Seminar on “Innovative Techniques based on object orientation in Real world scenario”

Title of the Session: Seminar  on “Innovative Techniques based on object orientation in Real world scenario”
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) Department of Computer Science(Security System Specialization)
Date : 20.06.2022 Time: 10.30 am to 04.00 pm
Mode of the Session : Offline Venue: Seminar Hall
Theme(If Applicable) : Critical Thinking
Expert / Speaker Details:
Name: Mr. N. Shaliya Designation: Founder and Managing Director
Organisation: Zerame Infotech,Coimbatore
Objective(s) of the activity: 

PO1: To realize the basics of object orientation mechanism.

PO2: To acquire the knowledge about the comparison of object orientation with procedure orientation

PO3: To obtain the importance of object orientation mechanism applied in real time applications such as RedBus, MakeMyTrip etc.

PO4: To gain more information about software companies which focuses on object orientation paradigm.

Key Highlights:

A few major points explained by the speaker to the participants:

1.      Reusability of object oriented mechanism

2.      Comparison of object orientation with procedure orientation

3.     Development of ERP softwares using object oriented concepts like inheritance, reusable of pre-defined code.

Outcome(s) of the activity:

At the end of the  session, the participants  were able to:

1.      Understand the basics of object orientation mechanismand know the employable opportunities in that domain.

2.      Get knowledge about the comparison of object orientation with procedure orientation.

3.      Obtain the importance of object orientation mechanism applied in real time applications such as RedBus, MakeMyTrip etc.

4.     Gain more information about software companies which focuses on object orientation paradigm.

Participants Details:

v Total No. of students participated: 81

v Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated: 5

Innovative Practices in IoT & Robotics

Session Details:
Title of the Session : Innovative Practices in IoT & Robotics
Date : 18/06/2022 Duration : 10.00AM to 3.00 PM
Activity Category : IIC Driven Activity Nature of the Session : Physical
Theme : Innovation
Expert / Speaker Details:
Name: Mr.Sriram Nagarajan Designation: Co Founder & CEO
Organisation: Roboram, Nagercoil
Brief about Expert/Speaker: (Highlight points from profile of the expert)

 

Educational Qualification:

Completed B.E (Robotics & Automation)

 

Achievements:

·        Project coordinator for CVRD, Chennai Fire & Safety Department, COIR Industry

·        Worked in Industrial Automation Division at Dr. MGR Research Centre, Maduravayol.

·        Founder of Automation Firm (RoboRAM) in 2018.

·        Launched another venture called “RoboRAM Education” in 2020

·        Launched an online learning automation based platform in December, 2022.

·        Created a “Board of Studies” Council to construct the course syllabus based on industrial requirements.

·        Over 8500 people have been trained around the world, and more than 50 institutions have invited him to deliver about industrial knowledge.

Experience:

·        The Nesans, Technical Associate Engineer & HR – DEC 2017 – MAR 2018

·        Shalwin Power, Project Engineer – APR 2018 – OCT 2018

·        Intech Systems, Automation Engineer – NOV 2018 – MAR 2019

·        DR MGR Research Institute,Industrial Automation Consultant -APR 2019 – MAR 2020

·        RoboRAM Education, Automation Trainer – JAN 2020 – NOW

·        Data Bee, Business Partner – MAR 2020 – NOW

 

 

Objectives of the activity:  (minimum four)

·      To create an exposure towards working of IoT and its sensors.

·      To learn about IoT- Home automation applications and its real-time usage.

·      To enable students to learn Robotics and Automation.

·      To enrich knowledge towards working principles of Robotics.

 

Outcome of the activity: (minimum four)

 

·        Students learnt about IoT application and working of different types of sensors

·        Students gained knowledge on home automation applications.

·        Students got an exposure towards the real-time working of IoT Device – raspberry

·        Students inferred idea on designing, working and applications of Robotics in various fields

 

Key Highlights: (minimum four from the talk of expert)

 

Mr.Sriram Nagarajan, CEO & Founder, RoboRAM, discussed the Scope and importance of IoT in daily life.  The expert enlightened the students on the importance of IoT-based home automation such as, Smartfan, smart refrigerator etc.  He explained the usage of various sensors like Humidity Sensors, Pressure Sensors, Proximity Sensors, Level Sensors.  Also students had a discussion session with the expert and gained ideas on projects related to IoT Home Automation.

Participants Details:
Total No. of Student Participation: 10
Total No. of Staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) Participation: 03  – Teaching
YouTube Links:

Outreach program(SLCS-Samaaj Seva) on “Health care tips for sedentary workers”  

Title of the Session: Outreach program(SLCS-Samaaj Seva) on “Health care tips for sedentary workers”

 

Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) Food Science and Processing Management
Date : 18.06.2022 Time: 7 pm-8pm
Mode of the Session : Offline Venue: Aruppukotai
Theme (If Applicable) : NA
Expert / Speaker Details:- 13 students  of I Year  FSPM
Name: (Name list attached ) Designation: I year FSPM students
Organisation: SLCS
Objective(s) of the activity: 

 

1. To create awareness on health and hygienic practices among the sedentary workers.

2. To ensure safe and Healthy diet for the sedentary workers.

3. To reduce risk of musculoskeletal disorder.  

Key Highlights:

 

Our students emphasized the value of healthy eating practices and also counseled the workers on the importance of various dietary practices to be followed in the sedentary life.

Outcome(s) of the activity:

Created awareness to manage healthy life style among  the sedentary workers to reduce the chances of chronic health conditions, mental health disorders and premature death

Participants Details:

v Total No. of students participated: 13

v Total No. of. Teaching staff participated : Nil

v Total No of beneficiaries:07

SLCS Samaaj Seva – “Extension Activity on Protecting Children observing World Day against Child Labour”

Title of the Session: SLCS Samaaj Seva  – “Extension Activity on “Protecting Children observing World Day against Child Labour”
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) ZEAL Association – Department of BBA
Date : 13.06.2022 Time: 06.30 pm. To 07.30 pm.
Mode of the Session :  Offline Venue: Solankuruni Village
Theme : World Day against Child Labour
Expert / Speaker Details: I BBA Students
Name: List attached Designation: Students
Organisation: —
Objective of the activity:

v To create awareness among the villagers about the ramification of Child  labour.

v To develop and improve children’s abilities by imparting the values of Education, Health and Nutrition.

Key Highlights:

v The Students of I BBA prepared Posters on the theme “Avoid Child Labour” and visited the Solankuruni Village which is nearby our College.

v The students explained the importance of childhood and insisted the villagers to encourage and nourish the children through Education, Health and Nutrition.

v They also explained how the child labours are affected mentally and physically in the society.

v The students were accompanied by Dr. B. Meenakshi Sundaram Assistant Professor and Mr. B. Vairamuthu, Assistant Professor – Department of BBA

Outcome(s) of the activity:

v The villagers in Solankuruni promised that they will not allow their children to become a labour in future. .

Participants Details:

v Total No. of students participated: 11

v Total No. of Villagers participated: 33

v Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated: 2

“Awareness on Intellectual Property Rights”

Title of the Session:   “Awareness on  Intellectual Property Rights”
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) B.Com( Banking and Insurance)
Date : 09.06.2022 Time: 2.30 pm to 4.00 pm
Mode of the Session :  Online Venue:  Auditorium
Theme         Intellectual Property Rights
Expert / Speaker Details:
Name: Mr. A. Seetharaman Designation:  Examiner of Patents and Designs
Organisation: Patent Office , Chennai
Objective(s) of the activity: 

v To know about brief history of IPR, its types and Description

v To  know about  salient features of Intellectual Properties such as Patent Rights, Trademarks , Industrial Design, Geographical Indication, Copyrights etc.

v To know about the benefits of  Patent, copyright and trademark

v To know the method of applying IPR

 

Key Highlights:

v  The expert speaker gave a brief introduction on IPR and explained various related terms such as copyrights ,patents and trade mark etc.

v The expert speaker explained  in detail the benefits of the licensor and  licensee by IPR

v He also discussed about the types of Intellectual Properties and Description.

Outcome(s) of the activity:

v Learn and understand the nature of IPR

v Obtain awareness on various aspects of Intellectual Properties like What is a Patent, Patent Rights, Trademark, Industrial Design, Geographical Location

v Understand the method of applying Patent, Copyrights, Trademark and Industrial Design

v Student learned  about the benefits of registering for IPR

Participants Details:

v Total No. of students participated:  262

v Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated:  16

“AWARENESS PROGRAM ON FOOD SAFETY”

Title of the Session: “AWARENESS PROGRAM ON  FOOD SAFETY”

 

Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) B.Sc., Food Science and Processing Management
Date : 07.06.2022 Time: 10-11am
Mode of the Session : Radio talk Venue: Shyamalavani SLCS
Theme (If Applicable) : Safer Food Better Health
Expert / Speaker Details:-
Name: Designation:
Organisation: SLCS
Objective(s) of the activity: 

 

1. Consumption of food with a maximum permissible level of microbiological hazard.

2. Ensure the safety and nutritious foods to the every human being.

3. Reduce the risk of food borne illness.

Key Highlights:

 

In Commemoration with World Food Safety day our students emphasized the Safe and nutritious food ensuring the health and wellbeing of  every human being

 

Outcome(s) of the activity:

 

Attention and mobilize action to prevent, detect and manage food borne risks to improve human health.

 

Participants Details:

v Total No. of students participated: 13

v Total No. of. Teaching staff participated: 2

SLCS Samaaj Seva  – Extension Activity on “Avoid Pollution”

Title of the Session: SLCS Samaaj Seva  – Extension Activity on “Avoid Pollution”
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) ZEAL Association – BBA
Date : 06.06.2022 Time: 09.30 am. To 11.30 am.
Mode of the Session :  Offline Venue: Valayankulam Village
Theme (If Applicable) : World Environmental Day
Expert / Speaker Details: —
Name: — Designation: —
Organisation: —
Objective of the activity:

v To create awareness about the evil effects of Pollution

v To insist on avoidance of plastic usage and to grow more trees to save the Planet earth

Key Highlights:

v The Students of I BBA prepared Posters on the theme “Avoid Pollution” and visited the Valayankulam Village, nearby our College.

v The students took a rally from our College to Valayankulam village which is around 2 Kms.

v They explained the evil effects of Pollution and advised to plant more trees to make the surrounding environment greener.

v The students were accompanied by Mr. B. Vairamuthu, AP – Department of BBA

Outcome(s) of the activity:

v The villagers and the businessmen in and around Valayankulam village appreciated the students and their concern in protecting the environment and saving the earth. .

Participants Details:

v Total No. of students participated: 25

v Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated: 1

Photographs

WORKSHOP ON CYBER SECURITY & ETHICAL HACKING

Title of the Session: Workshop on Cyber Security & Ethical Hacking
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) Department of Computer Science (Security System Specialization)
Date : 04.06.2022 Time:10:00 AM to 04:00 PM
Mode of the Session : Offline Venue: Seminar Hall
Expert / Speaker Details:
Name(s): 1. Mr.Dinesh Paranthagan

2. Mr.Sriram Nagarajan

Designation: 1. Founder & CEO

2. Co Founder & CEO,

Organisation: 1. Hackup Technology Pvt. Ltd., Coimbatore.

2. RoboRAM Technologies Pvt. Ltd.,Nagarcoil.

Objective(s) of the activity: 

     To create awareness about the programme B.Sc Computer Science (Security System Specialization)

 

Key Highlights:

The Department of CS (SSS) organized a workshop on “Cyber Security & Ethical Hacking” to the +2 completed students. The workshop was started with the welcome address by Mrs.S.Nirmala Devi, Assistant Professor of CS(SSS). The presidential address was delivered by the Principal Dr.R.Sujatha. Mrs.K.P.Maheswari, Assistant Professor of CS (SSS) introduced the Chief Guest Mr.Dinesh Paranthagan. The Chief Guest demonstrated about the  basic security measures to be followed while using mobile phones.  He also elaborated on various job opportunities in the cyber security industry. Ms.Abirami, Alumni (2019-22 batch) shared her experience about Value Added Course and job opportunities in the Department.

Mrs.N.Auuradha, HoD, Department of CS (SSS), elaborated on the syllabus, value added course and various department activities. Mrs.G.Lavanya, Assistant Professor of CS (SSS) introduced the Chief Guest Mr.Sriram Nagarajan. The Chief Guest elaborated the importance of programming skills required in the cyber security domain. He also encouraged the students to develop programming skills. Finally vote of thanks was delivered by Mrs.V.Gayathri, Assistant Professor of CS (SSS). The association members of TechnoFest, Department of CS(SSS), compeered the entire session.

Outcome(s) of the activity:

      Created awareness about the job opportunities in Cyber Security domain.

 

Participants Details:

v Total No. of students participated: 55

v Total No. of parents participated: 31

v Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated: 05

Outreach program (SLCS Samaaj Seva) through “Nutri guidance for cooking the nutraceuticals food”

FAGAS, an Association of the Department of Food Science and Processing Management of Subbalakshmi Lakshmipathy College of Science, Madurai organized an Outreach program (SLCS Samaaj Seva) through Nutri guidance for cooking the nutraceuticals food” on 03.06.2022 at Kappalur. Thirteen students of II Year FSPM gave a briefly explained to housewives about the cutting and cooking practices to minimise the wastage of food and enhance the nutrients in the cooked food. Finally the students counselled the house wives that preliminary cooking practises not only enhance the nutritive value of the food but also the minimise the harmful effects during cooking.

  

Alumni Interaction

Title of the Session: Alumni Interaction
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) NetKings Association of the Department of Networking
Date : 03.06.2022 Time:01.30 PM
Mode of the Session : Offline Venue: SLCS
Theme(If Applicable) :
Expert / Speaker Details: Mr.Nandha Kumar, Senior Support Engineer of Anupam Technologies Pvt. Ltd Chennai
Name: Mr.Nandha Kumar Designation: Senior Support Engineer
Organisation: Anupam Technologies Pvt. Ltd Chennai
Objective(s) of the activity: 

The alumni meet is to reconnect with the Alumni and celebrate their success and various achievements in their chosen field

 

Key Highlights:

Ø  Online certifications of various courses and employment opportunity based on skills

Ø  Recent Trends in technology and certifications in the industry.

Ø Career guidance regarding higher studies

 

Outcome(s) of the activity:

The meet also created a platform to identify the college’s most distinguished alumni

 

Participants Details:

v Total No. of students participated: 08

v Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated: 01

×

Powered by SLCS

× How can I help you?