Posts From Shrita Karmokar

Experience Gujarat: Navratri 2017

On 23rd September, 2017 all the three colleges of Symbiosis Infotech Campus came together to celebrate Navratri on a grand scale. The evening started off with the aarti of goddess Ambe Ma and the entire college was decorated which radiated the start of the 10 day festive celebration. A grand feast was organized by the Gujarati Community on the first day. The platter consisted of all the traditional food items

National Seminar on Data Analytics and Information Security

SCIT organized its 18th National Seminar on “Beyond the R^2: Analytics, an Altruist to Information Security or rather an Antagonist” on 16th September, 2017. This seminar aims to bring together the best of globally renowned research professionals and explore the interface between the industry and real time environment. The chief guest for the seminar was Mr.Tuhin Chattopadhyay who is an Associate Director Advance Analytics Consulting at Nielsen. He is an

ISR Visit to Navkshitij- Home for our special friends

The ISR committee students along with the volunteers visited ‘Navkshitij’ on 14th August, 2017. ‘Navkshitij’ is an organization founded by Dr. Neelima Desai whose aim is to create a place where, mentally challenged kids as well as adults are taught life skills and vocational skills so as to make them independent and also nurture them with compassion. Navkshitij is located at a village called Marunji near Hinjewadi, Pune. The organization

Guest Lecture on Cloud Service Models in AWS Platform

A guest lecture on Cloud Service Models in AWS platform was conducted on 27th August, 2017. The speaker for the event was a Mr. Satish S who is also an alumni of SCIT from the batch of 2014. He is working as a Lead Senior Security Engineer at Security Innovation India Pvt. Ltd in Pune. His area of expertise include information security, vulnerability assessment and audit, penetration testing, reverse engineering

Workshop on Eco-friendly Ganesh Idol Making

The ISR committee of SCIT organized an eco-friendly Ganesh idol sculpting on 18th August, 2017. The NGO ECA was called to the college for teaching the students on how to make the idols from scratch. The concept of eco-friendly Ganesh idols comes from the issue of immersing the idols into the water bodies which affects the marine life as well as leads to pollution. A small prayer was said before


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