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Student Orientation Programme 2009 ITM Campus ITM -- A Profile Governing Council Advisory Board MDU - Maharshi Dayanand University Autonomy Message From The Principal Who’s Who At ITM Facilities Accommodation Library & Resource Centre Training & Placement Department Sports Administration Miscellaneous Scholarships Discipline Cultural Activities Momentum Cerebration Spic Macay Concerts Crossroads Yukti (NGO) Publications Vector Tech Momentum Magazine Technical Societies CORPOVA SPACE CSI SEE ISTE IEEE SESI student chapter ISHRAE student chapter SAE student chapter 1 2 3 4 5 6 6 7 8 9 9 9 9 10 12 12 12 13 14 14 14 14 14 15 16 16 16 17 17 17 17 17 18 18 18 18 18
STUDENT ORIENTATION PROGRAMME 2009
The college journey of a student begins with the first step on campus. Becoming comfortable in the new environment is an important part of adjusting to college life and that is what orientation is all about. The orientation program is designed to assist the student with the transition to the academic and student life at ITM. The orientation Programme will help the student to : prepare themselves for academic life at ITM learn about various activities organized in the Institute become aware of the rules and regulations of the Institute become familiar with the traditions at ITM explore the campus and its resources make new friends Orientation is not merely an event .It is a process. It aims at addressing the concerns of students, answering their questions, directing them and helping them to become familiar with their new Institute and help them acclimatise with the new environment.
The orientation programme will be conducted on three days (July 15, 09 – July 17, 09) according to following groups B.E. B.E. B.E. B.E. B.E. B.E. B.E. (Mechanical) (Electronics & Communication) (Computer Science & Engineering) (Automobile Engineering) (Electronics & Instrumentation) (Information Technology) (Civil Engineering) July July July July July July July 15, 15, 16, 16, 16, 17, 17, 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009
SCHEDULE FOR THE ORIENTATION PROGRAMME
TIMING 8:45 A.M. 9:00 – 9:30 A.M. 9:30 – 10:30 A.M. 10:30 – 11:30 A.M. 11:30 – 11:45 A.M. 11:45 – 12:45 P.M. 12:45 P.M. onwards ACTIVITIES Welcome the students (Seminar Hall) Address by Principal, Vice-Principal, Dean-Academics (Seminar Hall) Introduction to the credit programme and autonomous scheme by Dean-Academics (Seminar Hall) Address by Chairman Disciplinary Committee, Registrar, TPO (Seminar Hall) Refreshments (Room – 031, 032, 033 Ground floor) Activities in various departments – Attendance, registration, HOD address, introduction to faculty members, course registration, grading system under Autonomous scheme, Academic Calendar of the Institute and the other information available on the website Campus Visit
The campus of the Institute is set in picturesque, lush green surroundings over 10 acres of fully developed institutional land at Huda, Sector 23-A, Gurgaon. The Institute is conveniently connected to New Delhi and its neighbouring towns and the I.G. International Airport, New Delhi is located at a distance of 16 kms from the Institute.
ITM – A picturesque view In keeping with the Institute's mission, the campus has been designed and constructed bearing in mind aesthetics and the environment. It has been planned to provide facilities commensurate with a 21st century Institute of higher learning, in an environment which enhances the learning process. The concept and design of the Institute has been provided by the Group for Rural and Urban planning, led by the nationally acclaimed architect, Mr. Romi Khosla.
ITM -- A PROFILE
Institute of Technology and Management, Gurgaon (ITM), a private autonomous institution was founded in 1996, to promote excellence in Technical and Management education by Educate India Society, registered under the Registration of Societies Act of 1860.
Founder members from Left to right Mr. Navdeep K. Dewan, Mr. Avdhesh Mishra, Mr. Vijay Daulet Singh, Mr. Vijay K. Makhija, Mr. Shiv Saran Mehra
The Institute was conceived in response to the acute deficiency of centers of higher learning in the country as also, the need to develop relevant human capital to meet the technology and management challenges of the 21st century. The founders had a clear and well defined mission - to build an unaided, self - financed institution committed to delivering education of internationally recognized standards, an institution that would go on to serve as an intellectual resource base in India and the subcontinent. "Our aim from the beginning has been to make this Institute the most eminent in the country, in order to draw to it the youth of every State" Committed to making a profound and lasting contribution to society, ITM recognizes no more exalted role than that of "Educated Citizens" - citizens with a powerful sense of fairness, a profound belief in democratic ideals and a willingness to celebrate talents of many kinds. For the founders, this goal is rich with meaning. ITM stands faithful to the vision of its founders - it seeks students and faculty who take seriously their commitment to their community and their World, who are aware, active and involved. Students who graduate from ITM are expected to understand the technological, environmental and ethical challenges they will face in a World of accelerating change. Recognizing that those challenges will transcend the traditional boundaries between disciplines and nations, ITM encourages education that is distinctively interdisciplinary and international. " Yatha Drishti, Thatha Srishti As the Vision, so the World " To meet the challenges of emerging trends in Science, Technology and Management in the liberalized, dynamic and market driven economic environment, the development of relevant professional manpower has become increasingly necessary. Accordingly, the primary goal of the Institute is: To provide rigorous high quality and relevant education in India, designed to meet national needs and international standards, so that, the student community would have an alternative to seeking such education in a foreign country, at a significantly lower cost. To develop well rounded and professional graduates with a breadth of knowledge and the capability for analytical thinking who are committed to excellence in their personal and professional endeavours and, who have the vision, courage and dedication to operate successfully in a dynamic, technology driven global environment. To establish close ties with the corporate community and academicians of national and international repute. This will act as a rich resource of advice and information and shall help in keeping the curriculum relevant to the needs of business. To facilitate life long learning. Continuous efforts are made to realize this goal by providing a unique learning environment in which, the faculty and the students, share the responsibility for learning. Institute of Technology and Management's commitment to totally merit based decisions in every aspect of its operations constitutes an integral part of this learning environment; from selection of faculty and staff, to admission and evaluation of students. All programs of the Institute adhere to this core philosophy.
AICTE Approved First Institute in Haryana to have courses Accredited by NBA & Re accredited on January 2008. First Institute in Haryana to obtain ISO 9000:2001 Certification Global ACADEMIC Alliances First institute in NCR featured twice in Outlook Survey (2007 & 2008) ranking 17th amongst top 35 private institute’s in India. First institute in NCR featured in C–Fore Mint Survey of top 50 private engineering Colleges published in Hindustan Times. Ranked 10th among top ten engineering Institutions in India and the only Institute to be included along with technical universities for this ranking by the Times of India Survey 2009. First institute to be granted ‘autonomous status’. Letter of intent for ‘private university’.
The Governing Council is the policy making body of the Institute (Autonomous Scheme). The principle functions of the Governing Council include setting broad guidelines for the Institute; to review its operations; to raise the necessary funds for the operation and maintenance of the Institute; to expand the activities of the Institute by establishing academic alliances with leading trend setting Institutes of Engineering and Management overseas. Furthermore, many board members, as representatives of the business community, form a crucial link between the Institute and the business world.
Governing Council Autonomous Scheme
MR. NAVDEEP K. DEWAN CHAIRMAN MR. SHIV SARAN MEHRA FOUNDER AND MEMBER MR. V. DAULET SINGH FOUNDER AND MEMBER PROF. SWARAN AHUJA PROFESSOR AT ITM, MEMBER PROF. SWADESH GUPTA AICTE NOMINEE, MEMBER M.D. UNIVERSITY NOMINEE AWAITED, MEMBER MR. VIJAY K. MAKHIJA FOUNDER AND MEMBER MR. AVDHESH MISHRA FOUNDER AND MEMBER PROF. M. S. SODHA PADAMASHRI EMINENT EDUCATIONIST, MEMBER PROF. RANJIT BISWAS PROFESSOR AT ITM,MEMBER MR.M.P.GUPTA GOVT.OF HARYANA NOMINEE, MEMBER PROF.B.C.Nakra PRINCIPAL - ITM MEMBER SECRETARY
An Institution where the relentless pursuit of excellence is a tradition is characterised by its world class faculty which is complimented by a distinguished Advisory Board comprising of leaders in Industry and Academics and, a committed Governing Body. The Institute is fortunate to draw upon the rich experience of its distinguished Advisory Board comprising Academicians, Captains of Industry and Technocrats.
Members of The Advisory Board:
PROF. MAHENDRA SINGH SODHA Padamshri CHAIRMAIN ADVISORY BOARD FORMER CHANCELLOR, BARKATULLA UNIVERSITY, BHOPAL, FORMER VICE - CHANCELLOR, INDORE AND LUCKNOW UNIVERSITIES, FORMER DIRECTOR, ITM, GURGAON. PROF. M. C. GUPTA VICE - CHANCELLOR, RAJIV GANDHI PRODYOGIKI VISHWAVIDAYALAYA, BHOPAL. MR. GAUTAM SONI SENIOR ADVISOR, ORACLE INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED. MR. SUBODH BHARGAVA CHAIRMAN, VSNL. MR. SATISH KAURA CHAIRMAN, SAMTEL COLOR LIMITED. DR. GAUTAM SEN PROFESSOR - LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE. PROF. S.K. JOSHI CHAIRMAN, BOARD OF GOVERNORS, INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, ROORKEE PROF. B.C.NAKRA PRINCIPAL - ITM The Advisory Board serves as an intellectual think tank to provide critical information and advice to the Governing Body. Their inputs help to shape and maintain the overall academic quality, curriculum development and spectrum of services.
MDU - Maharshi Dayanand University
Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU) is one of the four universities that form the corner stones of higher education in Haryana. It is situated at a distance of 70km Northwest of Delhi on the National Highway No. 10. It is spread over a sprawling 740 acre of land on the outskirts of the historic city of Rohtak. Named after the great social reformer and founder of Arya Samaj, MDU was established in 1976 as a residential University with the objective of promoting higher studies in the fields of environmental, ecological and life-sciences and inter-disciplinary education and research. But in 1978, the unitary and residential character of the University was changed when all colleges in then five districts of Haryana were affiliated to this University, thus, turning it into a teaching – cum – affiliating University. The University has, since its inception, grown to 27 Post-graduate Departments under 12 Faculties with more than 350 faculty members; one Post-Graduate Regional Centre at Rewari; one University College; one Directorate of Distance Education and one Computer Centre. The University has been, over the years, constantly improving the quality of education in the traditional areas of Arts, Commerce and pure Sciences. At the same time, it has kept pace with rapid changes taking place in the sphere of technical and professional education and has introduced a number of job-oriented courses. ITM is an Autonomous Institution of MDU where admissions are conducted as per the norms of Governing Council, ITM and approved by Haryana Government and MDU. ITM is Autonomous in designing its own curriculum and conducting examinations. MDU shall award the Degrees to the students of ITM as recommended by ITM. The name of ITM will be mentioned on the Degree. Hence, the Degree will be issued by MDU with the logo of ITM.
The concept of autonomy is a structural solution intended mainly to provide an enabling environment to improve and strengthen the teaching and learning process. UGC Guidelines (2003) on the scheme of autonomous colleges spelt out the objectives of autonomy as: to determine its own courses of study and syllabi; to prescribe rules of admission, subject to the reservation policy of the state government; to evolve methods of evaluation and to conduct examination; to achieve higher standards and greater creativity; to promote national integration; and to ensure accountability of the institution and its members.
MESSAGE FROM PRINCIPAL
Dear Friend, Welcome to the Institute of Technology and Management. I am delighted that you have joined ITM. ITM is a community of students and staff dedicated to bring out the best in all its members. We at ITM are committed to create a vibrant and stimulating environment to work with a high degree of professionalism. Our unique blend of high quality teaching and extra curricular activities makes ITM graduates much sought after by employers worldwide. Academic year 2009–10 will be the first year of ITM as an Autonomous Institute. Autonomy brings with it a degree of freedom to attain a high standard and quality in whatever we choose to do. At the same time it brings with it the need for a high degree of responsibility so that the freedom is used to attain greater heights to enable us challenges with confidence in the present day real world . In the fast changing scenario, one has to remain a student all one’s life in whatever profession we might take and hope this would be possible. The teaching at ITM has consistently been assessed excellent and commitment for excellence has allowed ITM to grow and attract students from all around the country. At ITM, you will discover new experiences, in a dynamic and above all, a supportive environment. Your horizons will be broadened, and you will discover the creative and liberating power of new ideas and insights. By studying in one of the faculties, you will acquire the personal skills and knowledge base that will equip you for your career and allow you to make the best of your own innate abilities. You will, I hope, discover the exhilaration of the intellectual life. I wish you the best of time and look forward to your maintaining the healthy traditions of ITM established over the years. I look forward to your co-operation in creating an atmosphere in which it is possible to attain excellence. Yours Sincerely. to face the tough
Prof. B.C.Nakra Principal
WHO’S WHO AT ITM
Chairman Member, Governing Council Member, Governing Council Member, Governing Council Member, Governing Council Principal Vice Principal, HOD (ECE & EI) Dean Academics, HOD (CSE & IT) HOD, Mech. Engg. HOD, Applied Sciences & Humanities HOD, Civil Engg. Registrar Deputy Registrar Administration Manager Assistant Admin. Officer Controller of Records Accounts Manager Systems Maintenance Engineer Security House Keeping Sports Instructor Hostel Incharge Warden – Girls Warden – Boys Reception
Mr. Navdeep K. Dewan Mr. V. Daulet Singh Mr. Avdhesh Mishra Mr. Shiv Saran Mehra Mr. Vijay K. Makhija Prof. B. C. Nakra Prof. Swaran Ahuja Prof. Ranjit Biswas Prof. Lajpat Rai Prof. Kalika Srivastava Prof. S. Krishnamurthy Brig. S. K. Sharma Mr. M.K. Vajpayee Mrs. Poonam Ahuja Mr. K.S.Ahlawat Mrs. Kiran Mrig Mrs. Kirti Singhal Mr. Deepak Satyarthi Mr. R.S.Sharma Mr. Safiuddin Mrs. Jhum Jhum Mr. Pawan Singh Raghav Mrs. Shrutimita Mehta Mrs. Ida Padmnabhan, Mrs. Leela Joseph Mr. J.P.Shivhare Ms. Sarita Panwar/ Ms. Chetna Sharma
The Institute provides high quality accommodation on sharing basis with clean and hygienic dining facilities. ITM hostels expose students to a variety of people, values and experiences. There is probably no other time in ones life when you will live, work and study with so many other people. Good accommodation can also be obtained at reasonable prices in the vicinity of the Institute.
LIBRARY & RESOURCE CENTRE
The Institute has a well stocked newly upgraded Library which is truly an Educational Resource Centre. It has around 3500 titles, with about 40,000 books. We subscribe to 140 Journals in various disciplines. The Library has a DELNET series facility (Developing Library Networks) where we can share and access resources of more than a 1000 Libraries in India. The student can visit the ITM Library website for details including new arrivals. There is an Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) system for accessing availability of Library resources including your account status round the clock. The student can also make online reservations for books. Students may mail their suggestions and recommendations to email@example.com The form for library membership is available with the library staff and the students shall be issued a library card when they submit the duly filled form to the library. Every student is issued a library card if and when he applies for it to the library in-charge. Every student shall have the facility of borrowing 4 books at a time for 14 days. The Institute also has a book bank facility whereby students can borrow 6 - 9 books for the complete semester and they may contact the librarian for this facility.
TRAINING & PLACEMENT DEPARTMENT
As a part of the efforts to develop and strengthen the relationship with the corporate world, ITM has delineated long-term strategy to place Under Graduate students in prestigious organizations. Ms. Bhumika Sharma, Head of the placement cell also keeps the students informed about potential job opportunities and provides them career guidance from time to time. Students are exposed to the actual work environment of various Industries through Industry-Institute Programmes and opportunity for hands-on training to the students (both in conventional as well as advanced techniques). A well organized placement cell is functioning in the Institution with a fulltime dedicated Placement Officer, who continuously monitors the employment potentials and arranges the campus interviews for the students. The Placement Officer maintains a consistent communication with the leading companies 'Nation wide' for placement of the students. The office keeps close liaison with various industrial establishments (both private and public sectors), which conduct campus interviews and select graduate and post-graduate students from all disciplines. The college organises in-campus and out-campus interviews for its students to get proper placement. The training and placement cell works in liaison with the Industry to assist students in summer training and in providing placement after their graduation. Every year it provides placement to more than 70% students in prestigious organizations and corporate. The cell also keeps in touch with the Industry by inviting personnel from the Industry for organizing aptitude tests, group discussions and sessions on guidance programmes on How to face interviews.
We entertain the companies requests for the details of passed out students for employment by maintaining a Strong Database of our Students those who have completed their degree. Job offers, dates of interviews, selection of candidates etc. are announced through their individual e-mails and the Placement Office Notice Board. The Placement Office serves to merely bridge the gap between a job -aspirant and a prospective employer. However, it helps students to plan their careers by providing information about the industries which approach the institute Some of the important companies which have recruited engineers from ITM through the Placement cell are: Accenture, Aspiring Minds, Birla Soft, Blue Star, Computer Sciences Corporation, Convergys IMG, Econ Systems, Elitmus, Ericsson, Global Agrisystem Pvt Ltd, HP, HCL Technologies, Hitachi Metglas, Honeywell Technologies, Huawei Telecom, IBM, I-Flex Solutions, Indian Air Force, Indian Navy, Infosys, J.B.M.Group, L n T E-solutions, L& T Infotech, Libsys Corporation, Mphasis, NEC HCL Systems Ltd., Newgen Software Technologies Ltd., NIIT Technologies, Persistent, Punj Lloyd, Samsung Engineering Pvt. Ltd., Sapient, Satyam Computers, SMS Demag, Sona Group, Syntel Inc., Tata Consultancy Services, Tech Mahindra, Wipro, Zensar etc. The goal is to help build a long – term relationship with leading organizations and not just provide placement to the students. The activities undertaken by the cell are : Arrangement for summer training projects Lectures by persons from the industry & other institutions Personality development programmes Placement of the students, Entrepreneurship awareness & development programmes Guidance to the students looking for entrance tests such as GATE, GRE and TOEFL Expert advice in order to counsel students willing to apply for higher education within the country and abroad.
facilities for Cricket, Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Lawn Tennis and Athletics are available. Our Cricket ground is well known in Gurgaon and we have Inter College Cricket Tournaments. Besides this we also have inter-college football, volleyball and basketball tournaments An interesting Sports Calendar awaits you starting from 10th August 2009 onwards. Athletics dates are 9 to 11 September 2009. Students interested in sports must enrol themselves in their respective Departmental Teams and also give their area of special interest to the Sports In charge Mr. Pawan Raghav at the earliest. Students having Sports/ athletic achievements must submit a copy of these details to him. Sports Calendar June 2009 to Dec 2009 (Odd Semester) S.No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Events Cricket Tournament ( Boys & Girls) Football Tournament (Boys & Girls) Volleyball Tournament (Boys & Girls) Basketball Tournament (Boys & Girls ) Lawn Tennis Tournament Athletics (Boys & Girls) Date 10 Aug to 28 Aug 1st Sep to 5th Sep 1st Sep to 5th Sep 3rd Sep to 10th Sep 25 Aug to 29 Aug September Venue Time
ITM provides a wealth of opportunities for sporting activities. Well developed
Tournament as per below Schedule:S.No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Indoor Game:Table Tennis Carom Chess (Boys & Girls) (Boys & Girls) (Boys & Girls) 20 Aug to 29 Aug 1st Sep to 5th 20 Aug to 29 Aug & Basket Athletics Event Shot Put Discus Throw Javelin Throw Long Jump Triple Jump High Jump 100 mt 200 mt 400 mt 800 mt 1200 mt 1500 mt 3000 mt 100 x4 relay 200 x4 relay 400 x4 relay Date
9th to 11th Sep
* Proposed dates for Inter College Tournament Football, Volley ball, Table Tennis ball Tournaments (Boys & Girls) 14 Sep to 15 Sep 2009
The members of the sports committee are: Chairman Coordinator Secretary Members Mr Prahlad Singh, Mr. Pawan Raghav Mr Pradeep Chauhan Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Mr Guru Pratap, Ms.Anjali Garg,Mr.Ezaz Ahmed , Mr.Ashwini Sharma, Ms.Jolly Shah, Mr Phool Singh, Ms.Jyotsna Singh,Mr.Debasis,Mr.Dinesh Sharma
CONTROLLER OF RECORDS
(Room No: 039)
Controlling/monitoring all records related to students of the Institute; viz; Registration, Student attendance, Admission process, details of fee/examination fee, Examination forms, maintenance of confidential record/documents, marks sheet, results and all other issues related to students are dealt by COR i.e. Controller of Records. For any student’s record, information or query, students have to contact the COR. CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS The Controller of Examinations / Deputy Registrar (Examinations) conducts, controls and monitors the examination systems very closely. The examinations are conducted very strictly with Zero Tolerance to use of unfair means during examinations.
ACCOUNTS A full fledged accounts branch looks after the receipt, refunds of fee of all types and all fund management.
(Room No: 015)
Students can approach Mr. K.S.Ahlawat, Assistant Admin.Officer in the Security Office for the following:Getting Haryana Roadways Bus passes, Railway and Air Concession forms. Should your ID card get lost you can request for a Performa for Duplicate ID card. For your Stationery requirements from the stationery shop, next to the Bank For opening of Bank Account in the Syndicate Bank, ITM branch. For Scholarship details do approach Ms Kiran Mrig/ Ms. Rekha Yadav in COR Office. Students can approach Mr.Safiuddin, Security Officer for any issues related to security.
ITM gets students of high academic calibre from various cross sections of society and an effort has been made to include a broad spectrum of economically and socially disadvantaged students under our scholarship schemes. This scheme is in pursuance of our commitment to help needy students and in accordance with the Hon’ble Supreme Court judgment / State Fee Committee decision for awarding scholarships to benefit DISADVANTAGED SECTIONS OF SOCIETY. For full details on eligibility for scholarships visit http://www.itmindia.edu/scholarship.htm
Zero Tolerance Policy – Ragging
Ragging, its abetment, eve-teasing and / or any kind of mental or physical harassment, either directly or indirectly, of any student(s) by whatsoever name called which may hurt the sensibilities or self esteem of a student(s), inside or outside the Institute and/or its hostel(s) / mess, cafeteria is strictly prohibited by law and as held by the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India in its order dated 08/05/2009 in the case titled " University of Kerala Vs Council, Principal's College Kerala & others" bearing CA No. 887/2009. Disorderly conduct whether by words spoken or written or by an act, which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness any other student(s), indulging in rowdy or indisciplined activities which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in a fresher or junior student(s) or asking the student(s) to do any act or perform something, which such student(s) will not do in the ordinary course and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame or embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of a fresher or a junior student shall constitute an act of ragging.
Besides police/legal action, a student found indulging in any such activity(s) shall be expelled from the Institute. In case of expulsion from the Institute, under such circumstances, the student's tuition, development and /or any other fee paid by him/her shall be forfeited. PARKING, ID CARDS & OTHER ISSUES
Identity Cards: –Students must carry their Institute I Card with them. I. Cards are checked at Main gate regularly. They must show their I card at Main Gate while entering the Institute or when asked for by any Staff member. A student found without the I. Card can be stopped from entering the campus. Parking of vehicles: - Parking of vehicles by students is permissible only at the designated parking area which is near the Institute. Students must not park their vehicles on road, footpath, residential area and streets around and adjacent the Institute. Students parking vehicles at unauthorized places can be fined and are liable for disciplinary action, Valuable Items/ Money: - Students are advised not to bring valuable/costly Items to the Institute. Mobiles, watches, ornaments, debit/ credit cards, money and college bags should not be kept unattended. Use of Colour during Holi & Crackers during Diwali:- Playing Holi in and around the Institute is strictly banned. Similarly bursting crackers in the Institute shall also be considered as an act of indiscipline. Strict disciplinary action will be taken if any student is found violating these rules. Disturbance: -Students are advised not to speak loudly while walking through the corridors so that the classes are not disturbed. Food & Drinks out-side the Canteen: - Taking Eatables/ Drinks in the class rooms, parking lot and playing grounds etc. is prohibited. Throwing used tea cups/ cans is banned.
Misbehaviour:- Misbehaviour of any kind with fellow students/ staff members & security guards shall be treated as an act of gross indiscipline. Association, active or passive, with any unlawful organization including holding and /or participating in demonstrations, inciting violence, displaying notices or circulating handbills in the Institute and/or its hostel (s)/mess is strictly prohibited. Smoking, consumption of alcohol, drugs or any other intoxicant by whatsoever name called within the Institute‘s premises and /or its hostel (s)/mess is strictly prohibited by law. Use of cellular/satellite telephones and/or pagers within the premises of the Institute is strictly prohibited.
SPIC MACAY CONCERTS .
The Institute is also a part of the internationally famous organization SPIC MACAY (Society for Promotion of Indian Music and Culture Amongst Youth) The ITM Chapter of SPICMACAY organizes musical concerts twice a year wherein students witness performances by renowned exponents of Indian Music (Vocal and Instrumental) and Dance. The students thereby get an opportunity to develop an awareness of Indian culture and heritage. Some of the artists, honoring us by their visit are:- Pandit Neeladri Kumar, Pandit Vishwa Mohan Bhatt, Pandit Salil Bhatt, Shri T.N. Krishnan, Shrimati Savita Devi, Pandit Panchakshri, Swami Mattigatti, Pandit Ronu Mazumdar, Pandit Hari Prasad Chaurasia etc.
The annual cultural technical and sports festival Momentum is held every year in the month of October. In the last few years the festival has earned the reputation of being a very lively and entertaining inter-college festival where we have a combination of highly professional performances by leading singers, cultural events, literary and technical competitions and a host of indoor and outdoor sports activities. It includes various events like Debates, Quiz programmes, extempore, Essay writing competitions, Dance competitions, Singing competitions, Fashion Show, Dramatics, Online programming, Face painting, Sudoku, Web designing, Mr. and Ms. Momentum, Mr. I.T.M., Collage making, Antakshiri and a host of other events. The winners are given certificates and mementoes for their achievements. The grand finale of the festival is a musical concert by the famous artists from the music world. Some of the artists who have performed during the festival in the past are Shibani kashyap, Mika, Mohit Chauhan, Tantrikz, Bally Sagoo, Palash Sen, Ashok Masti and many more. The festival witnesses overwhelming participation from both within the college and from other colleges like Amity, Delhi College of Engineering, Bhartiya Vidya Peeth, C.I.T.M, Surajmal Institute of Technology to name a few. . It clearly exemplifies the zeal of our students towards the non-traditional side of education as well. Our students are trained equally towards classroom coaching and on–stage cultural presentations. The participation is such activities helps the students develop their ability to organize such activities and lead an integrated life. They develop skills for effective oral and written communication.
The Institute also organizes a technical festival called ‘Cerebration’ in which students get an opportunity to participate in various technical events like Motor Boat Racing, Technical Paper Presentations, IT Symposiums Project Displays, LAN Gaming, De-bugging, On the Spot Programming etc. By participating in such technical events, the students get an opportunity to put into practice the technical knowledge they have acquired by spending four years in their engineering courses.
CROSSROADS is a society which is an amalgamation of Art, Culture, Literature and Spirituality, which are vital, as a source of continued multiple viewpoints and broadening mind’s horizons beyond mere technical know – how. The society organizes the Crossroad – ITM Fiesta’ a multiple bonanza clubbing up a myriad of events ranging from as creative as t-shirt and pot painting to substantial awareness in open panel debates. It also invited under privileged children for their recreation. There was also a food fest in between.
YUKTI (NGO) (Room No:106)
“Hands that heal are more pious than the hands that pray” We the YUKTI-a non-governmental organization brought to you by ITM, Gurgaon.We are about people coming from different walks of life, who believe in making life better for the negligent and the suffered ones regardless of caste, colour, religion or status. Service in any form is beautiful. To give encouragement and sympathy, to show interest, to banish fear, to build self-confidence and to awaken hopes in the hearts of underprivileged is the greatest service of them all. We cannot do great things but only small things differently and with a smile. ITM family believes in this philosophy and performs our duties with dedication, diligence and discipline. The organization has five cells: PRERNA: The education cell aims at providing education to all which includes basic computer education and vocational training. SUVIDHA: The health cell aims at organising health camps for poor and the needy at different places. JAGRITI: The awareness cell aims at spreading awareness among people through street plays, marathons, and walk-a-thons. KHUSHI: This cell aims at spreading happiness among suffered ones by organizing trips to amusement parks, museums and invitation to college fest. SAKSHAM: This cell aims at serving the needy anytime,anyday,24x7,either by being physically present or via a helpline no.
Besides the academic, literary and co-curricular activities organized at the institutional level, every department besides encouraging the formation of subject societies also publishes a biannual journals and Newsletters in which articles are contributed by the students, faculty, academia from the field and the research oriented technocrats in the industry. The publications of the different Departments of the Institute are: Vani (Department of Applied Sciences & Humanities) Voyager (Department of Computer Science and Instrumentation Engineering) Livewire (Department of Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering) Impulse (Department of Mechanical and Automobile Engineering) SPACE (Society in Pursuit of Advances in Civil Engineering) -News letter.
Vector Tech is a newsletter published biannually. It describes all activities pertaining to the infrastructural development of the Institute, the intellectual attainments of the faculty and the academic and cultural achievements of the students. Vector Tech also provides information regarding conferences, seminars and workshops organized by the different departments, varied academic activities conducted by the subject societies and co curricular activities, cultural fests and sports tournaments held during the academic session. It is also a forum for students to nurture their talent and share their views on application of technical knowledge.
MOMENTUM – THE MAGAZINE
The annual student magazine ‘Momentum’ is a forum to help develop the creative abilities of students and staff. It reflects the attitude, ambitions and dreams of the entire generation of college students through the articles it contains. It contains a host of literary articles, stories, poems, puzzles, jokes, cartoons etc. It also provides a host of thought provoking articles on the latest developments in the field of science along with some humour and mind boggling crosswords. The magazine also gives an overall view of the social-cultural interaction and inter-personal interaction amongst students, faculty and staff.
The Institute also has a number of societies functional at the Institute and Departmental level. The main objective of these societies is to develop abilities among students in the technical as well as non-technical fields. The Societies arrange many events and activities such as Educational tours, technical presentations, seminars, lecture series, Group discussion, Technical and Non-technical Quizzes, Debates, Essay writing, Brain teasers, Technical film shows etc. throughout the year.
The society CORPOVA is managed by the Economics & Management Section of the Department of Applied Sciences and Humanities. It was realized as a support system for the student’s need of acquiring management and economics knowledge besides the main technical course. The knowledge of managerial skills is required in every field of life. It is no more recognized as being a mere “add-on” or only a soft skill; rather it has become a necessity. The role of CORPOVA comes in the form of providing the students with that platform for gaining that knowledge and experience. It organizes various interdepartmental Quiz programmes, Group Discussions, Game shows, and guest lectures.
SPACE -THE CIVIL ENGINERING SOCIETY
The civil engineering Society, SPACE( Society in Pursuit of Advances in Civil Engineering ) was inaugurated on 27th November 2008.The purpose of this society is to expose our students, civil engineers-to-be, to the challenges of the profession. First News letter has been published This society will organize special lectures by experts from Industry and other institutions, National students’ symposium once a year, Industrial visits and Educational tours, Practical Training and Socially relevant projects for students, Technical quiz and competitions, Lively interaction between students and faculty members including social events at fostering a healthy relationship.
COMPUTER SOCIETY OF ITM (CSI)
The “Computer Society of India” is a professional body where computer professionals meet to exchange views and information in the area of computer science and IT and other relevant areas, to learn and share ideas. CSI is the oldest and largest organization of IT professionals in India having 25,000 members and 63 chapters and more than 200 Students Branches across the country exclusively focusing on the interest of the IT Professionals. Institute of Technology & Management, Gurgaon is a collegiate chapter of CSI..CSI organizes a number of interesting events from time to time during an academic session such as programming/ debugging contest; C, C++, MCQ Test; Presentation; GDs & debates; C, C++ classes; movie screening; LAN Gaming and so on.
SOCIETY OF ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS (SEE)
SEE has been formed under the aegis of the ECE and EI department at ITM. This body is actively involved in organizing workshops, seminars and various contests such as Technical Logo Competition, Video Show, Quiz, Essay-writing, Debate and Group Discussion encouraging vigorous student participation.
ISTE COLLEGIATE CHAPTER
Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) is a premier professional society since 1967 having more then 50,000 corporate and student members in India and abroad. ITM has its collegiate chapter comprising around 50 faculty members and more than 200 students. ISTE activities at ITM including holding technical quizzes, essay-writing competitions, seminars etc. regularly.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is the world’s leading professional association for advancement of technology. It consists of over 365,000 members including 68,000 students in over 150 countries. ITM is a part of the IEEE family, one of the 1430 student branches across the globe. The branch – ITM IEEE “FIRMWARE” holds technical conferences, symposia, meetings; publishes technical papers in electrical, electronics & computer engineering; and provides educational programs for members.
SESI STUDENT CHAPTER
The “Solar Energy Society of India” (SESI), established in 1976, and having its Secretariat at New Delhi, is the Indian Section of the International Solar Energy Society (ISES). Its interest covers all aspects of renewable energy. SESI has presently 2000 members. It has regional chapters located in Guwahati, Kolkata, Andhra Pradesh and local chapters in Pondicherry and Coimbatore. A Student Chapter has been opened at ITM in January, 2009 with 35 students.
ISHRAE STUDENT CHAPTER
“Indian Society of Heating Refrigeration And Air-conditioning Engineers” is the leading professional association for advancement of the science of Heating and Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineering and related sciences. ITM has a Student Chapter since December, 2008 with over 120 students.
SAE STUDENT CHAPTER
“Society of Automotive Engineers” (SAE) is a professional organization for mobility engineering professionals in the aerospace, automotive and commercial vehicle industries. The Society is a standards development organization for the engineering of powered vehicles of all kinds, including cars, trucks, boats, aircrafts and others. Initially the Society of Automobile Engineers started in 1905 and thereafter this Society renamed as Society for Automotive Engineers. ITM has a Student Chapter since 2006 with over 30 students.
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