• Confluence 2016
  • Code Marathon 2.0
  • Quiz Wiz 3.0
  • Code Rush 2.0
  • Confluence 2015
  • Code Marathon 1.0
  • Quiz Wiz 2.0
  • Code Rush 1.0
  • Udbhav 2015
  • Confluence 2014
  • Quiz Wiz 1.0
  • Udbhav 2014
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Confluence 2016

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Alumni contribution is essential for the growth of the department. Ranging from parameters like placement and internships to the counselling of young technocrats in preparing for and pursuing an apt career, alumni have been a great help since time immemorial.The CSE society aims to fortify the alumni-students relationship and acknowledges their valuable contribution to the department and the institute.
Confluence – 2016, the Annual CSE Alumni meet was organized by the Computer Science and Engineering Society (CSES) of the Department of Computer Science & Engineering, ISM Dhanbad on 11 June 2016 at 7 Biryani’s Hotel, Bengaluru.
On behalf of the department, Dr. Chiranjeev Kumar (President of CSES & Head of CSE Department), Dr. Amgoth Tarachand (Faculty In-Charge of CSES & Assistant Professor of CSE Department) and about 35 undergraduate students of the department made their presence during the event.
One of the major objectives of the program was to strengthen the Alumni base of the Department and bring them under the umbrella of CSES, as the society firmly believes that the Alumni pay a significant contribution to the Department to fulfill its goals.

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Code Marathon 2.0

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The Computer Science and Engineering Society & CodeISM in association with B.Tech Class of 2007 bring you the biggest coding extravaganza of IIT(ISM), Code Marathon 2.0 starting from March 9, 2016.
Each of the contest is a standard type short contest of duration 3 hours to solve required problems. The rules are same as followed in ACM ICPC contests. To provide fair competition the contest is divided into 3 divisions. The first division is for the 3rd year / final year UG students/ PG students as well as for CSE alumni.
The second and third divisions are for 2nd and 1st year students respectively.
Goodies will be given to the Top 10 students of each division based on the cumulative rankings.

  • The contest consists of 4 contests of duration 3 hours.
  • Participation in all 4 contests is a must to grab prizes worth. By participation we mean atleast a single submission in each day of the contest.
  • The contest ranking will be based on ACM ICPC ranking system and no partial points will be provided for partially correct answer.
  • Unlike Code Marathon 1.0 , this time it will be open for CSE Alumni as well.
  • T-shirts for top 10 in each Div.
  • Only Students from Computer Science and Engineering, IIT (ISM) Dhanbad , whether past/present , are eligible for prizes.

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  • Div 1 (3,4, PG):
    I - 7500
    II - 4500
    III - 3000
    IV & V - 1500
  • Div 2 (2):
    I - 5000
    II - 3500
    III - 2500
    IV & V - 1000
  • Div 3 (I yr):
    I - 3000
    II - 1500
    III - 1000
    IV & V - 500
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Quiz Wiz 3.0

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Computer Science and Engineering Society conducted its quizzing event Quiz-Wiz3.0 for the tech savvy, and the event got better with time.
The prelims were exclusive to the first years consisting of 26 questions based on general technical knowledge from which top 4 students were selected for second round. Top three winners of the small quiz event conducted on social media were directly selected for the second round.
To improve the interaction among the students, it was mandatory for all teams in second round to have four members – one from each year. The second round consisted of 15 questions and top 5 teams were selected for mains round. The Mains round was further sub-divided into five sections, namely “Video Quiz Round”, “Who am I?”, “Name the company”, “Connect the Dots”, and a “General Round” where each round consisted of 10 questions.
The quiz was conducted by Aditya Kaushik, Soham Satyadharma, Dev Kothari,Sai Sumanth,Pranav Thombre, Yash Goel and Chinkal.
The Quiz ended with a fair share of excitement and a healthy competition. The teams displayed commendable competitive spirit, team-work and knowledge. It was a welcome distraction from the curriculum and certainly a learning experience.

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Team name Members Final Score 
Gangs of Wassepur 1. Nitin 2. Aditya Rajesh Badole 3. Aman Ranjan Thakur 4. Abhinav Goyal 135
Misfits 1. Anupam Wadhwa 2. Rishabh Thukral 3. Bhavisya Mathur 4. Ashish Mohan Verma 90
Knighthood 1. Aarush Juneja 2. Aadil Ahmed 3. Kirti Singh 4. Mohit Chawla 80
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Code Rush 2.0

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Coding and problem solving constitute the core of the Computer Science and Engineering industry.
Keeping this in mind, the CSE Society organised the second edition of Code Rush on August 14th,2015. Code Rush 2.0 was jointly organised by Rajesh Kumar Sinha, Raj Jha and Ashish Kumar from B.Tech Pre-Final Year.
Ther students were divided into three divisions: Division 1 for B.Tech Final Year, B.Tech prefinal Year, M.Techh and Reaearch Scholars, Division 2 for B.Tech 2nd Year and Division 3 for B.Tech 1st Year.
A total of 225 students participated across all divisions inn which Vamsi Krishna, Dev Kothari and Harmandeep Singh Kahlon emerged as winners. The winners were felicitated with a prize money of INR 2000.

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Confluence 2015

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An Interaction Programme (Confluence – 2015) with the Alumni of CSE, IIT (ISM) Dhanbad, was organized by the Computer Science and Engineering Society (CSES) of the Department of the Computer Science & Engineering, IIT (ISM) Dhanbad on 13 June 2015 at Officer’s Mess, Chief Engineer (Air Force), Palam, New Delhi. On behalf the department, Dr. Chiranjeev Kumar (Associate Professor & Head of the Department), Dr. Arup Kumar Pal (Assistant Professor) and 04 current students of B.Tech (CSE) have participated in this programme. One of the objectives of the program was to strengthen the Alumni base of the Department and bring them under the umbrella of CSE Society (CSES). The society firmly believes that the Alumni can contribute to the Department significantly to fulfill its ambitions.

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Code Marathon 1.0

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CodeMarathon was a competitive programming contest organised by the Computer Science and Engineering Society of Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines) , Dhanbad and CodeISM (the coding club of Department of Computer Science and Engineeing). The event was sponsored by Class of 2k6 of the department and Incresol with prizes worth more than Rs 75,000.

CodeMarathon consisted of a series of coding contests of duration 2.5 hours. The rules are same as followed in ACM ICPC contests. To provide fair competition the contest had been divided into 3 divisions: first division was for the 3rd year & final year UG students as well as for PG students. The second and third divisions were for 2nd and 1st year students respectively.

A cumulative ranking was calculated for each division based on the performance in each of the contests. Prizes and Goodies will be given to the Top 20 students of each division based on the cumulative rankings.

Rank DIV I DIV II DIV III
1. Majeed Siddiqui Vamsi Krishna Aditya Kaushik
2. Naman Taneja Srinivas Devaki Digvijay Singh
3. Prayank Mathur Rajesh Kumar Sinha Ankit Kumar
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Quiz Wiz 2.0

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The Computer Science and Engineering Society (CSES) organized a technical quiz – QUIZ Wiz v2.0 on the 13th of September, 2014. The Quiz was organized to test the general technical knowledge of the students and as a means to encourage students of different years to interact with each other.

The preliminary round was followed by mains having 5 rounds. Round 1 consisted of 15 questions & then next 4 rounds consisted of 5 questions each. The questions also included visual questions like logos, popular personalities and visual connects, among other general quiz questions. Also included in the Quiz was the ‘Simple Pounce’ rule. According to this rule any team could answer a question directed to another team if they didn’t wish to wait for the question to be passed to them in the general order. However, negative marks were awarded on incorrectly answering such a ‘pounced’ question. Any team could also bar the Quiz-master from providing any hints, by using the ‘Block’ option, even if the question was directed to another team. With a blend of interesting rules and a few tricky questions, the teams still managed to score well, with ‘The Misfits’ bagging the top position. The top three teams were as follows:

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Team name Members Final Score 
The Misfits 1. Rishabh Thukral 2. Bhavishya Mathur 3.Ashish Verma 4. Mohit Punjabi 135
Vanquishers 1. Aditya Pandey 2. Raj Roushan 3. Abhinav Goyal 4. Ashish Bahukhandi 90
Seinstein 1. Dev Kothari 2. Pratik Jain 3. Shubham Chauhan 4. Sourav Kothari 80
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Code Rush 1.0

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CodeRush was organized on 2nd of November, 2014 by Computer Science & Engineering Society. Anant Kumar and Nishant Raj (B.Tech, 2016) were the event organizers. The first and second year students competed in first group and the rest of the students inlcuding third final year UG, PG students and research scholars competed in another. The contest lasted for two and a half hours. Raj and Majeed Siddiqui stood first in Group 1 and Group 2 respectively.

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Udbhav 2015

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The Annual Day of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad, organised on August 29, 2015 at the Penman Auditorium, added another feather in the already embellished cap of the Department. Prof. D. C. Panigrahi, the honourable Director of the institute was the Chief Guest of the function, while Prof. Amares Chattopadhyay, the founding head of the department itself, was the Guest of Honour. Despite the audience being treated to popular Bollywood numbers before the arrival of the guests, the event, as always in this part of the world, formally began with the traditional lighting of the lamp by Prof. Panigrahi, Prof. Chattopadhyay, and the office bearers of the CSE society. The mesmerising invocation song by students of B. Tech first year followed.

The welcome address was delivered by Dr. Chiranjeev Kumar, the Head of the Department and the President of the society. Thanking the esteemed guests for attending the event despite their busy schedule, he extended his gratitude to all faculty members and students of the Department. Harping on the importance of alumni relations, he wished that Confluence, the alumni get together, will be organised in different cities every year. Moving on to competitive coding, he mentioned the various achievements of CSE students in this field. Calling BufferedReader, the third edition of which was launched later, „the identity of the department‟, he spoke about the international collaborations of the Department with the University of Tunis, Botho University in Botswana, Arkansas State University in USA, and University of Glasgow in UK. Stressing on the ever growing popularity of the course, he mentioned the branch changers, the rapidly improving placement scenario, the new, but refreshing trend of students opting for higher studies and the developing infrastructure. Lamenting the lack of funds, he concluded with the line “Challenges are what make life interesting; overcoming them is what makes life meaningful” which indeed radiated a source of energy within all the students assembled in the hall.

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Confluence 2014

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An Interaction Programme with the Alumni of CSE, IIT (ISM) Dhanbad, was organized by the Computer Science and Engineering Society (CSES) of the Department of the Computer Science & Engineering, IIT (ISM) Dhanbad on 14 June 2014 at Premier Inn Hotel, Bengaluru. On behalf the department, Dr. Chiranjeev Kumar (Associate Professor & Head of the Department), Mr. Tarachand Amgoth (Assistant Professor) and 42 students of VII B.Tech (CSE) who are pursuing their internship at Bengaluru have participated in this programme. One of the objectives of the program was to strengthen the Alumni base of the Department and bring them under the umbrella of CSE Society (CSES). The society also believes that the Alumni can contribute to the Department significantly to fulfill its ambitions.

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Quiz Wiz 1.0

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The Computer Science and Engineering Society (CSES) organized the first edition of its technical quiz, Quiz-Wiz on 4th April, 2014. The Quiz was organized to test the general technical knowledge of the students and as a means to encourage students of different years to interact with each other. Keeping this in mind, it was mandatory for all teams to have four members – one from each year.

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Team name Members Final Score 
Team Do Not Panic 1.Rajat Gupta
2.Abhinav Goyal
3.Yogendra Singh
4.Sakshi Gopal
135
Team Sparsh 1.Sparsh Choudhary
2.Sajid Hussain
3.Saurav Kothari
4.Aritra Gupta
90
The Misfits 1.Kriti Singh
2.Ashish Verma
3.Mohit Punjabi
4.Vishesh Srivastava
80
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Udbhav 2014

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On the eve of Annual Day of the Department of Computer Science & Engineering organized by the CSE Society (CSES) on 30 th August 2014 the audience of the penman auditorium enjoyed a spellbound evening coupled with music, drama, dance, Awards and many other performances. It was a motivating as well as recreating time for both of the students, faculty members and all other staffs as well. The erstwhile Penman Auditorium has witnessed this event with all present there. Prof. D. C. Panigrahi, Director, Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad was the Chief Guest of the function. The function begins formally with the melodious invocation song. Prof. D. C. Panigrahi along with the office bearers of CSE Society of the Department proceeded towards lightening the lamp amid anchors highlighting the significance of fire in our daily lives.

Dr. Chiranjeev Kumar, Head of the Department, CSE and President, CSES delivered the welcome address. He extended his words of gratitude to all the hardworking people dedicated to the progress of the department for the past 17 years of excellence. Taking the advantage of the occasion, he mentioned the tremendous amount of revolutionary changes took place in the department throughout these years. Some of them are: innovations related to teaching, launching of first volume of “BufferedReader - the departmental magazine”, other initiatives like ACM IIT(ISM) Student Chapter, CodeISM, etc. that are progressing at an astounding rate, as well as the hidden extracurricular talents of our own students and staff members. “If you want to leave footprints in the sands of time, don‟t drag your feet. Walk with determination and confidence. The footprints will automatically form.” the closing line of his speech had such an intense influence on the students that their eyes sparkled with motivation.