Thursday, 17 December 2015

Career Opportunities For Brightening Future

we live in the era of technology and knowledge where everyone is conscious about their careers. The youngsters are always in search for specialized courses to make their career bright. The demand of professional courses have been raised continuously in recent decade because job opportunities associated with engineering and management courses are increasing. This helps students to get excellently trained to face any workplace.

Professional courses help in career growth and makes students aware about the latest technologies to grab current opportunities. There are various courses that students can opt to build their shining career. Some of them are as follows:-

B.Tech - Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) and Bachelor of Engineering (B.E) are 4 years (8 semesters) courses. Students who have interest in technical fields can take these courses after 12th grade. Such courses have different branches such as Computer, Civil, Mechanical, Electronic, Aeronautical Engineering etc. one who undergo these courses can switch their career towards multiple sectors and get a chance to be a part of a renowned group of organization.

M.Tech – A Master of Engineering degree (M.Tech) is 2 years (4 semesters) postgraduate degree programme. One have to qualify in B.Tech, B.E, M.Sc. degree to pursue M.Tech course. No doubt, education plays an important role in gaining success in life. This degree helps you to lend for more well-paid jobs which are quite hard on the basis of B.Tech Degree. Of Course, a candidate with higher qualification will be given more preference.
BCA - Bachelor Of Computer Applications (BCA) is undergraduate course of 3 years (6 semesters) after 12th class. For the candidates who want to pursue BCA degree Mathematics must be a compulsory subject in 12th standard. This programme helps students to make their career as System Designers, Programmers, System Analysts, Systems Engineering, Database Administration, Computer Networking, Data Mining, Warehousing or any field of information technology.

BBA -The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is a bachelor degree of three years (6 semesters) in business and management principles. Through BBA programs, one have a chance to opt a job in management and administrative roles within a reputed firm serving various positions like - Operations Manager, Information Security Officer, Sales Manager, Cost Estimator and many more at high salaries.

MBA - The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is 2 years (4 semesters) course. The students who are willing to build careers in business and management can pursue MBA degree after graduation. MBA courses are further divided into Human Resource, Marketing Management, IT Management, Health Management, Retail Management and so on. One can get trained in decision making & problem solving after finishing this degree and get a job opportunity in a well-reputed companies.

With many options available in professional courses, students can choose the suitable one depending upon their interests.

Engineering and management courses have most rewarding careers in Delhi NCR now a days. Now the question arises, which Top engineering colleges of Delhi NCR are better to take admission and go ahead to build a successful career.

There are various well-recognized NCR College of Engineering and management, such as Kamrah Institute of Information Technology, Delhi Institute of Tool Engineering, National Institute of Technology, HMR Institute of Technology & Management, Northern India Engineering College etc. One can choose best college as per their course and investment.

Friday, 20 November 2015

Importance Of Education

Education is an important aspect of student life, a necessity of society and sign of freedom. Education is that, which helps a person to live a better life to show their best by their mind and spirit. It plays a vital role in achieving success and personal growth . The more knowledge we have , the more we grow and develop in life.
Education does not means only to study, get degree with good marks and good salary from the reputed organization . It really means to explore new things which helps to increase knowledge in many fields. An educated person has the ability to express their views clearly and have the capability to differentiate between right and wrong.
The main purpose of getting good education is to become a good citizen for sustaining a successful professional and personal life. Education makes a person right thinker and correct decision maker. It is only the education which helps to make one aware about the social issues of society like corruption, terrorism etc.
Education helps to achieve self-confidence in oneself. Self-confidence helps us in passing all the difficulties that come on the way in fulfilling our aim and makes us capable of communicating with others in a better way. An educated person understand each and everything rather than blindly trust anyone thereby spreading awareness everywhere helping the nation to clear out the darkness with the light of knowledge.
The education is the key for human beings to move up in the world, getting better goals and ultimately succeeding in life. So, Education is necessity of life and no one should be deprived of it.

 There are a lot of organizations to get education, one of the best thing that must be kept in mind is to choose a college which is recognized and reputed. College education inculcates good knowledge opening the world of opportunities. If anyone is searching for best college in Delhi NCR to get quality education that will help in personal & professional grooming introducing strong professionalism, then make a list of all the NCR colleges and do a proper research about their education services offered by them.

Friday, 6 November 2015

Diwali Fest 2015 Celebration By Best Management College

Diwali fest was organized by School Enterprise Challenge 2015 team with great pomp and show at KIIT - Best management college India. Various handmade and creative decorated products were exhibited by the students of our business team. Our business Creative Arts collection contained various items like decorative pots, decorated diyas and gel candles, glass candles, quilled keyrings, earrings, bookmarks and earthen decorated plates. All the students of KIIT GROUP of colleges were the part of his fest. They enjoyed various delicious and mouth watering foods like bhelpuri, coconut water, water balls, dhokla, kachori and Bengali sweets of different stalls. The programme was graced by guests, Chairman Sir, Registrar, Director General, Director, P.R.O, Principal College of Engineering and Management and all faculty members of KIIT GROUP OF COLLEGES. Main attraction of this fest was cultural folk dances. Students’ creativity and management was highly appreciated by all. Sale of various stalls on this occasion was around 50,700 Indian Rupees. It was really a wonderful fest everyone enjoyed a lot.

Diwali Fest 2015 Celebration - KIIT

Monday, 2 November 2015

Workshop Conducted by KIIT College On C Programming

Computer Science Department of KIIT College of Engineering conducted a workshop on Developing Computer Skills and Problem Solving Skills using C Programming on 31st October 2015 for B. Tech (CSE) first year students in Smart Class Room No. 344 and Computer Lab. The workshop was started with a welcome address by Dr. Sudhir Kumar Sharma, HOD of  CSE department of  engineering college of Delhi NCR  KIIT .

The first session of the workshop on developing computer skills was conducted by Mr Subodh Kumar (ethical expert) and Mr. Jaideep Bist (Alumni of KIIT) on developing computer skills. The first session of the workshop from 9:15 am to 12:30 pm provided knowledge about the list of tricks to handle virus, how to run android apps on windows, various shortcuts and virus coding in notepad. Moreover the workshop enlightened some latest Android codes and hacking experiences.

 Developing Computer Skills and Problem Solving Skills using C Programming

The second session of the workshop on developing Problem Solving Skills using C Programming from 1:15 pm to 3:45 p pm was conducted by Dr. Sudhir Kumar Sharma. He explained the importance of algorithm for solving computational problem. He explained the concept of structured C programming. Dr. Sharma demonstrated how to draw the basic building blocks of computer graphics like line, circle, rectangle, ellipse, arch and sector using C programming. All participants have explored the computer graphics part in Computers Lab No. 342. The practical session was conducted by Mrs. Santha Devi and Mrs. Shilpa Bahl. It was a great success with the participation of 36 students from B. Tech (CSE) –first year students. 

Monday, 26 October 2015

Seminar On IC Designing By NCR College of Engineering

A seminar Conducted by ECE department of Top engineering colleges of Delhi NCRKIIT College on “ IC Designing” on 19th October 2015 at LIVE WIRE,Cadd. Centre, Gurgaon. There are 30 participants including faculty members and students of ECE department. Mr. Umesh speaks and give information about VLSI & IC Designing.

IC Designing Seminar by ECE Department of KIIT

Highlights of Seminar :- 

1. Introduction of VLSI & IC Designing

2. Job prospects in the field of VLSI

3. Video demonstration of “ROLL TOP, EYE GAZER & IC Fabrication techniques”.

Wednesday, 14 October 2015

Workshop On Android APP Development - KIIT

In Gurgaon, there are many institutes providing engineering courses, but out of all Kamrah Institute of Information Technology (KIIT) is Top Engineering college in Delhi NCR. In KIIT college fests, Cultural and Technical events etc. are held time to time.
Now, on the occasion of Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam’s 79th birthday as recognized World Students’ Day. Department of Computer Science & Engineering is organizing a workshop on “Android App Developmenton 15th October, 2015 from 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm in Computer Lab (Room 555) by Mr. Amit Kataria and Team from MADRID SOFTWARE TRAINING SOLUTIONS.  
All the students of B.Tech (CSE)-VII Sem, B.Tech (CSE)-V Sem and B.Tech (CSE)-III Sem are hereby informed that this is a highly beneficial opportunity for students for professional development and placement.
You all are requested to attend the same.
Android APP Development - KIIT NCR COllege

Workshop on Active and Passive Components Identification & Testing - KIIT

A workshop on “Active and Passive Components Identification & Testing” was organised in ECE/EEE department of Top engineering colleges of Delhi NCR on 7th September 2015 by Dr. Kanika, Mr. Jagmehender & Mr.Amit , faculty of ECE department.

For PCB designing and electronics circuit designing, the component identification and testing is essential parameters. Without components specifications, no design can be implemented. The highlights of the workshop are:-

1. Provide knowledge of active and passive components.
2. Explain the working of the components and fault detection.
3. Provide detail knowledge of components like diode, transistors, MOSFET, OPAMP and ICs.
4. Provide steps of PCB designing on software.

Such type of workshops enhances knowledge & provides hand on experience. This workshop is very beneficial and such workshop should be organised in future.

NCR College of  Engineering

Tuesday, 13 October 2015

Campus Recruitment in KIIT By M/s PIOUS ENERGY

M/s Pious Solar Pvt. Ltd. Invited for selection of B.Tech-EEE/ECE VII Semester Interns in KIIT  - DELHI NCR College Campus on 10th October, 2015. Following Delegates visited the campus:-

1.Mr. Raj Singh Verma - Chairman & Mentor
2.Mr. Pawan Verma - Director

Dr. Kanika Kaur briefed the students and gave some tips.

Program started with welcome address by Prof.( Dr.) H.S.Saxena, Dean - Academics.
Suresh Mehta, TPO, requested Mr. Pawan Verma to address the students and do the presentation on the organization and job description.

All students were interviewed by the delegates and Dr. Kanika Kaur and Suresh Kumar Mehta managed the same. Prof.( Dr.) S.K. Aggarwal and Principal thanks the delegates and gave a gift as a token of appreciation. 

Results were announced by Mr. Pawan Verma. The shortlisted students will have to face another interview in the company office in Gurgaon /through skype.

No of students Attended: 29
No of students shortlisted: 7

Sunny Soni, Nitesh Kumar Jha, Basant Mallick, Mohak Kaushik, Sakshi Nagpal, Aman Wadhawan, Srinatha Mishra are shortlisted students. 
The students identified for Project Work are Sneha Kumari, Kriti Bhardwaj, Purva Khetrapal, Neha Chaudhary, Mohak Kaushik, Nishu Kumar, Rauniyar, Srinath Mishra.

Program ended with a group Photograph.

Campus Recruitment - KIIT NCR College

Tuesday, 6 October 2015

Candle and Diya Making Workshop By NCR College - KIIT

Workshop on Candle Making was organized on 6th Oct’15 by KIIT College of Education. The focus of the workshop was to create a platform for the students to exhibit their creative and practical skills. The workshop was undertaken by a number of students of B.Ed. They prepared candles from hard wax and cold wax and decorated candles and diyas using wide variety of decorative items like colors, mirrors, beads, sparkles, toy, small colorful stones and rangoli color etc. The workshop held by top DELHI NCR College  KIIT also helped students to enhance their skills by learning new decorating skills exhibited by other students participating in the activity. Feedback in form of appreciation / suggestions / remarks was given to each participant.

Thursday, 1 October 2015

Thematic Assembly - KIIT Gurgaon

KIIT College of Education celebrated Gandhi Jayanti , Birthday of Pt. Lal Bahadur Shastri and International Day of Older Person.
B.Ed. students Sagarika, Parul, Virenchi, Neha Tyagi of DELHI NCR College - KIIT delivered a speech on life history and philosophy of Gandhi Ji and Lal Bahadur Shastri. They also presented Poems and Speech. Students also focus on the importance of elders in our life. Then a group of students presented a Bhajan “Sabrmati ke sant ….” and enthralled the audience.
                                                   NCR college of engineering 

Best Out Of Waste Activity - KIIT College Of Education

Best Out of waste Activity was organized on 1st Oct ’15 by NCR college - KIIT. The focus of the activity was to create a platform for the students to exhibit their creative skills. The activity was undertaken by a number of students of B.Ed. They prepared different items like Wall hangings, photo frames, baskets, pots, flowers, candles etc. They decorated and prepared these items using wide variety of decorative items like color paper, velvet, ribbon, mirrors, newspaper, bangles etc. The activity also helped students to enhance their skills by learning new decorating skills exhibited by other students participating in the activity. Feedback in form of appreciation / suggestions / remarks was given to each participant.

Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Engineers Day Celebration by Department of Computer Science & Engineering

On the occasion of Engineers Day, Department of Computer Science & Engineering NCR College KIIT organized a “C Program Debugging Contest” for the students from all the branches of engineering college.

First Round

Final Round
A Pre-liminary round was conducted on C program debugging contest on 21st September 2015 at Lab No. 555 from 12:100 PM to 12:40 PM. 40 students have participated in the first round of the event. 15 students were selected on the basis of their performance in the first round to participate for the final round. The final round of event was conducted on 22nd September, 2015 in the convention hall from 12:00 noon to 2:15 PM. The students have been allowed to participate in the team of two students for the final round. The details of winner and runner-ups are given as follows:

Sr. No.
Student Name

1st Position
Priyanka Bhatia

2nd Position
Sourabh Bhandari
3rd Position
Deepshikha Chauhan
Aditya Jugran

Sport Activities in KIIT Gurgaon

As an initiative by HOD ECE, sports activities have been organized by ECE and EEE department of Top engineering college of Delhi NCR KIIT on every Wednesday. The students of the ECE and EEE 5th semester students took part in various sports activities.
Some students played chess while other students played table tennis.
The game began as the students made their groups to play the table tennis. They seemed energetic and full of enthusiasm.

Mr. Ankur Hooda gave the students about basics of the table tennis and some basics shots and tricks to defeat the opponent.He briefly explained about the table tennis game. Sports activities helps students to remain calm, stress free mind and increases their vitality. It also helps the students in increasing their concentration level.

He not only assisted the students to play the chess, but also guided them to play wisely. The main attraction was that a cut throat competition held between two students and they were really playing very wisely in chess and all students seemed to be very happy and cheered for their respected players.

At the end the winner of the both chess and table tennis was appreciated by all and round of applause was given. 

Tuesday, 22 September 2015


Pot Decoration Activity was organized on 22nd Sept ’15 by top management college India - KIIT. The focus of the activity was to create a platform for the students to exhibit their creative skills. The activity was undertaken by a number of students of B.Ed. They decorated clay pots using wide variety of decorative items like color paper, velvet, ribbon, mirrors, etc. The activity also helped students to enhance their skills by learning new decorating skills exhibited by other students participating in the activity. Feedback in form of appreciation / suggestions / remarks was given to each participant.

Monday, 21 September 2015

KIIT College Gurgaon - Seminar on Cloud Computing

Department of Computer Science & Engineering, KIIT College of Engineering, Gurgaon organized seminar on Cloud Computing on 18th September, 2015 from 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm by Mr. Anurag Kumar Mudgal. Mr. Anurag is working as a Sr. Cloud Computing professional at CETPA Infotech Pvt. Ltd. The seminar started with welcome address by Prof. (Dr.) Sudhir Kumar Sharma, Head of Department of CSE.
The programme started with introduction to cloud architecture and the benefits of being a cloud engineer. The concepts of private, public, hybrid and community clod were discussed in details. Mr. Anurag explained cloud computing in terms of Infrastructure As a service, Platform As a Service, Software As a Service. Concept of virtualization was discussed at depth. He explained each term and terminology related to Cloud Computing by examples of g-mail, Flipkart, Amazon.

                     Top engineering colleges of Delhi NCR

Twenty three students participated in the seminar. All faculty members of department participated in this seminar. Prof. (Dr.) S. K. Aggarwal, Principal of KCE NCR College motivated all students for active participation in seminars and workshop. Dr.H.S.Saxena, Dean Academics, KIIT College of Engineering presented vote of thanks.

Friday, 18 September 2015

Workshop on JAVA – KIIT College Gurgaon

KIIT College of Engineering and Department of Computer Science and Engineering organized a workshop on JAVA for students of V & the VII semester of CSE and ECE on 15th September 2015 at Lab No.555 from 10.00 AM to 1.00 PM by Ms. Swati  & Mr. Munish Kumar from WOXA Technologies Pvt Ltd. Mr. Munish Kumar is a senior Java developer. Ms. Swati is working as HR manager. Dr. Sudhir Kumar Sharma, HOD, Department of CSE introduced the speakers.

WOXA Technology is software developer & a training provider in the area of Web Developing, Digital Marketing, Web Technologies, IT Security, PHP,  Android Applications, Search Engine Optimization, Cloud Computing, JAVA, DOT NET etc.

 Ms. Swati addressed the students about the need for training and benefits of training. In training period student will get the knowledge of what is the requirement of the company, advanced learning in the specialized area, live demonstration and real time project implementation. The Student will get the benefits in the form of individual attention, Interview preparation, personality development classes, hands on experience in current needs of industry and how to crack reasoning & current affairs.

Mr. Munish Kumar explained advanced JAVA technique of Eclipse and interacted with the students by asking interview questions on this subject. Students attentively answered the questions and learned some of the packages in JAVA Eclipse. 

29 students from CSE department and 20 students from ECE department participated in the workshop. They got a good exposure in the Java technology and how to handle the interview questions in Java. The Workshop was perfectly organized and managed by the Department of CSE and ECE, KIIT College of Engineering which is considered as best engineering college in Delhi NCR Colleges. At the end of the Session, students have given 30 minute test on Java based technology.

Dr. S. K. Aggrawal, Principal, KIIT college of Engineering, concluded the workshop.

Vote of thanks given by Dr. H. S. Saxena, Dean Academics, KIIT college of Engineering.

Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Rakhi Making Competition - KIIT College Gurgaon

Rakhi Making was organized on 25th August’ 2015 by KIIT College of Education, one of the best engineering college India. All the students of B.Ed. were enthusiastically participated in the activity and prepared a variety of beautiful Rakhi's that were made from colorful threads, beads, feathers, paper quilts. They have used colorful sheets and other materials to decorate their Rakhi items. The focus of the activity was to develop their creativity and Power of Innovative Thinking. Immense creativity was exposed out of this activity. The feedback regarding their innovative work was given in form of appreciation to each participant. 

Monday, 24 August 2015

Importance of Science & Technology at Inspire Science Camp Programme

Today's Program started with the Interaction of Prof. (Dr.) G.S. Sodhi with the students. He is the Associate Professor of Chemistry and coordinator of Forensic Science unit at Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College of University of Delhi and a leading forensic expert who has developed processes to aid in the retrieval of fingerprints compromised by adverse conditions guided students with his topic “Applications of Chemistry in Mitigating Crime”.  He explained that water, inorganic and organic constituents of sweat may be selectively fixed using silica or charcoal to give a coloured derivative but this technique is limited and cannot be applied to old fingerprints destroyed by nature. Nano particles of alumina (used in chromatography), Fluorescent dye – eosin Y (used in lipsticks, nail polishes), Hydrophobic extract of gawar bean seeds (used as vegetable, cattle feed) actively seek out oil from the smallest fragment and fingerprints can be obtained on absorbent as well as non- absorbent materials. He lucidly explained that adhesive tapes pose a challenge to finger print detection but a technique “Neutron Activation Analysis” gives results for all such fingerprint nuisance. Through photographs of fingerprints of solved cases he highlighted the detection of destroyed fingerprints on moist metallic and polymeric surfaces kept in water for 36 hours, fingerprint marks on revolver and weapons and cases of suicide or assassination. He also gave a brief explanation of the Iron secreted with sweat that combines with reagent based on coordination chemistry. Along with the examples of solved case he lucidly explained the methods involved in detection of fingerprints obtained separately from different surfaces. The students gave overwhelming response and were fascinated by this lecture. Almost every student curiously asked about other chemicals which can be used for detection, fake prints, about crime investigations through fingerprints and how the culprit is captured. His lecture was fascinating as the students became aware of the actual investigations done by the forensic experts on the crime scene.

Prof. Akhil C. Banerjea
The session started with the mesmerizing lecture by Dr. Akhil C. Banerjea, currently a Senior Scientist/Chair of Virology Department at National Institute of Immunology, New Delhi, India. He is a member of the National Academy of Sciences, and Fellow of the Indian National Science Academy (INSA) India. He shared his experience with the topic “Genetic Diversity of HIV-1 Genes in North India and Gene Therapeutic approaches”. He explained that HIV-1 enters the host cells using CD4 and chemokine receptor CCR5/CXCR4. An individual with Delta 32 mutation in CCR5 are protective and is being used as a specific anti-HIV-1 antiviral approach.HIV-1 has evolved novel strategies to escape or degrade host restriction factors which ensures virus growth. HIV-1 accessory proteins (Nef, Vpu, Vif, Vpr) have profound effects on HIV-1 pathogenesis. While Nef degrades p53, Vpu stabilizes p53 in a B-TrCP dependent manner. This stabilization correlates with the extent of apoptosis in human T-cells. Micro RNAs (miRNAs) are a class of small non-coding RNAs that constitute an essential and evolutionarily conserved mechanism for post-transcriptional gene regulation. Recently, several viral mechanisms for escaping antiviral RNAi has been discovered which includes suppression of RNAi, mutational escape from RNAi and modulation of the cell’s micro RNA (miRNA) profile. Similar to plant and insect viruses, several mammalian viruses encoding RNAi silencing suppressors (RSS) have been described. He explored in detail whether HIV-1 infection-specific outcomes could be influenced by RNAi-mediated effects. Arginine Rich Motif (ARM) of HIV-1 Tat and Rev are extensively studied linear motifs (LMs) that are essential for HIV-1 gene expression. HIV-1 thus can reshape host cell micro RNA profile to its own advantage. The mechanistic elucidation of HIV-host micro RNA interplay will help in further understanding of host pathogen interactions and might help in developing novel biomarkers and therapeutics. HIV-1 gene expression and replication critically depends upon the levels of Tat and Rev. He showed how Rev controls the levels of Tat protein via indirect mechanisms.
Students solved their queries with the questions raised on the difference between HIV-1 and HIV-2, Difference between disease and syndrome and many more such questions.
A lab session was initiated by dividing students into 5 groups. The students were demonstrated various information regarding the laboratory apparatus.
The students participating in the INSPIRE Science camp visited satellite communication lab in the afternoon August  They were first explained the functioning of 3 components of the satellite communication, viz, uplink transmitter, transponder in the satellite and downlink receiver which can be conveniently placed in the laboratory. The Satellite can be placed at an elevated, position if needed. The Satellite Transponder receives signal from Uplink Transmitter and retransmits at different frequencies to a Downlink Receiver. The Uplink and Downlink frequencies are selectable and can have variety of signals such as Video, Audio, Voice, Tone, Data and Telemetry (Temperature and Light intensity). The Operating manual illustrates basic theory and glossary of Satellite Communication terms along with Experiments. Then a live demonstration of as to how communication of audio, video and various other signals through satellite takes place was given. The students showed lot of interest in the lab work and were elated in witnessing communication through Satcom trainer.
CAD LAB: The students were given hands on training in CAD-computer aided design lab about Designing of machine elements, CNC machine tools, robotics,  Panel design and circuit layout, Mapping ,building plans, contour plotting and structural drawing and Interior design and modelling. The students were given explanations on the absolute and polar co-ordinates, angular dimensions and by layer and command lines. The students were informed about the advantages of CAD in brief including the productivity of the designer, improvement of design quality Easier design, calculation and analysis, quicker rate producing drawings, more accuracy of drawings, colour graphics is possible. The students were made familiar with the different AUTOCAD window and their contents.
Visit to Botanical Garden:
Tau Devi Lal Bio-Diversity & Botanical garden is located at Sector 52-A Gurgaon. Many students had seen its entrance but never visited the garden. It was quite foggy and the visibility was at most 30-40 feet. When students reached to the garden there were already many people inside. The garden is well maintained and covers a large area. There are many sections dedicated to different species of plant and tree. There were not many flowers (maybe due to the season) but students saw many varieties of tree. The plant species there made them enthusiastic about Research and development into plant taxonomy and genetics, photochemistry, useful properties, informing selection of plants that can withstand degraded and changing environments (especially important in face of the threats posed by climate change). Education is a strength of botanic gardens that allows them to communicate the importance of conserving plants, reaching out to diverse audiences, and also to communicate how this may be achieved.

The next day of the program started with the enthusiastic lecture of Prof. (Dr.) M. Sengupta, Principal KIIT College of Education, on the topic “Man and Science”. He emphasized on the knowledge of making science more useful to mankind, to make it precisely for benefitting the society. Earlier science was treated as natural philosophy. Later on when science developed it came into the current form. Dr. Sengupta told that if the mind act and think in scientific way then only it will be more useful for the society. He said that earlier it was known as “SantoshamPaarmamSukham” but nowadays it is said that if you are satisfied you cannot progress. For a balanced personality it is required to keep a proper mixing of knowledge and qualities.  Nehru ji said that “Role of Science in India should be to fight poverty, to fight disease, to fight evil thoughts. Our cultural prosperity, our spirituality should be assembled with science.
He related his topic with the saying of Swami Vivekanand “Knowledge is that to see unity in diversity” He further asked students not to take rest till they achieve goals. Science is interesting subject which makes the mind rational. Scientific mind is that which is opened always to the world to accept new ideas. Nowadays world is a family but to stop increasing the number of crimes, scientific temperament is the requirement of today. The injustice, prejudices can be eradicated when we develop scientific temperament. We worship Tulsi and Peepal tree because of its virtues and their medicinal properties. We should develop sustainability. As VinobaBhave said “A true scientific society is one in which houses will be developed of one story not ten”. We should not blindly follow the western countries but should develop our technologies according to our own requirements. He guided the students to think innovatively to develop research in our own country and that our ideas be original keeping the benefit of mankind. In Indian culture we talk about ParamVidya, the higher knowledge which is confined to intellectual processes, which crosses the borders of senses of knowledge and helps to discover one self. Today’s science is known as AparaVidya. Man should have ‘Trans-empirical dimension’ and that is accepted for spiritual development.
Prof. Dr. S.K Aggarwal, Principal KIIT College of Engineering, told students in his Lecture on ‘Green Chemistry’ that science and knowledge is useless if it could not solve our problems. He discussed about the Greenhouse gases and their requirement. He also discussed briefly that there are side effects of these gases and that if there is increased concentration of these gases then these may prove hazardous. He introduced the term green technology. The field of "green technology" encompasses a continuously evolving group of methods and materials, from techniques for generating energy to non-toxic cleaning products. The present expectation is that this field will bring innovation and changes in daily life of similar magnitude to the "information technology" explosion over the last two decades. In these early stages, it is impossible to predict what "green technology" may eventually encompass. Examples of green technology subject areas as
Energy: Perhaps the most urgent issue for green technology, this includes the development of alternative fuels, new means of generating energy and energy efficiency.
Green building: Green building encompasses everything from the choice of building materials to where a building is located.
Environmentally preferred purchasing: This government innovation involves the search for products whose contents and methods of production have the smallest possible impact on the environment, and mandates that these be the preferred products for government purchasing.
Green chemistry: The invention, design and application of chemical products and processes to reduce or to eliminate the use and generation of hazardous substances.
Green nanotechnology: Nanotechnology involves the manipulation of materials at the scale of the nanometer, one billionth of a meter. Some scientists believe that mastery of this subject is forthcoming that will transform the way that everything in the world is manufactured. "Green nanotechnology" is the application of green chemistry and green engineering principles to this field.
After a tea break summary of the Inspire Science Internship camp was given by Dr. S.K. Aggarwal, Principal KIIT College Of Engineering. With this he gave his best wishes to students to obtain scientific pursuits in future.
Valedictory session started at 1.00 p.m. with the valedictory lecture of the chief Guest of today’s function Dr. A. Mukhopadyhay , Scientist G and In charge of INSPIRE camp DST gave his valedictory lecture. He said that It has been a little time of about 6 years after initiation of the Inspire programme but KIIT has well-arranged all the camps since then. He said that DST is Government organization and we have to depend on academic institutions for the implementation of any scheme from paper to frame. The energy of the organization, mentors and DST is now reaping their benefits. He congratulated all the students who got a chance to attend this camp but also suggested them to be down to earth and share their knowledge with those students who could not attend this camp. He also asked students to maintain their integrated format and the unity they showed in the camp, to remain in contact with each other even after the camp is over. He insisted to become a good human being which is very necessary to develop mankind in science. DST nurtures all the intellects and provides a scope to eradicate their confusions. One should continuously ask questions from oneself and try to find solutions in scientific manner. This will lead to a scientific scenario. This programme is only to provide interactive platform in holistic manner. He also said that Forensic is an upcoming science and students should find out their area of interest.
After this the dignitaries released the CD of Inspire Science camp.
Dr. Neelima Kmarah, Registrar KIIT College of Engineering, who has very beautifully explained the childhood life of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, our former President, who was born on - 15 October 1931 in - Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu, India. Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen “A. P. J.” Abdul Kalam was a scientist and engineer, who served as the President of India from 2002 to 2007. Already a highly accomplished and much respected individual when elected to be the president, Kalam had spent four decades as a scientist and science administrator at several prestigious organizations like the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). Born into a family of humble means in Tamil Nadu, Kalam went on to study aerospace engineering in Madras Institute of Technology. His initial dream was to become a fighter pilot but he failed to qualify for the Indian Air Force. He then started working at the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) as a scientist and was later transferred to the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). Eventually he was appointed as the Chief Scientific Adviser to the Prime Minister and in this position he played a key role in the Pokharan II nuclear tests. He became the President of India in 2002 and was known as the People's President. He left the office after serving one term and became professor of Aerospace Engineering at Anna University and a visiting professor at several other institutions. Dr. Neelima explained his Childhood & Early Life relating the struggle and inquisitiveness which led him to the stairs of success. She said that Abdul Kalam was born as the youngest of five children of a Muslim boat owner named Jainulabudeen and his wife Ashiamma, in Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu. His ancestors had once been wealthy traders though his family lost much of its fortunes by the early 20th century. Kalam grew up in humble surroundings and had to take up a job while he was still in school in order to augment his family’s meagre income—he distributed newspapers to help his father in providing for the family. He was a bright young boy, blessed with a thirst for knowledge and was always eager to learn new things. He completed his schooling from Ramanathapuram Schwartz Matriculation School and proceeded to study physics at the Saint Joseph's College, Tiruchirappalli, from where he graduated in 1954. Then he studied aerospace engineering in Madras Institute of Technology, graduating in 1960. His childhood ambition was to become a fighter pilot but he narrowly missed achieving his dream.
After completing his studies he joined the Aeronautical Development Establishment of the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) as a scientist. One of the first projects he worked on was to design a small helicopter for the Indian Army. He also got the opportunity to work with the renowned space scientist, Vikram Sarabhai as a part of the INCOSPAR committee. However, Kalam was not much satisfied with his career at the DRDO.
Kalam was transferred to the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) in 1969 as the project director of India's first Satellite Launch Vehicle (SLV-III). An expandable rocket project on which he had started working independently in 1965 got the government’s approval for expansion in 1969. Over the next several years he developed the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) and SLV-III projects, both of which proved to be successful. In the 1970s he also worked on the development of ballistic missiles from the technology of the successful SLV program and directed the projects Project Devil and Project Valiant which were aimed at producing a short-range surface-to-air missile. Even though the projects were discontinued in 1980 without achieving full success, they earned Kalam great respect and admiration from the scientific fraternity.
In 1980s, the government decided to initiate an advanced missile program under his directorship and thus the Integrated Guided Missile Development Program (IGMDP) was launched with Kalam as the chief executive. The program which aimed at the research and development of a comprehensive range of missiles started in 1982-83. Under the guidance of Kalam, several missiles including Agni, an intermediate range ballistic missile and Prithvi, the tactical surface-to-surface missile, were developed.
Student feedback:
Mr. Yashvardhanof KV 1 said that we are sparked with the new ideas that are innovative and creative. The camp was full of inspirational lectures of mathematics, chemistry and especially forensic science. Lab sessions were interesting. I wish my heartiest thanks to DST and KIIT College for inviting us in such a supreme environment.
Ms. Puja from VidyaNilkjetan paid thanks to KIIT for being supportive. She said that although she has chosen Medical field but will guide to her friends that they should continue their engineering and make a successful career with KIIT as the labs are well sophisticated and infrastructure is very good. Students are filled with new experiences.
Mr. Dayanidhi from S. N. Sidheshwar remarked that he learnt a lot form the programme. Quad copter and Security system detector were impressive. He also thanked KIIT for providing a platform to join such an enthusiastic camp. He also liked the infrastructure of college.
Ms. Jyoti from Gyaandeep remarked that the inspirational lectures actually inspired us giving a meaning to INSPIRE camp. The camp has made us think about every aspect more scientifically. Dr. Neelima Kamrah’s lecture on chemistry was very interesting.
Ms. Pooja Patel form GSSS said that we have learnt a lot from the lectures and much more other than books. We are motivated towards our goal and came to know the opportunities that one can have. She liked the infrastructure of college and the hospitality the fraternity showed.
Ms. Vipra form GGSSS Sohna said that my confusion is all eradicated about my future and I now know the path to follow. She said that now after joining the camp I am aware of the future. She liked the lab of college and the love that college showed.
Faculty Feedback:
Ms. Richa Singh from Vidya Niketan said it was a nice, educative and informative camp and as interesting as earlier camps. Role of science and health was beautifully explained by Dr. Neelima, scientific approach towards subjects were really interesting. KIIT also has good sophisticated labs.
Ms. Meena form GGSSS Jacobpura congratulated KIIT to introduce a well-defined, well managed and well-arranged programme. The lectures were excellent. The fraternity also showed the enthusiasm that was wonderful. She would suggest her students of Maths branch to join KIIT for engineering.
Ms. Vandana from S.N. Sidheshwar said the camp was motivating, inspiring and our students loved to attend the camp even after there was a function in school. Students have been deliberately inspired by the lectures and every year she would like to be mentor of the students that would be invited for INSPIRE.
Next in series was the distribution of certificates to the students. The students were distributed certificates to the students. They were very excited while receiving the certificates.
Prof. Dr. S.S. Aggarwal, Director General KIIT Group of Institutions presented Vote of Thanks.