Mysuru – The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering of ATME College of Engineering, Mysuru, has organised five-day workshop on LabVIEW recently, in association with NI LabVIEW Academy, SJBIT, Bengaluru, sponsored by Institute of Electronics & Telecommunications Engineers (IETE), Mysuru.
Around one hundred students from ATME College of Engineering and various other Engineering Colleges of Mysuru Zone participated in the workshop.
The workshop was coordinated by Dr. P.K. Mahesh, Head, Department of ECE, Convener L. Yathisha, Co-Convener G.N. Chandan, Asst. Professors, Department of ECE, ATME, with Dr. L. Basavaraj, Principal, ATME College of Engineering, as organising chair.
The workshop mainly focused on LabVIEW, which is a graphical programming environment used to develop sophisticated measurement, test and control systems. Upon completion of the course, the participants are able to explore concepts with accelerated learning, and seamlessly apply their knowledge to design experiments and develop their own applications with hardware.
Dr. A.V. Ravikumar, Chief coordinator, LabVIEW Academy, SJBIT, Bengaluru, during the inauguration ceremony, said that their Academy has organised LabVIEW workshop in many Colleges in and around Bengaluru and added that it was the only certified organisation to teach LabVIEW in Karnataka State.
Dr. L. Basavaraj, in his presidential speech, advised students to take part in more and more such workshops during their course and make their resumes stronger to increase their chances of success in their job interviews.