Monday, 13 July 2015

Skill - 1 : Mobile Hardware and Servicing - Unit I Notes


Introduction to Mobile Phone.

Cellular telephone systems are a way of providing portable telephone services. Each phone is connected by a radio link to a base station. In turn, this is linked to the telephone network, which is the largest machine on the planet.

There is nothing special about radio links - they've been used for scores of years. What is clever is that with a cellular system, each base station covers a limited area, and if a phone moves away, the connection is passed across to an adjacent base. This is called a hand-off, and allows mobility of phones, whilst permitting re-use of frequencies by base stations in nearby, but not adjacent, 'cells'.

In addition to telephony, modern mobile phones also support a wide variety of other services such as text messaging, MMS, email, Internet access, short-range wireless communications (infrared, Bluetooth), business applications, gaming, and photography. Mobile phones that offer these and more general computing capabilities are referred to as smartphones.

In the year of 1973, a former general manager from the systems division of Motorola,   Dr. Martin Cooper, became who is thought to be the inventor of the first portable handset.     Dr. Cooper was also the first person to make a call using a portable cell phone.

COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS:

Simplex:  Simplex communication refers to communication that occurs in one direction only.

Examples:

  •  Commercial radio broadcast (not walkie-talkies, etc.)
  •  Television broadcast
  • Internet multicast.
 
Half-duplex:
A half-duplex system provides for communication in both directions, but only one direction at a time (not simultaneously). Typically, once a party begins receiving a signal, it must wait for the transmitter to stop transmitting, before replying.

Examples:

Walkie-talkie (since, it is two-way radio, wherein one must use "Over" or another previously-designated command to indicate the end of transmission, and ensure that only one party transmits at a time, because both parties transmit on the same frequency.)

Full-duplex :

A full-duplex, or sometimes Double-duplex system, allows Communication in both directions,  and, unlike half-duplex, allows this to happen simultaneously. Land-line telephone networks are full-duplex, since they allow both callers to speak and be heard at the same time. A good analogy for a full-duplex system would be a two-lane road with one lane for each direction.

Examples:

  • Telephone,
  • Mobile Phone, etc

For Complete Unit I Notes : Visit Downloads Section

Wednesday, 8 July 2015

Events organized during May 2015 to June 2015

Department of Computer Science organized various events during the Month of May 2015 to June 2015.

  • Virtual class on the topic "Cloud Computing".
  • Management Development Programme.
  • Orientation Programme on FTCP.
  • Inauguration of Skill Development Programme.
  • MoU Signing Program & Guest Lecture Program on "Android Application Development"
  • Faculty Development Program on "Google Apps"
  • Workshop on "Google Apps"
  • Special presentation by Research Scholars.
  • Guest Lecture on "Photoshop & Animation"
Virtual class on the topic "Cloud Computing" on May 19th 2015

In association with UTL Technologies, Bangalore, Department of Computer Science organized a faculty orientation program through Virtual Class mode on May 19th 2015 @ 2.00 PM.  Mr. Ajay Rao, Team Head, UTL Technologies, Bangalore handled the sessions from Bangalore.  The faculty members of Computer Science, Rathinam College of Arts and Science and Rathinam Technical Campus attended and get benefitted.  The session is an initiative towards the incorporating the technology enabled class room in our college.
Virtual Class Session with Participants
Virtual Class Session with Participants
Virtual Class Session with Participants
Virtual Class Session with Participants


Management Development Programme - Two Batches
In association with INDIA Trust, Mr. Vijayakumar conducted a Management Development Programme to the faculty members of Rathinam Group of Institutions in two different batches.  In First Batch, 10 faculty members from Computer Science department participated and shared their ideas & learnt newer and innovative ideas on 21-05-2015 to 23-05-2015.  The programme is conducted as two days outbound at Annaikatti and one day inbound at Rathinam Campus.  In second batch, 7 faculty members from  Computer Science department participated and benefited on 01-06-2015 to 03-06-2015.

Orientation Programme on Field Technician Computer Peripherals - Skill Development Program.
Department of Computer Science always strives hard in providing skills to the students.  As a part of it, the department organized the skill development programme to the students of CS, IT, CT and BCA during 2014-2015 in association with UTL Technologies, Bangalore & ESSCI.  In continuation to that, the department planned to conduct a skill development programme to the students during June 2015.  To create an awareness and inculcate the importance of such skill development programme, department invited Mr. San Joi Srinath, Programme Manager, UTL Technologies, Bangalore to address the students and orient them.  The event conducted on 16th June 2015.  He elaborated the importance of the program, the opportunities and the benefits on doing the course.



Session Handled by Mr. San Joi Srinath, Programme Manager, UTL Technologies, Bangalore.
Session Handled by Mr. San Joi Srinath, Programme Manager, UTL Technologies, Bangalore.

Inauguration of Skill Development Programme - Batch II
Department of Computer Science in association with UTL Technologies, Bangalore provided the skill development programme on "Field Technician Computer Peripherals" under the PMKVY (Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana ) Program of Govt. of India.  The orientation programme was provided to the students of CS, IT, CA, and CT on June 16th  2015.  In continuation of that 120 hours program is planned to provide in 15 continuous working days with practical and theory sessions covering the topics of Networking, Hardware Components, Server Administration (windows, Linux, Redhat).  The sessions were arranged in the computer laboratory.  The inauguration of the skill development program was conducted on 18th June 2015 (Thursday) at Seminar Hall.  The session was presided by Dr. S. Mohandass, Principal, Rathinam College of Arts and Science, and felicitated by Dr. J. Thirumaran, Dean - Academic Affairs, Rathinam College of Arts and Science.  Mr. Srinivas Raju, Divisional Head, UTL Technologies, Bangalore delivered the inaugural Address and given a special talk on the importance of the skill development programme through Virtual mode. The students of II B.Sc. CS, II B.Sc. IT, II B.Sc. CT and II BCA of around 172 will get benefitted.  The faculty members of Computer Science made arrangements of the event.

Dignataries on the dias during Prayer songWelcome Address by Dr. R. Muralidhran, Vice Principal & Head, Dept. of Computer Science
Presidential Address by Dr. S. Mohandass, Principal, Rathinam College of Arts and Science.Felicitation address by Dr. J. Thirumaran, Dean - Academic Affairs, RCAS.
Special Address & Inaugural Address by Mr. Srinivasa Raju, Divisional Head, UTL Technologies, BangaloreStudents of II year CS, IT, CT, BCA attended the session and get benefitted

MoU Signing Program & Guest Lecture Program on "Android Application Development"

Learning the demand and requirement of IT companies is always a toughest process.  To cope up with those issues, department of computer science plans to extend its boundary to have IT industry to be part of the curriculum designing, content designing and training providing. Through this the department able to create industry ready students, they will get the knowledge on working real time projects / Internships.  As a part of it, department of Computer Science signed an MoU with Supreme Assurity Information Solutions and Services, Gandhipuram, Coimbatore they have their head office at USA.  The basic objective of the MoU is to provide their expertise in framing syllabus, add-on course, internships in projects and faculty development programme on recent trends. On behalf of Rathinam College of Arts and Science, Dr. S. Mohandass, Principal signed the MoU and exchanged with Mr. D. Sudhakar, Operational Head, Supreme Assurity Information Solutions and Service, Coimbatore.  During the event, Mr. D. Sudhakar, Operational Head, addressed the students on the recent requirement and the skills to be developed by the students to grab a job in top MNCs.  He also assured to help the students in all aspects to mould them to be industry ready.

In continuation to the MoU signing, Guest Lecture on "Android Application Development was delivered by Mrs. Tamizhini, Team Lead, Saiss, Coimbatore.  She briefed the future of Android and job opportunities.

Welcome address and briefing about the importance of MoU signing by Dr. R. Muralidharan, Vice Principal & Head in CSPresidential Address by Dr. S. Mohandass, Principal, Rathinam College of Arts and Science.
Signing MoU by Dr. S. Mohandass, Principal, RCAS & Mr. D. Sudhakar, Operational Head, Saiss.
Exchange of MoU by the concerns
Special Address by Mr. D. Sudhakar, Operational Head, Saiss, CoimbatoreGuest Lecture Programme on "Android Application Development handled by Mrs. Tamizhini, Team Lead, Saiss, Coimbatore.
Students of final year CS, IT, CT, BCA attended the eventStudents having discussion with Mr. D. Sudhakar

Faculty Development Programme on "Google Apps" on June 20th 2015.
Nowadays everything is digital, like the documents, spreadsheets, data collection formats and also sharing of documents are essential and managing those documents is crucial and important too.  To bridge the gap on managing digital documents, Department of Computer Science in association with EduSculpt Education Services jointly organized the faculty development programme cum workshop on "Google Apps" on June 20th 2015.  The faculty members are given training on how to use Google Apps Icon and the importance of Google drive, how to share a document / form / sheet / files and to protect the files by assigning range.  Also the faculty members given an orientation on using Google Class room. The sessions are handled by providing hands-on.  The sessions are handled by Mr. C. Hariharan, Joint Director, EduSculpt Education Services, Chennai. and co-handled by Mr. Vijaykumar, Project Lead, EduSculpt Education Services, Chennai. The faculty development programme was arranged with the support of Mr.Sathya, Director of EduSculpt Education Services.
Resource person along with Principal & HODAddress by Dr. S. Mohandass, Principal, Rathinam College of Arts and Science
Plesentaries to the Chief Guest Mr. C. Hariharan, Joint Director, EduSculpt Education Solutions, ChennaiSession handled by Reseource Person Mr. C. Hariharan, Joint Director, EduSculpt Education Solutions, Chennai

Workshop on "Google Apps" on June 20th 2015
Department of Computer Science organized the workshop on "Google Apps" on June 20th 2015 for the students of Final Year and Second Year CS, IT, CT, BCA.  72 students attended the workshop and get benefitted.  As an initiation towards digital India, Rathinam College of Arts and Science provides official email id to all students in association with Google inc, through EduSculpt Education Services.  The workshop session was handled by Mr. Vijaykumar, Project Lead, EduSculp Education Services, Chennai.


Special Presentation by Research Scholars on June 26th 2015
Department of Computer Science produced three more M.Phil 2 under the guidance of Mrs. K. Renuka, Assistant Professor in CS and  1 under the guidance of Mrs. Juliana Ganaselvi, Assistant Professor in CS.  The M.Phil Scholars Ms. R. Kiruthika, Ms. M. Suriya, and Mr. D. Shyam Sundar had submitted their dissertation to the Bharathiar University, Coimbatore.  In continuation to that, the M.Phil viva-voce examination was conducted to the scholars on 26th June 2015.  They presented their work before the faculty members, research scholars and students & answered the queries.



Guest Lecture on "Photoshop & Animation" on 29th June 2015
Mr. A. Uthiramoorthy, AP/CS organized a guest lecture programme on 29th June 2015 in association with Image Multimedia Coimbatore.  The guest lecture program was handled by Mr. Thiagarajan, Operational Head, Image Multimedia, Coimbatore.  He breifed the importance of Photoshop in Animation and website designing.  The students of final year BCA and Final year CT attended the session and gets benefitted. 

Sunday, 5 July 2015

National Level Technical Symposium - Conclave-15 - 11th September 2015




Department of Computer organizes the 
National Level Technical Symposium - Conclave'15 
on 
 11th September 2015



The Events Planned during the Technical Symposium are listed below, the event provides a platform for the students to enhance their knowledge and to sharpen their talents.

Download : Poster Rules & Regulation Registration Form

All the events with Attractive Cash Prizes

Events 

  1. Paper Presentation
  2. Technical Quiz
  3. Debugging
  4. Web Designing
  5. The typing master
  6. Connections
IMPORTANT DATES :

  • Last date for submitting the papers : 31-08-2015
  • Last date for sending the registration forms : 04-09-2015
  • Event Date : 11-09-2015

General Rules :


  • Only one team per college is allowed [students from B.Sc IT/CT/CS, BCA,  are eligible].
  • Each member can participate in only one event [to avoid clashes between events].
  • Kindly register and confirm yourself / your team through E-mail well in advance 
  • Winners are awarded with attractive cash prizes.
  • Participants’ certificate will be provided for all the participants at the valedictory.
  • Participants are requested to report at the registration counter by 9.30 a.m., on the day of the event.
  • Spot registration will be closed at 10.00 a.m.
  • Participants must bring their college ID card and authorization certificate from Head of the institution / Department.
  • Judges decision will be final and fastening for all events.
  • Teams found violating the rules or misbehaving will be disqualified.
  • The participants will be responsible for the safety of their belongings. CONCLAVE ’15 team will not be responsible for any loss of property.
  • Participants should follow proper dress code.
  • Lunch will be provided to all the registered participants.
  • Mobile phones are strictly prohibited inside the competition area.
Event Rules :

PAPIRA - THE PAPER PRESENTATION


The topics for paper presentation(PAPIRA) are as follows, but not limited to the below mentioned:
  • Nanotechnology Shaping The Future
  • Cloud Computing Technology
  • Facebook Thrift
  • Ethical Hacking
  • Mind Reading Computer
  • Sixth Sense Technology
  • 5 Pen PC Technology
  • Blue Brain
  • Space Mouse
  • Cluster Computing
  • Any IT Related topic
Rules for Paper Presentation:
  • Only one team per college & Maximum of two authors.
  • Participants should send their abstract & full paper to the email id conclave15@gmail.com and cscarcas@gmail.com on before 31-August-2015.
  • Selected papers will be intimated through E-mail and selection list will be announced in the blogspot http://rathinamcomputerscience.blogspot.in 
  • Selected Participants must bring hard copy of paper and PPT soft copy in(*.ppt) format.
  • Paper should be in IEEE format.
  • Selected team should given a PPT soft copy in PEN DRIVE to the registration counter at 9.30a.m.
  • Judges decision will be final.
  • The presentation should last a maximum of 7 minutes. There will be a 3 minutes query and answer session following it.
  • Other innovative topics are also welcome.





Q-MIND- TECHNICAL QUIZ

  • Only one team per college & Maximum of two participants per team.
  • Online preliminary round will be conducted, including 5 tie break questions.
  • Questions related to technical concepts.
  • Five teams will be selected for final round.



CODIGO- DEBUGGING

  • Only one team per college & Maximum of two participants per team.
  • Online preliminary round will be conducted, including 5 tie break questions.
  • Questions related to C, C++, and JAVA.
  • Five teams will be selected for final round.



BONDING- CONNECTIONS


  • Only one team per college & Maximum of two participants per team.
  • Online preliminary round will be conducted, including 5 tie break questions.
  • Questions related to technical & general concepts.
  • Five teams will be selected for final round.



VIRTUAL DREAMS –WEB DESIGNING


  • Only one team per college & Maximum of two participants per team.
  • Written preliminary round will be conducted, including 5 tie break questions.
  • Questions related to HTML, CSS, Java Script, Flash and Photoshop.
  • The topic for finals will be given on spot.
  • No internet facility will be provided.
  • Five teams will be selected for final round.



KEYBOARD CHASERS- THE TYPING MASTER


  • Only one participant per college.
  • Two rounds will be conducted.
  • Five teams will be selected for final round.
  • Time speed and accuracy will be evaluated for both the rounds.

For details Contact :

Mr. V. Veerakumaran AP/CS -  9677945723
Mr. M. Aarish, AP/CS - 9952228124

email : conclave15@gmail.com, cscarcas@gmail.com



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