Posts From Shrita Karmokar

Guest Lecture on Industry Trends

An interactive guest lecture about the current industry trends was organized on 21st August, 2018 and the speaker for the event was Mr. Ankur Ahuja who is a SCIT alumni of the 2005 to 2007 batch. Mr. Ahuja is currently working as a Global head of Information Security at “Fareportal” which is a travel technology company that powers leading hybrid travel agencies. It is also one of the top three

Campus workshop on Risk and Information Management

A guest lecture on Risk and Information management was conducted by American Express on 9th July,2018. Students from both senior and junior batches attended the session in huge numbers. The main agenda for the session was to explain what type of business AMEX does, how is the working environment, why technology is the critical element for success at the organization, why people feel passionate about their work at AMEX. The

Guest lecture on Health and Wellness

A guest lecture was conducted on 21st February, 2018 by SCHC on health and wellness and the speaker was Ms. Sweta Naik who is a nutritionist with SCHC. The speaker started off by talking about individual wellness which depends on number of factors such as environmental, social, physical, intellectual, emotional, spiritual, financial, etc. But the three most important factors which affect the overall health and wellness of an individual are

Republic Day Celebration at SIC

26 January 201 8, marked the republic day celebrations at the SIC Hinjewadi campus. The event witnessed a fair turnout of students and guests despite the chilly weather. The event was graced by the Directors of all the three colleges of SIC. The event began with flag hoisting and National Anthem, post which, the Director of SCIT, Dr. Dhanya Pramod opened the event. Dr. Dhanya, spoke about how it is important to

Lohri Celebration at SIC

Lohri, the harvest festival of Punjab was celebrated by the students of Symbiosis Infotech Campus on 15th January, 2017. Lohri is a popular and long awaited bonfire festival, originally celebrated in Punjab. It’s a belief that the festival commemorates the passing of the longest night before winter solstice (marking the end of winter season). It is a festival which holds a very special significance to the people from Punjab and


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