A uniquely enkindled event in Computer Engineering Department ‘INFINITY 2K18′, was organized in association with Computer Society of India (CSI) forum, on 28th & 29th September, 2018. The Department fest received an amazing response from across the campus. It comprised of various events and workshops based on programming skills, decision making, teamwork, enhancing soft skills and promoting team harmony.
September 28, began with the Inaugural Ceremony hosted by Miss Nidhi Panchabhai (III Year student) and Miss Manisha Kaur (II Year student). The department extended a warm welcome to the guests Fr. Dr. Paul Chandrankunnel (Director, SVPCET) and Dr. Surendra Gole (Principal, SVPCET). They appreciated the involvement of students who stood up to accept responsibilities and also wished team infinity with best wishes. Students participated with intense zeal and vigour. The day witnessed with the events such as:
Speakathon: “Rise above the Rest”. A competition to find the best Orator at Pallotti. The event was coordinated by Sagar Dewale,III year CE, Student Coordinator.
Cracken: “The more you clock the less you unlock”. Legacy event where you need to have Google in your pocket and all your senses in the right place. The event was coordinated by Minay Talathi, III year CE, Student Coordinator.
Talk@Pallotti: “Not just words beyond them”. The newest event in Infinity series, where professional speakers like Azeem Khan (CEO & Founder of The Tie Up) and Farheen Khan(Founder of Unschooled Artist) who shared their success stories and provided guidance on industry and entrepreneurship to the audience. The event was coordinated by Uttirna Rao, III year CE, Student Coordinator.
Pixar: “Capturing life creating Art”. This workshop focused on editing photos and video animation. The event was coordinated by Kshitiz Barapatre, III year CE ,Student Coordinator.
Webster: “Be a Web Master”. The event taught the participants web development. The event was coordinated by Nayan Agrawal, III year CE, Student Coordinator.
With the participant count of 300+students, day one entertained everyone.
September 29 began with the other events and workshops as follows:-
int Elligence: ‘The intelligent way to C programming’, a coding event. The event was coordinated by Kshitiz Barapatre, III year CE, Student Coordinator.
Caesar’s Palace: ‘Where luck meets money’. It was a fun task based event along with a feel of casino. The event was coordinated by Abhishek Madankar and Kanishka Nema, III year CE, Student Coordinator.
Cyber Surge: ‘Don’t Hate the Hacker Hate the Code’, was an ethical hacking workshop telling students how to keep themselves vaccinated in this world full of viruses. The event was coordinated by Akshay Parmar, III year CE, Student Coordinator.