Ludhiana, May 24, 2022: Cyber Wellness Centre named Cybertrix of School of Engineering, CT University hosted a 24 hour non-stop Hackathon titled ‘Technoveta 1.0’ at CTU campus. The goal of the event was to gather various developer groups to collaborate and find an innovative solution to real-world problems on Smart Automation, Smart education, Block chain & Cyber security, Tourism, Smart Vehicles, heritage & Culture Foodtech, Healthtech Artificial Intelligence and various other themes.
Dr. Harsh Sadawarti, Vice Chancellor welcomed all with great energy and after that all the participants and computer science students attended the workshop on topic “Combating Cybercrime – Tools, Tips & Tricks” conducted by Arun Soni, an internationally acclaimed author and cyber security expert from Chandigarh (India).
The students worked in 15 teams with 4-6 members accompanied by the mentors. In the tight schedule of 24 hour, the students worked on various projects like “Anti Cheat Examination Portal”, “Jarvis Personal Voice Assistant Using Artificial Intelligence”, “IoT enabled Risk monitoring system in Cold Supply Chain”, “Smart Stick for Visually impaired”, “SAP Student Analysis Program” and many other projects.
During end of 24 hours, all the teams presented their project prototype to distinguished Jury members from industry and academia who heard their pitches and scored the ventures.
The overall winner of Hackathon remained the team “The Turbo Coders” from CT Group of Institutions Shahpur who developed “Iot Enabled Risk Monitoring System in Cold Supply Chain”. Team “Breakerz” secured second position by developing an app to reduce food wastage and “Infinity Coders” got third position for developing a text based AI Chabot.
Dr Harsh Sadawarti, Vice-Chancellor said that coding study is high in demand these days as day to day life depends on applications such as shopping, health, gamming, study etc. So these sorts of competitions put students in race of becoming technicians of such apps.
Dr. Manbir Singh, Pro-Chancellor, CT University appreciated Munish Kaushal Director IT, & Dr. Jaspreet Kaur, HoD Computer Science & Engineering department for organizing the wonderful Hackathon and congratulated all the winners.