Techno India NJR Institute of Technology, Udaipur is conducting a two day workshop titled “Writing Effective Conference Papers,” on 18th and 19th Feb 2012as a part of the series of ISTE-IITB workshops, sponsored by MHRD, Govt. of India, under the National Mission on Education through ICT (NMEICT). There are no Registration fees at all, and it is funded by MHRD. There was even the facility of On the Spot registration on the first day, i-e 18th February at the Remote Center.
“There has been immense response from the participants across the Rajasthan making Techno India NJR Institute of Technology, third highest remote center in the country among 35 remote centers. TINJR always promotes enhancement of Knowledge of faculty members and this is third type of workshop that we are organizing in this series. Workshop will target to enhance the quality of papers being produced at conferences.”
– Piyush Javeria, Workshop and Remote Center Coordinator
The first day of the Workshop was dedicated to introduction to general technical writing, alongwith the contours and details of a technical conference paper, writing styles, alongwith some practical exercises.
The workshop will continue today also, where the topics dealt will be focusing with plagiarism, avoiding it and instead paraphrasing the technical works, as well as advanced elements of writing style.
This workshop is likely to benefit faculty members and students in academic institutions who plan to write research papers for conferences. Experienced researchers as well as those in the initial stages of research, such as M.E. and Ph.D students, have been encouraged to participate in this workshop. Excluding the on the spot registrations, 150 participants including 20 Research scholars and M-Tech students have enrolled so far and TINJRIT is proudly, the only remote center in whole of Rajasthan for the workshop.
Chetan Bhagat – Most famous novel writer and motivational speaker among the Youth of India 😀 Author of – Five Point Someone , One Night @ the Call Center , The 3 Mistakes of My Life, 2 States, Revolution 2020 is a graduate from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi and IIM Ahmedabad. Chetan is a youth icon and also holds record for being “the biggest selling English language novelist in India’s history” (NYTIMES). He is also one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World according to TIME Magazine.
His stellar education and diverse professional background makes him the ideal person to share his thoughts and experiences on topics such as Passion, Leadership, Team Building, Values, Motivation, Achieving Goals etc. If you are one of the motivated souls, you will be happy to know that this great author will be addressing youth of Udaipur on 1st Oct 2011 at Bhandari Darshak Mandap, Gandhi ground.
Date: 1 October, 2011
Time: 5 p.m.
Venue: Bhandari Darshak Mandap, Gandhi Ground
(Entry is Strictly Through Passes)
For Passes and other details you can contact: 9672872968, 9672870163, 9672844382
Two renowned scholars, Dr. Shrikrishna Jugnu, and Dr. Mahendra Bhanawat from Udaipur are now the members of the curriculum committee of National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS), a Government body.
NIOS is currently preparing a curriculum for study on folklores, folk art, etc at both school and university level nationwide. According to Mr. Kuldeep Agrawal, Director, NIOS, different folk arts, styles and literatures from western India will also be emphasized in the new syllabi. For the same reason, a conference of the committee will be held at Advent Institute, Udaipur on 28th – 29th May.
A series of session were held in last 5 days which acknowledged students to all those areas of technology which were jargons to them.
The session began with an INTRODUCTION TO FUMDAMENTALS OF RF CIRCUITS AND DESIGNS, which was delivered by Dr. MITHILESH KUMAR, associate Prof., RTU Kota. Various areas such as microwave devices, RF applications, technology trends of wireless communications, etc were explained in detail by him.
In series to it a lecture on FUMDAMENTALS OF NETWORK ANALYSIS was also given by him. Since he involved a number of numerical during the session hence it widened the approach towards network analysis. A last session on FILTER DESIGN lead to end of the first day of the workshop.
After the first day session INAUGRAL FUNCTION FOR IEEE student chapter was held and cultural event was being organized for one of our special guest Prof. Sorel Reisman, President IEEE COMPUTER SOCEITY, USA and many more eminent dignitaries, where the IEEE chapter was declared open.
The second day commenced with the lecture on THEORY AND PROCESS ON MICRO STRIP COMPONENTS AND DESIGN by Dr. Madhur Deo Upadhyay, research scholar, at CARE IIT DELHI.
A practical session on puff and serenade at Madhuban City centre was held under the guidance of S.P.CHKARBORTY.Another part began on 25th April- Monday, which included the introduction to MEMS (Micro Electro Mechanical System) and COMSOL. Simultaneously practical sessions were held.
Under the guidance of Mr. Jitendra Singh Rathore, Rwitjeet Majumdar (faculty : mechanical department BITS PILANI), Rahul Ramchamdran ,Research Scholar, BITS, Pilani, and Deepak Krisnamurty, student NNMDC, BITS Pilani, the students studied the stimulation of a bus bar. The last day session included many more practical examples on the same.
The session signed off with the valedictory function where the dignitaries from BITS PILANI addressed the students and distribution of Certificates was also held up. The event marked an edge and understanding to new technologies as a carrier prospect. With the hard work of all, the event was a great success.
The Technical sessions were held on schedule from 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. where the invited speaker Dr. Sunil Joshi from MPUAT, Udaipur discussed about the future research issues and challenges in the field of wireless broadband. He said that there is a great gap between the broadband standards of USA, Japan, and the standards of India. In India the speed above 256 Kbps is treated as broadband whereas in USA 100Mbps standard is treated as the broadband. The reason being that we are highly dependent on the wired technologies and networks.
He discussed various wired to wireless issues, and alternatives for the present scenario, and presented designs to expect a bandwidth of 1Gbps.
The valedictory session was held from 1:00 p.m. in the AVP Hall. The closing ceremony witnessed the presence of Chief Guest Prof. S.S. Chahal (Vice Chancellor MPUAT), Presiding Guest Prof. Sorel Reisman (President IEEE Computer Society USA), Guest of honor Mr. Sanjay Singhal (Group CEO, Secure Meters), Dr. Dharm Singh (Organizing Secretary and HOD Computer Science, CTAE), Er. R.S. Vyas (Director, Techno India NJR Institute of Technology), Dr. R.C. Purohit (Dean, CTAE), Dr. S.S. Rathore (Chairman, Udaipur local centre, IE (I)), Dr. Y.C. Bhatt (honorary secretary, IE(I)).
The welcome address was given by Dr. S.S. Rathore where he welcomed all the delegates and praised the spirit of organizing committee for organizing such a great event. Dr. DharmSingh gave the report and recommendation of the international conference. He told that during the 3 days and 17 technical sessions of the conference, about 517 entries were received, out of which 157 research papers were presented, and about 135 papers were accepted and sent to the IEEE digital library.
Er. Rakesh Sehgal, the director of department of Cyber Security from CDAC, Mohali expressed his kind gratitude and presented a few words of appreciation for the ETNCC. Er. R.S. Vyas expressed his dream of establishing Udaipur as the leading quality education hub. He said that the IEEE-CS students’ chapter was inaugurated in Techno India NJR on 22nd April at Udaipur, with registration of 80+ members. He re-declared his commitment to keep running more such programs and events in the near future.
Dr. R.C. Purohit welcomed all the delegates and participants. He said that taking MPUAT to the international scenario was not at all possible without the eminent guidance of Dr. Chahal. He also praised Er. R.S. Vyas, saying that his 3 years of efforts in Udaipur was greatly comparable to over 25 years of Mr. Purohit’s works.
Mr. Sanjay Singhal presented his views about the role of engineers as the key element in every society. He said that people have huge misconceptions about risks from any cause. Only an engineer is taught to and knows about all risks in his sphere of works. It is thus, an engineer’s duty to engage himself in analyzing the risks and conveying it to the society. He also said that the media is an important platform, and must not put all sort of nonsense to misguide people.
Prof. Sorel Reisman appreciated the conference, saying that the selection of more than 100 papers for the IEEE library shows that quality of the papers presented here were unquestionable. He said that India is a leading software producer in the world, and will soon come up as a leading technology exporter in the world. He was greatly impressed by the rich culture of Udaipur, the traditional food, visit to lakes and the Ranakpur temple. He said that this is not the end. Soon he will be holding online webinars with IEEE Udaipur students in the coming times.
Dr. S.S. Chahal said that computers in all forms have become an indispensable part of life. He also said that 70-75% of the population in India comes from villages. Therefore the modern technologies must also penetrate to the rural masses. Vote of thanks was given by Dr. Y.C. Bhatt.
Few glimpses of such a great brainstorming event are given below.
The International Conference on emerging trends in networks and computer communications (ETNCC-2011) started on 22nd April 2011. The chief guest Prof. Sorel Reisman, President IEEE (USA) inaugurated the conference and in his keynote speech he emphasized on commercial usability of modern communication systems, discussed the establishment and needs for setting up of cloud computing standards. He also discussed the role and the activities of the IEEE Computer Society USA., and wished for connecting more and more emerging scientists and students with this network so that the public can be more and more benefited from it.
Er. G. Prabhakar, President, Institution of Engineers (India) (IEI) Kolkata discussed about the development made by the communication and mobile networks in past few decades. He said that to benefit the tribal section of south Rajasthan area, AMIE examination will soon be started in Udaipur.
Dr. V.R. Singh discussed the importance of such conferences and meetings, and encouraged the establishment of industries, and hence entrepreneurship instead of finding jobs, but to provide jobs to the young engineers. On the first day of conference, about 36 research papers were presented on various topics such as VLSI technology, Security Systems, wireless transmission media, etc. The conference will continue on 23rd and 24th April 2011 too.
Here are a few glimpses of the event that happened today. For the entire time table, click here
ETNCC-2011 will target a wide spectrum of the state-of-the-art as well as emerging topics pertaining to wired and wireless networks, communications and computing.
The Organizing secretary Mr. Dharm Singh informed that the conference is anticipated to attract a large number of high quality submissions and stimulate the cutting edge research discussions among many academic pioneering researchers, scientists, industrial engineers, students from all around the world and provide a forum to researchers on the above mentioned topics. The conference will include as many as about 300 national and about 50 international participants from countries like USA, Canada, UK, Taiwan, Tokyo (Japan), Austrailia, etc. Few of the honourable delegates joining this event are Prof. Sorel Reisman, 2011 President- IEEE Computer Society USA, Prof. MNS Swamy, Concordia University, Canada, Dr. V R Singh, Chairman, IEEE Delhi Section, etc
For a Time Schedule of the events to happen during the conference, Click Here
NDTV Imagine launched the serial Beendh Banunga, Ghodi Chadunga today at Udaipur in a press conference. All the four major characters of the serial were present at the moment, and initiated the launching ceremony by enacting few excerpts from the serial.
In the press conference the stars from the serial Khyati Khandke, Jaishree, Anuj Thakur, and Nausheen Ali informed that the serial is completely a Rajasthan based story, which is a comedy as well as family drama.
The storyline goes around a boy Jai (Anuj Thakur) who belongs from a very rich Rajasthani family. Being the youngest member of a 22 member joint family, he is also the most beloved person of the family. He is in love with a girl (Jaishree), who wishes to be a doctor. Both the characters are like poles of magnet, always opposite to each other. Boy’s mother wants her daughter-in-law to be a housewife, and always be engaged in kitchen and other households, whereas the girl’s mother wants her daughter to become a successful doctor. But the boy is anyhow crazy after the girl, and always keeps praying to god for hours to get her as his wife.
All the four characters told that every effort has been made to give a Rajasthani touch. The Rajasthani customs, language etc have been made a part of the serial and characters. Many portions of the serial has been shot in many districts of Rajasthan. Many renowned actors such as Himani Shivpuri, Akshay Anand, etc will be seen in the show
“In this show, I am playing the role of a mother, which is quite a new thing for me”
-Nausheen Ali Sardar
“I have always played negative characters, but this time I am playing a positive one. Hence I feel a lot of excitement in being a part of this show.”
“I am a newborn artist. Hence this show is of great importance to me.”
“I am playing the role of the main lead Jai in the story. This character is inspired and influenced by masculine and male dominated thoughts. Its my 4th show on the TV.”