TechEthnics is an IT Consortium, a thought to connect to the industry, to be more practical, to work in real time and to work out of the box. TechEthnics is working with an aim of spreading awareness about the latest trends in IT sector through technical programs. To bridge the gap between industry and academia, this forum has kept the students updated with the latest technical advancement by hosting workshops on Trending Technologies.
List of Members
|Ashi Sharma||IT||3||VP Recruitment|
|Jasnidh Ahuja||IT||3||VP Recruitment|
|Sankalp Malhotra||IT||4||Advisory Head|
|Anshul Bhatia||IT||4||Advisory Board Member|
|Sanjay||IT||4||Advisory Board Member|
|Prajjwal Mishra||IT||4||Advisory Board Member|
|Suneet Srivastava||IT||2||Technical Head|
|Meeraj Shekh||CS||3||Graphics Associate|
List of Events
â€œDEDICATED TO PROMOTING INTEREST IN COMPUTING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES AMONG MEMBERS OF THE INDERPRASTHA COMMUNITY.â€
â€œFinding new innovative ideas for arranging events so as to encourage and motivate students to participate in the events and increase their span of thinking.â€
One of the most vibrant student organisation of the institution, TCF (abbreviated for Trinity Cyber Forum) is a student organisation which runs under the auspices of Department of Computer Science & Engineering and Department of Information Technology. Started in the year 2004, One of the most prestigious and oldest forum, TCF has been conducting various events and workshops aiming to clear the fundamentals of programming languages and course curriculum in the best way possible.
â€œGiven a direction and purpose, anyone can do wonders!â€ And team trinity would help you in achieving the same. Trinity organises â€˜alumni talksâ€™ where alumniâ€™s talk about the experience, â€˜technical workshopsâ€™ where trinity members conduct sessions on fundamentals of programming languages and various other events and activities which develops not only technical but inter-personal skills as well. You are going to find these things robust enough for academic discipline and vital enough to help you in your professional practise.
â€œTell me and Iâ€™ll forget, Teach me and I may remember, Involve me and Iâ€™ll learn.â€ Thatâ€™s what we do! Get involved with us and experience the difference.
|Arti Gupta||(4th Year CSE)||Gunjan Srivastava||(4 th Year IT)|
|Yash Bhardwaj||(3 rd Year CSE)||Utkarsh Sharma||(3 rd Year CSE)|
|Samiksha Gahlot||(3 rd Year IT)||Anshika Srivastava||(3 rd Year IT)|
3 Year Trinity Representatives
|Anshika Srivastava||Event Coordinator|
|Agam Srivastava||Event Coordinator|
|Ayushi Rawat||Event Coordinator|
|Utkarsh Sharma||Web Development Maintenance|
|Pranav Jain||Web Development Maintenance|
|Vivek||Web Development Maintenance|
|Farzam||Web Development Maintenance|
EVENT LIST 2016
The winners of â€œMOCK UP DESIGN CHALLENGE â€œ(design at Your Home).are as follows:
Winners of Photoshop Competition.
e-Yantra, a project of Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), IIT Bombay to spread education in Embedded systems and Robotics sponsored by MHRD through the National Mission on Education through ICT (NMEICT). However, e-Yantra Lab Setup Initiative (eLSI) is a college level program under which colleges are encouraged to setup robotics labs. Under this initiative, e-Yantra Robotics Club has setup a Robotics Laboratory, undergoing all the training and procedure stipulated by IIT-Bombay.
e-Yantra Robotics lab was inaugurated on 7th September, 2016 by Dr. B.C Sharma (Director, IPEC) and Dr. Pooja Tripathi ( HOD, IT) with the mission to enable students and staff with innovative technologies in the field of embedded systems and robotics.