Tejgaon College‘s Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) department proudly hosted an ICPC programming event on December 30th, 2021, that ignited a spirit of excellence and camaraderie among budding programmers. This prestigious event encompassed a range of engaging activities designed to challenge minds and cultivate innovation. The event kicked off with exhilarating coding competitions that tested participants’ problem-solving skills and algorithmic thinking. Teams from various colleges showcased their prowess as they tackled intricate programming challenges.
The event provided a platform for participants to engage in collaborative problem-solving sessions. Teams collaborated to brainstorm solutions and share insights, fostering a sense of teamwork and camaraderie.
As we reflect on the event’s success, the Tejgaon College CSE department remains committed to fostering a culture of lifelong learning, innovation, and technical excellence. Stay tuned for upcoming opportunities to sharpen your programming skills and collaborate with like-minded peers.
Our recently concluded Basic C Workshop was a resounding success, equipping participants with a solid foundation in C programming. Throughout the program, attendees delved into crucial topics such as data types, variables, control structures, functions, arrays, and pointers. The workshop’s hands-on approach, featuring interactive coding exercises and engaging discussions, facilitated a dynamic learning experience. Led by knowledgeable instructors, the program fostered a collaborative environment where participants actively contributed and sought guidance. As the workshop reached its conclusion, participants left with enhanced C programming skills and a newfound confidence to explore more advanced coding concepts in their future endeavors.
*Iftar Mahfil at Tejgaon College’s CSE Department*
The holy month of Ramadan is universally observed by Muslims across the globe, a month of reflection, discipline, and piety. It is during this month that the tradition of breaking one’s fast, or Iftar, holds a significant place in the hearts of believers. Communities, families, and institutions often come together to celebrate Iftar in a collective spirit of unity and gratitude. In this regard, the Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) Department of Tejgaon College recently organized its own Iftar Mahfil, a testament to the unity and harmony within this academic community.
The venue was the seminar hall of the department, which was beautifully adorned with lanterns and traditional Ramadan decor. The atmosphere was reverberating with excitement as students, faculty members, and administrative staff gathered together for the occasion.
The event began with a soulful recitation from the Holy Quran, setting a serene mood for the evening. This was followed by a few words of welcome from the Chairperson of the CSE Department. Their speech emphasized the importance of gratitude, unity, and the blessings of the holy month.
As the sun began to set, and the call to prayer echoed in the background, the attendees broke their fast with dates and water, following the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). This moment was a poignant reminder of the essence of Ramadan: solidarity, sacrifice, and gratitude.
Post-Iftar, a sumptuous spread awaited the attendees. From an assortment of fruits, traditional Bengali dishes, to delicious Biriyani and sweet dishes, it was a veritable feast. The food not only satiated physical hunger but also brought the attendees closer in shared joy and fellowship.
The Principal of Tejgaon College also graced the occasion with his presence. In his address to the attendees, he spoke about the essence of Ramadan, the teachings of Islam, and the significance of community bonding. His words were a reminder of the deep-rooted values that the festival signifies and the role of educational institutions in promoting unity and harmony.
As the event neared its conclusion, attendees lined up for the Maghrib prayers, offering their gratitude to the Almighty for the blessings received. The gathering then slowly dispersed, but not before promising to make this an annual tradition.
In conclusion, the Iftar Mahfil at Tejgaon College’s CSE Department was not just about breaking a fast. It was an event that reinforced the bonds between students and faculty, an occasion that underlined the significance of community, gratitude, and shared experiences. It was a reflection of the unity that thrives in the diverse world of academia and a reminder of the role institutions play in nurturing this unity.