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Open Campus: Students Display Their Projects In Open Campus Program

3 September 2018

To enable to observe the Projects by the efforts of students and to promote about learning Environment, Teaching Methodology as well as related labs and researches of the university among students who passed the Matriculation examination, University of Information technology Organized Open Campus Program on Monday in Yangon.

University of Information Technology was established in 2012 with the aims to train and nurture the effective and well-qualified human resources for the development of ICT sector for the nation.

Union Minister for Education Dr. Myo Thein Gyi and Chief Minister of Yangon Region, U Phyo Min Thein attended the occasion and opened the Open Campus Program.

Rector, University of Information Technology, Dr. Saw Sanda Aye said “We have been organizing this open campus since 2015 so this is 4th time. We plan to organize this open campus annually because we want to show our students’ practical projects based on their subject years by years. Although all the students tried their best for this program, we chose the best projects for the audience due to the some limits of space.”

Over 80 projects included 37 Software Projects, 35 hardware Technology projects and other 8 projects that got national level award displayed at the program. Students also explained their projects and shared their feelings about the Open Campus Program.

Student, UIT Library Project, Zar Li Hnin said “Our Project is UIT Library system Project which the users can borrow books easily from our system without going to library. Our Project also offers manage and keep track of borrowed Books. We created this system to save cost and time for the students. I tried my best with my team.”

Student, Smart Gardening System Project, Wana Tun said “There are lots of farmers in our Country. Many farmers have to take many times to go to their farms from home to look after their farms. So we created this system to solve that problem. Our users can check the soil moisture, temperature and environment of the farm as well as understand easily the data of the farm via the mobile application.”

Student, Social Welfare System (ITSky) Project, Eaindra Soe Naing said “In our University, we have a charity group named ITSky and we computerized it. In our system, the users can plan and donate where they want to donate. Our students can register as member and others can register as external donors. We always create project annually.”

It is learnt that the prize of popularity will be awarded to 2 projects that will earn many votes.