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Computing Vision March: 2020

Computing Vision March: 2020

The College of Computing Sciences and Information Technology has released its Student Magazi
THE NATIONAL UNITY DAY CELEBRATION

THE NATIONAL UNITY DAY CELEBRATION

CCSIT is one of the topmost institutes for B-tech, BCA, and BSc programmes in the state of Utta
Write up for Fresher’s  Party

Write up for Fresher’s Party

A fresher’s party for the BBA iNurture students was held on 16th October 2019. The objective o
Deepotsav

Deepotsav

On the occasion of Diwali (25TH Oct), Teerthanker Mahaveer University’s engineering college CCS
WORKSHOP ON “NETWORK SECURITY AND ITS CONCEPTS”

WORKSHOP ON “NETWORK SECURITY AND ITS CONCEPTS”

Owing to the growth of digitalization, networking has become a key aspect in today’s world henc
Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights

Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights

Institution’s Innovation Council (IIC) under the aegis of MHRD’s Innovation cell initiative and
RAMGANGA CHOUPAL VISIT

RAMGANGA CHOUPAL VISIT

College of Computing Sciences & Information Technology’s (CCSIT) MCA program students from
Write up for Panel Discussion

Write up for Panel Discussion

On 19th October, Teerthanker Mahaveer University’s College of Computing Sciences & Informat

The “Vote for Nation” program was organised by NSS team of CCSIT, TMU, Moradabad on 18th April, 2019. The aim of the program was to create awareness about the right to vote among the youngsters and increase public participation in elections. The program was started with a pledge session for first time voters.

On this occasion, Prof. Rakesh Kumar Dwivedi said that it is an important step to organise such a programme for the students. He motivated students and said that if you are a citizen of India and above 18 years of age, you are eligible to cast your vote in the elections. In the same vein, he informed young students that as per the Constitution of India, every Indian citizen who is of sound mind is given a universal voting right. He expressed his views and said that the voter is not discriminated on the basis of factors like religion, caste, creed, economic status, etc. He advised to use this to strengthen the democracy and democratic processes.

Prof. Rakesh Kumar Dwivedi appreciated the efforts of the NSS team of CCSIT for organising this program. On this occasion, Prof. Rakesh Kumar Dwivedi (Principal, CCSIT), Dr. Ashendra Kumar Saxena (HOD, CCSIT), Mr. Shambhu Bhardwaj (Procter, CCSIT), Mr. Navneet Vishnoi (NSS coordinator, CCSIT), Mr. Manoj Gupta, all NSS team members of CCSIT and the staff were present.

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