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ACTIVITIES @ IEC Group of Institutions, Greater Noida

(FROM JANUARY 2018 TO FEBRUARY, 2018)
BOOK PUBLICATIONS

Mr. Satya Prakash Yadav of Computer Science Engineering published his new book titled “ Programming in C++ ”.
He has also published a book earlier titled “ Programming in C+ ”.
Prior to this, he had authored many research papers in journals in the areas of Image Processing & Programming such as C, C++, Data Structures, Web Technology and JAVA.

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PAPER PRESENTATION/ ATTENDING CONFERENCE

Ms. Aparna Datta of Pharmacy department was awarded the 1st Prize on Poster presented in the National Seminar on “Nanomedicine and Nanotechnology in Healthcare” held at Apeejay Stya University, Gurgaon on 17th February 2018. She presented a part of my ongoing research entitled: “In Search of Alternative Drug-delivery Vehicles: Hemocompatibility Assessment of Indium Oxide Nanoparticles”.
A report published in the New Times India on 17.02.2018 mentioned her name as the 1st Prize winner:

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Dr. Santosh Rai of Applied Science (Physics) published and presented his research paper entitled “ Spectroscopic Study of Aliphatic Amino Acids” at University of Allahabad during 9th to 21st Feb. 2018.

Mohd. Nawajish, M.Tech (ME) student got his Research paper published in the UGC approved International Journal on Recent Trends in Engineering Science & Management (ICRSTESM – 18) at Vedant College of Engg. & technology, Rajasthan.

Ms. Parul Sharma of Pharmacy department attended as Delegate during the International Conference on Challenges for Global Competitiveness of Ayush and Natural Products and IASTAM Oration and Award Function 2018. She also presented her paper entitled “Review on Rheumatoid Arthritis : Anethno-Botanical Approach” during the poster presentation session. The was held from 2nd to 4th February 2018 at DIPSRU (Formerly known as DIPSAR under DELHI UNIVERSITY).

Mr. Akhilesh Kotiyal of Pharmacy department attended IGPA Sponsored symposium on “ Innovations in Pharmaceuticals, Herbals and CAMs for Management of interactions, side effects thereof” organized by Amity Institute of Pharmacy, Health and Allied sciences, ASTIF on 19th February 2018,

WORKSHOPS / SHORT TERM COURSE
The Electrical Engineering department organized ICT course on Industrial Automation Practices from 15th to 19th January 2018. The organizing Institute was NITTTR, Chandigarh and IEC CET were one of the remote centres for the course.
Mr. Deepak Verma, faculty in the Computer Science & Engineering department participated in the Short term course on “Big Data Analysis and Mining in Deep Web Repositories” from 8th to 12th January 2018 at Central University Rajasthan.
Mr. Maoj Garg, faculty in Electronics & Communication Engineering completed the Lab View Winter Intership Program from 8th Jan. to 13th Jan to 13th Jan 2018 under the Centre of Excellence National Instruments Innovation centre.
Civil Engineering department organized 3 days Entrepreneurship Awareness Workshop by NSIC from 22nd to 24th February 2018 where students and faculty members participated and attended. Speakers from NSIC, Mr. O P Singh, AGM guided the students and made them aware of the Entrepreneurship as career choice, business opportunities.
The training cum demonstration session on “Embedded Systems Design Using MSP430 G2553,MSP430F5529,MSP430F5969,CC3100” was organised on 20th February, 2018 by the Electronics and Communication Department under the Texas Instruments India University Program at IEC college of Engineering and Technology, Greater Noida. The faculties from ECE department of IEC college, Galgotia College, NIET college and G.L. Bajaj also attended the training session.
The teaching pedagogy training for faculty members was held on 24th February 2018. The workshop focused on Outcome Based Education (OBE) pedagogical style. The participants were told on how to be able to build courses for given syllabi in accordance with outcome based education requirements.

1. Course Objective.
2. Course Outcomes.
3. Blooms Taxonomy.
4. Topic Layout.
5. Lesson Plan.
6. Tutorial sheets linked with lesson plan for their course.
7. Laboratory sheets linked with lesson plan for their course.
FDPs
Dr. Rajeev Kumar, faculty in the Applied Science department attended three day closing and review meeting of FDP and workshop on Universal Human values and Professional Ethics at IIT Kanpur from 29th to 31st January 2018.

Ms. Poonam Rajput and Ms. Mukta Srivastav of Mechanical Engineering department attended a FDP on Automation Technologies – Hydraulics Systems on 11th and 12th January 2018. The FDP was organized by ABESIT, Ghaziabad.

Ms. Nidhi Srivastava and Ms. Aparna Datta, faculty of Pharmacy department attended FDP on Computational Methods applied to Drug Discovery/ Design from 31st Jan to 4th February 2018 at Rameesh Institute of Vocational & Technical Education, Greater Noida.

INDUSTRIAL VISITS

An Industrial visit was arranged for the students of Civil Engineering at The Hemisphere, a real estate company. The main objective behind the visit was to provide the knowledge about the way of working at construction site.

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EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Basant Panchami was celebrated on 22nd January 2018. The day started off with pooja in the morning attended by faculty and staff.
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Lohri was celebrated on 13th January, 2018. All the HODs, faculty members, staff and students celebrated the festival with enthusiasm.
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IEC Group of Institutions celebrated Republic Day on 26th January 2018 by hoisting the Indian Flag All the faculty and students were present on the occasion
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INDUCTION PROGRAMME REPORT

Induction programme is an initiative to groom the overall personality of students and make them acquainted with the culture of the institution. The Induction Programme for the students of FIRST YEAR Engineering and Pharmacy was organized for three days starting from 23rd January, 2018.
The aim of the programme was to ensure that every student feels welcomed, engaged and excited to begin this new important stage in their education. The idea was to make the students aware of their prospective opportunities and to show them the path they have to adopt in order to become successful engineers and pharmacist.
The Programme started with the lightning of the lamp followed by encouraging words for students by the Director and HODs.
The details of the events conducted in the induction programme are as follows:
DAY-I, 23rd, January
A lecture on HUMAN VALUES by Dr. N.P.Singh.
Express Yourself- was a competition in which the participants had to express their thoughts and views on the topic of their own choice.
No. of students participated- 9 Winners – 3
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Day-II, 24th, January
A lecture on HUMAN VALUES by Dr. Rajeev Kumar.
Ad Mad Show- No. of students participated- 13 (5 teams)
Winners – 5 (3+2)
Poster Making – participants had to make a poster on the topic – Social Issues
No. of students participated- 12 Winners – 3
Rangoli Making- participants had to make a Rangoli in a team of 2-4
No. of students participated- 10 Winners – 5 (3+2)
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Day-III, 25th, January
Motivational lecture by Mr. Santosh Tripathy.
Debate competition- on the topic-“Is Female Teacher a better Teacher”.
No. of students participated- 7 Winners – 2
Singing competition
No. of students participated- 10 Winners – 4 ( There was tie at 3rd position)
Dancing competition
No. of students participated- 7 Winners – 3
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A closing ceremony of the Induction Programme was held on 27th, January, 2018. The winners of the events were encouraged by certificates and gifts from the institute. The winners of different events were felicitated with certificates and gifts by Director Academics, Prof. Sunil Kumar, Director Administration, Prof.B.P.S.Sagar, ,Dean Academics, Prof.Kapil Kumar, HOD Applied Science, Dr.Raj Kamal Batra, First year coordinator, Prof.Nurul Hassan and HR manager, Mrs.Anita Menon.
The entire programme was anchored by the first year students. The programme ended with the vote of thanks proposed by Director, Prof.B.P.S.Sagar.

INAUGURATION OF PMKVY SKILL DEVELOPMENT COURSES (BATCH-II)

IEC Group of Institution is conducting PMKVY Skill Development Courses well approved by AICTE, MHRD. Today, Hon’ble Shri Pushyapati Saxena, Retd. IAS. Former Registrar of Mahamaya Technical University (MTU), and Gautam Buddha University (GBU) Greater Noida, Gautam Buddha Nagar, Former Secretary-Horticulture has Inaugurated of PMKVY Skill Development Courses (Batch-II) at IEC Group of Institutions today on 04th February, 2018 (Sunday). He has graced the occasion as Chief Guest.
Program was started with welcome of Respected Shri Pushyapati Saxena by Dr Bhanu P. S. Sagar, Prof. Sunil Kumar, and Dean (Academics). Then formal Inaugural / Welcome address was given by Dr Bhanu P. S. Sagar. He has talked about the bitter fact that more than 90% workforce in Korea, more than 65 % workforce in Germany and more than 40 % workforce in Japan is vocationally qualified whereas India has only 5-7% of its workforce vocationally trained or qualified. So, Vocational education is gaining tremendous importance in India in recent years. In India, skill acquisition takes place through two basic structural streams – a small formal one and a large informal one. Most skills obtained by workers are through an informal training system such as family inheritance or “guru-shishya parampara”. Only about 2.5 million vocational training seats are available in the India whereas 12.8 million persons enter the labor market each year.
Now, the Central and the State Governments are emphasizing on building skilled human resources. Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) is the flagship scheme of the Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship (MSDE). MSDE has been created with the ambitious objective of creating 500 million skilled resources in the next 5 years. Duration of the training varies per job role, ranging between 150 and 300 hours. Upon successful completion of their assessment, candidates shall be provided placement assistance by Training Institute / Partners (TI / TPs). IEC School of Vocational Studies (IEC-SVS) with mission and philosophy to impart vocational education and training and provides students with an opportunity to study vocational courses which comprise of deep integration modules within the industry of their choice. As a part of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), IEC-SVS has been established to impart vocational education and skill training for school dropout candidates / students. IEC Group of Institution is running Lab Technician / Assistant, CCTV Installation Technician, Filed Technician: Data Storage and Networking and IT Coordinator in Schools courses under PMKVY Programme.
Welcome and Inaugural address was followed by Ribbon Cutting Ceremony by Respected Shri Pushyapati Saxena. During his blessing address Respected Shri Pushyapati Saxena Ji has talked about the various agencies like All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE, MHRD) (PMKVY-II), University Grant Commission (B-Voc Courses of UGC), National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS Vocational Courses), National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC under Skill Development Ministry, Govt. of India) (PMKVY – I) which are making their best efforts to make youth population of India – Technically Skilled to compete with the world. Further he extended his best wishes to all the enrolled students and encouraged them to become Job Creator / Entrepreneur instead of job seeker.
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  1. Lokendra Tyagi says:

    Thank you love!! So glad you enjoyed!

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