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Power BI Workshop

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Objective: The Power BI workshop was designed to provide MBA students of Christ University Pune Lavasa Campus with an in-depth understanding of the features and capabilities of the Power BI platform. The goal was to empower participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to create and share interactive data visualizations and reports, which are essential for their future careers in business and management. Attendance: The workshop was attended by 67 MBA students, representing Christ University Pune Lavasa Campus. The attendees were a mix of students from different backgrounds, with varying levels of experience in data analysis and business intelligence. Agenda: The workshop consisted of the following sessions: Introduction to Power BI: This session provided an overview of the platform, including its key features and capabilities. The attendees were introduced to the Power BI Desktop, Power BI Service, and Power BI mobile app. They also learned about the Power BI dataflow and the P

The Fundamentals and Procedure of Trial Advocacy Competitions

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A trial problem was provided to the students participating in the workshop. The students were allowed to bring their laptops and hardcopy of the provided case for their reference. Later the participants were segregated into two groups with a maximum of 29  members. The participation cost for an individual was completely free of any charges. There was no eligibility for participation as such, it was open for all students of the School of Law, Lavasa campus. Registration for the Workshop was started on the 16th of November 2022. The case study was released to the participants on 23rdth of November 2022. The participants had been given almost one week of time to go through the hypothetical case, and after that, they were asked to attend the workshop divided into various sessions. And the convenor for the same was Prateek Kanavi of  7BBA, LLB And the Faculty Coordinator for the same was Ms. Mehak Vohra. The workshop started with the first session giving the details of the case and helping

Guest Lecture on “Artificial Intelligence in Education”

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A lot of development has been made in the field of Artificial Intelligence and the progress can be seen. AI is a dynamic tool used across industries for better decision making, increasing efficiency and eliminating repetitive work. The session started with the application areas such as Healthcare, Automobile, Banking and Finance, Surveillance, Social Media, Entertainment, Education, Space Exploration, Gaming, Robotics, Agriculture and E-Commerce that are focused by many researchers in the field of AI. AI analytics uses machine learning algorithms to constantly monitor and analyze huge amounts of data, automating the time-consuming work normally done by a data analyst. The process of taking raw data and applying some form of analytical technique in order to find meaningful patterns in the data was presented. How the field of analytics can be further broken down into several stages such as Descriptive analytics, Diagnostic analytics, Predictive analytics and Prescriptive analytics and th

MOU Signing

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The department is signing a Memorandum of Understanding(MOU) with Smartail Pvt. Ltd (EdTech Company for AI Powered Products), Chennai, TamilNadu on 05-12-2022 between 12.00 to 01.00 p.m at Board Room, Central Block. As an Artificial Intelligence based product developer for education and industry, Smartail will work with Christ University, Pune in providing its DeepGrade AI for assessment and dashboarding.  On its part, Christ University, Pune will collaborate with Smartail in providing interns from each of the English based subjects not exceeding 3 per subject in a quarterly period (ex: Maths, Science, Social, English, Commerce, Accountancy, Statistics, Data science) for handson exposure, testing and validating one or more of Smartail’s products. The period of internship would be 4 calendar months and working days are from Monday to Saturday, after college hours. Smartail also provides the flexibility of working from remote provided the intern is equipped with minimum of a 4GB RAM lapt

Guest Lecture on “Employability skill set and career opportunities in new normal”

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Machine learning is a subset of AI, which enables the machine to automatically learn from data, improve performance from past experiences, and make predictions. Machine learning contains a set of algorithms that work on a huge amount of data. Data is fed to these algorithms to train them, and on the basis of training, they build the model & perform a specific task. The resource person gave an introduction to the power of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning concepts. The students were provided insight into ML algorithms help to solve different business problems like Regression, Classification, Forecasting, Clustering, and Associations. Based on the methods and way of learning, the students were given insights on Supervised Machine Learning, Unsupervised Machine Learning, Semi-Supervised Machine Learning, Reinforcement Learning. Supervised learning is a process of providing input data as well as correct output data to the machine learning model. The aim of a supervised learn

CIPHER’22

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The Data Science Association (DSA) conducted Cipher ‘22, a skill enhancing and cultivating tech fest, for the students of the Computer Science Department at Christ College, Pune. A total of six events were conducted: 1. à-la-Data-Carte 2. Coder’s Day Out 3. Keys on Fire 4. Reel-O-Mania 5. Art N’ Out 6. Dumb Charade ACTIVITY 1: à-la-Data-Carte à-la-Data-Carte, an event organised by the DSA in collaboration with Christ College Pune, was a smash success. It turned out to be an event jam-packed with enthusiastic participants where they got to showcase their skills and also, further develop them. The event was focused on helping students explore data visualisation using tools like Excel and thereby helping them in understanding the importance and impact of telling compelling stories using data. They were provided with three datasets in the Google Classroom, from which they could choose one based on their preferences. The participants showed great vigour and interest in the topi

Quality Improvement programme 2023

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The Quality Improvement Programme was conducted from 7th -13th January, 2023. The QIP program began with Dr Praveen Vaidya giving a workshop on the best utilization of the library resources. A brief introduction to the proper use of research platforms available on Knimbus was given. Professor Dr. Shampa I Dev covered aspects of Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy (RBT) and alignment of curriculum to RBT levels. She discussed the cognitive and affective domain-emotional aspects of RBT. Keywords regarding the alignment of Assessment to RBT levels were also discussed.  This session was followed by an informative workshop conducted by Mr. Naived George Eapen & Ms. Amrutha Rose Valavi, where the participants of the QIP were oriented to the course plan. All the components of the course plan were discussed in detail and suggestions regarding certain modifications to the course plan specifically for law courses were recorded.  Ms. Ujwala discussed the importance of adopting adequate teaching techniqu