Departmental Activities

Department Activities
  • Departmental FDP: An Internal FDP was organized in the month of December 2018 in which every faculty member presented a topic based on their area of interest.
  • Android Workshop: An android workshop was held in November 2018. Officials from Netsmartz came to conduct the workshop.
  • Guest Lecture: A guest lecture on topic “Recent trends in Computing Industry” by Mr. Rajesh Sapra organized in March, 2018 .
  • Industrial Visit: MCA students went to Netsmartz, Chandigarh for industrial visit on 11th january’2018.
  • Computing Skills 2021
  • Computing Skills 2017
  • Computing Skills 2016
  • E-Cyber Security Workshop
Expert Lecture By Infosys Associate

On November 18, 2015 Rajesh Lathiya, senior Associate, Infosys, UK talked to students of computer application department about the concepts and application of Cloud Computing. 60 Students and teachers participated in this lecture and tried to learn about Cloud Computing. The lecture was really interactive and knowledgeful.



On October 19th, 2016 a competition was held in Department of Computer Applications in which various events like Aptitude Test, Group Discussion, Mehndi Competition, Nail Art Completion, Essay Competition, Poster Competition and Photography Competition etc. Many students of BCA & MCA participated and won prizes. It was a nice event in PIET Campus. Management including Mr. Rakesh Tayal (member BOG), Director Prof.(Dr.) K.K.Paliwal, Head of Department of Computer Applications Dr. Sukhwinder Singh Deora and Heads of various departments enjoyed this event a lot.


Blind C-A programming Workshop

A workshop was organized on the occasion of Engineer’s Day i.e. on the birthday of M. Vishvesvaraya, a pre-eminent engineer of India on 15th September, 2017. A two-step workshop was organized by the department. In first step, a written paper consisting of questions of C language was conducted. In second step, there were explanation of all questions and related one by experts. Winners were announced with positions 1st,2nd and 3rd.


Workshop on Writing A resume

A workshop on writing a good resume was organized on Jan 2nd, 2017. Students of Computer Applications participated in this workshop. Experts from another department and Computer Application Department discussed the issued while writing a good resume. A resume is the first impression while getting a placement, So it should be written in efficient manner.



A technical workshop of 5 days “Web-a-thon 2018” was organized by department of computer applications headed by Mr. Sandeep Arora on 9/072018 to 13/07/2018. A short training on HTML, JavaScript, PhP, ASP.Net, WordPress and Bootstrap was given more than 50 students of BCA & B.Sc students from various degree colleges in state. Director Dr Shakti Singh told students about the benefits of these workshops. Certificates were awarded to all students for participation.


Workshop By Netsmartz Sebiz Experts

A workshop for teachers and students of computer application department was organized by Sebiz Experts. Students and teachers learnt the concepts of Android Operating system, its installation and creation of Android applications. Mr Deepak From Sebiz was experienced and knowledgeable person. All students and faculty were thankful to Dr Dinesh Verma for conducting this workshop.

Microsoft Workshop

On 10-01-2018, A one day workshop was organized by Microsoft officials to deliver knowledge about microsoft new product Office 365. Mrs Suman Chawla expert from Microsoft tried to explain every aspect of office 365. All students and teachers gained a lot of knowledge from this workshop.


Cyber Security Workshop

The current era of Education 4.0 demands future-ready students to overcome the gap between education and IT Industry. Keeping the view in mind, the Department of Computer Applications successfully organized one-week workshop to explore all aspects related to Cyber Security from 10th July-15th July, 2020. Students from the state of Haryana, UP and the UT of Chandigarh participated in the workshop to learn practical exposure to the subject. The students learned to implement cyber security attacks in various programming languages during the workshop. Due to promotion of Digital money, the security threats have also increased. We must know different ways to make our online presence digitally safe and secure. Keeping in view all these, cyber security threats and measures to overcome various issues were discussed in the Workshop.

Trick Monsters

Department of Computer Applications, organized a 2-daysWorkshopon “Tricks in Mathematics” from 30th-31st Oct, 2020 to minimize time of solving questions in various competitive and recruitment exams. Students learnt 100 tricks in 100 minutes to solve all level of questions (from easy to complex) in Mathematics. 50 students participated and practiced all types of tricks. The workshop was a boon to the students to overcome the phobia of solving questions of mathematics.


Job Ready DBA Program

Ms. Payal Sharma (Founder, Corporate School) also an alumnus of MCA-Department PIET, in association with department organized a Job Ready DBA Program starting from 16th June, 2020 – 30th June 2020, held on 7 alternate days. In this program, there were two modules. In Module 1, concepts of SQL Server like considerations for Deploying SQL Server, how to Deploy SQL Server, and Migrating Databases were covered. In Module 2, focus was on how to back up and recover data in Azure and SQL Server was covered. At the end of each module, she guided students how to prepare for Module Specific Interview. Overall, it was a wonderful session and students were benefited by this program. Students from different courses participated in this program.

E-Workshop on Cyber Security

Department of Computer Applications organized an Inter-University E-workshop on Cyber Security from 9th June 2020. In that tough time when the whole country was facing COVID-19 pandemic, PIET was putting its best efforts to get students interact with renowned experts on Emerging Technologies. In this series, Dr. A. K. Mohapatra, Chief Technical Officer, Delhi Police delivered an expert session on “Cyber Security”. His expertise and knowledge in the area would definitely add a great value to the technical sense of one and all, especially the budding engineers of the country who require the guidance and path-breaking ideas to lead their way through the tough competition in the Global market these days.

How to face Mock Interviews

Students of graduation final year and post-graduation feel lack of confidence before going for an interview either for placement or for higher education. To boost up the confidence of students and to provide them tips for the same, Department organized a session on “How to Face Mock Interviews” on 26th May, 2021. Resource person for the session were Dr. Suman and Ms. Jayati from MBA department. They told the students about dos and don’ts of interview. They suggested that before going for interview student should do research about the company, and check out the details of job description. They also gave them video interview and body language tips for this new normal of virtual mode. More than 100 students participated in this session. Overall, students found it very informative and participated in the session with full enthusiasm


DCA Quest
How to Deploy your Application on Cloud

Cloud Computing is emerging in the mainstream as a powerful and important force of change in the way we manage information, consume and provide information services. so, in this context, Our Alumnus Mr. Chirag Makkar enlighten our students that how to deploy various apps on cloud. Mr. Chirag is working in Nagarro Software’s as a software engineer. He explained to our students that these days almost everything is on cloud. To deploy apps on cloud is a technical task, which is very important for students. Students were very contended with their way of delivering the session and grasps many concepts. The session is delivered online on 19-06-2021, 10:30 AM, Saturday

Advance Course on Machine Learning

Machine learning is the science of getting computers to act without being explicitly programmed. In the past decade, machine learning has given us self-driving cars, practical speech recognition, effective web search, and a vastly improved understanding of the human genome. Machine learning is so pervasive today that you probably use it dozens of times a day without knowing it. Many researchers also think it is the best way to make progress towards human-level AI. Keeping in view the surge of the Emerging Technology, Department of Computer Applications had scheduled course on every Saturday. Key points of the course are:-

  • This course provides a broad introduction to Machine Learning, Data Mining, and statistical pattern recognition.
  • Topics include: (i) Supervised learning (parametric/non-parametric algorithms, support vector machines, kernels, neural networks). (ii) Unsupervised learning (clustering, dimensionality reduction, recommender systems, deep learning). (iii) Best practices in machine learning (bias/variance theory; innovation process in machine learning and AI).
  • The course will also draw from numerous case studies and applications, so that you’ll also learn how to apply learning algorithms to building smart robots (perception, control), text understanding (web search, anti-spam), computer vision, medical informatics, audio, database mining, and other areas.

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