Involvement can be the key to collegiate success! Students who are active in extracurricular activities can be more competitive for valuable scholarships and other achievement-based programs. Not only will you gain confidence as you connect with students, faculty and staff, you can also add valuable experience to your resume. Keeping in mind all this JYC introduces to you a Technical Hub which gives you a platform to exhibit your talent wisely and at a different level. There are several events in the technical societies which you can be a part of, which are as follows:
Knuth – The Programming Hub KNUTH is a Programming Hub (one of the technical hubs of Department of CSE/IT) of JIIT Noida and was incepted in year 2011 with a vision to develop a community of coders/programmers at JIIT Noida. It regularly organizes a series of workshops and programming competitions, “Execute”. During University’s annual fest, “Impressions”, the hub conducts annual programming competition, “The KNUTH Cup”, and many other events based on design, testing, debugging, technical papers, project exhibition, etc.
Faculty Incharge: Mr. Manish K Thakur
The Microcontroller Based System and Robotics Hub of JIIT conduct various workshops and lectures on automation and robotics specifically designed for students in both ODD and EVEN semester.
Robotics is the science of using a machine (a robot) to perform repeated and hazardous task without human intervention. It is a diversified field of technology which combines computer science, electronics, biotechnology, avionics and several other fields to create programmable automation. Robots are all around us in our daily lives. A life without the services they render us will be a life of dire hardship.
Robotics has grown to great proportions globally. The recent neuroArm medical robot made it into history’s books after successfully assisting doctors perform delicate brain surgery to remove an egg-sized cancer tumor is evidence to its growing importance. However, while the world is making great advances in it, India is lagging behind due to proper funding in this research area. So we here at JIIT, Noida have taken the initiative to spread the technical awareness about robotics that just building humanoid-like applications cannot be considered as the purpose of robotics but focusing on building low-cost and small automated applications which comfortably solve our diurnal problem is equally important.
To develop interest in this hub we start with manual robotic lectures and workshops. Two major competitions will be conducted with attractive prizes. We introduce with automation and robotics using 8-bit microcontrollers. Lecture and workshop will be conducted based on Arduino board with various sensors and actuators.
We have a team of skilled mentors from both third and fourth year who have proved their mettle at many Robotics events held at many esteemed colleges of India including IITs, DCE, and NSIT etc. We have experience of conducting workshops and organizing events during college fests. The main aim of the cell is to enrich the technical ability of the students and learn modern technology and advance towards them. This cell helps in building teamwork capacity, leader capacity and many more issues.
All the above provide you with more opportunities and capabilities. These workshops and competitions are organized with zeal and enthusiasm to share with the participants the passion of coding and provide them a competitive environment to polish their skills and enhance their problem solving abilities.
It also encourages and facilitates student participation in various national, international, and online programming competitions. For more details, please visit http://www.ucrjiit.com
- Faculty Incharge Mrs.Hema N firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dixit Goyal +91-9643080417
- Priyank Lalpuria : +91-7838097163
- Team Members
- Dixit Goyal +91-9643080417
- Priyank Lalpuria +91-7838097163
- Umang Andrew Francis +91-9582158308
- Suhrid Srivastava +91-9810672924
- Garima Goyal +918750295872
- Krishan Gupta +91-9013537909
- Gourav Garg +91 9650813029
- Sonam Chugh +91 7838874723
- Shubhi Singhal +91 8130770740
- Pranay Saha +91 9716219800
- Shubham Sharma +91 9871144174
CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION CELL IN ELECTRONICS (CICE) A hobby club of JIIT that aims to teach and help students in understanding the seemingly incomprehensible electronic concepts. It also assist students in understanding the existing gadgets and developing their own devices. Various lectures, workshops as well as competitions throughout the year concerning both analogue as well as digital electronics keep the calendar busy and the participants, learning. In this rapidly moving world, where everyday a new technology comes into existence, it is extremely hard to keep abreast with all the technical know-how, but if our basic concepts are intact then we can aim for the top. Innovation, Imagination and Application. What we do:
- Introduction to electronic components and devices
- PCB Fabrication Workshop
- “Electro Vision” hardware design implementation project
- “Electronics design competition” jointly conducted by RoboVito and CICE
- Workshop on “Basics of MATLAB & Image Processing"
- Workshop on “Basic Electronics”
Faculty Advisor – Atul Kumar Srivastava (ECE Department)
Student Coordinator – Deshaj Pandit (8860651502)
Multimedia Development It is estimated that almost that nearly 30.2% of world’s population use the internet. The growth in internet advertising is expected to increase the demand for graphic designers. Multimedia Development hub enhances the skills and techniques needed to create professional-looking videos, visual effects, motion graphics and animations. We in this hub utilize web and media design to create web enabled content. This requires rigorous exploration of key multimedia tools including Adobe Photoshop, Windows Movie Maker, Adobe Flash etc. and most importantly a creative vision. If you have creative desgn skills, multimedia development can be the area for you.
Multimedia Development Mr. Prashant Kaushik email@example.com
RIBOSE RIBOSE Technical Hub of Biotechnology Department at JIIT Noida organizes various outreach activities to spread awareness about both classical and modern biotechnology. In the past, the hub has organized difference technical events, quizzes, model making competitions and bio-entrepreneurship competition. The hub has also organized events in association with GBioFin Biotech Services (Mumbai) and Microsoft-WWF. An article writing competition was organized in association with GBIOFIN Biotech Services, in November 2012. RIBOSE also coordinated with “Create to Inspire”, a Microsoft-WWF initiative, to organized an event „”Delhi ka Ridgenikant‟ at JIIT, Noida on 12th February, 2015, as a part of their ongoing campaign, sensitize the metropolitan about the plethora of urban biodiversity that surrounds us, zeroing in primarily on the Delhi Ridge. A team of student volunteers are dedicatedly working toward annual newsletter of the hub ‘The Ribose Times’, released annually, edifying the information on recent advancement in biological and allied sciences and about RIBOSE activities.
- Dr. Ashwani Mathur Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dr. Chakresh Kumar Jain Email : email@example.com
- Dr. Smriti Gaur Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
- Gauransh Jain (B.Tech, Biotechnology, 3rd Year)
- Harshit Saini (B.Tech, Biotechnology, 3rd Year)
- Sonam (B.Tech, Biotechnology, 4th Year)
- Shubhra Agarwal (B.Tech, Biotechnology, 4th Year)
- Ananta Ganjoo (B.Tech, Biotechnology, 4th Year)
Ribose Newsletters EcoQuence – The Environment Hub EcoQuence is the Environment Hub of JIIT, Noida, Sector-62 open to students of all branches. The college as an institution and its students are interested in sustainability, both out of a desire for ecological responsibility and because of the simple fact that saving resources also saves money. Students are concerned about climate change in theory, and they can do a lot about it on an individual level. The EcoQuence Hub aims to help the students to generate a more active interest in the environment by using both technical and creative ways. As their primary responsibility, EcoQuence communicates regularly with students in the college about the “whys and hows” of sustainable living, on campus and beyond. This will be done through activities, events, guest lectures, competitions and other methods.
Founders/Heads : Megha Saxena (EcoQuenceJIIT@gmail.com), Kshitij Kumar (+91-9871737042)