Workshop on Mobile Application Development at Dr. Mahalingam College of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore [Sept 18]: Registrations Open!
Dr. Mahalingam College of Engineering and Technology (MCET) is a self – financing educational institution situated in Pollachi, Coimbatore District. MCET is the vision of Arutchelvar Dr. N. Mahalingam, whose determination and dynamism made possible the realization of this institution of excellence. MCET was established in 1998 to commemorate the 75th Birthday of this great visionary Arutchelvar Dr. N. Mahalingam.
The Department of Computer Applications was started in the year 2001. The department is committed to providing state of art management and computer education on par with international standards. The department aims at promoting quality and value-based education by motivating the skills of students, creating awareness on the future trends of the software industry and familiarizes the students to face interviews with buoyancy.
- Android and iOS get over 95% of the mobile market.
- To grow as a mobile app developer is up to 14 million by the year 2020.
- To be a mobile app intern, you should possess knowledge necessary programming with Android or iOS.
- The workshop supports for your final semester project to do on mobility.
- Workshop Inaugration: 10:00-10:15
- Workshop Session-1: 10:15-11:15
- Workshop Session-2: 11:30-1:00
- Workshop Session-3: 2:00-4:00
- Final Year Students of B.Sc (CS / IT / CT) / BCA / MCA can apply.
- Student can choose either Android or iOS platforms for their own preference.
- Sessions of Android & iOS will be handled separately by industry experts.
- Online registration is mandatory.
- Send your DD in favor of “The Principal, Dr. Mahalingam College of Engineering and Technology”, Payable at Pollachi.
- Registration fee includes Notepad, Certificate, Refreshment & Lunch.
- To register for the workshop, click here.
Phone Number: 9944999577
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