Tinker Hub is a non-profit organization that aims to promote and support innovation and creativity in education. Tinker Hub has institutional chapters that are established in educational institutions such as schools, colleges, and universities. The purpose of the institutional chapters is to provide a platform for students and faculty members to engage in innovative and creative activities, collaborate with industry experts and mentors, and enhance their skills and knowledge. The institutional chapters of Tinker Hub offer a range of activities such as hackathons, workshops, seminars, and competitions that are focused on different domains such as robotics, electronics, coding, and design thinking. The activities are designed to provide hands-on learning experiences and encourage students to explore new ideas and technologies. The institutional chapters of Tinker Hub also provide access to state- of-the-art facilities such as maker spaces, fabrication labs, and design studios. These facilities are equipped with advanced tools and equipment that allow students to turn their ideas into tangible prototypes and products. Apart from providing a platform for students to explore their creativity and innovation, the institutional chapters of Tinker Hub also promote entrepreneurship and encourage students to start their own ventures. The chapters offer mentorship, guidance, and support to students who are interested in starting their own businesses.Inauguration of TinkerHub MITS Campus Community was done by Mr.Ananthakrishnan, Operations lead at ClusterDev, GDG Cochin Organizer, Fellow of TinkerHub Community Managers on 18 Nov 2022.
|Ms. Parvathy E N
|Swathy S Kirshna
|Chirsto Kurian Tomy
|Vaishaksh S Nair
|Name of the Event
|College/State/National Level Event
|No. of Participants
|Code A Star
|Online Session on Git
|Introduction to No Code
Code A Star is a coding competition as part of the Winter-is-Coming event. Participants were given guidelines (given below) to be followed:
1. Write code using any programming language you prefer.
2. The completed code must be pushed to GitHub.
3. Teams of no more than 2 people are allowed.
4. Code that is plagiarized will be disqualified.
Participants were required to code and develop a star, submit the code as well as push the code to GitHub. The duration of the event was 2 weeks, after which a judging panel composed of Asst. Prof. Eldhose P Sim (Faculty in Charge), S. Abhijith (Campus Lead), and Sandra Skaria (Tech Lead). Winners were selected with respect to the following criteria:
1. Originality of the code
The winners of the event are given below:-
Team – Solo
Member(s) – Muhammad Mizhab
1.Team – Leo and Pisces
Member(s)- Swathi S and V.V Abhijith
2.Team – Lights On
Member(s)- Jegan Shibu and Hima Jyothish