Coding and problem solving constitute the core of the Computer Science and Engineering industry. Keeping this in mind, the department has taken its first step towards developing a sound coding aptitude and a healthy coding culture among the students by establishing a coding club. The club “CodeISM”, abiding its motto of knowledge sharing, acts as a forum for discussion and exchange of ideas and experiences on various topics related to coding and problem solving among its members. From time to time, it also arranges lectures by the best coders of the institute. It bridges the gap between the theoretical knowledge learnt and its practical application in the industry. Moreover, the club also promotes participation in various nationally and internationally renowned coding competitions.

CodeISM has also recognized that the need of the hour is to provide placement and internship oriented lectures for the students to survive the rigorous coding and interview rounds. The club has come up with a series of eight lectures on popular topics like data structures, algorithms and strings, to make students adept in problem solving with placements and internships as the prime focus.

With such a start, coding club will surely become an integral part of departmental culture, taking the name of the department to distances still undiscovered, in the coming years.


Knowledge Sharing

Programming is about writing the instructions which a computer follows to enable it to store knowledge, process knowledge, and communicate knowledge with the outside world.

Coding Aptitude

While being able to simply ask the machine for what you need gives you some results, knowing how to clearly tell it what to do can give you more personalised results and make any automatable tasks easier to automate. This can be achieved by codes of lines.


Understanding the problem; plans; top-down design / stepwise refinement; recognition of similarities between problems leading to adaptation and reuse.

Ideas & Experience

A powerful social learning strategy that creates an environment of learning is through sharing experiences. Experiences are personal – but there is a lot of learning that can be derived from them as well.

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