Gateways 2015

The Department of Computer Science organized National Level Intercollegiate IT Fest - GATEWAYS 2015 on 21st and 22nd September 2015. The event is a two day extravaganza opened by the Honorable Chief Guest Mr. Mohammed Azad , CEO, Reach Info Systems at 9 am on 21st September.

Gateways is a most effective way of bringing students under the same platform, for tomorrow's computer folks to meet up, compete, learn and grow. Students fight it out in numerous activities comprising of both technical and non-technical events. It is a vibrant place where many talented students showcase their skills and abilities and compete shoulder to shoulder with the best from all over India. The theme of Gateways 2015 was NEXUS.

     

Master of Ceremonies

 

List of events conducted:
Gateways consisted of 7 technical and 7 non technical events. All these events saw a massive participation from the students and all the participants were highly energetic and enthusiastic.

 

The Technical events conducted were as follows:

Coding and Debugging
Web Designing
IT Manager
Product Launch
Video Making
IT Quiz
App Development

The Non-Technical events were as follows:

Just A Minute
Mock Parliament
Dumb Charades
Photography
Brushless Painting
Treasure Hunt
Gaming

Participant for Brushless Painting              Infobahn – Bi-annual IT Magazine released during the Gateways.                                   
           

http://cs.christuniversity.in/infobahn/

The main aim of Gateways is to benefit the students by providing the much needed exposure which will help them to know where they stand. It helps in maintaining a good relationship with other colleges throughout the country. Since it's a fest organized by the students, it will help the students in developing their soft skills as well as organizational skills.

Gateways-2015 ended successfully with the Valedictory function which was presided over by the    Dr. George Thomas C, Associate Dean of Science, Christ University. The winners were awarded with Cash prizes and mementos by the Chief Guest. Finally, the overall trophy went to Kristu Jayanti College with 995 points and the runners up trophy went to RV College of Engineering with 790 points. All the students showed a lot of dedication, determination, interest and were actively involved in their respective events. Gateways definitely set a benchmark this year with active participation of students and the introduction of new events and we hope it will continue to do so in coming years as well.