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The Computer Society of India stands Numero Uno , as the first and the largest body of Computer professionals in India . Formed in March 1965, by a handful of Computer & IT professionals, today, the CSI spans over 66 chapters all over India with 381 student branches, and more than 60,000 members, including India’s stalwarts amongst the most famous IT industry leaders, brilliant scientists and dedicated academicians. The CSI has been instrumental in guiding the Indian IT industry down the right path during its formative years. The mission of the Computer Society India is to facilitate research, knowledge sharing, learning and career enhancement for all categories of IT professionals, while simultaneously inspiring and nurturing new entrants into the industry and helping them to integrate into the IT community. The Computer Society of India – VESIT Student Chapter, which is one of the most vibrant amongst all the student Chapters in Mumbai, is committed to the mission of creating technical awareness among students and providing them with a unique opportunity to learn various techniques in formulating IT strategy, helping them keep abreast of the latest technologies in various avenues. The activities conducted for the students associated with the Society include lecture meetings, seminars, conferences, training programs, workshops, paper presentation contests, programming events and practical visits to installations.

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THEME VIDEO

Because at CSI we believe that being self sufficient should be the ultimate goal of an individual and all it needs is a spark, a spark that we are willing to ignite in order for you to lead a life of your dreams.

EVENTS VIDEO

A look at the various events which saw a number of ebullient participants in our workshops and fun events where teams tried to out run, out smart and beat each other to claim the ultimate prize .

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Hating weekends because the stock market is closed is now a worry of the past. Prepare yourself for a barrage of information and making split second decisions to make or break your fortunes with CSI VESIT’s Virtual Stock Market. Stay tuned!

Pooja Bhatia
Ever dreamt of starting up your own company? If you think you have what it takes to tackle the hurdles of becoming an entrepreneur, you are at the right place. Ideas load the gun while instincts pull the trigger. Show us your skills and strategies by taking part in CSI VESIT's first mega event, BUSINESS QUIZ. Paper Eliminations will be held in your respective classrooms on September 26, 2016 at 12:25pm. Open for SE's, TE's and MCA. Think smart, deal smarter!

Pooja Bhatia
Python is becoming an increasingly versatile resource for programmers and developers in today's dynamic and demanding result-oriented software industry. Keeping pace with the times, in collaboration with IIT Bombay, CSI VESIT brings you the Python Workshop, for SEs, TEs and MCA, on 29th September 2016 at 2:45pm on fifth floor. So get yourself acquainted with this powerful and developer-friendly programming language whilst also receiving IIT Bombay certification.

Rohit Garg
Triumphant in the grueling challenges of the finals, three teams proved to be the undisputed champions by taking business to a whole new level. They traded smartly and made their deals. CSI VESIT is proud to announce the winners of its first mega event, BUSINESS QUIZ. Congratulations to all winners!

Jayesh Nagpal
The entrepreneur always searches for change, responds to it, and exploits it as an opportunity. Now the time has come to put your knowledge to test. Here are the successful businessmen who qualified for the finals of CSI VESIT's BUSINESS QUIZ. FINALISTS: S.E: Omkar and team (D6A) Pralaksh and team (D6B) Soumya and team(D6B) Kshitij and team (D7A) Nishant and team (D7A) Ritika and team (D7A) Anirudh and team (D7B) Rishabh and team (D7B) Yogita and team (D7B) Mayur and team (D7C) Nitesh and team (D7C) Sumit and team (D7C) Karan and team (D10) Mishall and team (D10) Vishal and team (D10) T.E: Murtaza and team (D11A) Pavan and team (D11A) Hrishikesh and team (D11B) Kaustubh and team (D11B) Divya and team (D12A) Padmaja and team (D12A) Aishwarya and team (D12B) Neeraj and team (D12B) Sashwin and team (D12B) Jyoti and team (D12C) Niket and team (D12C) Twinkle and team (D12C) Mahek and team (D14A) Nikhil and team (D14A) Anirudh and team (D14B) Om and team (D14B) Raj and team (D15) Saurabh and team (D15) Siddhesh and team (D15) MCA: Nikhil and team (MCA 1A) Parvez and team (MCA 1A) BACKUP TEAMS: S.E: Kaustubh and team (D6B) Madhura and team (D6B) Krutika and team (D7A) Shishir and team (D7A) Mitali and team (D7B) Pankaj and team (D7B) Ankit and team (D7C) Ashish and team (D7C) Abid and team (D10) Puja and team (D10) T.E: Shardul and team (D11A) Shivam and team (D11B) Ameya and team (D12A) Nikhil and team (D12B) Shivani and team (D12B) Yohanth and team (D12B) Ankit and team (D12C) Simran and team (D12C) Ajit and team (D14A) Aadarsh and team (D14B) Rajeev and team (D15) MCA: Sharan and team (MCA 1A) Vishakha and team (MCA 1A) The final round will be held in the amphitheatre (stage end) at 2.45 pm tomorrow.

Jayesh Nagpal
If building a user friendly interface application is your vision, then our workshop on 'JavaFX' is the right fit for you. JavaFX compromises of a set of graphics and media packages. Developers can now design, create, test, debug, and deploy rich client applications that operate consistently across diverse platforms. It features a vibrant and passionate developer community. So, for all interested coders, CSI VESIT's next workshop for SE's will be held on 26th September at 2:45 PM.

Rohit Garg
Where there is a successful business, there lies a courageous decision behind it. So prepare yourselves to enter the logical and intuitive world of corporate business and step into the shoes of corporate minds!

Jayesh Nagpal
Hello DSE students! Welcome to the exciting world of engineering. The next three years are brimming with opportunities and challenges for all of us. As such, we all require a platform to channel our energies to make the most of our time. This is where CSI VESIT steps in with every year filled with enriching workshops and memorable fun events. For those of you interested in working to help CSI reach new heights, we invite you to submit your SOP's for the posts of : 1. Jr. Operations Officer 2. Jr. Public Relations Officer 3. Jr. Technical Officer 4. Jr. Web Editor 5. Jr. Editor You can apply for multiple posts. In this case, you must list the posts in order of preference. Send your Statements of Purpose to editors.csi@gmail.com and please carry two copies of your SOPs along with two passport size photographs. Formals are compulsory. The format for the SOP is as follows: 1. Introduction 2. Why do you need CSI? 3. Why does CSI need you? 4. Academics 5. Achievements/Extra Curricular Activities. 6. Preference of Posts. We look forward to seeing you in the interviews on Monday at 2:45pm. For any queries contact Aditya Krishnan: +91 97692 15694 Pranay Mahaldar : +91 77159 30483 We wish you all the luck for the interviews!

Rohit Garg
We humans have evolved from merely surviving in the wild to pushing the boundaries of our understanding as to where we stand in the unknown realms of the cosmos. Man is exploring the frontiers of deep space, and today’s classical computers don’t even come close to processing the huge amount of data being generated from the infinite knowledge the universe throws at us. Quantum computing may well be our only hope to taking the next step in understanding our role in this infinite space-time. This and many more are some of the domains in which quantum computing offers unparalleled potential to make seemingly impossible breakthroughs. Meanwhile, the world watches with bated breath as one of the most elaborate social experiments goes down in the most powerful nation on the planet. Will a seemingly deranged businessman or a senator under FBI investigation be voted to assume the title of the most powerful individual in the world? The Trump vs Hillary presidential election will be a watershed moment for not just the USA, but the entire world. So delve deep and come up with your own findings in CSI VESIT’s Article Writing Competition this year. The best entries will be featured in the CSI magazine. Send in your entries to : editors.csi@gmail.com Word limit : 750 words Last date for submission : 25th September, 2016⁠⁠⁠⁠.

Pooja Bhatia
Coupling the best of human intuition and the cold, calculating efficiency of decrypting machines, they weathered the storm of ciphers and puzzles to emerge as the undisputed code crackers. Congratulations to all the winners.

Jayesh Nagpal
Tired of the same old newspaper crosswords? Itching to crack some new codes? So buckle up and prepare yourself for the logic bombs headed your way. Get ready to unleash your holmesian spirit with CSI VESIT’s CODEBREAKER, exclusively for TEs! The paper eliminations will be held in your respective classrooms at 12:25pm on 31st August and the finals will go down on 1st September at 2:45pm. When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth!

Rohit Garg
Happy Birthday Pranay!

Soham Mehta
When the going gets tough, the tough get going. The ones who surpassed the barrier to reach the CODEBREAKER finals are Murtuza and team (D11A) Rohan and team (D11A) Shardul and team(D11A) Shivam and team (D11B) Abhijit and team (D11B) Yash and team (D12A) Padmaja and team (D12A) Prashant and team (D12B) Harshal and team(D12C) Simran and team(D12C) Rahul and team(D14A) Deepak and team(D14A) Sanjay and team(D14C) Sairaj and team(D14C) Amey and team (D15) Juhi and team(D15) Saurabh and team (D15) Backup Teams: Hitesh and team(D11A) Aditya and team(D11B) Aarti and team(D12A) Pooja and team(D12B) Rushika and team (D12B) Ruhi and team (D14C) Aroosa and team (D14C) So finalists, prepare yourselves for even more intense ratiocination and break the unbreakable. The finals will be conducted in room no 117, 118 at 2:45 pm on 1st September.

Pooja Bhatia
After the thrilling response and breathtaking excitement of the finals, CSI VESIT is proud to announce the victors of HIDDEN CIPHER. Congratulations to all the ultimate challengers who broke the enigma!

Jayesh Nagpal
After the fury of the elimination round, only the best have made their way ahead by seeing through the cipher. The crypt-analysts who survived to make it to the finals of our very first event, HIDDEN CIPHER, are Harsha and team (D6A) Manali and team (D6B) Vipul and team(D6B) Ankit and team (D7C) Nishit and team (D7C) Vignesh and team(D7C) Hari and team (D8) Akshay and team (D9A) Nachiket and team (D9A) Sunmay and team (D7A) Anish and team(D7A) Sagar and team (D7A) Atharva and team (D7B) Hitesh and team (D7B) Rishab and team(D7B) Riya and team ( D10) Adheesh and team (D10) Karan and team (D10) BACKUP TEAMS are: Aakash and team (D6B) Piyush and team (D7C) Nishant and team (D9A) Siddhart and team (D7A) Mayank and team (D10) Saish and team (D10) Sumi and team (D7B) Tarun and team (D7B) The finals will be conducted in 117 and 118 at 2:45 pm on 30th August, 2016.

Pooja Bhatia
Greetings VESITians, The expert in anything was once a novice. CSI VESIT gives you this opportunity to be a beginner and to start learning from scratch! We are here with our very first workshop of the year - Wordpress. Have you ever thought of building your own social networking website? The good news is that, you don’t need to study various languages to become a coding expert and neither do you need to have any technical skills if you want to start your own social network. You can start a really cool one all on your own, just by using the fantastic CMS that is WordPress. With thousands of themes and plug-ins available on the web, you can launch a website that is rich in features within minutes. So be there on 29th August at 2.45pm to learn to build your own website without writing a single piece of code!

Rohit Garg
Done with SBC Meet at CSI will flash details with all CSI Team on Monday

Prashant Kanade
Welcome to a world of secrecy where everything will be disguised as a code. You will get a chance to pit your skills against your peers in a battle for cryptological dominance. For all the curious minds out there, CSI VESIT brings to you its very first event exclusively for SEs, The Hidden Cipher. The paper eliminations will be conducted in your classrooms on 29th August. The final round will be held on 30th August at 2:45 pm. Unleash the Turing within!

Pooja Bhatia
After gruelling interviews where we witnessed some really fantastic notabilities, CSI VESIT is delighted to announce its Junior Council for the year 2016-17. We have seen their potential to succeed, now it's time the world does as well! Congratulations!

Jayesh Nagpal
All S.E students who've applied for being a part of the society council please submit your society preferences to the G.S. (Ravjot Tuteja) before 2.45 pm on 26th August, Friday. On a piece of paper write down your name, class, contact number, the order of preference of the society (if you have applied for more than 1) Even if you have applied for one society only, the preference chit is mandatory. Without the preference chit, you will be out of the process of recruitments to the societies.

Ravjot Tuteja
If in case anyone has any queries regarding the council posts, please refer the description given below: 1) Jr. Operations Officer Are you good at planning and organising events? Can you think on your toes and handle stressful situations? The Operational Cell is all about coordination and management. If you are street smart and can make proper decisions at the blink of an eye, you are perfect to apply for this post! 2) Jr. Public Relations Officer “99% of the population is afraid of public speaking. And of the remaining 1%, 99% have nothing original to say.” If you consider yourself to be one of the remaining 0.01%, the Public Relations Cell is your true calling. As the face of CSI VESIT, you will have to exhibit exemplary confidence and creativity regarding announcements and event posters respectively. 3) Jr. Technical Officer An upper hand in technological knowledge and plenty of chops will do well, if you want to be a part of the Technical Cell. We conduct several workshops on popular tools and software; Our Technical cell is expected to be on the top of things, every time. 4) Jr. Web Editor Where you are right now will be your workplace for the next year. HTML, CSS and Javascript will be your faithful tools, doing as you direct them. A webmaster must be quick, efficient and crafty. If you can handle the responsibility of maintaining our site, you are welcome to apply. 5) Jr. Editor If words are your friends and books are your refuge, this is where you belong. We publish our own magazines at the end of every semester. You shall be responsible for making these and must be able to play with words to create magic. Image editing skills are an added advantage! You may also contact the Senior Council members, in case you have any further doubts.

Rohit Garg


Sneha Binani
Dear SEs, The interviews for the exalted Junior Council of CSI-VESIT will be commencing from the next week. If you think you have what it takes, send in your Statements of Purpose to editors.csi@gmail.com on or before 19th August 2016. The format for the same is as follows: 1. Introduction 2. Why do you need CSI? 3. Why does CSI need you? 4. Academics 5. Achievements/Extra Curricular Activities. 6. Preference of Posts. The posts offered are: 1. Junior Operational Officer 2. Junior Public Relations Officer 3. Junior Technical Officer 4. Junior Web Editor 5. Junior Editor Feel free to apply for multiple posts. In this case, you must list the posts in order of preference. Don't forget to bring two hard copies of your SOP along with two passport size photographs on the day of your interview and do come in formals. We look forward to an excellent turnout from you and working with you this year to make our events even bigger and better. If you have any queries regarding the SOPs, post on our FB group CSI-VESIT, or get in touch with any of our council members regarding post duties. Venue : Room 514,515 Date and Time : 20th August - 11 am onwards 22nd August - 3 pm onwards For details about the events and more, visit www.csivesit.org

Pooja Bhatia
CSI VESIT is proud to announce the heart of it's working body, the Senior Council! It was indeed an honor to see the excitement and enthusiasm shown by the TEs to form the Senior Council and to maintain and exceed CSI's standards for another academic year. Congratulations!

Susmita Patharkar
All T.E students who've applied for being a part of the society council please submit your preferences to the G.S. (Ravjot Tuteja) before 2.45 tomorrow i.e 9th August, Tuesday On a piece of paper write down your name, class, contact number, the order of preference of the society (if you have applied for more than 1) Even if you have applied for one society only, the preference chit is mandatory. Without the preference chit, you will be out of the process of recruitments to the societies.

Ravjot Tuteja

Membership Details

The ‘Computer Society of India’ is a professional body where computer professionals meet to exchange views and information, to learn and share ideas. The wide spectrum of members is committed to the advancement of the theory and practice of Computer Engineering and Technology Systems, Science and Engineering, Information Processing and related Arts and Sciences. CSI is the oldest and largest organization of IT professionals in India having 32,000 members and 63 chapters and more than 200 Students Branches across the country. Contact your class council members for more details.