BGSBU holds 3 days Seminar on C Prog

RAJOURI: Department of Electrical and Renewable Energy Engineering & Electronics and  Communication Engineering of Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University  jointly organized three day seminar on “C Programming for Embedded Systems and PIC Microcontrollers” in its campus today.

Vice Chancellor Prof I A Hamal inaugurated the seminar along with Registrar Mohammad Rashid Chowdhary, Prof. Mohammed Asger Principal College of Engineering  & Technology and various other dignitaries.

On the occasion Vice Chancellor stressed upon the need of providing practical knowledge to the students. He said that BGSB University has come up as a hi-tech University with state-of-art facilities for the students in the departments for the academic growth and research . He said that more facilities are being established in near future.    

In the programme, guest speaker for seminar Dr. Dawood Ashraf  Khan having a decade long experience at LAAS-CNRS, INRIA (one of the top French laboratories in automatic control, computer science and micro/nano systems)  deliberated on the subject.

The aim of the seminar was to acquaint the students about C Programming for Embedded Systems and their implementation to “PIC MicroControllers” for developing advance projects on embedded systems.

On this event Prof. Mohammed Asger, Principal College of engineering and Technology and. Tasaduq Hussain , Head department of Electrical and Renewable Energy Engineering conveyed that the event will prove fruitful and  bridge the gap between the stereotype class room lectures and practical aspects of project developments. The event concluded with brain storming interactive sessions.

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