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Nov
23
Fri
2018
Resuming GATE Preparatory Classes by Dept of CSE – SET from 15 Sept 2018 (Every Saturday) @ Room Number -207 Block-I
Nov 23 @ 10:30 am

To strengthen the technical skills of the students, Department of CSE, School of Engineering & Technology (SET) has taken an initiative to train and prepare the student for GATE Examination on every Saturday’s(including non-working).

Through GATE students will get a chance in PSU’s as well as pursuing a higher degree from the renowned institution of India (IIT’s, NIT’s etc).

Apart from it the students who levy to work in product based companies, it will help them in their technical interviews.

Convener:

  • Prof.Parma Nand(Dean-SET),
  • Dr.Nitin Rakesh(HOD-CSE)

Co-ordinator:

  1.  Mr.Amit Kumar Upadhyay,
  2.  amitkumar.upadhyay@sharda.ac.in

Gate Poster

Nov
24
Sat
2018
Half-Day HR Seminar in Association with HRFI | SBS and T&P | November 24, 2018 @ Auditorium (Room No. 201), Block-07, Sharda University
Nov 24 @ 1:30 pm – 6:30 pm

School of Business Studies and T&P Department of Sharda University is organizing a half-day HR Seminar on November 24, 2018 in association with Human Resource Federation of India (HRFI).

The purpose of this HR Seminar is to provide a platform for interaction among HR leaders from industry, faculty and students, and also, to explore & enhance the placement opportunity for our students.

Convener:

Co-Ordinators:

SPEAKERS OF SEMINAR

  1. Mr Ronald Sequeria – Executive Director Human Resources South Asia –  GlaxoSmithKline India
  2. Mr Sandeep Tyagi – Director Human Resources – SAMSUNG Electronics Ltd
  3. Mr Amit Malik – Chief People Officer, Operations & Customer Services Officer  – Aviva Life Insurance India Ltd

TOPICS 

  1. Artificial Intelligence & HR – Opportunities, Challenges and the Future
  2. Future Workplaces – Virtual Workplace, Collaboration, Networking and Nature of Skills
  3. Employee Experience & Engagement in the near Future

PANEL DISCUSSION

TOPIC – “Creating an Agile Mindset for Sustained High Performance”

Panelist Speakers

  1. Mr. Girish Naik.- Senior Director Human Resources – CIPLA Ltd
  2. Mr. Vijay Deshpande – Group HR Head – Deepak Nitrite Ltd (Moderator)
  3. Dr. Rakshita Sharma – Partner & Principal Consultant – Thought Arbitrage Research Institute and Ex CHRO Intex Technologies India
  4. Mr. Sumit Sen – HR Specialist, Ex GM HR HUL, SC HRBP and Head ER South Asia and Director HR Unilever Ltd (Lead ER)
  5. Dr. Bandana Kedia.- Head HR – IFS Solutions India P Ltd
Nov
26
Mon
2018
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, School of Engineering and Technology is organizing Industrial visit for 4th year students of ECE at Deki Electronics Plant, B-20, Sector 58, Noida on 26-11-2018 (MonDay). @ Deki Electronics Plant, B-20, Sector 58, Noida
Nov 26 all-day

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, School of Engineering and Technology is organizing the Industrial visit for 4th-year students of ECE at Deki Electronics Plant, B-20, Sector 58, Noida on 26th November 2018 (Monday).

Convener:

Co-Convener :

Co-Ordinator:

  • Mr S.Mukherjee (Assistant Professor, SUSET

Program Details:

Date:    26th November 2018
Venue: Deki Electronics Plant, B-20, Sector 58, Noida.

The company is responsible for manufacturing electronics components like capacitors, diode, BJT…ets. Apart from these, they also produce, CFLs, Regulators, switch gears….etc.

“World Obesity Day ” observed by department of Community Medicine and General Medicine , SMS&R and Sharda Hospital
Nov 26 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Department of Community Medicine and General Medicine, School of Medical Sciences & Research and Sharda Hospital, Sharda University are jointly observing ‘World Obesity Day’ on 26th November 2018 by organizing the following activities.

1. Activities at the Health Centres:
Time:    10.00 am – 1.00 pm
Venue: Salarpur, Bhangel (UHTC) and Salempur (RHTC)

Health camp for Screening of Non-communicable disease at RHTC and UHTC.
Health awareness session on ‘Obesity, Risk factors and its Prevention’ by Interns posted at the centers.

2. Activities in College :
Time:    2.30 pm – 4.00 pm
Venue: 5th Floor Auditorium, SMS&R Building

Guest Speaker:

  • Dr. Sachin Jain, Professor, Department of Medicine, Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi

Topic :

  • Pharmacotherapy in Obesity
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, SET is Organising Village Visit to Village Makoda as Community Connect| 26th November 2018 @ Village Makoda, Gautam Budha Nagar
Nov 26 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Department of Computer Science and Engineering, School of Engineering & Technology is organising a Community Connect: A Visit to Govt. Prathmik Vidyalaya, Village Makoda, Gautam Budha Nagar, for the students of B.Tech (3rd year) Computer Science & Engineering on 26th November 2018.

Through this Community, Connect Program student will be able to:
a) identify level of awareness and opinions of villagers about government policies and programs started by the government
b) educational status of the village and reasons of their educational backwardness,
c) living standards of the villagers,
d) transportation & communication facilities for the students,
e) Whether all the students are coming daily,
f) Any Internet Facility/ Wi-Fi,
g) computer experience,
h) ratio of Female students and others.

Conveners:

  • Prof. (Dr) Parma Nand, Dean SET
  • Prof. (Dr) Nitin Rakesh, HOD CSE

Co-Ordinator:

  • Mr.Amit Kumar Upadhyay
School of Nursing Science & Research (SNSR) Organizing free blood sugar testing camp on 26/11/18 @ Ground floor Sharda Hospital
Nov 26 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

 

Theme of the Event: “THE FAMILY AND DIABETES”

EVENT:-

  1. Organising free blood sugar testing camp for patients and their relatives at Sharda hospital.(100 patients)
  2. Organising free blood sugar testing camp for staffs at SNSR,SU.

About The Topic –

World Diabetes Day was launched in 1991 by the IDF and the World Health Organization (WHO) in response to the rapid rise of diabetes around the world. World Diabetes Day is the primary global awareness campaign focusing on diabetes mellitus and is held on 14 November each year. Diabetes can affect the entire family in several ways. In particular, blood relatives should be aware that a family history of Type 2 diabetes puts them at higher risk for developing both Type 2 and pre-diabetes. Early diagnosis and treatment is key for a healthy life with diabetes.

Objective of Event:

  • To monitor blood sugar level of OPD patients
  • To create aware among the public and patients about diabetes, its types and risks factors
  • To reduce the risk of diabetes in the family
  • To encourage for healthy life style
  • Students will be able to know how to diagnosed blood sugar.

Convener:

Co-Ordinators:

Introduction and Demonstration of BMW Car Engine by Mechanical Engineering Department, SET 26/11/2018 at 11:15 AM @ Block-I
Nov 26 @ 11:15 am – 11:45 am

Department Of Mechanical Engineering, SET is Organizing an Introduction and Demonstration of BMW Car Engine on 26th November 2018 at 11:15 AM.

BMW India Pvt. Ltd., No. 36, 1st Cross Road, 1st Main Road, Off 2nd Avenue, Mahindra World City, Natham Sub Post, Chengalpet 603004, Kancheepuram District, Tamil Nadu has gifted BMW engine to Sharda University. The student of Mechanical and Automobile Engineering have an opportunity to learn about the latest technologies used in BMW’s engine and know how of the engine.

Objective of Event:

  • The student of Mechanical and Automobile Engineering have an opportunity to learn about the latest technologies used in BMW’s engine and know how of the engine.

Convener Details:

Co-Ordinator Detail:

Nov
27
Tue
2018
SNSR IS ORGANIZING VISIT TO CENTRAL HEALTH EDUCATION BUREAU ON 27TH NOVEMBER 2018 @ CHEB- CENTRAL HEALTH EDUCATION BUREAU
Nov 27 all-day

Department Of Nursing Education, SNSR is organizing Visit To Central Health Education Bureau on 27th November 2018.

About The Event :
‘The Whole Purpose Of Education Is To Turn Mirrors Into Windows’

In consonance with the recommendations of the Bhore committee and the planning commission, central health education bureau (Cheb) is an apex institute created in 1956 under the directorate general of health services (DGHS) ministry of health & family welfare, Govt. of India to promote health education in the country.

The publicity unit of the directorate general of health services which has existed for several years before was merged with this newly created institute. The bureau which started with one unit and a few staff members in 1956 grew in size and activities gradually and had seven divisions with trained technical personnel and one administrative division.

Objective of Event:

  • Describe the philosophy and objectives of the organization.
  • Know the administrative setup & staffing pattern of the organization.
  • Interpret the plans, programs, and achievements of the organization under the ministry of health and family welfare
  • Enlist the departments and briefly explain the services provided
  • Discuss the process of production and distribution of health education material in relation to various health problems and programs by the organization.
  • Discuss the research activities rendered by the organization.
  • Describe the academic programs, organizational set-up, and functioning of health education units at the state, district, and other levels
  • Explain the CHEB co-ordination with official and non-official agencies engaged in health education
  • Appreciate the collaboration of CHEB with international agencies in promoting health education activities.
  • Understand the guidelines provided by CHEB for the organizational set-up and functioning of health education units at the state, district, and other levels.

Convener Details:

Co-Ordinator Details:

Nov
28
Wed
2018
SNSR Celebrating world prematurity day and performing role play on Kangaroo mother care @ Post natal ward sharda hospital
Nov 28 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

School of Nursing Science &Research (SNS&R) Child Health Nursing Department is Celebrating Premature Baby month by performing Kangaroo Mother Care Role Play on 28th November 2018.

About the Topic:-

Caring low birth weight babies is a great challenge for the neonatal care unit and the family. Number of low birth weight babies is still far beyond the expected target in our country. The cost of quality management of these babies is increasing day by day. Kangaroo Mother Care is a low-cost approach for the care of low birth weight babies.

Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC) is a special way of caring low birth weight (LBW) babies by skin-to-skin contact. This method of care was introduced and popularized by Dr. Edger Ray, Dr. Martinez and Dr. Charpak in late 1970s.

Components of KMC:

i. Skin-to-skin contact
Early continuous and prolonged skin-to-skin contact between the mother and her baby is the basic component of KMC. The infant is placed on his mother’s chest between the breasts.

ii. Exclusive breastfeeding
The baby on KMC is breastfed exclusively. Skin-to-skin contact promotes lactation and thus facilitates exclusive breastfeeding.

Objective of Event:

  • To introduce, expand and strengthen KMC practices to improve survival of low birth weight and preterm babies.
  • To understand the benefits, components, and prerequisites of KMC.
  • To improve and monitor KMC related processes and outcomes.
  • To determine mothers’ prior knowledge of KMC and awareness about benefits of KMC for preterm babies.

Convener Details:

Co-Ordinators:

  • Ms. Vigy Elizebth, Asst. Prof. SNS&R.
  • Ms. Dolly Donica (Nursing Tutor)
Nov
29
Thu
2018
Department of Mass Communication, SCADMS is organizing Village Visit to Gram Luharli under Community-Connect Programme | 29th November 2018 @ Village Luharli
Nov 29 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Department of Mass Communication, School of Creative Art, Design & Media Studies (SCADMS) is organizing village visit to Gram Luharli, Gautam Buddha Nagar as part of Community-Connect programme for the students of BA(JMC) final year on November 29, 2018.

Luharli 139 Basantpur Bangar is a Village in Dadri Block in Gautam Buddha Nagar District of Uttar Pradesh State, India. Total population is 4389 and number of houses are 739. Female Population is 46.4%. Village literacy rate is 65.4% and the Female Literacy rate is 24.3%.

The following activities are planned during this visit:
a. Nukkad Natak: A group of students shall be performing a Nukkad Natak (Street Play on common problems in the society and their simple solutions. After the play the students shall be asking the bystanders about the moral / learning of the play and how can they bring the learning to use it in their daily lives. Later on, a report will be presented by students to their mentors that shall be evaluated.
b. Photography Workshop for Students: Students shall be conducting a practical photography workshop with school students of a public and a private school. The aim of this workshop is to help the school students learn and explore their visual creativity. Later on, a report will be presented by students to their mentors that shall be evaluated.
c. Field Reporting: Students shall be interviewing and researching about the common problems of the village from the residents. They shall be writing a feature/article with photographs that shall be published in the house journal of the department and evaluated by their mentor.
d. Audio/Visual Interview: Students shall be identifying some achievers from the village and bring out unique audio and video stories of the village. Some best stories shall find space on the community radio station Suno Sharda 90.8FM while others may be put on YouTube channel. Later on, a report will be presented by students to their mentors that shall be evaluated.

Objective of the Community-Connect Program:

1. Students will be able to connect with the community by exploring their problems, day-to-day life activities etc.
2. By taking the workshops of school students, our students will be able to boost up their confidence and in return will have a sense of belonging to the community.
3. Students will be able to understand the media habits and psychology of the villagers, as their prospect audiences.

Program Details:

Date:    29th November 2018
Time:   10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Venue: Village Luhrarli, Gautam Budha Nagar, Uttar Pradesh 201310, India

Nov
30
Fri
2018
Resuming GATE Preparatory Classes by Dept of CSE – SET from 15 Sept 2018 (Every Saturday) @ Room Number -207 Block-I
Nov 30 @ 10:30 am

To strengthen the technical skills of the students, Department of CSE, School of Engineering & Technology (SET) has taken an initiative to train and prepare the student for GATE Examination on every Saturday’s(including non-working).

Through GATE students will get a chance in PSU’s as well as pursuing a higher degree from the renowned institution of India (IIT’s, NIT’s etc).

Apart from it the students who levy to work in product based companies, it will help them in their technical interviews.

Convener:

  • Prof.Parma Nand(Dean-SET),
  • Dr.Nitin Rakesh(HOD-CSE)

Co-ordinator:

  1.  Mr.Amit Kumar Upadhyay,
  2.  amitkumar.upadhyay@sharda.ac.in

Gate Poster

World’s Youngest IBM Watson Programmer “MASTER TANMAY BAKSHI”, proudly hosted by Department of Computer Science and Engineering, SET | 30th Nov 2018 @ Audi 005, Block 3,
Nov 30 @ 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm

Department of Computer Science and Engineering, School of Engineering & Technology is organizing Expert Talk by World’s Youngest IBM Watson Programmer “MASTER TANMAY BAKSHI” on 30th Nov 2018.

Tanmay Bakshi (AI Expert, TED & Keynote Speaker)

  • IBM Champion – World’s Youngest IBM Watson Programmer
  • Started coding at the age of 5.
  • Started his Youtube series Tanmay teaches at the age of …..has over 250,000 subscribers
  • Created an iOS app at the age of 9.
  • Has presented for UN, Apple, IBM, Walmart, Linux foundation, NASSCOM and many other Organisations.
  • Hosted a TEDX Talk and Keynote speaker at IBM Watson summits around the world.
  • Addressed more than 200,000 executives, leaders, developers and professional across the globe.
  • Passionate about developing AI, Machine Learning algorithms specially in the fields of education and Healthcare.

Master Tanmay Bakshi. He is a 15 years old Author, AI Expert, TED Keynote speaker, and a media personality who has already addressed over 200,000 executives, leaders, intellectuals, and developers worldwide at international conferences, schools and universities, financial institutions and multinationals. The United Nations, Linux Foundation, Apple, SAP, IBM, Walmart, Twilio, Internal Institute of Auditors, and HSBC are just some of the organizations he’s spoken at.

His passion for building technology since he was 5 years old, brought him to the front page of The Vancouver Sun, and has been covered by The Toronto Star, Bloomberg Businessweek, New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, ABC Australia, CNN, CTV, CBC, The AM Show (New Zealand), and The Economic Times.

His love for coding led him to create AskTanmay, which is the world’s first Natural Language Question Answering System to be powered by IBM Watson APIs.

Tanmay’s goal to help at least 100,000 aspiring coders in learning how to code through his workshops, seminars and his YouTube channel called Tanmay Teaches has earned him numerous recognitions. These include the Twilio Doer Award, Knowledge Ambassador Award, Global Goodwill Ambassador at LinkedIn, and IBM Champion for Cloud and Honorary Cloud Advisor.

His love to implement AI architectures led him to build numerous applications in fields ranging from finance to cybersecurity, education to music and entertainment. His inclination towards implementing AI in the field of healthcare got him working on two of his main projects, which are very close to his heart – the first is focused on helping those with Rett Syndrome so they can “speak” through the detection and interpretation of EEG bio-signals. These EEG signals are analyzed by cognitive systems. The second project focuses on suicide prevention through depression mitigation using Augmented Intelligence.

Tanmay loves to play table tennis, cricket, and enjoys biking when the Canadian weather allows for it. He also contributes his time as a Computational Thinking Coach at The 4th Industrial Revolution Organization, an advisor and lead faculty at Grad Valley Data Science, and the host of his talk series, AI Café, and IBM’s Watson Made Simple with Tanmay.

Convener Details:

  • Prof. (Dr) Parma Nand, Dean SET
  • Prof. (Dr) Nitin Rakesh, HOD-CSE
Celebration of World AIDS Day” on 30th Nov. 2018 by Dept of Microbiology. @ 5th Floor, Auditorium, SMSR Building
Nov 30 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm

Departments of Microbiology, School of Medical Sciences & Research and Sharda Hospital, Sharda University is celebrating “World AIDS Day” on 30th Nov. 2018 by organizing the following activities.

  • Skit presentation on HIV/AIDS
  • Script Writing competition

Objectives of Event:

  • To spread awareness regarding HIV/AIDS

Convenor Detail:

Co-Ordinator Detail:

Program Details:

Date:     30th November 2018
Time:    2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Venue: College Auditorium 5th Floor SMSR Building.

All the MBBS students of 3rd & 5th Semester to attend the skit presentation.

Dec
1
Sat
2018
SNSR celebrating worlds AIDS day @ Ghanagola Village
Dec 1 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

School of Nursing Sciences & Research (SNS&R) Dept of Community Health Nursing and Child Health Nursing department is organizing an ‘World AIDS Day’ celebration on December 1st in Ganghola village RHTC, Panchayatan by M.Sc 1st & 2nd year, BSc (N) IV Year students, PBBSC 2nd year students.

World AIDS Day 2018 theme encourages everyone to know their HIV status.

The 30th anniversary of World AIDS Day will be marked on 1 December 2018. Since 1988, the AIDS response has made significant progress and today millions of people living with HIV are leading healthy and productive lives. But we still have miles to go, as the latest UNAIDS report shows, and one of the challenges remaining is knowledge of HIV status.

UNAIDS estimates that more than 9.4 million people living with HIV still do not know their status.

HIV testing is essential for expanding treatment and achieving the 90-90-90 Targets. It also empowers people to make choices about HIV prevention, so that they can protect themselves and their loved ones.

Objectives of the Programme:
The main objectives of the program are:-

  • To create awareness regarding AIDS and its prevention.
  • To bring about positive attitude among people of the Community towards HIV affected people.
  • To remove stigmas of the people regarding AIDS and its transmission.
  • To encourage more students from the schools, universities and social structures to contribute awareness among the various people about AIDS and its prevention.

Agenda of the Programme:

Time Event
09:00am -09:15am Rally starts from University Campus.
10.30 a.m-11a.m Role play on transmission of AIDS and its prevention
11a.m -11.30a.m Display of posters regarding information about the AIDS.
11.30 a.m-12.30 pm Rally within the village
12.30pm -1:00pm Feedback session and refreshment

Convener :

  • Prof. Pauline Sharmila, Principal, SNS&R

Event Coordinator :

  • Ms. Kh.Linda Devi, Assoc. Prof. & HOD, (9999715210, kl.devi@sharda.ac.in)
  • Mr. Sreeraja Kumar.   – Assoc. Prof.
  • Mr. N.Siva                     – Asst. Prof, (7534952783, n.siva@sharda.ac.in)
  • Ms. Bhavna Sharma    – Asst. Prof
  • Ms.C.h Sonia                – Asst. Prof
  • Ms.Ramdin                   – Senior Tutor
GROUP ACTIVITY ON WORLD AIDS DAY 2018 “KNOW YOUR STATUS’ MEDICAL-SURGICAL AND FUNDAMENTAL DEPARTMENT OF SNSR, SHARDA UNIVERSITY IS CELEBRATING “WORLD AIDS DAY” ON 1ST DECEMBER 2018 AT SHARDA HOSPITAL @ Ground floor Sharda hospital
Dec 1 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Group Activity On World Aids Day 2018 “Know Your Status’ Medical-Surgical And Fundamental Department of SNSR, Sharda University is Celebrating “World Aids Day” on 1st December 2018 At Sharda Hospital.

ABOUT THE TOPIC

Human immunodeficiency virus infection and acquired immune deficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) is a spectrum of condition caused by infection with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) significant progress has been made in the AIDS response since 1988, and today three in four people living with HIV who do not know their status but we still have miles to go and that includes reaching people living with HIV who do not know their status and  ensuring that they are linked to quality care and prevention services. World AIDS Day takes place on the 1st December each year. It’s an opportunity for people worldwide to unite the fight against HIV, to show support for the people living with HIV, And to commemorate those who have died from an AIDS-related illness. Founded in 1988, world AIDS day was the first ever global health day. The international symbols of HIV awareness and support are red ribbon.

Event:-  Roleplay and chart making.

Objectives of Event:

  • To raise awareness among outpatients of Sharda hospital regarding AIDS disease and its prevention.
  • To reduce the risk of AIDS in the population.
  • To enhance the knowledge regarding AIDS and it’s risk factors.
  • To enhance the skills of students through role play.
  • To enhance the knowledge of students regarding AIDS and its prevention.

Convener Detail:

Co-Coordinator Details: