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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

Prime Minister Narendra Modi honoring late major Dhayan Chand’s birthday (28th August) dedicated this day for Fit India Movement.  

This address was conducted through live streaming across India and was at the lecture theatre of the college and was attended by all the students, teaching & non-teaching staff members of CCSIT. Late Major Dhayan Chand was said to be the ‘magician of hockey game,’ and owing to their fitness to play sports P.M. Modi urged all the citizens to be physically fit stating ‘a healthy mind resides only in a healthy body.’

Elaborating further Shree Narendra Modi stated how he himself exercises and yoga to be active and energetic throughout the day. Later to his talk, a cultural program was also presented live to further motivate the countrymen to be fit through opting any form of art as an activity. A series of Indian cultural dances, sports and art forms were showcased live emphasizing how different forms for fitness regime. As fitness isn’t something that can only be attained after sweating hours in gym. One can use yoga, dance forms, sports of their choice to keep themselves healthy and fit.

On the conclusion of the programme Prof. RK Dwivedi also motivated the students and teachers to be fit and expressed his eagerness to support the Fit India Movement. He stated that even though academics is important but so is physical fitness and CCSIT can only be the best college of India if we score on both platforms i.e Academics and sports. Though until now CCSIT students have benched their records well on both the platforms ranking the college amongst the top 20 colleges of UP and Delhi NCR.

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