DIFFERENTIATORS

WISE (Women In Software Engineering)

We encourage the external educational sources targeting a specific domain of study to enhance the performance of student in that field.

Thus we at BVRIT Hyderabad College of Engineering for Women collaborated with TalentSprint Company and started an exclusive program called ‘Women in Software Engineering (WISE)’ which is being run along with the regular academic program. This program will impart sound technological skills and ensure that students get equipped for jobs in IT product companies by the end of their academic program.

The WISE program will be guided by the following underlying philosophy:

  • Enable students to work with Mid-Size software systems (More than 100 KLOC) by experiential learning.
  • Focus on building a complement of skills to make them confident and competent.
  • Develop an impressive resume with visible and verifiable expertise and experience, relevant for large Multi-National Software Organizations.

There will be five lecture modules and three project modules:

JSI: Just Solve It

Platform

Linux, gcc

Objectives

On successful completion PWABT reinforce their learning of C, read code, write good procedural code.

Pedagogy

Students will solve a series of graduated problems

Assessment

Assignments, quizzes and end-of-module test

Resource(s)

TS Problem Bank, Project Euler
MPP: Modern Programming Practice

Platform

Python

Objectives

On successful completion PWABT, learn to learn, identify relevant libraries, read documentation, write good procedural code, and build small projects

Pedagogy

Students will solve a series of graduated problems and group project

Assessment

Mini Projects, Presentation

Resource(s)

TS Problem Bank, Project Euler
CJP : Core Java Programming

Platform

Java, Eclipse, Git

Objectives

On successful completion PWABT understand Object Orientation, write simple Java programs, use version controland design simple classes.

Pedagogy

Solving series of Graduated Problems. .

Assessment

Assignments, quizzes and final test

Resource(s)

TS Problem Bank, Project Euler
AJP: Advanced Java Programming

Platform

Java, Eclipse, SQL, jUnit

Objectives:

On successful completion PWABT use collection classes, connect to databases and write unit tests.

Pedagogy

Solving series of Graduated Problems.

Assessment

Assignments,quizzes,final test.

Resource(s)

TS Problem Bank
EJD : Enterprise JAVA Development

Platform

Java or C++ or Python

Objectives

On successful completion PWABT, put together the knowledge of the previous modules and build a modern web application

Pedagogy

Projects using Databases and Web front end.

Assessment

Assignments and Presentations

Resource(s)

GitHub, JavaForge freecode.com
AMD : Android Mobile Development

Platform

Java, Android SDK, Android Studio

Objectives

On successful completion of the module PWABT build a mobile app able

Pedagogy

Project Based

Assessment

Assignments and Presentations

Resource(s)

TS Problem Bank
BDC: Big Data and Hadoop

Platform

Java or C++ or Python

Objectives

On successful completion PWBAT understand Big Data concepts and toolchains, and use Hadoop.

Pedagogy

Graduated Problems

Assessment

Assignments and Presentations

Resource(s)

TS Problem Bank
MPW: Mini-Project Work - Option 1

Platform

Student’s Choice

Objectives:

On successful completion PWBAT put together the knowledge of the previous modules and build an application that can be submitted as the academic project.

Pedagogy:

Project Mentoring

Assessment

Presentation and demonstration

Resource(s)

IEEE Projects, TS Project Bank

These lecture modules will be for total duration of 30 hours each and will be delivered during a semester with three sessions being delivered every week. In addition to this, there will also be three mini-projects embedded as part of the program spanning 50  hours each. The students will complete these projects during the academic breaks before second, third and fourth year of engineering.

  • FOP: Foundations of Programming using Python (summer break between 1 st  and 2 nd  year)
  • CFP: Contributing to global Free and Open-Source Software (FOSS) Projects (summer break between 2 nd  and 3 rd  year)
  • MPW: Mini Project work with focus on Python/Java/C/C++ (summer break between3 rd  and final year)
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