(There may be some misinterpretation as some of our guys itself specified: the word “we” means, the students of CEC as a whole. There should be no doubt in that. There’s no case of misinterpretation or misunderstanding)
As we have asked Mr. K.J about the website, he has agreed to give us the space required free of charge. And we will only require to register the domain name. We are gonna register http://www.cecsummit.org for 3 years as well as http://www.cecsummit.com for one year. We are thinking of redirecting from the latter to the former and using the former as our official URL. All are request to pervade the former URL among wherever possible. We suppose, the site will be launched within 1 week. Toms, Jofin, ATM, Rahul etc are working on it for last few days and they are very professional in it. Hats off to them and SUMMIT 08 thanks them too. Special thanks to our beloved K.J.
Our G.C, Arjun’s friend Mr. Nithin Shah(he says it’s through an IEEE contact) has offered to provide us with a free SMS gateway(provided by “way2servers”) for SUMMIT 08. The procedure is as follows:
The students seeking registration for SUMMIT 08 for any event may send an sms SUMMIT08 to 562635 and then they will receive a message showing “Thank you for registering. One of our team members will contact you soon”. This will help, we believe, our registration procedure simpler and easier. All students of CEC are requested not to send messages now, as this is meant for the participants registering for events during SUMMIT.
From today onwards, we are thinking of including a set of selected questions which you would find interesting as well as challenging in an engineer’s view(the idea has been put forward by Mr. Renjith Antony of CEC First batch; thanks to him for the wholehearted support). We think it’ll be helpful for you for your campus interview also. Go through them and see how much you are upto. The answers to a particular day’s question will be published the very next day, and all are requested to try out the problems and write your answers as comment to the respective post.
Which of the following is the output of the C program module given below:
i=x(less than)y(less than)z;
D) None of the above
Find the solution to the following equation. (Here ‘^’ stands for ‘power raised to’)
(a^n)+(b^n)=(c^n), provided a,b,c,n are natural numbers and n>2?
The answers will be published tomorrow. Keep updated.