SOFTJinzheng'11 organised by the Computer Systems Engineering

21/10/2011 - 12:36am

SOFTJinzheng’11 event organised by the faculty members of the Computer Systems Engineering Department took place on the 5th October 2011. The event was inaugurated by Prof. Dr. M. A Unar, Director IICT and Chairman, Department of Computer Systems Engineering. The event comprised of three major categories, where the student’s skills were analysed and put to test.

The first category was the project display in which the students exhibited their ability to provide solutions for real time technical problems.

The second category was On Spot Programming where the students battled with time to show off how fast they could process instructions, create logic, and deliver desired output.

These two categories started off parallel in the department of Computer Systems Engineering.  The final category of the event was the quiz competition in which the students got a chance to prove their conceptual knowledge in the field of computing. As a result of numerous requests from students to attend the quiz competition, the venue selected by the organising committee for this category was the University Auditorium, which has a good capacity of around six hundred people.

The Dean FEECE, Prof. Dr. B. S. Chaudhry distributed the prices among the winning teams of the competitions and appreciated the efforts of the faculty of department of Computer Systems Engineering for organising such an event. Prof. Dr. B. S Chaudhry also presented a shield of appreciation to Prof. Dr. M. A. Unar for the dedication and commitment. 09 CSE was awarded the best batch title for their accumulative efforts in all categories of SOFTJinzheng’11 and the trophy was awarded to the Chairman department of Computer Systems Engineering.

SOFTJinzheng’11 was a huge success, where the students of the department were provided an opportunity to display their computer proficiency and communication skills. SOFTJhinzeng’11 was a mere idea, a couple of months ago. The teamwork and endeavours of the organising committee brought life into it and set a stage for upcoming events. The event was a true reflection of the sincere efforts and dedication of the faculty members and the volunteering students of the department.