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Pride of Vidyalankar VIT alumnus at Germany Bayer Scholarship
The basic theme for this semester is to improve the result of our students. We plan to establish a study circle where the students of every class are taught by their peers. The basic idea of the study circle is – “You learn when you teach.” Teamwork is very essential in this case and it would be beneficial to one and all. The Bayer’s Scholarship rounds have been completed. We have MoUs in progress with various organizations, working how to maximize benefits. We are planning to launch a variety of certification courses for our students. Our internal internships have been successful. A lot of students have interned in Prof. Seema Shah several well-known companies. All students are encouraged to get involved in a committee of their choice. Principal (Acting), VIT Q. Can you brief us about the updates on the academic front?
IBM RSA Training Program Career Counseling
A new team of HoDs have been appointed based on our rotation policy. Academic advisors have been appointed for every 20 students to help them in filling their student diaries. Gadget Guru, technology reviews have been initiated on a weekly basis. We plan to conduct ‘beyond the syllabus’ activities such as IVs, guest lectures, webinars etc. VLive! is up to date with the lesson plans and test solutions with the VIOLA team in action.
Spotlight - L&T Infotech Pre-placement training Placement Updates From Cover to Cover
VIT generates University Toppers!
Vidyalankar Institute of Technology’s final year students have achieved the pinnacle of success by bagging top ranks at the University of Mumbai level in the May/June 2011 examinations. Anandita Deo Bio-Medical Engineering Bio-Medical Engineering Bio-Medical Engineering Bio-Medical Engineering Bio-Medical Engineering Electronics Engineering 1st 4th 5th 11th 15th 9th
Department Updates FE, EXTC
Nida Azam Mahesh Bhopatrao Smriti Vishwanath Shraddha Jathar Sneha Shekharan
VIT is proud of your spectacular achievement!
Department Updates ETRX, BIOM
VIT Principal wins Best Teacher Award
On the occasion of Teacher's Day, Prof. Seema Shah, VIT Principal (Acting), was felicitated with the Best Teacher Award for her outstanding contribution to teaching and research in Engineering by the Higher Education Forum. Higher Education Forum (HEF) is promoted as an advocacy online global community with more than 3,000 members. It is a group of representatives from higher education who have come together to help create an excellent world-class higher education system in India. This prestigious award added one more feather to her illustrious cap!
Department Updates CMPN, IT, MMS
Placement Success at VIT
Till date, in the current academic year, the following table gives an overview of the successful placements at VIT:
Infosys Technologies Ltd.
: 119 : 16
Shouldering Societal Responsibilities NSS, VSS
HCL Technologies Ltd. L&T Infotech Ltd.
Miles Before We Sleep
“Develop success from failures. Discouragement and failure are two of the surest stepping stones to success.” Dale Carnegie
Know an Alumnus
Pride of Vidyalankar
Vidyalankar Institute of Technology’s student Neil Dalvi (BE Computer Engineering I) has successfully landed placement at a highly reputable Japanese organization, ‘Works Applications Co. Ltd’ for an astronomical salary of Rs. 35 lakhs per annum! He is one among the (only) five students to be recruited from the University of Mumbai and will join duty at their Singapore/Japan office in October 2012. Way to go Neil! All of us at Vidyalankar are super proud of your achievement!
Heartiest congratulations to these VITians for getting the Bayer Scholarships:
who graduated from the Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering in 2010 has made the Institute proud by securing the second rank at the University of Mumbai level in his second semester ME(EXTC) exams. He’s currently a faculty in the same Department at our Vidyalankar Institute of Technology. “It all seems just like yesterday that I was listening with rapt attention to my professors...and here I am now, as a member of the faculty myself! My days as an undergraduate student at VIT breezed past like a dream come true. I still clearly remember my first day and first year in this college. I’ll always be grateful to Prof. Sonaali Borkar and Prof. Avila Naik for motivating me to realize my true potential right at the foundation level. As a member of the faculty, the tremendous opportunities that are present for selfimprovement make my job an important learning experience. It’s always nice to see the college grow better and better still in such a short span,” reminisces Amey. VIT wishes Amey all the very best in all his pursuits!
Ajay Kulkarni Rohan N. Dubal Vratika Jain Dhruv Ajay Rajendra
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The rigorous screening process was followed for short-listing and finalizing the four candidates from amongst the hundreds of applications received:
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Short-listing of resumes based on criteria Written test Group Discussion Personal Interview
VIT alumnus at Stuttgart, Germany
Jajnabalkya Guhathakurta, has been the Institute’s General Secretary in 2009 and he passed B.E. (Electronics) in First Class with Distinction with 74% marks. Currently he is in Stuttgart for pursuing M.Sc. (Technology) in Embedded Systems at the University of Stuttgart. His area of specialization is related to Embedded Systems applied to Automobile Industry. He has earned full Assistant-ship for his studies and he would be doing internship developing electronics controls for automobiles at Porsche and MercedesBenz!
When other students are trying at higher studies in US, Jajnabalkya chose a different career path close to the core and he is even learning German for that purpose.
VIT is proud of Jajan’s fantastic achievement and wishes him good luck in all his ventures!
Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other. Abraham Lincoln
IBM RSA Training Program
Somanath Thigale, Sr. Technical Evangelist in Zensoft Services Pvt. Ltd. conducted a comprehensive session on IBM RSA for Teaching and Administrative faculty from 18th – 21st July at the Computer Centre. The session was designed to train and make the faculty aware and knowledgeable about the IBM RSA. Interactive sessions, group discussions and active role plays kept the enthusiasm levels of the attendees high. The topics that were discussed were: The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers or IEEE is the world’s largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. It is an international non -profit, professional organization for the advancement of technology. It has the most members of any technical professional organization in the world, with more than 3,95,000 members in around 150 countries. The IEEE consists of 38 societies, organized around specialized technical fields, with more than 300 local organizations that hold regular meetings.
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Introduction of IBM Ce : The introduction was followed by a brief discussion on Rational, Tivoli, Lotus, DB2,Websphere. Introduction on IBM Requisite PRO : A product of IBM used for Analysis phase. Introduction to Design Phase of SDLC : Case study discussion to implement UML Introduction to RSA : IBM Product used for Design Phase Diagrams.
IEEE offers educational opportunities such as IEEE Expert Now Online Education Courses, the Education Partners Program, Standards in Education and Continuing Education Units (CEUs).
The IEEE provides learning opportunities within the engineering sciences, research, and technology. The goal of the IEEE education programs is to ensure the growth of skill and knowledge in the electricity-related technical professions and to foster individual commitment to continuing education among IEEE members, the engineering and scientific communities, and the general public.
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Hands on RSA : USE CASE Diagram ,Activity Diagram, Sequence Diagram, Collaboration Diagram, Class Diagram, State Chart Diagram. Introduction to Rational Robot Discussion on RUP Briefing on UCM
A presentation to TE Semester V EXTC students regarding career counseling after completion of BE course was held on 5 and 9 August in their respective classrooms. The objective of this activity was to generate options for career development.
IEEE Expert Now is a collection of online educational courses designed for self-paced learning. Education Partners, exclusive for IEEE members, offers on-line degree programs, certifications and courses at a 10% discount. The Standards in Education website explains what standards are and the importance of developing and using them. The site includes tutorial modules and case illustrations to introduce the history of standards, the basic terminology, their applications and impact on products, as well as news related to standards, book reviews and links to other sites that contain information on standards.
The students were provided awareness regarding their higher study options, their entrance exams.
This activity was coordinated by Prof. Vijay Purohit and Prof. Dattatray Bade.
About 55-58 students attended this activity and through this activity, they became aware of the careers to follow after BE.s
Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does. William James
Spotlight - L&T
Pre-Placement Training was conducted for BE INFT, CMPN I, CMPN II, ETRX, EXTC I EXTC II & BIOM students between 11-07-2011 and 23-07-2011. The training was held for all the branches simultaneously. The students were informed about the training before their sixth semester examination and the tentative schedule was also given to them. Final schedule for the training was uploaded on vidyalankarLive.com one week before the actual training. The students were clearly told about the contents of the training well in advance. The following activities were conducted during the pre placement training. 1. Mock Aptitude test 2. Mock HR interviews 3. Mock Technical interviews
Larsen & Toubro Infotech Ltd. (L&T Infotech), one of the fastest growing IT Services companies, is ranked 10th by NASSCOM among the top (Indian) software and services exporters from India in 2010. A wholly owned subsidiary of the $12 billion Larsen & Toubro, it was adjudged as India's Best Managed Company (as per the survey conducted by Business Standard in 2010)
4. Mock Group Discussion 5. HR talks by various companies. 6. Dale Carnegie Training
The following four companies visited VIT Campus to give HR talks: 1. Mr. Shanker , HR , Campus Lead, Thirdware Solutiond Limited. 2. Mr. Avinash Krishnamurthy, HR, Campus Lead, Tata Consultancy Limited 3. Ms. Priyasri Anil Kumar, Talent Management Group, HCL Technologies Limited 4. Mr. Raunaq Raje and Ms. Vineeta Nambiar, Infosys Technologies, Pune.
Originally founded as L&T Information Technology Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro Ltd (L&T), the company changed its name to L&T Infotech. In December 2006, L&T Infotech acquired GDA Technologies (a privately held electronic design firm based in California, USA) and all of its design centers in USA and India.
The placement process consisted of the following rounds: 1. 2. 3. Aptitude Test (Verbal, Quantitative, Logic & Programming Skills). Technical Round (a student should be well-prepared in all his subjects from Semester 1 to 6). Group Discussion (A student should not only actively participate, but also involve others.
Dale Carnegie Training sessions were conducted in two batches. I batch (from 18-07-2011 to 20-07-2011): For B E EXTC I, EXTC II, BIOM and second year MMS students II batch (from 21-07-2011 to 23-07-2011): For B E INFT, CMPN I, CMPN II and ETRX students.
Application Development, Application Maintenance & support Application outsourcing ,Architecture services, Business Intelligence/Data Warehousing, Business process services, Consulting, Enterprise Integration, Infrastructure management services, Integrated Engineering services, Legacy Modernization, Oracle services, Product lifecycle management, SAP( system application and product) services ,System integration services, Testing services
From Cover to Cover
Approximately 100 books were purchased in the month of August. The purchased books are for the MMS Dept. Total number of books till today is 19519
Reading Hall Reading room is renovated and there are two parts now 1.Reading room 2.Reference section
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Agility Dependability Innovation Integrity Teamwork
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You can read the books as well as refer in the reference section only. You can access IEEE from reference section as well as from Computer Centre. You can access wifi connectivity in laptops in reference section or in reading room. These facilities are available now. The Reading Room & the Reference Section are air conditioned and make studying there a pleasant experience.
Faith is taking the first step even when you don't see the whole staircase. Martin Luther
Funny words in the computer world!
There are some funny words in the computer world.
Department of First Year Engineering
First Year Induction Program
The FE Induction and Orientation Program was organized by the First Year Engineering Department on August 20 to welcome students who have gained admission to VIT. Held in seven venues for each of the seven branches, the event started off with a welcome address by the respective Class Teachers, the Principal’s address, followed by an interactive presentation on the Institutional policies, rules and regulations and general inputs necessary for First Year students. Second Year and Third year students, presented about VIOLA, shared their set of experiences at VIT and spoke about the plethora of opportunities for academic and personal growth that VIT provides. College bags along with notes were distributed to all first year students.
A brouter is a network bridge and a router combined in a single product. A glyph is a graphic symbol that provides the appearance or form for an alphabetic or numeric font. (“Glyph” is from a Greek word for “carving.”) A moof monster is a vague and indefinable source of trouble for users of information technology. A jughead is a tool used by researchers for searching information on gopher sites. Not gopher the squirrel but the old information retrieval system called Gopher, predecessor to the World Wide Web. A kludge (pronounced kloodzh) is an awkward or clumsy (but at least temporarily effective) solution to a programming or hardware design or implementation problem. A Flying Ice Cube is what lives inside computers of scientists trying to simulate molecules. At the office, a Boss Key is the key you hit to quickly hide something when you see your boss or uninvited coworker approaching. Sean Anderson, on the other hand, had numbers instead of words in mind when he suggested another name for Larry Page and Sergey Brin’s BackRub search engine (written in 1996 in the java and python computer languages). In 1997, Sean suggested googolplex, after the mathematical unit that refers to extremely large numbers, but Larry decided on the shortened form: googol. According to David Koller of the Stanford University, Sean misspelled the word as “google.” The rest is history of extremely large numbers.
A calculator workshop in association with ITSA was organized on 6th and 13th September 2011. Students from across all branches from First Year were familiarized with various functions of Casio ES and MS series, with the modes of both the calculators like Complex, Matrix, Base, Equations, etc. They were also taught the usage of the shift and alpha functions. Working on functions like trigonometric functions was also explained to the students. It was a very valuable and an informative workshop, where many functions were made clear and some new functions were introduced.
Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
1. 75 students of the Department were placed in various companies like Infosys, HCL, L&T, Tech Mahindra. GREENADD conducted cloud computing workshop for classes SE, TE and BE on 10-11 September 2011. It saw a terrific response. Our students Prashant Bhange, Mandar Raje, Gargi Ghurye, Gaurav Bhangle from TE-EXTC1 bagged 2nd prize in the Line Follower competition held at VESIT PRAXIS. SE, TE and BE Results were declared. Abhishekh Patil topped the SE class, Gaurang Naik topped the TE class and Rakesh Chavan topped in BE. Gadget Reviews were taken on topics like motion sensing technology-KINECT , MINI GLOBAL GPS system, QUAD DSO. EXTC Department joined in for the visit to the AUTOMATION EXPO held at BOMBAY EXHIBITION CENTRE, Goregaon on 22-23 September 2011. The events organized by ETSA during the semester included a presentation on Gadget Guru and Technical Workshop. ME EXTC had intake of 18 students this academic year. The second batch of ME-EXTC started this semester with an intake of 18 students.
(Sourced from www.didyouknow.org ) “Difficulties mastered are opportunities won.” Winston Churchill
Department of Electronics Engineering
VIT organized an industrial visit to CST Mumbai Railway Station – Central Railway on August 20,2011. The time Industrial Visit to Central Railway facility at the CST Embedded Hardware, communication and software enhance the student’s Mumbai railway station was planned with the intention of providing students with the exposure to the Real systems. Another objective was to
knowledge with regards to the electronics and Information Technology aspects that goes into the running of critical Railway operations as Passenger Indicators, Announcements and Signaling Systems.
The Computer Society of India is a non-profit professional meet to exchange views and information learn and share ideas. The wide spectrum of members is committed to the advancement of the theory and practice of Computer Engineering and Technology Systems. The mission of the CSI is to facilitate research, knowledge sharing, learning and career enhancement for all categories of IT professionals, while simultaneously inspiring and nurturing new entrants into the industry and helping them to integrate into the IT community. In the previous quarter, the following activities were conducted: Emerging IT Issues: Managing Risk, Compliance and Security in India – Virtual Seminar and Tradeshow
Visit to Automation Expo
Recently, a visit was conducted by our college students and ties to Bombay Exhibition Centre at Goregaon. It was an Exhibition where many manufacturer companies facul-
entire experience was beneficial as students came to know about the latest technologies, instruments and their working principle used in industries and their various applications eg. PLC, Sensors, Robot, Controllers etc. The interaction with various companies helped students to stand the work culture in companies. under-
Department of Biomedical Engineering
This time the Department has five University toppers in the final year. The overall result of final year is 92% pass percentage, with 40 distinctions.
Six virtual seminars were conducted: 1. Safeguarding of IT Assets with the Help of Frameworks and Standards: Mr. Deepak Ghaisas – Oracle, Former CEO of India Operations 2. Complying With IT Regulatory Requirements in India - A Consolidated View: Sundeep Nehra 3. ISACA Spotlight: Leveraging ISACA for Professional Dev. And Growth: Diane J. Nelson 4. Trust, Value and Cloud Computing: Marc Vael 5. Social Media: Risks vs. Rewards: Rob Stroud 6. CSI Spotlight: Skill Development and Research: MD Agrawal The previous quarter started with an ‘Advisory Panel Meet’. The Department invited Dr Someshwar, the Head of Radiology at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani hospital to give suggestions on how the Department can be improved. Dr Someshwar suggested the initiatiation of membership with MSRA & IRIA. Under the lab development activity faculties had visited the IIT Lab. Also many final year students are going for internship at various hospitals & companies.
A guest lectures was conducted on “Innovations in Imaging Technologies” for the students on 26th August 2011. We invited Dr. Ravi Ramakantan a Consulting Radiologist from Seven hills Hospital. He discussed the various aspects of working of various imaging modalities. A guest lecture was conducted by Mr. Sagar Apte on CATHLAB. The procedure of CT Angiography was explained very precisely. The concept of Fluoroscopy was explained. HEPA Filters, Lead Coats, Helium Boil Off , Ringing path concept were also explained. Two Gadget Guru sessions on "Transducers in Advanced Biomedical Instrumentation" & "JPEG" and "A GLANCE ON OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY" were conducted by Prof. Nandesh Chiplunkar and Priyanka Gaikwad (BMSA member). A visit to IIT Bombay was organized by the Lab Development Committee for the staff on 15th September 2011and the co-coordinator of this activity were Prof. Suvarna Udgire. to understand the various practices at IITB and to explore the various R&D/consultancy work which can be taken up in labs. Later a visit to Nanotechnology lab was organized.
“A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.” Albert Einstein
Parent Interaction Committee (PIC)
Department of Computer Engineering
The semester began with many students of the Department getting placed in reputed companies. Neil Dalvi from BE CMPN I got placed in Works Application.CSI and ACM organized a JOOMLA workshop on the 24 of September. Joomla is an award winning content management system.
CSI also conducted a Cloud Computing and Virtualization workshop on 10 &11 September A seminar on mobile application development on android platform was organized on 8 September. CESA conducted a seminar on Microsoft Tabletop on 10 August and a seminar on Mozilla Seabird concept phone on 14 September.
Department of Information Technology
Gadget Guru Seminar on Visual Studio and .NET by ITSA
The seminar furnished the students with optimum knowledge and also explained the applications of most of the basic functions which had relevance in their academic subjects. Around 70 students attended the seminar and Prof. Icchanshu Jaiswal was invited as the chief guest for this seminar.
Session on ‘Ways of effective communication with parents’ for faculty
ITSA delivered this seminar in a stipulated time slot and a light atmosphere was maintained throughout the entire workshop. We tried to include every possible detail in this seminar which would be helpful for them in their future. The topics covered were: .NET Framework, .NET Vision. VB.NET, Basics of Visual Studio, Visual Studio Application, Lifestyle Management, Language Specific Versions
Gadget Guru – Seminar by NPCI on Monetary Transactions using mobile phones was conducted
PIC organized a session on ‘Ways of effective communication with parents’ for faculty on Thursday 28/07/2011 in the conference hall. Prof. Beena Ballal was the activity coordinator .The speaker for the session was Prof. Kavita Pai Fondekar. It was attended by 14 members of the faculty. on 21 September 2011. The seminar furnished the students with optimum knowledge and also explained the applications of most of the basic functions of the product as well as its working and all details regarding the security of money.
Department of Management Studies
A guest lecture was organized on 14 September 2011 on TATA Glimpses for Sem I students. This was conducted by Mr. T R Doongaji - Dean, Business Excellence. The session gave students an overview of how to do business ethically and develop the community around. It aimed at making the students understand that business has a larger purpose than mere earning profits. Research Workshop by Dr. Bal Chansarkar: In order to ensure high quality research projects form students, a research workshop was organized for Sem III students by Dr. Bal Chansarkar who had been director of Middlesex University, London, U.K. and guides tPhD students. The highly interactive sessions had detailed deliberations, practicals and case studies, implementing Minitab software. The major outline of the workshop included the process of research, research design, qualitative and quantitative sampling, primary and secondary data collection, analysis and interpretation. Dr. Chansarkar shared valuable insights on how to zero in on a viable research topic, create a research proposal and areas which promise opportunities for research in business and management. Industrial Visit: All the specialization students from Sem III have gone for a local industrial visit. The details are as follows: HR – Hebbar Chemicals, Manufacturing Company Finance – BSE Operations – Hebbar Chemicals, Manufacturing Company Marketing – Retailers’ Association Meet at Goa. “The successful man always has a number of projects planned, to which he looks forward. Anyone of them could change the course of his life overnight.” -Mark Caine
The Principal Prof. Seema Shah spoke on the importance and need for effective communication with parents since all faculty need to have this skill while interacting with student’s parents.
The session started by introduction of all the participants since many participants were newly joined faculty.
The next part was the Role play in which two groups of participants was made. One group was asked to show a positive outlook about their ward’s bad performance and the other group was asked to show a negative outlook. After this each one was asked to comment on the outlooks of both the groups. Positive points about each groups was highlighted by Prof. Kavita.
TOI’s Teach India Campaign
Shouldering societal responsibilities: NSS & VSS Activities
LITERACY WEEK: The first event of the NSS committee was the celebration of ‘International Literacy Week’. It was a three day program wherein on 15 September Poetry and Poster competition on the theme of Literacy was held. On 16 September a game ‘Discover VIT, Discover Yourself’ was arranged where groups of 4 students could participate on the theme of Literacy. On 20 of September, a rally was organized in Sangam Nagar for Literacy awareness. The sole motive of the rally was to reach to the masses so that the message of education reaches every strata of the society. RRC ORIENTATION SEMINAR: RRC-Red Ribbon Club is a club which works on creating HIV/AIDS awareness. The orientation was aimed at making people understand the working of the RRC and to create a strong base of RRC members in order to pass on the valuable message of ‘Prevention is the only cure’ as far as HIV/AIDS is concerned. The senior NSS volunteers gave presentation regarding AIDS. RRC membership drive was organized for students who were genuinely interested to become a member of RRC and thus play a vital role in passing on important message regarding AIDS. The RRC club currently comprises around 200 members. Vidyalankar Service Scheme Along with the NSS (National Service Scheme) unit, VIT also has VSS ( Vidyalankar Service Scheme) unit which also does social work, the recent activity being CAMPUS CLEANING activity which the NSS and VSS unit had carried out in the college. This activity included VSS and NSS volunteers visiting the classrooms during the break and urging students to maintain hygiene since VIT is the second home for the students and studying in a clean environments is the right of every students and also every students responsibility. For this activity, the popular portal Vidyalankarlive was also used as a medium to spread the message of cleanliness throughout the college people.
They came, they learnt, they conquered. A group of 700-odd Mumbaikars, who were part of the first Teach India batch in the city, did just that. Recently a convocation ceremony was held for the batch of 120 volunteers and 786 students, or learners, for accomplishing their goal - learning to converse confidently in English. The Times Group launched Teach India as an initiative to teach spoken English to the underprivileged youth. British Council was brought on board to design the curriculum and train the volunteers and teachers. The curriculum was designed keeping in mind the present language levels of the target segment and the spoken English requirements of potential employers. "In a survey in Delhi, we found that there was a lot of potential in the students but their means of communicating the same were poor," said Rustom Mody from the British Council, who designed the curriculum.
Miles Before We Sleep
Roadmap for the next quarter from the Principal’s desk •
We are giving 100% focus to the semester exams and ways to improve upon the result. The study circle will be an important aspect of the next quarter. The toppers will help their peers and in this way the we can increase the success rate in the university exams. This year we had seven University toppers. Our goal would be to increase the number of toppers and reach greater heights. After all, there should be no limit on the number of toppers VIT produces! Students like Neil Dalvi and Arvind have brought us international fame. Students should strive to achieve what they have achieved, and make a name for themselves. The TEs and SEs will prepare a vision statement with the help of MMS mentors. Each MMS student will assist and mentor 5 TE and SE students. Their personal vision statement will guide their life, provide the direction necessary to guide the course of their days and the choices they make about their career. It is the light shining in the darkness toward which they will turn to, to find their way. Their personal vision statement will illuminate their way. To increase the involvement of students in research, we will promote new ideas and projects. Students should indulge in activities which will help them ‘stand out.’ Technical growth and hobby growth, both are necessary.
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The modules incorporate spoken communication and focus on learners' employability. (Excerpts from: http:// articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/201 1-10-09/ mumbai/30259916_1_volunteerslearners-batch)
We have 30 committees this year with their goals and scope revised, and activity calendars prepared. The activities have kicked off. The Student Council has been appointed and has sprung into action. Placement discussions are in full swing thanks to the NASSCOM directive. Infosys, HCL, L&T etc. have finished their placement rounds. An Alumni meeting was held which gave us positive inputs.We plan on increasing the number of placements in core companies.
Chief Editor: Arjun Sawhney (SE Computers 1) Prof. Meenakshi Nandula, Pribhat Singh Sharma (SE Computers 1)
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