Usage of trainer kits in Digital Electronics
Date: 11 August 2023
Department Of Electronics, organized a workshop on “Usage of trainer kits in Digital Electronics” for the faculties teaching digital Electronics on 11th August 2023. Prof. Nagendra.S, Program Coordinator, BSc (Physical Sciences) introduced the resource person highlighted the importance of the trainer kits in teaching digital electronics gave an overview about the workshop.
During the first session, Dr. Mayank Pandey delivered a comprehensive introduction to digital trainer kits available in the market and discussed the various terminal available in the kit. He later demonstrated the digital circuit building methods using ICs.
During the second session, Prof. Amjad Hassan Khan demonstrated the methods in identifying the digital ICs. He taught the pin diagrams for all the ICs and made the participants to use the digital trainer kits and construct the digital circuits. At the end of workshop the participants had a hands on session on constructing the digital circuits and verified their working principle.
Workshop on Python for Mathematicians
Date: 07 August 2023
A Python workshop for first-year mathematics students was conducted on 07.08.2023 to introduce them to the fundamentals of Python programming and its applications in solving mathematical problems. Prof. Menaka B, Faculty at Department of Mathematics, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous), Bengaluru is the resource person for the workshop. The workshop aimed to provide students with a foundational understanding of Python and its basic math libraries, enabling them to utilize Python as a tool for mathematical analysis and problem-solving. he workshop began with an introduction to Python, highlighting its importance in various fields, including Python Math Libraries, NumPy, SciPy, Matplotlib and Hands-On Exercises. The Python workshop for first-year mathematics students was a successful initiative aimed at equipping students with essential programming skills and the ability to apply Python to mathematical problem-solving. It provided a solid foundation for their future studies and research in mathematics and related fields.
Workshop in R
Date: 07 August 2023
The workshop began with an overview of statistical analysis, including its importance in drawing conclusions from data. The session delved into the application of descriptive statistics. Participants were shown how to perform statistical analysis, like plotting boxplot, construction of Frequency distribution and their appropriate interpretation. They were also taught to access the inbuilt data. Throughout the workshop, participants were engaged in hands-on exercises and case studies. This provided them with practical experience in conducting statistical analysis using R.
Excel Enrichment Workshop
Date: 03 August 2023
Department of Statistics organized Workshop on “Excel Enrichment Workshop”. Resource Persons for the workshop is Prof. Liji George, Dr. Vinodh B, and Dr. Yuvaraj V.
The primary objective of the event was to provide undergraduate students with a comprehensive understanding of the basics of Microsoft Excel. Throughout the event, participants were introduced to essential concepts such as spreadsheet navigation, data entry, formatting, and basic formulae. These concepts were explained in a clear and accessible manner, catering to students with varying levels of familiarity with the software. Practical exercises were a key component of the event, allowing attendees to apply what they learned in real-time, thereby reinforcing their understanding and boosting their confidence in using Excel.
Additionally, the event fostered a collaborative and interactive environment, encouraging participants to engage in discussions and share their insights. This not only facilitated a dynamic learning experience but also provided students with the opportunity to learn from their peers’ questions and experiences.
Overall, the event successfully achieved its goal of imparting a solid foundation in Excel to undergraduate students. Attendees left with improved proficiency in spreadsheet tasks, an enhanced ability to organize and analyze data, and a valuable skillset that will likely prove beneficial in both their academic pursuits and future careers. 84 participants are benefitted through this event.
One Day Workshop on Exploring Arduino
Date: 18 August 2023
Department Of Electronics, organized a one day workshop on “EXPLORING ARDUINO” on 18th August 2023. Prof. Nagendra.S, Program Coordinator, BSc (Physical Sciences) introduced the resource person Dr. Malatesh Akkur, and highlighted the importance of Arduino programming in electronics field gave an overview about the workshop.
During the first session, Dr. Malatesh delivered a comprehensive introduction to different types of Arduino boards available in the market and discussed the applications of Arduino in the real time world. He later demonstrated the installation process of Arduino Software (IDE). Students had a hands on session on writing the programs using Arduino software (IDE). Some of the programs executed during the session were LED blinking, Traffic signal, Home Automation.
During the second session, Dr. Malatesh demonstrated on the circuit building concepts using Arduino Uno board. Later he explained how the program has to be stored in the Arduino Uno board. Students developed the home automation project on the breadboard and controlled the devices using mobile App. In the later session a major project title “Bluetooth controlled device” was developed by the students. Dr. Malatesh also taught about the mobile Apps available in the play store to control the Bluetooth gadgets. At the end of workshop students develop a Bluetooth controlled car operated by mobile App.
Workshop on Statistical Inference Using SPSS
Date: 03 & 04 August 2023
Department of Statistics organized Workshop on “Statistical Inference Using SPSS”. It was a two day workshop conducted for V Semester BSc STEC and STMM students. The Resource Persons is Ms. Keerthi Vijayan, faculty, department of statistics and Dr.Vinoth B, Assistant Professor, department of statistics. The workshop on "Statistics Inference Using SPSS" was conducted with the aim of providing participants with a comprehensive understanding of statistical inference techniques and hands-on experience in using the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) software for data analysis and interpretation. The workshop was designed to cater to participants with varying levels of statistical knowledge, from beginners to intermediate users.
The workshop began with an overview of statistical inference, including its importance in drawing conclusions from data. Basic concepts such as population, sample, parameter, and statistic were explained. The session delved into the application of inferential statistics. Participants were shown how to perform t-tests, chi-squared tests, and analysis of variance using SPSS. Practical exercises were conducted on constructing confidence intervals for population parameters using SPSS. Participants were taught how to interpret these intervals and make informed conclusions. The concept of hypothesis testing was explained in detail, followed by demonstrations of how to set up and perform hypothesis tests using SPSS. Emphasis was placed on understanding p-values and making appropriate decisions based on them. Throughout the workshop, participants engaged in hands-on exercises and case studies. This provided them with practical experience in conducting statistical analysis using SPSS.
Conclusion: The "Statistics Inference Using SPSS" workshop successfully achieved its objectives by equipping participants with the necessary skills to perform statistical inference using the SPSS software. Participants gained a solid understanding of fundamental statistical concepts, estimation, hypothesis testing, and data analysis techniques. The hands-on approach and interactive discussions ensured that participants could apply their learning effectively to real-world scenarios.
The positive feedback received from participants indicated that the workshop was insightful and beneficial. Attendees expressed their appreciation for the practical nature of the workshop and how it demystified statistical inference and SPSS usage. 15 participants are benefitted through this event.