Student Consortium And Club Activties

 

The Department of Applied Sciences is a pioneer in rolling out the red carpet for specialists and connoisseurs in its constituent areas on the regular basis in-order to steer students toward new routes of success via exposure to cutting-edge pedagogic frameworks and educational currents. It should be highlighted that regular encounters with professionals in fields such as Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and English work as manure for the students’ fertile imaginations, leading in the fertilization of fresh ideas and knowledge. Expert presentations, Extension Lectures, Orientational Workshops, and other similar programmes encourage and empower students to pursue future levels of study in their subjects. Here’s a rundown of what’s going on:

 

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The Department of Applied Sciences of DAVIET, Jalandhar, celebrated National Mathematics Day with great enthusiasm and zeal to commemorate the birth anniversary of the legendary mathematician ???????????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????. It was a day filled with activities, competitions, and discussions that encouraged the students to develop an interest in mathematics. The event was catalyzed and supported by the Punjab State Council for Science and Technology (PSCST), National Council of Science and Technology Communication (NCSTC), and the Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India.
Dr. Sanjeev Naval, Principal DAVIET welcomed the Chief Guest Dr. Arvind K Agnihotri, Professor (HAG) and Head, Department of Civil Engineering, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar National Institute of Technology Jalandhar, Chairman, Indian Geotechnical Society (Jalandhar Chapter), and Dr. Neha Yadav, Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar NIT Jalandhar.
Dr. Kanchan L Singh, Head Department of Applied Sciences, delivered the welcome address at the National Mathematics Day celebration at DAVIET. She spoke about the need to create awareness among students about the importance of mathematics and its applications in everyday life. She highlighted the importance of National Mathematics Day to recognize and honor the contribution of mathematicians in the development of science and to inspire future generations of mathematicians.
Dr. Rajni Sharma, Convenor of National Science Day, highlighted the importance of mathematics and its relevance to everyday life. She also spoke about how maths is essential in solving some of the world’s most pressing problems. She talked about the need for new learning strategies and innovative pedagogical approaches to teaching maths in an engaging way.
Dr. Sanjeev Naval spoke about the importance of Mathematics in science and technology and emphasized the need for interdisciplinary studies. He stated that Maths is one of the most important subjects, forming the basis for various activities. Maths surrounds us from when we wake up until we go to bed. He also explained how Maths was used in jobs like engineering and architecture, which involve calculations and measurements. He encouraged everyone to use every opportunity to practice and understand Maths better. He touched upon the life of Srinivasa Ramanujan and highlighted his belief that through his equations, he served the higher purpose of the almighty.
Dr. Arvind K Agnihotri, spoke about the importance of mathematics in everyday life. He said that mathematics is the language of science and engineering, and it is essential to have a strong foundation in mathematics to become a successful engineer. He also highlighted the importance of Vedic Mathematics. He shared that mathematics is the key to unlocking the mysteries of the universe, and it is essential to nurture creativity and innovation to make progress in mathematics. He concluded his speech by saying that mathematics should be seen not only as a subject but also as an art, and its applications should be used to improve the world.
The event’s highlight was the expert lecture on “???????????????????????????????????????????? ???????????? ???????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????????” by Dr. Neha Yadav, She discussed how mathematics could improve the accuracy and performance of artificial intelligence algorithms. She explored how linear algebra, calculus, probability and statistics, and optimization can all be applied to enhance the accuracy and efficiency of machine learning models. She also discussed how mathematical tools like graph theory, game theory, and optimization could help machines “learn” to identify patterns, make decisions, and build models more efficiently. Dr. Yadav highlighted the importance of mathematics in understanding and improving the performance of machine learning applications. Her lecture demonstrated that mathematics is essential for developing and optimizing sophisticated machine-learning algorithms.
Dr. Neeru Sharma delivered the Vote of Thanks and expressed her gratitude towards the dignitaries for sparing time out of their schedules and gracing the occasion with their presence.
Various events were conducted, including a Quiz Competition by the well-respected and well-known quiz master Dr. Dinesh Kumar, Associate Professor, Political Science, DAV College Jalandhar. The other events included Mathematical Poem Recitation, Mathematical Origami, Mathematical Rangoli, Poster Making, and Mathematical Expo (Still/ Working Model and Poster Presentation).
The event was a grand success and was appreciated by everyone present. It was a great platform to explore and exhibit the mathematical skills of the students of DAVIET.

GRAND NCSTC, DST GoI & PSCST SPONSORED NATIONAL SCIENCE DAY CELEBRATIONS 2023 AT DAVIET on MARCH 03, 2023

DAV Institute of Engineering and Technology (DAVIET) celebrated NCSTC, DST Government of India and PSCST sponsored National Science Day on 3rd March 2023. It is celebrated in India on 28th February every year to commemorate the discovery of the Raman effect by Sir CV Raman in 1928. The day is dedicated to promoting scientific knowledge and the scientific temper in the country. The theme for National Science Day 2023 is “Global Science for Global Well-being.” To celebrate National Science Day, competitions like Working Model Exhibition, Declamation, Scientific Story Writing, Scientific Rangoli, Poster Making, and Role Play were organised. Students also presented a skit. All the events were organized around the theme of Global Science for Global well-being. The National Science Day celebration at DAVIET was a grand success, and it helped promote the scientific temper and spirit of innovation among the students and faculty members. The event served as a platform for exchanging ideas and knowledge, highlighting the importance of sustainable development for the nation’s growth.

 

DAVIET CELEBRATED 200 YEARS OF BIRTH OF SWAMI DAYANANDA SARASWATI MARKED BY HAVANA YAJNA AND VARIOUS COMPETITIONS

The 200th Birth Anniversary of Swami Dayananda Saraswati was celebrated with great enthusiasm and devotion at the DAVIET Campus. The event was marked by a Havana Yajna, seeking blessings of the almighty, and various competitions such as declamation, role play, and poster making on the Life and Teachings of Swami Dayanand Saraswati.

The celebration began with the Havana Yajna, which was performed to seek the almighty’s blessings for everyone’s well-being. The Havana Yajna organized during the celebration of the 200th Birth Anniversary of Swami Dayananda Saraswati at DAVIET was a significant event that added a traditional and spiritual touch to the festivities. The ceremony was performed by an experienced priest and attended by students, faculty members, staff, and guests.

The Havana Yajna was followed by the formal function in which Dr. Kanchan L Singh, Head of the Department of Applied Sciences, welcomed everyone and highlighted the need to instill the values of discipline, hard work, and commitment in the youth and to empower them to become responsible citizens who can contribute to the development of society.

A documentary highlighting the life of Swami Dayananda Saraswati, highlighting his teachings and philosophy, was shown. A presentation of Swami Dayanand Saraswati was given by Vipan of EE 2nd year. The declamation competition on ” Significance of Vedic Knowledge in Modern Era.” “Swami Dayanand Saraswati: An Inspiration to the Youth,” “Arya Samaj and DAV Movement: Re-establishment of Educational and Social Dimensions” provided a platform for participants to showcase their knowledge and understanding of the importance of Vedic knowledge in today’s world. The roleplay competition depicted the life and teachings of Swami Dayananda Saraswati, while the poster-making competition was an opportunity for participants to express their creativity and artistic skills.

Dr. Sanjeev Naval, the Offtg. Principal of DAVIET addressed the gathering and spoke about the relevance of Swami Dayananda Saraswati’s teachings in today’s world. Dr. Naval emphasized the need to follow the path of righteousness and lead a life based on truth, honesty, and morality. He stressed that Swami Dayananda’s teachings provide a framework for living a meaningful and purposeful life and can help us overcome the challenges and obstacles we face daily. He further added that Swami Dayananda was a great scholar, thinker, and social reformer who worked tirelessly to promote education, social equality, and religious harmony. His philosophy was based on rationalism, universalism, and humanism, and he believed in the power of knowledge and education to transform society. He urged everyone to follow the path laid out by Swami Jee.

All the students, faculty, staff members, and guests took an oath to follow the life and principles of Swami Dayanand Saraswati and stand for what is right to create a better society.

Dr Ashok Kumar delivered the Vote of Thanks and showed appreciation towards the principal and other HODs for taking time out of their schedule and gracing the occasion with their benign presence.

The winners of different competitions were awarded during the prize distribution. In Roleplay, the first prize was won by Jyoti Singh, the second prize by Karpur, and the third by Shrey and Aditi. In declamation, the first prize was won by Ruchika Dhuria and Jagriti Prashar, while Shweta and Uday Prashar bagged the second prize. Vanshika and Wasim Ansari won the third prize. In poster making, the first position was bagged by Prabhjot, while Akash bagged the second. The third position was bagged jointly by Priyanka and Sian.

The celebration ended on a high note with the message that Swami Dayananda Saraswati inspires the youth, and his teachings are still relevant today. The Arya Samaj and DAV Movement were also highlighted for their role in re-establishing our society’s educational and social dimensions. The event was a great success and provided a platform for participants to learn and showcase their skills and knowledge.

STUDENTS OF APPLIED SCIENCE DEPARTMENTOUTSHINE AT TECH-UTSAV ORGANISED AT GNA UNIVERSITY, PHAGWARA

 Learning gives creativity, creativity leads to thinking, thinking provides knowledge and knowledge makes you great. In the voyage of the discovery of excellence in the field of education our endeavor of keeping the values-love, peace, truth, non-violence and right conduct alive in our thought word and action continues. Our Institute has always encouraged us to participate in all possible ways in all intercollege competitions under the able guidance of our lectures. We are happy to share that all our students of various streams who participated in TECHOTSAV organized by GNA university on April 22,2022 bought laurels to the Institute.

DAV Institute of Engineering and Technology bagged an overall trophy and cash prize worth Rs11,000.A number of cultural and technical events were organised and talented students of DAVIET represented the institute by participating in a number of events. Students of Applied Sciences department gave their best and made us proud. The IT 1st year team comprising of Vanshika Sethi, Garima Yadav, Harbandagi, Mansi bagged the first prize in the event treasure hunt. CSE 1st year added many prizes to out cart in various competitions. 2nd prize was won by Ruhani and Samiksha in folk dance (Gidha). Abhayjeet, Ekansh Mahajan, Jatin Vaira added golden feather to our cap by bagging second position in the event net wars. Rohit Kumar and Manish Kumar proved their caliber in the event bug smashing by getting second position. Adding to Meetu brought us the 1st position in face painting. Acknowledging our enthusiastic participation, DAVIETIANS were honored with the overall position. Principal Prof. Dr. Manoj Kumar and Head of the department Dr Kanchan L Singh, applauded the efforts of the first year students and advised them all to continue to attend the similar activities in future for their brighter career development. Few glimpses:

PARTICIPATION OF STUDENTS IN “SCIENCE WEEK FESTIVAL-2022”

The Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav (Celebrating the 75th Year of Indian Independence) is being celebrated all over the country. In this regard Hans Raj Mahila MahaVidyalaya, Jalandhar with support from PSCST, Chandigarh organized 7-day long “SCIENCE WEEK FESTIVAL-2022”in which more than 700 students from 69 School/Colleges registered for various events. Under the able guidance of faculty of Department of Applied Sciences various students of DAVIET took part in different competitions/event sand shown their talent in the arena and joined the festival with full enthusiasm and spirit. Respected & worthy Principal Prof. Dr. Manoj Kumar and Head of the Department Dr. Kanchan L. Singh congratulated the participants and winners for their participation. Following is the list of students who had participated in the different events

Sr.Student NameClassEvent NameDate of Event
1SamikshaECE-IScience Poster making: Women Scientists of India who made history23.02.2022
2SubashIT-IScience Poster making: Women Scientists of India who made history23.02.2022
3Avneet KaurCSE-IScientific Rangoli Competition: Milestones from the world of Indian Science and Technology.24.02.2022
4Deep SiyaCSE-IScientific Rangoli Competition: Milestones from the world of Indian Science and Technology24.02.2022
5Dhriti JainBBA-IScientific Rangoli Competition: Milestones from the world of Indian Science and Technology24.02.2022
6Anjali MehtaMBA-IScientific Rangoli Competition: Milestones from the world of Indian Science and Technology24.02.2022
7Japjeep SinghECE-2Working Model Competition: Science & Technology for sustainable future25.02.2022
8Manav BhallaECE-2Working Model Competition: Science & Technology for sustainable future25.02.2022
9Malik SahotaECE-2Working Model Competition: Science & Technology for sustainable future25.02.2022
10SahilECE-2Working Model Competition: Science & Technology for sustainable future25.02.2022
11Sourav SharmaECE-2Working Model Competition: Science & Technology for sustainable future25.02.2022
12Ratish SharmaECE-2Working Model Competition: Science & Technology for sustainable future25.02.2022
13Yuvraj Singh WaliaCSE-IStory Writing Competition: Science for sustainable development26.02.2022
14Muskan ChawlaMBA-IStory Writing Competition: Science for sustainable development26.02.2022
15SuditiCSE-IIdea Pitching Competition: India vision 2050-Role of Science & Technology27.02.2022
16NidhiCSE-IIdea Pitching Competition: India vision 2050-Role of Science & Technology27.02.2022

 

Yuvraj Singh Walia had won third prize and Japjeet Singh & Manav Bhalla had won consolation prizes in their respective events. B. Tech. first year students along with Dr. Kanchan L. Singh, Dr. Ashok Kumar, Dr. Shivani Vij, Dr. Payal Sharma, Dr. Nitin Kalra and Dr. Bhupinder Singh visited book fair, film Show, lecture series by experts, innovation gallery, Poster exhibition and many more in the festival.

STUDENTS PARTICIPATED IN ESSAY WRITING COMPETITION 28 June, 2021

An essay writing competition on the following topics organised:

·         Nation Education Policy 2020: A boon or bang

·         Are Indians ready for online mode of teaching?

·         Does economic status of the country define the social status of person?

·         Immunization should be mandatory or not?

IST PRIZE: ADITI (CSE-1), 2ND PRIZE: MEHAK (CE), 3RD PRIZE: VASHISHT SALLY (IT), RUPINDER KAUR (CSE)

NATIONAL SCIENCE DAY CELEBRATIONS ORGANISED ON FEBRUARY 19, 2021

National Science Day Celebrations were organized by Department of Applied Sciences to commemorate  the life of Sir C.V Raman who is credited with the discovery of Raman Effect here at DAVIET. The theme of the elebrations was “ Future of STI: Impacts on Education, Skills and Work”. The basic aim of celebrations was to give exposure to students about the latest discoveries in the field of science and to give them a platform to appreciate the great discovery by Indian physicist Sir Chandra shekhara Venkata Raman on 28 February 1928. The celebrations are supported by  Department of Science and Technology( DST), Government of India and  Punjab State Council for Science & Technology ( PSCST)
Dr. Kanchan Singh, Head Department of Applied Sciences welcomed the Heads of the Departments of the Institute along with students and teachers on National Science Day celebrations. She highlighted that the Department is committed to provide the necessary exposure to first year students so that they can become able technocrats and managers.  She also highlighted that we should strive to become self reliant in every aspect as we as the natives of the place realize completely the complete nature and complexity of the issues at hand. While giving the details of the events she shared that there will be Declamation, Role Play and poster making through which the students will showcase their passion for science and technology.
An expert talk by  Prof. Neeraj Dilbaghi, Professor of Nanobiotechnology, Guru Jambeshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar was organized on the topic  “ Science, Technology and Innovation for Sustainable Development during and Post Covid”. He highlighted the fact that Covid-19 was a challenge but through technological innovation we have become self reliant in terms of imparting of education. He reiterated that though traditional teaching stopped, but learning never stopped. He touched upon the basic question  whether microorganisms like viruses will go on attacking human race and ultimately who will succeed. He touched upon various pandemics and highlighted the fact pandemics have always hit human race but it is human will which survives every time. He shared that 110.47 million cases have been reported of Covid 19 but the human race is striving hard to come up with vaccines for it. He also shared the data related to Covid-19 and shared that we started with the capacity of 40 tests a day, but today we have the capacity to test around 7 lakhs cases a day. He touched upon nanoscale processes and fabrication and highlighted the Top Down and the Bottom up Approach for the production of Nano Materials. He urged upon all present to give their bit by becoming environment friendly so that the planet can be saved for future generations.
Another talk was delivered by Dr Meenakshi Sayal on the topic “Science and Innovation”. She highlighted the fact that the basis of every engineering innovation is physics. She stated the importance of innovation in life and shared that without innovative mindset,  the development of human civilization would not have taken place.  She also highlighted the importance of Desire, Determination, Dedication, Discipline, and determination to succeed in life.
Declamation on the topic “Future of STI: Impacts on Education, Skills and Work” was won by Prabhjot Repal, from Swami Sant Das Public School, Phagwara  while the first runners-up was Manmeet Kaur from DAVIET. The second Runners up in the event were Ruchika and Kamini. In Poster making the first prize was bagged by Pritika, from Swami Sant Das Public School  while the second prize was won by Bhawna from DAVIET. The third position was bagged jointly by Prabhnoor Kaur  from Swami Sant Das Public School and Kishpreet Kaur from DAVIET. In Role Play, the first position was won by Navreet kaur from DAVIET while the second position was bagged by Manviya Sahni from swami Sant Das Public School.
Dr. Kanchan L Singh congratulated the winners and applauded the the efforts of convenors of the event Dr. Shivani Vij, Dr. Payal Sharma and the whole team for the success of the event.

SCIENCE POSTER MAKING COMPETITION ORGANISED ON 20.01.2021.

Department of Applied Sciences, DAV Institute of Engineering and Technology conducted an online  SCIENCE POSTER MAKING COMPETITION on 20.01.2021. Entries through mail were invited for the said competition on the following topics:

  • APPLICATIONS OF PHYSICS/CHEMISTRY/MATHS IN DAILY LIFE.
  • SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES.
  • LASERS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS.
  • APPLICATIONS OF ELECTROMAGNETISM.

Students from all branches taken part in the event with strong enthusiasm and great zeal. Few glimpses of the selected posters are as shown. Winners and participants were awarded certificates. Dr. Kanchan L Singh, HOD Applied Sciences congratulated the winners and participants for their whole hearted dedication, hard work and talent. Madam Kanchan L Singh also applauded the efforts of the coordinators of the event Dr. Shivani Vij and Dr. Payal Sharma, Assistant Professors, Physics, to make the event successful.

VEDIC BHASHAN PRATIYOGITA ORGANISED AT DAVIET – AUG 20, 2020

The Human Values Cell  of DAV Institute of Engineering and Technology, organized a Vedic Bhashan Pratiyogita on topics:

“Importance of Vedic culture in modern Society”

or

“Contribution of Arya Samaj during COVID 19”.

The aim of Vedic BhashanPratiyogita was to educate the students about contribution of Arya Samaj  and its importance in modern society.

DrKanchan L Singh, Convener Human Values Cell  of the institute welcomed the participants. She highlighted the fact that the present time is novel and only by taking inspiration from the Vedic life one can enshrined the ideals of Arya Samaj and we can live a balanced and healthy life.

Dr. Manoj Kumar, Principal, DAVIET advised the participants to be the best in whatever they did irrespective of their religion. He also urged them to cast aside their ego which is a major detriment in growth and progress of an individual. The modern way of life cannot safeguard us from the looming threat, so the need of the hour is to be attuned with our Vedic roots which Arya Samaj truly stands for.

Ms. Anamika got first prize and Ms. Yukta Sahni got second prize in the event. Ms. Anamika spoke on topic “Importance of Vedic culture in modern Society”. She emphasized that Vedas are the base of all sciences.   Ms. Yukta Sahni also spoke on the same topic.

Dr Rajni Sharma, Dr. Sunil Sachdeva Assistant Professors, co-ordinators of the event, extended the Vote of Thanks.

ROLE PLAY COMPETITION ORGANISED ON OCT 11, 2019:

Role Play Competition was organised for B. Tech. first year students by Student Consortium (S)³A: (Students Society for Scientific Advancements) of the Department of Applied Sciences in DAVIET on Oct 11, 2019 on the theme: Science and Technology. Aim of the competition was to provide a platform to the B. Tech. first year students to present their knowledge about the things or persons related to Science and Technology by playing role. Students played the role of things by adding innovation and humor in their role play. Students from all branches of B. Tech. First year participated in the competition

Ishaan Vassal grabbed the title for the best role played as “Alternating Current” followed by Smyle Verma, stood second, who played the role of “He-Ne Laser”. Third position was shared by two participants Harshik Kothari and Priyanka who acted the role as “Direct Current” and “Ruby Laser” respectively. The skill and confidence of the participants were witnessed and judged by the Head Department of Applied Sciences and convener of Student Consortium, Dr. Kanchan L. Singh including the faculty members of department and coordinators of the event Dr. Shivani Vij, Ms. Payal Sharma, Dr. Bhupinder Singh and Mr. Ashwani Kumar. The event was attended by faculty of the department and the B. Tech. first year students.

Winners were presented with the certificates. The event was concluded with words of appreciation by Dr. Kanchan L. Singh, Head of the department for the efforts of all faculty and student coordinators and the participants for making the event successful. Few glimpses:

PAPER PRESENTATION COMPETITION ORGANISED ON OCT 4, 2019:

Paper Presentation Competition: A SYMPOSIUM ON SCIENCE IN REAL WORLD was organised for B. Tech. first year students by Student Consortium (S)³A: (Students Society for Scientific Advancements) of the Department of Applied Sciences in DAVIET on Oct 4, 2019 on the topics:

  1. Role of Basic Sciences in real world.
  2. Mathematics in real world.
  3. Environment Issues & Sustainable Technological Development.
  4. Ethics and Values- Need and Concern.

Aim of the competition was to provide a platform to the B. Tech. first year students to exhibit their technical talent and innovative ideas in the form of Innovative oral presentation. Students from all branches of B. Tech. First year participated in the competition and showcased their presentation skills.The topics helped the students to update their knowledge of science and technology and further explore and analyze some of the emerging issues in the field.

Himanshu from B. Tech.-ECE first year grabbed the title for the best presentation on the topic “Role of basic Sciences in real world” followed by Ishaan Vassal & Harshik Kothari from B. Tech.-EE as second best presentation for on the topic “Role of Science in everyday life”. Sandeep Raj from B. Tech.-EE also grabbed second position for his presentation on the topic “Plastic pollution Effects and solutions” followed by Ashish Sharma as third position holder for his presentation on the topic “Maths in real world”.

The skill and confidence of the participants were witnessed and judged by the Head Department of Applied Sciences and convener of Student Consortium, Dr. Kanchan L. Singh including the faculty members of department and coordinators of the event Dr. Shivani Vij, Ms. Payal Sharma, Dr. Bhupinder Singh and Mr. Ashwani Kumar. The event was attended by faculty of the department and the B. Tech. first year students.

Winners were presented with the certificates. The event was concluded with words of appreciation by Dr. Kanchan L. Singh, Head of the department for the efforts of all faculty and student coordinators and the participants for making the event successful.

A DEBATE COMPETITION ORGANISED ON OCT 3, 2019:

A Debate Competition was organised by Student Consortium (S)³A: (Students Society for Scientific Advancements) of the Department of Applied Sciences in DAVIET on Oct 3, 2019 on the different topics:

  1. Foreign Education Is Better Than Indian Education.
  2. Mobile Phones Are Beneficial For Students.
  3. Celebration of Some Festivals Enhance Environmental Pollution.
  4. Spirituality is Living in Another World.
  5. Online Lectures are Better than Teacher’s Interactive Lectures.

Students from all the branches of B. Tech. First year enthusiastically participated in the competition presenting their views and beliefs in favour and against the motion.

The topics helped the students to churn their mind and enhance their approach. Debate was made even more interesting with the group discussion done with the audience giving an equal opportunity to all students to participate and share their views. Awareness and confidence of the participants were judged by the Head Department of Applied Sciences and convener of Student Consortium, Dr. Kanchan L. Singh, Dr. Ashok Kumar, Dr. Rajni Sharma including the faculty members of department and coordinators Dr. Shivani Vij, Ms. Payal Sharma, Dr. Bhupinder Singh and Mr. Ashwani Kumar.

Namit Sachdeva (in favour) and Minal (against the motion) of ECE first year were declared as Best Speakers for the debate competition, followed by Navdeep Singh (ECE) & Mansimrat Kaur (CSE) on the same topic as first runners up and Himanshu-Spirituality is living in another world (favour) Parmanand-Foreign education is better than Indian education as the second runners up. Dr. Kanchan L. Singh, Head of the department and convener of Students Consortium, congratulated the winners and lauded the efforts of all faculty and student coordinators and the participants. The event was attended by first year students and faculty members of the department. The event ended with the distribution of certificates to the winners and participants.

B.Tech-I Year Students had organized 10 events this year in “aDAVitya-2019” a national level annual techfest  held on 13-14 March, 2019, out of which 6 were technical events and 3 were non-technical events and 1 was technical combined event. Students from various institutes have taken part in the events. Fresh DAVIETians had shown their great ideas and skills and executed them well in the annual Technical festival of DAVIET. Both organizers and participants had shown great interest in the events. Following are the details:

EVENT1: PLAY UPTO DEADLINE

Event Coordinators:

  • Jaspreet kaur (33/18)
  • Ekta (23/18)

EVENT2: KON BANEGA PROGRAMPATI

Event Coordinators:

  • Biven Gupta (113/18)
  • Kanav (124/18)
  • Pragti (139/18)

Winners:

1st  prize:  Sukeerat (CSE 1st yr)

Seep ( CSE 1st yr )

2nd  prize: Mohit ( IT 1st yr)

EVENT3: ROBO FOOTBALL (COMBINE)

Event Coordinators:

  • Prashant (141/18)
  • Akshit (101/18)

EVENT4: BALANCING THE ARCHIMEDES

Event Coordinators:

  • Ashish (110/18)
  • Ansh Sharma (106/18)
  • Guneet (118/18)

Winners:

1st prize: Hardik (IT 1st yr)

Kanav (CSE 1st yr)

2nd prize: Kritika Mittal (CSE 1st yr)

Aashima (IT 1st yr)

EVENT5: CHEMSPELLER

Event Coordinators:

  • Kritika Mittal (127/18)
  • Aashima Mehta (402/18)
  • Udita Mahajan (160/18)

Winners:

1st prize: Sukeerat (CSE 1st yr)

2nd prize: Ansh Sharma (CSE 1st yr)

EVENT6: EDITING GURUS

Event Coordinators:

  • Tushar (460/18)
  • Shaurya (451/18)
  • Sayan (448/18)

Winners:

1st prize: Anmol (IT 3rd yr)

Rohan Jain (CSE  1st yr)

Vanshika (CSE 1st yr)

2nd prize:  Gauraang (IT 1st yr)

Manik (IT 1st yr)

EVENT7: DAVIET GO

Event Coordinators:

  • Sampan (445/18)
  • Prabjot (437/18)
  • Lakshay (426/18)

Winners:

1st prize:           Nikhil (IT 1st yr)

Mohit  (IT 1st yr)

Aakash(IT 1st yr)

2nd prize:          Ravi (ECE 1st yr)

Yogesh (ECE 1st yr)

EVENT8: BALLON POP SURPRISE

Event Coordinators:

  • Rushil Gandhi (148/18)
  • Vanshika (161/18)

EVENT9:  KNOCK AND ROCK

Event Coordinators:

  • Charupadam Singh (114/18)
  • Ashutosh (111/18)
  • Anmol (104/18)

Winners:

1st prize:           Akshit (CSE 1st yr)

2nd prize:         Rishab (DAV College  BSC-IT)

EVENT10: BEAT THE SHAZAM

Event Coordinators:

  • Tanush (159/18)
  • Nimran (134/18)

HEAD COORDINATORS OF APPLIED SCIENCE

  • BHAVESH AGGARWAL (16/18)
  • HARSIMRAN TURNA (26/18)

SPONSORSHIP TEAM  (APPLIED SCIENCES)

  • Daksh Sharda (413/18)
  • Madhav (131/18)
  • Radhika (211/18)
  • Jagrit Puri(121/18)
  • Avisha Gupta (112/18)
  • Kaustubh Sethi (126/18)

MARKETING TEAM OF APPLIED SCIENCES

  • Bhavesh Aggarwal (16/18)
  • Hardik Monga (420/18)
  • Sidharth Sharma (455/18)
  • Shrey (155/18)
  • Jaskaran (31/18)
  • Naaz (132/18)

NATIONAL MATHEMATICS DAY  CELEBRATIONS ORGANISED AT DAVIET TO COMMEMORATE THE LIFE OF SRINIVASA RAMANUJAN ON 15 Feb, 2019

National Mathematics Day was celebrated by Department of Applied Sciences to commemorate  the life of Srinivasa Ramanujan an eminent mathematician and genius. The basic aim of celebrations was to give exposure to students about the latest discoveries in the field of mathematics and to give them a platform to appreciate the life and contribution of Ramanujan to mathematics. The celebrations were supported by National Council for Science & Technology Communication (NCSTC), Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India and  Punjab State Council for Science & Technology (PSCST).

Dr. Kanchan L Singh, Head Department of Applied Sciences welcomed all the dignitaries and Dr. Rajni, Convener of the celebrations introduced the theme and various events to be organized.

Dr. Satish Sharma, Director Colleges, DAVCMC, New Delhi was the Chief Guest for the function. He shared with all present that Ramanujan’s life should be an inspiration for all of us as inspite of all the impediments he worked tirelessly towards his goal of excellence in mathematics.  He highlighted that Ramanujan’s contribution  to the field of mathematics can be gauged by his contributions like Ramanujan prime, the Ramanujan theta functionpartition formulae and mock theta functions which continue to foster new research even today. He encouraged all the students to give their best and emulate the life of Ramanujan.

Dr. Manoj Kumar, Principal DAVIET stated that we should remember the great mathematician Ramanujan who worked diligently in the field of mathematics and made significant contributions without any formal training. He shared that the great mathematician independently compiled nearly 3,900 results many of which were completely novel and highly unconventional. He also shed light on the fact that his immense work was recognized at the international level as he became one of the youngest Fellows of the Royal Society and only the second Indian member, and the first Indian to be elected a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. He highlighted that mathematics is the backbone of all engineering and all the budding technocrats should pursue it seriously. He also declared the formation of Ramanujan  Club in the college.

One of the Chief attractions was the expert talk by Dr. Arun Kumar, Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, IIT Ropar on the Topic “ Probability and Statistics with Applications”.

In his talk he highlighted that probability is the formal study of uncertainty and it has two approaches namely frequentist approach and the Bayesian Approach. He also defined statistics as a branch of mathematics dealing with the collection, analysis, interpretation, presentation and organization of data. He also shared that probability has applications in insurance, biostatistics, machine learning, econometrics and statistical physics.

To commemorate the memory of Ramanujan competitions in quiz, poster making, presentations and mathematical rangoli were organized.

The winners of various competitions were honored with trophies and certificates.

At the end convener of the event Dr. Rajni Sharma delivered vote of thanks to all the dignitaries present, member of faculty and staff, organizers and the students.

 

 

B. Tech-I Year Students had organized 9 events this year in “aDAVitya-2k18” a national level annual techfest  held on 22-23 March, 2018, out of which 7 were Technical and 2 were non-technical events. Students from various institutes have taken part in the events. Fresh DAVIETians had shown their great ideas and skills and executed them well in the annual Technical festival of DAVIET. Both organizers and participants had shown great interest in the events. Following are the details:

EVENT 1: LINE FOLLOWES

Event Coordinator:

Sahaj Jolly

Shivani Sharma

Winners:

First Prize:

Chitresh Uppal

Yuvraj Kalia

Saurabh Tiwari

Second Prize:

Sidharth Bali

Tushar Singh

Sidharth Thakur

EVENT 2: SENSE IT

Event Coordinator:

Anmol Jasra

Bhavay Parashar

Daksh Vachher

Winners:

First Prize:

Sahaj Jolly

Second Prize:

Daksh Vaccher

Chirag Narang

EVENT 3: CHAUSAR

Event Coordinator:

Daksh Vachher

Avnish Nagpal

Anmol Jasra

Akshansh gure

Winners:

First Prize:

Chirag Narang

Dhiraj Sharma

Ayush Rajput

Inderjit

Second Prize:

Honey

Balwinder Singh

Pushpinder Kaur

Bhawna Sood

EVENT 4: AD-ACT

Event Coordinators

Bhavya Jain

Ajooni Walia

Aahana Sharma

Akaash

EVENT 5: WIN-LIGHT

Event Coordinators:

Muskan Anand

Namya Datta

EVENT 6: BRAIN TESTER:

Event Coordinators

Munish Kumar

Saurav chandel

Winners:

First Prize:

Sidharth Thakur

Tushar Singh

Ankit Sachdeva

Second Prize:

Rohan Thakur

Shivam Pandey

Manish

EVENT 7: BOTTOM’S UP

Event Coordinators

Aman Mahajan

Deevesh Jain

EVENT 8: AIRBENDER

Event Coordinators

Bharat Dhavan

Rachit Suri

Winners:

First Prize:       Shivam Pandey

Second Prize: Pallavi Arora

EVENT 9: FIZIKA

Event Coordinators

Muskan Anand

Namya Datta

Winners

First Prize:

Ridham

Second Prize:

Ankit Sehdev

 

PARTICIPATION OF STUDNETS IN “DOABA SCI-FIESTA -2018”

Doaba Sci-Fiesta 2018 organised on the theme – “Science and Technology for Evolving India” at Doaba College here on February 15, 2018. More than 50 students of Engineering, Medical, BCA and students of zoology and botany departments participated from the district.

Various competitions under different themes were conducted which includes poster presentation, quiz , model , idea factory, rangoli, painting , sciencetoon , photography , gastro fest and dance items related to science and technology to identify future scientists and technologists and to disseminate knowledge and information on the latest developments in science and technology.

DAVIETians took part in the Sci-Fiesta and showcase their talent by winning prizes in the different events which is as under

S.No.EventName of studentBranchPosition
1.Scientific PhotographyAman MahajanCSE1st
Manider SinghME2nd
2.Idea FactoryKirtiCSE3rd
3.ScientoonAmandeep KaurIT3rd

National Science Day Celebrated in DAVIET

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National Science Day Celebrations were organized by Department of Applied Sciences andCentre for Excellence for Cyber Security  and Cyber Forensics  to commemorate  the life of Sir C.V Raman who is credited with the discovery of Raman Effect here at DAVIET.  The basic aim of celebrations were to give exposure to students about the latest discoveries in the field of science and to give them a platform to appreciate the great discovery by Indian physicist Sir Chandrashekhara Venkata Raman on 28 February 1928. The celebrations are supported by National Council for Science & Technology Communication( NCSTC),  Department of Science and Technology( DST), Government of India and  Punjab State Council for Science & Technology ( PSCST)

Dr. Manoj Kumar, Principal DAVIET stated that we should remember the great Physicist Sir  Chandrashekhara Venkata Raman  who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1930 for his work in the field of Light Scattering . He shared that the theme of National Science Day, 2017 is “Science and Technology for Specially Abled Persons” and highlighted that it is time when benefits of science and technology should reach every individual so that no one should be left out of the phenomenal growth story of India.  He urged upon the students to be innovative while dealing with their assignments and projects so as to break newer grounds in their respective field.

Dr. Kanchan Singh, Head Department of Applied Sciences welcomed the students and teachers on National Science Day celebrations. She highlighted that the Department is committed to provide the necessary exposure to first year students so that they can become able technocrats and managers.  While giving the details of the events she shared that there will be project display, technical quiz and poster making through which the students will showcase their passion for science and technology. She shared that  an expert talk by  Dr. GS Sodhi Associate Professor, GTB Khalsa College,  New Delhi was organized on the topic  “Scientific Methods of Solving Crimes”  which will help the students gain valuable insights about the nascent field.

Dr. G. S Sodhi  in his talk discussed  about the fact that Raman Effect has wide usage in the field of Forensic Science as it is used to detect the cases of drug abuse. While talking about the field ofForensic Science he gave practical examples like that of Aarushi Murder case and  gave the message that the crime scene should never be spoilt. While giving details of the steps involved in investigating a crime , he stated that the crime scene should be cordoned off and then only efforts should be made to unearth the evidence. He classified evidence as class evidence, individual evidence and finger prints  which are the most infallible pieces of evidence. He also highlighted the types of finger prints asArches, Loops and Whorls. He also enlightened there are as many as 85 characters on a finger tip and as per the Indian  Law only 8 are required  to book a person.  He also highlighted the various methods of picking up finger prints like Powder Technique, Nin Hydrin technique, Nano Technology powder, Spray Formulations etc and gave the message that the need of the hour is to have a multi disciplinary approach to solve crime cases.A  presentation on “Legend Sir Raman “ was given by Ridhima and Amitojbir from CSE 2ndSemester.

Dr. Rajni Sharma, Convener of the Celebrations, thanked the Principal, the key note speaker and the judges for taking time out of their busy schedule  and making celebrations a success. She also thanked the faculty of Department of Applied Sciences and the students who gave their best to organize the event.

The celebrations were attended by Dr. Kanchan L Singh, Head Department of Applied Science,Ms. Harpreet Bajaj, Head Department of Computer Science and Technology, Dr. Ashok Kumar, Dr. Rajni Sharma, and faculty and staff of the institution. 

PARTICIPATION OF STUDENTS IN “aDAVitya-2017”

 untitledB. Tech-I Year Students had organised 3 events this year in “aDAVitya-2017” in which two events are Technical and third one was a Non-Technical event. Students from various institutes have participated in the events. Newly enrolled DAVIETians of 2016 Batch had showcased their ideas and skill and executed them in praiseworthy manner in the annual Technical festival of DAVIET. Both organisers and participants had shown tremendous amount of enthusiasm and interest in the events.

 

Event 1.             Car Soccer

Type of event: Technical

Winners: Team of Four Students

 Ist Prize Winners:

 

Manpreet Singh (NIT, Jalandhar)

Inderpreet Singh (NIT, Jalandhar)

Arzoo Arora (NIT, Jalandhar)

Pavneet Singh (NIT, Jalandhar)

Second Prize Winners:

 

Sumit Singh (DAV University, Jalandhar)

Jaspreet Singh (GNDU, Regional Campus, Jalandhar))

Loveleen Kaur (DAV University, Jalandhar)

Mandeep Kaur (DAV University , Jalandhar)

Co-ordinators:

Mr. Himanshu
Mr. Lakshay

 

Event 2.             Solve the Mesh

Type of event: Technical

Winners:

 Ist Prize Winner:

Mr. Pulkit (ECE-1B, DAVIET, Jalandhar)

Second Prize Winner:

Mr. Kanwar (CSE-1, DAVIET, Jalandhar)

 

Co-ordinators:

  1. Tanupriya
  2. Riya

 

Event 3.             Basket the Choice

Event Detail:

Type of event : Non-Technical

Winners: Team of Four Students

 

Ist Prize Winners:

 

Bhanu Handa (CSE-1, DAVIET, Jal)

Amolpreet Singh (CSE-1, DAVIET, Jal)

Divyanshu Chawla (IT-1, DAVIET, Jal)

Abhay Puri (IT-1, DAVIET, Jal)

Second Prize Winners:

 

Ms. Babita (CSE-1, DAVIET, Jal)

Ms. Kanchan (CSE-1, DAVIET, Jal)

Ms Aakriti (CSE-1, DAVIET, Jal)

Ms. Gaytri (CSE-1, DAVIET, Jal)

 

Co-ordinators :

  1. Hanisha
  2. Chahat

PARTICIPATION OF STUDENTS IN “SCI-BRATION 2017”

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B.Tech first year students of DAVIET took part in “SCI-BRATION 2017″organized by Science faculty of Kanya Maha Vidyalaya, Jalandhar under DBT Star College Scheme, on 03.02.2017. The main aim of conducting this competition is to create the scientific temper among the student community. It was the celebration of Science and Innovation and an effort to galvanize the hidden talent of students, build their confidence and create awareness so that when they grow up they may be ready to face the competitive world. 27 students of DAVIET participated in various events like  Sci-Skit-The Drama Contest, SciColours  The Rangoli Contest, SciCreative- The Collage Contest, Sci-Bauddhic- The Quiz Contest, Sci-Expression  The Scientific Speaking Contest listed Below

 Event 1:-Sci-on Stage contest: Choreography (Level 1 & Level 2)

S.NoNamesStreamsRoll No.
1.AnkitC.S.E.(1St Year)111/16
2.BabitaC.S.E. (1St Year)115/16
3.RidhimaC.S.E. (1St Year)149/16
4.KshitijM.E. (1St Year)529/16
5.ShubinderI.T. (1St Year)450/16
6.DipanshuI.T. (2ndYear)413/15
7.BeerinderME-I514/16
8.LovishECE-1A39/16
9.UrvashiECE-1B246/16
10.SukhmanECE-1B242/16

 

Event 2: Sci-Colors: The Rangoli Contest (Level 1 & Level 2)

            Team 1

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1.NehaI.T. (1St Year)430/16
2.ShreyaI.T. (1St Year)449/16

                       Team 2

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1.AkshitaI.T. (1St Year)404/16
2.Sharandeep KaurI.T. (1St Year)447/16

Event 3:-Sci-Creative:Poster Making Contest (Level 1 & Level 2)

            Team 1

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1.JeewanI.T. (1St Year)422/16
2.SamitaI.T. (1St Year)444/16

Team 2

S.NoNamesStreamsRoll No.
1.DhruvC.E.(1St Year)621/16
2.AshutoshC.E. (1St Year)615/16

 

Event 4:-Sci-Bhumika: The Fancy Dress Contest (Level 1 & Level 2)

            Team 1

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1.AakritiC.S.E.(1St Year)101/16

 

            Team 2

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1.AnmolI.T. (1St Year)407/16

 

Event 5:-Sci-Bauddhic: The quiz Contest (Level 2)

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1.ChitreshM.E.(1St Year)516/16
2.MuskanI.T.(1St Year)427/16
3.Pranshu NagpalM..E. (1St Year)542/16

 

Event 6:-Sci-Innovation: The Innovative Demonstrations (Level 1 & Level 2)

            Team 1

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1.NamanI.T.(1ST year)428/16
2.AarushiI.T.(1ST year)401/16

            Team 2

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1.ChitreshME-(1st year)427/16
2.Paryush JainME-(1st year)541/16

 

In this competition Our students have shown their talent with great zeal and bagged prizes in the various events. Team 2 for Event 6:-Sci-Innovation: The Innovative Demonstrations (Level 1 & Level 2) grabbed Second prize, Team for Event 5:-Sci-Bauddhic: The quiz Contest (Level 2) grabbed third prize, Both the Teams for Event 4:-Sci-Bhumika: The Fancy Dress Contest (Level 1 & Level 2) grabbed third prize and Team 2 for Event 3:-Sci-Creative:Poster Making Contest (Level 1 & Level 2) grabbed third prize.

Dr. Manoj Kumar, Principal & Dr. Kanchan Lata Singh, HOD Applied Sciences Department, and Faculty members of the department congratulated the winners and encouraged all the participants to continue to work hard to take part in such activities.

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EVENT 1: APP-PRENEUR

Winners are:

  1. Armaan (C. T. Institute, Shahpur)
  2. Nitish Kumar (DAVIET)
  3. Manpreet Singh (DAVIET)

EVENT 2: ENGINEER’S EYE

Winners are:

  1. Gurpreet Kaur, Nisha & Kushagar Mahajan (DAVIET)
  2. Ramanpreet Kaur, Vishal Sikka, Shivam Gandhi, Rajan Kajal & Manpreet Kaur (DAVIET)
  3. Rishav Aggarwal, Rishabh Nagpal, Puuneet Nanda, Ritika Chopra & Priyanka Gandhi (DAVIET)

EVENT 3: BEAT THE TIME!

Winners are:

  1. Gurvinder & Jagjit (DAVIET)
  2. Akshat Behl (DAVIET)
  3. Nikhil Walia & Mansajal (DAVIET)

EVENT 4: HUNT THE JUNK

Winners are:

  1. Avinash, Anish & Himansh (DAVIET)
  2. Shiraz (DAVIET)
  3. Manpreet Singh (DAVIET)

EVENT 5: MUG UP!

Winners Are:

  1. Akshat Behl (DAVIET)
  2. Mohit Malik (DAVIET)
  3. Paras (DAVIET)

EVENT 6: JAM REMIX!

Winners are:

  1. Rohan Mahajan (DAVIET)
  2. Isha Kumar (DAVIET)
  3. Sehajpreet Singh (DAVIET)

EVENT 7: SWACHH BHARAT

Winners are:

  1. Monica Bains (DAVIET)
  2. Rahul Mehta & Sidhant Salgotra (DAVIET)

EVENT 8: FUTURE VISION

Winners are:

  1. Lakhan Saddi (NIT, Jalandhar)
  2. Aakash Kalia & Varun Rekhi (DAVIET)
  3. Kavneet, Radhika, Rohit & Armaan (C. T. Institute Shahpur)

EVENT 9: FINDING FANNY

Winners are:

  1. Bipul Chauhan, Gurinder Kaur, Monu Kumar & Lalit Kumar (C. T. Institute, Shahpur)
  2. Chetali Goyal, Bhanvi, Anchal Jolly, Arshia Gulati, Arpit & Aastha Chaddha (DAVIET)
  3. Nidhi, Ashish, Mahima & Jatin (DAVIET)

PARTICIPATION OF STUDENTS IN “SCI-BRATION 2016”

The first year students of DAVIET took part in “SCI-BRATION 2016″ held at KMV, Jalandhar on 20.2.2016. It was the celebration of Science and Innovation under Star College Scheme sponsored by Department of Biotechnology (DBT) Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India). 27 students of DAVIET participated in various events like Sci-Skit-The Drama Contest, SciColours The Rangoli Contest, SciCreative- The Collage Contest, Sci-Bauddhic- The Quiz Contest, Sci-Expression The Scientific Speaking Contest listed Below,

Event I: Sci-Skit

NameBranch
1.Ms. MeenakshiIT-I
2.Ms.PriyanjaliCSE-I
3.Mr.Raghavendra KaushikCSE-I
4.Mr. AbheyjeetIT-I
5.Ms. Aashima GandhiIT-I
6.Ms. Ishita BahriECE-IA
7.Mr. DeepanshuIT-I
8.Mr. Rishav SharmaCE-I
9.Mr.PriyanshuECE-2A
10. Ms.KritikaCSE-I
11. Mr.DavtejME-III
12.Mr.SagarpreetME-III
13. Mr.Arnav DograECE-IA
Event II: Sci-Creative
NamesBranch
1. Ms. Ritika & Mr. KamalCSE-I
2. Ms. Maneet & Ms. VanyaCSE-I & ECE-IB

Event III: Sci-Colours

NamesBranch
Mahima & NidhiIT-I
Pallavi &MeghaCSE-I
Event IV: Sci-Expression
NamesBranch
1.Mr. Simarpal SinghECE-IB
2.Ms. ParnikaIT-I
3.Ms. BhavishaCSE-I

Event V: Quiz

NamesBranch
Rishab NagpalCSE-I
Puneet NandaCSE-I
Rishav AggarwalCSE-I

Bhavisha Duggal of CSE-I got second prize in scientific speaking contest and the team of Pallavi Singh & Megha Sood of CSE-I got third prize in Rangoli contest.

Dr. Manoj Kumar, Principal & Dr. Kanchan Lata Singh, HOD Applied Sciences Department, congratulated the winners and encouraged all the participants to continue to work hard to take part in such activities.

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PARTICIPATION OF STUDENTS IN “SCI-CARNIVAL 2016”

On 05-Feb-2016, Science Departments of Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya organized “SCI-CARNIVAL 2016” sponsored by Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India. Vice Chancellor of DAV University Dr. A.K. Paul was the chief guest of the carnival. The following Students of B.Tech.-I year had participated in the different events and shown their talent in the arena and joined the carnival with full enthusiasm and spirit. The Head of the Department Dr. K. L. Singh congratulated the students as well.

Event I: Elocation

NameBranch
Ms. Simran ThakurECE- 1A
Ms. VanyaECE-1B
Mr. Jatin TalwarECE-1A

 

Event II: My Opinion

(Essay Writing)

Event IV: Poster Presentation

 

NamesBranch
1.Mr. Jatin Sharma & Mr. Himanshu RanaME
2.Ms. Maneet & Ms. PriyanjaliCSE

Event III: Working/Still Model Demonstration

 

NameBranch
1. Ms. SimartECE-1B
2. Mr. Shivam MaggoECE-1B
3. Mr. Manish KumarCE
4.Mr. KunalCE
5.Mr. Gaurav WaliaCE
6.Mr. Loveleen SinghCE
7.Mr. Gurdeep SinghCE
8.Mr. Manpreet SinghCE
9.Mr. RishavCE
10.Mr. Amanbir SinghCE
11.Mr. Gautam KumarCE
12.Mr.lovepreet SinghCE
NamesBranch
1.Mr. Rahul Sharma & Mr. Sukhwinder SinghME
2.Mr. Sukrat Mittal & Mr. Sahil MahindruCE
3.Mr. Simratpal Singh & Mr. Rishabh AggarwalCE
4.Mr. Harpreet Singh & Mr.Jashandeep SinghCE
Event V: Quiz
NamesBranch
Mr. HimanshuCE
Mr. HaritCSE
Mr. Anubhav SinglaCE

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PAPER PRESENTATION COMPETITION

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A “Paper Presentation Competition” was organised by the Student Consortium Department of Applied Sciences

for B. Tech. first year students on 30 sep, 2015. In this competition students presented their ideas on various topics related to social, technical and environmental issues. There was a tie for first position between Mr. Simran Thakur and Mr. Varunjeet, Second position was grabbed by Ms. Kritika Sehdev and third position was hold by Mr. Jatin Talwar.

A DECLAMATION CONTEST ON SAVE THE GIRL CHILD

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A declamation contest was organised by human value cell on the topic “Save the girl child”. First position was grabbed by Ms Poorva student of MBA, Second Position was hold by Mr. Akhil Sharma student of B.Tech. ME-I and on the third postion Ms.Gargi of MBA was placed.

VOLTEFACE (Literary Event)

 Date-19th March,2015

 Prize winners:

  1. Vividha Mehra (ECE 2nd yr) – Cash prize (Rs. 1000/-)

2.Pernika Sharma (CSE 2nd yr) – Cash prize ( Rs. 500/- )

 Judges:

  1. Rupesh Kumar
  1. Anand Bajaj
  1. Narinder Sharma

 Organisers:

  1. Supreet Arora
  1. Rajat Sharma
  1. Rachit Gupta
  1. Ritika Sharma
  1. Puneet Gupta
  1. Surbhi Anand
  1. Vishal Sikka
In this event, each participant will get a topic on the spot and he/she has to
speak on that topic for two minutes. The student has to speak in favour for one
minute and against the motion for another minute.
JAM (Just a Minute) – Literary Event
Date-19th March,2015
Prize winners:
1.Aastha Chadha  (CSE 2nd yr) – Cash prize (Rs. 1000/-)
2.Abhinav Pathak (CSE 2nd yr) and Sahiba (M.Tech) – Cash prize (Rs. 500/-)

 Judges:

  1. Rupesh Kumar
  1. Nitin Kalra
  1. Narinder Sharma

 Organisers:

  1. Radhika
  1. Rajat Bhardwaj
  1. Yaman Sharma
  1. Sneha
  1. Sakshi Malhotra

In this event, each participant will get a topic on the spot and he/she has to speak on that topic for a minute.

App Preneur (Technical Event)

 Date-20th March,2015

 Prize winners:

  1. Abhinav Pathak, Abhilaksh (CSE 2nd yr) – Cash prize (Rs. 1000/-)
  1. Rajat Sharma, Rachit Gupta (ECE 2nd yr) – Cash prize (Rs. 500/-)

 Judges:

  1. Kanchan L. Singh
  1. Bhupinder
  1. Ashok Kumar

 Organisers:

  1. Akshat Behl
  1. Garima Anand
  1. Juhi
  1. Himanshi
  1. Anubhav Dawar

In this event, students have to give a presentation upon an idea of a business app and how it can generate profits and can serve the people, also the app should not exist in market.

Declamation Contest

One declamation contest was organized for B.Tech. First year students on the topic “ Moral Values and Ethics in the Present Education System” on 15 September, 2013 on the occasion of Birth Anniversary of Swami Virjanand Ji

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