Workshop on Photoshop, LabVIEW Applications, Internet of Things & Soft Skills

Workshop on Photoshop

The Dept of CSE&IT organized a workshop on Photoshop conducted by the Society Visualive on 13 September 2017. The workshop was conducted by Mr Vishal Kanwar and Mr Pankaj Yadav to help students learn about the basics of Photoshop and graphic designing. 44 students participated in the workshop which was coordinated by Dr Shilpa Mahajan.

Workshop on LabVIEW Applications

The Dept of EECE organized aworkshop on ‘LabVIEW Applications with Practical Realization’ which was conducted by LabVIEW Academy (National Instruments) in collaboration with AKGEC, Ghaziabad on 9 September 2017. The workshop was project based and aimed at improving the application of LabVIEW software for student’s projects and to motivate them to work on real-life projects. The workshop aimed at building theoretical concept, imparting Labview features and programming knowledge. Live projects based on Labview were discussed. 25 students participated in the workshop and found it informative and interesting. The event was coordinated by Dr Anjali Garg and Dr Shaveta Arora.           

Workshop on Internet of Things  

A workshop on Internet of Things was organized and hosted by the Department of CSE and IT, and the ACM Student Chapter at NCU by professionals from the IoT-NCR group on 9 September 2017. IOT-NCR is an open community of people interested in the Internet of Things and M2M. The aim of the workshop was to discuss the impact of IoT on rural areas as well as the lives of the urban population. Ongoing projects of IoT-NCR were also demonstrated. Founders of the IoT-NCR group, Mr Vinay Solanki, Mr Jasmeet Singh, Mr Nikhil Gupta, Mr Sumit Jain and MrMayur Wadhwani also participated in the workshop.

Workshop on soft skills in association with IITK

A two day workshop onsoft skills in association with IIT-Kharagpur was organized by SOL from 31 August to 1 September 2017. The Workshop was conducted on the themes of time management, goal setting, interpersonal skills and motivation.

Emphasis was laid on topics like communication, team building, body language along with crucial PI and GD skills. Sessions were interactive and students participated in the learning process through games and activities. Five students Priya Ranjan, Tarunika Sahu, Dildeepak Singh, Jatin Hooda and Avtar Singh won gold medals in the competitions and will represent The Northcap University in the final rounds at IIT-K in their Spring Fest.