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Reflection, Vol 1, 2020

                                           FROM THE DESK OF THE H.O.D. (MBA DEPARTMENT)

Since 2006, Department of MBA has been imparting quality education to students through highly qualified and learned faculty members. We offer various specializations like Marketing, Finance, Human Resource and International business and IT for our students in second year.

Today, Global business environment is undergoing radical changes. The global economy, external environment, Big Data, digitalization, E-commerce and the Millennial Consumers buying behavior is changing definition of business world.

 

ITS Engineering college has experienced and young full time faculty in all functional areas of management who are engaged in teaching, research and outreach activities.  We also have faculty from other departments/Institute and visiting faculty from the industries that add values to our program. Our institute provides academic independence, opportunities for research / consulting and freedom to explore new expertise for faculty.

Our campus vibrates with various seminars, workshops, conferences, expert talk and other co-curricular activities related to all functions of management. It helps our students to get insight into their self and their soul, choose their lives priorities and materialize their loving dreams.

 

PDP’s are conducted for students to enhance their managerial skills, aptitude, attitude, inner capabilities, advanced knowledge and team spirit to get work done through others. We have been striving for excellence in academics, research and cultural activities, human values, moral ethics to our students for their holistic development. The education and exposure that the students gain during two years make confident to join the corporates and face the challenges of the corporate world.

We have huge network of our alumni’s serving on different positions in public sector, private sector and MNC’s. They also help our new budding mangers to get higher platform for their careers.

 

I welcome all management students to explore, synergize and experience the journey of quality management education directed towards Innovation, Leadership, Startups and Entrepreneurship.


Dr. Sunita Shukla

Faculty M.B.A.


DEPARTMENT OF MBA

Department of MBA at I.T.S Engineering College offers full time two year, Postgraduate program in Management (MBA). The Programme is approved by AICTE and affiliated to Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow. The course offers specialization in various areas of Management like Marketing, HR, Finance, International Business, etc. The department has a team of highly motivated and dedicated faculty to the cause of academics and striving to do the best in the interest of the students and nation building as a whole. The Department provides regular Industry and academia interface through Expert talk, Seminars and Conferences, focused on developing personality, analytical skills and communication skills.

 

It may be seen that we are not just running MBA Programme, but we are making our students fit and confident in all respect and changing his/her entire personality so that he/she will get a good job before passing out from this college.

 

Vision of MBA department

To be a leading management institution that contributes for growth of society and economy through quality in grooming leadership, entrepreneurial skill and continuous research.

Mission of MBA department

·  To be the most preferred choice of students, faculty and Industry.

·  To create and disseminate knowledge in global context.

·  Create intellectual capital in terms of scholarly and practice-oriented research relevant to its evolving techno-civilization context.

·  To have a strong college – Industry inter-face.

·  To equip students for global business leadership.

·  Promote a culture of academic excellence benchmarked against the best institutions in its peer group.

MBA Program learning objectives

·  Analytical skills for effective decision making and resolving business problems.

·  Indian and Global competitive environment and business practices.

·  Collaborative working.

·  Team work and leadership skills.

·  Effective Business/professional Communication Skills

·  Entrepreneurial skills

·  Ethical, social and legal conscientiousness of the organization.

MBA Program learning outcomes

·  Recognize problems in business settings and propose solutions

·  Use strategic analysis and integration.

·  Apply creativity and innovation in business practice.

·  Apply knowledge and skills to solve business problems.

·  Evaluate the impact of global environment on business.

·  Identify and understand the ethical obligations and responsibilities of business.

·  Work with a team of colleagues on projects.

·  Demonstrate professionalism, self-awareness, leadership and self-confidence etc.

·  Understand a specific area of business practice in depth

·  Communicate effectively in written materials to relevant publics

·  Communicate professionally in spoken words in one–on–one or business presentation situations.

·  Possess the skills required to integrate concepts from various disciplines to identify and develop business strategies.

Possess skill needed to face the competitive market environment and face global challenges with confidence. 

STUDENT’S ACHIEVEMENTS

·  Tarun Sharma and Abhishek Singh, students of MBA 2nd year presented their business model “Self Sustainable Portable Homes” in StartUp Conclave 2019 held at IMS Ghaziabad on February 16, 2019.

·  Nidhi Goel, student of MBA 2nd Year, presented her project titled “Recruitment and selection in DS Group with reference to mouth freshener and Confectionary” at ITS Management College, Ghaziabad, on September 21, 2019.

·  16 students of MBA completed their NPTEL Certification in April 2019.

·  4 students of MBA completed their NPTEL Certification in November 2019.

·  Imran Siddiqui of MBA I year presented his startup plan at Startup Weekend held during September 14-15, 2019, at ITS Engg. College, Greater Noida. His startup plan was ranked among top 10 positions during the event.

·  Madhu Singh and Vashu Panwar of MBA presented their paper titled “A Comparative Study on Centennials Perception about Food Industry Rivals – Swiggy and Zomato” at International Conference on Marketing held at ITS Engg. College, Greater Noida, on April 5, 2019. The paper secured 3rd position at the event.

·  Himanshu Shekhar and Rahul Ranjan of MBA presented their paper titled “A Comparative Study between Marketing Strategies of Ola and Uber” at International Conference on Marketing held at ITS Engg. College, Greater Noida, on April 5, 2019. The paper secured 3rd rank at the event.

11 students of MBA won 3rd prize at annual fest UDGOSH 2019 held at ITS Engg. College on March 28, 2019.

EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES OF DEPARTMENT OF MBA

National Seminar on “Future of FinTech: Innovative Business Model for Financial Inclusion”         


Visit to News 18 at Film City, Noida 


Expert Talk by Mr. Nikit Sharma


Regional Seminar on “Investor Education” 


Industrial visit to ICD Tughalkabad, 28th September 2019


Industrial Visit to Anmol Industries Ltd., Greater Noida on 11th October 2019


“MarkTech” 2019 International Conference on Marketing on “Marketing to Centennials in Digital World” (Department of MBA, 5th April 2019)


FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS

INTERNATIONAL/NATIONAL RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS


# PROF. PARUL AGGARWAL, “GREEN HRM: AN APPROACH TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY” in INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCE AND INNOVATIVE RESEARCH, Issue VOL 6, 2 (IV), 6th April 2019, ISSN 2394 – 7780

# DR. SUNITA SHUKLA, “TEACHING MANGEMENT GRADUATE: BALANCING LEARNINGSTYLE AND TEACHING METHODOLOGY WITH FLIPPED CLASSROOM”,  in REVIEW OF PROFESSIONAL MANAGEMENT, VOL 17, 1, 18-26 JAN-JUN, 2019, ISSN 0972-8686 ONLINE ISSN 2455-0647

# PROF. SACHIN SNHA, “TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENT: A KEY FOR BAKING DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA”, at IMS, Ghaziabad

# DR. KAMAL GUPTA, “INVESTMENT PERFORMANCE & RISK ADJUSTED MEASURES: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON OPEN ENDED EQUITY SCHEMES”, in BI-ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BUSINESS EXCELLENCE & RESEARCH, VOL 1, 1, JUNE 2019 

# Dr. Sunita Shukla presented her paper titled "Impact of workplace happiness on employee engagement: A comparative study of IT and Non- IT sector" in International Conference  On HAPPINESS AND PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT IN MODERN GLOBALISED BUSINESS SCENARIO, 2019 (HPMMGBS-2019) at Rukmini Devi Institute of Advanced Studies, IP University, In Association With Gedu College of Business Studies, Royal University of Bhutan, held on December 21-22, 2019

 

# Prof. Sana Vakeel presented her paper titled "Impact of workplace happiness on employee engagement: A comparative study of IT and Non- IT sector" in International Conference  On HAPPINESS AND PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT IN MODERN GLOBALISED BUSINESS SCENARIO, 2019 (HPMMGBS-2019) at Rukmini Devi Institute of Advanced Studies, IP University, In Association With Gedu College of Business Studies, Royal University of Bhutan, held on December 21-22, 2019

 

FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS/SEMINARS/WORKSHOP ATTENDED

 

# FDP ON “FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING STANDARDS” at PGDAV College New Delhi,  SACHIN SINHA, MBA Department, 6-12th August 2019.

 

# International Conference “MARKTECH 2019” attended by all faculty members of department of MBA, 05th April 2019.

 

# National Seminar on Finance attended by all faculty members of department of MBA, 15th November 2019

 

# Workshop on Digital Marketing attended by all faculty members of department of MBA, 10th April 2019

 

MOOC COURSES

 

#  PROF.  PARUL AGGARWAL successfully completed NPTEL course on “PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT”, Dec. 2019.

# PROF. PARUL AGGARWAL successfully completed COURSERA course on “INTERNATIONAL LEADERSHIP & ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (PURSUING), 2019.

 

# DR. KAMAL GUPTA successfully completed NPTEL course on “BUSINESS ANALYSIS USING R”, 2019.

 

# DR. SUNITA SHUKLA successfully completed NPTEL course on “PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT”, 2019.

 

# PROF. SACHIN SINHA successfully completed NPTEL course on “FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND MARKET”, 2019.

# PROF. PARUL  AGGARWAL successfully completed NPTEL course on “PERFORMANCE & REWARD MANAGEMENT”, 2019.

# DR. SUNITA SHUKLA successfully completed NPTEL course on “DESIGN THINKING A PRIMER”, 2019.

# Prof. Sana Vakeel successfully completed NPTEL course on 'Marketing Research and Analysis' in November 2019.

 

ALUMNI DETAILS (2019)

Sr.No

Roll No

Student Name

Company Name

1

1722270002

ABHIMANYU PATEL

HDFC Bank

2

1722270003

ALAPAN DAS

MarkNtels Advisors

3

1722270004

ANISH KUMAR

Sampurna Strategies

4

1722270005

ANURAG KUMAR

Rentomojo

5

1722270006

ASHVANI SINGH

Just Dial

6

1722270007

ATUL KUMAR PANDEY

Rentomojo

7

1722270008

AVANISH KUMAR

Sampurna Strategies

8

1722270009

DANISH FAROOQ BHAT

 

9

17222700010

DHIRAJ KUMAR

Just Dial

10

1722270011

DIVYANSHI GUPTA

Just Dial

11

1722270012

FIROZ KHAN

Just Dial

12

1722270014

GOVIND KUMAR

Riemen Solutions

13

1722270015

JASEEM KHAN

Just Dial

14

1722270016

JAYA BHOMIK

Sampurna Strategies

15

1722270018

KAMAL KISHOR MEHTA

Just Dial

16

1722270019

KAPIL KUMAR

Just Dial

17

1722270027

MOHD FAIZAN ANSARI

Just Dial

18

1722270029

PRABHAT KUMAR

Rentomojo

19

1722270032

PUSHPAM KUMAR

HDFC Bank

20

1722270034

RAJESH THAKUR

Agaston Mobile

21

1722270037

ROHIT KUMAR

Rentomojo

22

1722270038

SAURABH KUMAR

Indusind Bank

23

1722270039

SHACHI SARASWAT

Sampurna Strategies

24

1722270041

SHEKH MANJUR ALAM

HDFC Bank

25

1722270042

SHIVAM KUMAR SINGH

Rentomojo

26

1722270044

SHWARAJ KUMAR JHA

Just Dial

27

1722270046

SNEHA RAJ

Just Dial

28

1722270047

SYED ZAARA JAMEEL

MarkNtel Advisors

29

1722270048

UTKARSH SINGH

Just Dial

30

1722270050

VIPIN KUMAR

JustDial

31

1722270051

ZEBA MAHZBEEN

MarkNtel Advisors

Companies visited for MBA Placement:

S.No.

Batch 2016-18

Batch 2017-19

1

Karvi Stock Brokings

FCS Software Solutions

2

Gold Plus Glass

Insplore Consultants Pvt. Ltd.

3

Tommy Hilfiger

Hanu software

4

Munsif Commerce

Finamigo Consultants Pvt. Ltd.

5

Samarth Lifestyle

BYJU's The Learning App

6

Skil Rock Technologies

R Systems

7

Genpact

Sampurna Strategies

8

Somic ZF component

Ignited Future India Pvt. Ltd.

9

Data Resolve

Extramarks

10

Deific Consultancy services

Just Dial

11

Authbridge pvt. Ltd.

Buniyad Real Estate Services

12

Asia and Africa

Ginger Webs

13

IndiaMart

India Lends

14

Zopper

Naukri.com

15

S-curious research

Calvin Klein

16

Indusind bank

Tommy Hilfiger

17

Advik Solutions

Zycus

18

Progressive Infotech

360 Degree

19

Investors Planner

Pinnacle Technology

20

Webkul

MarkNtel Advisors LLP

21

Kartvi Group Ltd.

Accrual Intelligence Manuals India

22

Infinite Health Services

Agatsa Software

23

I Boss Tech Solutions

Acquaviva India Pvt. Ltd

24

Om Logistics

Asahi India Glass Ltd.

25

ILFS Education

NetcoreInfo Business Services

26

Oppo Mobiles

Tech Mahindra

27

FACE

Store Hippo

28

Integrated Tech9labs

Reservoir Financial

29

App Amplify

Ten Times Pvt. Ltd.

30

SPACE

TECH U GO PVT LTD

31

Suncore Microsystem

Infinizi Consulting Pvt. Ltd.

32

Tata Capital Housing Finance

CloudShope Technologies Pvt Ltd

33

Mobiliotte

99acres.com

34

Limitless Mobility Unlimited

Zappfresh

35

Squareyards

Target Integration Consultancy

36

Haichong Vivo Mobiles

Shivani Locks Pvt. Ltd

NewGen IEDC

 NewGen IEDC at ITS Engineering College is an organization geared towards speeding up the growth and success of startup and early stage companies. NewGen IEDC has a mission to “promote knowledge based and technology-driven start-ups by harnessing young minds and their innovation potential in an academic environment” In view of this, the National Science & Technology Entrepreneurship Development (NSTEDB), Department of Science & Technology (DST), has taken an initiative of introducing this scheme for setting up “New Generation Innovation & Entrepreneurship Development Centers (NewGen IEDCs)” being implemented by Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII), Ahmedabad.In this initiative DST is providing a grant of Rs. 2.87 cr over a  period of 5 year.

With the establishment of NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College, Undergraduate students, Post graduate students, doctoral students, alumni and faculties at NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College would be entertained to convert their business ideas into successful commercial or social ventures.

NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College offers integrated, customized Innovation-Based Incubation support services for potential high investable entrepreneurs and enterprises.  It scouts for innovative entrepreneurs, builds on ideation leading to develop a business concepts, provides skills and competencies trough capacity building/ training programs towards building effective enterprises.

We at NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College, often provide a good path to capital from angel investors, state governments, economic-development coalitions and other investors. At NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College, your business not only gets access to a potential buffet of capital choices, but also a host of intangible benefits including mentorship, expertise and networking.

For those entrepreneurs who have just launched out and are running into roadblocks, we offer integrated support services through our network of national and international service providers in the space of know-how and technology, business development and linkages with strategic partners/mentors. We also offer a unique combination of impact investor and venture capital support in accelerator facilitation. Regulatory, financial and administrative help form part of the services, and networking opportunities with potential investors, practitioners and collaborators are endless.


ME

ITSEC Newsletter

 Reflection, Vol 2, 2019

                                                 FROM THE DESK OF THE H.O.D. (ME DEPARTMENT)

Dear Readers

Last three decades have been very significant as far as the impact of Technology on Society is concerned. Ability to send information of any type, anywhere, and  anytime has altered the way societies live and transact their businesses, be it education, production of goods, selling of goods, entertainment, managing house hold, education, information transaction between individuals, individual to masses, health care, governance etc. Every aspect of social order is getting affected, this is only the beginning of changes in a Technology driven Society. What technology holds for the Society is any one’s guess? Some of the scientists and thinkers have tried to predict what science and technology holds for us, say by 2030. Michio Kaku (Great Physicist of our time) expresses in his book ‘Physics of the Future’ and video lecture ‘The world in 2030’ (You Tube), a glimpse of technology driven society and our role in it. This is just decade plus away.

 To stay relevant as an engineer, or as a technologist, or as a scientist in tomorrow’s society is not going to be easy for any student. Therefore, effective utilisation of four years for any student in the institute has become very crucial. One can choose to improve upon their class room participation by doing following: 

·  Asking questions.

·  Studying together.

·  Not blaming your Professor.

·  Being prepared to work hard but know your limits.

·  Getting involved with the work.

·  Taking notes. (Do not use electronic devices)

·  Taking pride in your work.

·  Not under estimating yourself.

Above points will help you in grooming yourself with the set of skills that will be imperative for engineers of tomorrow.

I welcome faculty members and undergraduate students who have joined the department during the current academic year. I hope they value their time and utilise departmental facilities optimally. The focus of assessment has been ‘outcome based education (OBE)’. Let’s have good time during the semester. Good luck and Good Bye.

Dr. Sanjay Yadav  (H.O.D. ME Department)

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

VISION of Department

To be recognized as a centre of excellence to produce skilled, creative and ethical engineers to meet the challenging requirements of Mechanical industries.

MISSION of Department

M-1: To provide quality technical education in the field of Mechanical Engineering.

M-2: Making Mechanical Engineering department preferable destination for admissions.

M-3: To create competent professionals who are trained in the design & implementation of Mechanical Systems.

M-4: To provide continuous improvement in quality of academics and creating professional ethical values.

M-5: Making Mechanical Engineering department a learning and responsive centre through learning centric approach.

M-6: To promote the centre of excellence in teaching and to nurture the spirit of innovation and creativity among faculty and students.

Program Educational Objectives

PEO-1: To prepare competent Mechanical Engineering graduates with strong Mathematics, Basic Science and Engineering fundamentals for successful career in Industry/Research and Development/ Entrepreneurship /Higher studies.

PEO-2: To provide students the in-depth knowledge and skills to identify, formulate and solve mechanical engineering problems related to applied mechanics and design, fluid mechanics and thermal science, manufacturing and industrial engineering.

PEO-3: To develop the students’ analytical, scientific and engineering depth to design and conduct experiments as well as to analyze and interpret the data related to Mechanical Engineering.

PEO-4: To develop self motivated graduates with the ability to excel in multi disciplinary group, both as team members and as leaders to comprehend and analyze engineering problems and relating them with real life situations.

PEO-5: To inculcate effective communication and interpersonal skills through creating an opportunity to work in group with a broad understanding of the ethics of the profession and respect for intellectual property.

PEO-6: To develop self-learning ability in Mechanical Engineering graduates by inculcating the philosophy of continuous learning and innovation for career advancement.

 

Program Outcomes

PO-1: Ability to apply knowledge of Mathematics, Science and Engineering fundamentals for the solution of mechanical engineering problems.

PO-2: Graduate will demonstrate the ability to identify, formulate and analyze problems related to applied mechanics and design, fluid and thermal science, manufacturing and industrial Engineering.

PO-3: Graduate will demonstrate their ability to design mechanical systems, conduct experiments with mechanical systems, analyze and interpret the data.

PO-4: Graduate will be familiar with modern engineering tools and software for solving mechanical engineering problems.

PO-5: Graduate will be aware of ethical, social and environmental aspect of engineering solutions on the society.

PO-6: Graduate will be able to communicate effectively along with the ability to perform as an individual or leader in multidisciplinary team. 

PO-7: Graduate will demonstrate the knowledge of managerial and professional skills for successful implementation of projects.

PO-8: Graduate will demonstrate their ability of self-learning in technological changing environment along with the ability to perform in competitive examinations and tests.

ALUMINUS (2019 BATCH)

S.NO.

NAME OF STUDENT

NAME OF COMPANY

1

RAJEEV RANJAN

RELIANCE RETAIL CSCM

2

NITISH SHARMA

RELIANCE RETAIL CSCM

3

SASWAT VERMA

RELIANCE RETAIL CSCM

4

SUDEEP GAURAV

RELIANCE RETAIL CSCM

5

SARTHAK SHARMA

RELIANCE RETAIL CSCM

6

KUNAL VASHISHTHA

RELIANCE RETAIL CSCM

7

ADITYA DHANRAJ

JBM GROUP

8

PRINCE KUMAR RAI

JBM GROUP

9

UJJWAL KUMAR SINGH

EAST INDIA TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD.

10

AASHISH MALIK

SHIVANI LOCKS PVT. LTD.

11

PANKAJ KUMAR

ANJANI TECHNOPLAST

12

SANDEEP SINGH

GOLD PLUS

13

SACHIN BURMAN

GOLD PLUS

14

AJAY KUMAR

GOLD PLUS

15

GAURAV YADAV

GOLD PLUS

16

NITIN KUMAR

ZENUS GROUP

17

PAWAN KUMAR RAJ

ACADECRAFT PVT. LTD.

18

PRASHANT SAHU

ACADECRAFT PVT. LTD.

19

PEEYUSH KUMAR SINGH

AMPERES ENERGY SOLUTION

20

AMBIKESH PANDEY

MANIK ENGINEERS

21

SALIMAHMED SAIFI

INFINIZI CONSULTING PVT. LTD.

22

TUSHAR SINGH

INFINIZI CONSULTING PVT. LTD.

23

AKASH KUMAR MAURYA

VIVO MOBILE INDIA PVT. LTD.

24

AMRIT RAY

VAK LIGHTING INDIA

25

HEMANT KUMAR

KIRAN UDYOG PVT. LTD.

26

MD. AFROZ ANSARI

KIRAN UDYOG PVT. LTD.

27

MD. FAHAD

KIRAN UDYOG PVT. LTD.

28

PRINCE KUMAR

KIRAN UDYOG PVT. LTD.

29

ASHUTOSH KUMAR SINGH

KIRAN UDYOG PVT. LTD.

30

ATAL KUMAR

ACCORD ELECTROPOWER PVT. LTD.


STUDENTS’S ACHIEVEMENTS

 

·   49 students successfully completed the NPTEL Certification in May, 2019.

·   38 students successfully completed the NPTEL Certification in Dec, 2019.

·  2nd year Mechanical Engineering students completed 4 week summer internship program for "AutoCad & Solidwork" from 10/06/2019 to 05/07/2019

·  Mr. Brijesh Kumar and Student Alqma Raza (ME 2015-19 Batch) has successfully completed the NPTEL Certificate course on “Mechanics of Machining from Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati in Elite Category (top 5% of certified candidates).

  • Following Students win the prize in AKTU ZONAL LEVEL FEST

 

Event Name : Project Exhibition 

     Position: First Prize 

     Students: Mr. Narsinga Ram ( 2nd Year - B.Tech CE) & Mr. Nitesh Kumar Singh ( 2nd Year  - B.Tech CE)

     Mentor :  Mr. Praveen Kumar Yadav (Assistant Professor - CE)

 

  Event Name : Robo War 

     Position: First Prize 

     Students : Mr. Syed Yusuf Amin ( 3rd Year - B.Tech ME) & Syed Faisal Hussain ( 3rd Year - B.Tech ME)

     Mentor:  Mr. Mahip Singh  (Assistant Professor - ME)

 

·  All students of Mechanical Engineering Department take part in Project making and Poster Presentation in Techtrix -2019.

·  Many Students of Mechanical Engineering are working on projects UNDER NEW GEN IEDC CELL.

Mechanical Engineering 3rd Year Students made E - Smart bike and win the 1ST  Prize in Techtrix-2019 and university Technical fest 2019 and also win 2nd prize in Dr. Kalam startup Parikrama Edition 29 Pitching competition. 

EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES OF ME DEPARTMENT:

SMC MECHATRONICS CUP ORGANISED (MECH. DEPT, 13 JULY 2019)


EXPERT TALK ON SOLAR AWARENESS AND ITS FUTURE (ME DEPARTMENT, 9 AUGUST 2019)


INDUSTRIAL VISIT ORGANIZED FOR 3RD YEAR STUDENTS AT MITA INDIA, CBM GROUP (MECH DEPARTMENT, 14 AUGUST 2019)


Techtrix – 2019 ( ME DEPARTMENT, 18 OCT. 2019)


FACULTY CORNER

A.  INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

·  Akant Kumar Singh and Siddhartha, “Development and investigation on transmission efficiency of functionally graded materials based Polybutylene terephthalate spur gears”, Journal of Engineering Tribology, DOI: 10.1177/1350650119886233, 2019. Accepted(I-MechE UK, A SCIE Journal, Impact Factor: 1.137). ISSN: 1350-6501

·  Akant Kumar Singh, Siddhartha and Sanjay Yadav, “Mechanical and Fracture peculiarity of polypropylene-based functionally graded materials manufactured via injection molding”, International Polymer Processing, 34(5), 573-585, 2019. (Carl Hanser Verlag Germany, A SCI Journal, Impact Factor: 0.942). ISSN0930-777X

·  Akant Kumar Singh and Siddhartha, “An investigation on the mechanical and thermal performance of a novel functionally graded materials based thermoplastic composites”, Journal of Thermoplastic Composite Materials, 2018, DOI: 10.1177/0892705718805124 (Sage Publications UK, A SCIE Journal, Impact Factor: 1.343ISSN: 0892-7057

·  Akant Kumar Singh, Sanjay Yadav, Siddhartha “A comparative analysis of transmission efficiency of Polyamide 66 spur gears meshing with similar and dissimilar gear material”, International Conference on Innovative Technologies in Mechanical Engineering Oct. 18th – 19th, 2019 at KIET Ghaziabad. 

·  Bhupesh Ojha “Geometry optimization of magneto rheological damper based magnetic saturation”, International Conference on Innovative Technologies in Mechanical Engineering Oct. 18th – 19th, 2019 at KIET Ghaziabad.

·  Akant Kumar Singh, Sanjay Yadav, Siddhartha “Mechanical peculiarity of nano BN filled polyester based homogeneous nanocomposites and their FGMs – A comparative study”, 2nd International Conference on Computational & Experimental Methods in Mechanical Engineering (ICCEMME - 2019), May 03-05, 2019 at GL Bajaj Engineering College Greater Noida.

·  Sanjay YadavAkant Kumar Singh, Siddhartha “Optimization of the operating parameters to minimize gear tooth wear rate and surface temperature of glass fiber filled HDPE based homogeneous and FGM gears”, 2nd International Conference on Computational & Experimental Methods in Mechanical Engineering (ICCEMME - 2019), May 03-05, 2019 at GL Bajaj Engineering College Greater Noida.

·  Akant Kumar Singh, Siddhartha, Sanjay Yadav, Prashant Kumar Singh “Transmission efficiency of functionally graded material based HDPE spur gears”, 9th International Conference on Materials Processing and Characterization (ICMPC 2019), March 08-10, 2019 at GRIET, Hyderabad, ISSN No.: 2214-7853.

·  Amit Kumar Gupta, Madan Mohan Puram. “Fabrication of composites(AA-6083-T6/SiC) by using Friction Stir Processing”. Published in International conference on Innovative Technologies in Mechanical Engineering from 18-19 October 2019.

·  Aseem Mishra, Harsh Gupta. “Group Preventive maintenance Model for Multi-unit series system: A TLBO Algorithm Based Approach”. Published in International conference on Innovative Technologies in Mechanical Engineering from 18-19 October 2019.

·  Brijesh Kumar and Chetan Dixit. “Experimental Investigation of Parameters which affects the leakage flux in Magnetic Particle testing”. Published in International conference on Innovative Technologies in Mechanical Engineering from 18-19 October 2019.

 

B.  FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS/ SEMINAR/ WORKSHOP ATTENDED

·  FDP on “Next Generation Materials and Manufacturing”, at IMS, Ghaziabad, Bhupesh Ojha, ME Department, 16-28 Dec, 2019.

·  FDP on “Manufacturing Processes”, at IIT, Kanpur, Harsh Gupta, ME Department, 21-25 August, 2019.

·  FDP on “Manufacturing Processes”, at IIT, Kanpur, Brijesh Kumar, ME Department, 21-25 August, 2019.

·  Short Term Course on “Modern Measurements and Diagnostic Application in Fluid and Thermal Engineering”, at IIT, ROORKEE, Amit Kumar Gupta, ME Department, 09-13 Nov., 2019.

·  FDP on “Advancements in Manufacturing of composite Materials and Their Mechanical and Tribological Aspects”, at ITSEC, Greater Noida, Harsh Gupta, ME Department, 21-25 Jan, 2019.

·  FDP on “Advancements in Manufacturing of composite Materials and Their Mechanical and Tribological Aspects”, at ITSEC, Greater Noida, Rohan Srivastava, ME Department, 21-25 Jan, 2019.

·  FDP on “Advancements in Manufacturing of composite Materials and Their Mechanical and Tribological Aspects”, at ITSEC, Greater Noida, Amit Kumar Gupta, ME Department, 21-25 Jan, 2019.

·  FDP on “Advancements in Manufacturing of composite Materials and Their Mechanical and Tribological Aspects”, at ITSEC, Greater Noida, Dr. Akant Kumar Singh, ME Department, 21-25 Jan, 2019.

·  FDP on “Advancements in Manufacturing of composite Materials and Their Mechanical and Tribological Aspects”, at ITSEC, Greater Noida, Rathin Dutta, ME Department, 21-25 Jan, 2019.

·  FDP on “Advancements in Manufacturing of composite Materials and Their Mechanical and Tribological Aspects”, at ITSEC, Greater Noida, Kushal Pal Singh, ME Department, 21-25 Jan, 2019.

·  FDP on “Advancements in Manufacturing of composite Materials and Their Mechanical and Tribological Aspects”, at ITSEC, Greater Noida, Neha Gupta, ME Department, 21-25 Jan, 2019.

·  FDP on “Advancements in Manufacturing of composite Materials and Their Mechanical and Tribological Aspects”, at ITSEC, Greater Noida, Brijesh Kumar, ME Department, 21-25 Jan, 2019.

·  FDP on “Advancements in Manufacturing of composite Materials and Their Mechanical and Tribological Aspects”, at ITSEC, Greater Noida, Chetan Dixit, ME Department, 21-25 Jan, 2019.

·  FDP on “Advancements in Manufacturing of composite Materials and Their Mechanical and Tribological Aspects”, at ITSEC, Greater Noida, Bhupesh ojha, ME Department, 21-25 Jan, 2019.

 

C.  MOOC COURSES

·  VIVEK KUMAR successfully completed NPTEL-AICTE “Product Design Using Value Engineering” Course by Inderdeep Singh in July- Dec 2019.

·  Harsh Gupta successfully completed NPTEL-AICTE “Product Design Using Value Engineering” Course by Inderdeep Singh in July- Dec 2019.

·  ROHAN SRIVASTAVA successfully completed NPTEL-AICTE “Product Design Using Value Engineering” Course by Inderdeep Singh in July- Dec 2019.

·  KUNAL KUMAR SINGH successfully completed NPTEL-AICTE “ENGINEERING MECHANICS” Course in July- Dec 2019.

·  Neha Gupta successfully completed NPTEL-AICTE “Engineering Metrology” Course in July- Dec 2019.

·  Amit Kumar Gupta successfully completed NPTEL-AICTE “Manufacturing of Composites” Course in July- Dec 2019.

·  Chetan Dixit successfully completed NPTEL-AICTE “Principle of Metal Forming Technology” Course in July- Dec 2019.

·  Brijesh Kumar successfully completed NPTEL-AICTE “Principle of Metal Forming Technology” Course in July- Dec 2019.

·  Bhupesh Ojha successfully completed NPTEL-AICTE “Fluid Machines” Course in July- Dec 2019.

·  Brijesh Kumar successfully completed NPTEL-AICTE “Welding Metallurgy” Course in July- Dec 2019.

·  Manvendra Yadav successfully completed NPTEL-AICTE “Manufacturing of Composites” Course in July- Dec 2019.

·  Dr. Ekant Kumar Singh successfully completed NPTEL-AICTE “Manufacturing of Composites” Course in July- Dec 2019.

 

 

NewGen IEDC

NewGen IEDC at ITS Engineering College is an organization geared towards speeding up the growth and success of startup and early stage companies. NewGen IEDC has a mission to “promote knowledge based and technology-driven start-ups by harnessing young minds and their innovation potential in an academic environment” In view of this, the National Science & Technology Entrepreneurship Development (NSTEDB), Department of Science & Technology (DST), has taken an initiative of introducing this scheme for setting up “New Generation Innovation & Entrepreneurship Development Centers (NewGen IEDCs)” being implemented by Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII), Ahmedabad.In this initiative DST is providing a grant of Rs. 2.87 cr over a  period of 5 year.

With the establishment of NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College, Undergraduate students, Post graduate students, doctoral students, alumni and faculties at NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College would be entertained to convert their business ideas into successful commercial or social ventures.

NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College offers integrated, customized Innovation-Based Incubation support services for potential high investable entrepreneurs and enterprises.  It scouts for innovative entrepreneurs, builds on ideation leading to develop a business concepts, provides skills and competencies trough capacity building/ training programs towards building effective enterprises.

We at NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College, often provide a good path to capital from angel investors, state governments, economic-development coalitions and other investors. At NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College, your business not only gets access to a potential buffet of capital choices, but also a host of intangible benefits including mentorship, expertise and networking.

For those entrepreneurs who have just launched out and are running into roadblocks, we offer integrated support services through our network of national and international service providers in the space of know-how and technology, business development and linkages with strategic partners/mentors. We also offer a unique combination of impact investor and venture capital support in accelerator facilitation. Regulatory, financial and administrative help form part of the services, and networking opportunities with potential investors, practitioners and collaborators are endless.

 

CSE

ITSEC Newsletter

Reflection, Vol 3, 2019

                                             FROM THE DESK OF THE H.O.D. (CSE DEPARTMENT)

Dear Readers

Computing is changing the way we think and work, and plays a significant role not only in solving different kinds of engineering and technological problems but also in satisfying societal needs such as health care. Consequently, great advances have taken place in the field of computer science and engineering, bringing together the understanding of the scientific and technological foundations of computing, the concepts of software and hardware as well as those of communication technologies. The Department of Computer Science and Engineering endeavours to contribute to these advances through teaching and research in this field. The present newsletter attempts to present the Department and its activities for general information to all concerned.

 

Dr. Ashish Kumar (H.O.D. CSE Department)


COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

 Vision

To be recognized as one of the focused Engineering Department imparting quality education among all the colleges at state and national level

 

Mission

Ø  To promote technical proficiency by adopting effective teaching learning processes.

Ø  To provide environment & opportunity for students to bring out their inherent talents for their all round development.

Ø  To pursue creative and new technologies in Computer Science and Engineering and across disciplines in order to serve the needs of industry, government, society, and the scientific community.

Ø  To educate students to be successful, ethical, and effective problem solvers and lifelong learners who will contribute positively to the society.

Ø   

Program learning objectives

 

Ø  Our graduates will be computer science professionals, practitioners, innovators, entrepreneurs and leaders, who will solve industries technological problems and contribute in technological development.

Ø  Our graduates will pursue higher education and a career in teaching or research.

Ø  Our graduates will contribute in the economic growth of the country

Ø  Our graduates will be socially aware and responsible technocrats


Program Learning outcomes:

PO1: Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO2: Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO3: Design/Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO4: Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO5: Modern Tools Usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO6: The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

PO7: Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO9: Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

PO11: Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

PO12: Life-long Learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Learning Outcomes

 

PSO1: An ability to specify, design, develop, test and manage reliable and efficient computer based systems as per customer requirements.

PSO2: An ability to use current technologies 

ALUMINIS 2019

Sr No

Roll No

Name

Company Placed

1

1522210167

Swati Juyal

Applets Technology

2

1522210069

Keshav Dutt Tripathi

Edfora Infotech Pvt. Ltd.

3

1522210098

Nishant Saxena

Zimozi Solutions

4

1522210143

Shikha Melkani

Zimozi Solutions

5

1522210092

Najmul Hasan

360 Degree Cloud

6

1522210149

Shivam Bajaj

360 Degree Cloud

7

1522210006

Abhilasha Saini

360 Degree Cloud

8

1522210138

Saurabh Dogra

360 Degree Cloud

9

1522210020

Aiman Ejaz

To the New

10

1522210005

Abhijeet Mishra

To the New

11

1573910010

Anindya Guha

To the New

12

1522210012

Abhishek Maurya

To the New

13

1522210019

Agrim Gaur

Idemia

14

1522210044

Ashwani Kr. Bachchan

Idemia

15

1522210052

GAURAV NAG

Idemia

16

1522210054

Gulshan Kumar

Idemia

17

1522210059

Himanshu Sharma

Idemia

18

1522210083

Mayank Kumar Jindal

Idemia

19

1522210158

Shubham Mahajan

Idemia

20

1522210008

Abhishek Gaur

TCS

21

1522210016

Aditya Kumar Chaurasia

TCS

22

1522210005

Abhijeet Mishra

TCS

23

1573910045

Shrey Kaushik

TCS

24

1522210167

Swati Juyal

TCS

25

1522210143

Shikha Melkani

Webkul Software

26

1522210013

Abhishek Rana

Webkul Software

27

1522210032

Ankit Pandey

Webkul Software

28

1522210161

Siddhartha

Webkul Software

29

1522210054

Gulshan Kumar

Webkul Software

30

1522210042

Ashish Rawat

Webkul Software

31

1522210053

Gopi Kumar

Phoeniixx Designs Pvt Ltd

32

1522210024

Aman Kumar

Phoeniixx Designs Pvt Ltd

33

1522210105

Pragya Kashyap

Phoeniixx Designs Pvt Ltd

34

1522210065

Kamlesh Kumar

Phoeniixx Designs Pvt Ltd

35

1522210010

Abhishek kumar

Phoeniixx Designs Pvt Ltd

36

1522210137

Sapna Rani

Phoeniixx Designs Pvt Ltd

37

1522210077

Kumari Shishti

Phoeniixx Designs Pvt Ltd

38

1522210075

Kuldeep Singh

Phoeniixx Designs Pvt Ltd

39

1522210130

Rishabh Kumar Jain

Hanu Software

40

1522210176

Utkarsh Rai

Extramarks

41

1522210078

Kunal Kumar

Extramarks

42

1522210152

Shivam Pratap Singh

Extramarks

43

1522210057

Harshit Tiwari

Extramarks

44

1522210047

Deepak Prajapati

Successive Software

45

1522210098

Nishant Saxena

Successive Software

46

1522210162

Simran Kamra

Successive Software

47

1522210076

Kumar Kingsukh

ANR Software Pvt. Ltd.

48

1522210187

Vishal Mehra

ANR Software Pvt. Ltd.

49

1522210048

Devanshu Pawan Mishra

ANR Software Pvt. Ltd.

50

1522210086

Mohammad Saad

ANR Software Pvt. Ltd.

51

1522210151

Shivam Mittal

ANR Software Pvt. Ltd.

52

1522210123

Rashi Bhatnagar

NextGen

53

1573910048

Soumy Sharma

NextGen

54

1522210021

Akriti Sharma

NextGen

55

1522210076

Kumar Kingsukh

Skilrock Technologies

56

1522210017

Aditya Prakash

Future Developer

57

1522210057

Harshit Tiwari

Trident Information

58

1522210055

Hariom Pandey

Trident Information

59

1522210162

Simran Kamra

NIIT Technologies

60

1522210105

Pragya Kashyap

NIIT Technologies

61

1522210169

Tahseen Ahmad

NIIT Technologies

62

1522210056

Harpreet Kaur

NIIT Technologies

63

1522210100

Nitya Chauhan

NIIT Technologies

64

1522210034

Ankita Sharan

Data Nova

65

1522210063

JUNED KHAN

Data Nova

66

1522210035

Ankur Gautam

Data Nova

67

1522210176

Utkarsh Rai

Data Nova

68

1522210151

Shivam Mittal

Data Nova

69

1522210152

Shivam Pratap Singh

Data Nova

70

1522210066

Karan Shreshta

Data Nova

71

1522210037

Anshu Chauhan

Data Nova

72

1522210022

Akshay Kumar

FCS Software Solution

73

1522210171

Tanushri Tyagi

FCS Software Solution

74

1522210014

Abhishek Singh

FCS Software Solution

75

1522210097

Nilendu Kashyap

FCS Software Solution

76

1522210093

Naved Khan

FCS Software Solution

77

1522210009

Abhishek Kasaudhan

FCS Software Solution

78

1522210106

Prakhar Choueby

Zenus Group

79

1522210187

Vishal Mehra

Zenus Group

80

1522210089

Mritunjay Kumar

Zenus Group

81

1522210063

JUNED KHAN

Progressive

82

1522210035

Ankur Gautam

Progressive

83

1522210152

Shivam Pratap Singh

Progressive

84

1522210001

Aakanksha Sharma

Cognizant

85

1522210076

Kumar Kingsukh

Cognizant

86

1522210083

Mayank Kumar Jindal

Cognizant

87

1522210086

Mohammad Saad

Cognizant

88

1522210100

Nitya Chauhan

Cognizant

89

1522210083

Mayank Kumar Jindal

Hughes Systique

90

1522210011

Abhishek Kumar

AVL India Pvt. Ltd.

91

1522210056

Harpreet Kaur

Target Integration

92

1522210057

Harshit Tiwari

Target Integration

93

1522210024

Aman Kumar

Senior World

94

1522210093

Naved Khan

Infinizi Consulting Pvt Ltd

95

1522210096

Nikhil Tyagi

Infinizi Consulting Pvt Ltd

96

1573910044

Shobhit Kumar Gupta

Infinizi Consulting Pvt Ltd

97

1522210180

Veena Singh

MYBOX Technologies

98

1522210006

Abhilasha Saini

Cloudshope Technology

99

1522210135

Sahil Bhasin

Cloudshope Technology

100

1522210101

Pankaj Jaisawal

HIC IT Solution & Services Pvt. Ltd.

101

1522210093

Naved Khan

HIC IT Solution & Services Pvt. Ltd.

102

1522210015

Aditi Verma

HIC IT Solution & Services Pvt. Ltd.

103

1522210051

Gagan Mittal

United Health Group

104

1522210037

Anshu Chauhan

Mind MotherSon Infotech

105

1522210032

Ankit Pandey

Netcoreinfo Business Services

106

1522210155

Shivansh Jaiswal

Koyo Electronics India Pvt. Ltd.

107

1522210126

Ravina Bhandari

Koyo Electronics India Pvt. Ltd.

108

1522210127

Richa Sinha

Webmobril

109

1522210119

RAJAN SINGH

Appinventiv

110

1522210004

Abhay Pandey

Algo India

111

1522210106

Prakhar Choueby

Optimon

112

1522210094

Navneet Choudhary

Tech Mahindra

113

1522210173

Tarun Rawat

Tech Mahindra

114

1522210120

Raman Garg

AG Trading Co

115

1522210131

Rohan Bhardwaj

Capgemini

116

1522210024

Aman Kumar

Capgemini

117

1522210046

Avinash Kumar

NTT Data

118

1522210048

Devanshu Pawan Mishra

NTT Data

119

1522210055

Hariom Pandey

Successive Technology

120

1522210170

Tanmay Kumar

College Duniya

121

1522210075

Kuldeep Singh

Tech U Go

 

 

STUDENTS’S ACHIEVEMENTS

1. Altaf Khan awarded with participation certificate for attending one day workshop on "ETHICAL HACKING".

2. Khushboo Gupta achieved 3rd position in "PROJECT EXHIBITIONS".

3. Sankalp Suman attended workshop on "INFORMATION SECURITY".

4. Mohd. Aman attended workshop on "BIG DATA HADOOP".

5. Mohd. Aman participater in the competition conducted by CSI.

6. Altaf Khan attended one day workshop on "E-MOBILITY" and received participation certificate.



EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES OF CSE DEPARTMENT

 

S.No.

Event Name

Description

Organised/Coordinated By

1

FDP

Faculty of CSE attended a FDP on "BIG DATA ANALYTICS"

ABESIT, Ghaziabad

2

Workshop

A Workshop on UNIX server-"Sun Solaris" by Mr. Ajay Singh, Software Engineer

Wipro Technologies

3

One Day Workshop

ONE DAY WORKSHOP ON " ANDROID APPS DEVELOPMENT"

Mr. Devender Khari

4

Workshop

Faculty of CSE attended a Workshop on "Digital Marketing" in New Delhi

Hellomeets

5

Guest Lecture

Guest Lecture on " Internet of Things" by Mr. Kaushal Kumar, Technical Manager, eInfochips Pvt Ltd, Noida

Mr. Devesh garg

6

Intra college Event

Organized "Blood Donation Camp"

Mr. Abhishek Shivhare

7

Workshop

Workshop on "Big Data and iOT" by Mr. Satmeet Soin, CTO, Datreon

Mr. Mukesh jha

8

Visit

"Visit by FICE Representative", Mr. Ashish Sharma, Project Manager, FICE

Mr. Sachin Goel

9

Guest lecture

Organised a Guest Lecture on "Career Prospects in Testing" by Mr. Prem Phulke, AVP Engineering & Global BU Head-Testing

Saksoft, Noida

10

Special Sesion

Session Chaired on "Internet of things" of ICACDS-2016

Krishna Engg. College, Ghaziabad, UP

11

Guest Lecture

Organised a Guest Lecture on "Tools and techniques in data sciences" by Mr. Ajay Ohri

Data Scientist

12

Visit

Visit by "NEC Technologies"

Sh. Anil Gupta, CEO & MD, NEC Technologies

13

Workshop

Workkshop on "Data Science"

HCST, Mathura

14

Guest Lecture

Guest Lecture on "2017 Trends in IT Talent Acquisition: How to gear up" by Mr. Amit Bhardwaj HealthCare Sourcing Head of North America

Cognizant Technology Solutions

15

FDP

Organised a FDP on "Big data analytics"

Mr. K.P. Singh

16

College Event

A event organised "Talent Hunt for Codographer" coordinated by Mr. Santosh Kumar Ray

The Avant-Garde Society

17

Workshop

"Apps Development" Workshop and CoE Visit

Mr. Pankaj Kumar

18

FDP

Mani and Bhumika Pathak attended a FDP on "Android Developement fundamentals" "

KIET Ghaziabad

19

FDP

Bhawna Gupta and Santosh ray attended FDP on "ERP, SI, Cloud Computing"

GL Bajaj

20

FDP

Kuldeep malik attended FDP on "Computer Forensics & Cyber Crime"

GNIOT

21

College Event

Organised "World Yoga Day Celebration" by Acharya Yagya Dutt Sharma, Yogi Roshan Pathak

Mr. Sandeep Kumar

Faculty Corner:

Publication in International/National Journals & Conferences


S.No.

Title of paper

Name of journal/ Conference

National/International

Vol./Issue/Date

Author's Name

1

Analysing the Effects of Mobility Model on QoS in MANET

International Journal of Computer Applications

International

Vol. 180 No. 2, pp. 26-32, Dec. 2017

Amit Garg, Ashish Kumar, Amit Chaturvedi

2

Cryptanalysis and An Efficient More Secure Authentication Scheme with Provable Security and User Anonymity using Smart Card

International Journal of Security and Privacy, Wiley publications

International

communicated

Ajay Sahoo, Ashish Kumar

3

 Security in Wireless Network

ITSEC international journal of engineering sciences

International

ISSN 2349-9516,Vol.3, No.2 Jan 2018

Mukesh Kumar Jha, Santosh Ray

4

Analysis of Techniques and Methods for Automated EEG signal for Epilepsy Diagnosis: A Review

International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering

International

Vol .6, No. 4, pp. 429-439, 2017.

Sachin Goel

5

Agricultural Crop Yield Prediction Based on Hybrid Neuron Fuzzy Inference System

International Journal of Advanced Engineering Science and Technological Research (IJAESTR)

International

Vol 6, Issue 1 , March 2018, ISSN no. ISSN: 2321-1202

Mr. Devesh garg

6

A NOVEL APPROACH FOR FACE RECOGNITION USING DWT, 2D PCA and NEURAL NETWORK

International Journal of Advanced Engineering Science and Technological

International

Vol 6, Issue 1 , March 2018, ISSN: 2321-1202

Mr. Devesh garg

Apple iOS


R System


SALT


NewGen IEDC

 NewGen IEDC at ITS Engineering College is an organization geared towards speeding up the growth and success of startup and early stage companies. NewGen IEDC has a mission to “promote knowledge based and technology-driven start-ups by harnessing young minds and their innovation potential in an academic environment” In view of this, the National Science & Technology Entrepreneurship Development (NSTEDB), Department of Science & Technology (DST), has taken an initiative of introducing this scheme for setting up “New Generation Innovation & Entrepreneurship Development Centers (NewGen IEDCs)” being implemented by Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII), Ahmedabad.In this initiative DST is providing a grant of Rs. 2.87 cr over a  period of 5 year.

With the establishment of NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College, Undergraduate students, Post graduate students, doctoral students, alumni and faculties at NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College would be entertained to convert their business ideas into successful commercial or social ventures.

NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College offers integrated, customized Innovation-Based Incubation support services for potential high investable entrepreneurs and enterprises.  It scouts for innovative entrepreneurs, builds on ideation leading to develop a business concepts, provides skills and competencies trough capacity building/ training programs towards building effective enterprises.

We at NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College, often provide a good path to capital from angel investors, state governments, economic-development coalitions and other investors. At NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College, your business not only gets access to a potential buffet of capital choices, but also a host of intangible benefits including mentorship, expertise and networking.

For those entrepreneurs who have just launched out and are running into roadblocks, we offer integrated support services through our network of national and international service providers in the space of know-how and technology, business development and linkages with strategic partners/mentors. We also offer a unique combination of impact investor and venture capital support in accelerator facilitation. Regulatory, financial and administrative help form part of the services, and networking opportunities with potential investors, practitioners and collaborators are endless.

 

 

EEE

ITSEC Newsletter

Reflection, Vol 4, 2019

FROM THE DESK OF THE H.O.D. (EEE DEPARTMENT)

 

Dear Readers

It gives me immense pride and pleasure to lead the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department which provides an ideal blend of youthful enthusiasm and core professional experience for the budding electrical engineering aspirant. Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) is the front runner because of its recent recognition and adoption by all industries and academia, thereby gaining self-confidence of our students to compete successfully with all competitive disciplines. The field of Electrical and Electronic Engineering encompasses many technologies such as power systems, electrical machines, control systems, electromagnetic theory, and computer methods employed in all these areas, which have been among the fastest growing and most challenging technologies that enable the development of the modern society. The Department strives to provide a blend of fundamental core knowledge along with cutting edge developments to create an Electrical Engineer who can cope with the requirements of the Industry and also handle the demands of higher studies.  


The department encompasses a fine blend of renowned as well as young and dynamic faculties with a balanced mix from industry and academics. Most of the faculties have excellent track records and is drawn from leading institutes like IITs/NITs and other reputed universities.

The students get opportunities to excel in their academic achievements. The future holds many challenges. Apart from the regular curriculum the department strives to develop the students into intellectual prodigy.

The department conducts various programs under the departmental association such as Workshops, Technical Training, Symposium, Project-expo, Guest Lectures and Seminar by Experts from Industry and Academic background for constant knowledge up-gradation of staff and students.

The blend of good technical knowledge with equal measure of ethics and compassion is the aim that we strive to achieve.

We continue to play a leading role in our discipline which leads us towards creating in innovative and effective professional graduate community which would vivacious and provide continuous learning.

I extend my warm wishes to all budding Electrical Engineers.

Good Luck

Prof. Upendra Kumar Aggarwal (H.O.D. EEE Department)

ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

VISION of Department

To be a premier & value based department committed to excellence in preparing students for success in Electrical Engineering and Technology professions.

MISSION of Department

M-1: To provide quality teaching blended with practical engineering skills.

M-2: To prepare students to develop all round competitiveness.

M-3: To motivate faculty & students to do impactful research on social needs.

Program Educational Objectives

PEO-1: To provide students strong foundation in Basic Sciences, mathematics and basic engineering fundamentals.

PEO-2: To provide students the understanding capability of knowledge and skill to formulate, analyze and solve the problems of electrical and electronics engineering.

PEO-3: To develop the students analytical, scientific, engineering depth in terms of conducting experiment and to prepare report.

PEO-4: To develop the students to design Electrical and Electronics circuits and logic.

PEO-5: To train and provide the students a good scientific and engineering breadth to create ability to comprehend, understand and analyze engineering problems and relating them to real life.

PEO-6: To nurture the students as a true professional and for lifelong learner who can take and understand the challenges of today’s world inculcating effective communication, positive attitude, team work, leadership, adaptability, professional ethics, multidisciplinary approaches.

PEO-7: To make the students corporate ready and to succeed in industry, technical profession, higher education as well as a future entrepreneur.

Program Outcomes

PO-1: The students should come up with confidence in using their basic science and fundamental knowledge in the engineering applications.

PO-2: Graduate Electrical engineers will demonstrate their knowledge acquired in the lab work and project to identify and solve the engineering problems based on their engineering skills.

PO-3: The Electrical engineers will be able to work on the latest technology and area of research in the Electrical and Electronics engineering field.

PO-4: The Electrical engineers will be able to market himself/herself by the virtue of their strong human values, effective communication skills besides the technical knowledge.

PO-5: The Electrical engineers will be able to demonstrate their understanding of industrial psychology and social obligation keeping the environmental issues in safe guard while converting the innovative ideas / research into reality.

PO-6: The Electrical engineers will be able to work in a team and if required can coordinate and lead the team by his/her confidence, self learning and long learning attribute.

PO-7: Graduate Electrical engineers will be able to clear the national and international level of aptitude tests for engineers.

 

ALUMINIS 

S. No.

Roll No

Name

Company

1

1422221014

Niritishay Gupta

Gold Plus

2

1422221011

Kumer Singh

Gold Plus, Ankur Lights

3

1422221017

Prabhat Tiwari

Safe Engineering & Services Technologies

4

1422221020

Shivam Katiyar

Dhampura Sugar Mills

5

1422221007

Baljeet Singh

ADM Solar

6

1422221010

Kajul Sahu

LG Electronics

7

1422221021

Shreya Sharma

Honeywell Automation Pvt. Ltd.

8

1422221001

Aditya Kumar

ADM Solar

9

1322221068

Vishal Singh

Horizon Technologies

10

1422221004

Archit Chandra

Ankur Lamps & Lighting

11

1422221006

Autad Raja

Sundak Solar

12

1422221023

Usha

JNS Instruments Pvt. Ltd.

13

1422221003

Amrendra Pratap Singh

Sundak Solar

14

1422221002

Amit Kumar

Accord Electropower Pvt Ltd

STUDENTS’S ACHIEVEMENTS

 

·  4 Students of EEE have been selected for Industry Internship on Project based Training at  ST Microelectronics, Greater Noida. Students were Anuj Katiyar, 3rd Year, Srishti Kumari, 3rd Year, Aakash Gupta, 3rd Year, Harshit Singh, 2nd Year.

·  EEE student Asif Karim successfully completed NPTEL Certification on “Fundamental of Electrical Engineering”.

·  Expert lecture by Mr. Anurag Rai on Industrial Automation, “Need of Automation”,  on 7th September, 2019.

·  Harshit Singh , 2nd Year EEE has participated in Inter college Event as a student delegate in Indian International Science Festival , Lucknow, Harshit Singh , 2nd Year EEE during Oct 5-8, 2019

·  Harshit Singh has participated in “AKTU Start Up Parikrama”, AKTU, Bareilly, U.P., & reached till Final round.

Harshit Singh has also participated in “Business Plan Competition” Shark Bait organized by In-Cube, New Delhi Institution of Management, & reached till Final Round.

Won 1st Prize in Dr. Kalam Start – UP Parikrama -III Edition – Team –Anuj Katiyar ( IV Sem) & Sristi  Kumari ( EEE IV Sem), for the project on , “Healthy Pots”


EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES OF EEE DEPARTMENT:

IEEE PES Day Celebration



Engineer’s Day Celebration with Expert Talk & Quiz Competitions”-Dr. Manoj Kumar, Director-Project & Research, ST Microelectronics


ROBORACE


Workshop on “Solar Power Storage: Li-Ion Battery & Business Prospects”


FACULTY CORNER

 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL  PUBLICATIONS

 

·  Neha Mehta, SVAV Prasad, Dr.Leena Arya, "Experimental Validation of Minimax Entropy Principle in Ultrasound Images, International Journal of Recent Advances in Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Vol.12, No.1, pp.1-7, 2019. (Scopus Indexed Journal).

·  Neha Mehta, SVAV Prasad,Dr. Leena Arya, “Median Filter Driven Approach for Contrast Enhancement of Ultrasound Images: A Technical Note”, IJRECE Vol. 6 Issue 4, pp.818-823, Dec 2018.(ISSN: 2348-2281)


FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS/ SEMINAR/ WORKSHOP ATTENDED

 

·  One day Seminar on "MATLAB & Simulink for Predictive Analytics, Signal Processing & Controls Applications", Park Hotel, New Delhi, Dr. Leena Arya,   21st Feb, 2018.

·  IEEE International Seminar on " Smart Technologies for Smart City", STechSCity-2018 at ITS Engineering college, Upendra Agarwal, EEE Department, 19-20 April, 2018.

·  IEEE International Seminar on " Smart Technologies for Smart City", STechSCity-2018 at ITS Engineering college, Rajiv Ranjan, EEE Department, 19-20 April, 2018.

·  ITU Asia Pacific Center of Excellence International training programme on "Mobile Broadband Quality of Service" organized by ALTTC BSNL, Ghaziabad, Dr. Leena Arya, 1-5th May, 2018.

·  FDP on “Recent Trends in Electronic Circuits and Systems” at ITS Engineering College, Rajiv Ranjan, EEE Department, 09-13 Jul, 2018.

·  FDP on “Recent Trends in Electronic Circuits and Systems” at ITS Engineering College, Upendra Agarwal, EEE Department, 09-13 Jul, 2018.


NewGen IEDC

NewGen IEDC at ITS Engineering College is an organization geared towards speeding up the growth and success of startup and early stage companies. NewGen IEDC has a mission to “promote knowledge based and technology-driven start-ups by harnessing young minds and their innovation potential in an academic environment” In view of this, the National Science & Technology Entrepreneurship Development (NSTEDB), Department of Science & Technology (DST), has taken an initiative of introducing this scheme for setting up “New Generation Innovation & Entrepreneurship Development Centers (NewGen IEDCs)” being implemented by Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII), Ahmedabad.In this initiative DST is providing a grant of Rs. 2.87 cr over a  period of 5 year.

With the establishment of NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College, Undergraduate students, Post graduate students, doctoral students, alumni and faculties at NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College would be entertained to convert their business ideas into successful commercial or social ventures.

NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College offers integrated, customized Innovation-Based Incubation support services for potential high investable entrepreneurs and enterprises.  It scouts for innovative entrepreneurs, builds on ideation leading to develop a business concepts, provides skills and competencies trough capacity building/ training programs towards building effective enterprises.

We at NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College, often provide a good path to capital from angel investors, state governments, economic-development coalitions and other investors. At NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College, your business not only gets access to a potential buffet of capital choices, but also a host of intangible benefits including mentorship, expertise and networking.

For those entrepreneurs who have just launched out and are running into roadblocks, we offer integrated support services through our network of national and international service providers in the space of know-how and technology, business development and linkages with strategic partners/mentors. We also offer a unique combination of impact investor and venture capital support in accelerator facilitation. Regulatory, financial and administrative help form part of the services, and networking opportunities with potential investors, practitioners and collaborators are endless.

 

 

ECE

ITSEC Newsletter

Reflection, Vol 4, 2019

                                                  FROM THE DESK OF THE H.O.D. (ECE DEPARTMENT)

Dear Readers

Last three decades have been very significant as far as the impact of Technology on Society is concerned. Ability to send information of any type, anywhere, and  anytime has altered the way societies live and transact their businesses, be it education, production of goods, selling of goods, entertainment, managing house hold, education, information transaction between individuals, individual to masses, health care, governance etc. Every aspect of social order is getting affected, this is only the beginning of changes in a Technology driven Society. What technology holds for the Society is any one’s guess? Some of the scientists and thinkers have tried to predict what science and technology holds for us, say by 2030. Michio Kaku (Great Physicist of our time) expresses in his book ‘Physics of the Future’ and video lecture ‘The world in 2030’ (You Tube), a glimpse of technology driven society and our role in it. This is just decade plus away.

 To stay relevant as an engineer, or as a technologist, or as a scientist in tomorrow’s society is not going to be easy for any student. Therefore, effective utilisation of four years for any student in the institute has become very crucial. One can choose to improve upon their class room participation by doing following:   

·  Asking questions.

·  Studying together.

·  Not blaming your Professor.

·  Being prepared to work hard but know your limits.

·  Getting involved with the work.

·  Taking notes. (Do not use electronic devices)

·  Taking pride in your work.

·  Not under estimating yourself.

Above points will help you in grooming yourself with the set of skills that will be imperative for engineers of tomorrow. I welcome faculty members and undergraduate students who have joined the department during the current academic year. I hope they value their time and utilise departmental facilities optimally. Department has been accredited its undergraduate program by NBA for academic years 2017-18, 18-19 and 19-20. The focus of assessment has been ‘outcome based education (OBE)’. A buzz word for tomorrow’s engineering education in India. Our country has also become a full member of Washington Accord. Let’s have good time during the semester. Good luck and Good Bye.

Dr. Monika Jain (H.O.D. ECE Department)

ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

VISION of Department

To be recognized as a centre of excellence to produce skilled, creative and ethical engineers to meet the challenging requirements of Electronics and Communication industries.

MISSION of Department

M-1: To provide quality technical education in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

M-2: Making Electronics and Communication Engineering department preferable destination for admissions.

M-3: To create competent professionals who are trained in the design & implementation of Electronics and Communication Circuits.

M-4: To provide continuous improvement in quality of academics and creating professional ethical values.

M-5: Making Electronics and Communication Engineering department a learning and responsive centre through learning centric approach.

M-6: To promote the centre of excellence in teaching and to nurture the spirit of innovation and creativity among faculty and students.

Program Educational Objectives

PEO-1: To provide students strong foundation in basic sciences, mathematics, scientific and engineering fundamentals, knowledge and skill.

PEO-2: To provide students the ability to identify, formulate, solve and analyze electronics & communication engineering problems and to make them capable to understand the applications of electronics engineering in multiple disciplines.

PEO-3: To provide in-depth knowledge of electronics and communication which develop student's analytical, scientific and logical mind to enhance the ability of designing, conducting experiments and writing reports.

PEO-4: To prepare the students to have effective professional and ethical attitude, communication skills, teamwork, multidisciplinary approach and an ability to relate as well as solve electronics cum designing based problems to real world.

PEO-5: To provide the students the ability to apply practical knowledge in developing real life industry based engineering solutions and projects, so that they will be able to apply innovative ideas to provide real time solutions.

PEO-6: To nurture students with technical skills and to inculcate the integrity in order to succeed in industry and engineering profession or excel in higher education.

Program Outcomes

PO-1: An ability to apply knowledge to student's strong foundation in basic sciences, mathematics, scientific and engineering fundamentals, knowledge and skill.

PO-2: An ability to identify, formulates, solve and analyze electronics & communication based complex problems.

PO-3: They will be capable to understand the modern software and hardware tools requires for applications of electronics engineering in multiple disciplines.

PO-4: They will be able to function and communicate effectively on complex engineering problems as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams as well as in multi disciplinary settings.

PO-5: Graduate engineers will be able to design a Electronics based system to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economical, ethical and sustainability and they should have a capability of independent life-long learning.

PO-6: To nurture students with technical and communication skills in order to succeed in industry and engineering profession or excel in higher education for sustainable development.

 

ALUMINIS

S. No.

Roll No

Name

Company

1

1422231013

KAUSTUBH YADAV

Genpact

2

1422231021

SAKSHAM KATYAL

Genpact

3

1422231018

PRINCE TYAGI

Edushaksham

4

1422231009

ATUL DUBEY

Tanisha Systems Pvt Ltd.

5

1422231006

ANIL KUMAR

ADM Solar

6

1422231014

LAKSHYA KUMAR

ADM Solar

7

1422231015

MD. YAHIYA

ADM Solar

8

1422231019

RAJAN SHUKLA

ADM Solar

9

1422231024

SHIBIN TOMY MATHEW

ADM Solar

10

1422231002

AKASH RASTOGI

Suncore Microsoft

11

1422231028

TANVEER SINGH

Suncore Microsoft

12

1422231008

ASHWANI KUMAR DUBEY

Mobiloitte

13

1422231011

DEEPAK KUMAR SINGH

GAIL India Ltd

14

1422231025

SHOA FATIMA

Limitless Mobility

15

1422231031

VISHAL DIXIT

Limitless Mobility

16

1422231030

VIKASH KUMAR

Asahi Glasses

17

1422231004

AMULYA ANURAG

SmartPrix

18

1422231003

AMEYA HARSHITA

HCL Technology

19

1422231016

NEETIKA SINGH

HCL Technology

20

1422231017

PRASHANT KUMAR VERMA

HCL Technology

21

1422231010

DEEPAK KUMAR

Akribiz Project Pvt. Ltd.

22

1422231012

GAURAV KUMAR SINGH

Akribiz Project Pvt. Ltd.

23

1422231020

RAVI SHANKAR CHOUDHARY

Akribiz Project Pvt. Ltd.

24

1422231026

SWATI

Akribiz Project Pvt. Ltd.

25

1422231027

TANU RANI

Akribiz Project Pvt. Ltd.

26

1422231032

VISHAL KUMAR YADAV

Akribiz Project Pvt. Ltd.


STUDENTS’S ACHIEVEMENTS:

·  33 students qualified DrishTI- online exam on MSP430 microcontrollers conducted by Texas Instruments at I.T.S Engg. College.

·  19 ECE students successfully completed the NPTEL Certification in May, 2019.

·  11 ECE students successfully completed the NPTEL Certification in Oct, 2019.

·  Suhail of 5th Sem ECE secured first position in circuit design contest organized by IIMT, Greater Noida on 27th  Oct, 2019.

·  Team of 4 ECE students: Abhishek K Jaiswal 3rd sem, Nikhil Jain 3rd sem, Tanuj Saini  5th  sem Ashish 5th  Sem secured third rank in Swalakshya event organized by IIMT, Greater Noida.

·  Aditya Baronia, 7th Sem, Ashish, 5th Sem, Satyam,3rd Sem and Rahul, 5th Sem as Team1 and Abhishek K Jaiswal 3rd sem, Abhishek 3rd sem Sameer 3rd Sem and Nikhil 3rd sem as Team 2 secured 4th rank and 8th rank respectively in  the Robochamps organized by Meerut Institute of Engineering  and Technology, Meerut.  Fifty teams from various colleges including IIT Roorkee, IIT Kanpur, Vellore Institute of Tech. were amongst the participating teams.

·  Ashish, 5th Sem, Satyam,3rd Sem and Rahul, 5th Sem as Team1 of RoboRace and Team 2 of Quiz-o-Tech Abhishek K Jaiswal 3rd sem and Nikhil 3rd sem; both teams secured 2nd rank in Techwiz 2018 organized by Vidya College of Engineering.

ECE students Team receiving first prize in Swalakshya event organized by IIMT, Greater Noida


EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES OF ECE DEPARTMENT:

LabVIEW Weekend Internship Program at NI Innovation Centre ITS Engineering College 


Instrumentation Based Summer Program for B.Tech students at NI Innovation Centre


EC-UTSAV  organized by Envision- A Student Activity Club


FACULTY CORNER

A.  INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

·  Garima Chandel, Prashant Upadhyaya, Omar Farooq, Yusuf U. Khan, Detection of Seizure Event and Its Onset/Offset Using Orthonormal Triadic Wavelet Based Features, IRBM Elsevier (in press), Dec 2018, DOI: 10.1016/j..2018.12.002

·  Mritunjay Rai, R.K.Yadav, Agha A. Husain, Tanmoy Maity, Dileep K. Yadav,"Extraction of Facial Features for Detection of Human Emotions under Noisy Condition", International Journal of Engineering and Manufacturing(IJEM), Vol.8, No.5, pp.49-62, Sep 2018, DOI: 10.5815/ijem.2018.05.05

·  Prabhakar Sharma, “Regular Microstrip Antenna for Mobile Communication”, in  ITSEC International Journal of Engineering and Technology, Issue Vol. 2, No. 3; January, 2018 pp. 6-9,ISSN: 2349-9516

·  Mr. Prabhakar Sharma,“IOT BASED GARBAGE MONITORING & CONTROL SYSTEM”, in  ITSEC International Journal of Engineering and Technology, Issue Vol. 2, No. 3; January, 2018 pp. 10-15,ISSN: 2349-9516.

·  Monika Bhatnagar, “Examination of FDTD Microstrip Antenna”, in  ITSEC International Journal of Engineering and Technology, Issue Vol. 2, No. 3; January, 2018 pp. 1-6,ISSN: 2349-9516

·  Monika Bhatnagar, “FDTD Microstrip Antenna Application”, in  IJMET International Journal of Microwave Engineering and Technology, Issue Vol. 4, No. 1; January, 2018 pp. 11-19,ISSN: 2349-9516

·  Garima Chandel, Manju Singh, Deepak Singh and Lakshya Baliyan, “Study of Computer Based Seizure Detection Methods”, in  ITSEC International Journal of Engineering and Technology, Issue Vol. 2, No. 3; January, 2018 pp. 25-29,ISSN: 2349-9516

·  Shaikh, M.H.N., Farooq, O. and Chandel, G.,EMD Analysis of EEG Signals for Seizure Detection. In Advances in System Optimization and Control (pp. 189-196). Springer, Singapore, 2018.

·  Rajesh Kumar, Ayano Midakso Dekamo, Garima Chandel, Firomsa Taye Chali, “Evolution of IOT, MIOT with 5G network and their contests” Proceedings of 05th International Conference On Computing For Sustainable Global Development (INDIACOM), Bharati Vidyapeeth, New Delhi, 5801-5807,  March 14-16 (2018). IEEE.

 

B.  FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS/ SEMINAR/ WORKSHOP ATTENDED

·  FDP on "Machine Learning and Data Analytics with Python" organized by Electronics & ICT Academy, IIT Roorkee in association with Ajay Kumar     Garg Engineering College, Ghaziabad, Agha A. Husain, ECE Department, 4- 8 Dec 2018.

·  FDP on “Optical Communication and Networks” at Greater Noida institute of Technology, Praveer Saxena, ECE Department, 29 Nov- 3 Dec, 2018.

·  FDP on “Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning: Interdisciplinary Approach for Applications” at ABES-IT, Ghaziabad, Garima Chandel, ECE Department 12- 16 Jul, 2018

·  FDP on “Recent Trends in Electronic Circuits and Systems” at ITS Engineering College, Dr. Monika Bhatnagar, ECE Department, 09-13 Jul, 2018.

·  FDP on “Recent Trends in Electronic Circuits and Systems” at ITS Engineering College, Prabhakar Sharma, ECE Department, 09-13 Jul, 2018.

·  FDP on “Recent Trends in Electronic Circuits and Systems” at ITS Engineering College, Garima Chandel, ECE Department, 09-13 Jul, 2018

·  FDP on “Recent Trends in Electronic Circuits and Systems” at ITS Engineering College, Manju Singh, ECE Department, 09-13 Jul, 2018

·  FDP on “Recent Trends in Electronic Circuits and Systems” at ITS Engineering College, Praveer Saxena, ECE Department, 09-13 Jul, 2018

·  FDP on “Signal Processing and Its Apllications”, at JSS Academy, Noida, Garima Chandel, ECE Department, 23- 28 April 2018.

·  FDP on “Signal Processing and Its Apllications”, at JSS Academy, Noida, Manju Singh, ECE Department, 23- 28 April 2018.

·  IEEE International Seminar on Smart Technologies for Smart City at ITS Engineering college, Praveer Saxena, ECE Department, 19-20 April, 2018.

·  One day workshop on Technical Manuscript Preparation with Latex at AMU, Aligarh, Garima Chandel, 21 April 2018.

NewGen IEDC

NewGen IEDC at ITS Engineering College is an organization geared towards speeding up the growth and success of startup and early stage companies. NewGen IEDC has a mission to “promote knowledge based and technology-driven start-ups by harnessing young minds and their innovation potential in an academic environment” In view of this, the National Science & Technology Entrepreneurship Development (NSTEDB), Department of Science & Technology (DST), has taken an initiative of introducing this scheme for setting up “New Generation Innovation & Entrepreneurship Development Centers (NewGen IEDCs)” being implemented by Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII), Ahmedabad.In this initiative DST is providing a grant of Rs. 2.87 cr over a  period of 5 year.

With the establishment of NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College, Undergraduate students, Post graduate students, doctoral students, alumni and faculties at NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College would be entertained to convert their business ideas into successful commercial or social ventures.

NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College offers integrated, customized Innovation-Based Incubation support services for potential high investable entrepreneurs and enterprises.  It scouts for innovative entrepreneurs, builds on ideation leading to develop a business concepts, provides skills and competencies trough capacity building/ training programs towards building effective enterprises.

We at NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College, often provide a good path to capital from angel investors, state governments, economic-development coalitions and other investors. At NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College, your business not only gets access to a potential buffet of capital choices, but also a host of intangible benefits including mentorship, expertise and networking.

For those entrepreneurs who have just launched out and are running into roadblocks, we offer integrated support services through our network of national and international service providers in the space of know-how and technology, business development and linkages with strategic partners/mentors. We also offer a unique combination of impact investor and venture capital support in accelerator facilitation. Regulatory, financial and administrative help form part of the services, and networking opportunities with potential investors, practitioners and collaborators are endless.