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Vijayadashmi/ Dusserah: A Travel Through the Memory Lane

Dusserah or Vijayadashami or Pooja (as we call at our parts of the country) has always been something I remember with lots of fondness. As children we used to long for these two days when no one would force us to study irrespective of the fact that I belonged to a Christian belief system which did not have this as part of its ritual. I never remember going to any

Prof. K. Subrahmanian of IEEE delivers a Guest Lecture on Cyber Security

Cyber Security , Cyber Frauds, Cyber Forensics : An Overview On 27th September 2016 we had a special guest; The vice Chair of the IEEE Prof. K. Subramanian. His session on started with an introduction on the topic “Cyber Security, Cyber Frauds & Cyber Forensics” by Prof K. Subramanian. He is the Vice Chair of IEEE Delhi Section, Vice Chair of IEEE Education Society, IEEE EMS, IEEE CS (Delhi Section).

Integrity and Ethics Conference 2015 at SCIT

Business ethics have become increasingly important in the past several decades. We have witnessed how one wrong incident can completely overturn the fortunes of extremely educated and skilled professionals, seasoned businessmen and even established multinationals. There is a need today to internalize certain basic values that can guide individuals to do the right thing even when no one is looking. The second edition of the Integrity and Ethics conference was

On either side of the wall

Icon picture – Geographic location of the great wall. Courtesy: wikipedia (This blog was co-created by Prof. Saravan and Dr. Dhanya Pramod. Many thanks to Prof. Vishal who sparked the idea for this blog). The Great Wall of China is the largest man-made structure, visible from space. Many generations of labourers, peasants and prisoners had worked on it for centuries. The earliest known construction was in 3000 BCE. First there were primitive

As the crow flies …

  (Live experiences were narrated by SCIT interns Nikhil Nambiar, Priyanka Raut, Sugandha Das, V. Vivekananda, Oindrila Maity, Hemant Hari, Kapil Malik, Praveen Kavaladandi.This blog is a co-creation of SCIT interns at Japan and Prof. Saravan) ‘Japan never considers time together as time wasted. Rather, it is time invested’ ― Donald Richie Here are a few exciting impressions of our students from the ‘Land of the Rising Sun’. “The first

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