Workshop Organized by ECE department of SRMSCET&R on Python and Embedded System

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On 27 and 29 October, the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering at Shri Ram Murti Smarak College of Engineering, Technology & Research, Bareilly hosted a workshop on ‘Python and Embedded System’. To inspire and encourage the students, Dr. Prabhakar Gupta (Professor, Computer Science and Dean, Academics), Dr. Rajesh Tyagi (Academic Coordinator), Mr. Shailesh Saxena (Assistant Professor, Computer Science and Information Technology), heads of various departments, faculty members, and staff members attended the two-day session.

Mr. Sumit Kumar Gupta (Assistant Professor, Electronics and Communication Engineering) and Ms. Preeti Verma (Assistant Professor, Electronics and Communication Engineering) were the speakers on the first day of the workshop, which saw participation from 50 students organized in 10 groups. In the first session, Mr. Gupta spoke in detail about Python and discussed diverse aspects including coding. During the second session, which was on Embedded System, Ms. Verma guided the students on making Servo Arm using Servo Motors.

The second day of the workshop witnessed an interesting quiz competition, which brought the participants and members of the audience to the edge of their seats. The winners were Mohd. Anas (1st position), Manas (2nd position), and Sahil Singh (3rd position). In the second part of the competition, students were required to take up two tasks: Rope Climbing Robot and Pick and Place Robot. While in Rope Climbing Robot, the first position was secured by Ritik Srivastava and his team, for Pick and Place Robot, the top position was held by Rahul Pandey and his team members.

Students participating in the two-day workshop received the Certificate of Participation from Dr. Rajesh Tyagi and Mr. Shailesh Saxena. In all, the workshop on ‘Python and Embedded System’ succeeded in achieving its twin objectives: enhance the technical skills of students and provide them hands-on experience in designing and implementing robots.