Raipur. Students of Central College of Engineering & Management have performed exceptionally well in the 8th semester examination - 2014 held by Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University (CSVTU).
Toppers include Pooja from Electronics and Tele-Communication branch, Chandra Shekhar Verma from Mechanical, Ankita Dubey from Computer Science and Tileshwari Sahu from Civil Engineering.
Director Vinay Chandrakar and Academic Director Dr. S.K. Chandrakar have congratulated and extended their wishes to the successful students.
Bhilai. Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University (CGVTU) has declared the results for Diploma in Engineering 1st semester (Main and Supplementary) examinations.
Of the total 6001 students who appeared in the examination, 1758 students were able to clear it and the results were recorded to 29.29%.
Durg. Mr. Gelus Ram Sahu, Principal of Government Polytechnic College may be the next Registrar of Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University, informed sources.
Following the refusal by the incumbent registrar Ghana Ram Sahu, who did not intimate the technical department about his decision to quit about three months ago; search for a new registrar began after the model code of conduct was lifted.
According to information, technical department officials have moved note sheets for the appointment of Mr. Gelus Ram but authorities didn't confirm. Efforts are also being made for the appointment of some other officials too. Meanwhile, the police investigaion in to the online tampering/hacking to improve the marks of 37 students with back papers is waiting for the forensic report of the hard disk of the system from the laboratory in Hyderabad which may take time.
The investigating police are also reported to have prepared a five page report. However it is unclear whether the police have investigated the role of the beneficiary students. The sealed valuation center of CSVTU is now once again open for normal functioning. The farce came into the open due to the mirror image provisions in the system which alters and displays tampering.
While marks of the online valuation conducted on scanned answer sheets are directly filled online session marks are later included.
The Vice-Chancellor, Registrar are even other senior officials are safe in this particular case as none of them but for the two staff presently appointed on daily wages have the password of the system which was tampered or hacked.
Surprisingly, the system is also connected to internet. If no hacking took place, then the two daily wagers, who have been told not to leave station or switch off their mobile sets may land in trouble.
The pathetic condition of CSVTU is that about nine years into existence, it doesn't have permanent university staff appointed through CGPSC. While majority of the senior officials have been roped in from polytechnic and other colleges, the staffs entrusted with works of confidential nature is daily wagers slogging for a paltry sum.
Very often, they fall prey to the corrupt tactics adopted by the managements of some engineering colleges to make their both ends meet. Though the employees had welcomed Mr. Ghanaram Sahu with an agitation and strike demanding regularization of job and UGC salary their demands have not been met yet.
Instead with the passage of time in the last one year, groupism continued to haunt the workforce of CSVTU with one section openly alleging the others for the wrong practices in the functioning of university on different occasion.
Raipur. Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University (CSVTU) has extended the last date of application for BE and B.Pharmacy (Ist and IInd Semester) examination due to election to April 30.
All engineering institutes may submit the applications at the university without late fee until May 2. After such date, applications will be accepted with a late fee of Rs. 30 until May 5 and after May 5 until May 10, the applications will be accepted with a late fee of Rs. 120.
Last date of submitting applications with late fee at the university is May 12
Raipur. Technical University has decided to raise the fees for engineering at all colleges of state. University has also raised the fee for examination and evaluation. The regulatory committee is also considering the proposal on raising fees.
The new fee structure will most likely be effective from the upcoming session.
At the same time, the technical department has decided to allow admission to the students of state on 75% seats offered by private colleges. 15% has been reserved as management quota while 10% seats will be reserved for students from other states.
However, the final fee structure would be applied only after the decision of committee.
Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University has also increased the examination from Rs. 850 to Rs. 925 and evaluation fee from Rs. 200 to Rs. 400.
Bhilai. Academic committee of Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University (CSVTU) has proposed to start new courses in engineering colleges as well as to extend the number of seats. This was done through the draft of UGC.
The proposal will be approved by the executive council of CSVTU in a meeting to be held on April 3.
Notably, it has been three years in a row when pending issues like that have been proposed at the meeting of council.
Bhilai. Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University (CSVTU) on Saturday, declared the results of MBA Ist and IIIrd semester (Main & Supplementary) examination. 690 students had appeared in the main examination of Ist semester.
Raipur. Two students of Columbia Institute of Pharmacy named Shweta Dutta and Himani Thakur have achieved first and second rank respectively in the merit list of B.Pharmacy 5th semester declared by Technical University.
Besides that, other students including Meena Kumari Chauhan achieved fourth, Deepa Dohari ninth and Dakeshwar Kumar has achieved tenth position.
Five positions have been dominated by all five students from Columbia Institute. Bhavna Deshmukh and Sourabh Sahu of B.Pharmacy (7th semester) have achieved 6th and 7th position respectively.
Notably, students Pooja Dubey, Vijaya Lakshmi Rathod and Rana Raja Girijashankar were provided gold medals by Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University (CSVTU) for the session 2012-13.
Bhilai. Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) has issued Non Objection Certificate (NOC) to engineering colleges for the year 2014-15. This certificate will benefit all old colleges, seats and branches but affiliation of these colleges from Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University (CSVTU) is still on hold.
The guidelines related to affiliation have not arrived to university so far causing the process of affiliation to not move any further.
Raipur. Columbia Institute of Pharmacy student Pooja Dubey, Vijaya Lakshmi Rathore and Rana Raja Girijashankar of M Pharma (Pharmaceuticals), M Pharma (Pharmacology) and Diploma Pharmacy 2012-14 got Gold medal in the convocation ceremony organised by Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University. Apart from this, Rajesh Kumar Chouhan of Electrical Engineering and Electronics branch of Columbia Institute of Engineering and Technology achieved 10th position in the merit list declared by Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University (CSVTU) and made the college proud.
Chief guest of the convocation ceremony was Dr. K Radhakrishnan, Chairman, ISRO and special guest was Shekhar Dutt, Governor, Chhattisgarh and Vice Chancellor. It is notable that student Neha Yadav of Columbia Institute also bagged Gold Medal from the technical university for B. Pharma during the session 2006-10. Faculties and Principals Dr. Amit Roy, Dr. RVV Sudhakar and Surendra Saraf extended the greetings to the successful students and wished them a bright future ahead.
Janpragati Education Society, Raipur chairman Kishore, Jadhwani and Secretary Harjeet Singh Hura said that it is a matter of proud for the institute that three students of Columbia bagged the gold medal from the technical university.