- Oct 03
Highlights of Activities in October, 2016
Highlights of Activities in October, 2016
Campus Placements of Final Year Students 2016-17
During the months of September – October, 2016, a total of 21 students of Final Year have received Offers of Appointments from different companies through Campus Placements. Results of TCS are expected soon. Degrees of these students will be completed by June, 2017.
Deepawali Celebrated at BIAS
Deepawali festival was celebrated at BIAS on 30.10.2016. Prof. B. S. Bisht (Director), and Mrs. Bisht hosted the programme in the evening at the Rose Garden of the Institute. All the students who were in hostels at BIAS who could not go to their homes (because of long distances) participated. The programme was marked by lighting of DIYA (earthen lamps), use of limited crackers, exchange of Deepawali Greetings followed by dinner and sweets.
Deepawali celebrations at BIAS
SPIC MACAY Programme at BIAS
Sponsored by SPIC MACAY, the Tarapad Rajat Group, Purulia presented “Mahisasur Mardani” Dance-Drama at BIAS on 20.10.2016. Those who were present included Students, faculty members and staff of BIAS, Dr. B. S. Bisht, Director, Mrs. Bisht, Dr. A. K. Pant (Former Director), Mrs. Abha Pant, Shri Anil Lyall and Mrs. Lyall, Air Vice Marshall (Retd.) V.B. Batra, Shri Shivpuri, Mrs. Shivpuri, Dr. C. S. Rawat, Mrs. Rawat, Dr. A.K. Singh, Mrs. Singh, Mrs. Pant (w/o Brig. H.M. Pant), Sr. Paulin and Sr. Deena of Mount Alvin School and others. Prof. Nitin Chhimwal coordinated the programme.
“AIPAN” Competition at BIAS
“AIPAN” is an art form of Uttarakhand hills. It is drawn on floor and considered auspicious. Base of the AIPAN is of red soil (GERU). Lines and figures are drawn by using wet rice flour. Turmeric powder could also be used for filling voids and decorating the drawing. In AIPAN competition at BIAS organized on 20.10.2016, following were the winners. First: Sony Bisht, Second: Swati, Third: Parth. They were awarded cash prizes by Dr. A. K. Pant and Mrs. Abaha Pant, Shri Anil Lyall and Mrs. Lyall, Shri Shivpuri and Mrs. Shivpuri.
Guest Lecture on “Colors and Digitization”
Prof. Dhananjay Singh Bisht from the Department of Industrial Design, National Institute of Technology, Rourkela (Odisha) delivered Guest Lecture at BIAS on the topic “Colors and Digitization” on 16.10.2016. Participants included Faculty Members, third year B. Tech. students and others interested. The programme was coordinated by Prof. Alok Sharma and Prof Nitin Chhimwal.
Devashish Lohani (Final Year Student) delivers Seminar based on Project in Finland
B. Tech. (CSE) Final Year student Devashish Lohani delivered Seminar at the Institute on the topic “Clustering of Photos based on their Descriptions”. Faculty Members and students attended the Seminar. It was based on the project work done by him at the University of Eastern Finland during June- July, 2016 where he was invited for internship based on his papers in mathematical journals. His visit to Finland was partly (50%) financed by the Institute. Rest of the expenses were covered by his fellowship awarded by the University of Eastern Finland. He has now been invited to France for internship project in early 2017.
BIAS Students Team Declared Champions
BIAS Team of students brought laurels to the Institute by winning overall Championship in “Word Power” and “General Knowledge” competitions organized by Amrapali Group of Institutions at Haldwani. Among 16 teams from Uttarakhand, New Delhi, Meerut, Noida and other places, BIAS team was declared overall Champions. The Team was awarded running trophy for the “Late Smt. Kamla Dhingra Memorial Meet – 2016”. While Ms Pragya Mishra and Divy Kala were awarded First in Word Power, Ritesh Joshi and Ritwik Dhapola were declared Second.
Winners with Director, BIAS and Staff Coordinator
University calls all Year-back Students to Join Classes
Notification has been received from Uttarakhand Technical University, Dehradun on 03.10.2016 (evening) that all the Year-back students who had to discontinue their studies in the current Semester, are allowed to attend classes in the Semester. BIAS has therefore called back all such students to register and attend classes with immediate effect.