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.
Dhamtari. Pooja Hirani, a student of Shankaracharya College, Bhilai, has topped MCA (Master of Computer Applications) examination. She received gold medal at the convocation ceremony of Swami Vivekananda Technical University, Bhilai on January 28.
She completed her primary education from Dhamtari and has been a meritorious student right from the beginning. Her achievement has been honoured by the principal of PG College, Dr. Chandrasekhar Choubey, Dr. S.K.Saha, colleagues and members of Sindhi community.
Bhilai. Rekha Sharma has been awarded Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) by the Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University (CSVTU), Bhilai. Rekha has completed her research on "Applied Chemistry under the faculty of Applied Sciences".
The title of her thesis is "Biosorptive methods of sequestration of toxic pollutants and studies on environmental health." She carried out her research work in BIT Durg under the supervision of Dr. Piyush Kant Pandey, Principal BIT, Raipur and Dr. Madhurima Pandey, BIT Durg.
She is the wife of Mukesh Sharma, an employee of Bhilai Steel Plant.
Bhilai. About 34 researchers have been awarded Ph.D. degree and Diploma while 48 students from UG and PG were awarded gold medals during the second convocation ceremony held after the establishment of Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University (CSVTU).
Chief guests at the ceremony Dr. K. Radhakrishnan, chairman of ISRO and Dr. K.L.Chopra of IIT Kharagpur were awarded honorary of D.Sc. by chancellor Shekhar Dutt.
Raipur. Girls have once again not only made their parents proud but also made their institute proud with their excellent performance in engineering studies. Namrata Jain, daughter of Dharamveer Ji Baidmutha has cleared all eight semesters of B.E. Electronics & Telecommunication at Raipur located Shankara college.
Besides that, Namrata carrying her strong determination and putting her hard work has also achieved ninth place in the merit list of Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University (CSVTU).
Moreover, Namrata's sister Ekta Jain has also contributed to her family's pride by clearing all six semesters of BBA from Disha College of Raipur.
Ekta achieving the first place in the merit list of Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University (PRSU) has exalted the entire Jain society.
Bhilai. A two-day workshop subjecting the four new M Tech (Post Graduate) courses was organized by CSVTU at Shri Shankaracharya Technical Campus during January 15 & 16. Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University is starting four new M.Tech (PG courses), which includes M Tech in Biomedical Engineering M. Tech in Energy & Environmental Engineering, M. Tech in Microelectronics & VLSI and M. Tech (Design).
Four different committees have been constituted for four different M.Tech (PG courses) in which the main experts are Dr. Anupam Shukla (Prof. IIITM Gwalior), Dr. Ram Gopal Rao (Prof. IIT Bombay) and Dr. Amit Ray (Prof. Shiv Nadar University Noida).
During the workshop, the main experts and experts from colleges affiliated to CSVTU designed the syllabus of the four new M. Tech (PG courses) taking into consideration of IIT syllabus. On Wednesday, Prof. GR Sahu, Registrar, CSVTU inaugurated the programme.
In Energy and Environment courses, Executive Engineer S Gyani from CREDA, Officer from BSP Dr. RN Patel, Prof. Chako and Dr. RN Khare, Principal Shri Shankaracharya Engineering College, Prof. Santosh, Prof. J Sindhu contributed for designing the syllabus.
In Biomedical Engineering and Microelectronics, Dr. Anupam Shukla and Dr. Ram Gopal Rao contributed and signed a MOU between CSVTU and IIT Bombay and suggested lecture through video conferencing from ITT's. In M. Tech (Design) course, Dr. Amit Ray and Dr. PB Deshmukh Director, SSTC contributed. Experts present in this workshop were Dr. J Shiv Kumar, Dr. ML Agrawal, Dr. Manisha Agrawal, Dr. Deepali Souren, Dr. ML Verma, Dr. Mimi Mukherjee, RL Sharma, Dr. GR Sinha, Dr. Neeta Tripathi and from university RP Verma, Vikas Sukhdev and Dr. SN Ghosh.
IP Mishra, President, SGES congratulated all on introduction of four new PG courses. Dr. BC Mal, Vice Chancellor, CSVTU and GR Sahu, Registrar, CSVTU hoped that all new courses will commence from next session.
Rajnandgaon. As many as 52 final year students from Civil Engineering branch appeared for the campus interview of Nirman Infrastructure Limited, a leading construction company having offices in Bhilai and Raipur that visited Yugantar Institute of Technology and Management (YITM) on January 5.
Interview was taken in the presence of Managing Director of the company Anant Singh Parihaar accompanied by Harish, his partner and Dushyant Kumar from Human Resource Department who appreciated the skills and capabilities that college management has inculcated inside them.
Parihar praised the efforts of college management members including Chairman Susheel Kothari, Secretary C L Rathore and Principal Dr. P K Ghosh and staff has put in for making the students enough efficient to face the industry challenges.
Anant Singh Parihar conveyed his wishes to students for if they got the chance to work with the organization. In return, college Chairman Susheel Kothari conveyed his gratitude to company officials for conducting campus interviews.
The interview results are expected to be announced by January 11 followed which selected students will be recruited as civil engineer with the company. YITM, established by Yugantar Educational Society (YES) in 2007, aims at promoting quality education in the field of technology and management.
Institute is affiliated to Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University (CSVTU) while it is approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD Government of India.
Raipur. Shri Shankaracharya Technical Campus, Junwani is hosting a one-day national workshop on "National Literacy Mission by means of Information and Communication Technology" on January 10. The workshop has been organised under the aegis of Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University. Senior educationists from across the country are participating in this workshop.
The event is scheduled to begin at 10:00 hrs. Amit Agrawal (Secretary, Technical Education, Chhattisgarh Government); Dr. Praveen Prakash (Joint Secretary, Human Resource Development Ministry), Dr. BC Mal (VC, CSVTU), Prof. Kamal Bijlani (Research Director, Amrita University), Dr. Kavi Arya (IIT, Mumbai), Prof. Satyaki Rai (IIT, Kanpur) and other dignitaries will share their views on the topic.