In this event the students were given a chance to prove their technical knowledge on various programming platforms involves C, C++, Java, SQL, HTML,Python etc. the students have shown keen interest and have participated in huge number. The students have appeared on a multiple-choice question based paper on the topic of their choice in which they were asked certain questions on the technology that they have chosen. These questions will be evaluated and the toppers will be shortlisted for the second round of brain buster. The second round will constitute of rapid-fire final-round in which the shortlisted candidates will be asked questions very quickly and they have to answer the questions as fast as they can. The winner for the same shall be will be finally chosen from the shortlisted candidates.
This event was organized and coordinated by Department of computer science and engineering and its faculty members. Prof Sanjay Bansal, head of the Department had given immense motivation to the students to appear for the same and it is because of his efforts this event had turned up into a grand success. A total of 260 participants have contributed in appearing for the same and out of these 260 all the participants who will clear the minimum threshold value shall be playing the rapid fire round
Prof. Amit Khare from Department of computer science and engineering have coordinated the process in association with Prof Prashant Sharma, and have organized the entire event that are successfully given platform to all the students to prove their technical knowledge on various programming skill sets.
The event had been a part of technical Festival of Acropolis Institute of technology and research where Prof Nisha Rathi and Prof. Vandana Kate had been the coordinator for various technical events that are going to be hosted in the three-day technical Festival.