We Believe in Building a Great Technical Community of Students


MUACM is an official computing student chapter of Medi-Caps University. We are not just an organization, we are a family of like-minded people, who intend to make a difference in the society. MUACM provides you a platform to explore, experience and contribute to the computing world, globally. It encourages you to pave the path of your career under the guidance of professionals. The chapter also organizes several events, seminars, learning forums, talks by distinguished speakers, field trips, contests, etc. It also gives an advantage to access all the services and activities organized by its parent organization ACM. To sum up, inception of MUACM creates a bridge between you and the computing world.

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About ACM

The ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) is a 75-year-old international scientific and industrial computing society. Through its many Special Interest Groups, the ACM fosters research and communication in a broad range of computing areas. The society has around 100,000, spread over 174 countries leading to interaction between diversified computing enthusiasts. ACM provides us with one of the most enriching digital libraries which consists of various research papers. This leads us to availability of critical content being easily accessible. ACM strengthens the computing profession's collective voice through strong leadership, promotion of the highest standards, and recognition of technical excellence. ACM leads us to the pathway following which, in the near future, world's biggest problems will be solved using computing.


Data-Driven Decision Science

Data-driven decision-making (DDDM) is defined as using facts, metrics, and data to guide strategic business decisions that align with your goals, objectives, and initiatives

The Speaker for the event was Dr. Bastin Robin, India's 20 Most Influential Conversational AI Leaders. Along with this, he is the Director of AI and Data Science.

February 12, 2022

Technical Tambola

The event focused on solving and answering technical questions from different domains like Competitive programing, AI, Blockchain, etc. It started with the students logging in to get their unique tickets as well as they were briefed about the rules of playing technical tambola. Throughout the event, questions were selected randomly by a bot on the channel and the answers had to be cut down.

August 29, 2021

Web Dev Bootcamp

The following topics were taught:

Day 1 - HTML
Day 2 - CSS
Day 3 - Bootstrap
Day 4 - JavaScript
Day 5 - JavaScript
Day 6 - ReactJS
Day 7 - ReactJS
Day 8 - ReactJS
Day 9 - Follow up / Doubt sessions
Day 10 - Git/GitHub
Day 11 - Career Guidance Session

July 22-31, 2021