Sunday, 31 July 2022
The Annual Electronics Project Exhibition was organized by the Department of Physics and Electronics on 27 April, between 12 to 4pm in the Pathway of Bangalore Central Campus. The objective of holding this exhibition is to provide a platform for the final year students to explain the project work carried out by them and demonstrate its working to the visitors thereby promoting the learning process with hands-on experience.
The exhibition was organized by the B.Sc. final year students of both PME and CME classes as a part of their VI semester project work under the guidance of the faculty members of the department. There were 138 students with a total of 52 working projects on display during the event. The students enthusiastically demonstrated the working of their projects using actual circuit and charts to the visitors.
Dr. George Thomas C, Dean, School of Sciences visited the exhibition and encouraged the students by interacting with the students. The students from other classes visited the exhibition and interacted with the senior students. The exhibition succeeded in giving an overview of practical applications of electronics in various fields of day-to-day life with a special attention to some of the problems with social relevance. The event motivated the electronics students from junior classes to take up the project work seriously and more enthusiastically to create innovative electronic gadgets.
All the faculty members of department of Physics and Electronics were present during the exhibition and provided guidance to the students for the successful execution of the program. Dr. Mukund N Naragund coordinated the event. The department sincerely thanks the management for providing all necessary support in successfully organizing the exhibition in the campus.
Friday, 29 July 2022
A webinar was organized by the department of Physics and Electronics as a part of career guidance initiative involving alumni and industry experts on Thursday 28 July 2022 using WebEx platform.
The resource person was, Mr. Edwin Jose, an alumnus of the department (B.Sc. PME student 2015 – 18 batch) and currently working as a Chief Technological Officer in an Edtech company hailabs.ai.
Dr. Mukund N Naragund, event coordinator, introduced the concept of bringing back the alumni to the campus through the tech-talks and career guidance sessions to the participants. Ms. Antika Burman of 5 CME introduced the resource person and also presented a welcome speech. Dr. Paul K T, Head of the department shared his thoughts about the event and recalled his association with Mr. Edwin Jose. Prof. Benny Sebastian also shared his experience with Mr. Edwin as a mentor for student council activities.
Mr. Edwin Jose presented a talk – The road not taken: career Journey in a very enthusiastic way sharing his experience as a student at CHRIST. He explained several useful tips on how to improve the self confidence and interpersonal skills by participating in various cocurricular and extra-curricular activities. He elaborated on how to go ahead with the career plan leading either into job or into research by quoting his own efforts and achievements. He interacted with the students during the session. It was a very informative and motivating talk for the current batch of students. The participants shared their happiness and appreciation for the talk as well as for the initiative from the department through the feedback form shared with them by the department immediately after the webinar.
Ms. Sowjanya of 5 PME proposed vote of thanks.
Dean, School of Sciences, Dr. George Thomas, Head, Department of Physics and Electronics, Dr. Paul K T, Prof. Benny Sebastian, all the faculty members of the department and about 130 students participated in the webinar. The department wishes to thank the management for providing the opportunity for conducting the webinar.
Friday, 30 July 2021
spoke on the basic concepts of Intellectual Property Rights and Copyright, emphasizing the methods and guidelines to be followed to draft IPR applications, of the products and processes generated in applied and natural sciences research.
The webinar concluded with the vote of thanks by
Dr. Erumalla Venkatanagaraju,
Assistant Professor in Life Sciences and Coordinator, Webinar IPR.
Thursday, 17 June 2021
Thursday, 4 March 2021
The Life Science Association of the Department of Life Sciences, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Bangalore jointly with DKMS BMST organized an interactive virtual session on Blood cancer and stem cells entitled “Blood cancer and need for life savers” on 4 February, 2021 on the occasion of ‘World Cancer Day’.
Dr. Suma.S, Associate Professor, Department of Life Sciences and the faculty coordinator of Stem Cell Registry Programme introduced DKMS BMST and the resource persons. Mr. Mazin and Ms. Akhila Suresh from DKMS BMST gave an insight about the significance of the stem cell donation.
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