Tuesday, 26 November 2013

6 month training on embedded system in Delhi and Ludhiana

i3indya™ Technologies presents Six Months Training on "Embedded Systems & Robotics".
Robotics is a field that covers almost all the spheres of technology, whether it is Mechanical, Electronics, Computer Programming, Designing Techniques or any other technical skills based on respective applications. This is basically a micro controller based training which gives an exposure to interface various microcontrollers which are widely used in the industry. This training is designed to meet the requirements of the industry.
This course is designed to clear your concepts in embedded systems & robotics using complete practical approach. You will develop various interesting & innovative projects using micro-controller, LEDs, Led Matrix, LCD, DC Motors, Stepper Motor, Buzzer, IR Sensors, USART Communication, PWM, DTMF, Keypad & Wireless Module. You will be working on various microcontrollers which are commonly used in the industry. Get ready to work on live embedded system projects and research projects with i3indya automation team.

Course Highlights6 Months Training in Embedded Systems

Course: Embedded Systems & Robotics
Certification: Six months experience letter from i3indya Technologies.

 

Fees Duration

»   Fees: 25000/- per candidate
»   Duration: 6 Months

 

Complimentary Workshops

You will get following complimentary workshops from i3indya technologies during this training.
1. Sixth sense robotics
2. Surface computing (Touch 1.0)
3. Vision Botics (Bluetooth based)
4. Ethical Hacking & Cyber Security

 

Special Offer

»   Confirm your seat before 4th Dec'13 and get discount of   5000/-

 

Brief Overview of Syllabus

1ST - MONTH
»   Introduction to Embedded Systems
»   Bread Board introduction
»   Bread Board based Projects
»   Embedded C
»   Working on Kiel & Proteus
»   8051 Microcontroller Basics
2ND - MONTH
»   Introduction to AVR Microcontrollers
»   Interfacing of peripherals with AVR Microcontroller
»   27 Projects based on AVR Microcontroller
3RD - MONTH
»   Introduction to Matlab
»   Simulink in Matlab
»   Image processing using Matlab
»   Control System Toolbox in Matlab
»   Power Electronics Toolbox in Matlab
»   Matlab based Projects
»   Introduction to PIC Microcontrollers
»   Interfacing of peripherals with PIC Microcontroller
»   5 Projects based on PIC Microcontroller
4TH - MONTH
»   Introduction to ARM Microcontrollers
»   Interfacing of peripherals with ARM Microcontroller
»   5 Projects based on ARM Microcontrollers
»   SPI Communication Protocol
»   Project based on SPI Protocol
»   I2C Communication Protocol
»   Project based on I2C Protocol
5TH - MONTH
»   Live Projects with i3indya Automations
»   Research Projects with i3indya Automations
»   Working experience with i3indya Automations
6TH - MONTH
»   Live Projects with i3indya Automations
»   Research Projects with i3indya Automations
»   Interviews with other companies

 

Benefits of this training

»   100 % placement assistance
»   It will develop your skills according to industry standards
»   You will be master in working with AVR microcontroller, it is used widely for making embedded system applications in the industry, so lot of jobs opportunities will be available.
»   PIC microcontroller is included in the training as it is widely used in industry for making embedded system applications using heavy load in the circuit.
»   ARM microcontroller is used in lot of product in the market including Samsung, Apple iphones and tablets.
»   You will make projects using ARM microcontroller.
»   Matlab is widely used in the industry, we'll also cover some toolbox of matlab.
»   This training will cover basic as well as advance aspects of embedded systems.

 

Fees Payment Option

»   You have to pay  5000/- initially to confirm your seat.
»   You can pay remaining amount while joining the training.

 

For More Information

Contact : +91 - 956060 5666 (Extension : 2)

For Registration 






Monday, 25 November 2013

How Remove Spammy Advertisements from Android - Tricks

Now just following below steps you can remove spammy and annoying advertisements from your android device 

  1. Open this text file online and copy its contents in a new notepad file or download it to your PC.
  2. Now you have the file if you have downloaded the file just make sure to rename the file as "hosts" its really important.
  3. So now you have the "hosts" file that you need to place in your Android device in order to remove all those advertisements.
  4. Now just transfer this file to your android device and open your file explorer on your android device. (use a free file explorer like F-explorer)
  5. Now just copy the file on your android device and paste it in to /etc or/system/etc, now if there is already a hosts file present just rename it to hosts.bak (to create backup of older hosts file)
  6. Now just paste your new hosts file over here, make sure you have the administrative right's to paste the file.
  7. That's it guys now just reboot your android device and see this trick working.

Source : Hacking UniversityFB Profile pic250

Trending Topic : AADC (Android Application Development Challenge) at FLUXUS 2014, IIT Indore

Friday, 22 November 2013

What KitKat Will Bring To Your Android Device

We have been hearing about Google’s Android 4.4 KitKat but still wondering what it will bring to your dear Android device? For starters, KitKat has been launched with the Nexus 5 smartphones and is in the process of reaching out to older Nexus devices such as Nexus 7, Nexus 10 and Nexus 4.

For the uninitiated, Nexus devices come with plain Android, the stock Android OS that Google has built. However, when it comes to other manufacturers, they are free to tweak it as per their demands. This change could include different interfaces, aka skins or overlays. The biggest examples for this are Samsung's TouchWiz and HTC's Sense. This is the reason that the roll out to other devices takes more time.
Another reason to rejoice with KitKat is that it has been developed to run smoothly on any device, even those that have as little as 512MB space. So manufacturers have no excuse to exclude any device from the list.

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While the Jelly Bean 4.3 update was a minor one, KitKat is a much bigger upgrade. Here are some things that a manufacturer will bring to your device with KitKat.
In terms of visual interface enhancements, Android looks cleaner with transparent status and buttons bars, which means the wallpaper covers the whole screen. Even the background to the app menu is semi-transparent instead of being solid black. When you are listening to music, the lock screen shows full-screen album artwork, which looks impressive too.
Also, you can launch Google Now with a simple swipe from the main home screen, making it easier for you to fetch information.


Another new feature is the Immersive Mode which spread the apps all over the screen. According to TechAdvisor, this has been a bit of an issue since Android started using on-screen buttons (although not all handset use this approach). Now, content like books and films can use the all you're device's real estate. The status bar and navigation button clear off the screen and can be brought back in with a swipe.

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Given above are the main updates, but there are some smaller ones that may be of interest to you. By saying ‘Ok Google’ you can activate voice search, the phone app displays your most used contacts on top and also shows the company you are calling if the contact is not there in your contacts list.
Moreover, KitKat’s default messaging app is Hangouts and wireless printing is now in your OS. 

Are you an Android Lover!! then You Must Try AADC

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Thursday, 21 November 2013

AADC - National Level Challenge for Android Lovers at Fluxus 2014, IIT Indore

AADC (Android Application Development Challenge) is a National level competition on Android Application Development to be held at Fluxus 2014 – IIT Indore (Annual Techno-Cultural Event) for the first time in India.

AADC Highlights:
» AADC is a National Level Competition on Android Application Development 
» 1st time in India a competition on Android App Development 
» Competition will be held in 30 different centers across India among 4500+ students. 
» The final round of AADC will held at Fluxus 2014 – IIT Indore on 7th – 9th Feb 2014. 
» Prizes up to Rs 1,00,000/- to be won which includes Android Mobiles/Tablets etc.



Event Flow Chart:
»  AADC Event Prelims round to be held in 30 Zonal Center all across India from 15 October 2013 to 6 Feb 2014 
»  AADC Prelims round will be followed by an Android workshop for 3 days (which will help more students to      learn and participate in AADC) 
»  Two winners to be selected from each Zonal Centers. 
»  All Prelims winner to meet at FLUXUS 2014, IIT INDORE on 7th Feb 2014 .
»  FREE complementary workshop on ADVANCE Android App Development for 1 day for all Prelims winner »  Finale round of AADC on 8-9 Feb 2014
For More Information
Phone : +91 - 9718 440 410
eMail : aadciitindore@gmail.com
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Join The Facebook Group
https://www.facebook.com/events/210939422418995/

Wednesday, 20 November 2013

Facebook Security : 10 tips to Secure Your Facebook Profile !

Secure your Facebook Profile With the Following Steps!!

Information Your Friends can Share about You

When your Facebook friends use games and applications, those apps can request information about other friends—i.e. you—even if you don't use the app. This information can include your bio, photos, political views and places where you check-in.
To prevent this, visit Account > Privacy Settings > Apps and Websites. Click "Edit Settings" next to "Info accessible through your friends" and uncheck any necessary boxes.

Social Ads
You've probably noticed ads in the margins of your Facebook profile and elsewhere on the site. A "social ad" pairs an advertisement with an action a friend has taken, such as liking a Page.
To opt-out and ensure your Facebook actions aren't associated with an ad, visit your Account Settings and click the "Facebook Ads" tab. From the drop-down menu, choose either "No one" or "Only my friends," depending on your preference.

Application Settings
The "Applications You Use" dashboard gives you a detailed overview of which applications you're using and what information the apps can access.
To view these settings, choose Account > Privacy Settings > Applications and Websites. Then, next to "Apps you use" choose Edit Settings. Here, you can see which applications you've authorized to interact with your account, when you authorized them to do so, edit the settings or delete the application entirely.

Remote Sign-Out
If you forget to log out of Facebook at the office or elsewhere, you can do so remotely. From "Account" choose "Account Settings," then "Account Security." Here, you can choose to get notified via SMS or e-mail if a new computer or mobile device logs into your account.
Another good feature: You can also view the latest activity: the time, location and device that accessed your account. If these locations are suspicious, you can choose "end activity" to log out of the location.

Facebook Check-Ins
With this feature enabled, your Facebook friends can tag you and "check you in" to a place. You receive a notification when you're tagged, and an update is posted on your wall telling your friends where you are and who you're with. You can remove the tag at any time.
To disable the feature, visit Account > Privacy Settings > Customize Settings. Scroll to the middle section—"things others share"—and click "Edit settings" next to "Friends can check me in to Places" to disable it.

Inclusion in "People Here Now"
Another important Facebook privacy setting to review if you use Places is whether or not you want to be included in a "People Here Now" list once you check in to a location.
By default, your name and Facebook profile picture appear in the list, which is visible to anyone—friend or not—who checks in to the same location. To disable this setting, visit Account > Privacy Settings > Customize Settings, and then uncheck the box at the bottom of the first section that reads, "Include me in 'People Here Now' after I check in."

Appearing in Search Results
If someone Googles your name, it's possible that your Facebook profile, along with your profile picture and any other information you've made public, will turn up as a result.
To turn off this preference, go to "Account" then "Privacy Settings" and choose "Edit your settings" under the "Apps and Websites." Click "Edit Settings" next to the last option, "Public search," and uncheck the box to disable it.

One-Time Passwords
Using Facebook on the go, such as in hotels, cafes or airports, jeopardizes your account's security. To combat this, Facebook offers one-time passwords if you're concerned about the security of the computer you're using.
To receive your one-time password, text "otp" to 32665 (FBOOK) on your mobile phone and you'll receive a password that can be used only once and expires in 20 minutes. This feature is only available in the United States.

Photo Albums
You may have set photos of you to be private, but what about your photo albums? Many people forget that the albums entitled "Profile Pictures," "Mobile Uploads" and "Wall Photos" are usually visible by everyone, unless you edit the privacy settings.
Go to your "Privacy Settings" page and choose "Customize settings." At the bottom of the first section, click "Edit album privacy." Here you'll see every one of your photo albums, and each of their assigned privacy settings.

Instant Personalization
If you visit a site that supports Instant Personalization—Bing, Pandora, Yelp and others— you'll see which of your friends have "liked" certain artists or news stories and browse reviews they posted. Instant Personalization uses information you made public on your Facebook profile to make recommendations.
To opt out, visit your Privacy Settings page, then choose "Edit your settings" under "Apps and Websites" at the bottom. Scroll to the bottom, click "Edit Settings" next to "Instant personalization" and uncheck the box on the next page.


Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Indian Girl Designs Solar Powered Sunglasses To Charge Your iPhone!

It is in vogue to have your wearables support your gadgets. A good example of this is the Google Glass which will soon be released.

As stated on tech2.in.com, Glass is sure to see a lot of competition once it gets rolled out. Among the rival include Ray-Ban's latest prototype solar-powered sunglasses. It is also known as the Ray-Ban “Shama”. The concept device comes with a frame that can catch solar power all through the day and it can subsequently be used for charging an iPhone or any iOS device using a Lightning port.
The glasses come with an arm that can be taken out. This reveals a connector which can be plugged directly into an iPhone. The body of the sunglasses acts as the storage for energy. This came into origin by Indian designer, Sayalee Kaluskar and is still a concept.


The designer took a pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses and put small solar panels on either side of the frame, permitting the sunglasses to make use of solar energy during the day as per psfk. It was designed as part of the student project at the San Francisco campus of the Miami Ad School. The name ‘Shama’ is the Urdu word for a lamp or candle.

Trending Topic: AADC (Android Application Development Challenge) – FLUXUS2014, IIT Indore

Saturday, 16 November 2013

Internet Ethics that we should follow : Tips from Mr OoPpSs Group

Some of the internet ethics which govern the internet usage and you should always follow are:

1. You should never use bad language on the internet while using any service like email, chatting, blogging or anything else like this.

2. Email and instant messaging is meant to chat and talk with the friend and relatives. It is not meant to talk with strangers. You should avoid talking with strangers as it can be a great risk. Avoid forwarding emails to unknown persons.

3. You should not try to be someone else or we can say that you should not try to take someone else’s identity as it can be a crime. Do not try to fool others by giving a wrong identity. You should not break copyrights. You can listen or watch songs, can watch movies etc on the internet but do not download them.

4. Do not steal anyone’s information. It is a crime under cyber laws. Do not hack anyone else’s account.

5. It can lead to the loss of important information to the user of the account and the second thing is that it is a crime too.

6. You should respect copyright laws and all the other cyber laws. Keeping all that in mind, you should use internet and computer. If you need to gain access to a file which is not your own, then first seek permission from the owner of that file and only after that make use of that file.

7. You should avoid displaying pornography on the internet. This is the major and the biggest concern today. You should avoid being obscene on the internet.

8. You should respect obscenity laws. Avoid sending viruses and spam emails to the people. This is also one of the major concerns for the people using internet today.

9. All the above mentioned norms should be strictly followed. Respect the cyber laws and keep them in mind.

10. Respect privacy of others and as you want others to respect yours. Internet is an open medium of knowledge for the people. Use it properly and in a healthy way

Source: OoPpSs Group

Friday, 15 November 2013

Apps to Track Lost Stolen Android Devices

If your Android device is missing or stolen, stay calm and take a breather. We’ve got great anti-theft apps that can help you get your smartphone back or at least keep your sensitive data safe from identity theft.
Some of these apps have features that can help you track down your missing phone by triggering it to ring off the hook, send its GPS location to your email or when worse comes to worst, allow you to wipe your data from the missing Smartphone remotely. Not enough? Snap a photo of the perpetrator or record their audio with your phone’s microphone. Yes, these apps can do that and more.
But remember that only some of them can be installed after the phone is lost. The rest of them are preventive measures, meaning you should already have them before something bad happens to your device. With that out of the way, let’s go get your phone back.


Where’s My Droid
[Free] Where’s My Droid is a pure Find my Phone app to help you locate your phone. When your smartphone goes missing, sending a code via text will make the phone ring (even when set in silent mode) while another text code sends you the GPS coordinates of the phone.

Alternatively, you can remotely control your phone by connecting it to the Commander option, a web-based interface. Where’s My Droid also offers a Pro version which lets you take pictures with the camera (you might be able to take a snapshot of the perpetrator), remote lock the phone rendering it impenetrable or remote wipe the app to save your data from misuse.

Plan B
[Free] If you had not install any tracking app before your Android device was stolen or misplaced, Plan B will be a lifesaver. Plan B is an Android app from Lookout Labs which locates your smartphone using cell towers and GPS, then sends the location of your smartphone to your Gmail Inbox.
In some smartphones, Plan B can enable the GPS on the phone then update you with its location every 10 minutes. For phones with no such support, you can text ‘location’ from another phone, and details of the missing phone’s location will be sent to your email. In the absence of a data connection, the software will send its location via SMS instead.

Android Lost Free
[Free] This app is not only perfect for finding your lost phone, it will also torment the thief (something which we’re sure they fully deserve). You can activate (via SMS or the Web) the alarm to ring with a flashing screen, enable and disable the GPS, data and Wi-Fi connection, remote wipe the SD card, and get their latest call list.
Although it’s a free app, the app lets you take pictures from the smartphone camera (front and rear) and make your phone speak using text-to-speech. Once the SIM card is changed, you will be informed via email. This app can be used even after you have lost your smartphone due to its remote install feature and is hidden from the launcher to prevent uninstallation.

SeekDroid Lite
[Free to download; Pro: $2.99/mth] This has all the regulars, remote lock and wipe, SMS activation, ring alert even in silent mode, hide from view mode, and GPS-enabling feature. You can also retrieve the most recent call logs – and it works even without a SIM card plugged in.
The Pro account (monthly subscription) lets you track the movements of the stolen smartphone with a history map so you know where your device is heading. You can also get protection for multiple devices, and receive notification for when it leaves a pre-selected fenced-in area (good for keeping watch on your little ones).

AntiDroidTheft
[Free] Here’s a simple anti-theft device which lets you locate your phone via GPS, track changes made to the SIM card and view the pictures that have been taken by the smartphone all through the Web. Here’s some news coverage on how the app actually helped a user get his stolen phone (and the car it was in) back.

Cerberus
[Free; Pro: 2.99 euros] Cerberus has all the works, remote alarm trigger, tracking via GPS, remote wipe of the SD card as well as the internal storage, remote lock of the phone, plus alerts of a SIM change. You can also record audio from the microphone. The free version lasts for a week, while the Pro version lets you use it for up to 5 devices under the same account.

Prey Anti-Theft
[Free] To use Prey Anti-Theft you have to get it installed before the phone goes missing. To find your lost phone, you can activate Prey via SMS with the words "GO PREY" in all caps then log into the Control Panel via the Web to mark the device as ‘Missing’. You can then receive notices of where your phone is. The app is hidden and can only be uninstalled with a password.

Find My Phone
[$0.99] Find My Phone is a simple app that lets you track down your phone via GPS. Just text "findme" to start tracking and "ringaloud" to make it start ringing. You can text from a friend’s phone or from free online SMS services.

Lookout Security & Antivirus
[Free; Premium: $2.99/month] You can find your lost phone on Google Maps, sound a loud alarm (even from silent mode) and lock your phone remotely with this app. In the event that your phone has run out of battery, it will notify you of its last known location. Also has an automated backup and restore function which can be accessed from the website.

McAfee Antivirus & Security
[Free to download; $30 a year to keep] Here’s the award-winning software that will keep your smartphone safe from the inside out. It comes as a 7-day free trial but to keep it on your phone, it’s a $30/year subscription. For that sum, you get the regular anti-theft protection, antivirus protection, plus data backup and restore functions.

Kaspersky Mobile Security
[$4.95] This one has plenty of anti-theft protection, with remote block, remote wipe and device-tracking capabilities via GPS, Wi-Fi and Google Maps even if your SIM card has been replaced. Unwanted or unknown calls and text messages can also be blocked, and it lets you hide certain information from friends and family who borrow your phone for use.
Source: OoPpSs Group And Android Apps

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Thursday, 14 November 2013

6 Months Training program for Electronics lovers in Embedded System and Robotics

i3indya™ Technologies presents Six Months Training on "Embedded Systems & Robotics".

Robotics is a field that covers almost all the spheres of technology, whether it is Mechanical, Electronics, Computer Programming, Designing Techniques or any other technical skills based on respective applications. This is basically a micro controller based robotic workshop which gives an exposure about the autonomous robotics to the students. As this field is leading to introduce a creative era of innovation around us, the basic motto of our team is to initiate the spark of robotics to a higher extent. These projects focus on the application and use of technology rather than their internal working so that a person can grasp the concepts well.

This course is designed to clear your concepts in embedded systems & robotics using complete practical approach. You will develop various interesting & innovative projects using micro-controller, LEDs, Led Matrix, LCD, DC Motors, Stepper Motor, Buzzer, IR Sensors, USART Communication, PWM, DTMF, Keypad & Wireless Module.

Course Highlights

Course:Embedded Systems & Robotics

Certification:Participation Certificate by i3indya™ Technologies

 

Fees Duration

»   Fees:  25000/- per candidate
»   Duration: 6 Months

Complimentary Workshops

You will get following complimentary workshops from i3indya technologies during this training.
1. Sixth sense robotics
2. Surface computing (Touch 1.0)
3. Vision Botics (Bluetooth based)
4. Ethical Hacking & Cyber Security

 

Special Offer

»   Confirm your seat before 4th Dec'13 and get discount of  5000/-

 

Brief Overview of Syllabus

1ST - MONTH

»   Introduction to Embedded Systems
»   Bread Board introduction
»   Bread Board based Projects
»   Embedded C
»   Working on Kiel & Proteus
»   8051 Microcontroller Basics

2ND - MONTH

»   Introduction to AVR Microcontrollers
»   Interfacing of peripherals with AVR Microcontroller
»   27 Projects based on AVR Microcontroller

3RD - MONTH

»   Introduction to Matlab
»   Simulink in Matlab
»   Image processing using Matlab
»   Control System Toolbox in Matlab
»   Power Electronics Toolbox in Matlab
»   Matlab based Projects
»   Introduction to PIC Microcontrollers
»   Interfacing of peripherals with PIC Microcontroller
»   5 Projects based on PIC Microcontroller

4TH - MONTH

»   Introduction to ARM Microcontrollers
»   Interfacing of peripherals with ARM Microcontroller
»   5 Projects based on ARM Microcontrollers
»   SPI Communication Protocol
»   Project based on SPI Protocol
»   I2C Communication Protocol
»   Project based on I2C Protocol

5TH - MONTH

»   Live Projects with i3indya Automations
»   Research Projects with i3indya Automations
»   Working experience with i3indya Automations

6TH - MONTH

»   Live Projects with i3indya Automations
»   Research Projects with i3indya Automations
»   Interviews with other companies

 

Benefits of this training

»   100 % placement assistance
»   It will develop your skills according to industry standards
»   You will be master in working with AVR microcontroller, it is used widely for making embedded system
     applications in the industry, so lot of jobs opportunities will be available.
»   PIC microcontroller is included in the training as it is widely used in industry for making embedded system
     applications using heavy load in the circuit.
»   ARM microcontroller is used in lot of product in the market including Samsung, Apple iphones and tablets.
»   You will make projects using ARM microcontroller.
»   Matlab is widely used in the industry, we'll also cover some toolbox of matlab.
»   This training will cover basic as well as advance aspects of embedded systems.

 

Fees Payment Option

»   You have to pay  5000/- initially to confirm your seat.
»   You can pay remaining amount while joining the training.

 

For More Information

Contact : +91 - 956060 5666 (Extension : 2)

For Registration

http://www.i3indyatechnologies.com/training/six-month-training/embedded-systems-robotics.html

Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Cyber Yudh : to be held soon at Aranya 2013, Thapar University in association with i3indya Technologies

i3indya Technologies in association with Aranya 2013, Thapar University, Patiala are going to organize a mega event on Internet Hacking & Cyber Security named “Cyber Yudh”. This event is exclusively and only fo SCHOOL STUDENTS and will held among the students of 50 schools around Punjab and Hariana.

Cyber Yudh Highlights:

v i3indya Technologies and ARANYA 2013, Thapar University, Patiala  has collaborated for organizing a National Event only for SCHOOL STUDENTS on Internet Hacking & Cyber Security - CYBER YUDH

v The prelims round of this event will be held in 50 schools of Punjab and Haryana along with a workshop on Internet and Cyber Hacking & Security.

v Finale would be at Thapar University during ARANYA 2013 on 21-23 November 2013

v Students from different schools from all across the India and some more and going to participate in this Mega Challenge to be held during ARANYA 2013 at Thapar University, Patiala. 

“Cyber Yudh” will held in 2 rounds

First Round - Cyber Yudh

v The Internet Hacking & Cyber Security workshop will be organized in 50 different Schools of Punjab and Haryana by i3indya Technologies in association with ARANYA 2013, Thapar University, Patiala .

v i3indya Technologies, Delhi is the Workshop Partner of ARANYA 2013,  Thapar University, Patiala and Prize Sponsor of CYBER YUDH.

v The duration of workshop will be of 4 hours and will be covered in 1 day.

Second Round - Cyber Yudh

v At the end of workshop an Online Assignment Test will be given to all the students which need to complete within 12 hours of completion of workshop.

v 3 (Three) WINNERS will get a DIRECT Entry to Final round of CYBER YUDH at ARANYA 2013, Thapar University, Patiala.

v Similarly, Winning Teams from 50 different Zonal Centers will get direct Entry to the final round of CYBER YUDH at ARANYA 2013, Thapar University, Patiala. 

For this event we are publishing a 40 pages magazine which will be distributed among the participants and appox 15,000 copies will be published. If you are interested in sponsorship please click the link [ppt link]

Contact Details :

Phone: +91 9212 499 083

Email: cyberyudh@gmail.com