It's CBIT's 3rd fest in a month. Nobody is complaining.
Head Start '07, a national-level technical symposium, is being orgainsed by the students of CSE, Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology, on 23rd and 24th March. It is a platform for students to interact and share their knowledge. Students from colleges all over the country present their awareness on a wide range of areas, from coding to gaming, and paper presentations to treasure hunts. Here are the details:
Papers are invited in the areas of AI & Human Computer Interfacing, Data mining and Data Warehousing, Network Security & Cryptography, Pattern Recognition & Image Processing, Social Computing & Bio-informatics, Object Oriented Software Engineering, VLSI & Embedded Systems, and Wireless Communications & Mobile Computing. In addition, any topic related to Computer Science is acceptable
Any software product such as device driver, paint tool, text editor, or a media player is programable. Use any programming language and send a description of the project. If selected for final presentation, a demonstration of the project will need to be made.
For all computer geeks, this is an opportunity of show off their coding skills. Design a game and win prizes
A quiz competition on computers and software
Coding 'n' Debugging
Designers spend 90% of their time in debugging the given software. To reduce this one need a fool-proof coding of a given problem. Participants are required to showcase their skills in Coding and Debugging, thereby reducing the time required. The faster wins
Demonstrate your skills and wits with the other participants on the LAN and become the champion
Adjust yourself and speak on the topic given on the spot
An outdoor fun-filled game
A technical drawing competition
This requires participants to make pictures using cut-papers of magazines
For further details, please contact 99850-55166 or 94412-86660.