Science and Engineering, NMAM IT has presented an invited talk on Digital Marketing Platform for Former Produce Organizations and also participated in this training programme.

    2. Dr. Balasubramani R, SPoC-ICT Academy, NMAMIT attended the Asia‟s largest industry – institute interaction conference Bridge „18 – 26th September 2018 nitte

    BRIDGE ‟18 – 26/09/2018

    Dr. Balasubramani R, SPoC-ICT Academy, NMAMIT attended the Asia‟s largest industry – institute interaction conference Bridge ‟18 organized by ICT Academy at Hotel Le Meridien, Bangalore on 26 Sep 2018. The theme of the conference was “Fostering India for Industry 4.0”. The focus areas were: Fusing Technologies of IR 4.0, Disruption in jobs & skills, Future of Economic Progress, Strengthening our Education System for IR 4.0, Adapting to the Digital Revolution, Fourth Industrial Revolution – The need for Social Revolution.

    3. Project on Prediction of Vector Borne Diseases Meeting in KSHEMA, Mangalore - 25th September 2018 nitte

    Meeting with The Dean, Doctors from KSHEMA

    The Dean of K.S.Hegde Medical Academy, Mangalore has called a meeting on 25th Sep. 2018 at 10.30 AM to discuss on the data collections issues for Vector Borne Disease Prediction project. This project is a part of Fiabilite Svasethu Programme organized by Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering of NMAM institute of Technology, Nitte. Dr. D..K.Sreekantha, Professor in CS department attended the meeting along with two students of NMAMIT,Nitte



    Sl.No.Name of the FacultyDept.Deputed for PlaceDate of Visit
    1.Dr. Rekha Bandarkar
    Dr. A.G.Ananth
    ECTo attend the Indian Technology Congress 2018 meet Nimhans Convention Centre, Bangalore5th & 6th September, 2018
    2.Mr. Durga Prasad EC To attend the Indian Technology Congress 2018 meetNimhans Convention Centre, Bangalore` 5th & 6th September , 2018
    3.Ms. Sowmya Kini M Civil To attend and present paper titled “A review on various techniques to resolve traffic congestion using ImageProcessing” in the IEE International Conference on “New Trends in Engineering & Amp: Technology (ICNTET 2018” ) GRT College, Tirupathi Highway Tiruvallur Dist Chennai 7th & 8th September, 2018
    4.Dr. Nagaraja B.S PhysicsTo attend and present paper titled” Structural and Electrical Properties of Sr-Doped SmMnO3 Manganites” in the National Conference on “ Condensed Matter Physics & Applications MIT, Manipal10th &11th September 2018
    5.Mr. Shyam Prasad K. Physics To attend and present paper titled” Thermoelectric Properties of Copper Excess Cu2 SnSe3 System” in the National Conference on “ Condensed Matter Physics & Applications” MIT, Manipal10th &11th September 2018
    6.Mr. Grynal D‟Mello MechDeputed to represent Nitte Group of Institution for presentation at St. Aloysius PU College St. Aloysius PU College, Mangalore 10th September 2018
    7.Mr. Shivakumar KECTo attend and present paper titled” Investigation on Land Cover Mapping Capability of Maximum Likelihood Classifier-A case study on NoRth Canara, India” in the International Conference on “Advances in Computing & Communications (ICACC2018)” Rest, Kochi 13th & 14th September 2018
    8.Mr. Grynal D‟Mello MechDeputed to represent Nitte Group of Institution for presentation at St. Aloysius PU College St. Aloysius PU College, Mangalore 17th September, 2018
    9.Mr. Shashank CSDeputed to attend the Evaluation meeting –CS,EAG Meeting, DST at Institute of Chemical Technology Matunga, Mubai 24th to 25th September, 2018
    10.Dr. Balasubramani ISTo attend the Asia –Bridge 2018 -Industry Institute Interaction event by ICT Academy Hotel Meridian Bengaluru26th September, 2018
    11.Dr. Janardhan Nayak ChemistryTo attend the annual meeting of NSS Programme Officers of VTU Affiliated Colleges BMS College of Engineering, Bengalure 26th September, 2018
    12.Dr. Udaya Kumar Shenoy CSAttended "Indian Cyber Congress INCYCON" Sree Vidyanikethan Engineering College, Tirupati. 29th September, 2018
Programmes Organized:
    1. Familiarization programme for I year students – 1st August 2018
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“FAMILIARIZATION PROGRAMME” – 1/08/2018

Familiarization program for the first year B.E students of NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte was organised on 1st August, 2018 at Sadananda Open Air Auditorium.

About 800 students admitted to B.E course at NMAMIT attended the program along with their parents. Sri. N. Vinaya Hegde, President, Nitte Education Trust & Chancellor, Nitte (Deemed to be University) briefed about the Nitte group and wished the students a bright future. Dr. Niranjan N. Chiplunakar, Principal addressed the students and welcomed them to Nitte. Dr. Shrinivasa Rao B.R, Vice Principal & CoE explained the examination system, rules and regulations. Dr. I. R. Mithanthaya, Vice Principal & Dean (Academics) briefed about the academic related matters, rules & regulations to be followed and briefed about the importance given to co & extracurricular activities at NMAMIT, Nitte. He also said about the amenities provided by the college to help the academic related activities of the students. Prof. Vinaya B. R, First year Coordinator informed about the Student Monitoring Cell and its effort to help the first year students. Prof. Shalini K. Sharma, Head, Dept. of Placement, Training & Counselling gave an overview about the placement process that takes place at the institute. Dr. Subramanya Bhat, Dean, Student Welfare briefed about the student welfare activities which will be held in the campus and also proposed the Vote of thanks. Mr. Vishwanath, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Humanities compered the program. Soon after the formal function, parents and students were taken around the campus to familiarise themselves with the college campus and the facilities.

    2. Orientation programme for I year students – 2nd August 2018
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“ORIENTATION PROGRAMME” – 2/08/2018

800 freshers as one large group, were welcomed to NMAMIT on 2nd August 2018 through a carefully designed and planned, activity based Orientation programme with the help of 88 senior students. FOP serves the purpose of making the freshers comfortable, provides them anticipatory guidance, brings about healthy camaraderie between seniors and juniors and prepares ground for healthy, harmonious, purposeful life on campus

Mr. Bharath G. Kumar took charge of infrastructural arrangements, refreshments and lunch aspects. The office staff worked consistently well before the event in getting training materials organised. Vishbhav, Nikith Coelho, Vighnesh Shenoy, Sushruthi Pai, Hitha Rai and Divya Dayanand assisted centrally.

88 senior student volunteers were trained during their vacations from the 25th to 30th of August 2018 for the Freshers' orientation Programme this year. Prof. Shalini K. Sharma, who has designed and carried out FOP for over 20 years, gave all the volunteers, special inputs on the relevance of FOP, Self awareness, Etiquette and conducted a quiz to train them to be effective role models for the rest. All were taken through the various activities on the schedule, its purpose and method of operation. Mr. Suhrith D, Mr. Deon Fleming Dsouza, Mr. Prateek Shenoy, Mr. Pawan Bhandarkar, Mr. Rishabh Gujarati and Mr. Nitin Kishore were identified as Zonal leaders on the basis of their previous experience as FOP volunteers and dedication. They worked with their respective teams to ensure that things flow seamlessly.

    3. Mission Prerana for Change @ Induction - 3rd to 14th August 2018
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“MISSION PRERANA FOR CHANGE” - 3rd to 14th August 2018

Mission Prerana for Change @ Induction was held for 875 1st year students of 'B1'(Computer Science, Mechanical and Civil) and „B2'(E&E, E&C, ISE and BT) batches in 15 groups bearing fruit names from 3.8.2018 to 14.08.2018 with the active assistance of 15 trained faculty members assisted by 32 first year faculty (during their free hours). The programme was designed and executed by Prof. Shalini K. Sharma, head, counselling, welfare, training & placement, a mental health professional with 28 years of close association of working with adolescents in engineering schools.

Vision and Mission of Abhyuday, Employer Expectations, Critical thinking, Lateral/Creative Thinking, Logical Thinking, Professionalism, Effective study practices, Importance of Sleep & Learning, Stress, Higher studies & Career options available after graduation, Display of Inspirational Audios/ videos/Presentations, Eco preservation, Anger management, Inputs on why Nicotine, Alcohol, Cannabis need to be avoided despite temptations and peer pressure, Awareness on LGBTQIA, 90 minutes of activity based Gender sensitisation exercise for boys and a power packed Self defence session for girls (from a hired trainer), introduction to beneficial clubs on campus, address by campus selected students, introduction to the Indian Navy by an alumnus, Super brain Yoga exercises, exposure to debates, living in co operation, collaboration & harmony, appreciating diversity, inculcating humanism were the topics covered. Opportunity was provided to students to articulate their thoughts after penning them down.

    4. The First Session of IoT Club on “Introduction to IoT” – 4th August 2018
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“INTRODUCTION TO IOT” – 4/08/2018

The first session of IoT Club, Introduction to IoT, was held on the 4thAugust, 2018 at Sowparnika Auditorium. The session started with a formal function with the presence of Mr. Shashank Shetty, Asst. Professor of Dept. of CSE and CFSI staff co-ordinator, NAIN regional co-ordinator and Mr. Dileep Kumar M J, Asst. Professor of Dept. of ECE and IoT Club staff co-ordinator on stage, along with the Club president Mr. Rajath Ramesh Bhat of 3rd year ECE. Ms. Kritika Shetty of 3rd year CSE was the master of ceremony of this function. Mr. Shashank Shetty addressed the gathering about CFSI, NAIN and IoT club. Post formal function, the session began with the first part of the presentation with

Post formal function, the session began with the first part of the presentation with Mr. Rajath Ramesh Bhat as the first resource person. He spoke about the Introduction to IoT and its History, Application and Importance of IoT, Introduction to CFSI and the Club.s Vision and Mission.

The second part of the presentation was taken up by the second resource person Mr. Shravan R Pai of 3rd year ECE. He talked about Technologies used in IoT Club, Talk on Microcontrollers and Microprocessors, Project Management. Mr. Vilton Sequeira of 2nd year EEE took up the third part of the presentation. He addressed about Workshops to be Conducted and Future Expectations of the Club.

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Finally, there was an interactive session with the president and the students, followed by the registration of new members to the Club. 43 people registered in total.

The Student Coordinators for the workshop Ms. Asha Prabhu M of 3rd year ISE, Harshit S K of 4th year CSE, Alfaf Shaikh of 4th year CSE and Kiran Rayas of 3rd year CSE were also present. The Staff Coordinator for the workshop was Mr. Dileep M J, Staff Coordinator, IoT Club and Mr. Shashank Shetty, Centre Head, CFSI.

    5.Japanese ( From Ritsumeikan University) team visit to NMAMIT, Nitte.6th to 16th August ,2018
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JAPANESE TEAM VISIT TO NMAMIT, NITTE- 6 to 16/09/2018

A team of Japanese students from Computer and Electrical Engineering department of Ritsumeikan University, Shiga, Japan had visited the college from 6th to 16th August 2018. The team was lead by Dr.Takeshi Kumaki, Associate Professor. The aim of the visit was to extend the research collaboration with various departments of NMAMIT. Dr.Kumaki was involved in research collaboration with Dr. Venugopala P. S. Associate professor, Dept of CSE. In order to extend the collaboration with other faculty members, the team had visited the college and interacted with various faculty members. The team was consisting of six master degree students along with one professor. The team is expected to extend the ideas that are proposed by the faculty of NMAMIT and jointly publish papers in reputed journal. The collaboration may also lead to applying for funded projects in joint venture.

The welcome meeting was arranged on 7th morning at board room. Principal Dr. Niranjan N Chiplunkar, Vice Principal Dr. I R Mithantaya, COE Dr. Srinivara Rao, HODs Engineering branches, Register Mr. Yogesh Hegde department coordinators were present during the meeting. Principal introduced the college to the team and the team members were introduced to all. After the meeting, team visited the robotic lab of mechanical department and interacted with Dr. Muralidhara Rao.

On second day, the team visited Electronics and Communication and Electrical and Electronics department and Electrical and Electronics department and interacted with the faculty members. They had visited the embedded systems lab and studied the embedded systems projects carried out by the students. The team was welcomed and introduced to the department by Dr. Rekha Bhandarkar, HOD of ECE.

Third day the team had visited Computer Science and Engineering and Information science engineering departments to interact with the faculty members. The team was welcomed and introduced to the department by Dr. Udaya Kumar Reddy, HOD of CSE. Projects related to image and video processing, machine learning, cryptography and security are explained and demonstrated to the team.

On 11th of August, Dr. Kumaki and his team of students had given a presentation of their research work to the faculty of the college. The event was organised by the IEEE student branch of NMAMIT. Dr. Kumaki had given an introduction to various research domain of his department at Ritsumeikan University. He also requested the faculty to collaborate for research with the matching areas of interest. The team was happy about the knowledge sharing sessions arranged by the college and the faculty are working towards having further research collaboration. The sessions were coordinated by Dr. Venugopala P. S. faculty of CSE department with support from various faculty members of CSE, ISE, Mech, EEE and EC departments.

    6.A Technical Talk on “Recent Trends in Python Programming and its Future Prospects in IT Industry” - 8th August 2018
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“RECENT TRENDS IN PYTHON PROGRAMMING AND ITS FUTURE PROSPECTS IN IT INDUSTRY” – 8/08/2018

ISTE Student Chapter organized a technical talk on the topic “Recent Trends in Python Programming and its Future Prospects in IT Industry” by Prof. Shylesh B C, Asst. Professor, Dept. of CSE, MIT, Kundapura at Sowparnika Seminar Hall on 8th August2018 from 1:30 to 4:00 PM. Mr. Abhishek S. Rao, Asst. Professor, Dept. of ISE introduced the speaker to the gathering. The speaker briefed on the fundamentals of python programming, statistics of python programming in industry, tools used for python coding and also demonstrated on how to code in python and embed code in Raspberry pi microcontroller. A total count of 70 students from second and third year, department of ISE got benefited from the session. Mr. Abhishek S. Rao proposed vote of thanks.

    7. Celebration of “World Bio fuel Day - 2018” – 10th August 2018 “WORLD
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“WORLD BIO FUEL DAY” – 10/08/2018

On 10th August 2018, World Biofuel Day was celebrated by Udupi District Bioenergy Research, Information and Demonstration Centre (BRIDC), Department of Biotechnology Engineering, NMAMIT, Nitte. Dr. Niranjan N. Chiplunkar, Principal, NMAMIT, Nitte inaugurated the event by planting the biofuel sapling. The faculty and students of Biotechnology Engineering and NMAMIT-NSS unit planted 160 biofuel sampling by the help of BRIDC staffs.

    8. Inauguration of Nanoscience Research Laboratory – 11th August 2018
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“NANOSCIENCE RESEARCH LABORATORY” – 11/08/2018

Nanoscience Research Laboratory was inaugurated in the Institute on 11th August, 2018 by Dr. G. K. Shivakumar (former Director of NITK, Surathkal) Professor, Department of Physics & Director, Department of Basic Science, NMAMIT Nitte. Principal, Dr. Niranjan N. Chiplunkar, Chief Guest Dr. Prasanta Kumar Panda, Chief Scientist, Materials Science Division, NAL Bangalore, Guest of honour Dr. Veda Sandeep, Associate Professor, Incharge for Centre of Nanoscience and MEMS, NMIT Bangalore, Dr. I. Ramesh Mithanthaya Vice Principal and Dean Academics, Dr. Sudesh Bekal Dean R&D, Dr. Rajesh Shetty Dean A&AA, Dr. Balasubramani R., chief project leader EDC, Dr. Manjunatha K. B. H.O.D. of Physics, Dr. Ramesh Bhat , H.O.D. of Chemistry and H.O.D.s of other departments, Faculties and students were present on the Inaugural ceremony.

    9.Inauguration of the Institute of Smart Structures and Systems (ISSS) NMAMIT Chapter -11th August 2018
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“ISSS NMAMIT Chapter” - 11/08/2018

Institute of Smart Structures and Systems (ISSS) NMAMIT chapter was inaugurated by Dr. Prasanta Kumar Panda, Chief Scientist, Materials Science Division NAL Bangalore on 11-08-2018 at 10.00 AM in NMAMIT, Nitte. In his Inaugural address, he appreciated the Institute for availability of research facilities and also highlighted the importance of interdisciplinary research and its possibilities with the ISSS chapter.

Guest of honour Dr. Veda Sandeep, Associate Professor, in charge for Centre of Nanoscience and MEMS, NMIT Bangalore briefed about the activities and benefits of ISSS chapter. Dr. G. K. Shivakumar Professor & Director, Basic Science department, NMAMIT Nitte Spoke about the importance and involvement of faculties to carry out their research work. Dr. I. Ramesh Mithanthaya Vice Principal and Dean Academics in his address, appreciated the efforts and involvement shown by the staffs and students in the ISSS chapter and also requested the members to continue their collaborative work with ISSS. Dr. Niranjan N Chiplunkar, Principal, NMAMIT presided over the function and in his presidential address highlighted the various interdisciplinary research facilities and opportunities provided for the faculties and also for students by the institution towards the Research and Innovations. He wished all the ISSS NMAMIT members and requested to make use of all the benefits through ISSS chapter with continuing collaborative research activities.

Mr. Raghavendra Bairy, Asst. Professor, Department of Physics, coordinator of ISSS NMAMIT chapter welcomed the gathering. Mr. Shivaprasad Shetty, Asst. Professor, Department of Chemistry introduced the chief guest Dr. P. K. Panda and Mr. Bomme Gowda, Asst. Professor,

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering introduced the guest of honour. Dr. Veda Sandeep. Mr. Divijesh P., Asst. Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering proposed the vote of thanks. Dr. Anil Kumar, Assoc. Professor, Department of Biotechnology Engineering was the Master of Ceremony.

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Members of ISSS NMAMIT Chapter

Around 50 members of NMAMIT (both faculties and students) are attended the programme. After the inaugural programme, the keynote address was delivered by Dr. Prasanta Kumar Panda for the topic entitled “Development of Piezoelectric Smart Materials and Devices for Aerospace Applications”.

    10.VISTA Community Work – 15th August 2018
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“VISTA COMMUNITY WORK” – 15/08/2018

On August 15, 2018 Information Science & Engineering department students visited to following old age homes and school of special kids which was conducted by branch student chapter VISTA (Versatile Information Science Technical Aspirants).

  • Little Sisters of the Poor, Mangalore
  • Christa Sevakee Ashram in Parpale, Karkala
  • Asha Nilaya, Udupi.

This helped students in spending time fruitfully and celebrating Independence day in a noble way. More than 45 students participated in this event. This event was guided by Dr. Karthik Pai. B. H. HOD Dept. of Information Science & Engineering and coordinated by Mr. Devidas, Assistant Professor& VISTA coordinator with the help of VISTA students.

    11.Talk on “Design Aspects of Ground Mounted Solar PV Plant” – 16th August 2018
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“DESIGN ASPECTS OF GROUND MOUNTED SOLAR PV PLANT” – 16/08/ 2018

On August 16th, a talk was arranged by Electrical Integrated Team of Engineering Students (ELITES) on Design Aspects of Ground Mounted Solar PV Plant. The resource person was Mr. S. Lokabhiraman, Sr. DGM (Retd), Solar PV Division of BHEL-EDN, Bangalore. The talk was arranged for the final year students so that they get more insight into Solar Division across the country. Mr. Prajwal Puranik, a final year student hosted the talk and introduced the resource person to the audience. Mr. S. Lokabhiraman talked on various aspects of Solar Photo Voltaic System. There are various technologies under Solar PV, it being: Crystalline Silicon, Hybrid Solar Cell and Organic PV Cell. The cell and module Manufacturing consists of the following steps: Texturization, n-Doping, Anti-Reflection Coating, Front and Base Printing, Gathering of Solar cells, Lamination and finally testing of cell and modules.

The Solar PV Systems can be either Grid-tied, standalone or hybrid. The components of PV Plant are: Solar PV modules, module mounting structures and foundation pedestals, SMUs, PCUs, transformer, HT panels of C&R panels, station battery and battery chargers, lightning arrestors and earthing equipments, cables, HT metering cubicle, SCADA and Auxiliary transformers. Performance Ratio (PR) can be given by, PR= Energy Generated (kWh)/ {Incident Solar Energy (kWh/sq.m)*Plant DC Capacity (kW)} When design of PV Cells Unit is considered efficiency is a must. During the talk, S. Lokabhiraman explained about the various expansions in the field of Solar PV Cells. The students were also given an opportunity to ask any queries and discuss about the further development in Solar PV Cells. The talk was concluded by Mr. Prajwal and the idea of letting the students know more about Solar Cells was achieved.

    12.A Technical competition in association with Arkieva, Asia Pacific, Mangalore „Teck-KNO.18 – 17th August 2018
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„TECK-KNO.18 – 17/08/2018

    13.A Technical talk on the topic “Bioreactors” - 20th August 2018
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“BIOREACTORS” – 20/08/2018

ISTE in joint association with Phoenix (Dept. of Biotechnology, Student Association) organized a technical talk on the topic “Bioreactors” by Dr. Keyur Raval, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, NITK, Surathkal. The talk was organized in Shambhavi Seminar Hall on 20th August 2018 from 2.00 to 4:00 PM. A total count of 132 students and 14 Faculties from the Department of Biotechnology got benefited from the session. The master of ceremony for the session was Ms. Sneha Nayak, Assistant Professor, and Department of Biotechnology. Ms. Anushree M, Final year student, Dept. of BTE introduced the speaker to the gathering. Dr. C Vaman Rao, Head, Dept. of Biotechnology welcomed the speaker with a flower. Dr. Keyur Raval gave us an insight into recent advancements in Bioreactors like “Single-use bioreactors” where he highlighted on Journey of Single-Use Bioreactors from Laboratory Scale to the Production scale. He also stressed upon-Conventional bioreactors like CSTR, Roller bottles, and their drawbacks, History of Single-Use Bioreactors (SUB),Case studies of SUBs – characterization and application, Sustainability of SUBs and Future prospects .He also highlighted on the advantages of these SUBs over conventional bioreactors like low investment cost, less validation, more flexible, Reduced downtime from 6 hrs to 20 mins, increased productivity, faster entry of the product to the market and many more. Dr. Raval highlighted on Single-use bioreactors from various companies like Xcellerex, Sartorius Thermo Fisher, GE healthcare, ATMI and its importance in the present world was also highlighted. Finally how SUBs could reduce energy consumption and water usage which is a major concern was also highlighted. Dr. Raval also said that on the first single-use plant of 1000L production capacity has been installed in Reschler, Germany in 2017.

    14.Medical Project Field visit by CSE Students of NMAMIT in KSHEMA, Mangalore - 22nd August 2018
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Visit by the students to KSHEMA, Mangalore

Dept. of Computer Science has organized a field study visit for the Nitte Deemed to be University sponsored medical project Expert Systems Design for Predictions of Difficulties in Airway (Oxygen) Management. Dr. D. K. Sreekantha, the guide and four final year students have visited Anaesthesia and Critical Care department of K. S. Hegde Hospital, Mangalore on 22nd August 2018 Dr. Sripada G Mehandale, Head of this Dept and also the PI of this project guided us. Students were guided to OT where a doctors were making the patient ready for oxygenation. Dr. Sripada G Mehandale has explained the functioning of sophisticated equipment, components and shown us the live demonstration of Airway Management on a patient. Dr. Sripada guided explained how fibre optic bronco scope would be used to provide ventilation. Student are also visited Urology OT. Doctors have shown supraglotal instruments, Baska mask and laryngial Mask. Afternoon session, there was a discussion on software design and development. The students have demonstrated their software user interface to doctors and noted their suggestions. Students are interacted with Dr. Sripada, Dr. Sumalatha and his doctors team .

    15.Inauguration of Branch Association & Students Activities – 23rd August 2018 “BRANCH
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“BRANCH ASSOCIATION & STUDENTS ACTIVITIES” - 23/08/2018

The inauguration of Branch Association & Students Activities at NMAM Institute of Technology for the year 2018-2019 was organized on 23rd of August 2018 at 2 pm in the campus. Sri. Anand Rao, President and Group Head of HR and Admin, Polycab Wires Private Limited, Mumbai was the Chief Guest of the function inaugurated Branch Associations & Student Activities for the year 2018-2019 by lighting the lamp. He spoke about the importance of adapting ourselves to the changes seen in our workplace. Dr. P. Nagabhushan, Professor & Director, IIIT Allahabad was the guest of honour. Dr. Niranjan N. Chiplunkar, Principal of NMAMIT was presided over the function.

Vice Principal & Dean Academics Dr. I. Ramesh Mithanthaya welcomed the gathering. Dr. Shreenivas Rao B. R., Vice Principal & Controller of Examination read the oath for office bearers of different branch associations and class representatives. Dr. Subramanya Bhat, Dean Student Welfare delivered Vote of Thanks. Mr. Pawan and Ms. Nidhi, Students of Bachelor of Engineering were the Master of Ceremony.

    16.Industry Visit : Infosys DC, Mangaluru - 24th August 2018 “INDUSTRY
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A one-day Industrial Visit to Infosys D C, Mangaluru was organized on August 24, 2018 (Friday) for 5th semester CS & IS and 3rd Semester MCA Students. 48 students of ISE department participated in this industrial visit. This visit was accompanied by three Lecturers- Mr. Devidas (Asst. Prof. ISE), Mr. Sandeep Hegde (Asst. Prof. CSE) and Mr. Anantha Murthy (Asst. Prof. MCA).In the Infosys DC office, students were given a short introduction of what Infosys does as a company by Ms. Veena. A presentation on Introduction to Data Science was given by Mr. Ravi, in which students were interactive by asking questions relevant to the topic.

This trip was highly useful to the students to understand the work culture of Infosys along with the information given about Data Science. This trip would also help them to find placement opportunities in Infosys as they know more about the company now.

    17.One Day Workshop on “3D Miniature Modelling” - 28th August 2018
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“3D MINIATURE MODELLING” – 28/08/2018

3DMiniature Modelling Workshop was organised by the department of Civil Engineering in collaboration with OCEAN and Sai CADD Bangalore. The main purpose of the workshop was to help the students in creating a 3-D model of simple projects. The students were introduced to the basic concepts of structures and preparation of layouts. A total of 120 students from 5th semester B.E. Civil Engineering participated in the workshop. During the workshop students were given training on-

  • The students were given a brief introduction about 3-D Miniature Modelling
  • The pictures of various types of models were shown to give a basic idea
  • The students were divided into groups with 10 members in each
  • The required materials were provided by the Sai CADD team
  • The details of different scale ratios used for different models were introduced
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3D Miniature models done by students

    18.A Workshop on Internet of Things Project Implementation “A Hand on Experience” - 29th & 30th August 2018
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“A HAND ON EXPERIENCE” - 29 & 30/08/2018

Dept. of Computer Science and Eng., Information Science and Eng. of NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte together have organized a workshop IoT Projects Implementation - A hands on experience on 29th and 30th August 2018 in Research & Innovation Centre. About 40 students of IoT audit course 2017-18 and other registered students of fifth semester CSE and ISE have participated in this workshop. Dr Niranjan N. Chiplunkar, the Principal has inaugurated this workshop. Dr. I. R. Mithanthaya, the Vice Principal and Dean Academics has delivered the key note address. Dr. D. K. Sreekantha, IoT coordinator has welcomed all.

Dr. D. K. Sreekantha and Mr. Jason Elroy Martis, Mr. Abhir Bhandary, Mr. Sannidhan and Mr. Mahesh Kini were the resource persons for this work shop. The resource persons have demonstrated how to build IoT projects using Arduino and Raspberry Pi boards. The students were formed in to six teams and each team was provided with IoT tool kit. The students are assigned simple projects to implement. The students from ACE have volunteered in this workshop. Mrs. Chitra N has mentored the students in implementing the projects on these two days.

    19.One Day Workshop on “3DS MAX SOFTWARE" – 29th August 2018
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“3DS MAX SOFTWARE" – 29/08/2018

A One day Workshop on 3DS MAX SOFTWARE was organised by the department of Civil Engineering in collaboration with OCEAN and Sai CADD Bangalore on 29/8/2018. The main purpose of the workshop was to help the students in creating a 3-D model of simple projects. Using the software. Participants got an introduction and insight into the various tools that the mighty software, 3DS Max has offering. They are exposed on how to create a 3D model of a simple project and enhance it with various features of the software. A theory session followed by a practice session in the Apply finishing to doors, windows, floors etc. Around 90 students from 7th semester B.E , Civil Engineering took part in the day.s workshop.

Formal inaugural function took over in the presence of Vice- Principal and Dean (Academics), Dr. I. R. Mithanthaya. The workshop was formally inaugurated by the resource person for the day, Mr. Manjunath Reddy, Director, Sai CAD Centre, Bangalore through lighting of the lamp. The HOD later briefed about the purpose of the workshop followed by the Presidential speech by the Vice-Principal. Ocean co-ordinators Mr. Y.R Suresh and Mr. Pradeep Karanth and other senior faculty members were present. Ms. Ojaswi from 7thsem was the Master of Ceremony for the inaugural function.

    20.A Technical Talk on “Teaching and Learning Communication Engineering Concepts Using Simulink and SDR” - 29th August 2018
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“TEACHING AND LEARNING COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING CONCEPTS USING SIMULINK AND SDR” – 29/08/2018

The Student Association of the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, ELECSA in collaboration with the IEEE Student Chapter, N.M.A.M. Institute of Technology, Nitte, has organized a Technical Talk on “Teaching and Learning Communication Engineering Concepts Using Simulink and SDR” on 29th August 2018 at Shambhavi Auditorium. Dr. Prashantha Kumar H., Assistant Professor, Department of E&CE, N.I.T.K., Surathkal was the resource person. Dr. Prashanth Kumar, in his talk in the forenoon has given an insight into history of the communication as a global perspective. He has highlighted the prominent inventions and discoveries in this area. He also has presented the basic blocks of communication systems using SIMULINK. In the afternoon session, he has demonstrated the implementation of Amplitude Modulation and Frequency Modulation techniques with real time inputs. He has encouraged the faculty and students to carry out similar experiments for the better understanding of the concepts. Around 100 pre-final year students and faculty from the Department of E&CE of the institution have actively participated in the event.

    21.Branch Familiarisation and Elites Inaugural – 30th August 2018
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“BRANCH FAMILIARISATION AND ELITES INAUGURAL” – 30/08/2018

A familiarisation program was held for 2nd year students on August 30, 2018. The program was begun with the blessings of almighty by a prayer song sung by Ms. Kruthi and Ms. Soubhagya. Ms. Raksha Bhat of final year welcomed the gathering. It was followed by lighting of lamp by the HoD, Elites Coordinator, faculty and students. The Formal Function was hosted by Ms. Sneha Bhat of final year.

Dr. Nagesh Prabhu, Head of the Department addressed the second year students on the various activities of the branch. He encouraged them to put in their complete efforts to grow as an electrical engineer. The formal function was concluded by Vote of Thanks by Mr. Puneeth, Vice President of Elites. The Elites Coordinator, Mr. Md Abdul Raheman addressed the students regarding Outcome Based Education and Outcome Based Accreditation. He explained the importance of Mission, Vision, PEOs, POs and COs.The informal function was hosted by Sushruthi S Pai, a final year student.

Placement Activities:

Placement details for the year 2018-19 as of date

Sl.No.Company NameDate of campus interviewNo. of positions offered CTC offered
1.Nutanix Technologies08.08.2018 02 18.5
2.VMWareOnline test: 07.08.2018 Interviews: 10.08.201803 10.75
3.Informatica 13th& 14th August 201802 8.28 ( 8.03,631+ Rs. 25,000 Rel. all.)
4.MScripts20.08.201806 7.2
5.NetskopeOnline test: 21.08.2018 Interviews: 24.08.2018 07 9.0
6.Siemens Healthcare 27th& 28th August 201805 5.5
7.Global Delight Technologies29.08.20185 shortlisted for the final HR round to be held today at 3.00 pm5.0

II. Conferences/ Workshops Attended by the faculty

Sl.No.Name of the FacultyDept.Deputed for PlaceDate of Visit
1.Dr. Shashikanth Karinka
Dr. Nithin Kumar
Mr. Melwin Rajesh
Mechto visit company and attend FPSI award ceremony at Bangalore FPSI Office Bangalore4th August, 2018
2.Mr. Pradeep Kumar
Mr. Raghavendra Pai
EE
Mech
To attend the “Faculty Knowledge Sharing Programme” Hotel Deepa Comforts, Mangalore 4th August , 2018
3.Dr. Muralidhar
Dr. Surendra Shetty
Mech
MCA
To attend one day workshop on “ Implementation of new AICTE Model Curriculum PG Courses” BNM Institute of Technology, Bangalore 6th August, 2018
4.Mr. Gururaj K.G. (M.Tech. Student)Mech.To attend and present his paper entitled “ Development of Low cost System for Condition Monitoring of Rolling Element Bearing using MEMS Based Accelerometer” in the International Conference & SJCE , Mangalore 10th &11th August Pre- Conference workshop on “Emerging Trends in Mechanical Engineering” SJCE , Mangalore10th &11th August
5.Mr. Raghavendra PaiMech. To attend and present paper titled” First pass yield improvement in fuel injunction pump delivery value assembly” in the International Conference on “ Emerging trends in Mechanical Engineering” St. Joseph College of Engineering, Mangalore10th & 11th August, 2018
6.Dr. K.V.SSSS Sairam ECTo attend the two days IEEE International Conference on “Distributed Computing VLSI, Electrical Circuits and Robotics (DISCOVER)” MITE, Moodabidri13th & 14th Aug. 2018
7.Dr. Nagesh PrabhuEETo attend the two days IEEE International Conference on “Distributed Computing VLSI, Electrical Circuits and Robotics (DISCOVER)”MITE, Moodabidri13th & 14th Aug. 2018
8.Dr. Nagesh PrabhuEETo meet Dr. Saji Salakalochan, IISc Campus and to attend IEEE PES Industry Academia ConclaveDayananda Sagar College of Engineering, Bangalore 18th August, 2018
9.Ms. Prathyakshini
Ms. Sapna S.
ISE To attend the Faculty Development Programme on “JAVA Fundamentals and JAVA Programming by ORACLE”Sahyadri College of Engg. & Management 27th to 31st August, 2018
10.Mr. Aneesh JoshMechTo attend the workshop on “Advanced Measurement & Control”MIT, Manipal25th to 29th June, 2018
Programmes Organized:
    1.Graduation Day Ceremony – 7th July 2018
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“GRADUATION DAY” - 7/07/2018

NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte, Karkala celebrated its 10th Graduation Day ceremony at the institute premises on 7th July 2018. Dr. K. Chidananda Gowda, Former Vice Chancellor of Kuvempu University was the chief guest of the function. In his graduation day address, Dr. Chidananda Gowda, emphasized on 20 Engineering achievements that have had the greatest impact on quality of life in the 20th century. He also spoke about the technological trends & implications of 21st Century. He wished all the graduates a professional success and requested all to be a part of value-based technological development of the world.

Sri. N. Vinay Hegde, President, Nitte Education Trust and Chancellor of Nitte deemed to be University who had presided over the ceremony, in his presidential address congratulated the graduates on becoming professionals and urged them to do justice to their profession. Graduates who passed out during the academic year 2017-18 received their graduation certificates during the occasion.

Gold and Silver medals were awarded to the following students:

Gold Medalists
B.E
REESHABIOTECHNOLOGY
SUSHMITHA SHETTIGARCIVIL ENGINEERING
SHRADDHA BHATCOMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
SINDHU MALLYAELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
RAMYAELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
MEGHANA RAOINFORMATION SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
PREETHESH DSOUZAMECHANICAL ENGINEERING
M.Tech
SANDHYA SCOMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
NIKSHEPACOMPUTER NETWORK ENGINEERING
SUDEEP N SENERGY SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
LANEETH NAMBISANMACHINE DESIGN
VARDHANA MVLSI DESIGN & EMBEDDED SYSTEMS
NISCHITHADIGITAL ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION
ROOPALAXMI YERDOORSTRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
RAKSHA B SCONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY
SWATHI KHANDIGEPOWER ELECTRONICS
MCA
RANJITHAMASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATION
SILVER MEDALISTS :
B.E
DEENA TONSEBIOTECHNOLOGY
VARSHINI V N POOJARYCIVIL ENGINEERING
RADHIKA NAMBIARCOMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
M SUDARSHAN SHENOYELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
RAKSHAELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
NIKHITHA V KOTIANINFORMATION SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
JASON NIGEL DSOUZAMECHANICAL ENGINEERING
M.Tech
ASHWITHA T ACOMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
RANJITH SHETTY KENERGY SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
ABHIJITH SMACHINE DESIGN
REBECCA ANGELA FERNANDESVLSI DESIGN & EMBEDDED SYSTEMS
ADITHYA KUMARDIGITAL ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION
KAUSHIK MADHYASTHA NSTRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
AKSHAYA KRISHNA NCONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY
JIVITHA APOWER ELECTRONICS
MCA
SNEHA S KOTIANMASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATION

Dean Student Welfare Dr. Subramanya Bhat, Dr. Parameshwaran, Director of Industry Institute Collaboration, and heads of various departments were in the stage during the event.

Dr. Niranjan N. Chiplunkar, Principal of NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte welcomed the gathering and presented the annual report of the Institution of the year 2017-18. Vice Principal and Dean (Academics) Dr. I. R. Mithanthaya read out the names of gold and silver medalists. Dr. Muralidhara, PG Coordinator read out the names of M.Tech. graduates. Dr. Karuna Pandith, Professor in the department of MCA read out the names of MCA graduates. Vice Principal and Controller of Examination Dr. Srinivas Rao B. R. proposed vote of thanks. Mr. Shashank Shetty, Asst. Professor , Dept of Computer Science and Engineering was the Master of Ceremony.

    2. Faculty Induction Programme on “Teaching Engineering and Pedagogy for Effective Implementation of Outcome based Education” – 16th July 2018
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“TEACHING ENGINEERING AND PEDAGOGY FOR EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF OUTCOME BASED EDUCATION” - 16/07/2018

AICTE-ISTE sponsored Faculty Induction Programme on “Teaching Engineering and Pedagogy for Effective Implementation of Outcome based Education” was inaugurated by Dr. Sudhindra Nath Panda, Director, NITTTR, Chennai on 16-07-2018 at 11.30 AM in NMAMIT, Nitte. He gave a keynote lecture on “Role of Engineering Teacher”, wherein he emphasized the changing role of an engineering teacher in this new world. With several examples he dealt upon the desired characteristics of a good teacher and provided lots of hints about how to apply and where to apply for research funding etc. Dr. Niranjan N Chiplunkar, Principal, presided over the function and suggested to fuse the old „gurukul system‟ and the new „outcome based education‟. Dr. Shashikantha Karinka, Head, Dept. of Mechanical Engg., welcomed the gathering. Dr. Srinivasa Pai P, Coordinator briefed about the induction programme and introduced the chief guest. Dr. Subrahmanya Bhat K., Dean (Student Welfare) and Coordinator proposed the vote of thanks. 40 participants from colleges in and around Nitte, Pune, Coimbatore and Kerala are participating in this national level programme.

    3. WENAMITAA – Alumni Association of NMAMIT, Nitte - Silver Reunion of 89-93 batch - 20th July 2018
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“ALUMNI ASSOCIATION” – 20/07/2018

The Silver reunion of 89-93 batch was celebrated on 20th July, 2018 at Sambhram Auditorium, NMAMIT Nitte. Captain Ganesh Karnik was the Chief Guest for the formal program and Principal (NMAMIT) Dr. Niranjan N. Chiplunkar presided over the function. Wenamitaa President Dr. Surendra Shetty, Treasurer Mrs. Prabha Niranjan, Joint Secretary Mrs. Shrividya G., Former Principal Prof. G.R. Rai, and Dr. K. M. Hegde, Vice Principal & Dean (Academics) of NMAMIT, Dr. I. Ramesh Mithanthaya, Dean Admissions and Alumni Affairs Dr. K.Rajesh Shetty, Heads of various departments, faculty alumni members and Alumni 89-93 Silver Reunion batch were present during the program.

Wenamitaa President Dr. Surendra Shetty welcomed the gathering and gave a brief introduction about the program. Dr. K. Rajesh Shetty, Dean (Admissions and Alumni Affairs) addressed the importance of alumni association with respect to the growth of the institution and also introduced the other wings of alumni association. The Chief Guest of the program Captain Ganesh Karnik expressed that contribution by the alumni helps in all round development of their Alma mater, leading the institution in global level. He also stressed that alumni should unite and help the institution to grow.

Former Principal Prof. G. R. Rai recapped his memories as the principal of the institution when 89-93 batch were studying. In his presidential remark Principal NMAMIT, Dr. Niranjan N. Chiplunkar gave a brief introduction of the milestones of the institution and various activities being carried out by the institution. Mrs. Mamatha Prasad, Alumni of 89-93 batch shared her thoughts about the reunion and remembered her days in Nitte as a student and also as faculty member. Mr. Deepak Baliga, Mr. Bhanuprasad and Mr. K. Gopalakrishna Rao shared their opinions and remembered their life in Nitte during their student days. Wenamitaa treasurer, Mrs. Prabha Niranjan proposed vote of thanks.

    4. Faculty Development Program on “Data Science & Big Data Analytics” - 23rd to 27th July 2018
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“DATA SCIENCE & BIG DATA ANALYTICS” – 23/07/2018 to 27/07/2018

Dept. of ISE, NMAMIT organized a Five Days Faculty Development Program on “Data Science & Big Data Analytics” in association with ICT Academy, Bangalore. 30 faculty members (15 internal & 15 external) participated in the FDP. Dr. Balasubramani, SPoC-ICT Academy and welcomed the gathering. Mr. Vishnu Prasad, State Head, ICT Academy, Karnataka was the Chief Guest. Mr. Basavadarshan, Relationship Manager, ICT Academy was the Guest of Honor. Mr. ShanmugavelSomu, Training Manger, ICT Academy & Ms. FareehaHareem, Technical Trainer, ICT Academy were the resource persons. Dr. Niranjan N Chiplunkar, Principal, NMAMIT presided over the event and delivered presidential address. Ms. Ashwini proposed vote of thanks. The FDP covered the following topics: Introduction to Big Data Analytics, Data Analytics Lifecycle, Review of Basic Data Analytic Methods using R, Advanced Analytics – Theory and Methods, Time Series Analysis, Hadoop, HDFS and Lab Exercises.

    5. One week Faculty Development Programme on IOT Projects – “A Hands on Experience” - 23rd to 28th July 2018
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“A HANDS ON EXPERIENCE” – 23/07/2018 to 23/07/2018

Department of Computer Science and Engineering of NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte has organized One week FDP on IOT Projects - A Hands on Experience from 23rd to 28th July, 2018. The 30 faculty and research scholars from CSE, ISE and ECE departments from NMAM IT and other colleges have participated in this FDP in Logic Design Lab of CSE Dept. The resource persons are Mr. Rakesh Joshi and Mr. Vishnu Prasad from Swadeshi Company, Udupi. The Principal of NMAM IT, Dr. Niranjan N. Chiplunkar has inaugurated the conference on 23rd July at 10AM.

The first two days i.e on 23rd and 24th July the programmes one Arduino Mega Board were implemented and on 25th the programmes were implemented using Raspberry PI 3 Board were executed. On 26th and 27th July the faculty has implemented the concepts learned in their real time projects of their interests. Six faculty teams were formed from participants and each team worked on one projects.On 28th July at 11A.M the valedictory programme of FDP was organized. The Vice Principal and Controller of Examination Dr. Sreenivasa Rao B. R. has presided over the function. The coordinator Dr. D. K. Sreekantha has presented a report on the activities of this FDP. Each team demonstrated their projects and The Vice principal has interacted with teams and appreciated the projects. One faculty from each department has shared their learning experience. Dr. Venugopala P. S. has presented the vote of thanks.

    6.Six-days Faculty Development Programme on “Design, Analyses and Hardware Implementation of Switched Mode Power Converters” - 23rd to 28th July 2018
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“DESIGN, ANALYSES AND HARDWARE IMPLEMENTATION OF SWITCHED MODE POWER CONVERTERS” - 23/07/2018 to 28/07/2018

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, NMAMIT, Nitte organized a Six-day Faculty Development Programme on Design, Analyses and Hardware Implementation of Switched Mode Power Converters from 23 to 28 July, 2018. The programme was inaugurated by Sri. Milind Dighrasker, Co-Founder Enstin Labs, Bengaluru on 23 July at 10 a.m. in Sowparnika Seminar Hall. Dr. Niranjan N Chiplunkar, Principal, presided over the function; Dr. Shrinivasa Rao B. R., Vice-Principal and Controller of Examinations; Dr. Nagesh Prabhu, HoD, E&E and FDP Programme Chair graced the occasion.

Dr. Suryanarayana K, FDP Coordinator, welcomed the gathering and proposed a detailed plan of action for the six days. He mentioned that Experts from companies like Texas Instruments and Tektronix will also take a few sessions during the FDP. Mr. Ravikiran Rao introduced the Chief Guest, Sri. Milind Dighrasker. Dr. Nagesh Prabhu spoke about the importance and staff involvement required in conducting such FDPs. Dr. Niranjan N Chiplunkar mentioned need of hands-on sessions in FDPs and appreciated the involvement of staff members in organizing such event. 08 Faculty from various engineering colleges across the state, 02 from Hyderabad and 16 internal participants from Department of Electrical and Electronics & Electronics and Communication Engineering of the host Institute

actively participated in all the sessions during the FDP

The sessions included Modeling, Stability aspects, Voltage Mode Control of DC-DC Converter and tool usage like OrCAD Capture and PCB Editor, hands-on session on inductor winding, assembly and testing of Open & Closed loop Buck Converter . A session on TI PMLK Buck Converter was conducted by Mr. Shanmuga Sundaram from Steps Knowledge Services (P) limited. Mr. Jatan Shah and Mr. Srivallabha from Tektronix spoke about the Measurement challenges in validating Power Converters.

The FDP was sponsored and provided expertise support by renowned companies like Texas Instruments, iMedrix, Tektronix, Convergent Technologies India Pvt. Ltd. and the IEEE Mangalore Sub-Section. On 28 July, the participants demonstrated their projects designed in the FDP along with the projects designed and developed in Centre for Design of Power Electronic Systems. Valedictory ceremony was held at Sowparnika Seminar Hall on the same day. Dr. I. R. Mithanthaya, Vice- Principal and Dean Academics presided over the function. Dr. Suryanarayana K spoke about the journey of FDP and expressed his gratitude towards resource persons and student volunteers. Dr. Nagesh Prabhu & Dr. I R. Mithanthaya appreciated the efforts of the staff and student volunteers in conducting the FDP. Mrs. Raksha Adappa proposed words of gratitude. Mrs. Swathi Hatwar compeered the programme.

    7. Workshop on “ Mind Skills and Leadership”23rd to 27th July 2108 “
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“MIND SKILLS AND LEADERSHIP” - 23/7/2018 to 27/7/2018

Workshop on Mind Skills and Leadership was organized by the Department of Humanities for the Eighth standard students of Dr Government High School, Kallya on 21st, 23rd and 24th July 2018. The workshop was inaugurated by Mr. Vishwanatha and Mr. Joy Elvine Martis, Faculty, Dept. of Humanities. It was presided over by Ms. Sumana, Head Mistress of the school. Mr Vishwanatha stressed on the need of human values more than education as that would bring about a true human being to care for the society.

Sri A. Yogeesh Hegde, Registrar, N.E.T. Campus, Nitte was the Chief Guest for valedictory programe. He elucidated the importance of Mind skills and imbibing leadership qualities for augmenting personality for Kannada medium students and also appreciated the department of Humanities for the conducting workshops for needy students. He also distributed the Participation Certificates.

    8.One week Short Term Training on - ADVANCED EDUCATION SOFTWARE TOOL from 23rd to 28th July, 2018
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“ADVANCED EDUCATION SOFTWARE” - 23/7/2018 to 28/7/2018

Department of Computer Science and Engineering of NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte has organized One week Short Term Training on - ADVANCED EDUCATION SOFTWARE TOOL from 23rd to 28th July, 2018. The 12 teaching and non teaching staff from CSE and ISE departments from NMAMIT have participated in this STTP in IBM Lab of CSE Dept. The resource persons are Mr. Subray and Mr. Krishanand from Amphisoft Technologies Private Limited, Coimbatore, India. The Principal of NMAMIT, Dr.Niranjan N. Chiplunkar has addressed the STTP on 23rd July at 10:30AM.

On 23rd July the resource person from Amphisoft Technologies provided a hands on experience on learning methodologies particularly active learning and automation software tool i.e E-Box. On 24th July, Randomized Assessment Paper generator, with option to avoid repetitive questions in case of multiple assessments were taught. On 25th July the faculty with the help of the resource person framed the lab manual and the flow through which students could use the E-Box software. On 26th and 27th Faulties were taught Numerous Report / Visualisations, Dashboard for learners, indicating completion status vis-a-vis milestone and peers performance, Facilitates implementation of evidence based learning - Continuous evaluation, Query / Feedback / Chat window for SME mentoring and peer to peer learning. On 28th July at 10:30AM the STTP was concluded. The certificates have been distributed to all participants by Dr. K.R.Uday Kumar Reddy, Head, Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering.

    9.One day Workshop on “Advanced Materials Chemistry for Science and Engineering” - 26th July 2018
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“ADVANCED MATERIALS CHEMISTRY FOR SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING” - 26/7/2018

The Department of Chemistry organised a One Day Workshop on “Advanced Materials Chemistry for Science and Engineering” on 26th July, 2018. The program began with a formal inaugural function where in Dr. Arun Isloor was the Chief Guest. The function was presided over by our Principal Dr. Niranjan C. Chiplunkar and was graced by the presence of our Vice-Principal and Dean Academics Dr. I.R. Mithanthaya, Vice-principal and Controller of Examinations Dr. Srinivas Rao and Deans of various offices. The program began with the key note address by Dr. Arun Isloor. Later, there were two sessions followed by certificate distribution.

1)Keynote Address : Dr. Arun Isloor, Professor, Department of Chemistry, NITK, Surathkal

Title of the talk: “Novel Tailor-made Functional Materials for Engineering Applications”

In his talk, Dr. Isloor stressed on the necessity of purification as well as desalination of water in order to deal with the present water crisis. He gave a brief introduction to the different types of membranes and their mechanism for water purification. His talk was enriched with the recent works that he and his group globally have carried out and have been published in reputed journal with high impact factor. Basically, he has used witter ion and poly incorporated polymer composites for water purification.

2) Session I: Dr. K.K. Srinivasan, Professor, SMVIT, Bantakal

Title of the talk: “Medicines from Natural Products”

Dr. Srinivasan spoke on the medicinal chemistry by taking the common plant sources that we come across in daily life. He explained the medicinal benefits of several plants as well as different parts of plants as well as animals (for example snake venom). Their individual significance as antibacterial, antibiotic and for treating various mild infections like gastric, nausea and diarrhoea were also highlighted.

2) Session II: Dr. Rajeeva Deekshit, CMD, Pyro Technologies, Bengaluru

Title of the talk: “Green Chemistry for Surface Treatment and Metal Finishing Applications”

Dr. Rajeeva Deekshit presented his talk in two phases. In the first one, he gave us a glimpse of his effort, since past 15 years, to bring in green and clean surface cleaning in various industries. He had various interesting photographs and videos to display. In the second presentation, he spoke on the necessity of preserving water. He specifically spoke on ground water and its pollution and motivated the audience to take up the responsibility to use products which do not pollute the water, viz, fluoride, SLS, concentrated acids, etc.

Including 9 external participation totally more than 50 faculty members participated in tghis workshop. From the feedback collected during the sessions, it was learnt that the participants benefitted from the talks and many of them appreciated the contents and relevance of the topics undertaken. One of the speakers, Mr. Rajeeva Deekahit, even offered to provide projects to higher semester BE students as well as M.Tech.

II. Conferences/ Workshops Attended by the faculty

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Dr. Balasubramani R., Professor in ISE, participated and presented a paper titled “Participation of Industry in Curriculum Design and Delivery” in Andhra Pradesh – International Conference on Transformations in Engineering Education 18 (AP-ICTIEE 18) held at SRM University, Amaravati, A. P. during 15-17 July 2018

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Dr. Balasubramani R, Professor in ISE, delivered a lecture on “Preparations for NBA Accreditation” on 20th July 2018 in the “AICTE - ISTE Faculty Induction Programme on Teaching Engineering and Pedagogy for Effective Implementation of Outcome Based Education”

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Technical Talk by Mr. Shriram Marathe, Asst. Professor, Civil Engineering Department as a Keynote Speaker on "Guidelines for Effective Research for the Beginners" in a Faculty Development Program- “VISTARA – 2018" held in Vivekananda College of Engineering & Technology (VCET) Puttur, Mangalore- Karnataka on 26 July 2018,

Sl.No.Name of the FacultyDept.Deputed for PlaceDate of Visit
1.Mrs. Vaishali Y. SuvarnaECTo attend workshop on “ Executive Leadership Programme” Sri. Devi Institute of Technology,Mangalore29th June to 1st July, 2018
2.Ms. Kajal Bangera Research ScholarCSTo attend workshop on “ACM India Grad Cohort 2018” IIT, Mumbai6th & 7th July, 2018
3.Dr. Janardhan Nayak ChemistryTo attend three days workshop on “ Emerging Trends in Green Technologies” PES University, Bengaluru 5th to 7th July, 2018
4.Ms. Anusha N.ISTo attend six days workshop on “Machine Learning”SJB Institute of Technology, Bengaluru9th to 14th July, 2018
5.Ms. Keerthana B. C.CS Permitted to attend the four weeks Short Term Course on “IoT with Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence” RNITK-STEP, Surathkal13th to 20th June,2018
6.Mrs. Akshaya ISTo attend six days workshop on “Machine Learning” SJB Institute of Technology, Bengaluru9th to 14th July, 2018
7.Mr. Sandeep Kumar HegdeCSTo attend & Present his paper titled” A Hybrid approach of Deep Learning with Cognitive Particle Swarm Optimization for Big Data Analytics” in the 9th International Conference on “Computing ,Communication and Networking Technologies”IISc. Bengaluru10th to 12th July, 2018
8.Mrs. Rajalakshmi HegdeCSTo attend & present he paper entitled “ Performance Evaluation and Feature Vector Extraction of Review Data Sets Using Evolutionary Based SVM Techniques” in the 9th International conference on “Computing , Communication and Networking Technologies”IISc. Bengaluru 10th to 12th July, 2018
9.Mr. Mohan PoojariMech To attend and present his paper titled “ Ore Grindability Improvement by Microwave Pre-Treatment” in the National Symposium on “ Saftey 360-Creating Value through Collaboration “Pondicherry, Tamilunadu 13th & 14th July,2018
10.Ms. Anusha N.ISTo attend three days workshop on “Web Technology & Its Applications”SJB Institute of Technology, Bengaluru16th to 18th July, 2018
11.Mrs. AkshayaIS To attend three days workshop on “Web Technology & Its Applications”SJB Institute of Technology, Bengaluru16th to 18th July, 2018
12.Dr. Sarika HegdeCS To attend AICTE-ISTE Induction/Refresher Programme on “Data Science and Classification practicing with Python and Matlab” JNN College of Engineering, Shivamoga 16th to 21st July, 2018
13.Dr. Udaya Kumar Reddy
Mr. Roshan Fernades.
CS Permitted to visit Industries at Bangalore to strengthen IIIBangalore17th to 20th July, 2018
14.Mrs. Suneetha Lasrado ECTo attend 5 days FDP on machine learningSt. Joseph Engineering College, Mangalore23rd to 27th July, 2018
15.Dr. Sarika Hegde CSTo attend AICTE-ISTE Induction/Refresher Programme on “Data Science and Classification practicing with Python and Matlab”JNN College of Engineering, Shivamoga16th to 21st July, 2018
16.Mr. Sharath Yaji CSTo attend and present paper titled “ Privacy Preserving through Aggregating Wave Equation as Noise in Differential Frequency” in the International Conference on “ Data Science and Information Technology, (DSIT-2018)”Singapore20th to 22nd July,2018
17.Mr. Raju K. CSTo attend & present he paper entitled “ Automation of Image Classification to identify Malaria” in the International conference on “Recent Innovations in Electrical, Electronics & Communication Engineering (ICRIEECE)”Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, Bhuvanehswar27th & 28th July,20187
18.Dr. S.S.S.S Sairam ECTo deliver a talk on “ Optical Network Survivability –Global Scenario” in the Summer School in Optics and Photonics 2018IISc.Bangalore25th to 28th July,2018
19.Mr. Grynal D'mello MechDeputed to represent Nitte Group of Institutions for presentationsVidyodaya PU College Udupi24th July, 2018
20.Mr. Ranjan Kumar H. S. CSTo attend & present he paper entitled “ Automation of Image Classification to identify Malaria” in the International conference on “Recent Innovations in Electrical, Electronics & Communication Engineering (ICRIEECE)”Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, Bhuvanehswar27th & 28th July, 2018
21.Mr. Mohan Poojari MechTo attend and present his paper entitled “Ore Grindability Improvement by Microwave Pre-treatment” in the National Symposium on “SAFETY 360 – Creating Value through Collaboration”Pondicherry, Tamil Nadu13th & 14th July, 2018
Programmes Organized:
    1. Three days Training on “AI/DL USING NVIDIA SERVER” – 11th to 13th June 2018
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AI/DL USING NVIDIA SERVER” – 11/6/2018

NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte had procured an NVIDIA server for the purpose of learning and research related to Artificial intelligence and Deep learning. In connection with this, the department of Information Science and Engineering organized a training program which was conducted by resource persons from NVIDIA from 11th – 13th June 2018 in CSL10. Dr. Sathyadhyan Chickerur, Professor, KLE Technological University, Mr. Bharath, NVIDIA were the resource persons for the program. Ms. Ashwini B coordinated the workshop. Training was conducted for faculties of NMAMIT.

The program was inaugurated by the principal, Dr. Niranjan N. Chiplunkar on 11th June 2018 at 9.30am in CSL10. He highlighted the new and emerging trend of machine learning, resource provided by the college and the need to carry out research in this area. Mr. Unnikrishan A.R, Director Business Development highlighted the usage of NVIDIA server in AI/DL.The first day of the program had the session’s related to theory of machine learning and the algorithms used in data analysis.

Second day was the demo of working on machine learning algorithms using the NVIDIA server. A demo was given using digits framework to classify various images. This was initially demonstrated using Amazon cloud server and then the same experiments were made using the college server. Dr. L. M. Patnaik, Adjunct Professor IISc Bangalore enlightened the participants with the uses and applications of Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning in a half an hour talk.

Third day the discussions included the demo related to machine learning experiments and CUDA programming. The sessions concluded with a discussion of the possible syllabus that can be floated to the UG students.

    2. SAKURA Exchange Program in Science 2018 – 13th to 20th June 2018

Under Japan- Asia youth exchange program in science (SAKURA Exchange Program in Science) 10 students with one faculty member visited Ritsumeikan university Japan from 13th to 20th June 2018. This visit was as a part of MoU between NMAM Institute of Technology Nitte and Ritsumeikan University Japan

Theme of the program was “Drone Technology and System Integration”. The workshop was mainly focused on learning the basic principle, component and application field of multi-rotor type helicopters. It also focused on assemble and fly the drone to for better understanding of its constitution and characteristics. Dr. Kazuhiro Shimonomura gave a lecture on basic principle of multi-rotor helicopter. Dr. Robert Ladig demonstrated the assembly of drone and its flight control mechanism. The workshop also gave an exposure to basic programming using Python and Open CV to handle the image processing tools. A lecture on “Optical Fiber Communications Technology and its application” was delivered by Dr. Akihide Sano during the visit. Furthermore Dr. Tsutomu Araki gave a lecture on “Cutting Edge Semiconductor Electronics ” and demonstrated the working models in his laboratory

During visit students had an opportunity to visit various labs and innovation centres in the Ritsumeikan University. Ritsumeikan students conducted various activities to explore more on Japanese culture, language, places and technology. Along with Mr. Sukesh Rao Muligar, Asst. Asst. Professor ,E&C Department , following students visited Ritsumeikan University Japan

Sl.No.NameFaculty/StudentDepartment
1.NIREEKSHA NAGARAJ BHATStudentElectronics & Communication Engineering
2.REAN CLIVE FERNANDESStudentElectronics & Communication Engineering
3.ADITHYA MAROLI DINESHStudentElectronics & Communication Engineering
4.PAI ADITYA YOGISHStudentInformation Science & Engineering
5.GLENN THOMAS ALEXStudentComputer Science & Engineering
6.PRABHU VARSHAStudentComputer Science & Engineering
7.VITLA AMITHA PADIYARStudentComputer Science & Engineering
8.PAI RAHUL RAJENDRAStudentMechanical Engineering
9.NAYAK GURUVAYANKERE NIKITHAStudentElectrical & Electronics Engineering
10.DSOUZA SACHIN FRANCISStudentMechanical Engineering


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Introduction talk on Ritsumeikan University by Prof. Ryoichi , Vice Dean Ritsumeikan University

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Experiencing Japanese Language and culture

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Talk by Professor K. Shimonomura introduced on various topics in the multi rotor helicopter technology.

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Talk by Professor Robert Ladig on his various research projects

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Talk on top mounted gripper and bottom mounted manipulator by Hannibal Paul, the alumni of NMAMIT.

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Project on VR controlled drone by Professor Robert

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Session on Japans Indoor Games and Japan’s Culture

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Visit to the Hikone Castle



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The Shinkansen bullet train experience

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Interaction with Professor Tsutomu Araki on the topic “Cutting-edge semiconductor electronics for 21st century”.

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Interaction with Professor Tsutomu Araki on the topic “Cutting-edge semiconductor electronics for 21st century”.

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Session on basic programming on python with Prof. Robert Ladig.

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Visit to DAIFUKU Expo Center for Material Handling & Logistic Systems (HiniArataKan).

    3. A Five Days FDP on “Embedded Systems for Communication Applications” – 19th to 23rd June 2018
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“EMBEDDED SYSTEMS FOR COMMUNICATION APPLICATIONS” – 19/6/2018

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering of N.M.A.M. Institute of Technology, Nitte has organized a Five Day Faculty Development Program on Embedded Systems for Communication Applications during 19th June to 23rd June 2018. The objective of the FDP was to give an insight into various research challenges in the area of embedded systems applied to communication engineering. It was also focused on driving the engineering learning through a new concept of Project Based Learning which is the need of the hour to build a society of strong engineering graduates.

The inaugural function of the event was held on 19th June 2018. Mr. Ramesh V. S., Director, STEPS Knowledge Services Pvt Ltd, India and Mr. Sunil T. Shambhatnavar, Advanced Electronic Systems, Bengaluru have inaugurated the FDP. Mr. Suni T. Shambhatnavar, in his speech has highlighted the need for project based learning. Mr. Ramesh V. S. has emphasised the need of embedded systems in the area of communications. The Principal of the institute, Dr. Niranjan N. Chiplunkar, in his presidential remarks has encouraged the faculty to utilize the opportunity to its fullest extent.. The inaugural function was followed by the key note address by Mr. Ramesh V. S.

Sri. Sunil, in his talk has highlighted some of the important applications of embedded systems. Lab sessions were handled by Mr. Nandish and Mr. Raghavendra from ALS during the afternoon session of Day 1. On the second day there was a visit to BSNL Exchange, Mangalore. BSNL officials have demonstrated the technologies used by them for mobile and landline communications. The afternoon session of Day 2 was held at NITK, Surathkal with a talk by Dr. Prashanth Kumar. Third and fourth day sessions were completely handson and Mr. Asif and Mr. Sai Krishna from Edgate Technologies Private Limited, Bengaluru have coordinated the sessions. On the last day of the FDP, Dr. Ananth A.G., Professor, Department of E&CE and the Scientist (Rtd) from ISRO has given a talk on embedded system applications in the area of space science.More than 50 participants across various parts of the state have participated in the event.

    4. Celebration of YOGA Day -21st June 2018
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YOGA DAY CELEBRATION -21/6/2018

In association with NSS wing , Rotary Club, Nitte NAMAMIT, celebrated Yoga Day along with the students of Boys’ Hostel, on 21st June 2018! A Demo talk on Yoga was delivered by Dr. Ajith Hebbale., PROFESSOR IN Mechanical Engineering Department, Both Principal of NMAMIT and Registrar/Chief Warden of the hostels gave message of the importance of practicing Yoga and Yoga Day. Vice Principal & Dean Academic, Dr. I.R.Mithanthaya, Dr. Udaya Kumar Shenoy, Professor in dept. of Computer Science, Mr. Shekar poojari, Student Welfare Officer and other faculty members of the hostel were present

    5. 3-Day Workshop on Mind Skills and Leadership- 25th to 27th June,2018
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Workshop on Mind Skills and Leadership- 25to 27 June, 2018

The Department of Humanities has conducted Three Day workshop on Mind skills and Leadership as a part of our assignment of the course CLHRD assigned by MFLHRD, from 25 to 26 June 2018. Dr .NSAM Kannada Medium School, class Eighth was identified for the training programme.

The workshop was inaugurated by the Vice Principal Dr.I R Mithanthaya on the 25th of June 2018 in the school premises. The inaugural function was attended by HoD of Humanities, Vice Principal of the school Mr.Krishna Acharya,and Faculty members of the Department of Humanities. Mr.Sandeep Kharvi, Mr.Srinivas Nekkar and Ms. Sudeeksha S Pai along with Ms. Sonia Lobo facilitated the learning with around 42 hands on activities .The training focused on bringing about Mind skills and Leadership abilities among the young students. The workshop conducted the training in three groups over the period of three days with effective activities like tower building etc. Mr.Vishwanatha Faculty, Department of Humanities guided the workshop.

The valedictory function was held on the 27th of June 2018. Mr.Yogeesh Hegde Registrar, NET Campus Nitte chief guest of the function distributed participation certificates to all the participants and advised the young minds on utilizing correct leadership skills for the betterment of the society in general.

    6. NMAMIT-FRONIUS Centre for Welding Technology -28th June 2018
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Inauguration of NMAMIT-FRONIUS Centre for Welding Technology – 28/6/2018

Department of Mechanical Engineering of NMAM Institute of Technology Nitte in association with M/s Fronius India Pvt. Limited, Pune and with support from Indian Welding Society has established a centre for welding technology named “NMAMIT-FRONIUS Centre for Welding Technology”, which became operational on 28th June 2018. The centre was inaugurated by Sri S. Gopinath, Advisor NMAMIT & Adjunct Professor who is also the Former President of Indian Welding Society and Former Executive Director of BHEL Trichy, in the presence of Dr. Niranjan N.Chiplunkar, Principal-NMAMIT, Vice Principals Dr. I.R Mithanthaya and Dr. Shrinivasa Rao B.R., Registrar Sri Yogeesh Hegde, Special Officer Sri Aravind Hegde, Dr. Sudesh Bekal-Dean (R&D), HoD of Mechanical Engineering Dr. Shashikantha Karinka, HoDs of other departments, Dr. G. Ravichandran- Former General Manager-WRI Trichy and Adjunct Professor-NMAMIT, IWS representatives Mr. S. Singaravelu- Former Additional General Manager of Welding Research Institute Trichy and Mr. Srinivasan- Consultant from IWS, Fronius representatives Mr. Rahul Kulkarni - Segment Manager of Fronius, Mr. Rahul Mehta and Fronius-Mangaluru region representative Mr. Abhay Pai, and faculty members of the Mechanical Engineering Department.

    7. One-Day Workshop on “Welding for Maintenance” on 28th June 2018
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Workshop on “Welding for Maintenance” – 28/6/2018

A One-Day Workshop on Welding for Maintenance under the auspices of IWS, Fronius and IWS - NMAMIT Student Chapter was organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering NMAMIT, Nitte on June 28, 2018 at Phalguni Seminar Hall and NMAMIT-FRONIUS Centre for Welding Technology. The workshop was Inaugurated by Sri S. Gopinath, Advisor NMAMIT & Adjunct Professor who is also Former President of Indian Welding Society and also Former Executive Director, BHEL Trichy. Dr. Niranjan N.Chiplunkar, Principal-NMAMIT presided over the function and explained about the importance of taking the activities further through smaller student work groups so that the students are skilled at least with the basic needs. He also said that the laboratory is in its first phase of development with only the basic needs and would be developed in due course into an advanced centre of welding technology. Dr. Shashikantha Karinka, Professsor and Head of Department of Mechanical Engineering and Convener of the Workshop, welcomed the gathering and gave an overview of the programme and activities related to NMAMIT-FRONIUS Centre for Welding Technology. He also breifed the delegates regarding enrolling for life membership of proposed IWS-Mangaluru Centre of Indian Welding Society. Dr. Mallikappa, Coordinator of the programme proposed vote of thanks. About 57 participants took part in the Workshop, out of which 10 Industrial delegates from major industries of the region such as MCF, Lamina, BASF, MRPL etc, 12 Academia delegates from engineering institutions and polytechnics of the region, 26 Student delegates and 9 internal faculty members. The programme was compered by Mr. Baskar Achar P, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering. The programme was attended by Vice Principals Dr. I.R Mithanthaya and Dr. Shrinivasa Rao B.R., Dr. Sudesh Bekal-Dean (R&D), and Dr. Subrahmanya Bhat- Dean Student Welfare.

    8.Academic Council Meeting –29th June 2018
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“ACADEMIC COUNCIL MEETING” – 29/6/2018

13th Academic Council Meeting of NMAMIT, Nitte held on 29th June, 2018 in the Board Room. 28 members including 4 external members participated in the A.C meeting. Academic Council Member Secretary welcomed all members to the meeting. Chairman Dr. Niranjan N. Chiplunkar in his opening remarks said about the achievements of the Institution in academic activities from the last 35 years. Discussions were held as per agenda and the syllabus and academic calendar for the year 2018-19 was approved.

II. Conferences/ Workshops Attended by the faculty

26th to 28th June, 2018
Sl.No.Name of the FacultyDept.Deputed for PlaceDate of Visit
1.Mr. H. S. SharathchandraMechTo attend Ms. Metals &Steels Pvt. Ltd., Koppal Koppala7th to 9th June, 2018
2.Dr. Narasimha BailkereMechTo attend two days Faculty Development Programme on “ Basics of CFD and Hands on Training using Ansys Fluent” SMVIT Bantakal 8th & 9th June, 2018
3.Mr. Sharath Yaji (Research Scholar) CSTo attend summer scholl on “ Theoretical Foundations of Computer Science” IIIT Bangalore 18th to 22nd June, 2018
4.Mr. Rahul Hegde4th Sem Student of ECTo attend training session on ns-3 NITK, Surathkal11th &12th June, 2018
5.Mr. Sukesh Rao M.E&C Permitted to accompany the selected students for SAKURA Exchange Programme at Ritsumeikan university Japan Ritsumeikan university Japan13th to 20th June,2018
6.Mr. Joy Elvin Martis, Mrs. Sonia Lobo, Mr. Vishwanath HumanityTo attend the AICTE sponsored “Induction Programme” Sahyadri College of Engineering Mangalore18th to 20th June 2018
7.Mr. Vijaya MurariCSTo attend three days workshop on Certified Cyber Security Professional (SSSP) workshop (Level II)Rajrajeswari Medical College & Hospital Campus, Bangalorerd & 4th May 2018
8.Mr. Sudeepa B.CSTo attend three days workshop on Certified Cyber Security Professional (SSSP) workshop (Level II)Rajrajeswari Medical College & Hospital Campus, Bangalore 22nd to 24th June, 2018
9.Mr. Aneesh JoshMech To attend the QIP Short term course on “First course in Computational Fluid Dynamics: Development, Application and Analysis ( FCCFD-2018)IIT, Mumbai 25th to 29th June, 2018
10.Mr. Aneesh JoshMechTo attend the workshop on “Advanced Measurement & Control”MIT, Manipal25th to 29th June, 2018
11.Dr. Nithin KumarMech Permitted to visit Industries and core/stream companies in BengaluruBengaluru
12.Mrs. Vaishali Y SuvarnaE&C To attend workshop on “ Executive Leadership Programme” Sri. Devi Institute of Technology, Mangalore 29th June to 1st July 2018
13.Mrs. Akshaya.IS To attend six days workshop on “Machine Learning”SJB Institute of Technology, Bengaluru9th to 14th July 2018
Programmes Organized:
    1. Technology Barrier Reduction Programme –April 16th to May 4th ,2018
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TECHNOLOGY BARRIER REDUCTION PROGRAMME-16th April May to 4th May 2018

NMAM Institute of Technology in association with Foundation for Advancement of Education & Research, Zebra Technologies Bengaluru and DIET, Udupi organized sixth Technology Barrier Reduction Program (Annual Summer Camp) for the students of Udupi District Government High schools in our Campus from 16 April to 04 May 2018. Inauguration of this three-week residential summer camp was held on 16 April 2018. Sri. Chandrashekar, Vice Principal, DIET, Udupi inaugurated the camp. Dr. Niranjan N. Chiplunkar, Principal, NMAMIT, Nitte presided over the function. Dr. Manjunatha K.B., HoD, Physics, coordinator of the camp gave a brief overview of the activities to be held in the camp along with words of welcome.

There were 28 (16 Boys and 12 Girls) students of different rural region of Udupi district have participated in this summer camp. The accommodation, food and other basic facilities were arranged in the campus. Technology Barrier Reduction Program – as the name indicates is an initiative to get rural students introduced to simple aspects of technology and to provide exposure of a good institution to rural based government high school students. The primary components of this camp are to; provide a reasonable exposure to English language – speaking and writing and to provide exposure towards health, hygiene and environment along with other community aspects. The Technology Barrier Reduction Program aims to contribute to removing barriers that prevent rural students from using their capacity.

To meet the objectives of the program totally 50 lectures from 28 resource persons of different domains were arranged which includes Aero club activities, science model preparation, robotics, 3D printing technology, vedic maths, science, maths, computer, internet, SSLC curriculum, fine arts etc. Student intern gained practical exposure to many technical aspects by visiting different engineering labs. Every day morning Yoga training, group song and evening different sports activities were arranged. Student also visited Museum of Anatomy and Pathology at Manipal and 3D planetarium & Science centre at Pilikula, Mangalore during weekends. Different competitions like quiz, singing and sports were arranged and prizes were distributed.

Campfire was organized on 3rd May evening.Valedictory of this three-week camp was held on 4th May 2018. Smt. Bhagyalakshmi, Principal, DIET, Udupi was the chief guest and Dr. I. Ramesh Mithathaya, Vice Principal and Dean Academics, NMAMIT, Nitte was the guest of honour. Sri. Yogeesh Hegde, Registrar, NET campus, Nitte presided over the function. Dr. Manjunatha K.B., HoD, Physics, coordinator of the camp gave a brief overview of the camp. Three student interns and Prof. Santhosh G., Assistant Professor, NMAMIT, Nitte and Mrs. Gretta Rebello, Sr. Teacher, GHS, Kemmannu expressed their feedback about the camp. The prizes and certificates of the various events conducted during the camp were distributed by Smt. Bhagyalakshmi and Dr. I. Ramesh Mithathaya. Particpation certificate for the student’s were distributed by Sri. Yogeesh Hegde. Prof. Sandeep Kharvi compeered the program and Prof. Dileep Kumar M. J. proposed the vote of thanks.

    2. International Conference on “Emerging Trends in Engineering” ICETE-2018-May 14th &15th ,2018
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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE: ICETE-2018-14 & 15 MAY,2018

8th International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering (ICETE-2018) was organized on 14th and 15th of May 2018 at NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte. This eighth International Conference on ‘Emerging Trends in Engineering-2018’ comprised of two themes: Environment, Energy and Engineering Strategies for Sustainability (E3S) & Drives, Data Science and Disruptive Technologies for Advancement (D3A). The main objective of ICETE ‘18 was to create enough opportunities for Post Graduate students and Scholars to present their Research work and contribute their research findings. The ICETE-2018 was inaugurated on 14th May, 2018 at 10.00AM by Prof.Dr.Indrani Karunasagar, Director (R&D), Nitte (Deemed to be University) and Director, Nitte- Centre for Science Education & Research (N-CSER). During her Inaugural address Prof. Indrani Karunasagar stressed upon the importance of spreading knowledge. She also spoke about the influence of artificial intelligence over human intelligence in this Tech-World.

During the conference Four Technical talks by the eminent professors from Ristumeikan University, Japan & Penn State University Harrisburg, USA were also arranged for the benefit of delegates. Dr.Satoshi Soda, Professor , Dept of Environmental Systems Engineering, Ritsumeikan University Japan delivered talk on ‘Future Vision of Sustainable Sewage Treatment Plants in Japan’, Dr.Kazuhiro Shimonomura, Professor ,Dept of Robotics Ritsumeikan University Japan spoke on ‘Multirotor Flying Robots for Aerial Manipulation’ and Dr.Lin Meng, Lecturer in the Dept of Electronic and Computer Engineering , Ritsumeikan University Japan gave lecture on ‘Artificial Intelligence for Computer Science and Image Recognition’ . Dr. Omid Ansary, Sr. Associate Dean for Academic Affairs & Professor of Electrical Engineering, Pennsylvania State University , Harrisburg had an interaction with the participants through on line. He spoke on the topic” An Overview of Technological Trends with Smart Homes as a By product”

Principal of NMAM Institute of Technology, Dr.Niranjan N Chiplunkar presided over the function. In his presidential remarks he said that since seven years, this conference attracted many researchers with scholarly contributions. He also said that this year out of 130 technical papers were selected for the presentation out of 160 papers received under two themes: Environment, Energy and Engineering Strategies for Sustainability & Drives, Data Science and Disruptive Technologies for Advancement. Prof. A Yogeesh Hegde, Registrar Nitte Campus welcomed the gathering. Dr. I R. Mithanthaya, Vice Principal & Dean (Academic) & Program Committee Chair of ICETE-2018 briefed about the conference. Mr.Krishnaprasad Rao, Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering introduced the chief guest. Dr.Bharath BR, Conference Secretary- ICETE 2018 delivered vote of thanks. Mr.Vishwanath, Assistant Professor in the Dept of Humanities was the master of ceremony. Technical papers selected for oral presentation were presented by respective authors in six parallel sessions on these two days.On the second day of the conference M.Tech Project Exhibition was held. The exhibition was inaugurated by Professor Satoshi SODA, Department of Environmental Systems Engineering,Ritsumeikan University, Japan. The “Book of Abstracts” of the M.Tech. projects was released by Prof.Dr.Sudhindra Nath Panda, Director, National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research, Chennai. Total 83 M.Tech. projects under four Streams were evaluated during project exhibition by the subject experts.

Out of total 130 paper presented, 41 papers will be published in Scopus Indexed Journal "International Journal of Engineering & Technology (UAE)" and 53 papers will be in Springer DE's journal during July-August 2018.

    3. M.Tech. Project Exhibition : 14th May,2018
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M.Tech Project Exhibition-2018 was organized on 15th May 2018 at NMAM Institute of Technology from 2.00PM to 5.00PM at “Sadananda” Open Air Auditorium. The exhibition was inaugurated by Professor Satoshi SODA,Department of Environmental Systems Engineering,Ritsumeikan University, Japan. The “Book of Abstracts” of the M.Tech. projects was released by Prof.Dr.SudhindraNath Panda, Director, National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research, Chennai.

The project evaluation is done in four streams, namely

      1. Mechanical Engineering
      2. Civil Engineering
      3. Electrical and Electronics Engineering (E&E) & Electronics and Communication Engineering (E&C)
      4. Computer Science and Engineering & Information Science and Engineering

      Nine external experts namely, Dr. A U Ravishankar, Dr. M C NarasimhanProfessors from Department of Civil Engineering, NITK Surathkal, Dr.Ravikumar C M, Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, UBDTCE, Davangere, Dr.MamathaBalachandra, Assoc. Professor, Dept. of Computer Science & Eng.,MIT, Manipal, Dr. Vinay S, Professor, Dept. of Computer Science &Engg., PESCE, Mandya, Dr.Somashekara Bhat, Associate Director (Development), Professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, MIT Manipal, Dr.Ashwath Rao, H.O.D., Dept. of Elec. & Comm. Engg.Sahyadri College of Eng. & Management, Mangalore, Dr. C. R. Rajashekhar, Professor,Vice Principal and HOD, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Mangalore Institute of Technology and Engineering, Moodabidre, and Dr. Vijay G. S., Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering, MIT, Manipal have evaluated a total of 83 M.Tech. projects under four Streams.

      The following bestM.Tech. projects have been awardedwith Cash Prize and Certificates in each Stream.

      StreamPrizeTitle of the ProjectName of the Student with USN
      Civil Engineering I Alkali Activated Slag Pervious Concrete for Highway ApplicationsKumarswamy T - 4NM16CSE07
      Civil Engineering II Students Participation Towards Zero WasteRaksha B S - 4NM16CCT12
      Computer Science and Engineering/Information Science and Engineering I Study on Different Object Detection Models Using Deep LearningPawan S Jogi - 4NM16SCS09
      Computer Science and Engineering/Information Science and Engineering II Sentiment Analysis of Real Time Twitter Data Using Big Data ApproachArchana Rao - 4NM16SCS02
      Electrical and Electronics Engineering/Electronics and Communication Engineering I Object Sorting Using Image ProcessingRahun Vijay Soans - 4NM16LVS02
      Electrical and Electronics Engineering/Electronics and Communication Engineering II Survivability Standard Techniques Implementation in Fiber Optic Networks (SSTIFON)Chandra Singh - 4NM16LEC03
      Mechanical Engineering I Design, Fabrication and Testing of Piezoactuator Based Rotary Tool Feed System for Micro-EDMMohammed Yaseer Pasha - 4NM16MMD09
      Mechanical Engineering II Implementation of Trapezoidal Velocity Profile and Cubic Polynomial Trajectories for Piezo Actuator Based Inchworm DriveOshin Prima Lobo - 4NM16MMD10

        4. Hands on workshop “Machine Learning Tools and Techniques” - 17th May 2018
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      A hands on workshop on “Machine Learning Tools and Techniques” organized by Department of CSE, in association with ISTE, Indian society for technical education NMAMIT students chapter. It was held on 17/05/2018 at 4th floor MCA Seminar Hall. Technical talk on “Introduction to Machine Learning” followed by hands on session on “Machine Learning Tools and Techniques” conducted in 4th floor MCA labs for all the first year students of MCA. Total of 45 students were present during the workshop. Technical talk was conducted by Dr. Sarika Hegde, Associate Professor, Dept. of CSE and given the brief introduction about the implementation of machine learning techniques using MATLAB. Hands on session conducted by Mr. Sandeep Kumar Hegde, Asst. Professor, Dept. of CSE and Mrs. Rajalaxmi Hegde, Asst. Professor, Dept. of CSE.

      The main objective of workshop was to motivate students to study about the computational tools to visualize, analyze, catalog the available enormous research dataset in order to enable data driven research .To provide a platform to understand advanced data analysis tools to follow new paths and try new techniques build new model that facilitate innovative activities After the introduction session. A detailed explanation of different machine learning algorithms is being explained.

      The workshop explained the principles on how to apply various machine learning algorithms. The idea on the current research studies, challenges, and practical experiences in the domain of machine learning, and also discussed on how to deal with them from mathematical and statistical perspectives.

        5. Four Days workshop on “Understanding our adolescents, Suicide Prevention & Introduction to Therapeutic Counselling for Teachers in Higher Education” - 21stMay and 24th May 2018
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      Workshop on “Understanding our adolescents, Suicide Prevention & Introduction to Therapeutic Counselling for Teachers in Higher Education” - 21st& 24th May 2018

      Department of Counselling, Welfare, Training & Placement, NMAM institute of Technology organized 4 days workshop on “Understanding our adolescents, Suicide Prevention & Introduction to Therapeutic Counselling for Teachers in Higher Education” from 21ST TO 24TH May 2018. The programme architect, Prof. Shalini K. Sharma spoke on the magnitude of student problems in our universities; lack of training mechanisms to understand adolescents in our care or identify psychological problems in them early and what joy it gives us to share what we have learnt with the teachers through a four day workshop, for the 8th time in succession. She said that we are dedicating the first day entirely to various aspects of suicide; 2nd day to identifying a variety of Adolescent problems in professional colleges, 3rd and 4th day to working with students with empathy to maximize their capabilities through practice counseling sessions. The Chief Guest, Dr. Mohan Isaac praised our unique way of inauguration through assurance for a student who wanted to quit the course by the placement Executive and watering a Neem sapling. In his inaugural speech, he mentioned, as per his experience, in India, most of the institutions do not have counsellors on college campus and NMAMIT is the only institute that is taking it seriously. He conveyed gratitude to the institution, management and the Counsellor and Student Welfare Officer as this institution values students and education. The Principal, Dr. Niranjan N. Chilplunkar, in his presidential address, thanked the Chief guest for his appreciation of NMAMIT, Abhyuday’s work, thanked and congratulated the whole team and urged the teachers to use the opportunity to go beyond teaching well to understand students better and help them cope better with challenges in their life. A Neem sapling was watered by the Chief guest & others including a participant.

      Several audio visual aids like documentaries, short films, songs to illustrate adolescent behaviour & introduce concept of empathy, puzzles to stir up thinking were used to make the programme interesting and relevant. Students acted as counselees with problems based on college based case studies; they played the roles of teachers and students in class room situations to clearly depict unfair teacher behaviours that hurt adolescents thereby making discussion flow easily. In order to stay energized, focus better, push aside boredom and lethargy, the group was involved in simple yoga stretches before class in the morning and an energizing activity in the afternoon, post lunch. Listening comprehension activity showed them how they were really no different from the student crowd , all as a means of aiding development of understanding and compassion for young people under our care.

      A total of 38 participants - 15 faculty members from colleges outside; 5 from sister institutions and 18 from NMAMIT particpated in the workshop. Dr. Mohan Isaac, Professor of Psychiatry & Clinical Neurosciences, University of Western Australia and Fremantle Hospital, a distinguished world renowned Psychiatrist, in his key note address, spoke on ‘Why is adolescent mental health important?’ ‘Why is young India suicidal?’ and ‘What can be done?’ for these problems and urged the teachers to help the youngsters under their care. Mr. Bharath G.Kumar introduced the Chief guest, Dr. Subrahmanya Bhat proposed the vote of thanks and Dr. Sharada G. Prabhu compered the programme

      Valedictory ceremony was held on the 24thMay, 2018 at 3.30 PM. The delegates were honoured with certificates by Dr. Rameela Shekhar. The volunteers, organizing team members including supporting staff were honoured by the Principal. The delegate representatives spoke on the programme and their experience. They appreciated the impeccable planning, the excellent role of volunteers, the facilities, how everything planned was executed and the learning they were taking back. Two of the participants, Dr. Gurumurthy of MIT & Dr. Ashwini Kumar of KMC, were keen to try out peer help as we do. Dr. NNC expressed his happiness at successfully offering the 8th edition of the workshop to the teaching fraternity and suggested that we hold a one day Refresher -Feedback session for all the participants’ of the 8 workshops.

        6. Infosys Industrial Visit and Workshop On “Building Creative Confidence” -21st May 2018
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      Interactive session by Mr.SrikanthShenoy
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      Mr.Vasudev briefing on functioning of an IT industry
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      BUILDING CREATIVE CONFIDENCE” – 21/5/2018

      Infosys Ltd Development Centre, Mudipu, Mangalore organized Industrial Visit and Half Day workshop on “Building Creative Confidence” on 21st May 2018 for Pre final Year Engineering Students. 20 students from CSE and ISE Branches of NMAMIT, Nitte, actively participated in the event. Around 100 students from Mangalore region Engineering Colleges also participated in the workshop. Mr. Sandeep Kumar Hegde (CSE), Mrs. Rajalaxmi Hegde (CSE) and Mrs. Pratyakshini (ISE) were the faculty coordinators and accompanied the students to Infosys. Mr. Srikanath Shenoy, Principal – Education, Training and assessment was the resource person of the workshop. Students gained knowledge on Building required confidence which enable them to prepare for corporate experience. Student also learnt, how to identify barrier in order to share the views/ideas confidently and barrier to successful in their career. Mr. Vausdev, DC Head, Mudipu Campus, Infosys Ltd, Mangalore briefed the students on the functioning of an IT industry and the corporate environment. Students explored the Infosys campus. Dr. Balasubramani R, Professor, Dept. of ISE was the Chief Coordinator. The event was organized as part of NMAMIT ACM Student Chapter and Infosys Campus Connect Program. The photographs taken during the events are as below.

      II. Conferences/ Workshops Attended by the faculty

      17th to 19th May 2018
      Sl.No.Name of the FacultyDept.Deputed for PlaceDate of Visit
      1.Mr. Shivakumar B. R.E&CTo attend and present his paper titled “Investigation on Land Cover Mapping of Large RS Imagery using Fuzzy based Maximum Likelihood Classifier” in the International Conference on ISMAC in Computational Vision and Bio-Engineering (ISMAC-CVB 2018) SCADIT, Coimbatore16th & 17th May 2018
      2.Mr. Pradyumna G. R.E&CTo attend the QIP Short Term Course on “Basic Digital Systems: Theory and Practice” IIT Bombay 7th to 11th May 2018
      3.Mr. SudarshanaE&CTo attend the QIP Short Term Course on “Basic Digital Systems: Theory and Practice” IIT Bombay 7th to 11th May 2018
      4.Mr. KarthikE&CTo attend the QIP Short Term Course on “Basic Digital Systems: Theory and Practice” IIT Bombay7th to 11th May 2018
      5.Ms. Anusha R.E&C To attend the QIP Short Term Course on “Basic Digital Systems: Theory and Practice” IIT Bombay7th to 11th May 2018
      6.Dr. Bhojaraja B. E. CivilTo attend the two days National Workshop on “Applications of Remote Sensing & GIS in Civil Engineering” A. J. Institute of Engineering and Technology, Mangaluru3rd & 4th May 2018
      7.Mr. Anil KumarCivilTo attend the two days National Workshop on “Applications of Remote Sensing & GIS in Civil Engineering”AJ Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mangaluru3rd & 4th May 2018
      8.Mrs. Thangamani R.CivilTo attend the two days National Workshop on “Applications of Remote Sensing & GIS in Civil Engineering”AJ Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mangaluru 3rd & 4th May 2018
      9.Mr. Sushanth S. BhandaryCivil To attend the two days National Workshop on “Applications of Remote Sensing & GIS in Civil Engineering”AJ Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mangaluru 3rd & 4th May 2018
      10.Mr. Jason Elroy MartisISETo attend the workshop on “Internet of Things” – Basics for its members on 5th May 2018 at Automation and Robotics ClubSt. Joseph Engg. College Mangalore5th May 2018
      11.Dr. Nagesh PrabhuE&E To deliver a lecture as resource Person in the workshop on “Implementation of Model Curriculum”VTU Jnana Sangama, Belagavi and Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management Adyar, Mangalore
      12.Mr. Rajath RaoMech To attend International Conference on “Computer Networks and Inventive Communication Technologies (ICCNCT – 2018) and present her paper titled “Comparative Analysis of TCP variants for Video Transmission over Multihop Mobile Ad Hoc Networks” R.V.S. Technical Campus, Coimbatore26th to 27th April 2018
      13.Dr. Shankaran P.Maths To attend workshop on “New Model Curriculum for First Year BE-CBCS Detailed syllabus 92018-19) as per OBE format including Course Outcomes and Bloom’s Taxonomy” Sahyadri College of Engineering & Mgt. Mangalore19th May,2018
      14.Mr. Joy Elvine MartisHumanity To attend workshop on “New Model Curriculum for First Year BE-CBCS Detailed syllabus 92018-19) as per OBE format including Course Outcomes and Bloom’s Taxonomy” Sahyadri College of Engineering & Mgt. Mangalore19th May,2018
Programmes Organized:
    1. A Technical Talk on “Introduction to Machine Learning” - 5th April 2018
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“TECHNICAL TALK” – 5/4/2018

The department of MCA under the Students Association of MCA (SAMCA) organised a technical talk on “Introduction to Machine Learning” on 5th of April 2018. Dr. Sarika Hegde, Associate Professor, Department of CSE, NMAMIT was the resource person. More than 60 students were benefited from this program. The objective of the talk was to familiarize students with the concepts of Machine Learning and related fields which is gaining attention these days.

    2. One day Faculty Development Program on “Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning / Deep Learning” – 8th April 2018
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“ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE / MACHINE LEARNING / DEEP LEARNING” – 8/4/2018

A one day Faculty Development Program (FDP) on “Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning/Deep Learning” was organized by the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering on April 8, 2018 in Sowparnika Auditorium. The FDP was sponsored by Intel and Technically Supported by Calligo Technologies, Bengaluru. 34 participants from different Institutions and from different streams registered for the program. The program was formally inaugurated by the Chief Guest was Sri. Rajaraman Subramanian, Co-founder and Technical Director, Calligo Technologies-Bengaluru. Dr. Niranjan Chiplunkar, Principal, NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte had presided over the function. Convener Dr. Rekha Bhandarkar, Professor and Head, ECE Department and Sri Pranav Calligo Technologies-Bengaluru were the other dignitaries on the dais. Ms. Anusha compered the program and Dr. Veena Devi S V has presented the invocation.

During his session, Sri. Rajaraman Subramanian has introduced Artificial Intelligence (AI). He also has highlighted the everyday usage of AI. He also explained about end-to-end AI stack. Many faculty have interacted with speaker during the session. The second session on Machine Learning (ML) was started by Sri. Pranav from Calligo Technologies. He described practical aspects of ML. He demonstrated ML by few sample program examples. He also interacted with participants by tossing some questions. Many real time examples were explained by the speaker. Sri. Pranav began the third session on Deep Learning (DL). He explained about Artificial Neural Network (ANN) with few practical examples of DL. He then explained the Calligo Intelligent Data Analytics Platform features, optimization technique, Intel Distribution of Python and Data Analytic Acceleration Library (DAAL) and concluded the session. Participants‟ feedback was taken. Ms. Anusha R, Assistant Professor, ECE department rendered the vote of thanks to all. Finally the Certificates were issued to the participants. The FDP was coordinated by Organizing Secretary Dr. Krishnananda Shet, Associate Professor, ECE department and joint- Organizing Secretary Dr. Subramanya Bhat, Associate Professor, ECE department.

    3. A Technical Talk on “VLSI Trends, Market Demand & Expectation” - 18th April 2018
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“TECHNICAL TALK” – 18/4/2018

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering of N.M.A.M. Institute of Technology, Nitte has organized a Technical Talk on “VLSI Trends, Market Demand & Expectation” on 18 April 2018 at Sowparnika hall. Mr. Kumaraswamy K V, Senior Technical Manager, Trident Tech Labs was the resource person. Mr. Kumaraswamy KV, in his talk has given an insight into Hardware design trends in the field of Digital Design and Analog Design. He spoke on how science, Technology and engineering are interrelated and explained how innovation, implementation and development are interdependent

He gave an overview on ASIC Design Flow and explained how each stage is evolved in VLSI Design. He explained how FPGA Design Flow involves various steps in designing an IC. In his presentation he mentioned the various design metrics and how these brought about a difference in ASIC and FPGA Design Flow. He mentioned about DO-254 which is an industry document entitled “Design Assurance for Airborne Electronic Hardware” and how this evolves Mathworks in different stages. He made a mention on test cases and the tools involved in test cases.

Mr. Kumaraswamy KV also spoke about the company Trident Tech Labs and its successful journey. He made a mention about the company's Electronic Design Automation (EDA) Partners and the various Customers whom they provide Industry Solution to.M.Tech students and faculty members of the departments and other departments of the institution were present for the talk.

    4. A Technical Talk on “Research Activities of Centre for Robotics Research at NMIT, Bangalore’’ – 21st April 2018
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“TECHNICAL TALK” – 21/04/2018

SIGIR (Special Interest Group in Information Retrieval) organized a technical talk by Dr. Jharna Majumdhar, Dean (R&D), NMIT, Bangalore on 21st April 2018. 50 faculty members and 50 M.Tech students from CSE, ISE, EEE, ECE and Mechanical attended the talk. Dr. Balasubramani, Coordinator of SIGIR welcomed the gathering and introduced the Chief Guest to the audience. He also threw light on the achievements of a student team from NMAMIT in #UnitedByHCL Hackathon at Manchester, UK, Smart India Hackathon 2018 at Kanpur, and Walmart India Labs Hackathon at Bangalore. The talk was about various „Research Activities of Centre for Robotics Research at NMIT, Bangalore‟. Dr. Jharna Majumdhar explained in detail about various research projects undertaken by faculty members and students of CRR. Some of the key projects are: Industrial Robot Automation, Door Sensing Mobile Robot, Trajectory Control of Mobile Robot, Mobile Robot (Indoor / Outdoor) with Intelligent Computer Vision System for Human Following, Computer Vision for Robotic Application.

II. Conferences/ Workshops Attended by the faculty

Sl.No.Name of the FacultyDept.Deputed for PlaceDate of Visit
1.Mr. T. R. VenugopalMechTo attend the KCTU Project Progress Review meeting VITC Building, Bangalore5th April 2018
2.Mrs. Sharada Uday ShenoyCSTo attend the CSI sponsored conference on “Women in IT” Bangalore 7th April 2018
3.Dr. Shashikanth KarinkaMechTo attend and present his paper titled “Comparison of Modeling Techniques to be used as an objective function in optimization Techniques” in the International Conference on “Advances in Manufacturing materials and Energy Engg. (ICONMMEE-2018) Srinivasa Institute of Technology, Mangaluru 11th April 2018
4.Dr. Ajith HebbaleMechTo attend VTU Youth Fest 2018 Angadi Institute of Technology, Belegavi11th April 2018
5.Mr. Shanmukha ShettyCivil To attend UG Technical Fest “ THANTRANJA-2018” as a judge for the national level paper presentation Competition at KVGCE Sulya KVGCE, Sullya12th April 2018
6.Dr. Balasubramani ISTo attend the Expo 2018 India Hotel Plaza, Bangalore19th April 2018
7.Dr. Subramanya Ishwara BhatChemistryTo attend and present paper titled “ Uncatalyzed one-pot three- component synthesis of Pyranoqionolone derivatives in water” in the International Conference on “ Green Methods for Separation Purification and Nanomaterials Synthesis”CNMS Jain University Kanakapura, Bangalore24th & 25th April 2018
8.Mr. Grynal D'Mello
Mr. Krishna Prasad
Mr. Vincent D'souza
Mech.To attend two days training programme on Industry Powered Automotive Laboratary Ashok Leyland Ennore Plant Chennai23rd &24th April 2018
9.Mr. Krishnaraja JoisaPRO, NMAMIT. To attend the orientation workshop for Unnat Bharat Abhiyan AICTE Auditorium, New Delhi25th April 2018
10.Dr. Shashikanth KarinkaMech To attend the AICTE meeting at Bengaluru regarding starting of vocational courses at NMAMITNitte Education International, Mangalore27th April 2018
11.Mr. Naveen J.E&E To attend One day Intensive Development Program on “Understanding Artificial Intelligence and Design Thinking for Building an Organization of the Future” NMIT,Bangalore20th March 2018
12.Mrs. Sharada U. ShenoyCSE To attend International Conference on “Computer Networks and Inventive Communication Technologies (ICCNCT – 2018) and present her paper titled “Comparative Analysis of TCP variants for Video Transmission over Multihop Mobile Ad Hoc Networks” R.V.S. Technical Campus, Coimbatore26th to 27th April 2018
13.Ms. Nikshepa3rd Sem ISE To attend and present her paper entitled „6LowPan – Performance Analysis on Low Power Networks. in the International Conference on Computer Networks and Inventive Communication Technologies (ICCNCT – 2018) R.V.S. Technical Campus, Coimbatore26th & 27th April 2018
Programmes Organized:
    1. Industrial Visit arranged to CPRI, Bengaluru - 1st March 2018
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“INDUSTRIAL VISIT TO CPRI, BENGALURU” – 1/3/2018

45 students of eighth semester B.E. (E&E Engg) assisted by two faculty members (Mr. Raghavendra Prabhu and Mrs. Latha Shenoy) visited Central Power Research Institute, Bengaluru on March 01, 2018. They visited Vibration Lab, Tower Testing Station, Power System Division, EHV substation to acquire knowledge on latest advances in high voltage transmission systems.

    2. Industrial visit to Varahi Hydel Power Plant, Hosangadi, Shimoga District - 1st March 2018
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“VARAHI HYDEL POWER PLANT” – 1/3/2018

52 students of sixth semester B.E. (E&E Engg) visited Varahi Hydel Power Plant on March 01, 2018. The visit helped the students to understand the technology used in practical application in the process of power generation.

    3. Industrial Visit arranged by Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) Student’s Chapter E&C – 2nd & 3rd March 2018.
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“INDUSTRIAL VISIT” – 2/3/2018

The Industrial visit for the academic year 2017-18 was arranged to visit three esteemed companies at Bangalore, conducted by Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) student‟s chapter for the second year students of Department of Electronics and Communication. The purpose of the visit was to provide an exposure to students regarding internal working of companies and also give basic idea about application, functional opportunities, manufacturing, services, finance and opportunities available in the different sectors. The program was planned and scheduled for two days dated 2.03.2018 and 3.03.2018 for sixty six students of II year ECE. Mr. Anil Bhat and Mrs. Nju Rajan were the staff in-charge. The first company was PC Process Private Limited located at Industrial Estate of Peenya 2nd stage in Bangalore. It was established in 1983. The company is specializing in quick turnaround manufacturing of „Prototype Multilayer Printed Circuit boards‟ production. They also export their products to other countries like Sri Lanka, Israel, Canada and USA.

The second visit was to the Indian Meteorological Department located at Palace Road of Bangalore. It is an organization under the Government of India, Bangalore being the headquarters. The staff at the meteorological department explained the matters relating to Meteorology, Seismology and allied subjects. The provided brief information regarding the weather forecast, recording the humidity, temperature, pressure, rainfall level, wind speed and direction and so on using various instruments. They record the weather sensitives every day since many years.

The third company was Digital Circuits Private Limited which was located at Doddakalasandra Kanapur of Bangalore. It‟s a company with a vast experience of 23 years in providing high quality Electronics Service. They use PCB as raw material and give their service to industries related automotive, electronic metering, telecommunication, power transmission, medical equipment and many more. The company staff explained as to how their products are manufactured. We got our doubts cleared by them and watched the working of machines with curiosity.

    4. NMAMIT, Nitte arranged “Parents - Teachers Meet” - 5th March 2018.
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“PARENTS - TEACHERS MEET” – 5/3/2018

Parents-Teacher‟s meet to discuss the Ist semester end examination results held on 05-03-2017 at 10.00 A.M in “Shambhavi Seminar Hall”. Dr. I. R. Mithnathaya, Vice Principal & Dean (Academic) welcomed the parents and briefed about the objectives of the meeting. He said that I year Coordinator Prof. Vinaya B.R. is monitoring the performance of the I year students and he requested all the parents to help him in this regard by getting the information of academic activities of their ward regularly.

Principal Dr. Niranjan N. Chiplunkar, in his presidential remarks explained to parents the steps taken by the Institution for the improvement of academic performance of first year students. Prof. Vinaya B.R gave the statistics of the I sem. Results and details of students who failed in more than two subjects. He also explained the way of conduction of remedial classes for needy students and students who has not performed well in sessional. During the discussion with the parents many parents expressed their opinion about the steps taken by the Institution regarding poor performed students and gave their suggestions also. Meeting ended with vote of thanks by Prof. Vinaya B.R. After the meeting, parents visited concerned department faculty members to discuss about the performance of their wards in I MSE.

    5. NMAMIT, Nitte organised “Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp” – 6th March 2018.
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“ENTREPRENEURSHIP AWARENESS CAMP” – 6/3/2018

Entrepreneurship Development Cell, organized Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp for Final Year students of M R Punja ITI on 6th March, 2018. 95 students attended the programme. In the first session Dr. Balasubramani R delivered a talk on Digital Entrepreneurship and touched upon various Entrepreneurship Opportunities available for students in Information Technology. In the second session, Dr. Sudhirraj K delivered a talk on Historical background of Entrepreneurship, Qualities of the entrepreneur etc. In the next session, Sri Sundara Serigara highlighted on various support and financial assistance from Govt. agencies, banks, and financial institutions. Also, he briefed about identification of business opportunities, project selection, project report preparation, project appraisal, technical & financial feasibility and evaluation.

    6. OBE Orientation Program for IS Faculty at NMAMIT – 6th March 2018.
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“OBE ORIENTATION PROGRAM” – 6/3/2018

Dr. Balasubramani R, Institute NBA Coordinator conducted Orientation Program on Outcome Based Education to the faculty members of Information Science and Engineering Department of NMAMIT on 06 March 2018. 17 faculty members of ISE department attended the program. The program covered the following topics: NBA – History, Importance of NBA Accreditation, Definitions of CO, PO, PSO, PEO, Graduate Attributes, Stakeholders in the process of Accreditation, Direct and Indirect Tools for Assessment

    7. Technical Talk on “Artificial Neural Networks and its Applications” – 7th March 2018.
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“ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS AND ITS APPLICATIONS” - 7/3/2018

A Technical talk on “Artificial Neural Networks and Its Applications“ was organized under the aegis of the Computer Society of India, NMAMIT Student Branch on 7th March 2018 at 2PM in Shambhavi Seminar Hall. The speaker Dr. Prema K.V, Professor from the Dept. of CSE, MIT, Manipal, started the event with a brief explanation of what neural networks are and its importance in our everyday lives. She covered detail about the networks, explaining the mathematical concepts behind it. She also provided information about the project that was done by students from MIT, Manipal. The event was met with good response, from all the students as well as all the faculty members that attended. The event witnessed the active participation of 40 students and 7 faculty members of NMAM institute of technology from departments of CSE, ISE and MCA, SBC, Prof. Sharada U shenoy and the other departmental coordinators were present. Student Organizers were Srinivas, Chairman, CSI Student Branch and Vineeth J. Faculty Organizers were Prof. Sharada U Shenoy, SBC, Prof. Chinmayi Shetty and Dr. Uday Kumar Shenoy.

    8. A Talk on “Pre-Placement Preparation” – 7th March 2018.
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“PRE-PLACEMENT PREPARATION” – 7/3/2018

ISTE Student Chapter has organized a talk on “Pre-Placement Preparation” by Prof. Prashanth Kumar A, Placement Officer, Canara Engineering College in Sowparnika Seminar Hall on 7th March 2018 from 2:00 to 4:00 PM. Mr. Abhishek S. Rao, Asst. Professor, Dept. of ISE introduced the speaker to the gathering and welcomed the speaker. The speaker highlighted on the various soft skills like self-introduction, common mistakes during interview, body language tricks and Email writing. The speaker also conducted interactive sessions with students which benefited them for the upcoming placements. The talk helped in boosting self-esteem of students. A total count of 42 students from third year of ISE got benefited from the session. Prof. Vasudeva Pai, ISTE Chief Coordinator presented a memento to the speaker as a token of respect and gratitude.

    9. Technical Talk on “Solar PV Integration to the Grid” was arranged – 8th March 2018
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“SOLAR PV INTEGRATION TO THE GRID” – 8/3/2018

The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte organized a Technical Talk on March 8, 2018 in the Sambhram Auditorium between 2:00 PM and 4:00PM. The resource person for the event was Mr. S. Lokabhiraman, Former Sr. DGM, BHEL (EDN), Bangalore. He gave an insight into the Solar PV integration to the Grid. Explaining the basics of wafer design and solar cell manufacturing, he talked about the trend of solar PV. He explained the challenges faced while synchronizing the system with the grid. He had constructive interaction with faculty members and the students of the electrical and electronics engineering department. Abot 150 students participated in this programme.

    10. Industrial Visit Organised by ISTE Student chapter, E&C - 9th & 10th March 2018.
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“INDUSTRIAL VISIT” – 9/3/2018

Indian Society for Technical Education (I.S.T.E) student chapter, Dept. of Electronics and Communication Engineering, NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte had organized industrial visit to Bangalore. The program was planned and scheduled for two days dated 09.03.2018 and 10.03.2018 for forty five students of III year ECE. Mrs. Nju Rajan and Mr. Karthik were the staff in-charge. The industrial visit started with a visit to Vishveshwaraya Technological Museum. The museum had various divisions such as Mechanics which had inventions related to mechanics such as boilers, late machines, different gear drives etc. Another section was BEL Electronics Lab which had logic gates, transistors etc. Aerospace section had models of air rockets, fluid stream lines and aerodynamic drag etc. The most interesting section was fun science which were the application of various theoretical laws.

The second visit was to Digital Circuits, which was located at Doddakalasandra Kanapur of Bangalore. It‟s a company with a vast experience of 23 years in providing high quality Electronics Service. This industry specializes in production of Printed Circuit Board (PCB) for its clients. The ground floor of their building is entirely automated with latest machines. The machine which is used to place components, can place 1,20,000 per hour. It can produce a complete fabricated PCB in 8 minutes. The first floor of that plant is a manual processing station. Here both lead and lead-less soldering techniques are used based on client‟s requirement. Here they use wave-foam soldering technique to produce PCB at faster rate. The second floor of this building is again used for manual processing and testing of the PCB. This ended the day one of the industrial visit. The second day started with a visit to Indian Institute of Science(IISc), Bangalore . It was open day of IISc, Bangalore. Various projects were being exhibited. Few among them were Li-Fi i.e. a proposed successor of Wi-Fi, which is faster since it uses light for transmission and reception. Another one was, finding out the adulteration of petroleum product using the concept of resonating frequency of rectangular waveguide. The Department of ECE, of IISC had conducted a cross word puzzle competition based on technical question related to core ECE subjects for which our student was the winner. Raksha Shet from VI semester C section was the winner. She was gifted with a power bank as the prize for the event.

Industrial visit was concluded with great learning experience. It bridged the gap between theoretical training and practical application in real-life. Students got a better way to identify their prospective area of work. It has broaden the outlook of every student.

    11. 2 Days Workshop on “Salesforce Trailhead” - 9th & 10th March 2018.“SALESFORCE
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“SALESFORCE TRAILHEAD” – 9/3/2018

Department of MCA, NMAMIT, Nitte organized a 2-Day “Salesforce Trailhead Workshop” on 9th & 10th March 2018. The Chief Guest, Mr. Abhilash Kuntar, Salesforce Architect at ETmarlabs, Bangalore, Alumnus of MCA department briefed about the Salesforce platform. Dr. I. R Mithanthaya ,Dean & Vice Principal Stressed upon skill up gradation and motivated the students to harvest the benefits of workshop during his presidential remark.

Dr. Surendra Shetty, HOD, MCA Department welcomed the gathering. Dr. Karuna Pandit , Professor Department of MCA, briefed about the workshop. Dr. K. M. Hegde, Director MCA department, faculty of MCA department, Mr. Vishwa Vikas, developer advocate Engineer, Mr. Rakesh Thota, Events Manager from Salesforce developer relations team, Mr. Harish Nath, CEO, Sambhodhi Tech Solutions and 12 Salesforce developers at Sambhodhi Tech Solutions were present.115 MCA students and 60 IS students participated in the fully hands on session of the workshop. Mr. Anantha Murthy, Assistant Prof proposed vote of thanks and Ms. Spoorthi B Shetty, Asst. Professor compered the program.

    12. 2 Days workshop on “CSi Bridge and E TABS” – 15th & 16th March 2018
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“CSI BRIDGE AND E TABS” – 15/3/2018

Department of Civil Engineering organised two days workshop on “CSi Bridge and E TABS” – 15th & 16th March 2018.This first day programme was focused on CSi Bridge which included : Introduction to CSi Bridge Modelling of Simple Bridge Elements, Load Concepts according to IRC guidelines, Application of the Loads to the given structure , Analysis and Design of the Structur eComputation of result

eE TABS: Is a refined and convenient special purpose analysis and design program developed especially for building design. ETABS provides an unique suite of tools for structural engineers for designing buildings, Design of steel and concrete Structural members can be easily done in ETABS. The topic covered are:

  • Introduction to Etab Software
  • Overall Features of Etab software
  • Modeling of structures
  • Assigning the Different loads to the structure
  • Load combination concept
  • Analysis and Designing
  • Computation of result

The workshop was formally inaugurated by the Resource Person Mr. Mr. Rajeev sharma, Director, CSi Engineering software Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi through lighting the lamp. Mr. Shaik Kabeer Ahmed, Program Coordinator briefed about the purpose of the workshop followed by the Presidential speech by Dr. Niranjan N Chiplunkar, Principal. Total number of participants was 34

    13. Technical Talk on “Software Testing Tools” – 16th March 2018
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“SOFTWARE TESTING TOOLS” – 16/3/2018

The Students association of MCA (SAMCA) organized a Technical Talk on Software Testing Tools” on 16th March, 2018 from 1.30 PM to 4.30PM in the MCA Seminar Hall. More than 100 students of MCA participated in this talk. Mrs. Spoorthi P. SShetty, Assistant Professor, Department of MCA was the resource person. The Topics covered in the talk are

  • Importance of Testing
  • Types of Testing
  • Testing Tools
  • Open Source Testing Tool
  • Demo on various tools
    14. 3 Days workshop on “Primavera Tool in Civil Engineering Projects” – 21st &23rd March 2018.
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“PRIMAVERA TOOL IN CIVIL ENGINEERING PROJECTS” – 21/3/2018

Department of Civil Engineering organised three days workshop on “Primavera Tool in Civil Engineering Projects” on 21st &23rd March 2018 “ Participants are exposed to how to navigate in the Primavera tool, create a project, add activities and relationships, assign resources, adjust the project plan to account for schedule delays and over-allocated resources, and analyze portfolios. Participants also will learn how to customize dashboards and the Project Workspace to monitor project progress and communicate with team members. Total number of participants were 34

    15. One day Workshop on “LaTeX” was organized - 23rd March 2018
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“LATEX” – 23/3/2018

A one day workshop on LaTeX was organized by the Department of MCA on 23rd March 2018 under SAMCA activities. Ms. Mamatha Balipa, Associate. Professor, Department of MCA, NMAM.I.T, Nitte was the resource person for the workshop. 90 students from the Department of MCA attended the workshop.The workshop aimed at training the students in using LaTeX software and the commands used in typesetting documents. Information about how a scientific paper should be prepared and what contents should be present in the paper was also discussed. The training will help the students in preparing well formatted scientific papers/articles to be published in conferences and journals. It will also help them in preparing their project reports in a well formatted manner.

II. Conferences/ Workshops Attended by the faculty

    1. Report on Visit to NMIT, Bangalore by NMAMIT Faculty – 21st & 22nd March 2018

Dr. Balasubramani – Professor of ISE (Coordinator), Dr. Krishnanand Shet – Associate Professor of ECE and Prof. Suryanarayana – Associate Professor of EEE visited various Centers of Excellence and Research Labs at Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology, Bangalore during 21-22 March 2018. Dr. Jharna Majumdhar, Dean (R&D), NMIT coordinated the visit and gave a detailed presentation on various Research Activities being conducted at Center for Robotics Research. The team visited the following CoEs: Center for Small Satellite Research, Center for Robotics Research, Center for Computational Fluid Dynamics, Center for Nanomaterials and MEMS and Center for Design Engineering and Process Simulation. The team also interacted with the following active researchers: Dr. Shekhar Majumdhar, Dr. Sudheer, Dr. Madhusudhan, Dr. Veda, Dr. Habibuddin Shaik, Prof. Mamatha Bai, Prof. Shilpa, Prof. Prasanth and Prof. Santhosh Kumar.

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Sl.No.Name of the FacultyDept.Deputed for PlaceDate of Visit
1.Mr. Grynal D'MelloMechTo attend and present paper titled “ Surface Roughness Prediction in High Speed Turning of Ti-6AI-4V: A comparison of Techniques” in the International Conference on “Advances in Manufacturing materials and ENERGY Engineering” (Icon MMEE-2018) MITE, Moodabidri2nd &3rd March, 2018
2.Mr. Shanmukha ShettyCivilTo conduct two days workshop on “STAAD PRO” SN Mudabidri Polytechnic, Moodbidri 28th Feb.to 1st March 2018
3.Mr. Adarsh RaiMechTo attend and present his paper titled “Comparison of Modeling Techniques to be used as an objective function in optimization Techniques” in the International Conference on “Advances in Manufacturing materials and Energy Engg. (ICONMMEE-2018) MITE, Moodabidri 2nd & 3rd March 2018
4.Mr. Vishwanath JSMechTo attend and present paper titled “ Modeling & Prediction of Surface Roughness in Ti-6AI-4V turned curfaces: Use of DTWC image Fusion and GLCM” in the International Conference on “Advances in Manufacturing materials and ENERGY Engineering” (Icon MMEE-2018) MITE, Moodbidri2nd &3rd March, 2018
5.Mrs. Niju RajanECIndustrial Visit to Companies in Bangalore along with 6th Sem. EC students Bangalore9th &10th March, 2018
6.Mrs Mangala
Mrs. Ramya
MCATo attend one day TCS AIP Facult Development Programme MIT, Manipal9th March, 2018
7.Dr. I.R.MithnathayaCivilTo attend meeting at BMS College of Engineering ( Discussion on New Syllabus for 2018-19, as per AICTE) BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore12th March 2018
8.Mr. Sachith (Research Associate)Mech.Vist to ABB, Bangalore to inspect Robot as per the purchase order for dispacth Bangalore14th March 2018
9.Dr. Surendra ShettyMCA. To attend VGST Interaction meeting JNCASR, Jakkur, Bangalore17th March 2018
10.Dr. D.K. SreekanthaCS To attend meeting on vocational courses imitated by ACTE Atria Institute of Technology , Bangalore19th March 2018
11.Dr. D.K. SreekanthaCS To attend IOT meeting NMIT,Bangalore20th March 2018
12.Dr. BalasubramaniISE To attend Infosys Campus Connect meeting Infosys, DC, BangaLORE23rd March 2018
13.Mr. Marwa Mohiddin,(4NM16SCS08)CSE To attend and present his paper titled “Enhancement of Mammographic Images in the DCT Compressed Domain” in the IEEE International Conference on Control, Power, Communication and Computing Technologies (ICCPCCT-2018) Vimal Jyothi Engineering College, Kannur23rd & 24th March 2018
14.Ms. Harshitha(4NM16SCS07)CSE To attend and present her paper titled “A Survey on Plant Disease Detection using Support Vector Machine” in the IEEE International Conference on Control, Power, Communication and Computing Technologies – (ICCPCCT-2018) Vimal Jyothi Engineering College, Kannur23rd & 24th March 2018
15.Dr. Manjunath K.B.Physics To attend VGST Interaction meeting JNCASR Jakkur, Bangalore17th March 2018
16.Dr. Shashikanth Karinaka.Mech. To attend AICTE meeting on vocational Courses Atria Institute of Technology, Bangalore17th March 2018
17.Mr. Nithin Kumar.Mech. To meet HR Manager of SSMOS, BangaloreSSMOS, Bangalore26th March 2018
18.Mrs. Rashmi Naveen.IS.To attend Inter-Colleg Workshop on “ ColPoll-Amazon Web Services “Alvas Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mudabidri19th March 2018
19.Dr. Rajesh ShettyEC.To attend pay Fixation MeetingVTU Office Bangalore14th March 2018
20.Dr. Manjunath K.B.PhysicsTo attend VGST Interaction MeetingJNCASR, Bangalore17th March 2018
21.Mrs. AkshayaISTo attend and present paper titled” Analyzing and Comparison of Movie Rating using Hadoop and Spark Frame Work” in the International Conference on “ Data Analytics and Learning 2018 (DAL 18)Manasagangotri Mysore30th &31st March,2018