We see a world where computing helps solve tomorrow’s problems – where we use our knowledge and skills to advance the profession and make a positive impact. ACM, the world's largest educational and scientific computing society, delivers resources that advance computing as a science and a profession. ACM provides the computing field's premier Digital Library and serves its members and the computing profession with leading-edge publications, conferences, and career resources. ACM MMCOE plans and organizes a wide range of events that include technical workshops, guest lectures, online events and various other competitions at MMCOE, throughout the year.
The chapter aims at creating interest among the students in computer science apart from what they learn during the course work.
Our main focus has been on holding numerous events which are to spread computing and technical knowledge in the undergraduate level.
The chapter will organize seminars and workshops on different domains by speakers who are well known in their area. These talks will give students opportunities to learn about advanced research subjects.
To compete in this competition, candidates had to register in a team of upto 3-4 contestants with a minimal registration fee of 400 rupees. The competition had teams tackling live APIs and problem statements (Domains - AR, Web Development, ML/AI and Android) given by the sponsors. The teams were guided by alumni mentors from MMCOE. The evaluators from companies did the evaluation of the work done by the teams to declare the winner.
Our speaker of the day, Mr. Kunal Raut gave important and useful insights on how to participate in international coding competitions from an ideal coder's perspective.He also gave tips on how to work with a team in coding competitions and how to divide the work . He further explained about ICPC(International Collegiate Programming Contest) and talked about various live contests like Codechef and Atcoder for competitive programming.Apart from that, an interactive Q&A Session was held between the speaker and students, in which he effectively addressed the queries of the participants.
Our speaker began the webinar and uplifted the issues raising threat detection and analysis,extending his demonstration for the minute details to be taken care of, as an individual. He gave a brief explanation over Cyber Threat Intelligence Operations and it’s working. From the eye of an Intelligence analyst participants learnt the power of Ai in this field and many more crucial techniques.
The event started with a brainstorming session of 4 hours. A complete app design was ideated and developed by students from scratch in the stipulated time. After a short break, the selected teams interacted and were evaluated by our esteemed judges. The event ended with a valedictory function graced by uplifting words of our honourable judges and a vote of thanks by mentor of IT Club, Ms.Rutuja Khire. Team Eureka won the competition with the prize of ₹4,000/-.Team Give me Hayaa was the 1st runner up with the prize of ₹3,000/-.Team Matrix was the 2nd runner up with the prize of ₹2,000/-.It was an enthralling competition with some interesting problem statements resulting in a unique and out-of the box take on them by the participants.