TECHNICAL TALK ON ‘CHALLENGES IN TRANSFORMATION FROM STUDENT TO ENGINEERING PROFESSIONAL’
Date:15TH September, 2015
Time: 1:00 p.m to 3:30 p.m
Total number of participants: 70
SCETW IEEE SB Advisor: Mrs.Parvathi, Associate Prof.ECE Dept.
SCETW IEEE SB Chair: Ms.Olivia Varnika, Student IV ECE
Venue: Stanley College of Engineering & Technology for Women
The Stanley IEEE chapter organized a ‘Technical Talk’ on 15th September, 2015 on ‘Challenges in Transformation from Student to Engineering Professional’ given by, Dr.B.Venkateshulu, Professor and Head of ECE department at GNITS for Women. The event was inaugurated at 1:30 in the afternoon, with a few encouraging words by our beloved Principal, Dr. Satya Prasad Lanka. Our Student branch Counselor, Mrs. Parvathi, gave a few introductory remarks and a brief introduction about our speaker, Dr.B.Venkateshulu . This was followed an inspiring and very informative lecture by our speaker. It enlightened the students about the requirements of the industry.
The seminar started with an introduction to the basic qualities a student must develop. General ethics, time management, communication skills, etc. were discussed. Later on, the various activities to be carried out for the development and improvement of these qualities were learnt. Further we learnt how to face typical interview questions.
Overall, it was a productive seminar and we acquired much more awareness about the industry and what challenges a student must overcome to become a successful Engineering Professional. Finally the event was done successfully with the vote of thanks given by Ms. Rachel, Student of ECE.
- Samatha, 2nd year- ECE : “The session was useful and informative. It was interesting and helpful in attending interviews with ease.”
- Safoora, 2nd year – MBA : “The session was interactive and the very importance of the typical interview questions one can handle”.
- Anusha, 4th year- IT : “The lecture was informative and gave a knowledge on time management. Overall, it was interesting and exciting. I’m waiting for more workshops to be done on this topic.”