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Year 2022

  • Hackin’ Winter’22
    19th and 20th Nov 2022

    The GDSC hub of JYC organised a two-day Hackathon for JIIT students on 19th and 20th Nov 2022. Participants (group of maximum 6 students) were asked to propose their ideas in open track (i.e., without any specific domain) and then required to develop the prototype for their proposed idea. In total, 18 teams registered for the event, but after different rounds of scrutiny, 10 teams made the submissions. Submitted prototypes were evaluated by the three faculty members (Dr. Manish Kumar Thakur, Dr. Ashish Mishra, and Mr. Prantik Biswas) of Dept. of CSE&IT.

  • Partition Horrors Remembrance Day
    14th Aug 2022

    The team JYC assisted the General Administration of JIIT Noida to remember the horrors of partition through the painting/poster exhibition. Hon Pro-Chancellor, Prof. S. C. Saxena sir inaugurated the exhibition and addressed the gathering.

     

  • Parola Meetup (s)
    8th, 11th, 15th, and 18thApril 2022

    The regular weekly (twice) meetups were organised by the Parola (DebSoc) hub of JIIT Noida. This meetup includes the weekly mock and weekly teaching sessions in the month of April 2022. Meetups were conducted on 8th, 11th, 15th, 18th April 2022.

     

  • Flutter Festival
    27th Feb, 4th March, 5th March, and 25th Mar 2022

    It was a month-long online activity conducted into four sessions from 27th Feb 2022 to 25th Mar 2022. Session 1 was conducted on 27th Feb followed by Session 2 on 4th March, then 5th March and Session 4 on 25th March 2022. The Flutter Festivals is a community led event series where developers/participants joined to learn the fundamentals of Google technologies. - featuring Flutter, Firebase and Google Cloud content.

  • SABOTEUR
    15th Nov 2022 to 3rd Dec 2022

    The Microcontroller based Systems and Robotics Hub, μCR of JIIT conducted the Manual Robotics event- SABOTEUR at the OAT, on 3rd December 2022, 2 pm onwards. Microcontroller based Systems and Robotics hub brought up the outstanding opportunity for the young minds to show off their skills.The adventure of the Manually controlled robotics workshop, organized by JIIT's Microcontroller Based Systems and Robotics Hub, started on November 15 and lasted for three days. For the first-year students, this was a first of its type. The workshop attracted students from the first to the fourth year of study.The coordinators and mentors of the hub conducted the event. They informed the students about the significance of the workshop and its potential for growth in the field.The session began shortly after the induction address, about 5:30 p.m. At the beginning of the workshop, the students were quite energized. It began with the introduction of manual bots, which we could build according to our needs and requirements.First year Students were first shown all the components and given the brief introduction of each. Team of four were formed, and each team was assigned a mentor, and they all worked under the supervision of the Coordinators. They were taught how to do soldering, sawing, drilling and using their creativity to come up with different ideas on how to build the hand mechanism of the robot. First they learned how to convert AC voltage to DC using a rectifier and transformer. Everything which the students studied in books was implemented in real life. After the power supply was set, the mentors showed them how to build the remote and the base chassis of the bot. The hand mechanism was left up to their creativity but full support was given from our side even till the last hour of the event. Everyone interacted with each other freely, and they were given first-hand experience. It was a learning experience for the mentors too. The mentors too made mistakes and learnt from it.Description of the track created by the UCR team for the event: the track was divided into following 9 stages which the first years had to complete in order to move to the next stage: 1. To push two boxes into the cavity in order to make the path for bot, 2. Then rotate anti-clockwise such that the door for the next level will open, 3.then a combination of a narrow path with a huge cavity and deadly stairs, 4. A zigzag path in which a combination of Domino (push in order to make path) and traffic cone (in order to slow the bot), 5. A bridge in which you have to put 2 boxes from both sides so that you can push the wooden plate, and the path continues, 6. 3 rotating sticks for which you have to cross safely without touching them along with a turbulent bridge will make the bot slow, 7. Then two rotating long sticks which will throw the bot out from the path cross it without touching them, 8. Then the giant see-saw, where you have to cross it in one go and speedily else you would fall, 9. And at the end the bots had to make a mega jump safely on the platform.

  • Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav
    11th and 12th Aug 2022

    To remember the freedom fighters of India’s Freedom Struggle, painting competition, rangoli competition, vaadvivad (debate) pratiyogita, musical performances (singing of patriotic songs and dance on patriotic songs), and stage play depicting the freedom struggle were organised under the umbrella of JIIT Youth Club (JYC) at JIIT Noida, led by the faculty coordinator Dr. Manish Kumar Thakur.

  • Meme making and Quiz
    8th to 10th April 2022

    The Graficas hub organised a meme making competition and quiz for the participants from 8th to 10th April 2022. In total 129 students participated in the event.

  • Flutter Festival
    27th Feb, 4th March, 5th March, and 25th Mar 2022

    It was a month-long online activity conducted into four sessions from 27th Feb 2022 to 25th Mar 2022. Session 1 was conducted on 27th Feb followed by Session 2 on 4th March, then 5th March and Session 4 on 25th March 2022. The Flutter Festivals is a community led event series where developers/participants joined to learn the fundamentals of Google technologies. - featuring Flutter, Firebase and Google Cloud content.

  • Hands-on-Workshop and Aspire
    14th, 16th, 17th and 18th Nov 2022

    The GDSC hub of JYC organised the hands-on-workshops for JIIT students on 14th, 16th, and 18th Nov. The hands-on-workshop was centred around following: introduction to Hackathons, fundamentals of Next JS, and Data science & blockchain for dummies. Also, the event Aspire was conducted on 17th Nov 2022 which involved the tech talks centred around futuristic path way for students.

     

  • Kakori Train Action Day
    9th Aug 2022

    To remember the freedom fighters of India’s Freedom Struggle, the Kakori Train Action Day was celebrated at JIIT Noida on 9th Aug 2022. Painting exhibition on the theme “Kakori Train Action Day” and essay writing competition were organised.

  • Symphony-Duet Singing Competition (Round 1)
    6th April 2022

    Crescendo, the music Hub of JIIT organized the first round of an offline duet singing competition on 6th April 2022. More than 50 students of JIIT Noida participated in the first round. Students were filled with a lot of enthusiasm. The first round was judged by the technical coordinators of the hub. After taking all the inputs from the participants, the event ended with the jam session and some performances at the end.

  • OpenGL Workshop
    28th Feb to 1st March 2022

    A two-day online workshop on OpenGL had been organised by Game Development Hub on 28th Feb and 1st March 2022. Besides discussing the basics of OpenGL, students’ queries related to fundamentals of game development were also resolved.

  • Janjatiya Gaurav Diwas
    15th Nov 2022

    The birth anniversary (also called as Janjatiya Gaurav Diwas) of Bhagwan Birsa Munda Ji was celebrated at JIIT Noida on 15th Nov 2022. On this occasion, the team JYC, led by faculty coordinator, Dr. Manish Kumar Thakur conducted a debate competition where participants were asked to give speeches on Bhagwan Birsa Munda Ji, his contribution in the society and in Indian Independence. Around 50 students actively participated in the event and gave impeccable and analytical speeches.

  • “Yoga protocol” on International Yoga Day
    21st June 2022

    Jaypee Institute of Information Technology celebrated the 8th International Day of Yoga on the theme “Yoga for Humanity” with a lot of enthusiasm. The event could be very well organised under the invaluable guidance and support of our Honourable Pro-Chancellor Prof. S. C. Saxena Sir. The event was very well supported by the august presence of Our Vice Chancellor Prof. Y. R. Sood, Dean (A &R) and Director Jaypee Anupshahr, Prof. D. K. Rai, Prof. PammiGauba, Head of Biotechnology Deptt and Dean (IA & SP), faculty members, students, and staff. The event was inaugurated by Honourable Vice Chancellor Prof. Y. R. Sood, where he talked about the importance of Yoga.  Around 100 members in hybrid mode, 51 online and approx. 50 participants in offline mode from JIIT and Jaypee Anupshahr including B.Tech, M.Tech, M.Sc., Ph.D., faculty members and staff participated in the event. The event had right amalgam of Sukshamkriya, various asanas like Tadasan, Ardhchakrasan, &TrikonAsan, SetubandhAsan, and various Pranayams. The importance of Yoga in daily was emphasized. The event was concluded by Dhyan and Shantipath. Yoga and Health Hub coordinators, Prof. ReemaGabrani, Prof. Satish Chandra, Prof. Shweta Dang and Ms.Ekta Bhatt thanked the Bhartiya Yog Sansthan members and all the participants and concluded the session.

  • Circuitron
    5th& 6th March 2022

    A two-day technical event, “Circuitron” was organised by CICE on 5th and 6th March 2022. Total three rounds had been conducted in “Circuitron” as follows: Round 1 Quizzical: puzzle (Aptitude test) and Round 2 Loop Fault: find errors in circuit were conducted on first day, i.e. 5th March 2022. The Round 3 Idea Tank: Exhibit your Ideas (prepare PPT and present an idea) was conducted on the second day, i.e. 6th March 2022.

  • Interactive Session with JYC
    5th to 8th March 2022

    It was a four-day event where the JIIT Youth Club (JYC) installed the desk from 5th to 8th March 2022 to have the interactive session with JIIT students regarding various activities being conducted by different technical and non-technical hubs under the umbrella of JYC. Students were also encouraged to voluntarily pay the JYC fee.

  • OSDC Workshops
    10th, 17th, and 24th Oct 2022, 8th, 15th, and 22nd, Nov 2022

    In the months of October and November 2022, one hour programming workshops had been conducted every Tuesday (non-examination week) by the coordinators of OSDC. The discussed topics in these workshops majorly included following: introduction to Git & Linux, scripting with Java Script, etc. Each session had been attended by more than 50 students, whereas coordinated by 6 to 7 student coordinators.

  • Farewell 2022
    10th June 2022

    The farewell for the under graduating batch 2022 was organised on 10th June 2022 by the junior students. The outperformer students from exiting batch had been awarded the respective mementos. Many cultural performances had been performed by the junior students as well as the outgoing students. Achievements under various categories (like highest CGPA, highest package on-campus placed students, etc.) by the 2022 graduating batch were recognised and mementos were given to them by Hon Pro-Chancellor, Prof. S. C. Saxena sir.

  • Aspire - To Grow
    3rd February 2022

    The GDSC JIIT team organised their most awaiting event called ASPIRE. Under this workshop, team members who are experts in different technologies try to give a roadmap to the junior students. This workshop was organised on 3rd February 2022 at 6 pm. The Workshop was around 2 hours long. The workshop covered a roadmap for the technologies like Machine Learning (ML), App Development, Website Development, and Competitive Programming. The workshop aimed at providing not just a roadmap, but a complete talk on how to start learning, the best resources and what all opportunities are there in the technology. The workshop was tailor-made for freshers who were not familiarized with different technologies. The workshop helped in interacting with the new students and informed the attendees about what they would be doing in the coming years of their degree. The workshop gained an enthusiastic response from the audience and a lot of doubts were answered throughout the course of the workshop.

     

     

  • Blender’s Workshop
    7th to 9th March 2022

    A three-day online workshop on Blender’s had been organised by Game Development Hub on 7th, 8th, and 9th March 2022. The workshop covered all the basic aspects of Blender, its features, usage in the industry, and what makes it suitable for exploring and working on it. The workshop was aimed at making the attendees understand the process of designing models by walking through a step-by-step procedure. The workshop was tailor-made for beginners who were not familiarised with Blender and designing. The workshop informed the attendees about setting up the tool, the rendering process, and building up a model. Further knowledge about opportunities in this technology was also provided. A help tutorial sheet was also provided to the audience. The workshop gained an enthusiastic response from the audience and a lot of doubts were answered throughout the course of the workshop.

  • National Unity Day Celebration
    28th Oct 2022

    On the occasion of National Unity Day, a quiz was organised by Team JYC, led by the faculty coordinator Dr. Manish Kumar Thakur on 28th Oct 2022. The theme of the quiz was centred on Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. In total 50 students participated in the quiz.

     

  • Yoga Activity for students
    23rd May 2022

    Yoga is an ancient Indian discipline that allows the mind and body to work together in harmony. It involves stress reduction, relaxation, and rejuvenation techniques such as meditation, breathing exercises, and stretches. Yoga is essential for college students' physical and emotional well-being. Yoga allows students to be healthy in both body and mind, allowing them to flourish academically. Yoga has various advantages for college students. For this purpose, B. Tech students were exposed to some yoga asanas during Lab to break the monotony. Yoga is a highly recommended strategy for achieving optimal physical wellness, according to studies. It is beneficial in combating exhaustion because it enhances the body's energy levels. Regular Yoga practise helps to build a stronger and healthier brain. Yoga also improves memory. Additionally, practising yoga for 20 minutes before studying can improve concentration. Intense yoga promotes greater blood circulation from the body to the brain. Yoga for students has been shown to have a beneficial effect on the nervous system and brain in studies. Yoga lowers blood pressure and keeps the heart rate in check during times of stress. Yoga allows you to take your gaze away from your books or laptop. Yoga also aids in the reduction of headaches. Yoga, as a type of study break for students, has been found to be quite beneficial in terms of increasing motivation and productivity. As a result, Yoga improves the quality of sleep.

  • Encode2K22
    25th March 2022 and 28th March 2022

    A two-day individual coding contest, Encode22 was organised by KNUTH Programming Hub in two rounds at HackerRank platform. First round was qualification round which was organised on 25th March 2022 (Link of the Event: https://www.hackerrank.com/contests/encode-qualifier-2022/leaderboard/14) In qualification round, more than 130 students participated from different institutions like Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, Noida, Netaji Subhas University of Technology, Delhi Technological University, Graphic Era, Ajay Kumar Garg Engineering College, Dr Ambedkar Institute of Technology, University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering, R.D. Engineering College, etc. In total 70 students qualified for the final round which was conducted on 28th March 2022 at HackerRank platform (Link of the Event: https://www.hackerrank.com/contests/encode-finals-2022/leaderboard).

  • Workshops by Parola/DebSoc
    19th and 21st Oct, 9th, 10th, 11th, 16th, and 18th Nov 2022

    The Parola/DebSoc Hub of JYC organised workshops for JIIT students where the workshops on different dates were focused on “How to express and how to debate” and conducting the mock debate on different topics.

  • Eminence
    20th May 2022

    Microcontroller based systems and robotics hub is back with its offline event of the year2k22, EMINENCE. Prepare yourself and get your bots ready to their maximum efficiencybecause there is an extremely challenging track with a whole lot of breathtaking hardshipswaiting to test the competency level of your bot. To be the best, you must be able tohandle the worst.

  • JPEG Orientation
    30th March 2022

    This was one day orientation event organised in offline mode on 30th March 2022 by the Photography Hub (JPEG) of JIIT Sec 62, Noida for photography enthusiastic people. In this event, participants photography skills were tested by the student coordinators.

  • Workshop on Smart System Development using Arduino Uno
    17th to 20th Oct 2022

    A four days’ workshop on Smart System Development using Arduino Uno was conducted by the Microcontroller Based Systems and Robotics Hub (UcR) of JYC. The first day of the workshop focused on learning the Arduino platform whereas the second day was dedicated for the basics of sensor & actuators. On day 3 and day 4, students were involved in automatic light adjustment system project development.

  • Save Soil
    20th May 2022

    The Ribose Hub & Ecoquence Hub jointly organised an awareness program on 20th May 2022 in JIIT auditorium for awareness of environment. Various speakers and guest came to acknowledge the stage. with dance performance by Jhankaar hub.

  • Blender’s Competition
    5th to 7th April 2022

    A three-day competition on Blender’s had been organised by Game Development Hub on 5th, 6th, and 7th April 2022. Participants were asked to develop the animated films, interactive 3D applications, and video games. The submitted products were evaluated by the team of experts on last day of the competition.

  • Compose Camp
    7th, 8th, and 16th Oct 2022

    The GDSC hub of JYC organised compose camp for JIIT students, where focus of the camp was to teach the android development using Kotlin and Jetpack compose. The camp was conducted in three sessions, where first session was conducted on 7th Oct 2022, second session was conducted on 8th Oct 2022 followed by third session on 16th Oct 2022.

  • Street Play
    16th May 2022

    The Thespian Circle, which is a dramatic society of JIIT, conducted a street play at open area theatre (OAT) and near around lawn area on 16th May 2022. The theme of the street play was to depict how media and news channels control the mind-set of people in this generation. In total, 33 students performed in the street play which was witnessed by many JIIT students.

  • Hackin’ Summer ’22
    8th to 10th April 2022

    A three-day hackathon, Hackin’ Summer ’22 was organised between 8th and 10th April 2022. This Hackathon also served as the essential Internal Hackathon for Smart India Hackathon 2022 (SIH2022) for JIIT Students. Besides Hackathon, the Hackin’ Summer ‘22 also included the Guest Speakers Session, Quizzes, and Meme Challenge. Details of the events, events timeline, guest speakers, and judges are available at https://www.hackinsummer.live/. In all, 300+ students totalling 76 teams have registered for Hackin' Summer ‘22. Around 100+ external participants registered for Hackin' Summer ‘22 from different institutions across the nation. List of some of the institutions are as follows: IIT Madras, DTU Delhi, Chandigarh University, Osmania University, VIT Vellore etc. Besides Opening Ceremony, the mid evaluation of the projects being developed by the participants was conducted on 9th April. The mid evaluation was done by the group of faculty members of the Dept. of CSE&IT, led by Dr. Manish Kumar Thakur. The final evaluation of the projects being developed by the participants was conducted by the panel of experts on 10th April 2022. The final evaluation was conducted in online mode by the team of industry experts (JIIT Alumni). In total around 20 teams submitted the final project.

  • Gandhi Jayanti Celebration
    2nd Oct 2022

    The birth anniversary of Rashtrapita Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (Gandhi Jayanti) was celebrated at JIIT campus on 2nd Oct 2022 under the umbrella of JIIT Youth Club (JYC). On this day, bhajans and other prayers were sung by the students, besides giving homage to Mahatma Gandhi.

     

  • Yoga: The way of Life (a presentation)
    13th May 2022

    The students enthusiastically watched the presentation and learned about the origin of yoga and its roots in Indian soils and its benefits. The various Yoga techniques were discussed. Overall activity was successful and students became aware of the importance of Yoga.

  • Parola Meetups
    8th, 11th, 15th, and 18th April 2022

    The regular weekly (twice) meetups were organised by the Parola (DebSoc) hub of JIIT Noida. This meetup includes the weekly mock and weekly teaching sessions in the month of April 2022. Meetups were conducted on 8th, 11th, 15th, 18th April 2022.

  • Musical Performances and Stage Play in First Year Induction
    23rd, 29th Sept 2022, 1st and 8th Oct 2022

    Singing and dancing performances were presented by senior students for freshers on 23rd Sept. On the same day, the senior students also performed the stage play and stand-up comedy for the freshers. On remaining days (29th Sept 2022, 1st and 8th Oct 2022), the musical performances, stage play, stand-up comedy, etc. were performed by the mixed (senior and freshers) group of students which were coordinated by the team of faculty members, led by Dr. Manish Kumar Thakur

  • Symphony-Duet Singing Competition (Round 2)
    11th May 2022

    Crescendo, the music Hub of JIIT organized the second round of the offline duet singing competition “Symphony” on 11th May 2022. Total 23 students of JIIT Noida were shortlisted for the 2nd round and participated in it. There was a good crowd at the event, so many of the students visited the venue in order to listen to the participants. The final round was judged by the technical coordinators of the hub. All the participants gave a tough competition and the event was fun.

     

  • Robotics Exhibition
    21st April 2022

    The UcR (Microcontroller based Systems and Robotics) Hub of JIIT Noida organised a one-day robotics exhibition where B. Tech. students from second years onwards exhibited their projects on 21st April 2022. Around 15 projects were exhibited in this exhibition.

  • Orientation of JYC and Introduction to Hubs
    20th Sept 2022

    The orientation of JYC and introduction to associated hubs were conducted on 20th Sept 2022. It was around 2 Hrs. 30 Minutes orientation where role of JYC and importance and activities of different hubs were briefed to the first-year students. Interests of the students in different hubs and related activities were noted down. Around 600 first year students participated in the orientation program where more than 100 students of JYC and associated hubs briefed them about the activities.

     

  • YOGA Activity for students
    22nd April 2022

    All the students performed the Yoga activities with enthusiasm and eagerness. They learned the importance of Yoga in their lives and how to implement it for their overall development. Students learned about various techniques of yoga and how to practice them to increase the overall health of the body and mind and incorporate them to attain inner peace and stability of mind.

     

  • Poster Making Competition
    22nd April 2022

    The IoE Hub (It’s Our Earth) organised a one-day poster competition on 22nd April 2022. The theme of the competition was “Earth Day”. In this event students showcased their creativity through digital arts.

  • Student Webinar on Earth Day
    22nd April 2022

    The IoE Hub (It’s Our Earth) organised a one-day webinar on Earth Day. Students participated in this webinar along with some of the invited guests from industry and social workers.

  • Effects of Tobacco on Health
    5th Dec 2022

    As a part of UP government initiative ’’एकयुद्धनशेकेविरूद्ध’’, Yoga, Prahari& Health Hub with Department of Biotechnology of Jaypee Institute of Information Technology organised a virtual talk by Dr. UpendraBaitha on the detrimental effects of tobacco on health and its rise in India.  Around 50 members including JIIT B.Tech, M.Tech, M.Sc., Ph.D., and faculty members participated in the event. Tobacco leads to several health problems, this includes cardiovascular disease, cancer, chronic lung disease and diabetes and many more. It brings with it an inability to function in daily life. One of the solutions to overcome tobacco usage is to try nicotine replacement therapy and relaxation techniques. Dr. UpendraBaitha gave valuable tips to manage Tobacco Addiction. Dr. UpendraBaitha’s talk on the Effect of Tobacco on Health was very well received by the students and faculty members. He encouraged the participants to maintain a healthy lifestyle by bringing physical and mental disciplines together. Dr. AshwaniMathur and Prof. ReemaGabrani (Department of Biotechnology) thanked the speaker and concluded the session.

  • Teacher’s Day Celebration
    5th Sept 2022

    To celebrate the teacher’s day, the Page Turner Society (PTS) and Thespian Circle under the umbrella of JIIT Youth Club (JYC) led by the faculty coordinator Dr. Manish Kumar Thakur, conducted the Open Mic & Book Reading and Street Play events. Around 50 students participated in the open mic event where student performed singing on the songs meant for teachers, read their poetry etc. in front of numerous teachers and students of JIIT. Besides open mic (coordinated by PTS), the coordination team of Thespian circle performed the street play on the theme, “The life journey of a teacher”.

  • Poster Making Competition
    22nd April 2022

    The IoE Hub (It’s Our Earth) organised a one-day poster competition on 22nd April 2022. The theme of the competition was “Earth Day”. In this event students showcased their creativity through digital arts.

  • OSDHack’22
    20th Jan 2022 to 23rd Jan 2022

    A 4-day online Hackathon named, OSDHack’22 was organised at JIIT from 20th Jan to 23rd Jan 2022. Besides Hackathon where students participated in teams (maximum 4 students in a team, total 143 teams, totalling 452 students), following events were also conducted in 4 days long OSDHack’22: Opening Ceremony, Speaker Sessions, Capture the Flag (CTF), and Quiz. The event OSDHack’22 was inaugurated by Prof. S. C. Saxena, Pro-Chancellor, Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, Noida on 20th Jan 2022. The opening ceremony was attended by the participating students, faculty members, and student and faculty coordinators of the event. The event was video streamed on YouTube and link of the streamed video is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y2Tas9_fF20. After the opening ceremony, Hackathon and other events scheduled in 4 days long OSDHack’22 started. In total 452 students participated in OSDHack’22 from different institutes across the globe. List of some of the institutes from which students participated in OSDHack’22 are as follows: (1) Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, Noida, (2) Vellore Institute of Technology, (3) Delhi Technological University, (4) National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur, (5) National Institute of Technology, Raipur, (6) National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, (7) Indian Institute of Information Technology, Sonepat, (8) Anna University, Chennai, (9) Indian Institute of Information Technology, Sri City, (10) Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women, (11) International Institute of Information Technology, Naya Raipur, (12) Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad, (13) Malviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur, (14) College of Engineering, Trivandrum, (15) Thapar University, (16) United States International University, (17) KIET Group of institutions, etc. In all, five speakers (Atri Sharma, Ujjawal Sharma, Aman Sharma, Arvind PJ, and Vaibhav Gupta) were invited to deliver their talk and interact with the participating students in the Speakers Session. These experts are the JIIT Alumni working at reputed organisations across the globe. Unfortunately, the last moment diagnose of Covid’19, Atri Sharma was unable to deliver his talk. However, remaining speakers delivered their talks on diverse technologies in the domain of Information Technology. Their talks had been video streamed on YouTube and links are as follows:

    Vaibhav Gupta: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxv4TlMeKbs;

    Aman Sharma: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cL1JRhnqN8U

    Arvind PJ: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBDj0-bFSWs

    Ujjawal Sharma: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRGKfUl1km0

  • Say No To Drug Abuse(Nukkad Natak)
    25th Nov 2022

    Yoga, Prahari& Health Hub in collaboration with the Thespian organised a Nukkad Natak play on the rising issue of “DrugAbuse in India”. Around 60 members including students of JIIT B.Tech, M.Tech, M.Sc., Ph.D., and faculty members participated in the event. Millions of Indians are dependent on alcohol, cannabis, and opiates, and drug misuse. It is a pervasive phenomenon in Indian society, according to the news reports, published jointly by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime and India's Ministry of Social Justice. Alcohol, cannabis, opium, and heroin are the major drugs misused in India, says the reports. Buprenorphine, propoxyphene, and heroin are the most commonly injected drugs. One of the solutions to overcome drug issues is to promote awareness among the masses, especially young people. The Thespian tried to highlight this issue with the medium of the play and really struck the chord with the audience. The play focused on the importance of resistance, not falling for peer pressure and most importantly to help and counsel those in need of help. With the help of the play, we attempted to clear myths surrounding drug abuse and encourage the addicts to seek proper treatment.

  • Jaypee Entrepreneur’s Meet(JEM 2022)
    27th Aug 2022

    Jaypee Entrepreneur’s Meet (JEM 2022) was organised on 27th Aug 2022. Around 80 JIIT Alumni Entrepreneurs attended the meet along with their spouse/kids/parents. The meet was chaired by Hon Pro-Chancellor, Prof. S. C. Saxena sir who also presented souvenir for JEM 2022 to the JIIT entrepreneurs. The JIIT entrepreneurs also witnessed the musical performances of various artists.

  • Student Webinar on Earth Day
    22nd April 2022

    The IoE Hub (It’s Our Earth) organised a one-day webinar on Earth Day. Students participated in this webinar along with some of the invited guests from industry and social workers.

  • Samvidhan-otsav
    26th Jan 2022 to 2nd Feb 2022

    A one-week long event, Samvidhan-otsav was conducted by following hubs: It’s Our Earth, Graficas, JPEG, and Kalakriti from 26th Jan 2022 to 2nd Feb 2022. Based on the theme of Samvidhan (Constitution of India), following events were organised in the week long Samvidhan-otsav: Creative Writing, Poster Making, Theme Photography

  • Art Exhibition and Competition
    23rd Nov 2022

    The JIIT Economics and Business Hub of JYC organised a one-day art exhibition and competition on 23rd Nov 2022 for JIIT and External students. Around 15 students showcased their artistic expertise in the one-day event.

  • Art of Living Session
    27th Aug 2022

    An hour-long Art of Living session was coordinated by the team JYC (led by Dr. Manish Kumar Thakur) on 27th Aug 2022. The speaker of the session was Mr. Rahul Joshi who addressed the gathering of around 500 students and faculty at JIIT Auditorium.

  • Robotics Exhibition
    21st April 2022

    The UcR (Microcontroller based Systems and Robotics) Hub of JIIT Noida organised a one-day robotics exhibition where B. Tech. students from second years onwards exhibited their projects on 21st April 2022. Around 15 projects were exhibited in this exhibition.

  • Flip the Ending
    26th Jan 2022

    A one-day event where participant needed to twist an ending of their suitable show/series which they think would be the best suited ending. The judgement for the good/bad write was based on the crowd review through our social media handle. The event was held on 26/01/2022 in online mode.

  • Unreal Workshop
    21st, 22nd, and 23rd Nov 2022

    The Game Development hub of JYC organised the 3-days workshop for JIIT students. In this workshop, the participants learnt the world’s most open and advanced real-time 3D creation tool, i.e., Unreal Engine 5, art of creating real-world like environments, create games using blueprints and the framework to create digital humans.

  • Independence Day Celebration
    15th Aug 2022

    The Independence Day was celebrated at JIIT campus, where Hon Pro-Chancellor, Prof. S. C. Saxena sir hosted theflag at open air theatre (OAT) followed by singing of National Anthem.

  • Stress Management (a talk)
    16th April 2022

    Jaypee Institute of Information Technology is celebrating the 8 th International Day of Yoga. Yoga and Health Hub in association with Capability Enhancement and Development Cell initiated the celebrations with the talk on Stress management. Around 140 members including JIIT B.Tech, M.Tech, M.Sc., Ph.D., and faculty members participated in the event. Stress leads to several mental as well as physical problems. Headaches, Depression, panic attacks, and worry are a few of the issues caused by stress. It brings with it an inability to function in daily life. One of the solutions to overcome stress is maintaining a balanced and healthy life. Dr. Swati Sharma gave valuable tips to manage stress. Dr. Swati Sharma’s talk on stress management was very well received by the students and faculty members. She encouraged the participants to maintain a healthy lifestyle by bringing together physical and mental disciplines. Prof. PammiGauba (Professor& Head of Biotechnology Dept. & Dean (International Affairs & Sponsored Projects) thanked the speaker and concluded the session.

     

  • Technophilia 22
    18th Feb 2022 to 19th Feb 2022

    A two-day event, “Technophilia 22” was organised by µCR (Microcontroller and Robotics Hub) on 18th and 19th February 2022. The two-day event was divided into 4 exciting rounds which are as follows: (1) ROUND 1 (QUIZARDS) – It was MCQ based round in which the contestants will be challenged with mind-teasing problems that will test their mental aptitude and knowledge in the field of Robotics, (2) Round 2 (ROBOVERSE) - In this round, contestants were provided with the image of Bots and they were required to answer some questions based upon the bot, (3) Round 3 (THE MINDFLAYER) - In this round contestant were given some problems based on Arduino that they were required to answer in some words. In addition to this, there was an interesting section in which contestants required to debug and write code for the given circuits on Tinkercad platform, and (4) Round 4 (MEGAMIND) – In this round, contestants were required to submit their ideas based upon "Use of Technology in Sustainable Development" that can bring some change in the world. Post this, the contestants were cross-questioned to test how well they are able to present their idea to the jury.

     

Year 2021

  • Burst the Bubble by It’s Our Earth Hub
    27th April 2021

    A one-day competition “Burst the Bubble” was organised in online mode on 27th April 2021 by It’s Our Earth Hub. In total 42 students participated

  • A Day with Bose by It’s Our Earth Hub
    4th May 2021

    A one-day Knowledge Enhancement event “A Day with Bose” was conducted on 4th May 2021 by It’s Our Earth Hub. The event was conducted in online mode where students participated from different institutes including both campuses of JIIT. The theme of the event was centred on the life journey of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. In total 53 participants participated in this event.

  • Weekly Yoga Sessions by Yoga and Health Hub
    Friday (s) of April, May, and June

    Weekly yoga sessions were conducted on Friday (s) of April, May, and June month by Yoga and Health Hub, JIIT NOIDA, in association with Bhartiya Yog Sansthan. In April, sessions were conducted for Breathing Exercises, in May, sessions were conducted for back pain, and in June, sessions were conducted for Head, Neck and Shoulder

  • Induction Program for First Year Students
    4th Sept 2021

    During the Induction Program for first year students, the JYC and associated hubs orientation was conducted on 4th Sept 2021. It was around 2 Hrs. orientation where role of JYC and importance and activities of different hubs were briefed to the first-year students. Interests of the students in different hubs and related activities were noted down. Around 200 students participated in the orientation program.

  • Orientations of Different Hubs
    Between 1st Oct 2021 and 20th Oct 2021

    Individual orientations of different hubs like KNUTH Programming Hub, µCR (Microcontroller and Robotics Hub), CICE, Graficas, etc. had been conducted between 1st Oct 2021 and 20th Oct 2021. The orientations of different hubs were conducted in online modes where the coordination teams of these hubs were introduced to the newly admitted students. Students were also briefed about the type of activities conducted by these hubs, how these activities benefit the individuals, and list down the major events of these hubs.

  • Workshop by µCR Hub (Microcontroller and Robotics Hub)
    20th to 23rd Oct 2021 and 25th to 30th Oct 2021

    Workshop for Volunteers and Workshop for first year students were organised by µCR (Microcontroller and Robotics Hub) from 20th to 23rd Oct 2021 and 25th to 30th Oct 2021 respectively.

  • Workshop by KNUTH Programming Hub
    9th Oct 2021

    A one day workshop for ACM ICPC styled programming competition, online judges and coding platforms like HackerRank, CodeChef, Codeforces, SPOJ, etc. had been conducted on 9th Oct 2021 by KNUTH Programming Hub.

  • Code Class Noob by KNUTH Programming Hub
    23rd Oct 2021

    The coding class, “Code Class Noob” was conducted on 23rd Oct 2021 by KNUTH Programming Hub where first year students and few second-year students were introduced some of the basic and advanced data structures and algorithms.

  • Interactive session with JIIT Googlers by KNUTH Programming Hub
    6th Oct 2021

    An interactive session with JIIT Googlers Shivam Gupta and Akshita (both 2021 pass out from JIIT and placed at Google) was organised by KNUTH Programming Hub on 6th Oct 2021. The participants were briefed by Shivam and Akshita about their journey from JIIT to Google. Numerous queries were answered about importance of coding, data structures, algorithms, and other core subjects of CSE by Shivam, Akshita, and Manish K Thakur (faculty coordinator of KNUTH Programming Hub).

  • ElectroSpark by CICE Hub
    25th to 31st Jan 2021

    A seven-day workshop, “ElectroSpark” was organised by CICE Hub from 25th to 31st Jan 2021. This workshop was focused for the first- and second-year students. This was an introductory workshop where students were taught about the basic circuit elements and making of a temporary circuit on a breadboard. The main highlight of the workshop was that we taught students about 5 projects some of which were Buzzer, Piano, Intruder Detector and Disco light as a bonus project. This workshop was very successful with over 175 participants (Including external and internal).

  • Halloween by It’s Our Earth Hub
    31st Oct 2021

    A one day event, “Halloween” was conducted by It’s Our Earth Hub on 31st Oct 2021 (Sunday). The event includes various fun activities such as quiz, trick or treats, few games, etc. and some educational and general interactive sessions between the team and others.

  • Aatmanirbhar Bharat by Business and Economics Hub
    26th Jan 2021

    A one-day poster making competition, “Aatmanirbhar Bharat” was organised on 26th Jan 2021 by Business and Economics Hub. To mark the Republic Day, a day to honour the Constitution, the rights we enjoy, our sovereignty and diversity, a poster making competition was organised on a very contemporary theme of Aatmanirbhar Bharat. Self-Reliance is inherent in India’s very history and persona, and now this has become the most essential survival skill during the pandemic. It is this attribute of our country which made us the world leaders during these tough times. The world now counts on and looks up to India as an example for combating and conquering the virus. To foster new thoughts on the age-old mantra of self-reliance and to reinforce its relevance today, students were given an opportunity to put their imagination on the canvas using their creativity for designing vivid pieces of artwork. We have also added a digital flavour to the competition through a separate category of Graphic Design Posters.

  • Workshops by Graficas Hub
    18th Sept 2021, 19th Sept 2021, 22nd Sept 2021 and 25th Sept 2021

    Workshops on different topics were conducted by Graficas hub as follows: Workshop on Photoshop (conducted on 18th Sept 2021), Workshop on Illustrator (conducted on 19th Sept 2021), Workshop on Blender (conducted on 22nd Sept 2021), and Workshop on Canva (conducted on 25th Sept 2021).

  • Orientation and Exhibition of Innovative Products by µCR Hub (Microcontroller and Robotics Hub)
    13th Feb 2021

    A one-day event “Orientation and Exhibition of Innovative Products” was organised by µCR (Microcontroller and Robotics Hub) on 13th Feb 2021. The aim of the event was to introduce the students with the hub, past events of the hub, scopes of the hub, and the upcoming events of the hub for the even Semester 2021. The event turned out to be an extremely successful event witnessing a participation of about 53 students. Also, many of the volunteers showcased their extraordinary skills in making such extravagant projects in times of such crisis, depicting their sense of responsibility towards our hub. A total of 15 students participated in this exhibition and interacted with 1st years too resolving their questions regarding the projects making it an interactive session.

  • Meme Competition by Graficas Hub
    21st Nov 2021 to 28th Nov 2021

    A week-long meme competition was conducted in which participants registered got the task of preparing the funniest meme. The event was conducted in online mode. The Graficas hub conducted the orientation introduction regarding the event. The event took place from 22/11/21 to 28/11/21. The participants were allowed to submit the meme till 28th of Nov 2021. The judges selected the good memes and the winners were selected accordingly.

  • Workshop on Arduino by µCR Hub (Microcontroller and Robotics Hub)
    2nd to 6th March 2021

    A five-day workshop on Arduino was conducted by µCR (Microcontroller and Robotics Hub) from 2nd to 6th March 2021. The purpose of this workshop was to make the students familiar with various sensors; microcontrollers which will help them to take the technology to a new level and also it will improve their STEM skills. This event was majorly focused on the second-year students interested in robotics and Arduino.

  • ML Workshop by CICE Hub
    11th to 14th March 2021

    A four-day ML Workshop was organised by CICE Hub from 11th to 14th March 2021. In this workshop, participants learnt the basic insight of the highly diverse field of Machine Learning and Deep Learning. This workshop attracted a crowd of 75 students (5 external 70 internal) from all batches.

  • MIND RUN by Business and Economics Hub
    26th March 2021

    A one-day Business Quiz “MIND RUN” was organised by Business and Economics Hub on 26th March 2021. It was the game of mind intellectual, interest, power and joy. There were total of 5 teams (green, red, blue, yellow, pink) consisting of 2Members each which were shortlisted after the screening round which was held prior to our final round. There were four rounds in which first round was of Brands and Logos, second round was of women for change, third round was of corporate world and the final round which was the 4th round was of brand rivalry. There was elimination in round 2 of one team and one in round 3. Each team was given 8 seconds to answer the question. So, the green team scored the highest and won the competition.

  • Technophilia 2.0 by µCR Hub (Microcontroller and Robotics Hub)
    17th and 18th April 2021

    A two-day event, “Technophilia 2.0” was organised by µCR (Microcontroller and Robotics Hub) on 17th and 18th April 2021. In total 4 sub-events were organised in Technophilia 2.0. These includes Project exhibition (conducted on 17th April 2021), Code and Circuit (conducted on 17th April 2021), Error Decoding (conducted on 18th April 2021), and Report Submission (conducted on 18th April 2021). The event “Project exhibition” was conducted for 1st Year students with the aim to showcase the technical talents through projects (made by first year students under the mentorship of the second-year volunteers of the hub). The event “Code and Circuit” was organised for 1st and 2nd Year students. In this event basic circuit diagrams were given by us to the participants (based on sensors, Arduino etc.) following whom the participants wrote the code for it on IDE platform on the spot which were checked by the co-ordinators. The purpose of the event, “Error Decoding” was to check how attentive and accurate the participants are by spotting the mistakes in an incorrect circuit provided by us on an online simulator. The participants were required to spot the error, and decode them. The event was conducted for 1st and 2nd Year students. The aim of the event, “Report Submission” was to encourage them to bring newer and innovative technical ideas. This gave them the platform to think of their own ideas and make a basic report on the idea they have chosen. Hardware implementation was not kept compulsory as this could have restricted their prototype. Presentation of the ideas took place during the event. The event was conducted for 1st and 2nd Year students.

Year 2020

  • 2-Day Seminar on Disruptive Marketing
    23rd and 24th October 2020

    2-Day Seminar on Disruptive Marketing was organised by JIIT Economics & Business Hub from 23rd October 2020

  • Jaypee Model United Nations – JMUN 2020
    18th January 2020

    The Jaypee Model United Nations hosted the 10th edition of their annual MUN conference this year. The event took place on the 18th and 19th of January, 2020.Since its inception, the motive of the event has always been to provide delegates with a worthwhile experience of how the United Nations works. This year, the 10th edition saw a participation of more than 400 delegates from various states of India. Delegates debated on a wide variety of agendas ranging from the current economic situation in India to discussing the controversial topic of Narco-terrorism. The event comprised of six committees namely, The LokSabha which was an Indian committee, United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), United Nations Security Council (UNSC) which was a double delegation committee, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and The International Media Congress (IMC) which was held for the first time in the history of JMUN. The conference took place over two days. It witnessed an overwhelming response from the delegates and was appreciated for its 'Bring Your Bottle' initiative. This inventiveness helped save a lot of plastic waste that would have been generated from the use of disposable plastic bottles. Deemed to be one of the best MUN Conferences in the Delhi NCR circuit, the conference received great feedback from the delegates as well as the Executive Board for its hospitality and conduct.

  • Fun Sports Meet 2020
    14th Jan 2020 to 21st Jan 2020

    Fun Sports Meet (FSM) is the annual sports festival at JIIT Sector 62 campus. In 2020, it was held between 14th Jan and 21st Jan. Students participated in various sports activities like, cricket, chess, badminton, volleyball, etc.

  • Wanna Play Linux
    27thOct 2020

    An online workshop on “Wanna Play Linux” was organised by JIIT Programming Hub (OSDC) on27 Oct 2020 (https://twitter.com/osdcjiit/status/1320780535635922944)

  • Guest Lecture - "Design Thinking for Management Professionals"
    6th March 2020

    The JIIT Economics & Business Hub organised a guest lecture titled as "Design Thinking for Management Professionals" on 6th March 2020

  • Business Quiz
    3rd March 2020

    A business quiz on 3rd March 2020 was organised by the JIIT Economics & Business Hub

  • Hands on Session by KNUTH Programming Hub (KPH)
    20th October 2020

    The hands-on session related to competitive programming was organised by JIIT Programming Hub (KPH) on 20th October 2020 (https://knuth-programming-hub.github.io/Workshops/Hands-on%20session/). The students got to know different portals and online judges like HackerRank, Codeforces, etc.

  • Flash Coding
    1st March 2020

    It was a 1.5 Hrs. long individual programming contest organized by JIIT Programming Hub (KPH)during the annual techno-cultural fest of JIIT, “Impression 2020”.Students individually participated in this coding contest which was organised in two rounds, the teams qualified in prelims round were allowed to participate in the Final round. Both rounds were organised on 1st March 2020. In total, 41 teams from JIIT Noida participated in Round 1, out of which, 21 teams qualified for Final round. Both rounds, Prelims Round (https://www.hackerrank.com/contests/flash-contest-round-1/leaderboard/5) and Final Round (https://www.hackerrank.com/contests/flash-contest-finals/leaderboard/1) were hosted at the online judge platform of HackerRank.

  • Git Set Go
    14th Oct 2020

    An online meet-up on “Git Set Go” was organised by JIIT Programming Hub (OSDC) on14 Oct 2020 (https://twitter.com/osdcjiit/status/1315611133114343424)

  • Code Relay
    1st March 2020

    It was a 1.5 Hrs. long team based (2 members in each team) programming contest organized by JIIT Programming Hub (KPH)on second day of the annual techno-cultural fest of JIIT, “Impression 2020”, i.e. 1st March 2020. In this event each team had been given two coding/programming problems, which were supposed to be attempted by first member of the team in Round 1. In next half, i.e. Round 2, second member of the team was required to get it completely coded from the point where first member left it in Round 1. During this transition (Round 1 to Round 2), both members of a team were not allowed to interact with each other. Also, during this transition, team were allowed for the walkover, i.e. teams might not opt for Round 2. Each team received points for the completely solved problems in lesser time. Total 17 teams from JIIT Noida participated in the first round of the event whereas, total 13 teams participated in the second round. Both rounds, Round 1 (https://www.hackerrank.com/contests/code-relay20/leaderboard/1) and Round 2 (https://www.hackerrank.com/contests/code-relay-problem-2/leaderboard/1) were hosted at the online judge platform of HackerRank.

  • Open Source 101
    3rd Oct 2020

    An online workshop on “Open Source 101” was organised by JIIT Programming Hub (OSDC) on3 Oct 2020 (https://twitter.com/osdcjiit/status/1311989154029342720)

  • Voice of Impressions
    1st March 2020

    With the fest around the corner, Crescendo brings to you the Voice of Impressions-a stage to showcase your singing talent to the world. Voice of Impressions (VOI) consists of two rounds: the first round is an online round where participants from all colleges can send in videos which will then get uploaded to the official pages of Crescendo on both Facebook and Instagram. The videos with maximum likes/shares/comments, along with the choice of the judges, will be considered for the next round. The second and final round of VOI is held on the day of the fest wherein the qualified participants are required to perform before a panel of judges who judge them on the basis of their musical talents.

  • Internal Hackathon for Smart India Hackathon 2020
    25th Jan 2020

    The 8 Hrs. long internal Hackathon to decide the participants of Smart India Hackathon 2020 (SIH2020) from both campuses of JIIT had been organised on 25 Jan 2020. It was a team-based event where team size was six, with a team leader and at least one girl member. The Hackathon included the project under both hardware and software categories. Problem statements addressed by the team were same address as mentioned by the organisers of SIH2020. Participants of this internal Hackathon were the shortlisted JIIT students, who were shortlisted after the qualification round conducted in second week of Jan 2020.

  • Orientation Session (OSDC)
    26th Sept 2020

    The online orientation session for first year students was organised by JIIT Programming Hub (OSDC) on 26 Sept 2020 (https://twitter.com/osdcjiit/status/1308690276316139520)

  • KNUTH Cup 2020
    29th February 2020

    Knuth Cup is one of the flagship programming contests/events of JIIT Programming Hub (KPH). It is ACM ICPC styled programming contest where participants in group of maximum 3 students attempt to solve the given programming based logical problems. This event is conducted during annual techno-cultural fest of JIIT, i.e. “Impressions”. In 2020, this event was conducted on 29th Feb 2020. In total, 44 teams participated in KNUTH Cup 2020. Out of 44, count of teams from JIIT was 42 whereas total 2 external teams (Non-JIIT/External Teams) participated in KNUTH Cup 2K20. The contest was 3 Hrs. long and conducted offline/onsite at the online judge platform of TalentDecrypt. Due to technical issues, the contest link at TalentDecrypt site is unavailable, therefore the coordination team of KNUTH Programming Hub replayed/re-hosted the coding/programming problems at the online judge platform of HackerRank (https://www.hackerrank.com/contests/knuth-cup-2020/challenges). As it is replayed/re-hosted contest, the leader-board at the mentioned link is unavailable.

  • Republic Day Celebration
    26th Jan 2020

    The event witnessed the flag hosting and Republic Day speech by Hon. Vice Chancellor and National Anthem by group of students.

  • Informal Meet-Up
    15thSept 2020

    An online meet-up “Informal Meet-Up” was organised by JIIT Programming Hub (OSDC) on15 Sept 2020 (https://twitter.com/osdcjiit/status/1305432040309891073)

  • ANTAKSHARI
    29th February 2020

    It is a competition to judge the participants’ music database. It is a light hearted event which consists of three rounds. In the first round, participants are required to guess the song on the basis of the music played. In the second round, participants are shown a video and asked to identify the song. The third round is basic Antakshari where the participants have to sing a song based on the last syllable of the previous song. The last man standing in the final round is declared the winner.

  • Workshops on Machine Learning and Autonomous Robotics
    27 Jan 2020 to 4 Feb 2020

    The two technical hubs CICE and UcR had independently conducted the workshops on Machine Learning (including Deep learning) and Autonomous Robotics (autonomous aspect of robotics) respectively. Students enthusiastically participated in these workshops and enhanced their understanding and overall knowledge in these domains. Many a times we fail to succeed in the completion of a project due the lack of technical knowledge and exposure. After the accomplishment of the Hardware and PCB Fabrication Workshop we organized our final workshop on and about the Machine Learning, the new buzz of technical world. Here we gave a basic insight to the students of the highly diverse field of Machine Learning and Deep Learning.

  • Entrepreneurial Journey of Anubhav Mittal (JBS Alumni)
    23rd June 2020

    An interactive online session “Entrepreneurial Journey of Anubhav Mittal (JBS Alumni)” was organised by JIIT Economics & Business Hub on 23rd June 2020

  • How to start Kernel development
    25th Feb 2020

    The workshop on “How to start Kernel development” was organised by JIIT Programming Hub (OSDC) on 25 Feb 2020 (https://twitter.com/osdcjiit/status/1232278184823054336, https://twitter.com/osdcjiit/status/1231294047878123520)

  • Impressions 2020
    29th Feb & 1st Mar 2020

    The two-day annual techno-cultural festival, “IMPRESSIONS” of Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, Noida (Sec 62 Campus) held on 29th Feb & 1st March 2020. The fest witnessed the participation of numerous internal and external students in various technical and non-technical events like, talk shows, quizzes, panel discussion, robotics competitions, programming contests, dance/music/fashion competitions, Nukkad Natak, etc.

  • International Day of Yoga (IDY-2020)
    21st June 2020

    The sixth International Day of Yoga (IDY-2020) was celebrated on 21st June 2020 by JIIT with full enthusiasm even during the critical Covid-19 pandemic times. The JIIT family followed the theme of the year “Yoga at Home and Yoga with Family”, so that people can celebrate the day in the confines of home. The event started with the online registration for International Day of Yoga-2020 program launched by the Government of India. Around 110 members participated in the event and performed yoga at ease from their homes along with the Doordarshan’s live National telecast at 7:00 AM. Yog-asanas and Paranayamas taught in the telecast were easy to be inculcated in daily routine to lead a healthy lifestyle. Along with this, many of the students as well as faculty members participated in “My Life My Yoga Video Blogging contest”, an initiative by the Ministry of AYUSH. Yoga is good for community, immunity, and unity. The kriyas, asanas and pranayamas help in curing stress and depression, tackle chronic ailments such as diabetes, hypertension, thyroid and others. As it has been quoted by the Honourable Prime minister of India, “Yoga is a symbol of universal aspiration for health and wellbeing. It is health assurance in zero budget”. So, yoga and meditation can be an efficient method to develop a healthy and peaceful lifestyle in current times.The tremendous participation and involvement on IDY-2020 indicated that yoga can be taken as an inspiration to deal with tough times by calming mind and making the body healthy.

  • Interactive Session with our Alumni, “Atri Sharma”
    14th February 2020

    An interactive session with our Alumni, “Atri Sharma” was organised by JIIT Programming Hub (OSDC) on 14th Feb 2020. The participating students got to know the inspirational success journey of Atri Sharma. The session was completely interactive and many questions were asked by the students. Most of the queries/questions were related to the building path of a good career.

  • JYC Orientation in Induction Program for UG/PG First Year
    8th Sept 2020

    The fresh admitted UG and PG students had been briefed about the Jaypee Youth Club (JYC) and various hubs under JYC detailed the types of events planned throughout the academic year of 2020-2021.

  • Decoding Leadership: The Mahabharata Way
    18th May 2020

    A one day online session on the topic “Decoding Leadership: The Mahabharata Way” was organised by JIIT Economics & Business Hub on 18th May 2020

  • Meetup Session 10.0
    4th Feb 2020

    The meet-up session “Meetup Session 10.0” was organised by JIIT Programming Hub (OSDC) on4 Feb 2020 (https://twitter.com/osdcjiit/status/1223313850121900033)

  • Workshop on Greedy Algorithms & Dynamic Programming by KPH
    24th December 2020

    An online workshop on Greedy Algorithms & Dynamic Programming was organised by JIIT Programming Hub (KPH) on 24th December 2020(https://knuth-programming-hub.github.io/Workshops/Basic/Greedy%20&%20Dynamic%20Programming/).

  • Impact of Covid-19 on Businesses
    12th May 2020

    A one day online session on the topic “Impact of Covid-19 on Businesses” was organised by JIIT Economics & Business Hub on 12th May 2020

  • Debate Competition "AI - Boon or bane for humanity"
    31st Jan 2020

    The JIIT Economics & Business Hub organised a debate competition titled as "AI - Boon or bane for humanity" on 31st Jan 2020

  • Workshop on Standard Template Library (STL) by KPH
    6th December 2020

    An online workshop on Standard Template Library (STL) was organised by JIIT Programming Hub (KPH) on 6th December 2020 (https://knuth-programming-hub.github.io/Workshops/Basic/STL.html).

  • Application of Business Analytics and Artificial Intelligence in the Industry
    4th May 2020

    A one day online session on the topic “Application of Business Analytics and Artificial Intelligence in the Industry” was organised by JIIT Economics & Business Hub on 4th May 2020

  • Meetup Session 9.0
    28thJan 2020

    The meet-up session “Meetup Session 9.0” was organised by JIIT Programming Hub (OSDC) on 28 Jan 2020 (https://twitter.com/osdcjiit/status/1221818336658345984)

  • Workshop on Searching & Sorting by KPH
    29th November 2020

    An online workshop on Searching & Sorting was organised by JIIT Programming Hub (KPH) on 29th Nov 2020 (https://knuth-programming-hub.github.io/Workshops/Basic/Searching&Sorting.html)

  • Intro to Deno and my YouTube API Client Project
    28thApr 2020

    An online meet-up “Intro to Deno and my YouTube API Client Project” was organised by JIIT Programming Hub (OSDC) on28 Apr 2020 (https://twitter.com/osdcjiit/status/1255169333514264577)

  • Workshop on Recursion by KPH
    26th November 2020

    An online workshop on Recursion was organised by JIIT Programming Hub (KPH) on 26th Nov 2020 (https://knuth-programming-hub.github.io/Workshops/Basic/Recursion.html).

  • Introduction to Neovim
    24thApr 2020

    An online workshop on “Introduction to Neovim” was organised by JIIT Programming Hub (OSDC) on24 Apr 2020 (https://twitter.com/osdcjiit/status/1253728291824955392)

  • Workshop on Time & Space Complexity by KPH
    22nd November 2020

    An online workshop on Time&Space Complexity was organised by JIIT Programming Hub (KPH) on 22nd Nov 2020 (https://knuth-programming-hub.github.io/Workshops/Basic/Complexity.html).

  • Maintaining Quality in Teaching Learning Practices when Imparting Online Education
    23rd April 2020

    A one day online session on the topic “Maintaining Quality in Teaching Learning Practices when Imparting Online Education” was organised by JIIT Economics & Business Hub on 23rd April 2020

  • Meetup on Google Summer of Code
    21st Nov 2020

    An online meet-up on Google Summer of Code (GSoC) was organised by JIIT Programming Hub (OSDC) on21 Nov 2020 (https://twitter.com/osdcjiit/status/1329519475712933889)

  • Bot's Going On
    11th Nov 2020

    An online meet-up on “Bot's Going On” was organised by JIIT Programming Hub (OSDC) on11 Nov 2020 (https://twitter.com/osdcjiit/status/1326453723313303552)

  • Indian Economy during COVID 19 times
    20th April 2020

    A one day online session on the topic “Indian Economy during COVID 19 times” was organised by JIIT Economics & Business Hub on 20th April 2020

Year 2019

  • Manual robotics orientation, workshop and event
    3rd and 4th of October 2019

    Eximietas marked the annual robotics event organised by our hub. This event is a testament of the workshop that we conduct every year where we teach the 1st years how to make manual bots. Eximietas comprised of the competition between the bots made by the various participating groups. The event turned out to be an extremely successful event witnessing a participation of about 40 groups consisting of 4 members each. The event was also attended by various students from 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th year along with various alumni. The reviews were positive and all the attendees remarked positively.

  • Joust 2019
    28th& 29th September 2019

    The Joust 2019, The Literary fest of JIIT was organized by Parola- The Literary hub of JIIT on 28th and 29th September, 2019. The 5th edition of the fest was spread over 2 days and had the following 9 events:

    1. NIC(National integration council)
    2. UNESCO(United nations educational scientific and cultural organization )
    3. IOM(International organization for migration)
    4. THE PRESS
    5. CEREBRATE
    6. TARKSANGRAM
    7. VERSES
    8. PENNED
    9. INQUIZITIVE

    The Joust 2019 witnessed heated arguments and turned out to be one of the finest platforms to debate and discuss issues. The fest witnessed a participation of about 450 delegates from about 68 colleges spread across northern India.

    However, this wouldn't have been possible without the unconditional support of the administration, coordinators and the teachers of our prestigious institution. We thank you all for making The Joust 2019 such a huge success.

  • PCB Fabrication Workshop
    26th September to 2nd October 2019

    Printed Circuit Boards or PCB’s are the replacement for lose wire circuits, it is very troublesome to make complex circuits with lose wires on breadboard and then if it has any lose connections, it can take a lot of time to debug the circuit. PCB is the answer for these entire problems. In this workshop, students were told how to fabricate Single Layer PCB’s using CADsoft Eagle to make the design and layout. More than 200 participated and over 150 Arduino UNO boards were successfully completed by the students.

  • Workshop for Hardware Creativity for Social Cause
    19th to 24th August 2019

    This workshop was focused for the first- and second-year students. This was an introductory workshop where students were taught about the basic circuit elements and making of a temporary circuit on a bread board. The topic for the innovation was ‘Sensitive Processing Gate’ comprising of three parts: Metal Detector, Person Counter and Intruder Detector. This workshop was very successful with over 175 participants.

  • Cyber Srishti 2019
    20th and 21st April 2019

    For nearly 10 years, Jaypee Institute of Information Technology (JIIT), Noida had been regularly organizing an annual exhibition of Student Projects. In 2014, this event was scaled up into a larger 2 day long IT Symposium, Cyber Srishti 2014. In addition to the project exhibition it included several other technical events, competitions and invited talks. Since 2016 (i.e. third edition of Cyber Srishti) the scope of Cyber Srishti keeps on expending in subsequent editions i.e. Cyber Srishti in 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018. In this series, the sixth edition of Cyber Srishti had been conducted on April 20 – 21, 2019. In the year (2019), the scope of Cyber Srishti was further expanded to include many new events and participation including the cultural evening on the first day of the fest, where stand-up comedy performance of AbhishekWalia and Talk Show by ShivanshSrivastava were centre of attraction. These events included, (1) Project Exhibition (Software, Hardware, and Bio Tech Poster Papers), (2) Execute 19.1, (3) Robotics Exhibition, (4) Game Exhibition, (5) Paper Presentation. (6) Circuitrix, (7) Hydrophilic 4.0, (8) Jaypee Premier League, (9), Game-A-Thon (Game Hackathon) (10) Jaypee Innovation Challenge, (11) Reflect-Turncoat Debate, (12) Website Designing, (13) Capture The Flag, (14) Start-up Pitch Deck Competition (15) Tensor (Poster Presentation), (16) Who's The Next Sherlock, (17) Make Your Masterpiece, (18) Treasure Hunt, (19) FIFA, and (20) Photo Exhibition. In Cyber Srishti 2019, participation had been majorly observed from both campuses of JIIT (Sector 62 and Sector 128). In all, more than 1900 participations had been observed in above mentioned events. Besides the inaugural speech of the Vice Chancellor, Prof. S. C. Saxena, participants were enlightened by the talk of the Chief Guest, Mr. S. B. S. Chakradhari, (Associate Director and Delivery Partner at Cognizant Technology Solutions). Also, presence of following invited guests from industry motivated the participants to perform well and enriched their knowledge: Mr RanjitSinha (Director, Head of Campus Program, Ericsson), Mr. Alok Kumar Mubai (Asst. Vice President-Learning & Development; IndiaMARTInterMESH Limited), Mr. Vikas Gupta (IT Director, Cadence Design System), Mr. VadapalliMrutyunjay (Human Resources - Talent Acquisition, Cognizant Technology Solutions).

  • Workshop on Flutter
    12th March 2019 to 14th March 2019

    A workshop on Flutter was organised by the Google Developer Student Club (GDSC)  from 12th to 14th March 2019.

  • Progressive Web Apps (PWA) Workshop
    28th January 2019 and 29th March 2019

    A two day workshop on progressive web apps was organised by the Google Developer Student Club (GDSC) on 28th January 2019 and 29th March 2019. Participating students were keen to know the technologies related to web apps.

  • CCNA Networking Workshop
    23rd to 25th January 2019

    Many a times we fail to succeed in the completion of a project due the lack of technical knowledge and exposure. After the accomplishment of the Hardware and PCB Fabrication Workshop the CICE Hub organised their final workshop on and about the Cisco Packet Tracer, software dedicated to Networking and its concepts.

  • Impressions 2019
    23rd and 24th February 2019

    Impressions is the two-day annual techno-cultural festival of Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, Noida (Sec 62 Campus). Impressions 2019 was held on 23rd& 24th Feb 2019. Numerous internal and external students (from different institution across the nation) participated in various technical and non-technical events. Most of the events had been organised by different Technical and Non-technical Hubs under the umbrella of JIIT Youth Club (JYC).  These events majorly include music and dance competitions, fashion competition (Mr and Miss Impression), photography events, nukkad natak, robotics competitions, and programming contests, etc. Besides numerous events and competitions in day hours, band nights had been observed in evening hours.

  • Autonomous Workshop
    23rd Jan to 1st Feb 2019

    The UcR hub organised a two-week long Autonomous Robotics Workshop from 23rd Janto 1st Feb 2019. In total 35 teams (4 members per team) participated in the workshop.

  • Jaypee Model United Nations (JMUN 2019)
    12th and 13th January 2019

    The Jaypee Model United Nations or the JMUN as it is more commonly known is one of the best and the oldest MUNs of the Delhi region. Currently in its ninth edition, JMUN is considered a legacy and a wonderful one at that. With an amazing judge panel, exciting prizes and good quality of debate, JMUN attracts the best from not only the major colleges of Delhi NCR but from across the length and breadth of the country. The ninth edition of Jaypee Model United Nations held on Jan 12-13, 2019 was a two-day event that witnessed a crowd of around 350 delegates from over 100 schools and colleges across the country. The committees’ simulated agenda issues of contemporary relevance. The closing ceremony was graced by an eminent personality in the history of women empowerment, Ms. Satwant Atwal Trivedi, 1996-batch IPS officer. Hailing from the district of Bilaspur in Himachal Pradesh and daughter of a retired IAS officer, she is Himachal Pradesh’s first woman IPS officer and also the first women IPS officer to join the Border Security Forces. She is the one to open Border Security Force (BSF) doors to the gender inclusivity in India.

  • KNUTH Cup 2019 (Final Round)
    23rd February 2019

    Knuth Cup is one of the flagship programming contests/events of KNUTH Programming Hub. It is ACM ICPC styled programming contest where participants in group of maximum 3 students attempt to solve the given programming based logical problems. This event is conducted during annual techno-cultural fest of JIIT, i.e. “Impressions”. In 2019, this event was conducted in two rounds, Qualification Round and Final Round. Qualification round was conducted on 18th Feb 2019 whereas shortlisted teams participated in Final Round which was conducted on 23rd Feb 2019. After the qualification round of KNUTH Cup 2019, total 53 shortlisted teams participated in the Final Round of KNUTH Cup 2019. Out of 53, count of teams from JIIT was 48 whereas total 5 external teams (Non-JIIT/External Teams) participated in the final round of KNUTH Cup 2K19. The contest was 3 Hrs. long and conducted onsite/offline mode at the online judge platform of HackerRank (https://www.hackerrank.com/contests/knuth-cup-finals/leaderboard).

  • Social Outreach
    15th Nov 2019

    The Thespian circle conducted the play "Shh" which is about the hypocritic behavior of the society towards the sexual taboos. We keep quiet and see all the mishappenings with open eyes. Parents teach their children about morality, teachers give them the academic knowledge but one of the most important educations is left untouched: SEX EDUCATION. The play concludes that this silence is not going to take us anywhere; the problem is in our thoughts which need to be rectified.

  • KNUTH Cup 2019 (Qualification Round)
    18th February 2019

    Knuth Cup is one of the flagship programming contests/events of KNUTH Programming Hub. It is ACM ICPC styled programming contest where participants in group of maximum 3 students attempt to solve the given programming based logical problems. This event is conducted during annual techno-cultural fest of JIIT, i.e. “Impressions”. In 2019, this event was conducted in two rounds, Qualification Round and Final Round. Qualification round was conducted on 18th Feb 2019. In total, 80 teams across the globe participated in the qualification round of KNUTH Cup 2019. Out of 80, count of teams from JIIT was 73 whereas total 7 external teams (Non-JIIT/External Teams) participated in the qualification round. The contest was 3 Hrs. long and conducted online at the online judge platform of HackerEarth (https://hackerearth.com/challenges/college/knuth_cup_qualifier_2k19/).

  • Unplugged 2k19
    8th November 2019

    Tagged as the ‘flagship event’ of Crescendo, Unplugged is hosted independently by our hub. It is an evening full of live performances and DJ. The event takes place in the month of October / November when the weather is just about right. Preparations start around a month prior and the Auditions are open to all Students from JIIT - 128 participate as well and the crowd is the most enthusiastic of all.

  • OSDC Meetup and Workshops
    Even 2019

    Around 300 students (majority of them were first and second year students) attended the workshops conducted by the OSDC in the months of Jan and Feb in 2019. The workshops were focused on the topics of Java Script and other scripting languages.

  • AIDSAWARENESS
    30th November 2019

    College students’ HIV testing behaviors are important to understand, given their high rates of risky sexual behaviors and epidemiologic evidence of increasing heterosexual transmission of HIV.HIV causes AIDS and interferes with the body's ability to fight infections. The virus can be transmitted through contact with infected blood, semen or vaginal fluids. Many faculties along with the students participated in the AIDS awareness campus. A board was set-up and decorated with the theme of AIDS awareness and all the participants were requested to pen up their knowledge about AIDS on a sticky note which was then pinned on the board. All the participants were provided with red crossed ribbons after sharing their knowledge about the AIDS awareness. Organizing this event was very helpful in spreading awareness about AIDS.

  • Ethnic Night 2019
    12th October 2019

    To celebrate Navratri festival, Ethnic Night 2019 was held on 12th October 2019. The event witnessed a magnificent crowd of more than 2500+ students in beautiful tradition attires and vibrant colors and dancing garba on the beat of music.

  • Encode 2K19 (Final Round)
    7th September 2019

    Encode is one of the flagship programming contests/events of KNUTH Programming Hub. It is ACM ICPC styled programming contest with a difference that here individual participation (i.e. group size is of one student) participates and attempt to solve the given programming based logical problems. In 2019, this event was conducted in two rounds, Qualification Round and Final Round. Qualification round was conducted on 4th Sept 2019 whereas shortlisted teams participated in Final Round which was conducted on 7th Sept 2019. After the qualification round of Encode 2K19, total 100 shortlisted teams participated in the Final Round of Encode 2K19. Out of 100, count of teams from JIIT was 93 whereas total 7 external teams (Non-JIIT Teams) participated in the final round. The contest was 3 Hrs. long and conducted onsite/offline mode at the online judge platform of HackerRank (https://www.hackerrank.com/contests/encode-onsite/leaderboard).

  • Interactive Session with Ex-KNUTH Coordinators and Google SWE
    19th Aug 2019

    An interactive session with two ex-coordinators of KNUTH Programming Hub who were placed with Google (international) was organised on 19th Aug 2019. The two ex-coordinators, Utkarsh Gupta and Sameer Gulati interacted with 300+ JIIT students of both campuses.

  • KNUTH Programming Hub Workshops
    Even 2019

    Around 200 students (majority of them were first year students) attended the workshops conducted by the KNUTH Programming Hub in the months of Jan and Feb in 2019. The workshops were focused on the topics of advanced data structures and algorithms.

  • KNUTH Programming Hub Workshops

    Around 700 students (majority of them were first year students) attended the workshops conducted by the KNUTH Programming Hub in the months of Aug, Sept, and Oct 2019. The workshops were focused on the topics of elementary data structures and basic algorithms.

  • OSDHack’19
    23rd Nov 2019

    Under the Institution Innovation Council, Open Source Developers Community conducted an 8 Hrs. long Hackathon (OSDHack’19) on 23rd Nov 2019. The Hackathon was conducted on different goals of sustainable development. JIIT students made the teams of maximum 4 students and participated in the OSDHack’19. In total 18 teams participated in the OSDHack’19 where each team comprised of maximum 4 students of JIIT. OSDHack’19 ended on a happy note with every participant having explored and hacked on some of the real world sustainable development goalsthe world needs to tackle. Each team gave exceptional performance and indeed it was a hard decision for the judges (Mr.AshutoshKesharwani (ashutosh@farziengineer.com) and PriyanshuRanjan (priyanshu@squadvoice.co), both are the alumnus of JIIT and Dr. Manish K Thakur, Associate Prof., Dept. of CSE&IT, JIIT, Noida) to finalize the winners. Cash prizes were given to the top 3 teams of OSDHack’19. The topper team addressed the problem to “Prevent the Outbreak of the Diseases” whereas other two winning teams addressed the problems on “A Solution to Waste Management” and “Laundry Management System”.

  • OSDC Meetup and Workshops
    ODD 2019

    Around 200 students (majority of them were first and second year students) attended the workshops conducted by the OSDC in the months of Aug, Sept, and Oct in 2019. The workshops were focused on the topics of Git, Git Hub, basics of Linux/Unix OS

  • Autonomous Project Exhibition
    11th January 2019

    The UcR hub organised a one day Autonomous Project Exhibition on 11th January 2019. In total, 35 teams (4 members per team) exhibited their projects in this exhibition.

  • Vidyut 2019
    23rd Nov 2019

    One day Electronic festival, “Vidyut” in 2019 was organised on 23rd Nov. Following events were organised in Vidyut 2019: (1) Project Exhibition - Recommencing our tradition of project exhibition as a part of the Electronic fest Vidyut we organised this project exhibition with participation of first and second year students, (2) Circuitronix – This was a technical event held in many stages including one online round, (3) Amperio – This event was a techno-fun event with rounds like Pictionary with a technical twist, (4) Roll it Solve it Win it- For the last event of the day we had a very interesting and exciting fun event. A treasure hunt with hints and clues hidden all over our college

  • International Yoga Day
    21st June 2019

    Jaypee Institute of Information Technology organized a workshop on its campus on the occasion of 5th International Yoga Day on 21 June, 2019. Institute had invited three experts namely Smt. Bhupinder Kaur, Smt. Sudesh Kumari and Shri Sarabjit Singh from Bharatiya Yog Sansathan, Yogashram and Anushandhan Kendra, Sector-3, Rohini, Delhi-85, who conducted this workshop. The experts elaborately explained different Yogasanas, their importance and how to perform them. The workshop was attended by about 100 students, faculty members, Staff and their family members. All participants very actively and enthusiastically performed different Yogasanas. The Yoga activities were conducted for around 1 hour and 30 minutes by the participants starting at 8.00 AM.

  • Encode 2K19 (Qualification Round)
    4th September 2019

    Encode is one of the flagship programming contests/events of KNUTH Programming Hub. It is ACM ICPC styled programming contest with a difference that here individual participation (i.e. group size is of one student) participates and attempt to solve the given programming based logical problems. In 2019, this event was conducted in two rounds, Qualification Round and Final Round. Qualification round was conducted on 4th Sept 2019. In total, 468 teams across the globe participated in the qualification round of Encode 2K19. Out of 468, count of teams from JIIT was 363 whereas total 105 external teams (Non-JIIT Teams) participated in the qualification round. The contest was 3 Hrs. long and conducted online at the online judge platform of HackerRank (https://www.hackerrank.com/contests/encode-2k19-closed/challenges).

  • Farewell 2019
    June 2019

    The JIIT Youth Club organised the farewell for the 2019 undergraduates in June 2019. Besides group photography sessions, the outgoing students witnessed the cultural performances by their junior students. Many of the outgoing batch students shared their experiences in JIIT and performed too.

  • Pollutdo
    18th November 2019

    "POLLUTDO" to instill a sense of sustainable development but in an amusing way. The event comprises of 3 distinct rounds: 1) Eco-Quizitive: An audio-visual quiz, 2) Wordplay: A crossword puzzle, and 3) Treasure Hunt- Hunting for a better living. The event is broadly based on the theme of environmental pollution and the winners stand a chance to win exciting prizes worth waiting for!

  • Gandhi Jayanti 2019
    2nd October 2019

    To remember the sacrifice of the Father of our Nation, the auspicious day 2nd October is celebrated in the premises of Jaypee Institute of Information Technology. On the occasion of his 150th birthday, Crescendo the music hub of JIIT, presented their love and respect to Mahatma Gandhi by performing his favorite Bhajans- “RaghupatiRaghav”, “Bande me tha Dum” and “Vaishnav Jan”. The ceremony was concluded with the National Anthem. The entire team's contribution (on stage or off stage) resulted in the success of the event. Besides singing events, a play was performed by the students of Thespian circle.

  • Open Mic by Thespian Circle
    1st October 2019

    An Open Mic event was conducted by Thespian circle on 1st October 2019 where participants show their talents by doing either stand-up comedy or poetry.

  • CLOTHDONATION
    17th November 2019

    Clothes are one of the basic amenities in our life and still many are deprived of it. In winter many lower-class people face the problems and due to that they suffer from many diseases that is dangerous for them as well as for the society. Helping others is beneficial to not just those on the receiving end, but the ones doing the helping as well and by donating clothes, we are not just helping people but nature also. That one dress we no longer need can help someone to survive. Keeping this in mind the hub organized a cloth donation event in which students were requested to donate their clothes that they no longer need and can be reused by someone. Empty cartons were kept in many places in the campus for clothes. Many people came forward and donated clothes. The clothes were taken to the nearby slum to distribute.

  • Code Creed
    24th February 2019

    The coding competition, Code Creed was organised by the KNUTH Programming Hub on 24th February 2019 during annual techno-cultural fest of JIIT, i.e. “Impressions”.

  • Ebullience 2019
    31st August 2019

    Ebullience is an annual event for newly admitted students at Jaypee Institute of Information Technology (JIIT). In 2019, Ebullience was organised on 31st August by JIIT Youth Club (JYC). Ebullience 2019 witnessed several performances in different events by thenewly admitted students under the overall supervision of JYC. These events include music events, dance performances (solo and group), theme walk(s) to decide Mr and Miss Ebullience.

  • Guess the Code
    24th February 2019

    The coding competition, Guess the Code was organised by the KNUTH Programming Hub on 24th February 2019 during annual techno-cultural fest of JIIT, i.e. “Impressions”.

  • Execute 19.2
    16th Nov 2019

    Execute is one of the flagship programming contests/events of KNUTH Programming Hub. It is ACM ICPC styled programming contest where participants in group of maximum 3 students attempt to solve the given programming based logical problems. In 2019, this event (Execute 19.2) was conducted in one round on 16th Nov 2019. In total, 82 teams across the globe participated in Execute 19.2. Out of 82, count of teams from JIIT was 78 whereas total 4 external teams (Non-JIIT Teams) participated. The contest was 3 Hrs. long and conducted at the online judge platform of HackerRank (https://www.hackerrank.com/contests/execute19/leaderboard).

Year 2018

  • Unplugged

    Tagged as the ‘flagship event’ of Crescendo, Unplugged is hosted independently by our hub. It is an evening full of live performances and DJ. The event takes place in the month of October / November when the weather is just about right. Preparations start around a month prior and the Auditions are open to all Students from JIIT - 128 participate as well and the crowd is the most enthusiastic of all. In 2018, Unplugged was conducted on 24th November.

  • Fun Sports Meet (FSM)

    Perseverance and tenacity are often the foundational traits of success. When these are combined with dedication and teamwork, the result is outstanding.  Over 2000 thousand students of Jaypee Institute of Information Technology wore these very traits on their sleeve from 14th November to 26th November 2018, contesting in the "Fun Sports Meet - 2018". Together, they put on a spectacular display of hard work, skill, sportsman spirit and brilliance during FSM-2018. Meet was organized with the same flamboyant spirit among students by the students, of the students and for the students, with the help of Jaypee Youth Club. The event witnessed stiff competitive spirit throughout the 13 days that the sports meet lasted, being held only after the end of academic sessions on each day. Unfavourable weather conditions put up different challenges for the organizers. There were a total of 10 disciplines namely Cricket, Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Frisbee, Table Tennis, Chess, Pool and Snooker. A total of 2046 students submitted their registration forms for various sports. 79 Gold medals and 79 Silver medals were won during the sports meet. The curtain came down on the event with the hosting of a glittering Prize Distribution ceremony held in the auditorium. The honours were done by the honourable Vice Chancellor, Prof. S.C. Saxena. He praised the students for their participation and achievements while emphasizing the importance of sports in our lives. The culmination of FSM-2018 only gave way to slogans that sounded as "....see you in FSM-2019".

  • Raspberry Pi Workshop

    The UcR hub organised a two-week long Raspberry Pi Workshop from 14th to 26th November 2018

  • Webdev 18.2 (Backend)

    Webdev 18.2 was among the first technical workshops conducted by Developer Students Club, JIIT Noida-62 after it was founded in 2018. The three day event consisted of three technical workshops, all based on backend technologies, first one being ‘networking’ followed by ‘php introduction’ and ‘databases’. These technical workshops aimed to build a better understanding for such concepts among the students and help them step further in the world of back end web development.

  • JOUST

    The Joust, the literary fest of JIIT organised on September 22-23, 2018 hosted seven different events and witnessed a footfall of 500+ people.  The literary fest saw participation from all the major colleges of Delhi NCR and rest of the country. The Joust constituted of a plethora of literary events that included debating, Committee simulations, poetry, journalism and creative writing. Named after the historic form of martial game, the event firmly believes in the inexhaustible power of words. Joust, known for its quality and diversity of events is one of the rare events in the circuit that conducts various MUN and Indian committees as well as one the most beautiful poetry competitions. This year a two day debating competition named Tarksangram was introduced with a prestigious rolling trophy. Joust 2018 surpassed all expectations and established itself as the most prestigious and awaited literary fest of the entire Delhi debating circuit.

  • Webdev 18.2 (Backend)

    Webdev 18.1 was among the first technical workshops conducted by Developer Students Club, JIIT Noida-62 after it was founded in 2018. The three day event consisted of three technical workshops, all based on frontend technologies, first one being ‘HTML’ followed by ‘CSS’ and ‘JavaScript’. These technical workshops aimed to build a better understanding for such concepts among the students and help them step further in the world of front end web development.

  • Manual Robotics Workshop

    A workshop on manual robotics was organised by the UcR hub from 14th to 29th September 2018. In total, 55 teams (team size – maximum 4 students) participated in the workshop.

  • PCB Fabrication Workshop

    Printed Circuit Boards or PCBs are the replacement for lose wire circuits, it is very troublesome to make complex circuits with lose wires on breadboard and then if it has any lose connections, it can take a lot of time to debug the circuit. PCB is the answer for these entire problems. In this workshop, students were told how to fabricate Single Layer PCB’s (here microcontroller) using Cad soft Eagle to make the design and layout. More than 200 participated and over 150 AVR development boards were successfully completed by the students.

  • Wireless Workshop

    A workshop on wireless technologies was organised by the UcR hub from 17th to 24th Aug 2018. In total 40 students in a team of two students participated in the workshop.

  • Hardware Workshop

    This workshop was focused for the first- and second-year students. This was an introductory workshop where students were taught about the basic circuit elements and making of a temporary circuit on a breadboard. The end product of this workshop was a time counter which could count up to 99:99 mins. This workshop was very successful with over 250 participants.

  • Robotics Project Exhibition

    In total 33 teams (each team comprised of 4 students) showcased their robotics projects in the project exhibition organised during IC3 2018 (an international conference) from 2nd to 4th Aug 2018.

  • KNUTH Programming Hub Workshops

    Around 1000 students (majority of them were first year students) attended the workshops conducted by the KNUTH Programming Hub in the months of Aug, Sept, and Oct 2018. The workshops were focused on the topics of elementary data structures and basic algorithms.

  • Cyber Srishti 2018

    For nearly 10 years, Jaypee Institute of Information Technology (JIIT), Noida had been regularly organizing an annual exhibition of Student Projects. In 2014, this event was scaled up into a larger 2 day long IT Symposium, Cyber Srishti 2014. In addition to the project exhibition it included several other technical events, competitions and invited talks. Similar events had been organized during the second, third and fourth edition of Cyber Srishti in 2015, 2016 and 2017 respectively. In this series, the fifth edition of Cyber Srishti had been conducted on April 21 – 22, 2018. In the year (2018), the scope of Cyber Srishti was further expanded to include many new events and much larger student participation including the cultural evening on the first day of the fest, where stand-up comedy performance of Jaspreet Singh was centre of attraction. These events included, (1) Project Exhibition (Software, Hardware, and Bio Tech Poster Papers), (2) Execute 18.1, (3) Robotics Challenge – Aerated Run, (4) Robotics Challenge – Amigo Robo, (5) Circuitrix, (6) Build Up (Hackathon), (7) Hydrophilic 3.0, (8) Bug Hunter, (9) Jaypee Premier League, (10) Creative Design, (11) Reflect – A Socio technical debate, (12) Poster Paper Presentation, (13) Start-up Summit, (14) Capture the Flag, (15) Clicks and Strokes (16) Causatum, (17) Blind Coding, (18) Green Saga, (19) Make your Masterpiece, (20) Startupedia, (21) Who is the next Sherlock. In this edition, student participation had been majorly observed from both campuses of JIIT (Sector 62 and Sector 128). In all, more than 2000 participations had been observed in above mentioned events. Besides the motivational speech of the Chief Guest, Shri Sudhir Kumar Mishra, Geo Lead – Talent Acquisition at Infosys, participants in Cyber Srishti 2018 were also enlightened by the informative speech of the Keynote Speaker, Shri Abhay Kumar Vaish, Sr. Vice President – CTO & Head of GSCs operation, Ericsson Global India, and interactions of many experts / JIIT Alumni from industries and entrepreneurs, e.g. Shri Ranjit Sinha, Senior Director Head of RM & Campus Program, Ericsson, Shri Ish Kumar, AVP and Campus Connect Head (North India), Tech Mahindra, Ms. Shaan Vats, Lead-Talent Acquisition, Human Resource Development, Infosys, Shri Rajul Goyal, Sr. Project Manager and Campus Connect Member (North India), Tech Mahindra, and Yash Mehrotra (Grofers).

  • Build UP

    It was a 7 Hrs. long onsite Hackathon, where participants were required to develop a working project using various technologies to incorporate any one of the 5 pre-defined given tasks. OSDC had organised the Hackathon, Build UP on 21st and 22nd April 2018 during the two days annual technical festival of JIIT, i.e. “Cyber Srishti 2018”.  On both days, the projects developed during the Hackathon were published on a Git-hub repository at regular intervals. A list of themes for building the project was given on the spot. Total 15 teams (maximum 4 students per team) participated in the event.

  • Impressions 2018

    Impressions is the two-day annual techno-cultural festival of Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, Noida (Sec 62 Campus). Impressions 2018 was held on 24th & 25th Feb 2018. Numerous internal and external students (from different institution across the nation) participated in various technical and non-technical events. Most of the events had been organised by different Technical and Non-technical Hubs under the umbrella of JIIT Youth Club (JYC).  These events majorly include music and dance competitions, fashion competition (Mr and Miss Impression), photography events, nukkad natak, robotics competitions, and programming contests, etc. Besides numerous events and competitions in day hours, band nights had been observed in evening hours.

  • Ninja Loot Hunt

    Event held on 24th Feb 2018 in LT1, wherein participants firstly completed the first round which was a qualifier round in which teams had to solve some riddles about different places in college campus which lead them to different stuff to be further used for second round. Limited amount of time and stuff were provided to the participants, therefore one needed to be fast enough to get all the stuff before rival teams. Qualifying teams were further moved to second round where previously found items from treasure hunt round were used to make your final product /painting to win the game.

  • Jaypee Model United Nations (JMUN 2018)

    Jaypee Model United Nations held on Jan 20-21, 2018 was no ordinary conference, but a legacy that has been established in JIIT over the past few years. A total of 5 committees with intriguing agendas were simulated in the eight edition of JMUN 2018, which included the United Nations General Assembly, Human Rights Council, Council of Europe, Arab League and Historic Lok Sabha. JMUN has constantly evolved and grown and now receives participation from various colleges across North India. With a legacy of seven years behind it, the eight edition of JMUN in 2018 raised the bar a notch higher with its tremendously experienced executive board and extremely high quality debate. The team behind it worked tirelessly to provide first timers as well as accomplished debaters a great experience, proving its mettle as one of the best MUNs in the circuit. External Teams / delegations from Amity University, SRM University, Maitreyi, Lakshmibai College, Miranda, JSS, DTU, KMC, Thapar, JMC participated besides the internal students

  • Autonomous Workshop

    The UcR hub organized autonomous workshop from 18th to 24th January 2018 from 5:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M with a total participation of more than 300 students. Students were taught the basics of Arduino and coding on it to prepare an autonomous bot.

  • International Yoga Day

    JIIT organized Special Yoga Session for members of faculty, staff, their dependents and students. Around 200 participants were benefitted by the Yog session led by Mrs. Bhupinder Kaur and her team members from Bhartiya Yoga Sansthan, New Delhi.

  • Meme Making Competition

    The Thespian Circle had organised a meme making competition on 7th Feb 2018

  • Farewell 2018

    The JIIT Youth Club organised the farewell for the 2018 undergraduates on 15th June 2018. Besides group photography sessions, the outgoing students witnessed the cultural performances by their junior students. Many of the outgoing batch students shared their experiences in JIIT and performed too.

  • OSDC Meetup and Workshops

    Around 200 students (majority of them were first and second year students) attended the workshops conducted by the OSDC in the months of Jan and Feb in 2018. The workshops were focused on the topics of Java Script and other scripting languages.

  • Execute 18.2 (Final Round)

    Execute is one of the flagship programming contests/events of KNUTH Programming Hub. It is ACM ICPC styled programming contest where participants in group of maximum 3 students attempt to solve the given programming based logical problems. In 2018, this event (Execute 18.2) was conducted in two rounds, Qualification Round and Final Round. Qualification round was conducted on 10th Oct 2018 whereas shortlisted teams participated in Final Round which was conducted on 14th Oct 2018. After the qualification round of Execute 18.2, total 47 shortlisted teams participated in the Final Round of Execute 18.2 Out of 47, count of teams from JIIT was 42 whereas total 5 external teams (Non-JIIT Teams) participated in the final round. The contest was 3 Hrs. long and conducted onsite/offline mode at the online judge platform of HackerRank (https://www.hackerrank.com/contests/execute-18-2-finals/leaderboard/1).

  • KNUTH Programming Hub Workshops

    Around 300 students (majority of them were first year students) attended the workshops conducted by the KNUTH Programming Hub in the months of Jan and Feb in 2018. The workshops were focused on the topics of advanced data structures and algorithms.

  • Ethnic Night

    To celebrate Navratri festival, Ethnic Night 2018 was held on 13th October 2018. The event witnessed a magnificent crowd of students in beautiful tradition attires and vibrant colors and dancing garba on the beat of music.

  • Execute 18.2 (Qualification Round)

    Execute is one of the flagship programming contests/events of KNUTH Programming Hub. It is ACM ICPC styled programming contest where participants in group of maximum 3 students attempt to solve the given programming based logical problems. In 2018, this event (Execute 18.2) was conducted in two rounds, Qualification Round and Final Round. Qualification round was conducted on 10th Oct 2018. In total, 220 teams across the globe participated in the qualification round of Execute 18.2 Out of 220, count of teams from JIIT was 190 whereas total 30 external teams (Non-JIIT Teams) participated in the qualification round. The contest was 3 Hrs. long and conducted online at the online judge platform of HackerRank (https://www.hackerrank.com/contests/execute-18-2/leaderboard).

  • Ebullience 2018

    Ebullience is an annual event for newly admitted students at Jaypee Institute of Information Technology (JIIT). In 2018, Ebullience was organised on 1st September by JIIT Youth Club (JYC). Ebullience 2018 witnessed several performances in different events by thenewly admitted students under the overall supervision of JYC. These events include music events, dance performances (solo and group), theme walk(s) to decide Mr and Miss Ebullience, etc.

  • Execute 18.1

    It was a 3 Hrs. long ACM ICPC styled programming contest where participants in group of maximum 3 students attempted to solve the given programming based logical problems. The KNUTH Programming Hub conducted the contest, “Execute 18.1” on 21st April 2018 during the annual technical fest of JIIT, i.e. “Cyber Srishti 2018”. The contest was 3 Hrs. long and conducted onsite/offline mode (for JIIT students) and online mode (Non-JIIT students) at the online judge platform of HackerRank (https://www.hackerrank.com/contests/execute-18-1/leaderboard/1). In total, 216 teams across the globe participated in Execute 18.1. Out of 216, count of teams from JIIT was 204 whereas total 12 external teams (Non-JIIT Teams) participated in Execute 18.1.

  • Manual Robotics Event

    After the two weeks manual robotics workshop, the Manual Robotics Event was organised by the UcR hub on 5th & 6th Oct 2018. In total, 55 teams (team size – maximum 4 students) participated in the event/competition.

  • Tricky Relay

    Knuth Programming Hub organised a team based (team size is 3) coding contest in a new and exciting format - TRICKY RELAY on 25th Feb 2018. In this competition each member is allowed to code only for one round out of total three rounds, allowing each member to show his/her best at individual level.

  • Triple Threat

    Knuth Programming Hub organised an individual coding contest, Triple Threat on 25th Feb 2018. The Triple Threat was a coding contest in which each participant were allowed to code with random team members in each round after passing the qualification round. Participants got a chance to win exciting goodies and cash prizes.

  • Encode 2K18 (Final Round)

    Encode is one of the flagship programming contests/events of KNUTH Programming Hub. It is ACM ICPC styled programming contest with a difference that here individual participation (i.e. group size is of one student) participates and attempt to solve the given programming based logical problems. In 2018, this event was conducted in two rounds, Qualification Round and Final Round. Qualification round was conducted on 20th Sept 2018 whereas shortlisted teams participated in Final Round which was conducted on 22nd Sept 2018. After the qualification round of Encode 2K18, total 70 shortlisted teams participated in the Final Round of Encode 2K18. Out of 70, count of teams from JIIT was 60 whereas total 10 external teams (Non-JIIT Teams) participated in the final round. The contest was 3 Hrs. long and conducted onsite/offline mode at the online judge platform of HackerRank (https://www.hackerrank.com/contests/encode-final-2k18/leaderboard).

  • COMIC CON (Comic Strip Making)

    It was an individual comic story making competition where participants needed to make a comic strip on the theme given to them on the spot in the chits. This was an individual event no team participation. Individuals would be given a bowl of chits containing various themes from which they have to draw or sketch the character in the form of a cartoon comic strip like story. Participants were allowed to take help from the internet. Judges will decide the top three comic strips.

  • KNUTH Cup 2K18 (Final Round)

    Knuth Cup is one of the flagship programming contests/events of KNUTH Programming Hub. It is ACM ICPC styled programming contest where participants in group of maximum 3 students attempt to solve the given programming based logical problems. This event is conducted during annual techno-cultural fest of JIIT, i.e. “Impressions”. In 2018, this event was conducted in two rounds, Qualification Round and Final Round. Qualification round was conducted on 20th Feb 2018 whereas shortlisted teams participated in Final Round which was conducted on 24th Feb 2018. After the qualification round of KNUTH Cup 2K18, total 70 shortlisted teams participated in the Final Round of KNUTH Cup 2K18. Out of 70, count of teams from JIIT was 62 whereas total 8 external teams (Non-JIIT Teams) participated in the final round. The contest was 3 Hrs. long and conducted onsite/offline mode at the online judge platform of HackerEarth.

  • Vidyut 2018

    One day Electronic festival, “Vidyut” in 2018 was organised on 24th Nov. Following events were organised in Vidyut 2018: (1) Project Exhibition - Recommencing our tradition of project exhibition as a part of the electronic fest Vidyut we organised this project exhibition with participation of first- and second-year students, (2) Beg Borrow Steel – This was a fun event held in many stages with an interesting combination of technical skills. You Snooze You Lose – This was a treasure hunt event which required the students to solve the puzzles and capture selfies at the location.

  • Encode 2K18 (Qualification Round)

    Encode is one of the flagship programming contests/events of KNUTH Programming Hub. It is ACM ICPC styled programming contest with a difference that here individual participation (i.e. group size is of one student) participates and attempt to solve the given programming based logical problems. In 2018, this event was conducted in two rounds, Qualification Round and Final Round. Qualification round was conducted on 20th Sept 2018. In total, 338 teams across the globe participated in the qualification round of Encode 2K18. Out of 338, count of teams from JIIT was 309 whereas total 29 external teams (Non-JIIT Teams) participated in the qualification round. The contest was 3 Hrs. long and conducted online at the online judge platform of HackerRank (https://www.hackerrank.com/encode-qualifier-2k18).

  • OSDC Meetup and Workshops

    Around 300 students (majority of them were first and second year students) attended the workshops conducted by the OSDC in the months of Aug, Sept, and Oct in 2018. The workshops were focused on the topics of Git, Git Hub, basics of Linux/Unix OS.

  • DevFest 2018

    DevFest 2018 was among the first hackathons cum speaker session conducted by DSC JIIT-62 upon its establishment. It was a mesmerizing experience for all the attendees as well as the organizers and the faculties who were a part of the managing team. On 18th November 2018, a 12 hours Hackathon was held, where the club got to see the best of the developers with their skills on display in the labs of JIIT. Other than that, there were hands-on sessions carried out by the organizing team throughout the day along with a lot of speaker sessions by esteemed speakers from LinkedIn and Facebook.

  • KNUTH Cup 2K18 (Qualification Round)

    Knuth Cup is one of the flagship programming contests/events of KNUTH Programming Hub. It is ACM ICPC styled programming contest where participants in group of maximum 3 students attempt to solve the given programming based logical problems. This event is conducted during annual techno-cultural fest of JIIT, i.e. “Impressions”. In 2018, this event was conducted in two rounds, Qualification Round and Final Round. Qualification round was conducted on 20th Feb 2018. In total, 210 teams across the globe participated in the qualification round of KNUTH Cup 2K18. Out of 210, count of teams from JIIT was 194 whereas total 16 external teams (Non-JIIT Teams) participated in the qualification round. The contest was 3 Hrs. long and conducted online at the online judge platform of HackerEarth (https://www.hackerearth.com/challenge/college/knuth-cup-2018-qualifiers/leaderboard/page/1/).