Our First Year CSE student, Aditya Vijaykumar has acquired International recognition and bounty in the year 2020.
Hack Money is a Global Hackathon conducted by ETHGlobal. ETHGlobal is the largest Ethereum community and it was their first virtual hackathon all over the globe with 354 hackers form 46 countries. It was held for 30 days from 24th April to 24th May.
Mr. Aditya Vijaykumar won Sia Skynet's top Bounty Prize of 500,000 Sia Coins worth $1400 for his hack build and implementation of the Project "Atlas Library System". ALS is a hassle-free library system to help users rent books easily and directly support authors, works on the concept of ERC20 tokens. All the ebook PDFs are stored on Skynet.
Mr. Sarang Parikh won best student hack award with prize money of USD500 for his idea and implementation of the project titled "Application for Move pass and Crowd funding for Social and Financial Inclusion"
Mr. Yash Jaiswal of 2nd Year ISE won Grand Prize in International Hackathon organized by UC Berkeley. CalHacks hack: now Hackathon organised by UC Berkeley was a 36-hours online international-level hackathon. The main theme of the hackathon was COVID-19. His team built a platform for reliable information dissemination to the masses by implementing an NLP-based IVR chatbot. Through this the user can dial the phone number and talk to the chatbot instead of the conventional ways where a Chatbot is hosted on a mobile or web app. Team ended up winning the Grand prize in the Community track and Cash Prize worth $400+.
Mr. Sarang Parikh, 4th year student has represented India in MIT Bitcoin Expo 2020 (Annual Bitcoin and Blockchain conference) held at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The conference and hackathon are the most prestigious moment for bitcoin and blockchain community.
He is one among 4 Students from India got selected (with Scholarship) out of 100+ Applications through Rigorous Interview process (Other Students were from IITb, DTU and VIT)
Indian Team proposed a solution "Zero Knowledge Box - For provable identity without revealing private information" and emerged as the winner under the Infrastructure Track with a Prize money USD2500.
We are proud to announce that our 4th semester student - Sakshi Thakur, CSE department has bagged 1st position in the online coding contest "DEBUG YOUR LOCKDOWN HACK FEST-2020" organized by ISTE Karnataka between 7th and 9th May, 2020.
4th SEM CSE
4th SEM ISE
Students of 4th sem ISE department bagged 1st Runners up in CODIECON with prize money of Rs. 1.25 Lakhs.
CodieCon is an industry conclave focussed on innovation and technology. CodieCon, brought together open source developers, coders, hackers, leaders, technology visionaries and top industry innovators.
ISE students won 1st prize in the professional track of The Big Bot League held at Infosys Headquarters , Electronic City, Bangalore.
The BIG Bot League is an offline contest which was held on 9th March in Infosys Bangalore Campus. The contest was open to students, developers and professionals. Around 2000 teams participated in 2 tracks .
Our students had registered for professional track and banged the first position and received the cash prize of Rs 1.5 lakh
Anurag - 6th sem ISE
Rachet M- 6th sem ISE
Sagar M - 2nd sem ISE
Our students from ISE Department have continuously proven their talent for the 3rd time in Smart India Hackathon, and this time they have brought glory to NMIT by winning first place under Ministry of Transport and Highways.
Our team SMARTCODERS from CSE, NMIT-Bangalore has participated in Smart India Hackathon held in Chennai under Student innovation category. We were in the top 7 teams among 100 teams took part.
After power judging, they won 2nd runner up under student innovation category.
We are happy to inform that 5th semester CSE students have won 1st prize in SRM Hackathon in the ZED Digital transportation track SRM hackathon 2018 was a 36 hour Hackathon initiative taken by the SRM University.
It was held a Chennai between 12th to 13th November.
Totally 100+ teams participated in the hackathon from all over India including IITs, NITs, IIITs and Private Colleges.
The Hackathon was a Theme based Hackathon that consisted of 6 Themes in total and Zed Digital Transportation track
Themes were: -
Our team won the First Place in Zed Digital Transportation track.
The Prize Money was 1.8 Lakhs( Awarded through Internship)
Smart Odisha Hackathon 2018 was an 36 hr Hackathon initiative taken by the Odisha Government .
It was held at Bhubneshwar between 13th to 15th November as a part of Smart Odisha Conclave.
Totally 4000+ teams participated in the hackathon from all over India including IITs, NITs, IIITs and Private Colleges and less than 100 teams made to the Finals at Bhubneshwar.
The Hackathon was a Theme based Hackathon that consisted of 7 Themes in total and Open Innovation Sector.
Themes were: -
Two teams from ISE- NMIT were qualified for the Finals and bagged the prize.
One of our team won the Second Runner Up- Across all Seven Sectors Combined (All India)
Prize Money: 50k
Second Team won the Theme level consolation prize.
The award ceremony was held at the Conclave and all the winners were awarded by the CM of Odisha..
Event Name : ACCENTURE INNOVATION CHALLENGE 2018 under Innovate for Society category.
Student Name : Sabari P R, Pranith h, Priyanka S, Deivanai
Date : October 24th 2018
Winner : 1st Place
Prize Amount : 4,00,000
Innovation Name : EyeSee
Theme : Innovate for the Society
Challenge : The Humphry’s field of vision test helps detect eye diseases such as glaucoma or vision blindness in a person. Unfortunately, such a test is not feasible or available in rural areas in India, leading to blindness or glaucoma among masses.
Solution :In a controlled environment, the Humphrys field of vision device projects lights of various intensities at various distances from the eye. A user clicks a button when the light is visible to him or her. Based on the lights sensed by the user, the device diagnoses whether the person’s eye is normal or losing sight. We have simulated that setup using a virtual reality (VR) app and headset via a Web app that records results and tabulates the details using a tactile input device to record the feedback during a test, making it similar to an actual device.
Impact : Since the device is portable, the eye testing will be available to masses and across inaccessible areas including rural, allowing early intervention and preventing blindness or glaucoma.
Bhavana V A was one of the three NCC cadets from NMIT who was the part of state level Shooting competition held at Tumkur in first week of september. Bhavana V A one of the 10 NCC cadets selected for inter directorate shooting team from karnataka and Goa Dte NCC.
A group of final year students of 2018 batch from Mechanical Engineering department has bagged the best UG project award by ISSS (Institute of smart structures and systems)at the national level . They executed the project in center for Nano-materials and MEMS under the guidance of Mr.Rachith S N from Mechanically Engineering and Dr. Habibuddin Shaik.
Event Name: CONSENSYS INDIA BLOCKCHAIN HACKATHON event organized by NITI Aayog and Entrepreneurship Development Cell, IIT Delhi.
Student Name: Sarang Parikh
Date: July 15th 2018
Winner: 2nd Prize
Prize Amount: 75,000
Event Name: 3M-CII YOUNG INNOVATORS CHALLENGE AWARDS 2018 at the “India Innovation Summit 2018”, organized by CII on July 12th in Bengaluru.
Student Name: Sabari Prabaaker
Date: July 12th 2018
Special Recognition: Young Impact Innovator
Project Title: SteamIT
Idea Summary: SteamIT is a portable steam based sanitization appliance for vendors where the street vendor can quickly cleanse a reusable plate before serving food thus reducing wastage of water.
Event Name: RuPay CONTACTLESS IDEATHON
Student Name:Mr. Sarang Parikh, Mr. Sundaram Shandliya
Date: May 26th 2018
Winner: 1st Prize
Prize Amount: 1 Lakh
Congratulations to our 4th sem students (Ajeet Kumar, Adith Jose E A, Kapil Kumar, Abhishek R Malvadkar ) for their paper entitled "Automatic Arduino-Controlled Garbage Collector" has been selected for the best paper award at ICRIEECME-2018 , Pune, (January 28th, 2018).
The guide was Nirmala J S of the CSE dept.
The Team HORUS (Solar vehicle team of NMIT) won the BEST DESIGN AWARD for Indian Solar Vehicle Championship 2018, Organized by Credible Future at Maharishi Markandeshwar University, Ambala, Haryana
Faculty Co-ordinator: Mr. Harish Kumar L, Department of Mechanical Engineering.
The Department of Management Studies, NMIT wishes to share a JOYFUL MOMENT. Our team of I year MBA students who represented NMIT at Ashwamedha 2018- A National Level Management Fest, held in PGDMS&RC, Siddaganga Institute of Technology, Tumkur on 10th and 11th of April, 2018 have emerged as the OVERALL CHAMPIONS.
These prizes and championship recognize the excellence of our students across the spectrum of business and management and definitely places Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology as a place for building Winners and Champions.
Unisys Cloud 20/20 contest provides engineering students across the country with a platform to offer innovative ideas on disruptive technology. It is open to research students, post-graduates as well as pre-final and final year engineering students in Computer Science, Information Technology, and other related fields.
A team of our final year students submitted a project titled 'A crowd sourcing based android application for Structural Health Monitoring and Data Analytics using Cloud Computing'. We are proud to say that this team on 2nd Runners Up position. The team comprised Akriti Tyagi(4th year), Vinaydeep Kaur(4th year), M Kritika(4th year) and Pratima Kumari(4th year) and was guided by Mr. Sanket Salvi. The team members were awarded with 1 lakh rupees cash prize.
Smart India Hackathon 2017 is a national level 36 hour non-stop programming competition. A total of 7500+ student teams from all over the country competed. 'THE ARTISANS' team from Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology was selected for the finals for their novel idea on 'Secure transfer of data using Stegnongraphy'. The Artisans bagged the second runners up prize. The team was awarded an ISRO hand crafted trophy and a cash prize of Rs 50,000/- which was presented by the chairman of ISRO. The team members were Niharika Mr, Shai Sundar, T Keerthana , Anurag , Amith KK and Sarang Parikh (the lead).
NMIT has been ranked in the rank band- 101-150 as per national Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) 2017, MHRD, Govt. of India.
NMIT has been ranked 57thamong the Top Engineering Colleges in India and 35th ranked in Top Private Engineering Colleges in India by the i3RC times 2017.