keshav memorial institute of technology

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** B.TECH  II YR II SEM  & III YR II SEM SPECIAL SUPPLY EXAMINATIONS IN MAY-2022 FOR 2011 ADMITTED STUDENTS. You can view the NOTIFICATION here **KMIT is pleased to announce that it was classified as Promising by Atal Ranking of Institutions on Innovation Achievement (ARIIA). You can view the certificate here ** NBA has accredited CSE UG Program for 3 academic years 2021-22 to 2023-24. **B.Tech I year II Sem Sept/Oct 2021 Regular exam results are released. To check results Click Here  **KMIT  is proud to announce it's third college Keshav Memorial Engineering college @NGIT campus Uppal, CSE - 180, CSE AIML - 120 (EAMCET code KMEC) **Four project proposals by our students Nischal Singhi, Srinivas Yadav, Akash Konda, and P Sai Varshith were accepted by GSoC. Congratulations and best wishes to them. To know more

  **One Week Online Workshop on "Privacy and Cyber Security" from 31-01-2022 to 5-02-2022, in association with CSI. To know more click here  **KMIT  is proud to announce it's third college Keshav Memorial Engineering college @NGIT campus Uppal, CSE - 180, CSE AIML - 120 (EAMCET code KMEC) **Four project proposals by our students Nischal Singhi, Srinivas Yadav, Akash Konda, and P Sai Varshith were accepted by GSoC. Congratulations and best wishes to them. To know more

Tessellator

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Tessellator is KMIT’s learning management system. It is customized version of Moodle, an open source learning management system provided by Google. We at KMIT have customized it as per our needs and have been using it on multiple networks. It provides an option of 2 different modules. After each programming class, students are required to take a quiz which is a collection of multiple choice questions. Once they submit the quiz, they are presented with a form where they have guidelines to write code( program Eg: JAVA, C) pertaining to the class held. There are usually three programs given to the students as a part of the test. If the student is a slow learner, he/ she might be able to work on a single program. The fast learners may go to the 3rd program. Google’s platform Moodle by itself doesn’t have the code compilation technique but we at KMIT have extended its capabilities to suffice our needs and have added code compilation techniques for JAVA, C and few other programming languages.