On September 01, 2023, a team of undergraduate students in their sixth semester from Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT) at Padmashree College embarked on a knowledge-sharing initiative at Shree Sindhdupuranagaun Seondary School located in Sindhupalchowk. This endeavor was a crucial component of their Graduate Progress Course (GPC). Their primary objective was to deliver an enlightening program focused on artificial intelligence (AI) and the internet of things (IoT).
To commence the program, the Padmashree College students initiated with a comprehensive introduction to both artificial intelligence (AI) and the internet of things (IoT). They elucidated the fundamental concepts of AI, its operational principles, and its diverse applications. Subsequently, they delved into the intricacies of IoT, a network comprising physical objects equipped with sensors and software for data collection and exchange. The students elaborated on how AI enables computers to emulate human learning and decision-making processes, and they elucidated how IoT facilitates remote control of everyday devices like thermostats and lights via the internet. The discussion expanded to include topics such as machine learning, natural language processing, and computer vision. Moreover, the team explored the manifold applications of AI and IoT across various domains, including healthcare, education, and transportation.
This knowledge-sharing program on AI and IoT yielded remarkable success. The Padmashree College students generously imparted their knowledge and expertise to the community school's students. Remarkably, the students displayed great enthusiasm in disseminating their insights, and the students at the receiving end were remarkably receptive. This collaborative effort significantly contributed to enhancing the community's understanding of these emerging technologies and nurtured a sense of togetherness among all participants.
The students from Padmashree College expressed their gratitude for the opportunity to share their knowledge and eagerly anticipate further engagements with community schools in the future.