Sunday, 10 November 2013

IBM TGMC-2013 – The Great Mind Challenge For B.TECH –SEM. V AND VII

·  AN OPPRTUNITY TO DO PROJECT ON Mobile Application development and participate in contest-IBMTGMC-2013.

·         The Great Mind Challenge 2013 is based exclusively on Mobility. The contest offers students of any AICTE approved engineering college, the chance to learn about Mobility from a repository of self-learning assets and provides them with the software tools free of cost to work on and build mobile applications under the able mentor ship of experts from IBM Software Labs and the software industry at large.

·         IBM would offer chance of internships across the country, to around 100 students based on their performance in the TGMC 2013.

·         The projects developed and submitted in TGMC can be considered as the Academic minor/major projects as applicable in the academic environment of the student and will thus offer the students, the twin benefit of submitting an academic project and the possibility of making it a ticket to a career in the software industry.

·         Our students of CSE 12 participated in the contest and reached 2nd round in stiff competition. They submitted the project as final Semester project and secured > 80% marks.

·         Details Notice with important resources ( Documents, white papers, FAQs, video links )

Is appended for your study and action

·         For Registration and Agenda of the event, please browse to -

Register at http://ibm.com/software/in/solutionsconnect/agenda

·         ALL STUDENTS TO STUDY THE SCENARIOS, FORM GROUPS AND REGISTER  LATEST BY 28 NOV’13.
IBM TGMC-2013 – The Great Mind Challenge

IBM is hosting a Mobile Application development contest. Mobility is high on demand & relevance in the business world, right here and right now.

Businesses, the world over are transforming themselves in a bid to achieving customer intimacy by hitting all the levers that technology offers today. Global surveys point to the fact that more than 80% of IT-investment for the 2-year period ending Dec-2014, will be in the “big-4” of technologies, namely Mobility, Analytics, Cloud and Social. But in contrast, the preparedness levels of organizations to deploy the same is just about 10% across the big4 and no more than 25% in any one of them, viewed in isolation. While this is a big challenge to the industry it is a huge opportunity for the academia.

IBM Academic Initiative is launching a series of contests to help students take advantage of this opportunity. The Great Mind Challenge 2013 is based exclusively on Mobility. The contest offers students of any AICTE approved engineering college, the chance to learn about Mobility from a repository of self-learning assets and provides them with the software tools free of cost to work on and build mobile applications under the able mentorship of experts from IBM Software Labs and the software industry at large.

IBM would offer chance of internships across the country, to around 100 students based on their performance in the TGMC 2013.

The projects developed and submitted in TGMC can be considered as the Academic minor/major projects as applicable in the academic environment of the student and will thus offer the students, the twin benefit of submitting an academic project and the possibility of making it a ticket to a career in the software industry.

Name of the contest:
The Great Mind Challenge 2013, ( TGMC13 ) www.ibmTGMC.com
Contest Theme:
Mobility Made Possible
Eligibility:
UG/PG engineering students of AICTE approved colleges
Period of Contest:
15Oct to 15 Jan
Technology:
Mobility
Enablement:
Self-learning with videos, RedBooks, WhitePapers, Articles & Webinars
Mentorship:
Mobility experts from IBM Labs and the software industry
Objective of the contest:
To develop a mobile application
Free Resources:
IBM Worklight & OpenSource tools for Mobile application development

The following annexure, is a comprehensive set of learning assets for self-learning that students can avail. It is needless to say that this form of self-help and action (project development thereof) is in line with the evolving, ‘learning-to-learn’ that is central and characteristic of today’s learning and preparation for a rewarding career.
Mobile page on the AI website
http://www-03.ibm.com/ibm/university/academic/pub/page/sen_mobile_development
 The mobility toolkit, Worklight, resources available for students to get started:

1.      Worklight Getting Started [Training Material] : Detailed tutorials, samples, extensive product documentation and link to free Worklight Developer Edition download,  to help you get started. More than 80 pdf files discussing the features of Worklight Studio, with sample application source-code
  http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/mobile/worklight/getting-started.html
2.       Getting Started with IBM Worklight  - A Redpaper:      
  http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/tips1009.html

3.     IBM Redbook - Extending Your Business to Mobile Devices with IBM Worklight
  http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg248117.html?Open

4.      Getting Started with you first Worklight Application
  http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/library/mo-aim1206-working-with-worklight-1/

5.       Worklight How-Tos [Various articles from Basic to Advanced category]:
  http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/mobile/worklight/learn.html

6.       Worklight Videos:
  http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/mobile/worklight/videos.html

7.       Worklight Application Center:
  http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/redp5005.html?Open

8.     IBM MobileFirst TechTalk series:
        https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/mobile/mobile-techtalks/recorded.html

9.     IBM MobileFirst website
        http://www.ibm.com/mobilefirst/

10.   Other useful resources:
  http://www-01.ibm.com/software/mobile-solutions/worklight/
  http://pic.dhe.ibm.com/infocenter/wrklight/v5r0m5/index.jsp

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