Quantum Global Campus, Roorkee is gripping its own individuality to enlighten the quality education. It has set an excellent example in short span of time for other academic institutions in the region in providing superior career opportunities along with excellent pedagogical standards and conducting many highly useful intellectual discourses and workshops by renowned technologists from all over the globe for its future Technocrats and Budding Managers.
Reflecting this truth, Quantum School of Technology recently organized one more successful and knowledgeable learned discussion on a very advanced technical subject “Biological Electronic Circuits Can Substitute Drug Therapy.”, along with the rich experiences of the elite personalities such as The Ex-Director, Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), leader, Indian Satellite Launch Teams for Aryabhatta & Bhaskara & Ex-Vice Chancellor, Jabalpur University, Dr.Shiv Prasad Kosta, The Chief Guest and Speaker and The Deputy Director IIT, Roorkee, Dr. S.P Gupta The Guest of Honor.
The Chief Guest, Guests of Honor, The Chairman of the campus, Shri Ajay Goyal, The Director General, Dr.S.C. Handa along with other invited Guests and Members of Management inaugurated the program by lighting the lamp at the idol of the Goddess Saraswati. This was followed by the Kulgeet that mesmerized everyone present.
On the arrival of the Dignitaries, they were greeted with a Ceremonial Tilak and were given a huge round of applause. The Chairman, Shri Ajay Goyal Ji felicitated all the Dignitaries and presented Mementos and Bouquets as a token of appreciation and respect.
On this very auspicious occasion, The Chief Guest, Senior Scientist, Dr. Shiv Prasad Kosta showered blessings with his valuable words and wished his young audience a bright future ahead. In his address, he discussed the brief history of the Indian Space Research Organization that is the primary space agency of India. ISRO is among the largest government space agencies in the world.
Dr. Kosta answered with his characteristic clarity and conciseness, many interesting and involved questions placed by the students. He answered questions on how satellites are injected into orbit, what procedures are used in their injection into interplanetary space, the fuels used by rocket engines, etc. He also guided the senior students regarding career choices and future prospects for young engineers at ISRO.
In addition to this, he shared his experiences of being on the Indian Satellite Launch Teams for Aryabhatta & Bhaskara as a Team-Leader and told that India’s first satellite, Aryabhatta was launched by the Soviet Union on 19th April 1975 by ISRO to gain experience in building and operating a satellite in space. The launch came from an agreement between India and the Soviet Union directed by U.R. Rao and signed in 1972. It allowed the USSR to use Indian ports for tracking ships and launching vessels in return for launching Indian Satellites while Bhaskara was launched on 7th June 1939 from Kapustin Yar aboard the Kosmos-3M launch vehicle. The main objectives were to conduct earth observation experiments for application related to hydrology, forestry and geology using a two- band TV camera system and to conduct ocean-surface studies using a two- frequency satellite microwave radiometer system.
He further shed light on related topics and made the students and present crowd aware of the unbelievable promise of science and its innovations for the well-being of mankind. He concluded the topic by stating that Chemical Drug Based Human Disease Healing (CDBHDH) is a well-established methodology in Medical sciences. The Physician’s drug (Medicine) dose given to a patient interacts with the bio-molecular environment inside the patient’s body. The creation of an appropriate Human Tissue-Based Electronic Circuit (HTBEC) inside the human body (at appropriate determined location) to normalize the prevailing disturbed ion profiles of patient and thus the possibility of HTBEC becoming an alternate treatment protocol to CDBHDH in some cases, was elucidated at length. After a review of the work accomplished in this field a few conceptually realizable HTBEC (digital/analog) to demonstrate the feasibility of this treatment methodology was presented.
The students were excited and felt honored to be given this opportunity to interact with such eminent personalities and to learn of the valuable concepts pertaining to their education and career- exposure.
The Deputy Director, IIT Roorkee Dr. S.P. Gupta addressed the students with such verve and enthusiasm that the students became eager to ask ever more detailed and shrewd technical questions. This type of technical discussion makes students much more confident in their competence as engineers while also reminding them how much they need to learn in their respective fields.
Towards the end of the program Dean Academics Er. M.S Gupta proposed a vote of thanks to all the Dignitaries, Management, Organizers and all those who contributed to the program for sparing their precious time from their tight schedules with their blessings for the bright future of the students.