Symbolizing the ascendancy of good over evil, Diwali is celebrated in October or November every year. It is celebrated as the beginning of the financial New Year according to the Hindu calendar. All around the campus students could be seen in various cultural couture. The atrium was decorated with rangoli, twinkling lights, and candles. There was a photo frame cutout was created for students to get their pictures taken. The
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The students who are inquisitive about the technique of storytelling in data science must need strong visualization skills, domain knowledge, and strong concepts. The guest lecture committee of SCIT invited Ms. Rajneet Kaur, AVP (Associate Program Head) – Data Science at eClerx, on 8th October 2022 to throw some light on the industry trends and applications. Our speaker started the lecture by telling us “Data Science is as much an
Onam festival celebrates the many elements of Kerala’s traditions and culture. Signaling the end of the monsoons, this annual ‘harvest festival’ unites the people of Kerala with a ten-day celebration during ‘Chingam’. SCIT celebrated this auspicious festival beginning with decorating the Atrium with floral rangolis at 7:30 in the morning. A fulfilling lunch inspired by the festival of Onam was organized on the campus. Students from different ethnicities could be
Celebrating 75th Independence day, our institute organized a student-driven event filled with remembrance of the martyrdom of our great leaders and brave soldiers who laid their lives to give us this precious freedom we enjoy today. The celebration began with the echoes of our national anthem all over the academic building, followed by the hoisting of our national flag. The crowd was then addressed by the director of SCIT, Dr.