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  • Workshop on “Block chain: Technology of the future”

    Workshop on “Block chain: Technology of the future”

    Date: 11th March 2022, 3 PM

    Program: : Hands on training workshop on “Block chain: Technology of the future”

    Venue: Department of Physics, DSCE

    A hands-on training workshop on “Block chain: Technology of the future” was conducted by the Department of Engineering Physics on 11th March 2022. Around 65 participants have taken part in this workshop. The objective of the workshop was to interact with the first year engineering students and create interest in the latest technologies.

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  • National Science Day Celebrations 2022

    Report on National Science Day Celebrations 2022

    Speaker: Dr. Anand M Y, Senior Scientific officer, Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, Bengaluru

    Department of Physics in association with Department of Chemistry and Mathematics jointly celebrated National Science Day on February 28th. There were about 250 participants including the students of our institution, faculties and research scholars. Dr. Anand completed his M.Sc in Physics with Astrophysics as specialization and was awarded PhD by Bangalore University.

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  • ENGINEERING CONCLAVE 2021

    A REPORT ON "ENGINEERING CONCLAVE 2021"

    The Department of Engineering Physics has conducted “ENGINEERING CONCLAVE 2021” in online mode on 5th August 2021. The objective of the engineering conclave was to interact with industry experts and make necessary modifications in the existing syllabus. The program was started by welcoming the Principal, Industry expert, HOD and other staffs of Physics department. After the welcome speech, there was a brief introduction about the college giving the details of a wide range of UG and PG courses along with details of research Labs recognized by Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) by Dr. Aruna P, faculty in Physics who coordinated the full event.

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  • A REPORT ON WEBINAR “PRODUCTS FIT TO MARKET- CHALLENGES”

    A REPORT ON WEBINAR “PRODUCTS FIT TO MARKET- CHALLENGES”

    Department of Physics in association with Department of Chemistry conducted the webinar on “Product fit to market- challenges” for the students, scholars and teaching faculties. The coordinators of the event were Dr. Vidya C from Dept. of Physics and Dr. Sennappan M from Dept. of Chemistry. There were about 100 participants, including students of our institution, faculties and research scholars.

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  • A REPORT ON WEBINAR “DEMYSTIFYING IoT”

    A REPORT ON WEBINAR “DEMYSTIFYING IoT”

    A webinar was organized by the Scintillating Ideas club of Physics Department, DSCE on “DEMYSTIFYING IoT” on 29th May 2021. The objective of this webinar was to educate the students on Internet of Things (IoT) and its related topics. This event was conducted for first year engineering students of DSCE and around 100 students have participated in this webinar. The resource persons of the webinar were Mr Deepu, software engineer at APISERO and Mr Rakshith, Associate Engineer at MICRON technology.

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  • A REPORT ON WEBINAR “SOFT SKILLS”

    A REPORT ON WEBINAR “SOFT SKILLS”

    A webinar was conducted by Physics department, DSCE on “Soft Skills: An essential ingredient for Success” for first year students on 28.5.2021. Around 100 students participated in the webinar by Dr. Kalpana S Singh, Faculty, Physics and Humanities department. Different soft skills, Communication skills and aspects like leadership qualities were discussed in detail and were inspirational to the first year students.

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  • A REPORT ON HANDS TRAINING ON CHATBOT DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP

    A REPORT ON HANDS TRAINING ON CHATBOT DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP

    Scintillating Ideas Innovation Lab of Physics department has conducted a hands on training workshop on chatbot development in the department on 26th February 2021.

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  • A REPORT ON DIGITAL POSTER DESIGNING COMPETITION

    A REPORT ON DIGITAL POSTER DESIGNING COMPETITION

    A digital poster designing competition was conducted for First Year Engineering students of DSCE in the Gallery Room, Business Block on 4th March from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM by the Department of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The aim of this competition was to unleash the creativity and artistic skills of the students..

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  • A report on the Industrial Conclave for Engineering Physics

    A report on the Industrial Conclave for Engineering Physics

    The main objective of conducting the Industrial Conclave was to discuss about the existing syllabus for UG Engineering Physics theory and Electives for higher semester and to take suggestions from industry expert in the concerned field. The Conclave was held on 7th March 2020 at 10 AM in the Physics department, DSCE in the presence of B. Satyaprasad, Executive Director, AP Solar Solutions, Bangalore as the industrial expert along with our senior faculty. His focus is on product design and development and system certifications of Solar Photovoltaic installations.

    Syllabus and Scheme were presented by Dr. C. M. Joseph in detail in the Conclave and suggestions were noted and to be incorporated in the syllabus for 2020-21 batch. The suggestions were discussed with core branches to modify the syllabus accordingly as per their requirement. Syllabus was modified for more application oriented instead of conventional basic Physics in the meeting so as to be useful for the students in the higher semester. Suggestions included introducing water conditioning using nano technology to be included in the VII semester Elective course Nano Science and Technology and also as a self study component for I/II semesters in the Engineering Physics course. The three different processes (Chemical, Mechanical and Electronic processes) in water conditioning to be included as a self study component VII semester Elective course Nano Science and Technology. Suggestions by the board members were proposed to be incorporated in the syllabus for BOS approval.

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    • Suggestions included introducing water conditioning (as pure drinking water is need of the hour) using nano technology in the VII semester Elective course Nano Science and Technology and also as a self study component for I/II semesters in the Engineering Physics course.
    • The three different processes (Chemical, Mechanical and Electronic processes) in water conditioning to be included as self study component for VII semester elective course Nano Science and Technology.
  • A REPORT ON HANDS ON TRAINING WORKSHOP ON IOT

    A REPORT ON "HANDS ON TRAINING WORKSHOP ON IOT”

    Scintillating Ideas Innovation Lab of Physics department has conducted a hands on training workshop on IOT in the department on 28 th February 2020.

 

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