A self-financing unit of NSS under GGSIPU NSS Cell was formed in Maharaja Surajmal Institute of Technology on 19th Sept 2019. National Service Scheme (NSS) is a voluntary and value-based student youth programme which was launched in 1969 by ministry of Youth Affairs and sports in pursuance of one of the recommendations of the Education Commission. NSS aims at the personality and character development of students in school and college.
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IEEE is the world’s largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. IEEE MSIT is a Student Branch of IEEE, established in the year 2009 to edify technical skills in a dexterous manner among the students of MSIT. The main objective laid down at the very beginning was to promote IEEE amongst the students. IEEE MSIT with its aim of “leading the wave of change” aspires to achieve excellence in all its endeavours. The Student Branch is committed to helping young undergraduates evaluate their career goals, polish their technical skillset, and create the building blocks of a lifelong and diverse professional network by providing them a plethora of opportunities.
IEEE MSIT has been significant in organizing workshops, short term project initiatives, scientific excursions, lecture series, and competitions since its beginning. IEEE MSIT has conducted many hands-on workshops on Robotics, Arduino, Web development, and Android amongst others. It has launched the Short Term Project Initiative where students from 1st and 2nd-year work with the 3rd and 4th-year students in various traditional and emerging fields of technologies for 2 months to gain practical knowledge in their area of interest. The flagship event of IEEE MSIT, “Technical Project Exhibition” has been extremely successful for the past four years and counting. We have had the honor of hosting eminent speakers and guests such as Dr.KiranBedi, the first women IPS officer, Mr. Bharat Sethi, founder of postergully.com, and Ms.RashmiAnand, famous author and domestic violence survivor who works with the Delhi Police Crime against Women Cell.
To promote specialized education and awareness amongst the students, IEEE MSIT has 3 Chapters under it- the Computer Society (CS), the Power and Energy Society (PES), and the Robotics and Automation Society (RAS). It also has an affinity group called Women in Engineering (WiE).
Computer Society is the premier source for information and collaboration in computer science and its vision is advancing in theory, practice, and application. It has organized workshops and seminars on Data mining, Networking, Web Development, and Augmented reality.
Power and Energy Society is one of the oldest societies mainly focused to become a leading provider of scientific and engineering information on electrical power and energy. It organizes various seminars and workshops which give students a chance to work on their ideas and explore. It had successfully organized the October Projects Week in the year 2015 where students were mentored by their seniors and worked on projects like door lock system, solar power lightening, and multimeter using Arduino.
Robotics and Automation Society aims to facilitate the exchange of scientific knowledge in the Robotics field. It has organized workshops and seminars on Antenna Fabrication, Quiz on Electromagnetism, BOT making workshops, webinar on robotics and automation, and Arduino workshops.
Women in Engineering is an affinity group dedicated to promote women engineers. As part of STAR (Students, Teachers, and Research), IEEE MSIT WiE has organized interactive sessions in schools to impart knowledge about engineering to inspire young children, especially girls, to join it. It has also organized a Breast Cancer Awareness session and Self Defence workshops.
To make the benefits of IEEE accessible to maximum student members, IEEE MSIT believes in the concept of Special Interest Groups (SIGs). The 13 SIGs aim at providing an avenue to people with similar interests, enabling them to come together, explore their fields of interest, and learn together. Various Special Interest Groups managed by IEEE MSIT are Deep learning, Machine learning using python, Cyber Security, Android, IoT using Raspberry Pi, Embedded system, Designing and Video editing to name a few, which provide a practical edge to the students in an artful manner.
Our student members have represented IEEE MSIT Student Branch at various National and International platforms like the IEEE European Microwave Conference held in Paris, France, R10 (Asia Pacific) Student- WIE- YP Congress 2015, and All India Student Congress. One of our members, Mr.YashrajGarg attended the Writing Sessions Meeting organised by IEEE Standards Association in Germany during October, 2019, which was fully funded by IEEE. IEEE MSIT won the prestigious Darrel Chong Student Activity Award in 2013 and 2015 for organizing laudable and value-driven student activities. Dr.Vimal Gaur, Reader, CSE Department and Dr.Poonam Bansal, Deputy Director, MSIT, former Branch Counselors of IEEE MSIT won the R10 Outstanding Branch Counselor award in 2012 and 2015 respectively, for their constant guidance and support which led to the proliferation of IEEE MSIT Student Branch. Deepali Jain, one of our members won the Richard E. Mervin Student Scholarship and Grace Hopper Celebration India Student Scholarship in the year 2017. The members have won the outstanding student volunteer award for 5 years in a row, Dr. J.K. Pal memorial award for 4 years in a row, outstanding WiE student volunteer award in the years 2018 and 2020 and are well placed in various competitions like Google CodeJam, ACM_ICPC, ChedChefSnackdown. IEEE MSIT PES also won the outstanding chapter performance award in 2016. IEEE MSIT Student Branch won Best Branch presentation award at Delhi Section Congress 2019.
IEEE MSIT Student Branch has bequeathed dedication and passion. The society shall continue this legacy to serve students and hence the institution with utmost zeal and dedication. The vision of the student branch can be aptly defined by the words of Henry Ford:
"Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success."
IEEE MSIT Branch Counselor: Dr. Anupama Kaushik (Associate Professor, IT)
IEEE MSIT CS Chapter Advisor: Ms. Pooja Kherwa (Assistant Professor, CSE)
IEEE MSIT PES Chapter Advisor: Dr. Jyoti Jain (Associate Professor, EEE)
IEEE MSIT RAS Chapter Advisor: Ms. Anshul Pareek (Assistant Professor, ECE)
IEEE MSIT Chairperson: Ashmita Chadha, ECE ([email protected])
Link to the IEEE MSIT website: http://ieee.msit.in/
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The Entrepreneurship Cell of MSIT, also known as, “eCell MSIT” is an initiative to provide the entrepreneurial minds with an open platform to gain knowledge about entrepreneurship, startups- ventures. Our sole aim is to let the concept of entrepreneurship burgeon and evolve. We aim at building a strong urge for people to innovate, take risks, shoulder social responsibility and indulge in creative execution of vibrant business ventures.
eCell MSIT was found in 2014 by the students in order to ignite the spark of entrepreneurship and teach the students basic concepts, procedure and terminology involved in entrepreneurial life, startups and ventures. We aspire to create a hub for the students to explore the world of business. eCell MSIT provides large opportunities to interact with famous and renowned people from the field of entrepreneurship through the meetups and workshops held frequently. In February 2017, CNBC India listed us among Top 120 E-Cells in India.
eCell conducts regular meetings and workshops for the students to provide knowledge and hands-on experience of real-life challenges. eCell MSIT has not only made students understand about entrepreneurship but has also been providing them with internship opportunities through internship fairs. The annual Entrepreneurship Summit, conducted by eCell MSIT, has been one of the major and successful events at MSIT. An ‘Entrepreneurship Course’ has been introduced from the session 2017-18 which allows students to learn different aspects and topics straight from the field experts. Student community has always enjoyed Startup Visits planned by eCell MSIT over the last few years.
One can know more through our regularly updated Facebook page (https://facebook.com/ecellmsit/) or refer our website (https://www.ecellmsit.in/) to read interesting articles and know more about the upcoming event. Drop us a mail at [email protected]
eCell MSIT Convener: Dr. Neeru Rathee (Associate Professor, ECE)
MHRD’s Innovation Cell (MIC) is an initiative by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India, established to foster the culture of innovation amongst all Higher Engineering Institutions (HEIs) and inspire young students to work with new ideas.
Under MIC, a network of IICs (Institute Innovation Cell) has been established across selected HEIs to promote innovation and make the institution’s ecosystem innovation-friendly.
Goals of IIC MSIT
Functions of IIC MSIT
Departments in IIC MSIT
Dr. Sudesh Pahal (ECE): Convener (8588964280)
Dr. Neeru Rathee (ECE): Startup Coordinator
Dr. Geetika Dhand (CSE): Innovation activity Coordinator
Dr. Poonam Dahiya (ECE): IPR Coordinator
Dr. Kavita Sheoran (CSE): Innovation activity Member
Dr. Adeel Hashmi (CSE): Social media coordinator
Dr. Sitender Malik (IT): ARIIA, NIRF Coordinator
Dr. Amita Yadav (CSE): Internship Coordinator
Student Co-ordinators: Tanisha Beri (CSE) , Tanvi Sobti (CSE)
Student Content Coordinator: Nitesh Gupta (CSE)
Student Publicity Coordinator: Prerna Aneja (CSE)
Student Activity Coordinators: Tanay Aggarwal (IT) , Sukriti Sinha (CSE)
Student Tech Coordinator: Tanay Aggarwal (IT)
Social media links
Facebook Page: https://iic.msit.in/Facebook
The National Innovation & Start-up Policy of MSIT, also known as, “NISP” is an initiative ready to support the startup culture at Maharaja Surajmal Institute of Technology, New Delhi.
Our sole aim is to inspire the new entrepreneur, solopreneur & wantrepreneur. We help students to learn to convert their dreams into an action plan. We at MSIT have made sure that innovative minds get all the needed resources, support, and help to climb the stairs of success. We've always put in adequate efforts to give proper room for entrepreneurship, innovation, and ideas to bloom. Entrepreneurship workshops, Esummit, Seminars, and industrial visits have been our top priority to bridge the gap.
We've always worked for this and will continue to do the same irrespective of the outcomes because our success is determined by the efforts we put in not the output we get. or this we keep on organizing sessions by industry experts, entrepreneurs and internship drives to help everyone put their skills to practice.
We would love to nurture entrepreneurs of this new era, we work together as a family to build something for the community and make a profitable business out of it. We at NISP MSIT invites future entrepreneur to be a part of our program.
eCell MSIT Convener: Dr. Neeru Rathee (Associate Professor, ECE)
Unnat Bharat Abhiyan Cell MSIT is the participating student body of MSIT, which is a part of the flagship initiative undertaken by Ministry of Human Resources and Development (MHRD) to bring out positive transformational change in the rural areas through the help of technical institutions. UBA Cell MSIT has been committed to solving the problems faced by the residents of five villages adopted by MSIT by suggesting innovative solutions.
Executive, Content & Social Media, PR, Outreach and Hosting, Sponsorship, Technical, Internal Affairs & EVM, Creativity
Activities under UBA, MSIT
Conducting surveys in adopted villages
Identifying problems and issues of the area
Organizing Gramsabha, awareness camps, Nukkad natak, Rallies related to issues identified
Preparing Village Development Plans(VDPs)
Interaction with local residents, distribution of pamphlets for sanitation, literacy awareness
Working on Technical projects to resolve their problems
Convener: Dr. Kavita Sheoran (Assoc. Professor, CSE)
India is a unique nation, whose fabric has been woven by diverse linguistic, cultural and religious threads, held together into a composite national identity by a rich history of cultural evolution, coupled with a freedom struggle that was built around the tenets of non-violence and justice. The spirit of mutual understanding amidst a shared history has enabled a special unity in diversity, which stands out as a tall flame of nationhood that needs to be nourished and cherished into the future.
Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat (EBSB) programme is an AICTE initiative, that aims to enhance interaction & promote mutual understanding between people of different states/UTs through the concept of state/UT pairing. The states carry out activities to promote a sustained and structured cultural connect in the areas of language learning, culture, traditions & music, tourism & cuisine, sports and sharing of best practices, and more.
Time and technology have narrowed down distances in terms of connect and communication. In an era that facilitates mobility and outreach, it is important to establish cultural exchanges between people of different regions, as a means to further human bonding and a common approach to nation-building. Mutual understanding and trust are the foundations of India's strength and all citizens should feel culturally integrated in all corners of India. As per the direction received from EBSB Cell, Department of Higher Education, MHRD, Maharaja Surajmal Institute of Technology has conducted various events to promote the objective of EBSB for our partnered Institute (Centre for Computers and Communication Technology (CCCT), Sikkim). Our future endeavours would be to promote the idea of a sustained and structured cultural connect between people of different regions by carrying out a structured engagement with our partnered institute in the spheres of language, literature, cuisine, festivals, cultural events, tourism and more.
Ms. Sonika Malik (Assistant Professor, IT)
Dr. Nishtha Jatana (Assistant Professor, CSE)
Ms. Deepshikha Yadav (Assistant Professor, ECE)
The Industry-Institution-Interaction Cell (IIIC) has been established by AICTE. In order to ensure that technical students get exposure to the industrial environment and current technologies relevant to their subjects and opportunities to learn, understand and sharpen real time technical and managerial skills, AICTE has made internships mandatory.
The objective of Industry-Institution-Interaction Cell at MSIT is to establish purposeful interaction between the industry and institution. IIIC aims to bridge the gap between the institute and the industry and offers real time exposure on projects and other developments.
IIIC provides an excellent platform for both the students as well as the faculty members to be aware of industry expectations from the graduates. IIIC serves as a podium to exhibit the best practices, latest technologies in industry and their implementation.
Key functions of III Cell
Members of the III Cell
e-Yantra Lab is being established in MSIT with collaboration of the project hosted in the Department of CSE, IIT Bombay, to spread Embedded systems and Robotics education in Engineering. In this direction the following progress is achieved in MSIT.
TechSoc, the technical society of MSIT was formed by the amalgamation of various technical clubs pre-existent in the college. This was done to channelize the scattered efforts and to provide a common platform which catered to the technical needs of the students.
Under the able guidance and support of our conveners Ms. Kavita Sheoran (Assoc. Professor) and Ms. Nishtha Jatana(Asst. Professor), the society aims to flourish and continue with providing ample opportunities for the betterment of the students.
TechSoc serves it's audience by organizing various events in the form of speaker sessions, technical seminars and hands-on workshops on subjects from various domains. Some of them are as follows:
1. “Informative Seminar on Google Summer of Code” provided students with a complete guideline on participating and completing this coveted open source program.
2. In the session “Industrial Analysis on IoT and Embedded Systems” students were provided with a roadmap to enter this field, enlightened on future opportunities in IoT and role of embedded systems in various domains.
3. Another successful event was a two day “Hands-on workshop on Git and Github” where in two 2-hour sessions around 50-60 attendees were addressed. Students from knowing nothing about Git and Github were able to comfortably use it without any problem.
4. Apart from these there have been sessions on concepts like “Career in Computer Science”, “Introduction to Data Science”, “Robotics” and online sessions on “Android Development”.
Another initiative in this direction is the Mentor-Mentee program which involves courses like web development, learning python etc. Each course involves learning technologies, using online resources, with weekly graded assignments being given by the mentors.
We aim that the associates always have a technically enriching time with TechSoc.
Convener: Dr. Kavita Sheoran (Associate Professor, CSE), Dr. Nishtha Jatana (Assistant Professor, CSE)
In the assembly of the 'to-be-engineers' who tirelessly deal with codes and circuits, there exist a group of people, together called as MUTANTS CULTURAL SOCIETY, who've got an ardent love for cultural activities.
Mutants Cultural Society is a collective of Four Societies – OCTAVE Music Society, AARAMBH Dramatics Society, UNITY Street Dance Crew and ASTITVA Dance Society. All these societies work hand in hand with each other and as a part of MUTANTS always work for the betterment of the cultural scenario as well as for the upliftment of various talented students of MSIT.
With a constant support and motivation from the college administration and faculty, the society aims to have well planned, well prepared cultural team in MSIT. From regular training and practice sessions, to each rigorous jamming period, the determination of MSITians, becomes evident from their stage performances in various institutions.
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Ms. Deeba Naqvi (Assistant Professor, Applied Sciences - 1st shift), firstname.lastname@example.org
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A mob of intrigued intellectuals, Veda is the ‘crème-de-la-crème’ of interactive societies where a diverse group of individuals, with a huge armamentarium of niche interests, work towards a common goal, which is to gain more knowledge.
Beginning as a small group of people interested in quizzing, we’ve grown to become a recognized and successful society whose events are attended and appreciated by quizzers across Delhi.
Our aim is to develop an interest in quizzing among the students and create a platform that fosters an environment for all quizzing enthusiasts to grow and learn. The members of our society bond over their curiosity and their shared passion for quizzing. Even the most fleeting of looks at our Whatsapp group will prove this statement. Students are constantly sharing questions relating to their favourite genres and others are busy geeking out on its details. This interaction between the curious, and the intellectuals, allows for a highly intuitive environment which in turn allows for collective growth among society members.
We have had numerous experiences worth mentioning as we have won a staggering 100+ podiums since the advent of our society including the hat trick we achieved in 2018 of winning a podium at the IPU Anugoonj Annual Quiz Competition. It’s really tough to emerge victorious among 120-130 teams and we did it thrice in a row, and that is something we will always cherish.
Our society welcomes any and every kind of knowledge. Be it a Movie/TV shows fanatic, a Sports enthusiast, a Marvel/DC geek, a Biz fiend, an Information junkie, a Literature aficionado, a tech expert or a History buff, Veda is the society that is open for all who are curious. You will gain knowledge and will learn how to apply that knowledge in quizzing or in real life.
To know more about us you can follow us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/vedaqs) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/vedathequiz/ ). In case of any queries, you can also email us at email@example.com
Teacher-in-charge: Dr Sudesh Pahal (Assoc. Prof., ECE)
Prakriti, the environmental and humanitarian society of MSIT, was founded on 3rd March 2010. It aims at promoting environmental as well as social consciousness, awareness and responsibility amongst the college youth and the populace.
Prakriti organises a multitude of events both in the online and offline arenas such as campaigns, drives, competitions, camps, workshops, seminars, webinars and online series in an attempt to engage the maximum population in its endeavours. Clothes, food and books donation, donation for flood victims, Blood Donation Camp and ENVA are notable yearly events that Prakriti organises.
With an active online following in quadruple digits and a team of over 100 enthusiastic members, Prakriti stands as one of the most eminent societies of MSIT.
ENVA is the annual cultural extravaganza of MSIT. It is organised by Prakriti MSIT every year. From dancing, debating and street plays to open mics, blind-dating and gaming events, ENVA has over 15 events in a span of 2 days - everything one can ask for!
Humans of MSIT (HOMSIT) is a photo blog about students of MSIT. It marked its inception in the year 2018 and is handled by Prakriti MSIT. It delineates the stories of students and teachers and showcases it to inspire the masses to live with ever-enduring zest.
Teacher-in-Charge: Dr. Savita Ahlawat (Associate Professor, CSE)