Inspired from “Digital India Program” launched on 1 July,2015 by Honorable PM of India Narendra Modi, a One Day National Seminar on Broadband Technology in ESDM sector : Indian perspectives was organized in Electronics and communication department of CTAE, MPUAT Udaipur. Chief Patron Dr. P.K. Dashora Honorable Vice Chancellor MPUAT Udaipur advised students of Electronics and Communication department to establish the knowledge of communication of ancient India. He focused on utilizing the electronics and communication  technologies to make the easy life of farmer. Senior director of DietY and Dgital India scheme Dr. B.M. Baveja discussed about the sectioned plans under Digital India programme. He also stated that up to 2017 approximately 100 thousand cr. rupees will be invested and near about 2.5 lac villages will be benefited by Broadband facilities. He also congratulated the project coordinator and head of department Dr. Sunil Joshi for running various projects on wireless broadband communication, which will beneficial for India.  Dr. Baveja insured that govt. will provide necessary grant for various research in agro-electronics field.

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Chief Technical adviser Prof. H.M. Gupta IIT Delhi express his concern over the lack of research in the field of IC designing, photonics and robotics in India. He emphasized to develop user friendly and reliable technique. Prof. Sandeep Sancheti, President of Manipal University stated that villages can be connected to broadband only through wireless means.

Broadband Technology in ESDM

Broadband Technology in ESDM

Broadband Technology in ESDM

Dr. B.P. Nandwana, Dean CTAE had elaborated the running agriculture projects in CTAE. Dr. Sunil Joshi, Head of department Electronics and Communication stated that India is one of the fastest growing markets of electronic products in the world. Till today, we are solely consumers of electronic products and do not have indigenous manufacturing. The growth in Electronic System Design and Manufacturing (ESDM) sector is expected to generate a real boom in core electronics sector by year 2020, through an anticipated FDI of Millions of Dollars in electronic manufacturing. The proceeding work conducted by Dr. Navneet Agarwal and vote of thanks was presented by Dr. P.C, Bapna.

Glittering Diwali With VIBGYOR'S Diwali camp

Glittering Diwali With VIBGYOR’S Diwali camp

Glittering Diwali With VIBGYOR'S Diwali camp
VIBGYOR (an activity club for kids), from the past two years has been organizing similar innovative and creative camps. This camp was organized under the leadership of Ms.Risha Galundia and Ms. Aditi Purohit.
Recently VIBGYOR  organized a five day (18 October to 22 October) Diwali Camp for children at Galundia Vihar, Bhuwana. The soul purpose of the camp was to unfirl the creative insight of the children and to imbibe in them cultural awareness.
Glittering Diwali With VIBGYOR'S Diwali camp
The five day camp had a schedule to make various traditional items i.e. Wooden Rangoli, Diya Pallete, decorating lamps and diyas etc. Kids were encouraged to use their ideas in order to complete their own unique Diwali Decor Set. Around 25 kids participated in the camp. They rejoiced the exciting festival camp experience.
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Inclusive India Forum 2014 at IIM Udaipur

Indian Institute of Management, Udaipur in association with the Harvard Business School Club of India successfully organized the first Inclusive India Forum 2014 at IIM Udaipur campus on 26th July, 2014.

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The event was attended by stalwarts from corporate and social sectors. Prominent delegates included 12 Harvard Business School Alumni, 23 Corporate Social Responsibility Heads from various companies and 44 Founders & Senior Functionaries from NGOs from across India. Inclusive India Forum is the first event of its kind organized in India, where different stakeholders from corporate organizations and NGOs shared one platform to discuss ways in which partnerships can be created in the development management space for the larger benefit of society.

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The event began with a welcome address by Prof. Janat Shah – Director, IIM Udaipur. Dr. Shah mentioned the need to focus on the development in the region. He specified the deep commitment of IIM Udaipur to work towards this agenda citing many initiatives like the Center for Development Management, partnerships with local corporates and NGOs like Hindustan Zinc, Secure Meters, Seva Mandir, Arth and Aajeevika Bureau among others. His speech concluded with the purpose of the event to devise an action plan through the collaboration and discussions with the delegates and to make dependable friends who will join IIMU in working towards the inclusive growth of India.
The keynote address for the event was delivered by Dr. Ganesh Natarajan, Vice Chairman & CEO, Zensar Technologies and Chairman of the 2000 member strong NASSCOM foundation. He talked about his initiative which aims at making at least one member of every Indian family digitally literate, so that the access to technology and the corresponding awareness can help them avail the development initiatives. He emphasized that the vision of HBS Club of India should be contributing in the field of social causes and not that of a mere business beneficiary body.
The participation of the delegates for the day began with first panel discussion on “The Corporate World on the Social Sector” which was moderated by Dr. Ganesh Natarajan. The panelists Prof. Janat Shah, Mr. S. Ravichandran – Cummins India, Ms. Neera Nundy – Dasra and Mr. Sanjaya Singhal – Secure Meters spoke largely on the topic and the audience participation brought in key pointers like lack of need-gap analysis of planning/scalability skills
in NGOs, absence of CSR initiatives taken by companies in non-industrialized regions of India, strategic alignment with corporate organizations and executional challenges of incorporating CSR values in corporations.
Second panel discussion on the theme “Development Management Sector in India: What works and what does not?” was moderated by Mr. Anshul Arora, CEO – Edvance Group and saw Mr. Aditya Nataraj – Piramal Foundation, Mr. Ajay Mehta – Seva Mandir, Ms. Rita Soni – NASSCOM, Mr. Anoop Kaul – Basix, Ms. Uma Ganesh and Mr. Jayant Sahastrabuddhe discussing on existing as well as future possible partnerships between civil society, NGOs and corporates. The challenges like experimental flexibility in schemes such as NREGA by the government, importance of knowledge creation and knowledge asymmetry were discussed. The common opinion which emerged was that educational institutions should focus on making social leaders, and bring about capacity and capabilities building along with partnering with local industries to work towards nation building. The message of ‘CSR as a fundamental duty of everyone’ was emphasized by the panel.
The panel discussions were followed with brainstorming sessions wherein delegates segregated into three focus groups to discuss on current and possible future initiatives in Livelihood, Healthcare and Education sectors. The mutual discussions between corporate, CSR representatives and social sector heads in common teams brought perspectives on formulating roadmaps to give directions for future collaboration on social projects. The implementation challenges at the grass root level and the deep understanding of the bottom of the pyramid brought in by the NGOs helped in developing of a complete functional roadmap.
The event saw enthusiastic response and the participants were enthralled with a cultural program in the evening with highlights of traditions of Rajasthan. The delegates also had interactions with the student community of IIMU and will partake a Heritage walk and NGO visit planned for 27th July, 2014.
Indian Institute of Management Udaipur strives to build a workforce of student managers imbibed with the beliefs of social responsibility, inclusiveness and the potential of collective growth, who can go on to create social and economic values for the society. This initiative
organized by Prayatna – The Social Responsibility Club of IIM Udaipur is a key milestone achieved in this direction.

विद्यार्थियों को मानव संसाधन व विकास मंत्री स्मृति जुबिन ईरानी की बधाई

स्थानीय सेक्टर-3 स्थित एम.डी.एस. सीनियर सैकेण्डरी स्कूल के विद्यार्थियों को मानव संसाधन एवं विकास मंत्री स्मृति जुबिन ईरानी ने कक्षा बारहवीं में वरीयता सूची में स्थान प्राप्त करने वाले विद्यार्थियों कुशल बाबेल (97.80ः), दिव्यांश आमेटा (95.4ः), पूजा आयलाने (94.6ः), शेफाल गौड़ (93.2ः), श्रेयांश हिंगड (92ः), निकिता पालीवाल (91.40ः), स्नेहिल विजय, तन्मय राणावत, रावप्रितेश्वर सिंह, अबजिनी मेहता व अलिशा हबीब को बधाई पत्र भेज कर उनके उज्जवल भविष्य की कामना की –

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स्मृति जुबिन ईरानी कहा कि सभी विद्यार्थियों की सफलता के पीछे उनका कठिन परिश्रम व दृढ निश्चय रहा है। जिसकी वजह से आज इन विद्यार्थियों ने अपने विद्यालय, अभिभावक और देश का नाम गौरान्वित किया है और उन्होनें कामना की कि इन विद्यार्थियों ने जो भी सपने देखे है वे सभी पूरे हो और अपने जीवन में सफलता प्राप्त करें।
एम डी एस में सभी 21 विद्यार्थिय¨ं का आई आई टी में चयन ह¨ने पर सम्मान समार¨ह आय¨जित किया गया जिसमें सभी विद्यार्थी व अध्यापक ढ¨ल पर जमकर नाचे व गुलाल लगाकर अपने हर्श का इजहार किया।
एम डी एस क¢ निदेषक डा. षैलेन्द्र स¨मानी ने सभी अध्यापक¨ं का, खासत©र पर रवी रंजन, उपेन्द्र सिंह, नितिन स¨हाने, जगदीष प्रसाद जैन, सुनील आमेटा व अन्य का माल्यार्पण कर उनका अभिनन्दन किया। इसी के साथ डाॅ. शैलेन्द्र सोमानी ने सभी विद्यार्थियों को बधाई पत्र भेंट किए एवं उनके उज्जवल भविष्य की कामना की।


IIT-JEE advanced results declared, Udaipur’s Chitraang Murdia is topper

Rajasthan’s Chitraang Murdia has topped the IIT-JEE (Advanced) – 2014 examination.
Chitraang, who is from the Delhi zone, scored 334 out of a total of 360 marks. Among the female candidates, Aditi from IIT Roorkee zone has topped the exam securing an all-India Rank of 7. There are five female candidates among the top 100 rankers. In all 27,151 candidates, out of 1,26,997 registered, have qualified the examination with 19,416 in common merit list — 6,000 in OBC (NCL), 4,400 SC and 1,250 ST merit lists.


A total of 243 candidates who are persons with disability (PWD) have qualified the examination. Srajan Garg has emerged as the Delhi topper. Candidates can check their results at Candidates need to enter their JEE (Advanced) 2014 roll number and date of birth on the website.

The exam was conducted on May 25, 2014 by seven zonal IITs. Nearly 1.19 lakh students appeared in the exam. Apart from IITs, admission to ISM Dhanbad is also based on this exam. Only the top 1.5 lakh rank holders of the JEE Mains examination are eligible to appear for the JEE Advanced examination. IIT and ISM aspirants can start filing their choice for a number of courses post declaration of the JEE Advanced results.

The process starts from June 20, 2014 (Friday) and will continue till June 24. Only candidates securing all-India ranks and securing above minimal position on the combined merit list will be eligible for the online seat choice filing process. Architecture aspirants having cleared theJEE Advanced exam will be required to attempt the Architecture Aptitude Test which will be conducted on June 26, 2014. In all there are 9,784 seats on offer across the 16 IITs and ISM Dhanbad.


Source : TOI