The International Applied Reliability Symposium (ARS) is a reputed event conducted by Reliasoft Corporation, USA. The focus of the symposium is on Reliability Engineering, which is a multi-disciplinary engineering domain. The engineers from core branches like Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Computer, and Civil engineering can make use of the reliability theories and concepts in their respective areas to design and manufacture the products or systems more reliable. The symposium provides a forum for expert presenters from industry and government to come together with reliability practitioners from all over the world to discuss the application of reliability engineering principles to meet real world challenges. This reliability and maintainability engineering conference is held in multiple locations around the world, including North America, South America, Asia Pacific, Europe, India, and Middle East. This event was conducted in Bangaluru, India during August 10 th – 12 th , 2016. Professor (Dr.) M K Loganathan, Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering department has represented KU by presenting a paper on ‘Reliability assessment of large and complex systems using GTA’. It is a high honour to KU that, KU was the only the university selected for presentation among several leading industries like Mahindra and Mahindra, ISRO, DRDO, Honeywell, HCL Technologies, Ingersoll-Rand, Schneider Electric, Chennai Metro Rail Corporation, and many others.
Synchronising the 70 years of Independence as per suggestion of the Human Resource Development Ministry, Government of India, the School of Social Sciences, Kaziranga University organised a Quiz Competition on 9th August, 2016 among the students with the theme, “Yaad Karo Kurbani”, focusing on the leaders and Martyrs of the Indian Independence Movement. All the students pursuing undergraduate and post-graduate courses in the Department of Sociology and Social Work under the School of Social Sciences participated in the event with great zeal. All together there were five groups in the Quiz Competition. The event evoked mass enthusiasm among the students. The Teams securing First, Second and Third Position will be awarded Prizes in a ceremony to be held on a later date.
Before the commencement of the competition, the Dean of the School of Social Sciences explained before the students the purpose of organising the event which was attended by all the faculty members of the School of Social Sciences.
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Kaziranga University, Jorhat
Date: 12th August 2016
Time:9.00 am onwards
Don Bosco University, Guwahati
Date: 13th August 2016
Time:10.00 am onwards
Documents required (Mandatory or else application will not be accepted):
1. Two physical copies of Resume/CV/Bio-data.
2. Two physical copies of passport size photographs.
3. One set of photocopies for all the marks cards and certificates from 10th/Matriculation onwards.
For any other details contact Kaziranga University (Placement Cell), @854034351/8486034382
Two BTech (Computer Science and Engineering) final year students have worked on applied cryptography under the supervision of Dr. Monowar H Bhuyan, HOD, Department of Computer Science and Engineering and Prof.AmarjyotiGoswami, Dean, School of Engineering and Technology. As outcome, they have designed a multi-level cryptographic protocol for two party key exchange and accepted their protocol for publication by the prestigious ninth IEEE International Conference on Contemporary Computing, August 11-13, 2016 at JIIT, Noida. This conference is jointly organized every year since 2008 by the Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, Noida, India and the University of Florida, Gainesville, USA. It focuses on topics that are of contemporary interest to computer and computational scientists and engineers. The details of accepted paper is given below.
Saurabh Choudhury, Abhishek Kalwar, AmarjyotiGoswami and Monowar H Bhuyan. BRC-KEP: A Secure Biometric and Reversible CA Based 2-Party Key Exchange Protocol. Accepted for publication in the Ninth IEEE International Conference on Contemporary Computing, August 11-13, 2016, JIIT, Noida.
The Registration Date for the upcoming Academic Batch 2016 has been revised.
1st August 2016
Programs : BCom, Integrated BCom, BBA, Integrated BBA, Integrated MSc (Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics), BSW, Integrated BSW, Integrated MA Sociology, Integrated MSc IT, BCA.
8th August 2016
Programs : BTech (Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering).
16th August 2016
Programs : MCA, MSW, MSc IT, MA Sociology, MSc (Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics), MTech, MBA, MBA - Hospital Administration, MCom.
To be organised by CSIR-NEIST, Royal Chemistry India Foundation’s (Royal Society of Chemistry UK) & The Assam Kaziranga University in Jorhat
For the first time in Northeast India, The CSIR- North East Institute of Science & Technology, Jorhat in collaboration with Royal Chemistry India Foundation’s (part of Royal Society of Chemistry, UK) and The Assam Kaziranga University, Jorhat is organizing the residential Salters Camps for Class IX students from July 11 to July 13, 2016 at CSIR-NEIST, Jorhat and Kaziranga University, respectively. Altogether 60 Sixty students from 15 government schools/less privileged schools from around Jorhat will participate in this Camp. This will enable students to participate in the fun of Chemistry and motivate them to develop both awareness of and a long-term interest in the subject through an actionpacked programme. Students will have hands-on practical activities in Institute labs, exciting chemical demonstrations and the chance to meet like-minded students including a taste of university life staying in the Kaziranga University campus. The main highlight is that the Camp activities will be delivered in local language i.e. Assamese. The Salter’s Camps will have the coordination and contribution of Mr Partha Paul, Scientist, NEIST and Dr Jayanta K Sarmah, Prof and Dean, School of Basic Sciences, Kaziranga University. This programme is intended to light a spark of interest and enthusiasm among young students of this region for the future study of chemistry.
Kaziranga University hosted the National Thematic Workshop on Advances in Nanostructured Materials: Applications and Perspectives (ANMAP) 2016 for the first time in collaboration with UGC-DAE Consortium for Scientific Research, Kolkata Centre. The 2 days workshop conducted on June 1 and June 2, 2016 was held at the Assam Kaziranga University, Jorhat. The inaugural ceremony witnessed the gracious presence of Dr. PK Mishra, President NEKF; Dr. Sunil Rai Vice- Chancellor Kaziranga University; Dr. AK Sinha, Director UGC-DAE CSR; Prof. D Ramaiah, Director NEIST; Dr. D Das, Centre Director UGC-DAE CSR, Kolkata centre; Prof. Arun Chattopadhyay, Professor IIT Guwahati; Prof. P K Iyer, IIT Guwahati; Dr. R C Baruah, Emeritus Scientist, NEIST Jorhat; Dr. D Dutta, Chief Scientist, NEIST Jorhat ; Prof. S K Bhattacharjee, Kaziran University; Prof. AK Pal Jadavpur University; Prof S K Dey, IACS Kolkata; Prof. Jayanta K Sharma, Convenor, ANMAP-2016, Dean School of Basic Sciences KU; Dr. Souvik Chatterjee, UGC-DAE CSR, Kolkata centre; Dr. Amar Jyoti Goswami, Dean School of Engineering & Technology of the University along with invited dignitaries, guests, faculty, staffs and students from different universities and institutions of the country. The inaugural session saw Dr. Sunil Rai addressing the gathering with his welcome speech. While the vote of thanks was delivered by Prof. Jayanta K Sharma, Convenor, ANMAP-2016, Dean School of Basic Sciences KU.
The 2 days workshop was a package of series of talks by invited speakers and scientists from UGC-DAE CSR and many other universities and research centres of India. Seminar presentations on Nano Technology and related field saw participation from organizations like UGC-DAE CSR – (Koktala Centre, Mumbai centre, Indore Centre, Kalpakkam Node), Indian Association for Cultivation of Science (IACS)- Kolkata, Jadavpur University, IIT Guwahati, Tezpur University, Pune University, Dibrugarh University, NEIST Jorhat, Rajiv Gandhi University Arunachal Pradesh, IASST Guwahati and Kaziranga University. A poster presentation on Nano Technology and related fields of study was also held on June2, 2016 as a part of the national workshop. Dr. A Saha of UGC-DAE CSR Kolkata Centre praised the organizing committee during the valedictory session for holding this workshop. 216 participants from different universities and research institutes across India participated in the workshop which included faculties, research scholars, PG students.
This national event aims at bringing scientists and industrial experts together to spread fundamental knowledge and technological developments and advances in applications and the future directions of nano structured materials in order to explore and create new products, technologies and services into the markets. The Assam This workshop provided an ideal platform to the researchers, academicians, engineers, as well as industry professionals in order to interact and exchange new ideas, present their findings and have intellectual deliberations on emerging trends of nanosciences. The workshop paved the way for different institutes and researchers to have collaborative research proposals with UGC-DAE CSR in areas of common interest.
On a victorious note, Mr. Jaspal S.P. Matharu, Hostel Superintendent, Kaziranga University bagged the 3rd Position in Men’s 110+ Kg Category at the recently held 40th National Armwrestling Championship 2016. The Championship was held from 20 May to 24 May 2016 at GH Raisoni Polytechnic, Shradha Park, Hingna-Wadi Link Road, MIDC in Nagpur, Maharashtra. By winning this, he has brought laurels to the state by beating other states in the championship. As many as 30 participants from Assam participated in the game. The 1st Position was bagged by Mr. Harpreet Singh from Punjab and the 2nd Position was bagged by Mr. Arjun Singh from Uttarakhand.