Induction Programme 2019

August 02 ,2019

 

Orientation Programme 

Orientation Programme, Day 1 (1st August, 2019 : Thursday)

Time

Programme

Venue

11:00am - 11:10am

Jaya Hey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Multipurpose

Hall

11:10am - 11:15am

Light Lighting by the dignitaries on the dais

11:15am - 11:20am

Inaugural Song

 

11:20am - 11:35am

Welcome Address and Pen Picture

by Prof. Biswajit Ghosh, Vice Chancellor, TNU

11:35am - 11:50am

Address by Chief Guest, Prof. D D Patra, Vice Chancellor, BCKV

11:50am - 12:05pm

Address by Guest of Honour, Prof. A K Paul, Professor, CU

 

12:05pm - 12:20pm

Overview about Neotia Institute of Technology, Management and Science by Prof. Sujoy Biswas, Principal, NITMAS

12:20pm - 12:35pm

Address by Prof. Subhajyoti Ghosh, Registrar, TNU

12:35pm - 12:40pm

Dance Performance by Students

 

12:40pm - 12:55pm

Information about Anti-Ragging activities by Prof. Debajyoti De

 

12:55pm - 1:10pm

Dos and Donts by the students and students' facilities on the campus by Mr. Suhas Mukherjee, Head of Administration

 

1:10pm - 1:25pm

Introduction to Head of Divisions/In-Charges of different Academic Units of the Institute

by Prof. Manashi Chakraborty

 

1:25pm - 1:30pm

Vote of Thanks

by Prof. Chandra Mukherjee

A two-day long Orientation programme was organised by Neotia Institute of Technology, Management and Science at the multipurpose hall of its Sarisha campus to welcome its newly admitted students and their guardians. The programme started with National Anthem followed by lighting the lamp and other cultural performances. The dignitaries present on the occasion were Prof. Sujoy Biswas (Principal, NITMAS), Prof. Biswajit Ghosh (Vice Chancellor, TNU), Prof. D D Patra (Vice Chancellor, BCKV), Prof. A K Paul (Professor, University of Calcutta) and Dr. S M Ali (Director, IEI). Prof. Biswas introduced NITMAS to students and their guardians, explained rules and regulations of the Institute and guided them on being focussed in academics and achieving career goals. Other dignitaries briefed the importance of orientation programme and also required training programmes to make them employable. The programme ended with the vote of thanks.

Registration Desks

Speech by Prof. Sujoy Biswas, Principal, NITMAS

Speech by Prof. A.K. Paul, Calcutta University (Guest of Honour)

The Assembly of the Students and Guardians

Dance performance by the Students

Orientation Programme, Day 2 (2nd August, 2019 : Friday)

Time

Programme

Venue

11:00am - 11:30am

Introduction to Clubs: by Prof. Gouranga Mitra

 

 

 

 

Scholastic Building III

11:30am - 12:00pm

Introduction to Sports and Recreation: by Prof. Sunanda Chatterjee

12:00pm - 12:30pm

Introduction to Library Facilities: by Prof. Amit Sarkar

 

12:30pm - 1:30pm

Introduction to Course Curriculum and Exam Rules and Regulations:

by Prof. Biswarup Mukherjee

 

On the second day, different campus facilities like music club, photography club, technical and social club, sports and recreation facilities, gymnasium, library etc. were introduced to the students by the respected faculty members of our campus. Prof. Biswarup Mukherjee introduced the course curriculum and examination rules, regulations, evaluation criteria to the students, these information are very significant and crucial to the fresh students. Students and guardians enjoyed both the days and were volunteered by the staffs and senior students of our campus.

Introduction to course curriculum and examination rules, regulations by Prof. Biswarup Mukherjee

An introduction to sports and recreation facility by Prof. Sunanda Chatterjee

The attentive students listening to the lecture on Campus facilities

   
Induction Programme

Week 1, Day 1 (5th August 2019 : Monday)

 

Time

Programme

Venue

10:00am - 11:30am

Address by Principal, NITMAS by Prof. Sujoy Biswas

SB2-312

11:30am - 1:00pm    

Visit to different Campus facilities (Games, Sports, Gym, Music club)

Coordinated by Mr. Gopal Bhandari, Sports Coordinator

College Campus

2.00pm-4.30pm

Address by Departmental Head

by Prof. Sujoy Biswas (ECE) and Prof. Basudev Halder (CSE)

For ECE Students,

SB1-104,

Session Organiser:

Prof. Maitreyee

Samanta

For CSE Students,

SB2-312

Session Organiser:

Prof. Sunanda Sinha

Rules and Disciplines of the Department

Session by Group Mentor

by Prof. Suman Halder (ECE) and Prof. Deep Suman Dev (CSE)

Departmental academic and administrative activities

Introduction to Departmental Faculties and Technical Assistants

Allotment for mentoring by senior students

As per guidelines of AICTE there was a three-week long Induction Programme, conducted for the 1st year students of NITMAS to make them familiar with the respective department as well as the culture and ethos of the Institute and to get them involved in different academic and non-academic activities for their holistic development.

All the 1st year students were welcomed by Principal, NITMAS and guided on institutional rules, regulations and also their future goals. All the faculty members and mentors engaged with 1st year activities were introduced. Students visited different campus facilities like Games,  Gym, Music  club,  Swimming  pool, Library,  Workshop  under  the  guidance  of  sports  coordinator  and technical assistants of ECE and CSE departments.

Students were mentored by respective departmental head on departmental rules, disciplines, code of conduct and ethics. Departmental faculty members and technical assistants were introduced by the departmental head followed by departmental academic and administrative activities like formation of group email ids, whatsapp group, selection of mentors from faculties and senior students etc.

NITMAS Campus

Visit to Workshop for the 1st time

Basketball Court

A visit to Library

Gymnasium

Swimming Pool

Week 1, Day 2 (6th August, 2019 : Tuesday)

Time

Programme

Venue

 

2.00pm-3.00pm

Session on MAR, MOOCs and other academic activities

by Prof. Deep Suman Dev, CSE, NITMAS

 

SB2-312

 

3.00pm-3.15pm

Introduction to InfyTQ

by Prof. Soumendranath Mishra, CSE, NITMAS

 

SB2-312

 

 

3.15pm-4.30pm

Introduction to Research Activities

by Prof. Samik Samanta (ECE), Prof. Subrata Dutta (CSE)

SB1-104 (ECE) SB2-312 (CSE)

Visit to Corresponding Departmental Laboratories

Coordinated by Prof. Paramita Das (ECE), Prof. Kallol Bera (CSE)

SB1 (ECE) and

SB2 (CSE)

A session was conducted by Prof. Deep Suman Dev on MAR, MOOCs and other academic activities for all the students of NITMAS. InfyTQ which is a free platform open to all engineering students in their third and fourth year across India and which encourages holistic development by imparting technical as well as professional skills to help them become industry ready, was introduced by Prof. Soumendranath Mishra. An introduction to Research Activities was given to the students by Prof. Samik Samanta and Prof. Subrata Dutta. Students visited all the departmental laboratories under the guidance of Prof. Paramita Das and Prof. Kallol Bera respectively.

Week 1, Day 3 (7th August, 2019 : Wednesday)

Time

Programme

Venue

 

 

 

2.00pm-4.30pm

GRP-B (CSE, Roll-23 to 44) : Computer Knowledge Development, by Mr. Subhendu Kumar, CSE, NITMAS

For GRP-B, SB2-307 (CL4), For GRP-C,

SB1-104

For GRP-A, SB1-308

GRP-C (CSE, Roll 45 to rest and ECE) : English Skill Development

by Prof. Samridhya Moitra, English, NITMAS

GRP-A (CSE, Roll-1 to 22) : Group Discussion

by Prof. Soumita Haldar Chakraborty, ECE, NITMAS


All the 1st year students were divided into three groups for some of the sessions of the Induction Programme.

  • 1st group had a session on Group Discussion on the following topics to make them involved in group activities and also to boost their confidence level, conducted by Prof. Soumita Haldar Chakraborty.
  • E-vehicles in India, Scarcity of drinking water, Curse of plastic pollution, Effects of global climate change
  • 2nd   group had a session on Computer  Knowledge Development to brush up their basic knowledge of computer, conducted by Mr. Subhendu Kumar.
  • 3rd  group had a session on English Skill Development to improve their grammatical, writing and communication skillsconducted by Prof. Samridhya Moitra.

Week 1, Day 4 (8th August 2019: Thursday)

Time

Programme

Venue

 

2.00pm-3.00pm

Lecture on Creative and Performing Arts

by Dr. Chandra Mukherjee, Chemistry, NITMAS

 

 

SB1-104

 

3.00pm-4.30pm

Participation in Creative Arts

Coordinated by Prof. Chandra Mukherjee, Chemistry, NITMAS

  • A session on Creative and Performing Arts was conducted by Prof. Chandra Mukherjee.
  • Students participated in different forms of performing arts like singing, dancing, recitation, drama etc.

Week 1, Day 5 (9th August, 2019 : Friday)

Time

Programme

Venue

 

 

 

 

 

2.00pm-4.30pm

Invited talk on "Career opportunities in the field of Cloud Computing"

by Mr. Arijit Roy, Lead Cloud Integration Architect, IBM GTS Lab

 

 

 

 

 

SB1-104

 

Invited talk on "Challenges and Opportunities in the field of Artificial Intelligence"

by Mr. Anupam Mandal, Scientist-F, DRDO

 

Invited talk on "Career opportunities in the field of Embedded Systems"

by Mr. Suranjan Chakraborty, Senior Engineer, Qualcomm India Private Limited

·      An Invited lecture was delivered on "Career opportunities in the field of Cloud Computing" by Mr. Arijit Roy, Lead Cloud Integration Architect, IBM GTS Lab, through video conferencing.

Mr. Arijit Roy is a multi-skilled technical architect with about 13 years of comprehensive experience in designing, developing and deploying architectures and infrastructure for Custom  Software  Applications,  Software  Services Research  (along with  IBM Watson Research Lab) and Product Development. He is a subject matter expert and a technical leader in Business Process Management (BPM), Business Process Modelling, Business Process Engineering (BPE), Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Model Driven Technologies (MDA/MDD) and a Technical Leader in Java/J2EE technologies.

He delivered a significant speech on the need of cloud computing, explained in detail many advantages of this technology. He then precisely and concisely explained different types of cloud services, cloud providers and different deployment models, growth and technologies associated with it and more significantly career path in this field. He showed various statistics on this technology. He motivated and nurtured the young minds with his valuable words.

  • An Invited lecture was delivered on "Challenges and Opportunities in the field of Artificial Intelligence" by Mr. AnupaMandal, Scientist-F, DRDO, through video conferencing.

Mr. Anupam Mandal is a scientist with Centre for AI and Robotics, Defence R&D Organisation, India. He obtained his bachelors and masters in Computer Science and Engineering from NIT, Durgapur and IIT Madras respectively. He has over 15 years experience in research, design and development of automatic speech and speaker recognition and speech indexing systems. He has published several papers in international conferences on different aspects of automatic speech processing and VoIP technology.

He very beautifully explained the concept of Artificial Intelligence and why the tech world is crazy about it. His intelligent words on the evolution of AI and what the students should equip themselves with for a career in AIimpressed the students very much. He also guided the fresh minds with the opportunities and challenges in the field of AI and also how to move forward and the future of AI.

  • An  Invited  lecture was delivered on  "Career opportunities in the field of  Embedded  Systems"  by  Mr.  Suranjan Chakraborty, Senior Engineer, Qualcomm India Private Limited, through video conferencing.

Mr. Suranjan Chakraborty joined WIPRO as a system engineer. He got the opportunity to work with Intel through WIPRO, Intel Ultra Mobility Group on Energy & Thermal Management system architecture of Linux Android based Intel mobile/ Tablet platforms. He later joined Samsung, Bangalore, the memory solution team, R&D section. There he was mostly exposed to embedded system domain. Currently he is associated with Qualcomm India Pvt. Ltd. There he works as a senior engineer in Qualcomm Snapdragon Core platform team and DSP Audio Validation Team.

He shared his journey as a technical person in different companies as much as the students of 1st semester can understand but more interestingly he shared his journey from an under graduate student to till date. He motivated the students by sharing stories of different interview panels and how success can be achieved through failure and how they can start preparing themselves from day 1 to make themselves employable.

Week 2, Day 1 (13th August, 2019 : Tuesday)

Time

Programme

Venue

 

 

 

2.00pm-4.30pm

GRP-A (CSE, Roll-1 to 22) : Computer Knowledge Development

by Mr. Anirban Dasgupta, CSE, NITMAS

For GRP-A, SB2-205 (CL2), For GRP-B,

SB1-104

For GRP-C, SB1-308

GRP-B (CSE, Roll 23 to 44) : English Skill Development

by Prof. Samridhya Moitra, English, NITMAS

GRP-C (CSE, Roll 45 to rest and ECE) : Group Discussion

by Prof. Chandra Mukherjee, Chemistry, NITMAS

  • 1st   group  had  a  session  oComputer  Knowledge  Development  to brush  up  their  basic  knowledge  of computer, conducted by Mr. Anirban Dasgupta.
  • 2nd  group had a session on English Skill Development to improve their grammatical, writing and communication skillsconducted by Prof. Samridhya Moitra.
  • 3rd group had a session on Group Discussion on the following topics to make them involved in group activities and also to boost their confidence level, conducted by Prof. Chandra Mukherjee.
  • §      Is technology making us less human?
  • §      E-vehicles in India
  • §      Is 75% attendance too much for engineering students?
  • §      Use of renewable energy in India
  • §      Will artificial intelligence take away jobs?

 

Week 2, Day 2 (14th August, 2019 : Wednesday)

Time

Programme

Venue

 

2.00pm-3.00pm

Lecture on Innovation and Entrepreneurship

by Prof. Sunanda Chatterjee, Mentor (E-cell, NITMAS)

 

 

SB1-104

 

3.00pm-4.30pm

E-cell activities:

Coordinated by Prof. Sunanda Chatterjee, Mentor (E-cell, NITMAS)

  • A lecture on Innovation and Entrepreneurship was delivered by Prof. Sunanda Chatterjee.
  • Different E-cell activities were conducted by him.

 

Week 2,Day 3 (15th August,2019:Thursday)

Time

Programme

Venue

 

Morning Session

 

Participation in Independence Day Celebration Programme at NITMAS campus

 

Campus Ground

Students participated in Independence Day Celebration Programme at the campus.

Week 2, Day 4 (16th August, 2019 : Friday)

Time

Programme

Venue

 

2.00pm-4.30pm

Yoga and Meditation

Coordinated by Prof.Suman  Haldar,ECE,NITMAS

 

Multipurpose Hall

 

A very motivating session was conducted on Yoga and Meditation by the members of Sarisa Rama Krishna Mission Ashram. session where students got familiar with different AasanaDhyanaPranayama,was coordinated by Prof. Suman Haldar.

Week 3,Day 1(19th August,2019 : Monday)

Time

Programme

Venue

 

2.00pm-4.30pm

Visit to Industry: Vikram Solar Pvt. Ltd.

Coordinated by Prof. Mridanku Shekhar Pramanick,ECE,NITMAS

Falta,South 24 Parganas, WB

 

An Industrial Visit to Vikram Solar at FaItaSouth 24 Parganas was coordinated by Prof. Mridanku Shekhar Pramanick. Students seemed very energetic and enthusiastic as it was 1st  Industrial Visit of their curriculum.

Week 3, Day 2 (20th August, 2019 : Tuesday)

Time

Programme

Venue

 

 

 

2.00pm-4.30pm

GRP-C (CSE, Roll 45 to rest and ECE) : Computer Knowledge Development

by Mr. Anirban Dasgupta, CSE, NITMAS

For GRP-C, SB2-205 (CL2), For GRP-A,

SB1-104

For GRP-B, SB1-308

GRP-A (CSE, Roll 1 to 22) : English Skill Development

by Prof. Samridhya Moitra, English, NITMAS

GRP-B (CSE, Roll 23 to 44) : Group Discussion

by Prof. Chandra Mukherjee, Chemistry, NITMAS

  • 1st  group had a session on English Skill Development to improve their grammatical, writing and communication skills, conducted by Prof. Samridhya Moitra.
  • ·      2nd group had a session on Group Discussion on the following topics to make them involve in group activities and also to boost their confidence level, conducted by Prof. Chandra Mukherjee.

§      Is technology making us less human?

§      E-vehicles in India

§      Is 75% attendance too much for engineering students?

§      Use of renewable energy in India

§      Will artificial intelligence take away jobs?

  • ·      3rd group had a session on Computer  Knowledge Development to brush up their basic knowledge of  computer, conducted by Mr. Anirban Dasgupta.

 

Week 3, Day 3 (21st August, 2019 : Wednesday)

Time

Programme

Venue

2:00pm-2:30pm

Session by Mr. D. Gopi Bhushan, Placement Officer, NITMAS

SB1-104

 

2.30pm-3.30pm

Session on "Holistic View of Life, Social issues and Human values"

by Prof. Paramita Das, ECE, NITMAS

 

 

SB1-104

 

3.30pm-4.30pm

Session on "Power of Positive Thinking"

by Prof. Paramita Das, ECE, NITMAS

  • A session was conducted by Mr. D. Gopi Bhushan, Placement Officer on different placement activities, dos and donts for making the students industry ready.
  • A meaningful session on Holistic View of Life, Social issues and Human values’ and Power of Positive Thinking’ was conducted by Prof. Paramita Das.

 

Week 3, Day 4 (22nd August, 2019 : Thursday)

Time

Programme

Venue

 

2.00pm-3.15pm

Debate on "Hard Work vs Good Luck"

Coordinated by Prof. Bijoy Kumar Singha, 1st year Coordinator, NITMAS

 

 

SB1-104

 

3.15pm-4.30pm

Debate on "Benison vs Curse of Social Networks"

Coordinated by Prof. Bijoy Kumar Singha, 1st year Coordinator, NITMAS

A debate session on Hard Work vs Good Luck for success’ and Benison vs Curse of Social Networks’ was conducted by 1st year coordinator, Prof. Bijoy Kumar Singha. It could not be conducted on the scheduled date for some unavoidable reasons; it was rescheduled on some other days in three different slots.

 

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