19th to 23rd July 2022, St. Albert’s College (Autonomous), Ernakulam organized by the Department of Software Development. 19th July (Tue)Best Leader Competition 20th July (Wed)Debugging Competition 21st July (Thu)Poem Writing CompetitionStory Writing CompetitionDrawing CompetitionPhotography Competition 22nd July (Fri)One day Workshop on Ethical Hacking 23rd July (Sat)Albertian Talent HuntSa Re Ga Ma Pa – Singing Contest […]
The Department of Software Development is conducting an Inter Departmental Reels Competition as part of *International Day against Drug Abuse*. Submit all entries to [email protected] on or before *29/06/2022*.
Session I: Introduction to NFT Resource Person Mr. Rakesh Raju Assistant Professor, St. Josephs College of Engg. Mangalore. Karnataka The Department of Software Development organized an online session on “Introduction to NFT” for the Students and Faculties as part of Albertian Knowledge Summit (AKS). Non-fungible token. built using the same kind of programming as […]
The Department organized a webinar on The Joy of Learning Mathematics on 22 December, 2020. The session was handled by Dr. Sabu M C, Head of the Department of Mathematics and Research Centre, St. Albert’s College (Autonomous), Ernakulam. He presented the keynote address on “The Contributions of Ramanujan in the field of Mathematics.” Master Juven […]
The Department organized a webinar on Data Analytics on 15 December, 2020. The session was handled by Dr. Rajkumar R, Associate Professor at the Department of Data Analytics, VIT, Chennai. 82 attendees actively participated in the webinar. The Faculty Coordinator was Ms. Anjana C M assisted by the student coordinator Ms. Andriya Jojo.
The Department of Software Development organised an online session on e-Business & Its Future Trends on 9 December, 2020. The session was led by Prof. Dr. Ammar Rimawi, the Department of Informatics, Al Wataniya Private University, Hama, Syria. He discussed the basic trends used in e-Business relating with best suitable real-life examples which are essential […]