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Quantum Hosted a National Technical Conference on Emerging Trends in Electronics and Communication (ETEC-2015)

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18-Apr-2015

In the never ending chain of educational activities, Quantum School of Technology, Roorkee recently organized a National Conference on “Emerging Trends in Electronics and Communication (ETEC-2015)”, in its well equipped Seminar Halls and aesthetically designed auditorium.

Over 350 Guests, Invitees and Participants of the conference were offered a heart touching welcome by Dr. S.C. Handa, The Director General of the Campus at Shyam ji Auditorium. The Director General appreciated the overwhelming response to the conference and informed that 45 research papers have been accepted from many regions of the country. The conference received both financial and moral support from M/s Engineering Model Pvt. Ltd, Roorkee, CETPA Infotech, Roorkee and M/s Geotech Pvt. Ltd, Roorkee.

The Chief Guest, Dr. R.P Agarwal, Former Vice- Chancellor of Dr. H.S Gour University, Sagar, Madhya Pradesh and of Bundelkhand University, Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh, presently serving as Academic Advisor & Vice Chancellor at Shobhit University, Merrut, Guest of Honor, Dr R.K Singh, Officer on Special Duty in Uttarakhand Technical University, Dehradun, The Chairman of the Campus, Shri Ajay Goyal Ji and other Dignitaries, inaugurated the National Conference by lighting the lamp in honor of Goddess of Learning ‘Maa Saraswati’. The students took the function to the musical height with their melodious ‘Saraswati Vandana’ and a graceful Rajasthani folk dance by girl students. On the auspicious occasion of the conference, The Chairman along with college officials honored the Chief Guest and Guest of Honor by presenting them Bouquets and Mementos with a note of appreciation for their benign presence.

Prof. S.C. Handa addressed the Chief Guest and Guest of Honor of the conference by discussing their multi- faceted personality consisting of very high academic, teaching and administrative skills.

The Chief Guest, Dr. R.P Agarwal in his inaugural address said that by organizing the National Conference on such a relevant topic, Quantum School of Technology has set an example before other technical institutions. He added that Quantum has emerged as a symbol of excellence in technical education in Northern India on account of its fine management and skillful administration. He emphasized that creative thinking should be developed in the students by the teachers. Apart from academic excellence, a student should grow into an ideal human being also with innovative thoughts.

Of particular interest was the Chief Guest very lucid and perspicacious discourse on the Convergence of Microelectronics, VLSI, Manufacturing facilities of electronic devices in India and Usage of software in electronics. Tapping into his colossal reserve of knowledge, Dr. R.P Agarwal predicted that with the exponential growth of new technologies and paradigm shifting concepts such as VLSI and Optoelectronic devices cloud computing and distributed processing, Utopia may be much closer than was once imagined.

The Guest of Honor, Dr. R.K Singh said “This institute has become a center of innovation in the field of teaching and learning process and concluded that Quantum Global Campus is quite lucky because of its proximity to IIT Roorkee too, which motivates students to keep them abreast with the latest innovation in Technology. The eagerness that I have seen in the eyes of the faculty and the students, the depth of the ideas they have presented and analyzed, fill me with indescribable joy and elation.”

The Chairman, Shri Ajay Goyal Ji said “The ETEC-2015 aims to bring together Technologists, Industrialists, Engineers and Researchers working in academic institutes, research laboratories and industries on a common platform to interact with one another and to provide an opportunity to present their work as well as exchange information and understanding on recent advancement in the field of Electronic engineering”.

The presentations encompassed the entire spectrum of the Electronics field, with many of the presenters touching upon state of the art disciplines such as VLSI, Intelligent power systems, Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) and Optical fiber communication systems.

The Director of Quantum School of Technology, Dr Gulshan Chauhan apprised that our vision is to prepare global competent engineers, technocrats and researchers that will cater to a global workforce. Our aim is not only to provide a world class engineering education, but also indicate a progressive attitude towards the betterment of society. He said “In view of the spectacular transformations our society is presently going through, it seems almost futile to speculate about the advances that will be made even in five years time, the only thing that can be stated for certain is that the developments in this field will be beyond our wide aspirations.

The Convener of the Conference, Er. M.S Gupta discussed “Make in India” concept and gave an introduction of the conference stating its objectives, conference themes, details of the arranged sessions, keynote speakers and relevance in today’s context. The proceedings of the conference along with the CD of conference proceedings were then released by the Chief Guest DR. R.P Agarwal and The Board of Management.

The schedule of the National Conference consisted of four sessions. The keynote speaker of the first session was Dr.S.C Gupta Retd. From IIT Roorkee. At the second session Dr. N.P Pathak from IIT Roorkee was the keynote speaker. The third session was addressed by Dr. Sanjeev Manhas from IIT Roorkee and the final session was presided over by Dr. A.K Saxena from IIT Roorkee, including several other Research Scholars namely Roshan Kumar, Divya Sahgal, Ishita Aggarwal, Vivek Kumar, Dharam Dutta, Lovi Jain etc, presented papers on the research being conducted in the various fields of electronics by them. A special students’ session was also organized where the young budding engineers presented their ideas.

Towards the end of the inaugural session, Deputy Coordinator of the Electronics Department, Mr. G.K Sharma proposed a vote of thanks to the Guests, Dignitaries, Board of Management, Organizers and all those who contributed to the conference and summed up by admiring the excellent transmission of knowledge, education and technologies through this useful conference and hoped that such academic conference would help the technocrats in achieving the quality knowledge. The inaugural session came to an end with a traditional “Kulgeet” presented by students.

 

 

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