1. Computer Science and Information Technology Engineering (CSITE)
CSITE formerly known as Emerging Leaders in Information Technology Engineering (ELITE) is a student association run by students of IT for students of IT.
The main objective of the CSITE is to provide platform to students to explore their skills and knowledge through curricular and extra-curricular activities in the field of IT. CSITE is committed to the overall development of IT students by organizing various events like “INFOTSAV”, it is a university level event in which various technical and non-technical activities are conducted. In addition, through CSITE, we celebrate days like “Teachers Day” and “Engineers Day”. To welcome new students to IT, we organize “Fresher’s function” as well as to bid a farewell to final year B. Tech. students; we organize “Farewell function”.
2. Computer Society of India(CSI) Student Chapter RIT
Department of Information Technology has CSI Student Chapter. In association with Computer Society of India, Pune chapter, we at RIT regularly organize workshops, technical talks and events for the benefit of students.
Objective of CSI Student Chapter:
3. Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE)
The Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) is the leading National Professional non-profit making Society for the Technical Education System in our country with the motto of Career Development of Teachers and Personality Development of Students and overall development of our Technical Education System. At present, ISTE has a very large and an effective membership base consisting of more than 1,02,985 Life Members, 5,54,094 Student Members, 2410 Institutional Members (including IITs, NITs and other leading technical institutions), 1214 Faculty Chapters and 1322 Students’ Chapters and 17 Sections throughout the country.
It is a Professional Society giving over more than 70 National and Regional Awards to Institutions, Teachers and Students for innovation and excellence in various areas of Engineering and Technology. It runs ISTE-Srinivasa Ramanujan Mathematical Competitions, ISTE-SRM Short-Term Training Programmes and ISTE-PTU Faculty Development Programmes.
4. Android Club
RIT Android club started in Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar under Aakash Center of RIT in collaboration with IIT, Bombay. Students of Information Technology Department started this club in 2016. The objectives of this club are to create awareness about the modern Mobile App Development Technology i.e. Android among students and provide training on Android so that they can use Android Technology to solve problems. As per the Gartner Survey Q22018, Already Android occupies around 80% market shares in the world. Therefore, there is a huge scope in mobile application development using Android Technology. However, there is a need of development/improvement in different field of Android namely Android security, social problems, etc. In addition to this, one more advantage is that we have total 233 tablets with us given by IIT, Bombay under NMEICT project. We can make the best utilization of these tabs for our Android club.
5. AI-ML Club
The Department for Information Technology, recently formed the AI-ML Student club. The main goal of this club is to make the students excel in this area and establish the center of excellence in AL-ML.
Objectives of Club:
This club helps the students to