Nilesh Dwivedi represented LDCE at Social Innovations Hackathon organized in Rashtrapatibhavan

Nilesh Dwivedi represented LDCE at Social Innovations Hackathon organized in Rashtrapatibhavan

By LDCE / 19 Mar, 2016

Nilesh Dwivedi students of BE Computer Engineering has selected for Code For India Social Innovations Hackathon organized in Rashtrapatibhavan on 19th March 2016 and represented L.D. College of Engineering there. In this Hackathon, closing keynote was given by the Hon. President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee. During this he has made an Android application named "Loo-Fi" that will solve the problem of Surveillance of public loos.

i-SCALE award from GTU to the students for leadership & excellence

i-SCALE award from GTU to the students for leadership & excellence

By LDCE / 14 Feb, 2016

Nilesh Dwivedi & Vishal Parekh, students of BE Computer Engineering won the "Innovative Students’ Co-Creation Awards for Leadership and Excellence (i-SCALE)" for their remarkable efforts towards a competitive coding portal "CodingHeaven". CodingHeaven is to create awareness in students of India about Competitive Programming and to develop their skills so that India can come up with great coding talent and can compete with the top programmers of the world. It will help to take India to the next level of competitive coding and CodingHeaven will be the single place for every talented problem solver in the world to hang out. This Platform will hone the skills of programmers and companies can recruit great tech talent easily.

Team Robocon LDCE stood 2nd runners-up in ROBOMINTON

Team Robocon LDCE stood 2nd runners-up in ROBOMINTON

By Team Robocon LDCE / 07 Mar, 2015

Team Robocon LDCE stood 2nd runners-up among top 84 colleges of India in the Robocon National Contest 2015-ROBOMINTON held from 5-7 March at Balewadi Stadium, Pune. Robocon is an international level robotics competition participated by engineering students across the world. Robocon is an international level robot competition held for engineering students from across the world, started in the year 2002. In this competition, robots compete to complete a task within a set period of time. The contest aims to create friendship among young people with similar interests who will lead their countries in the 21st century as well as help for the advancement of engineering and broadcasting technologies in various region. The Competition is based on a theme and hence the tasks given for preparing the robots depicts the influence of that decided theme by the host country. The teams all over the world willing to take part in the competition has to prepare their machines which does these and completes them in the pre-decided time.

i-SCALE award from GTU to the students for leadership & excellence

i-SCALE award from GTU to the students for leadership & excellence

By Computer Engineering / 14 Feb, 2015

Hemen Ashodia, Tarun Mangukiya & Arpan Rank, students of BE Computer Engineering won the "Innovative Students’ Co-Creation Awards for Leadership and Excellence (i-SCALE)" for their excellent work on "Remarkin - Learn to Code" on Sankul Day by GTU. Award, titled Students’ Co-Creation Awards for Leadership and Excellence (i-SCALE) has been established to scout, recognize and award student-led initiatives in the fields of innovation, technology development, pedagogy, leadership, entrepreneurship and similar other endeavors. Each year GTU organizes the "Sankul Day" on 14th Feb for appreciating significant contributions of various stakeholders.

"Indira Gandhi NSS Award" to Madhish Parikh from the honorable President of India

"Indira Gandhi NSS Award" to Madhish Parikh from the honorable President of India

By National Service Scheme / 19 Nov, 2014

Madhish Parikh received India's highest honoured Youth Award - "Indira Gandhi NSS Award" from the honorable President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee at Rashtrapati Bhawan, New Delhi for his extraordinary service in National Service Scheme. Out of 36 Lac NSS Volunteers from India only 32 received this prestigious award and he was one of them.