DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY NEWS LETTER (JULY-DECEMBER 2009) BEST DE 2 CONTENTS • Main Highlights • Masti ki Pathshala • Academics • Technobytes 09 • Personality Enhancement • Corporate Interface • Sports • E-Guru ARTICLES • Computer-generated Poetry with ROBOPOEM • Poem on Work 0 P AR OF Gurukpo.com Solve your Course Related Problems JOIN NOW Biyani's Group of Colleges has made a unique launch in the KPO segment by launching gurukpo.com. In this KPO,We have vast reservoir of technical and professional knowledge related to most of the courses existing in the educational area. Students can access and put in queries on the site and get answers in minutes. A unique password and ID is created for every student who accesses the portal. The details on the portal are regularly updated by the competent authorities. Various new links related to Job portal, Resume, Builder, Psychological Counselling, Concentration Test, Greetings, Video lectures are being added to gurukpo.com, accurate and concept based data is 0 T Main Highlights July 09- Feb 10 JULY, 2009 st Personality development workshop “Masti ki Pathshala” started on 1 July, 09 and ended with a grand closing ceremony on th 15 July, 09. The fresher students exhibited what they have learnt during workshop through the extempore, dance and debate competition. MASTI KI PATHSHALA It is a compact module of “Learning with Fun” “Learning with Fun” of 2 weeks. The motive is to groom the new students to adapt them well to the academics as well as non academic non academic environment. ACADEMICS 1. The Classes were conducted as per the Time Table. 2. 27 August 2009 THE GREAT MIND CHALLENGE project started by IBM . 3. FDP about E-lectures on 8th August, 2009. 4. 9th November 2009 Lecture on Interview skills By GTT. th 5. 11 November 09 Workshop by IBM on DB2, ECLIPSE, RAD. st 6. 21 November IT Day (PPT Competition, IT Quiz). GLADIATORS OF IT Best IT student Best MOS Student V. Hema Gayatri Anshu Jain Class Name of the Student M.Sc. IT (III sem) 1. Ruchika Kedia I M.Sc. IT (II sem) 2. Anshul Pareek I BCA III 3. Namrata Singh Tanwar I 4. Meenakshi Jain II 5. Kriti Gupta III 6. Anita Rathore I 7. V. Hema Gayatri II 8. Sneha Kumawat III 9. Versha Gupta I 10. Amanpreet Kaur II 11. Neha Yadav III BCA II BCA I 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Rank 11 TECHNOBYTES 09 • IT conference on “IT in Global World: A Futuristic Perspective” held on 19th and 20th Dec.09 • • • 12th November- 14th November 09 : Lectures on How to Win & Influence People Conducted for the students th 16 November09 : Mock Interviews by Mr. Pulkit Totla 17th November09 : Lecture on Interview Skills by Mr. Pulkit Totla nd 2 December 09 : Lecture on Enthusiasm by Dr. Sanjay Biyani CORPORATE INTERFACE th Industrial Visit to Infosys BPO on 12 September for all IT Students and the Students feedback report was submitted to Ms. Bhavna Sangamnerkar SPORTS Chief Guest :Mr. Ketan Diwan (Head of HCL, Noida) Best Team in Inter- House Sports Competition: Knight Riders KEYNOTE SPEAKERS • • • • • • • • Mr. Praveen Singh (Hitachi Kokusai Electric. INC, Tokyo,Japan) Mr. Ashesh Agarwal (Sr. Technical Director NIC Lucknow) Mr. K.L. Jawaria (NIC, Jaipur) Mr. Naresh Gupta (NIC, Jaipur) Dr. Pankaj Nagar (University of Rajasthan) Mr. Pankaj Sharma (Pearl Enterprises,Jaipur) Mr. Arvind Kumar Sharma (Center Incharge,CISCO Regional Academy, Jaipur) Mr. Kinshuk Jain (Cyber Laws) THEMES OF THE CONFERENCE • • • • • • • Real Time & Embedded System Cloud Computing Data Security & Encryption Cyber Law Web Based System Mobile & Wireless Computing Bioinformatics & Applications PERSONALITY ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM • • st 31 August09 : Management Information System conducted for the Students. th nd 20 October 22 October 09 : FDP on How to Win & Influence People E-GURU A faculty development program Conducted by IT Department on the Following topics : • Basic Knowledge of Hardware and Software • Word Processing • Excel Sheet • Power Point Presentation • Internet Services • Online Tickets Reservations • Blogs ARTICLES Computer-Generated Poetry with ROBOPOEM —Nandita Mathur, (Student-BCA III) obopoem is a computer program which creates poetry out of random words and user input. The computer algorithms powering Robopoem analyze INPUT words to determine their rhythmic structure and rhyming characteristics. Based on these properties, a random selection is made from a pool of potential words which have the desired syllable counts and rhyming structure as requested by the user in a Settings panel : R "WORK" THE GREATEST BENEFACTOR —Mrs. Bhavna Sangamnerkar, (HOD of IT) WORK God created man to Work Work is man's greatest duty Man is nothing He can do nothing Achieve nothing, Fulfill nothing Without Working Work is man's most dependable function If you are Poor Work If you are Rich Work If failure discourages you Work If success encourages you Work Poem-generating algorithms: (left to right) • • • Regular Poem : Mixes user input and a random sampling of words from a variety of sources Shake It! : Mixes user input with random samples from William Shakespeare's plays Jabberwock : Builds a poem with user words mixed with random selections from a database of nonsense words. Special display functions : (left to right) • Fridge Magnet Poetry : Transforms a robopoem into virtual fridge magnets which can be dragged around in a computer window • Ransom Note Generator : Words of a robopoem are re-presented in a graphic format where each letter is represented in magazine or newspaper cutout fonts More Word Randomization tools with Cut'n'Mix: The Robopoem poetry algorithm is now a part of the latest release of the Cut'n'Mix Word Machine application. In addition to automatic poem generation, Cut'n'Mix provides a cut-up-laboratory, word blending, word morphing and many more fun and useful tools not found in ordinary word processors. You have been burdened with unfair responsibilities Work You have been entrusted with deserving responsibilities Work You have not been paid fairly Work You have been paid handsomely Work When dreams are shattered Work When faith falters Work When future appears bleak Work When hope seems dead Work Work is the greatest stress-buster Work is the mightiest morale-booster Work is the best boredom-beater Work is the equally effective disease-fighter If you neglect your Work You invite worry, fear, doubt and debt Work is the greatest solutions for all problems So Work, Work, Work And Work sincerely! ARTICLES COMPANY LOGOS AND THEIR MEANINGS —Nitika Newar & Rajni Sharma (Faculty-IT) Wondered what company logos mean and what is the significance behind them? Wonder no more! You might think the arrow does nothing here. But it says that amazon.com has everything from a to z and it also represents the smile brought to the customer's face. Wow, that is quite deep. Paul Rand (who designed the iconic IBM logo in 1972) designed this 'eye bee M' logo in 1981. I like that they are quite relaxed about the logo, unlike certain other companies who do not like the logo to be tampered with in any way even for internal promotions The SUN Microsystems logo is a wonderful example of symmetry and order. It was a brilliant observation that the letters u and n while arranged adjacent to each other look a lot like the letter S in a perpendicular direction.
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