Qualified & prodigious speakers from various fields share their worthwhile experience and ideas. The talks range from inspiring to informative, providing much needed guidance to students for achieving success in this competitive world..
The two technical festivals, Techmate in the odd semester and Techknow in the even semester, comprise of a myriad of events technical as well as non-technical. With a humongous 3000+ attendees, they are no doubt the biggest fests organized amongst the various student committees of RAIT
Technical workshops on a variety of topics are conducted by CSI-RAIT regularly. A hands on approach is provided by the experts. After completion of the workshop every participant is awarded a certificate of excellence based upon his/her performance.
Be at the front of new technologies like Web and Android as you learn and teach others.
Write technical papers or get your hands dirty with various research projects. For thinkers, by thinkers.
Editorial Have a flair for writing? Join the editorial team to contribute to our blogs and magazines.
Provides you with an opportunity to build up your interpersonal skills as you keep adding members to the CSI.
Develop your communication skills by going to different colleges increasing awareness and participation for our events.
Learn to organize data efficiently and help maintain a record of participants of all the events.
Come, be a part of RAIT's largest technical committee.
CSI-RAIT is the RAIT student chapter of the Computer Society of India and is at present the biggest technical committee of RAIT with more than 400 active members. Fostering technology, inculcating ideas and inspiring innovation are the main the goals of CSI-RAIT.
Known all over Mumbai and Navi Mumbai for the host of innovative events, workshops and competitions held every year, CSI-RAIT also organizes two magnificent technical festivals every year viz. Techmate and Techknow. CSI-RAIT also releases two major annual publications –Technophilia, the newsletter, and Cozine, the magazine – along with an online magazine, Decrypt, whose presence is duly felt on the internet.