FAMT organized an Add-on course on “How to Choose and Prepare Final Year Project” for final year EXTC students on 23 July 2021, 31 July 2021 and 07 August 2021. The course covered the following points:
- How to choose final year project
- Industry based project topics
- Literature survey
- Writing a Review Paper
- Writing a Full-length Paper
- Plagiarism Checking
- Preparing an Effective Powerpoint Presentation
The Add-on course was attended by a total of 66 students. The program began with the felicitation of Mr Samarjeet Chavan, Director, JeetFortuneline Pvt. Ltd, Sangali by Dr S. V. Chougule, Head of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering Department.
In the first session, Mr Samarjeet Chavan suggested Industry based project topics and explained various applications in the fields of image processing, biomedical, agriculture etc. He also guided students regarding different sensors, development boards and open-source programming tools. This helped students to explore applications of Raspberry-Pi board in IOT based projects.
In the second session, HoD, Dr S. V. Chougule explained various project topics in the field of image and video processing, speech processing. HOD also discussed the need to choose a proper controller for IoT based and image processing related projects. she also suggested choosing project topics related to needs or solutions to social, environmental, agricultural, and local industry problems. Prof. V.D. Chavan explored some projects related to the medical domain.
In the third session, Prof .R. R. Kulkarni guided students about how to do a literature survey effectively and how to write a review paper, full-length paper and how to prepare an effective PowerPoint presentation. She also highlighted the procedure to publish their work in reputed journals and conferences.
In the same session, Prof. A. A. Chavan demonstrated plagiarism checking. Explained common mistakes which students make while writing project reports and how to avoid them. He also asked students to keep a record of activities of project work weekly in a logbook.