This was one class I was looking forward to everyday. I used to manage to attend this class though I bunked the afternoon hours of the college.
The Objective-C Trishul program for the second year students came to an end on 29th September with the last session being the project presentation. Students were creative and gave their best with their own presentations. Mr. Neil Gogte, who judged the students, said, “The students were much better than what I had expected them to be. These programs are helping the students very well and it’s proven once again.”
While this was no doubt a positive response, the students definitely feel the hard work paid off. It took about two weeks for them to finish their work and they say that it wasn’t an easy task. “It was good working but it took a long time for us to remove a few errors and sometimes the whole program received a thread and we had to check the whole code again. “Said a student.
There were various projects like Sudoku game, Word scramble, an app for JNTU syllabus reference and one project explaining different controls of x-code, the platform software that they use to build apps. Out of eleven projects, three were chosen as the best projects based on the code and were announced iPads as the prize.
The prize winners are
- Divya from IT (The Flappy Bird game)
- Sai Surya from CSE ‘A’(To-do list)
- Suraj from CSE ‘A’(Electrify)
The other students were equally congratulated.
The students were sad to know that there won’t be Objective C from now. “This was one class I was looking forward to everyday. I used to manage to attend this class though I bunked the afternoon hours of the college.” says Sri Harsha, a student from CSE ‘A’. Mr. Umesh Gogte, who taught the students the language, said that he enjoyed these classes as much as the students did and he agreed with them that he’d miss the classes too.
All-in-all, it was a successful and happy ending to the programme.