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Event from the IEEE SPS SCET Student Branch Chapter - Data Science Challenge 1.0

 

With the goal of turning data into information, and information into insight, the Sarvajanik College of Engineering & Technology (SCET), in association with IEEE SPS SCET Student Branch Chapter, Gujarat Section and IEEE SCET Student Branch organized a National Level Project Competition on Data Science Challenge 1.0 (DSC 1.0). The event was held on 28 and 29 January 2022. There were a total of 27 teams registered for the event from all over the country.  The teams were given four contemporary problems to choose from, which were: 1) Forecasting Problem, 2) Biomedical Signal Classification, 3) Optical Character Recognition, and 4) Digital Image Security.  

In the qualifying round, the teams were given problem statements based on Data Science and they were required to produce the output and submit the video clip of it, online. Based on the evaluation of jury members, 50% of the teams qualified for the next round. In this round, on 28 January 2022, particularly detailed problem statements including data-sets were provided to the qualified teams and they were informed to code it in a fixed six hours duration window.  On 29 January 2022, the qualified teams presented their (coding) work. Four jury members were invited to adjudicate the teams and declare the winners. 

The event was managed by Prof. Sarosh Dastoor, Advisor, IEEE SPS SCET SBC; Prof. Ketki Pathak, Branch Counsellor, IEEE SCET SB; and Prof. Chirag Paunwala, Chair, IEEE SPS, GS.
 

Team Ranking and Prize Distribution:

First Prize
Rs 11,000/-
Team Leader: Poojan Dalal
Mentor: Prof Chirag Paunwala
Sarvajanik College of 
Engineering and Technology
Second Prize
Rs 7,000/-
Team Leader: Mr. S. Avinesh
Mentor: Prof. I. J. Selvakumari Jeya
Hindusthan College of 
Engineering and Technology
Third Prize
Rs 4,000/-
Team Leader: Saqlain Shaikh
Mentor: Prof Vandana Shah

Team Leader: Neel Majethiya
Mentor: Prof Sarosh Dastoor

Sarvajanik College of 
Engineering and Technology

SVNIT Surat

Consolation
Prize

Rs 2,000

 

Team Leader: Chirag Jariwala
Mentor: Prof Sarosh Dastoor

Team Leader: Neel Khapara
Mentor: Prof Ketki Pathak

Sarvajanik College of 
Engineering and Technology

Sarvajanik College of 
Engineering and Technology

Congratulations to the Winners!

First Prize Winners

Second Prize Winners

Third Prize I Winners

Third Prize II Winners

Consolation Prize I Winners

Consolation Prize II Winners

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