(September 15-16, 2018)

The 2-day workshop was attended by 80 students from different branches and academic years.



Students were divided into groups of 5 or 6 and made to sit in groups.

The workshop began with an introduction to Arduino by Adithya M.D, who briefed the students on the basics of Arduino, its components and its working. The students were taught the basic interfacing of Arduino with led along with other basic program execution.

College principal Dr. Niranjan N. Chiplunkar along with vice principal Dr. I. Ramesh Mithanthaya gave their visit to the workshop. Mr. Shashank Shetty, CSFI head welcomed them and asked the principal to address students. Principal talked about the importance of the workshops, what industry wants from us. Also spoke about the problems club currently facing and promised to provide a permanent place to the club where we can work beyond college hours. vice principal appreciated the club members for organizing the workshop for all department students and asked to conduct many more for the coming academic year.

First day workshop was ended at 4:30 and students were asked to come at 9:00 am the next day.




Students were divided into 4 groups each of 20 and 2 groups were made to sit in each classroom as according to the arrangements made by the volunteers.

Four major topics taught during the workshop were:

  1. LCD and Ultrasonic sensor
  2. NRF Module
  3. Bluetooth and HEX Keypad
  4. Motor Drivers and Servo Motor.

Each group of taught these 4 topics individually so that they understand it better and will get sufficient time to clarify their doubts if any. Refreshments were served to the students at 11:00 am by Poonam Prabhu along with other volunteers.

The students who attended the workshop were requested to provide their feedback on their learning experience and the way the workshop was conducted. Club coordinator Mr. Sharath Chandra thanked students for actively participating in the workshop and also each volunteer for their help.

The workshop was concluded on 16th at 4:30 pm.