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1 Computer Society of India 51 st Annual Report

2 51 st Annual Report Registered Office COMPUTER SOCIETY OF INDIA 302, Archana Arcade, , St. Johns Road, Secunderabad Tel. : Head Office Unit No. 3, 4th Floor Samruddhi Venture Park MIDC, Andheri (E), Mumbai csi-india.org Tel. : website : http// Education Directorate CPT Campus, Taramani Chennai Tel./Fax : Auditors M/s. Thakurdesai & Associates Bankers to Head Office State Bank of India Axis Bank Bankers to Education Directorate State Bank of India Axis Bank Contents Executive Committee & Annual Report 2 Treasurer's Report 98 Auditors' Report 99 Balance Sheet 100 Income & Expenditure 101 Statement Schedules 102 AGM Agenda 112

3 51 ST Annual Report Computer Society of India Executive Committee Prof. Bipin V. Mehta President Dr. Anirban Basu President Dr. Anirban Basu Vice-President Mr. Sanjay Mohapatra Vice-President Mr. Sanjay Mohapatra Hon. Secretary Prof. A K. Nayak Hon. Secretary Mr. R. K. Vyas Hon. Treasurer Mr. R. K. Vyas Hon. Treasurer Mr. H R Mohan Immd. Past President Prof. Bipin V. Mehta* Immd. Past President Mr. Shiv Kumar Regional Vice-President, (Region I) Mr. Shiv Kumar Regional Vice-President, (Region I) Mr. Devaprasanna Sinha Regional Vice-President, (Region II) Mr. Devaprasanna Sinha Regional Vice-President, (Region II) Dr. Vipin Tyagi Regional Vice-President, (Region III) Dr. Vipin Tyagi Regional Vice-President, (Region III) Mr. Hari Shankar Mishra Regional Vice-President, (Region IV) Mr. Hari Shankar Mishra Regional Vice-President, (Region IV) Mr. Raju L kanchibhotla Regional Vice-President, (Region V) Mr. Raju L kanchibhotla Regional Vice-President, (Region V) Dr. Shirish S. Sane Regional Vice-President, (Region VI) Dr. Shirish S. Sane Regional Vice-President, (Region VI) K. Govinda Regional Vice-President, (Region VII) K. Govinda Regional Vice-President, (Region VII) Prof. M N Hoda Chairperson, Division-I (Systems) Prof. M N Hoda Chairperson, Division-I (Systems) Dr. R Nadarajan Chairman, Division-II (Software) Prof. P Kalyanaraman Chairman, Division-II (Software) Mr. Mankikar Ravikiran Chairman, Division-III (Applications) Mr. Mankikar Ravikiran Chairman, Division-III (Applications) Dr. Durgesh Kumar Mishra Chairman, Division-IV (Communications) Dr. Durgesh Kumar Mishra Chairman, Division-IV (Communications) Dr. Suresh Chandra Satapathy Chairman, Division-V (Education & Research) Dr. Suresh Chandra Satapathy Chairman, Division-V (Education & Research) Prof. (Dr.) Anil K Saini Chairman, NC Mr. Ved Parkash Goel Chairman, NC Mr. Rajeev Kumar Singh Member, NC Mr. Sushant Rath Member, NC Prof. (Dr.) U.K. Singh Member, NC Dr. Santosh Kumar Yadav Member, NC 1

4 Computer Society of India 51 st Annual Report for the year Prof. A K Nayak Hon. Secretary Dear Members, I have pleasure in presenting this 51 st Annual Report of Computer Society of India (CSI) for the year The year , has been a significant year for CSI on two counts. First, the Computer Society of India (CSI), which is formally established on 6 th March, 1965 at Hyderabad, successfully completed 51 glorious years of its existence and active performance for promotion of ICT in India. Secondly, the CSI, which was started with just 16 members, now is having the total membership strength ( Students, Institutional, Associate, Life, Corporate) is 95,702 as of 31 st March The number of chapters are 73 as of March Number of student branches 399 as of March The year is a decrease in membership of students from 83,924 (as on 31st March 2015) to 78,739 (as on 31st March 2016). As evident, the students have become our major stakeholders constituting 75% (approx.) of membership base. This means no small achievement but at the same it is a very big responsibility on the entire CSI fraternity, especially the working members to nurture the young minds and groom them as the next-generation IT professionals. With regard to the conferences and technical programmes (including seminars, workshops, student conventions and symposia) about 450 events were organized during the year at state, regional, national/ international levels across India, i.e. 5 to 6 events per week on an average- resulting into new kind of vibrancy and momentum for members and stakeholders. Operational Highlights: The Executive Committee (ExecCom) of the Society consisting of seventeen elected members, entrusted with the responsibility of successfully running the society met five times during the year at various locations across the country to review the functioning and activities of the society and take decisions on important matters. Corporate officers on behalf of the ExecCom conducting the day to day operations and administrations of CSI. The Venue and dates of the ExecCom meeting/s are as mentioned below: Meeting Venue Date Joint Meeting-I Mumbai 28th-29th March 2015 ExecCom Meeting-II Kolkata 30th May, 2015 ExecCom Meeting-III Delhi 8th-9th August 2015 ExecCom Meeting-IV Delhi 3rd December 2015 ExecCom Meeting-V Mumbai 2nd-3rd April Joint ExecCom Meeting-V 2

5 51 ST Annual Report The Members of the ExecCom attended these meeting as follows: Name Position No. of meetings held No. of meetings attended Prof. Bipin V Mehta President 5 5 Prof. Anirban Basu Vice President 5 5 Mr. Sanjay Mohapatra Hon. Secretary 5 5 Mr. R K Vyas Hon. Treasurer 5 5 Mr. Shiv Kumar RVP-I 5 5 Mr. Devaprasanna Sinha RVP-II 5 4 Prof. Vipin Tyagi RVP-III 5 5 Mr. Hari Shankar Mishra RVP-IV 5 3 Mr. Raju L kanchibhotla RVP-V 5 5 Dr. Shirish S. Sane RVP-VI 5 4 Mr. K Govinda RVP-VII 5 4 Prof. M N Hoda Division Chair-I 5 4 Dr. R Nadarajan Division Chair-II 5 4 Mr. Ravi Mankikar Division Chair-III 5 4 Dr. Durgesh Kumar Mishra Division Chair-IV 5 5 Dr. Suresh C Satapathy Division Chair-V 5 3 Sri H R Mohan Immediate Past President 5 4 Think Tank Meeting The CSI Think Tank consisting of the Fellows and Past President s of CSI met on 4th December, 2015 during the CSI 2015 Annual Convention at New Delhi and following members were participated in Think Tank Meeting: Sr. No. Name Post Sr. No. Name Post 1. Prof. Bipin V. Mehta President 14. Mr. Gautam Mahapatra Fellow 2. Dr. R. K. Datta Past President 15. Prof. S. V. Raghavan Fellow 3. Prof. P. Thrimurthy Past President 16. Mr. R. Nadarajan Chairman Div II 4. Prof. U. K. Singh NC Member 17. Dr. Anirban Basu Vice President, CSI 5. Mr. D.B.V. Sarma Fellow 18. Prof. K. K. Aggarwal Past President 6. C. V. Singh Fellow 19. Prof. A. K. Agrawal Fellow 7. K. Govinda RVP VII 20. Dr. Vipin Tyagi RVP III 8. Mr. Sanjay Mohapatra Hony. Secretary 21. Prof. Suresh Satapathy Chairman Div V 9. Dr. S. S. Sane RVP VI 22. Dr. A. K. Saini Chairman NC 10. Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Fellow 23. Prof. M. N. Hoda Chairman Div I 11. Mr. Devaprasanna Sinha Fellow 24. Mr. R. Mankikar Chairman Div III 12. Dr. Deepak Shikarpur Fellow 25. Mr. Shiv Kumar RVP I 13. Mr. Raju Kanchibhotla RVP V 26. Dr. Durgesh Mishra Chairman Div IV After a brief review of the functioning of the society, gave its valuable advice to the Execcom on policy matters and make the following suggestions: i. Have an excellent strategy, vision and mission that could also help CSI in enhancing its image. ii. Plan for a good video film on CSI and a look n feel dynamic portal of CSI and project it for attracting new members. iii. Add value on students membership of CSI. iv. To increase IT quizs, IT tests in student branches. v. To promote quality certification programs. 3

6 Computer Society of India vi. To improve the quality and content of CSIC. ExecCom noted that action on some of the above suggestions had already been initiated. National Council The National council is comprised of the Executive committee members and chairpersons of chapters / representative of Chairpersons of chapters. The council administers the Society through the preparation and maintenance of various operational manuals and make all decisions except those specially reserved for the General Body and shall advise the General Body on all matters coming up for decision. The year witnessed majority of chapters completing the elections as per the scheduled whereas a few of the chapters were guided with the respective Regional Vice Presidents and Nomination committees to form ad hoc management committees. The list of Chapter Chairpersons / representative of Chairpersons of chapters is appended hereunder: National Council meeting held on 3rd Dec 2015 at New Delhi and following members were present: Sr. No. Name Chapter Post 1. Sanjay Agal Udaipur SBC 2. Amit Joshi Udaipur Hony. Secretary 3. Prof. Vipin Tyagi ExecCom member RVP III 4. Jayesh Solanki Ahmedabad Vice Chairman 5. Dr. Viral Nagori Ahmedabad Hony. Treasurer 6. Dr. Bhavana Narain Raipur SSC 7. Pragati Sawant Pune SBC 8. D. Santhadevi Gurgaon Hony. Secretary 9. Purnendu Narayan Patna Hony. Secretary 10. Dr. R. Nadarajan Coimbatore Chairman DIV II 11. Prof. Prashant R. Nair Coimbatore Past RSC 12. Dr. M. Sundaresan Coimbatore Imm Past Chairman 13. Prof. P. Thrimurthy Past President Past President 14. P. R. Rangaswami Coimbatore Fellow 15. Mr. Raju Kanchibhotla ExecCom member RVP V 16. Apoorva Agha Allahabad Member 17. Mukesh Kumar Ranchi Hony. Secretary 18. Deepak Shikarpur Pune Fellow 19. K. Mohan Raidu Hyderabad Convener 20. S. Lahiri Kolkata Hony. Secretary 21. Prof. A. K.Nayak Patna Chairman, Pub. Com 22. Mr. H. S. Mishra ExecCom member RVP IV 23. Mr. Mankikar R. S. ExecCom member Chairman Div III 24. K. Govinda ExecCom member RVP VII 25. Mr. Devaprasanna Sinha ExecCom member RVP II 26. Dr. S. S. Sane ExecCom member RVP VI 27. Sudhir N Dhage Mumbai RSC VI 28. B. M. Patil Pune SSC VI 29. Dr. Mayank Aggarwal Haridwar Hony. Secretary 30. Dr. Anirban Basu ExecCom member Vice President 31. Mr. Sanjay Mohapatra ExecCom member Hony. Secretary 32. Prof. Bipin V. Mehta ExecCom member President 33. Mr. R. K. Vyas ExecCom member Hony. Treasurer 4

7 51 ST Annual Report Sr. No. Name Chapter Post 34. C. Srinivas Hyderabad SSC V 35. Raghavan Hyderabad Member 36. Prof. U.K. Singh ExecCom member NC Member 37. B. Krishna Kumar Hyderabad MC member 38. K.Sankarasubramanian Bhilai MC member 39. V. Padmanaban Bhilai Member 40. Wg Cdr D. N. Mishra Chandigarh Chairman 41. Dr. Vijay Singh Rathore Jaipur Vice Chairman 42. Lalji Sarathiya Vadodara Hony. Secretary 43. Vinod Kumar Taneja Dehradun Past Chairman 44. Sanjeev Kumar Ranchi Past Secretary 45. Dr. J. P. Patra Raipur Hony. Secretary 46. Rajesh Deshmukh Raipur NC member 47. Arvind Sharma Lucknow Hony. Secretary 48. Dr. Prakash Bangalore Vice Chairman 49. Dr. S.C. Gupta Mumbai Chairman 50. K. R. Chaube Mumbai Hony. Secretary 51. Vinay Krishna Bangalore Hony. Secretary Membership Highlights The overall membership strength of the society at the end of the year on 31st March 2016, registered decrease in membership strength by 3.8% over that at the end of the previous year. There was decrease in the student membership by 6.5 % as compared to that at the end of the previous year. The ExecCom continued its efforts at enrolling Life Members and as a result, the number of life members increased from 12,146 as on 31st March, 2015 to 13,040 as on 31st March, Table 1: Voting members and Student members As on 31/03/2015 As on 31/03/2016 Total Voting Members 15,859 17,379 Students 83,924 78,739 Total 99,783 96,118 TABLE 2: Academic and Non-academic Institutional membership Grade As on 31/03/2015 As on 31/03/2016 Educational Non Educational Total Chapters As on 31st March 2016, the society had 73 chapters across the country to conduct its activities. Some of the chapters are not active and not operating in accordance with the norms and guidelines of the society. The Execcom through Regional Vice President is continuously putting all efforts for operation of defunct chapters. Region-I Region-II Region-III Region-IV Region-V Region-VI Region-VII Allahabad Kolkata Ahmedabad Cuttack Bangalore Aurangabad Coimbatore Chandigarh Patna Bhopal Raipur Vijayawada Goa Chennai Dehradun Siliguri Gwalior Rourkela Hyderabad Mumbai Kochi 5

8 Computer Society of India Region-I Region-II Region-III Region-IV Region-V Region-VI Region-VII Delhi Durgapur Indore Ranchi Mysore Nashik Hosur Ghaziabad Guwahati Mhow Jamshedpur Visakhapatnam Pune Trichy Haridwar Surat Bhilai Koneru Solapur Trivandrum Kanpur Udaipur Bhubaneswar New Guntur Nagpur Vellore Lucknow Vadodara Balasore Ongole Sivakasi Mankapur Vallabh Vidyanagar Bokaro Salem Noida Ujjain Dhanbad Annamalainagar Gurgaon Rajkot Kanyakumari Varanasi Jaipur Karaikudi Mathura Chittorgarh Kozhikode Jhansi Jabalpur Thanjavur Puducherry CSI Institutional Member/s / Corporate Members Sr. No. Name Chapter Region-I 1 Obeetee Pvt. Ltd. Allahabad 2 Indian Farmers Fertilizers Co-Op. Ltd. Allahabad 3 Computer Centre, Ministry of statistics & programme implementation Delhi 4 Computer Centre, Ministry of statistics & programme implementation Delhi 5 National Hydroelectric Power Corpn. Ltd Delhi 6 I. R. D. E. (Instruments Research and Development Establishment) Dehradun 7 Skill Cube Pvt. Ltd. Gurgaon 8 Indian Farmers Fertilizers Co-Op. Ltd. New Delhi 9 Achievers Forum New Delhi Region-II 10 Hi Tech Computer Education Point Guwahati 11 Electronics Regional Test Lab (E) Kolkata 12 NAHM-National Youth Computer Guwahati 13 Institute of Industrial and Information Technolgoy Guwahati 14 Vision IT Computer Institute Guwahati Region-III 15 Industrial Extension Bureau Ahmedabad 16 Rajeev Gandhi Computer Saksharta Mission Jaipur Region-IV 17 M E C O N Limited Ranchi 18 Mahandi Coalfields Ltd Rourkela Region-V 19 Hindustan Aeronautics Limited Bangalore 6

9 51 ST Annual Report Sr. No. Name Chapter 20 Indian Space Research Organisation Bangalore 21 Information Technology & Communication Dept. Hyderabad 22 Tally Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore 23 Jawaharlal Nehru National Youth Centre Council of Education And Training Hyderabad Region-VI 24 Opus Software Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Pune 25 Mukand Ltd. Mumbai 26 Media Lab Asia Mumbai 27 I D B I Bank Ltd. Mumbai 28 Rave Technologies Mumbai 29 Goa Shipyard Ltd. Goa 30 Best Undertaking Mumbai 31 Mastek Ltd. Mumbai 32 Investronaut Pune 33 Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) Pune 34 Hinditron Infosystems Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai 35 Converged Data Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai 36 Pragatee Foundation Mumbai 37 Life Insurance Corporation Mumbai 38 Reliance Communications Ltd. Mumbai 39 Network Intelligence India Pvt. Ind. Mumbai 40 Maharashtra Centre For Career Education Aurangabad Region-VII 41 Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd - Trichy Tiruchirapalli 42 Steel Authority Of India (S A I L) Salem 43 B H E L - Ranipet Vellore 44 Lakshmi Machine Works Ltd Coimbatore 45 Tamilnadu Newsprint & Papers Ltd. Salem 46 Skiltek Computer Centre Kochi 47 Elysium Technologies Pvt Ltd Tiruchirapalli 48 Malayala Manorama Company Ltd Kochi 49 BSS Information Technology Mission Trivandrum 50 Infom Atomicka (Tech) Pvt. Ltd. Puducherry 51 Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited Visakhapatnam Student Branches During the year the society received proposals from various educational institutions seeking approval to form CSI student branches. The proposals received from the following educational institutions were found to be conforming to the relevant criteria and norms of society and hence, the ExeCcom approved them to form student branches. List of approved student branches during the FY

10 Computer Society of India State Region Chapter IM ID Instititution Name Uttar Pradesh Region - I Lucknow M10085 Rajshree Institute of Management And Technology Punjab Region - I Chandigarh M10005 Global Institute of Management & Emerging Technology Delhi Region - I Delhi M10014 Maharaja Surajmal Institute Delhi Region - I Delhi M10044 Institute of Innovation in Technology & Management West Bengal Region - II Kolkata M10112 MCKV Institute of Engineering Gujarat Region - III Ahmedabad M10139 Indus University Madhya Pradesh Region - III Jabalpur M10055 Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology And Sciences Madhya Pradesh Region - III Gwalior M10108 I University Madhya Pradesh Region - III Gwalior M10166 Vikrant Group of Institutions Rajasthan Region - III Jaipur M10142 Poornima College of Engineering Odisha Region - IV Balasore M10058 Fakir Mohan University Chhattisgarh Region - IV Raipur M10059 Rungta College Karnataka Region - V Bangalore M10008 Hirasugar Institute of Technology Karnataka Region - V Bangalore M10141 Alliance College of Engg. and Design - Alliance University Karnataka Region - V Bangalore M10165 Dayananda Sagar Academy of Technology And Management Karnataka Region - V Bangalore M10135 Christ University Karnataka Region - V Mysore M10060 P.E.S. College of Engineering Karnataka Region - V Mysore M10040 GSSS Institute of Engineering & Technology for Women Telangana Region - V Hyderabad M10002 Stanley College of Engineering & Technology for Women Telangana Region - V Hyderabad M10021 Joginpally B. R. Engineering College Telangana Region - V Hyderabad M10017 BVRIT Hyderabad College of Engineering for Women Telangana Region - V Hyderabad M10018 Marri Laxman Reddy Institute of Technology & Management Telangana Region - V Hyderabad M10056 MLR Institute of Technology Andhra Pradesh Region - V Hyderabad M10083 Brindavan Institute of Technology And Science Telangana Region - V Hyderabad M10130 CVR College of Engineering Andhra Pradesh Region - V Hyderabad M10039 Dr.K.V.Subba Reddy College of Engineering For Women Andhra Pradesh Region - V New Guntur M10038 Vignan s Nirula Institute of Technology And Science for Women Andhra Pradesh Region - V Visakhapatnam M10102 Gayatri Vidya Parishad College of Engineering for Women Andhra Pradesh Region - V Visakhapatnam M10125 Dr. Lankapalli Bullayya College of Engineering For Women Andhra Pradesh Region - V Vijayawada M10159 DVR & Dr.HS MIC College of Technology Andhra Pradesh Region - V Vijayawada M10167 Nova College of Engineering And Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai M10096 MCT's Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai M10131 Annasaheb Chudaman Patil College of Engineering Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai M10006 Babasaheb Gawde Institute of Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai M10169 Pillai HOC College of Engineering And Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Nashik M10105 Guru Gobind Singh Polytechnic Maharashtra Region - VI Nashik M10042 M V P Samaj's Karmaveer Adv. Baburao Ganpatrao Thakare College of Engineering Maharashtra Region - VI Nashik M10137 Sandip Institute of Engineering And Management Maharashtra Region - VI Pune M10080 Marathwada Mitra Mandal's College of Engineering Kerala Region - VII Cochin M10048 St. Joseph's College of Engineering And Technology Kerala Region - VII Cochin M10011 Sahrdaya College of Engineering And Technology Kerala Region - VII Trivandrum M10129 Baselios Mathews II College of Engineering 8

11 51 ST Annual Report State Region Chapter IM ID Instititution Name Kerala Region - VII Trivandrum M10144 Lourdes Matha College of Science & Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai M10043 Anand Institute of Higher Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai M10109 DMI College of Engineering Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai M10132 SRM University Tamil Nadu Region - VII Coimbatore M10107 RVS College of Engineering And Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Coimbatore M10101 Hindusthan Institute of Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Tiruchirapalli M10106 K. Ramakrishnan College of Technology With the establishment of the above 49 new student branches, the total number of CSI student branches as on 31st March 2016 stood at 399 as under: Region Chapter Count Total Count Regionwise % of the total Region - I Ghaziabad Lucknow 1 Chandigarh 8 Delhi 7 Dehradun 2 Jammu & Kashmir 1 Noida 3 Gurgaon 2 Region - II Kolkata Region - III Ahmedabad Surat 1 V.V.Nagar 1 Vadodara 1 Indore 6 Bhopal 2 Jabalpur 1 Gwalior 2 Jaipur 8 Udaipur 2 Region - IV Cuttack Balasore 1 Rourkela 1 Bhubaneswar 2 Raipur 2 9

12 Computer Society of India Region Chapter Count Total Count Regionwise % of the total Region - V Bangalore Mysore 8 Hyderabad 38 New Guntur 4 Ongole 3 Visakhapatnam 17 Vijayawada 4 Koneru 2 Region - VI Aurangabad Mumbai 26 Nashik 10 Pune 28 Solapur 1 Nagpur 7 Region - VI Cochin CSI Student Branches Trivandrum 7 Calicut 3 Chennai 47 Coimbatore 22 Salem 6 Tiruchirapalli 22 Sivakasi 3 Hosur 2 Thanjavur 2 Vellore 3 Pondicherry 3 State Region Chapter IM ID Instititution Name Uttar Pradesh Region - I Ghaziabad I01610 Teerthanker Mahaveer University Uttar Pradesh Region - I Ghaziabad I01447 ABES Engineering College Uttar Pradesh Region - I Ghaziabad I01537 Krishna Institute of Engineering & Technology Uttar Pradesh Region - I Ghaziabad I01010 I.T.S Engg College Uttar Pradesh Region - I Lucknow M10085 Rajshree Institute of Management And Technology Uttar Pradesh Region - I Chandigarh M10212 Inst. of Engg. & Technology Mangalayatan University Punjab Region - I Chandigarh I01890 Chitkara University Punjab Region - I Chandigarh M10005 Global Inst. of Management & Emerging Technology Punjab Region - I Chandigarh M10063 Chandigarh Group of Colleges - College of Engineering Punjab Region - I Chandigarh I00734 Chandigarh Engineering College Himachal Pradesh Region - I Chandigarh I02242 Chitkara University Haryana Region - I Chandigarh I02339 Seth Jai Parkash Mukand Lal Inst. of Engg. & Tech. (JMIT) 10

13 51 ST Annual Report State Region Chapter IM ID Instititution Name Haryana Region - I Chandigarh M10152 Jai Parkash Mukand Lal Innovative Engineering And Technology Institute Delhi Region - I Delhi I00299 Bharati Vidyapeeth's Institute of Computer Applications & Management Delhi Region - I Delhi I01744 Bharati Vidyapeeth's College of Engineering Delhi Region - I Delhi M10014 Maharaja Surajmal Institute Delhi Region - I Delhi I01441 Jagan Institute of Management Studies Delhi Region - I Delhi M10044 Institute of Innovation in Technology & Management Delhi Region - I Delhi I01738 HMR Institute of Technology & Management - HMRI Delhi Region - I Delhi I02197 Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies Uttarkhand Region - I Dehradun I01310 University of Petroleum & Energy Studies Uttarkhand Region - I Dehradun I01408 DIT University Jammu & Kashmir Region - I Jammu & Kashmir I01772 Model Institute of Engineering & Technology Uttar Pradesh Region - I Noida M10033 Noida Institute of Engineering And Technology Uttar Pradesh Region - I Noida I01483 Dronacharya College of Engineering Uttar Pradesh Region - I Noida I01795 Amity University Haryana Region - I Gurgaon I02346 K.R. Mangalam University Haryana Region - I Gurgaon I01300 Dronacharya College of Engineering West Bengal Region - II Kolkata I01734 Haldia Institute of Technology West Bengal Region - II Kolkata M10112 MCKV Institute of Engineering West Bengal Region - II Kolkata I02163 Government College of Engg. & Ceramic Technology Gujarat Region - III Ahmedabad I01819 GLS Institute of Computer Technology Gujarat Region - III Ahmedabad I02344 GLS (I&RKD) Institute of Computer Application Gujarat Region - III Ahmedabad I00252 AES Institute of Computer Studies Gujarat Region - III Ahmedabad M10118 Sanskar Inst. of Mgmt. & Information Technology Gujarat Region - III Ahmedabad I01343 B.H. Gardi College of Engineering & Technology Gujarat Region - III Ahmedabad M10139 Indus University Gujarat Region - III Ahmedabad I01285 Dharmsinh Desai University Gujarat Region - III Surat I01005 Sarvajanik College of Engineering & Technology Gujarat Region - III V.V.Nagar I02350 G H Patel College Of Engineering & Technology Gujarat Region - III Vadodara I02000 Babaria Institute of Technology Madhya Pradesh Region - III Indore I01487 Institute of Engineering & Science (IPS Academy) Madhya Pradesh Region - III Indore I01475 Acropolis Technical Campus Madhya Pradesh Region - III Indore I00677 Acropolis Institute of Technology & Research Madhya Pradesh Region - III Indore I90565 Shri Vaishnav Institute of Technology & Science Madhya Pradesh Region - III Indore I01272 Truba College of Engineering & Technology Madhya Pradesh Region - III Indore I02019 Sri Aurobindo Institute of Technology Madhya Pradesh Region - III Bhopal I00676 Jaypee University of Engineering & Technology Madhya Pradesh Region - III Bhopal I01605 Truba College of Science & Technology Madhya Pradesh Region - III Jabalpur M10055 Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology And Sciences 11

14 Computer Society of India State Region Chapter IM ID Instititution Name Madhya Pradesh Region - III Gwalior M10108 I University Madhya Pradesh Region - III Gwalior M10166 Vikrant Group of Institutions Rajasthan Region - III Jaipur I01784 Global Institute of Technology Rajasthan Region - III Jaipur I02353 NIIT University Rajasthan Region - III Jaipur I02045 Modi Institute of Management & Technology Rajasthan Region - III Jaipur I02056 The LNM Institute of Information Technology Rajasthan Region - III Jaipur I02240 Birla Institution of Technology Rajasthan Region - III Jaipur M10142 Poornima College of Engineering Rajasthan Region - III Jaipur I02143 Mody University of Science & Technology Rajasthan Region - III Jaipur I01572 Apaji Inst. of Mathematics & Applied Computer Technology - (Banasthali University) Rajasthan Region - III Udaipur I02356 Pacific College of Engineering Rajasthan Region - III Udaipur I01404 Aishwarya Institute of Mgmt. & Information Technology Odisha Region - IV Cuttack I00860 Silicon Institute of Technology Odisha Region - IV Cuttack I01947 Gandhi Institute For Technological Advancement Odisha Region - IV Cuttack I01507 C.V. Raman College of Engineering Odisha Region - IV Cuttack I02010 National Institute of Science & Technology Odisha Region - IV Cuttack I02168 Hi-Tech Institute of Technology Odisha Region - IV Balasore M10058 Fakir Mohan University Odisha Region - IV Rourkela I02215 Gandhi Institute of Engineering & Technology Odisha Region - IV Bhubaneswar I02156 Gandhi Engineering College Odisha Region - IV Bhubaneswar I02192 KIIT University Chhattisgarh Region - IV Raipur I01923 Shri Shankaracharya Institute of Professional Management & Technology Chhattisgarh Region - IV Raipur M10059 Rungta College Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I00666 The Oxford College of Enginering Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I01356 K.L.E. Institute of Technology Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I02125 Cambridge Institute of Technology Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I02129 B.M.S. Institute of Technology & Management Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I01184 B.N.M. Institute of Techology Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I02182 GITAM School of Technology Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I02260 Global Academy of Technology Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I02276 B.L.D.E.A's V.P. Dr. P. G. Halakatti College of Engineering and Technology Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I00755 K.L.S Gogte Institute of Technology Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I01248 Sir M. Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology Karnataka Region - V Bangalore M10026 K.S. Institute of Technology Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I02319 Bapuji Institute of Engineering & Technology Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I01877 M.S. Engineering College 12

15 51 ST Annual Report State Region Chapter IM ID Instititution Name Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I01709 Raja Rajeswari College of Engineering Karnataka Region - V Bangalore M10008 Hirasugar Institute of Technology Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I02333 Sri Krishna Institute of Technology Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I00655 NMAM Institute of Technology Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I01600 Sri Venkateshwara College of Engineering Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I02070 CMR Institute of Technology Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I00211 MVJ College of Engineering Karnataka Region - V Bangalore A Dr. T. Thimmaiah Institute of Technology Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I01669 HKBK College of Engineering Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I02270 Amrita School of Engineering Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I02161 KLE Dr.M.S Sheshgiri College of Engg. & Technology Karnataka Region - V Bangalore M10124 K.L.E. College of Engineering And Technology Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I00650 New Horizon College of Engineering Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I00432 Siddaganga Institute of Technology Karnataka Region - V Bangalore M10141 Alliance College of Engg. and Design - Alliance Univ. Karnataka Region - V Bangalore M10165 Dayananda Sagar Academy of Tech. and Mgmt. Karnataka Region - V Bangalore M10171 A.P.S. College of Engineering Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I01574 Srinivas Institute of Technology Karnataka Region - V Bangalore M10135 Christ University Karnataka Region - V Bangalore M10179 Jyothy Institute of Technology Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I00821 Channabasaveshwara Institute of Technology Karnataka Region - V Bangalore I02189 M.S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology Karnataka Region - V Mysore M10060 P.E.S. College of Engineering Karnataka Region - V Mysore I01741 KVG College of Engineering Karnataka Region - V Mysore I02206 Canara Engineering College Karnataka Region - V Mysore M10040 GSSS Institute of Engg. & Technology for Women Karnataka Region - V Mysore M10157 Vidyavardhaka College of Engineering Karnataka Region - V Mysore I01634 AE College of Engineering Karnataka Region - V Mysore I01560 AIMIT, St.Aloysius College Karnataka Region - V Mysore M10172 Jain College of Engineering Andhra Pradesh Region - V Hyderabad I01785 Sridevi Women's Engineering College Andhra Pradesh Region - V Hyderabad I00559 G.Pulla Reddy Engineering College Andhra Pradesh Region - V Hyderabad I01768 Vidya Jyothi Institute of Technology Telangana Region - V Hyderabad I01130 G.Narayanamma Institute of Technology And Science Telangana Region - V Hyderabad I00358 Vasavi College of Engineering Telangana Region - V Hyderabad I01959 Malla Reddy College of Engineering Andhra Pradesh Region - V Hyderabad I02219 Lakireddy Bali Reddy College of Engineering Telangana Region - V Hyderabad M10002 Stanley College of Engg. & Technology for Women Telangana Region - V Hyderabad M10021 Joginpally B. R. Engineering College 13

16 Computer Society of India State Region Chapter IM ID Instititution Name Andhra Pradesh Region - V Hyderabad I02254 Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology Telangana Region - V Hyderabad M10017 BVRIT Hyderabad College of Engineering for Women Telangana Region - V Hyderabad M10018 Marri Laxman Reddy Institute of Technology & Mgmt. Andhra Pradesh Region - V Hyderabad M10030 Vardhaman College of Engineering Telangana Region - V Hyderabad I01999 Malla Reddy Institute of Technology & Science Telangana Region - V Hyderabad I01186 Kakatiya Institute of Technology And Science Telangana Region - V Hyderabad I01878 CMR Technical Campus Telangana Region - V Hyderabad M10056 MLR Institute of Technology Andhra Pradesh Region - V Hyderabad I01385 G. Pullaiah College of Engineering & Technology Andhra Pradesh Region - V Hyderabad M10083 Brindavan Institute of Technology And Science Telangana Region - V Hyderabad I01849 TKR College of Engineering & Technology Telangana Region - V Hyderabad I01497 CMR Institute of Technology Telangana Region - V Hyderabad A Aurora's Scientific, Tech. & Research Academy Andhra Pradesh Region - V Hyderabad I02345 St.Martin's Engineering College Andhra Pradesh Region - V Hyderabad I01986 Matrusri Engineering College Andhra Pradesh Region - V Hyderabad I01275 Anurag Group of Institutions Telangana Region - V Hyderabad I02310 Muffakham Jah College of Engg. and Tech. Telangana Region - V Hyderabad I01937 CMR Engineering College Telangana Region - V Hyderabad M10130 CVR College of Engineering Andhra Pradesh Region - V Hyderabad I02315 Malla Reddy Engineering College for Women Telangana Region - V Hyderabad I01584 Malla Reddy Engineering College Andhra Pradesh Region - V Hyderabad M10039 Dr.K.V.Subba Reddy College of Engg. for Women Andhra Pradesh Region - V Hyderabad I01846 Sri Venkateswara College of Engineering Andhra Pradesh Region - V Hyderabad I01847 Sri Venkateswara Engineering College For Women Telangana Region - V Hyderabad I01077 Vallurupalli Nageshwara Rao Vignana Jyothi Institute of Engineering and Technology Andhra Pradesh Region - V Hyderabad I01253 Guru Nanak Institute of Technology Andhra Pradesh Region - V Hyderabad M10119 Krishna Chaitanya Inst. of Tech. and Sciences Andhra Pradesh Region - V Hyderabad I00271 M.V.S.R. Engineering College Telangana Region - V Hyderabad I01480 Geethanjali College of Engineering And Technology Andhra Pradesh Region - V New Guntur M10038 Vignan s Nirula Inst. of Tech. and Science for Women Andhra Pradesh Region - V New Guntur I01540 Bapatla Engineering College Andhra Pradesh Region - V New Guntur I02132 Vasireddy Venkatadri Institute of Technology Andhra Pradesh Region - V New Guntur M10202 Geethanjali Institute of Science & Technology Andhra Pradesh Region - V Ongole M10069 NBKR Institute of Science And Technology Andhra Pradesh Region - V Ongole I01750 Audisankara College of Engineering & Technology Andhra Pradesh Region - V Ongole M10199 Audisankara Institute of Technology Andhra Pradesh Region - V Visakhapatnam I00882 GMR Institute of Technology Andhra Pradesh Region - V Visakhapatnam I01358 Godavari Institute of Engineering & Technology Andhra Pradesh Region - V Visakhapatnam I01002 Anil NeeruKonda Institute of Technology & Science Andhra Pradesh Region - V Visakhapatnam I01132 GITAM Institute of Technology 14

17 51 ST Annual Report State Region Chapter IM ID Instititution Name Andhra Pradesh Region - V Visakhapatnam I01019 Aditya Institute of Technology & Management Andhra Pradesh Region - V Visakhapatnam I01639 Shri Vishnu Engineering College For Women Andhra Pradesh Region - V Visakhapatnam I02233 JNTUK University College of Engineering Andhra Pradesh Region - V Visakhapatnam I02322 Sri Sivani College of Engineering Andhra Pradesh Region - V Visakhapatnam M10065 Raghu Institute of Technology Andhra Pradesh Region - V Visakhapatnam M10067 Andhra University College of Engineering For Women Andhra Pradesh Region - V Visakhapatnam I02306 Gayatri Vidya Parishad College of Engg. (Autonomous) Andhra Pradesh Region - V Visakhapatnam I01468 Lendi Institute of Engineering & Technology Andhra Pradesh Region - V Visakhapatnam I00629 Gayatri Vidya Parishad College for Degree & P.G. Courses Andhra Pradesh Region - V Visakhapatnam I01662 Sagi Rama Krishnam Raju Engineering College Andhra Pradesh Region - V Visakhapatnam M10102 Gayatri Vidya Parishad College of Engg. for Women Andhra Pradesh Region - V Visakhapatnam M10125 Dr.Lankapalli Bullayya College of Engg. for Women Andhra Pradesh Region - V Visakhapatnam M10183 Pydah College of Engineering and Technology Andhra Pradesh Region - V Vijayawada I00673 Gudlavalleru Engineering College Andhra Pradesh Region - V Vijayawada M10089 Dhanekula Institute of Engineering And Technology Andhra Pradesh Region - V Vijayawada M10159 DVR & Dr. HS MIC College of Technology Andhra Pradesh Region - V Vijayawada M10167 Nova College of Engineering And Technology Andhra Pradesh Region - V Koneru I00564 PVP Siddhartha Institute of Technology Andhra Pradesh Region - V Koneru I01412 K L University Maharashtra Region - VI Aurangabad I01756 P.E.S. College of Engineering Maharashtra Region - VI Aurangabad I01688 Marathwada Institute of Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Aurangabad I01225 MGM's Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering College Maharashtra Region - VI Aurangabad I02116 Pankaj Laddhad Inst. of Tech. and Mgmt. Studies Maharashtra Region - VI Aurangabad I02169 Deogiri Institute of Engg. and Mgmt. Studies Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai I01432 Terna Enginnering College Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai I90890 S.N.D.T. Women's University, P.G. Dept. of CS Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai I00537 K.J. Somaiya College of Engineering Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai I01143 Padmabushan Vasantdada Patil Pratistan Engg. College Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai I00643 Pillai's Institute of Information Technology Engg., Media Studies & Research Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai I01681 Shivajirao S. Jondhale College of Engineering Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai I01274 SIES Graduate School of Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai I00572 Vidyalankar Institute of Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai I01851 Vidyalankar School of Information Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai I02152 Dwarkadas J.Sanghvi College Of Engineering Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai I01462 V.E.S Polytechnic Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai I01562 Thakur College of Engineering & Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai M10096 MCT's Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai M10131 Annasaheb Chudaman Patil College of Engineering Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai I02265 Ramrao Adik Institute of Technology 15

18 Computer Society of India State Region Chapter IM ID Instititution Name Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai I02012 Xavier Institute of Engineering Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai I00372 M.H. Saboo Siddik College of Engineering Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai M10006 Babasaheb Gawde Institute of Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai I01567 Fr.C.Rodrigues Institute of Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai I01052 Thakur Institute of Management Studies, Career Development & Research Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai I01594 Atharva College of Engineering Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai I01831 Bharati Vidyapeeth College of Engineering Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai M10116 Konkan Gyanpeeth College of Engineering Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai M10186 Universal College of Engineering Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai I01173 Sardar Patel Instititute of Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Mumbai M10169 Pillai HOC College of Engineering And Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Nashik I01187 K.K. Wagh Inst. of Engineering Education & Research Maharashtra Region - VI Nashik I00776 Institute of Management Research & Development Maharashtra Region - VI Nashik I00863 MET's Institute of Engineering Maharashtra Region - VI Nashik I01893 Sandip Polytechnic Maharashtra Region - VI Nashik I01718 Gokhale Education Society's R.H. Sapat College of Engineering Management Studies & Research Maharashtra Region - VI Nashik I02347 Sandip Institute of Technology And Research Centre Maharashtra Region - VI Nashik I02318 Late G N Sapkal College of Engineering Maharashtra Region - VI Nashik M10105 Guru Gobind Singh Polytechnic Maharashtra Region - VI Nashik M10042 Maratha Vidya Prasarak Samaj's Karmaveer Adv. Baburao Ganpatrao Thakare College of Engineering Maharashtra Region - VI Nashik M10137 Sandip Institute of Engineering And Management Maharashtra Region - VI Pune I01419 Rajarambapu Institute of Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Pune I01103 Kolhapur Institute of Technology College of Engg. Maharashtra Region - VI Pune I01340 Dr.J.J. Magdum College of Engineering Maharashtra Region - VI Pune M10034 Anantrao Pawar College of Engineering And Research Maharashtra Region - VI Pune I02153 KJ College of Engineering & Management Research Maharashtra Region - VI Pune M10071 Padmashree Dr. D.Y. Patil Institute of Engg. & Tech. Maharashtra Region - VI Pune I01381 Maharashtra Institute of Technology - MIT Maharashtra Region - VI Pune I01740 Vishwakarma Institute of Information Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Pune I01208 AISSMS Institute of Information Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Pune I02249 Dr. D.Y Patil School of Engineering and Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Pune I00922 G.H. Raisoni Institute of Engineering & Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Pune I00820 A.T.S.S. Inst. of Industrial & Compu. Mgmt. & Research Maharashtra Region - VI Pune M10088 Sharad Institute of Technology College of Engineering Maharashtra Region - VI Pune I00710 AISSMS College of Engineering Maharashtra Region - VI Pune I01568 Modern Education Society's College of Engineering Maharashtra Region - VI Pune I02359 Padmashree Dr. D.Y. Patil Inst. of Engg., Mgmt. & Res. Maharashtra Region - VI Pune I01448 Vidya Pratishthan College of Engineering 16

19 51 ST Annual Report State Region Chapter IM ID Instititution Name Maharashtra Region - VI Pune I01858 D.K.T.E. Society's Textile & Engineering Institute Maharashtra Region - VI Pune I02084 MIT Academy of Engineering Maharashtra Region - VI Pune I02293 Bharati Vidyapeeth s College of Engg. for Women Maharashtra Region - VI Pune I01141 Padmashree Dr. D.Y. Patil Institute of MCA Maharashtra Region - VI Pune I01818 MIT College of Engineering - (Maeer's) Maharashtra Region - VI Pune M10080 Marathwada Mitra Mandal's College of Engineering Maharashtra Region - VI Pune I00915 MKSSS's Cummins College of Engg. for Women Maharashtra Region - VI Pune I02227 Army Institute of Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Pune I01449 Symbiosis Institute of Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Pune I02094 Pune Institute of Computer Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Pune M10073 PES Modern College of Engineering Maharashtra Region - VI Solapur I01963 Walchand Institute of Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Nagpur A Kavikulguru Institute of Technology And Science Maharashtra Region - VI Nagpur I01866 Rajiv Gandhi College of Engineering & Research Maharashtra Region - VI Nagpur I02231 Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engg. and Management Maharashtra Region - VI Nagpur I01638 Prof.Ram Meghe Institute of Technology & Research Maharashtra Region - VI Nagpur I00412 Rajiv Gandhi College of Engg. Research & Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Nagpur I02090 Anjuman College of Engineering And Technology Maharashtra Region - VI Nagpur I01705 St.Vincent Pallotti College of Engg. & Technology Kerala Region - VII Cochin M10048 St. Joseph's College of Engineering And Technology Kerala Region - VII Cochin I00953 Viswajyothi College of Engineering & Technology Kerala Region - VII Cochin I01525 Sree Narayana Gurukulam College of Engineering Kerala Region - VII Cochin I00955 Jyothi Engineering College Kerala Region - VII Cochin I01935 Amrita Schools of Arts & Sciences Kerala Region - VII Cochin I02175 Albertian Institute of Science And Technology Kerala Region - VII Cochin I01659 Sree Buddha College of Engineering Kerala Region - VII Cochin I02107 Amal Jyothi College of Engineering Kerala Region - VII Cochin I02145 De Paul Institute of Science & Technology Kerala Region - VII Cochin I00951 Toc H Institute of Science & Technology Kerala Region - VII Cochin I01722 Saintgits College of Engineering Kerala Region - VII Cochin M10028 Holy Kings College of Engineering & Technology Kerala Region - VII Cochin M10011 Sahrdaya College of Engineering And Technology Kerala Region - VII Cochin I02320 K.V.M. College of Engg. & Information Technology Kerala Region - VII Cochin I00568 Mar Athanasios College for Advanced Studies Kerala Region - VII Cochin I01841 Nehru College of Engineering & Research Centre Kerala Region - VII Cochin I02246 College of Engineering Cherthala Kerala Region - VII Cochin I00975 Rajagiri School of Engineering & Technology Kerala Region - VII Trivandrum I01732 St. Xavier's Catholic College of Engineering Kerala Region - VII Trivandrum I00117 Government Engineering College Kerala Region - VII Trivandrum I02283 L.B.S. Institute of Technology for Women 17

20 Computer Society of India State Region Chapter IM ID Instititution Name Kerala Region - VII Trivandrum I00478 Mar Baselios Coll of Engineering &Technology Kerala Region - VII Trivandrum M10129 Baselios Mathews II College of Engineering Kerala Region - VII Trivandrum M10076 Sree Chitra Thirunal college of Engineering Kerala Region - VII Trivandrum M10144 Lourdes Matha College of Science & Technology Kerala Region - VII Calicut I02128 Ahalia School of Engineering & Technology Kerala Region - VII Calicut I01144 Thangal Kunju Mursaliar College of Engineering Kerala Region - VII Calicut I01731 Vimal Jyothi Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I01157 Sri Sai Ram Institute of Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I01394 Panimalar Institute of Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I01322 Sri Sai Ram Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I00079 R.M.K. Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I01929 Jeppiaar Institute of Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I01759 Vel Tech Multi Tech Dr. Rangarajan Dr. Sakunthala Engg. College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I00267 Easwari Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I00926 Karpaga Vinayaga College of Engg. & Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I01908 T.J. Institute of Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I02126 R.M.K. College of Engineering and Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I00231 R.M.D. Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I00772 Adhiparasakthi Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I00522 Panimalar Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I02183 St.Joseph's Institute of Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I02309 KCG College of Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I01287 Saveetha Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I01016 Velammal Institute of Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I01260 Sri Sivasubramanya Nadar College of Engineering Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I00229 Tagore Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I01035 Prathyusha Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai M10043 Anand Institute of Higher Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I01041 S.A. Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I02030 SRM University - Ramapuram Campus Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I00325 Rajalakshmi Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I00338 B.S.Abdur Rahman University Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I00623 Velammal Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I00233 Valliammai Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai M10109 DMI College of Engineering Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I01668 SKR Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I00616 VelTech Dr.RR & Dr.SR Technical University Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I90370 Meenakshi Sundararajan Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I01306 Vels University Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I01270 Jeppiaar Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I02066 Shri.S.S. Shasun Jain College for Women Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I02150 Chennai Institute of Technology 18

21 51 ST Annual Report State Region Chapter IM ID Instititution Name Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I02118 SRM University - City Campus Vadapalani Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I00956 Rajalakshmi Institute of Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I01984 St. Peter's University Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai M10122 Kings Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I00287 St.Joseph's College of Engineering Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I01026 Aarupadai Veedu Institute of Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I00954 Vel Tech High Tech Dr. Rangarajan Dr. Sakunthala Engg. College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I02311 Sathyabama University Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai M10132 SRM University Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I01828 Agni College of Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I01637 Jaya Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Chennai I02057 Loyola ICAM College of Engineering And Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Coimbatore I00224 Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Coimbatore I01194 Sri Shakthi Institute of Engineering & Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Coimbatore I00125 PSGR Krishanammal College for Women Tamil Nadu Region - VII Coimbatore I01135 Karunya University Tamil Nadu Region - VII Coimbatore I01375 Karpagam University Tamil Nadu Region - VII Coimbatore I00705 Hindusthan College of Engineering & Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Coimbatore I00687 Sri Krishna College of Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Coimbatore I01618 Kalaignar Karunanidhi Institute of Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Coimbatore I01994 Shree Venkateshwara Hi-Tech Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Coimbatore I00135 Sri Krishna College of Engineering & Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Coimbatore M10107 RVS College of Engineering And Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Coimbatore I01020 P.A. College of Engineering & Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Coimbatore I00199 Amrita School of Engineering Tamil Nadu Region - VII Coimbatore I02181 KPR Institute of Engineering And Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Coimbatore I02072 Sri Ramakrishna Institute of Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Coimbatore I01454 Nehru College of Management Tamil Nadu Region - VII Coimbatore I00609 Karpagam College of Engineering Tamil Nadu Region - VII Coimbatore I00054 Kumaraguru College of Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Coimbatore I00560 KGISL Institute of Information Management Tamil Nadu Region - VII Coimbatore M10101 Hindusthan Institute of Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Coimbatore M10178 JCT College of Engineering And Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Coimbatore I01517 Dr.N.G.P. Arts & Science College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Salem I00943 Kongu Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Salem I01622 Excel Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Salem I00671 M.P.Nachimuthu M.Jaganathan Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Salem I02146 K.S.R Institute for Engineering And Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Salem I90425 RVS College of Engineering & Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Salem I01883 Knowledge Institute of Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Tiruchirapalli I01202 Mount Zion College of Engineering & Technology 19

22 Computer Society of India State Region Chapter IM ID Instititution Name Tamil Nadu Region - VII Tiruchirapalli I01273 Muthayammal Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Tiruchirapalli I02043 V. V. College of Engineering Tamil Nadu Region - VII Tiruchirapalli I01490 PSNA College of Engineering & Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Tiruchirapalli I00859 Dr. Sivanthi Aditanar College of Engineering Tamil Nadu Region - VII Tiruchirapalli I02357 Shrimati Indira Gandhi College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Tiruchirapalli I01677 Francis Xavier Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Tiruchirapalli I01549 Thiagarajar College of Engineering Tamil Nadu Region - VII Tiruchirapalli I00707 A.V.C College of Engineering Tamil Nadu Region - VII Tiruchirapalli I00852 M. Kumarasamy College of Engineering Tamil Nadu Region - VII Tiruchirapalli I02299 Nehru Memorial College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Tiruchirapalli I02137 Theni Kammavar Sangam College of Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Tiruchirapalli I01242 MAM College of Engineering & Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Tiruchirapalli I01084 Kalasalingam University Tamil Nadu Region - VII Tiruchirapalli I90551 Jamal Mohamed College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Tiruchirapalli I90932 Mookambigai College of Engineering Tamil Nadu Region - VII Tiruchirapalli I01653 J. P. College of Engineering Tamil Nadu Region - VII Tiruchirapalli I01001 National Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Tiruchirapalli I00102 Syed Ammal Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Tiruchirapalli M10106 K. Ramakrishnan College of Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Tiruchirapalli I01596 K.L.N. College of Information & Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Tiruchirapalli I02003 Kongunadu College of Engineering & Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Sivakasi I02303 Ramco Institute of Technology Tamil Nadu Region - VII Sivakasi I01955 Einstein College of Engineering Tamil Nadu Region - VII Sivakasi I00998 Mepco Schlenk Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Hosur I00158 Adhiyamaan College of Engineering Tamil Nadu Region - VII Hosur I01611 Er.Perumal Manimekalai College of Engineering Tamil Nadu Region - VII Thanjavur I02312 Srinivasa Ramanujan Centre - Sastra University Tamil Nadu Region - VII Thanjavur I02243 SASTRA University Tamil Nadu Region - VII Vellore I02044 Priyadarshini Engineering College Tamil Nadu Region - VII Vellore I00508 VIT University Tamil Nadu Region - VII Vellore I00612 Ganadipathy Tulsi's Jain Engineering College Pondicherry Region - VII Pondicherry I01167 Christ College of Engineering & Technology Pondicherry Region - VII Pondicherry I01570 Arunai Engineering College Pondicherry Region - VII Pondicherry I01162 Manakula Vinayagar Institute of Technology Regional Student Coordinators At the commencement of the year the Execcom nominated the following members as the Regional Student Coordinator, whose primary role and responsibility is to advise, guide and motivate the student branches to conduct activities to benefit the students. Regions Name Regions Name Region I Prof. D. K. Lobiyal Region V Prof. Manish Kumar Region II Dr. Siddhartha Bhattacharyya Region VI Prof. Dr. Sudhir Dhage Region III Prof. Nisarg N Pathak Region VII Prof. Suresh Thanga Krishna Region IV Prof. Rabinarayan Satpathy 20

23 51ST Annual Report CSI Events The following are the National/Regional/Divisional/ Students/ Joint events conducted by the society during the year. National Convention Annual New Delhi on Dec. 2-5, 2015 Computer Society of India (CSI) hosted CSI-2015; its Golden Jubilee Annual Convention from 2nd- 5th December, 2015 at New Delhi. The theme of the Golden Jubilee Annual Convention was Digital Life. The convention commenced on 2nd Dec., 2015 with the Inaugural function at FICCI Auditorium, New Delhi. Shri R.S. Sharma, IAS, Chairman, TRAI, Govt. of India was the Chief Guest, Shri J. S. Deepak, IAS, Secretary, DeitY, MC&IT, Govt. of India was the Guest of Honor. Prof. S. V. Raghavan, Former Scientific Secretary, Office of the PSA, Govt. of India addressed the gathering with his keynote address. The inaugural function was presided over by Prof. Bipin V. Mehta, President, Computer Society of India. The function was conducted under the august presence of Prof. K. K. Aggarwal, Former Founder Vice Chancellor, GGSIP University, New Delhi and Prof. Anirban Basu, Vice President & Chair, Conference Committee, Computer Society of India along with many other distinguished luminaries and guests, under the blessings and kind patronage of the Father of Indian IT Industry, Padmashree Dr. F. C. Kohli, Founder, TCS. Shri J. S. Deepak, IAS, Secretary, DeitY, MC&IT, Govt. of India was conferred the Honorary Fellowship on the occasion. Further, Life Time Achievement and Fellowship Awards were conferred to many stalwarts who have contributed significantly in the development of CSI, in particular and the society, in general. The inaugural saw the confluence of over 550 distinguished minds at a common platform. The Technical sessions of the Annual Convention were initiated on 3rd December, 2015 at Bharati Vidyapeeth s Institute of Computer Applications and Management (BVICAM), New Delhi, with 13 Parallel Tracks having 06 Technical Sessions in each of the track. Authors presented their technical papers in these parallel sessions. Every session was chaired by a panel of distinguished experts chosen from organizations of repute. From over 1500 papers received for the convention, 566 papers were accepted, which were presented during the three days technical sessions of annual convention. The convention provided a forum to bring together software developers, engineers, researchers and practitioners from Government, Judiciary, Academia and Industry. During the convention different plenary talks were held by 21

24 Computer Society of India distinguished experts. Noted Cyber Law Counsel, Supreme Court of India, Advocate Pawan Duggal delivered a talk on Cyber Law. Talk on Next Generation Networks was delivered by Mr. Rajesh Kumar S., Tech Lead, Juniper Networks. Ms. Swati Mehrishi, Springer India, New Delhi discussed The Art of Writing Quality Papers with the audience. Mr. Sachin Waingankar, Head (Solutions), Converged Data Technologies Private Networks gave an introduction to Exploring the Potential of Cloud Services. Mr. Sudhakar, CMD, ECIL, Hyderabad delivered innovative talk on Next Generation Networks and many more. The three days convention also noted two panel discussions on Digital India by distinguished panel of experts including Mr. Ibrahim Ahmad, Group Editor, Cyber Media, Gurgaon; Justice Talwant Singh, District and Sessions Judge, Govt. of NCT of Delhi, Ms. Shakti Raina, Head, Technology, Telecom Sector Skill Council; Mr. P. C. Mishra, GM (Systems), Coal India; Mr. Rajiv Garg, ED (IT), BHEL; Mr. Amajit Gupta, Managing Director, Juniper Networks; Mr. Sachin Waingankar, Head (Solutions), Converged Data Technologies Private Networks; Mr. K.S. Venu, Tally Solutions and chaired by Prof. Ravi Mittal, Vice Chancellor, KR Mangalam University, Gurgaon. poets presided over by Prof. Irtaza Karim, Director, NCPUL, MHRD, Govt. of India. The occasion also provided a platform for release of two Computer Science books; one by Prof. Anirban Basu on Software Testing and Reliability and another by Dr. Mansaf Alam on Digital Ogic and Computer Design published by PHI by Prof. K.K. Aggarwal, Former Founder Vice Chancellor, GGSIP University, New Delhi, Prof. P.B. Sharma, Ex-Vice Chancellor, Delhi Technological University and Vice Chancellor, Amity University and Prof. Bipin V. Mehta, President, Computer Society of India. The second panel discussion was conducted by experts including Lt. Gen. (Rtd.) Ashok Agarwal, Head, India Operations, AVG Technologies, USA; Mr. Prakash Kumar, IAS, CEO, GSTN, New Delhi; Mr. S. N. Gupta, Secretary General, NGN Forum, India; Dr. Kamaljit Singh, ED, IMS Noida; Mr. Raju Kanchibhotla, CSI and chaired by Prof. P. B. Sharma, Vice Chancellor, Amity University, Gurgaon. CSI Communications January The convention also noticed a cultural evening to mark the CSI-2015; Golden Jubilee Celebrations. Shri Saurabh Bhardwaj, Former Minister, Transport and Urban Development, Member of Legislative Assembly, Govt. of NCT, Delhi was the Chief Guest. The highlight of cultural evening was Kavi Sammelan by noted The three day annual convention on its last day was culminated by 50th Annual General Body Meeting of the Computer Society of India. The convention was concluded on 5th December, 2015 with the Valedictory Session, where Prof. Anirban K Basu, Vice President & Chairman, Convention Committee thanked all the persons involved for successful conduct of the event. He also thanked the Management, Faculty, Staff and Students of Bharati Vidyapeeth s Institute of Computer Applications and Management (BVICAM), New Delhi, for their organization and other technical support for making the convention, a reality and also to all the technical supporters, sponsors, etc. The proceedings of the papers presented during the convention shall be published by Springer in ten topical volumes under AISC series. The convention was well received and attended by over 2000 participants/ delegates/ participants from all walks of life. 22

25 51ST Annual Report CHAPtER'S Events Region-i Delhi Chapter university. Prof. A. S. Jalal delivered the keynote address. Chief Guest Prof. D.S. Chauhan, Vice Chancellor GLA University presided over the function. In his presidential address, he highlighted the importance of Aritifial Intellegence and pattern recognision in today world. Prof A.S. Jalal, Head of the Department, CEA welcomed the distinguished Guests.. Vote of thanks was given by Convener of workshop Prof. Dilip Kumar Sharma. Prof. Anirudh Pradhan, Dean R & D, GLA University was Chief Guest for valedictory ceremony. Prof. Dilip Kumar Sharma and Dr. Pooja Pathak GLA University were the Conveners of this National Workshop. Computer Society of India, Delhi Chapter organised an Evening Technical Talk (Under Digital India Programme) on the theme Computerization of Traffic Management in Delhi. The talk was delivered by Dr. Muktesh Chander, Special Commissioner of Police, Traffic Police Delhi on Friday the 8th January, 2016 at 6.00 PM. Shri Yudhishter Sharma, Chairman, Delhi Chapter welcomed the Hon. Speaker and the audions. He showed his gratitude to the Speaker for his presence on the day and accepting to deliver his talk. CSI Golden Jubilee National Student Convention Honorable Speaker very well explained traffic management system in Delhi through computer networking and CCTV. At the end Shri Pradeep Aneja, Vice Chairman cum Chairman Elect presented A Vote of Thanks. Mathura Chapter CSI Mathura Chapter conducted a Two day National Workshop on 4-5 March 2016 on Soft Computing and its Engineering Applications using MATLAB (SCEAM 2016) at the Dept. of CEA and Mathematics, GLA University, Mathura. The inaugural function was started by Mr. M.P. Singh, Agra CSI Golden Jubilee National Student Convention was organized at GLA University, Mathura organized on March 12-13, 2016, in association with Computer Society of India, Mathura Chapter, Region-1 & Division-1 in which more than twenty institutions from Agra, Mathura, Aligarh, NCR Region other states such as Rajasthan participated. 23

26 Computer Society of India Convention was inaugurated by Vice Chancellor Prof. Durg Singh Chauhan, Pro-Vice Chancellor Prof. A.M. Agarwal, Director Prof. Anoop Kumar Gupta, Head of the Department CEA Prof. Anand Singh Jalal, Chairman of CSI Mathura Chapter & Convener of Convention Prof. Dilip Kumar Sharma and Chief guest Prof. M.N.Hoda, Director of Bhartiya Vidyapeeth Institute of Computer Applications and Management, New Delhi lightened the lamp before the idol of Goddess Saraswati and source of inspiration to many Shree Ganeshilal Agarwal. After that Vice Chancellor, GLA University Prof. Durg Singh Chauhan talked about IT industry in a way that today IT industry with the IT enthusiasts share their knowledge and exchange ideas in the direction of the growth of this emerging sector and hence CSI playing a key role in fulfilling the social responsibilities by guiding and helping student in the field of computer education for research and development. Chief guest Prof. M.N. Hoda addressed the members and participants and emphasized the need to learn from failures instead of getting distraught. Pro-Vice Chancellor and Convention Chairperson Prof. A.M. Agarwal motivated the students to show participation in such activities and wished them for the bright future. Head of Department CEA & Organizing Chairperson Prof. Anand Singh Jalal introduced the theme of the event to all the participants and also underscored the vision that CSI holds and its mission. Also GLA Alumni Kumar Dharmendra B.Tech CSE 2013 batch who was the Guest of honor for the event was awarded for his excellent performance as he got 21st Rank in UPPCS Exam. Vote of thanks was given by Chairman CSI Mathura Chapter, Convener & Program Committee Chairperson of convention organized, Prof. Dilip Kumar Sharma. Prof. Sharma also gave the seminar on the convention theme Digital India. He shared the information about the prevailing digital age and ways to communicate across the globe by incorporating technologies and coordination of the next generation altogether by generating innovative ideas. Also ways to connect people on the strength of human values not identities In this Computer Society of India 50th National Student Convention twenty events including Expert talk on Digital India, Seminar on Digital India, Technical Paper Presentation, Robowar, Technical Quiz, Bug it out, Project Expo, Website Designing, Cook the Query, CPU Assembling, Multimedia Quiz, PCM interrogation, Chess (Brain Game), Clix, Treasure Hunt, GLA s Got Talent, LAN Gaming, Dancing, Singing, Music were organized and over 1000 participants showed active participation. The event was successfully winded up by giving away trophies and certificates to winners and participants and to student and faculty coordinators for their crucial role played in organizing the convention. Presence of Deepak Mangal, Saurabh Singhal, Deepali Singh,Rakesh Kumar Galav, Nitin Tyagi, Neeraj Varshney, Ashish Sharma, Narendra Mohan Sharma, Manoj Kumar, Praveen Mittal, Saurabh Anand, Nikhil Govil, Rahul Pradhan, Kailash Kumar and students including Keshav Goyal, Manuj Mittal, Nishant Kumar, Tejaswi Sharma, Kapil Agarwal etc. was also marked. Haridwar Chapter Digital India Week Awareness Haridwar Chapter On 7 July, 2015 CSI Haridwar Chapter in association with Gurukul Kangri University organized an awareness program on Govt. Of India Initiative, Digital India Week at FMS, GKV. Under the program a session of Lectures was organized to convey the mission and objectives of Digital India by Dr. Pankaj Madan and Dr. Mayank Aggarwal. Dr.Aggarwal also demonstrated how to use E-Hospital and Digital Locker Facility practically. After making the audience aware about digital India program, a quiz was conducted on Digital India Initiative. Experts from PNB Mr. Lohani, Idea Mr. Anand and NIC Mr. Ravi also apprised about various initiatives like Digital Data, Cyber Crimes etc. The Program was presided by Hon ble VC, GKV Sh. Surendra Kumar 24

27 51 ST Annual Report and Sh. VK Sharma, Registrar, GKV was Special Guest. Dr. Sharma told about the Long journey of digitization of Gurukul. The program witnessed a gathering of about 150 participants. At the end of the program prizes / certificates were given to first three winners of the quiz. On 22 Sept. 2015, CSI Haridwar Chapter in association with Faculty of Technology, Gurukul Kangri University organized an online Quiz C-EST on C Language. 104 stdeunts of B.Tech and MCA participated in the quiz. The online quiz was organized in three batches cash prizes of Rs. 2300/- were distributed to first three winners and certificates to all the participants. Mr. Manish Kumar, MCA secured I Position, Mr. Nagmani, B.Tech secured second position, Mr. Nishant Kumar, MCA secured third position. Valedicatory session was presided by Hon ble Vice Chancellor, GKV Dr. Surender Kumar. Dr.Mahendra Aswal,Chairman CSI Haridwar Chapter compared the event. Prof. Vinod Kumar, Registrar, GKV was Guest of Honour. Dr. K. J. Bhatia, Dr. Pankaj Madan, Dr. Vivek Kumar, Dr. Mayank Aggarwal, Dr. Kishan Kuamr, Mr. Nishant, Mr. Suyash along with other faculty and staff members of Dept. of Computer Science were present during the event. Noida Chapter Workshop organized by Computer society of India, Noida Chapter and IMS-Noida on 5th May on Net Neutrality, Social and Economic Perspective government or company and it is guided by we the people, the global citizen. Dr. Arvind Gupta, Key Note Speaker and National Head of the IT Cell of BJP, described the net neutrality and also described the fine difference between freedom on internet and free internet. Mr. Rajan Mathews, Director General of Cellular Operators Association of India and a renowned telecom expert, maintained that all telecom companies support Net Neutrality. Mr. Gopal Agarwal, BJP Economic Cell and a senior active civil society member, mentioned in his address that one has to see the entire debate from the consumer perspective. The consumer wants reliable services at an affordable price. He also put the case of calculation the actual cost of telecom networks and operations because telecom is a public good. He presided over the session and mentioned that the debate should remain focused on the substance and should not get politicized and in the current political scenario, many people who may not know the nitty gritty of the subject may try to jeopardize a healthy debate. He also mentioned about the social and economic impact of net neutrality. Shri Deepak Sahu, Editor-in-Chief, VarIndia.com supported net neutrality and put forward the social perspective on the need to have net neutrality. He was categorical and clear that net neutrality can not be diluted. Dr. Kamaljeet Singh, Director IMS, summed up the discussion and presented a vote of thanks. Region-II Patna Chapter In his inaugural address, Shri Anuj Agarwal, Chairman, CSI, Noida Chapter mentioned that the internet is the only non discriminatory medium and platform for the world where no body is discriminated based on nationality, color of the skin, caste creed, birth origin, social or economic status, sex or any other thing. Internet is not governed by any particular A one day seminar was organized by CSI, Patna Chapter on 13th September 2015 at IIBM Auditorium Patna on the theme E-commerce & E-governance in Global Perspective. The seminar was inaugurated by Prof. A.K. Nayak, Director, IIBM Patna & Chairman, Publication Committee of CSI along with Prof. Yogesh K Diwedi, Head of Management and Systems section of Swansea University, U.K. In his address. Prof. A.K. Nayak highlighted about the Digital India and its benefits which shall be the real backbone for the National Development. In the same time he has also pointed out the challenges that the 25

28 Computer Society of India country is facing like huge population, high speed band width & Multilanguage s problem. In his key note address Prof. Yogesh Diwedi discussed about the digital divide and suggested various measures for bridging the same. In the series of the invited lectures, Mr. Shailesh Kumar Shrivastava, Technical Director, NIC talked about the e-governance applications implemented by the Govt. of Bihar. Prof. Shams Raza, Programme In-charge, IGNOU Computer Study Centre spoke about the contribution of the new model village cloud in the domain of the e-governance. Prof. N.P. Rana of Swansea University, UK told about the transparency, efficiency and effectiveness of e-commerce & e-governance as well as the need of skilled manpower for the inclusive development. Others who spoke on this occasion were Prof. Ganesh Pandey, Dy. Director, IIBM Patna, Prof. Rajesh Kumar, past treasurer, CSI Patna Chapter, Dr. Sanjay Sinha, Secretary, Sukh Sansar. Institute, Prof. A.K. Nayak, Former National Chairman Div-III (Application) of CSI, & Mr. Rohit Singh, Chapter Patron of CSI Patna Chapter. One technical session was organized on the theme IT Education in National Development in which the technical papers were presented by Mr. Shams Raza, Immediate Past Chairman of CSI, Patna Chapter, Prof. Alok Kumar, Dean of IIBM, Patna, Mr. Shailesh Kr. Shrivastava, Director, NIC, Patna, Prof. Ganesh Pandey, Dy. Director, Dr. Zakir Husain Institute & Majoj Kumar Mishra, Amity Business School, Patna. Prof. A.K. Nayak delivered the welcome address, where as professor U.K. Singh, the Member of Nomination Committee, CSI Presided over the function. Mr. Purnendu Narayan, Secretary, CSI, Patna Chapter proposed the Vote of thanks. At the beginning Prof. Alok Kumar, Dean IIBM & Vice Chairman of CSI Patna Chapter welcomed the Guests and Prof. Bhawana Sinha, Head of Computer Application Dept., Patna Women s College & MC Member of CSI Patna chapter proposed the Vote of thanks. Prof. Rakesh Kumar, Chairman of CSI Patna Chapter Presided over the function and Sri Purnendu Narayan, Hony Secretary, CSI Patna Chapter coordinated the function. Dr. Dhyanendra Kumar, Prof. A. K. Nayak, Prof. U. K. Singh, Dr. Vijaylaxmi Saxena, Dr. A. K. Saxena, Dr. Arun Kumar, Dr. Ranjit Kumar Verma, Mr. Rohit Singh An one day National seminar was organized by Indian Institute of Business Management, Patna in technical collaboration with Computer Society of India Patna Chapter on the theme Role of Science Education in National Development on 11th April 2015 at IIBM Auditorium, Patna. The seminar was inaugurated by the General President of Indian Science Congress Association Dr. A.K. Saxena in the presence of Dr. Arun Kumar, General Secretary, Dr. Vijay Laxmi Saxena, Former General Secretary & Dr. Dhyanendra Kumar, Treasurer of Indian Science Congress Association, Dr. Ranjit Kumar Verma, Pro V.C., Patna University, Prof. U.K. Singh, Fellow, CSI & Director General, IIBM & Dr. Zakir Husain A one day seminar was organized jointly by Converged Data Technology, CISCO and CSI, Patna Chapter on 9 th June The seminar was inaugurated by Prof. (Dr.) U.K. Singh, DG, IIBM, Patna & Fellow, CSI. Prof. Arun K. Sinha, Former VC, Patna University was present as the Guest of Honour. Prof. A.K. Nayak, Chairman (Publication Committee) CSI and Director IIBM, Patna welcomed the guests, speakers and delegates present in the seminar. Mr. Shantaram Shinde, President, Converged Data Technology, spoke on converged infrastructure, Infrastructure as a service including the complete concept of Public Cloud, Private Cloud and Hybrid Cloud. His presentation was followed by Mr. Sachin Waignaker of Converged Data Technology. The CISCO presentation was made by Ms Anuradha Sastry Vedula of CISCO, New Delhi. Mr. Shailesh Kumar Srivastava, Technical Director, NIC made an Industry presentation comprising of various cloud application. Prof. Shams Raza, Past Chairman of CSI Patna Chapter presented the concluding remark where as Prof. Alok Kumar, Vice Chairman of CSI Patna Chapter proposed the vote of thanks. The seminar was coordinated by Sri Purnendu Narayan Hony. Secretary of CSI Patna Chapter. Kolkata Chapter Lecture Meeting on Old Age Care and IOT was held on 26

29 51 ST Annual Report August 29, 2015 at CSIKC auditorium. The keynote speaker was Mr. Supratik Gupta the senior member of CSI. Sundarban Programme 2015 (Reaching Out) Dr. Pinakpani Pal, Chairman CSIKC, Dr. R. T. Goswami, immediate past Chairman, CSIKC, Dr. Ambar Dutta, Treasurer, Mr. Subir Lahiri, Secretary, CSIKC, Prof. J K Mandal, Vice Chairman, Mr. Chandan Pal and Mr. R. K. Sambui, and two office staff Dulal Sengupta and Buddhadeb Kayal of CSIKC attended Six consecutive programs at six schools of Sundarban area under Reaching Out scheme of CSI Kolkata Chapter on 12th, 19th, 26th September rd, 10th and 17th October The programme and schools Names are : Kalidanga Junior High School, Kalidanga, Basanti, (12/09/2015), Jotishpur High School, Jotishpur, Basanti (19/09/2015), Netaji Vidya Pith, Hiranmoypur, Basanti, (26/09/2015), Pathankhali Adarsha Vidya Pith*, Pathankhali, Gosaba, (03/10/2015), Amlamethi Sashibhusan H.S School *, Amlamethi, Gosaba,(10/10/2015), Kalidanga Junior High School, Kalidanga, Basanti, (17/10/2015). Panel discussion was moderated by Mr Reji Pillai with members Prof. Anil Roy, DAIICT, Mr. Jayesh Gandhi Power Automation Expert, Mr. Shridhar Tambrapani, CEO, Adani Gas, Mr. Uttam Kumar Nayek, CEO, GBS and Mr. Vivek from GESIA. GESIA, IETE, IEE and ACM-Ahmedabad Chapter were the co-partners of the lecture. Lecture was sponsored by Global Business Solution. Ganapt University was venue partner for the event. Mr. Vijay Shah, Chairman, CSI-AC welcomed all the guests on behalf of the CSI-AC, briefed about CSI, Lecture. Dr. Viral Nagori, Hon. Treasurer, CSI-AC anchored the event. Vote of thanks was conveyed by Mr. Anant Gijare, MCM, CSI-AC. Siliguri Chapter National Conference on Recent Trends in Computer Science and Application (NCRTCSA-2015) jointly organized by CSI, Siliguri Chapter and Siliguri Institute of Technology (SIT), Nov. 7, 2015 at SIT, Siliguri. Mr. Apurba Chakraborty, Organizing Secretary, NCRTCSA-2015 gave the welcome address. Keynote addresses were delivered by Prof. Subrata Ghoshal, Kumarmangalam University, Haryana (Robotics and Artificial Intelligence) and Prof. Kameshwari Chebrolu, IIT Bombay (How to do Quality Research). Mr. Devaprasanna Sinha, RVP, Region II, spoke on the history of CSI in a session. Prof. J. K. Mandal, Kalyani University delivered the invited address on Chaos based Authentication in Public Domain Networks. Twelve papers were presented at the Conference and have been published in the Proceedings brought out on this occasion. Region-III Ahmedabad Chapter CSI- Ahmedabad Chapter has organized second lecture on Smart Energy for Smart Cities 21st Century Grid of SRT Memorial Lecture Series on 12th September, Lecture was held at Ganpat University Campus, Ahmedabad. Speaker was Mr. Reji Pillai, President, Smart Grid Forum, India. CSI Ahmadabad Chapter supported an All India Seminar on Internet of Things: Trends that affects Lives was organized by the Institute of Engineers (India) Gujarat State Center on Jan 22-23, 2016 at Bhaikaka Bhavan, Ahmedabad, in association with NASSCOMM, DeiTy (Dept of Electronics & Information Technology) Govt. of India, Center of Excellence in Internet of Things (CoE-IoT), ACM Ahmedabad Chapter, IETE Ahmedabad Center, Gujarat Innovation Society and Mobile Monday. The seminar was inaugurated by Chief Guest Shri K S Vishwanathan Head IoT, NASSCOM. The Guest of honor for the ceremony was Ms. Smriti Dagur, President, Institute of Electronics & Telecom Engineers (IETE), New Delhi and Prof. Bipin Mehta, President, Computer Society of India (CSI). More than 250 Professionals, Academicians 27

30 Computer Society of India and students participated in the Seminar. Mr. S. J. Desai, Chairman IE (I), GSC, welcomed all Dignitaries, honorable guests and Participants and presided lamp lightings. Mr. Jaimin Shah, Organizing Secretary, AIS-IoT-2016, introduced all the associations/ professional organizations supporting the seminar. Mr. Bharat Patel, Convener AIS-IoT-2016, introduced about the seminar. He gave statistics and motivation to the team about it. He also threw an insight as to how IoT will change the lives of the people in the coming days and how machine to machine connectivity is important to shape up the dreams of our PM with the two major missions of Make in India and Digital India. Mr. Vijay Shah, Chairman - CSI Ahmedabad Chapter, informed about the agenda of the event. Smt. Smriti Dagur, President IETE, discussed IoT along with Tweet of Things (ToT) and their applications in various areas. Prof. Bipin Mehta, President CSI, gave statistics of IoT, business and statistical figures to motivate audience to work in this areas. He also elaborated upon the impact of IoT. In order to promote CSI activities in the region and opening of new CSI student branches, CSI Ahmadabad Chapter Chairman Shri Vijay Shah and Regional Vice President Dr. Vipin Tyagi visited Sabar Institute of Technology for Girls, Ahmedabad and L.J Gandhi BCA College, Modasa on Image Processing on 20 Feb Annual General Meeting of Computer Society of India, Ahmedabad Chapter was held on 17th July, 2015 at Ahmedabad Management Association, ATIRA, Panjrapole, Ahmedabad at 6 PM. AGM was attended by total 53 CSI members. Prof. Bipin Mehta, President, CSI-HQ graced the meeting by his presence. Dr. Nilesh K. Modi, Immd. Past Chairman gave a report on the activities accomplished during the year Dignitaries on the dais released LAKSHYA, a newsletter of CSI-AC. Audit report of the society was received and adopted by the members present in AGM. Mr. Bharat Patel, NC Chair, announced new OB & Managing committee for the year /17 in front of the members present. Mr. Vijay Shah, Chairman, CSI-AC welcomed all the members and shared his plan of action for the year He also announced the idea of Golden Jubilee celebrations of CSI, and said that CSI-AC is organizing Late Shri S.R.Thakore Memorial Lecture Series throughout year which will cover various IT lectures. Dr. Sandip Vasant, Hon. Secretary, CSI-AC presented his idea about student job fair program for CSI Student Branches. CSI-AC felicitated Prof. Bipin Mehta being present as President CSI and Prof. M. T. Savaliya, Dr. Nilesh Modi, Dr. Nisarg Pathak, Dr. Aditya Patel and Mr. Vipul Joshi for achieving various milestones. Outgoing OB and MC members were felicitated for their active involvement and service to the society. AGM was well organized by Dr. Sandip Vasant, Hon. Secretary, CSI-AC and Dr. Viral Nagori, Hon. Treasurer, CSI-AC. International Conference on ICT for Sustainable Development in concurrent with ICT Awards The EXCELLENCIA was held during 3-4 July, 2015 supported by Computer Society of India as a Knowledge Partner. This conference provided the participants with opportunities to discuss and explore areas related to the Theory, Development, Applications, Experiences and Evaluation of Interaction Sciences with fellow students, researchers and practitioners. The conference provided a platform for bringing forth significant research and literature across the field of ICT for Sustainable Development and provide an overview of the technologies awaiting unveiling. This interaction provided a focal point for leading experts to share their insights, provide guidance and address participant s questions and concerns. The Plenary Session Speakers and Guests included Mr. Job Glas, Head of Mission, NBSO, Netherlands, Mr. Volkmar Blech, Zera Gmbh, Germany, Dr. DUrgesh Mishra, Indore (Chair-Div 4) Dr. Mukesh Kumar, TITS, Bhiwani, Dr. Vipin Tyagi, Jaypee University, Guna (RVP- Region 3), Prof. Pravesh Bhadviya, Director, Sabar Education, Mr. Bipin V Mehta, President CSI, Mr. Hemal Patel, MD, Cyberoam, Ms. Bhagyesh Soneji, Chairperson, ASSOCHAM, Mr. Jay Ruparel, President, GESIA. A total of 18 Sessions were organized as a part of ICT4SD including 15 technical, 2 plenary and 1 Inaugural Session. A total of 127 papers were presented in the in 15 technical session with high discussion insights. The total number of accepted Submissions was 155 with a focal point on ICT. The Session Chairs for the technical sessions were Dr. Chirag Thaker, GEC, Bhavnagar, Dr. Vipin Tyagi, Jaypee University, Guna, Dr. Munesh Trivedi, ABES Engineering College, Ghaziabad, Dr. Ramesh Thakur, DAVV, Indore, Dr. Dilip Kumar Sharma, GLA University, Mathura, 28

31 51 ST Annual Report Dr. Bhushan Trivedi, GLS University, Ahmedabad, Dr. S M Shah, KSV University, Dr. Harshal Arolkar, GlS University, Ahmedabad, Dr. Priyanka Sharma, Raksha Shakti University, Ahmedabad, Dr. Nilesh Modi, KSV, Ahmedabad, Dr. Satyen Parikh, Ganpat University, Dr. Sakshi Kaushal, UIET, Punjab University, Dr. S C Satapathy, Vishakapatnam. In the Awards ceremony ICT Awards The EXCELLENCIA 18 Awards were conferred to Best ICT Companies, Government Departments, NGOs and Individuals. key note address on 2nd day on Smart Cities. He discussed what exactly a smart city is and what the importance of measurement of various parameters related to the city is. He discussed about protocols, standards, stakeholders, issues and challenges for implementing the concept of smart cities etc. Both the sessions were appreciated by the participants and concluded by unending barrage of interesting questions and answers. CSI Ahmedabad Chapter and CSI Div-IV organized International Conference on Communications and Networking (ComNet) organized in association with ACM during February, 2016 at Ahmedabad Management Association, AMA, Ahmedabad. More than 290 research papers from total 17 states across India were received. Out of these 76 research papers based on peer reviews have been selected for publication with Springer. On the first day Prof. Andrezj Rucinski, Founding Director, Critical Infrastructure Dependability Laboratory, University of New Hampshire, USA gave a talk on Issues and challenges with IOT Revolution. The speech was well received by 300+ participant including Research Scholars, Paper Presenters of the conference, IT professionals and entrepreneurs and students of various institutes of Gujarat and India and general public. Mr. Sumit Chowdhury, Global Thought Leader, Smart Cities delivered his Prof. Bipin V Mehta, President, CSI was the Guest of Honour for both the days, could not attend due to illness. However he conveyed his best wishes for the conference. Dr. Vipin Tyagi, Regional Vice President, Region III, CSI graced the conference with his esteemed presence. He talked about CSI and related activities of CSI across India, especially in the Region III. He urged and encouraged the participants to become the member of CSI and wished them best luck for the paper presentation. Dr. Bhushan Trivedi, Program Chair, ComNet informed the audience about the statistics about the conference. Mr. Vijay Shah, Chairman, Ahmedabad Chapter and Convener ComNet emphasized on role of CSI in present context. Dr. Nilesh Modi, Past Chairman, CSI Ahmedabad Chapter and organizing chair informed about the conference. Dr. Sandeep Vasant, Publicity Chair, COMNET in his welcome address stated that concept of smart cities is highly relevant to talk as Ahmedabad has been selected as one of the city to be developed as Smart City. Mr. Amit Joshi thanked invited speakers, guest, participants, students, volunteers, office staff and sponsors of the event. Conference was sponsored by renowned MNC IT companies Gateway Technloabs as Platinum partner and EliteCore Technologies Sterlite Group as knowledge partner. Conference received excellent media coverage. Conference presenter s video interview was telecasted by DD News- Girnar TV channel. Bhopal Chapter CSI Bhopal Chapter organized the International conference on Advances in Electronics, Computer and Mathematical Sciences from Feb 2016 at Sagar Group of Institutions organized. It was inaugurated by Dr. R. K. Dutta, former President Computer Society of India. In this conference more than 200 research papers were selected for presentation. Eminent Speakers from India and Abroad were invited to 29

32 Computer Society of India deliver the key note and invited talks. Dr. A. H. Siddiqui from Saudi Arabia delivered the key note on Mathematics is the mother of all emerging technologies, Dr. Sharifuddin from Bangladesh delivered the talk on Problem and Purpose of vision based GAIT analysis for identification of Individuals, Dr R. Raghvendra from Dubai delivered the talk on Partition theory on mathematics, Dr. N. S. Choudhary, Director VNIT Nagpur Delivered the talk on Computationally Difficult Problems in Some investigations: P and NP Problem Dr. V. H. Pradhan from NIT Surat delivered the talk on Applications of numerical methods in advance research, Dr. M. P. S. Chawla from SGSITS Indore delivered the talk on Effective methods of teaching, Dr. R. P. Singh, former director MANIT Bhopal delivered the talk on Wireless and Mobile Communication, Dr. Vipin Tyagi Regional Vice President, Computer Society of India for Region-3 from Jaypee University Guna delivered the talk on Content Based Image retrieval, Dr. Poonam Sinha from Barkatullah University delivered the talk on Increased rate of call drop in mobile networks, Dr. J. C. Bansal from South Asia University also delivered the talk. Apart from these speakers many other well known academician including Dr. Shailendra Singh from NITTTR Bhopal, Dr. Nishchol Mishra from RGPV Bhopal, Dr. R. S. Thakur from MANIT Bhopal, Dr. R. P. Gupta from IETE MP&CG were invited to chair the sessions. Sandeep Monga welcomed the speaker before start of the session. Mr. Rajesh K Shukla, Secretary, CSI Bhopal chapter appreciated the Department of CSE, IT and MCA of Oriental Institute of Science and Technology, Bhopal for providing the opportunity to conduct this event. The Dept. of CSE of Sagar Institute of Research and Technology (SIRT), Bhopal organised a Two Weeks Short Term Training Program on Java and Android during June The Program was conducted under TEQIP -II and it was technically supported by CSI Region-III and the CSI Bhopal Chapter. This hands on training program was attended by faculty Members, research scholars and students. Expert Mr. Vijendra Singh Bhadouria covered various topics of Java and Android during the program. The programme successfully completed on 19 June Er. Sanjeev Agrawal Chairman SGI and Dr. Prashant Jain Executive Director SGI congratulated the whole organizing team including conference chair Dr. V. P. Saxena & Dr. Ashish Dutta and the organizing Secretary Prof Rajesh K. Shukla for successful conduction of the conference : CSI Rajkot Chapter, arranged a two hour Knowledge Forum Session on Layer-3 Switching. Total 35 participants attended this workshop. The session taken by a very renowned personality, Dr. Atul Gonsai, Associate Professor, MCA Department, Saurashtra University. This seminar was conducted by CSI, Rajkot Chapter, under Knowledge Forum Session. The session got inaugurated by Dr. R. Sridaran, Immediate Past Chairman, CSI Rajkot Chapter. He welcomed new chairman, Prof. Sunil Bajeja, who further talked about CSI Rajkot Chapter and its various roles and achieved milestones. He also introduced and welcomed the speaker. The session targeted many PG students, Research Scholars and doctorates of Rajkot Chapter. It added a feather in the list of successes by the CSI Rajkot Chapter. CSI Bhopal Chapter organised a one day Expert Talk on Android Application Development on with Department of CSE, IT and MCA of Oriental Institute of Science & Technology, Bhopal. Mr Vijendra Singh Bhadauria, (Corporate Trainer) conducted the workshop and it was attended by more than 250 students. He designed some live android apps to give practical exposure to students. Prof Dr. Atul Gonsai provided different evolutions of networks devices and gave insight to Layer-2-3 switching. The Vice- President Prof. Nilesh Advani presented vote of thanks. Prof. Jobi Jose, Chapter secretory has made all the arrangements in connection with session. All participants were provided with certificates for their participation. 30

33 51 ST Annual Report M. S. University of Baroda organized the event, under the aegis of Ex-Chairman CSI(VC) Prof. B.S. Parekh. Gwalior Chapter A special lecture on use of HAM Radio in Emergencies and Disasters was conducted by OM Jayant S. Bhide VU2JAU, NC member, CSI Gwalior Chapter in I.T.M. University, Gwalior, on 27 March The possible advantages of HAM Radio during Disasters. He demonstrated that HAM Radio has always worked as supporting communication system when nothing works. He also pointed out different types of disasters faced and how HAMs have provided the necessary communication to mankind and authorities in difficult situations where HAMs could not find to set up the station at proper place. Vododara Chapter CSI-Vadodara Chapter celebrated The Computer Day on 31st January, 2016 in collaboration with Department of CSE, The M. S. University of Baroda. Following the mission of Computer Society of India, under the pretext of integrating new entrants into the IT field, the CSI Vadodara Chapter, organizes several CS/IT related technical competitions for School & University students, during this Technical Fiesta. Special lecture Disaster Communication and HAM Radio at Gwalior More than 100 University students attended the program. I University Advisor Mr. R.D.Gupta along with HOD- CSE Mr. Sanjay Jain along with other faculties attended the program. OM Jayu VU2JAU was supported by OM Kamal Raj VU3RAE and OM Aditya Ashtikar VU3LKA during the program. The CDC-2016 comprised of 17 competitions, wherein total 266 participants from 13 schools & 10 colleges participated. The total number of participants from schools were 132 & from colleges 134, thus providing opportunity to students of every age group to participate in CS/IT competitions. Total of 63 prizes were distributed, amounting to ` 27,000/- which were covered entirely from Participation Fees and Sponsorship. Dr. S. K. Vij, Veteran & Ex-Chairman, CSI, Vadodara Chapter, Shri D.O. Shah, Chairman CSI, Vadodara Chapter and Mr. Chetanbhai Shah, VC inaugurated the event. The Jury Members for College Competitions were Senior IT Officials from Industries like Linde Engg. India, L&T Technologies, Reliance IPCL, ONGC etc and the School Competitions Jury were University Professors and Senior CSI Professionals. The Prize Distribution Ceremony was conducted in auspices of Dr. S.K.Vij, Shri Anjan Thakur, Senior Veteran CSI, Mr. Maulik Bhansali, ED, CEO, Netweb S/w, Mrs. Vibha Naik, GM (IT), Linde Engineering, India. Dr. Mamta C. Padole, Co-ordinator, Mr. Kshitij Gupte, Co- Coordinator and the Students Committee from CSE, Dept. The CSI Gwalior Chapter organized a computer and science quiz for school children at N.R.I.T.M. Gwalior on 9 10 December About 40 teams took part in the quiz. Mr. J.P.Verma, Chairman, CSI Gwalior Chapter, Mr. Hayaran Treasurer, CSI Gwalior Chapter along with Mr. Jayant S. Bhide, Past Chairman were present in the inaugural program. Director Mrs. S. Singh, Principal Dr. Awasthi and faculties of N.R.I.T. M. Gwalior were also present during the program.4 teams entered in the final. Schools were well prepared for the quiz and presented their talent, which was appreciated by all. First three teams were awarded with prizes. Mr. Jayant S. Bhide and Mr. R.K. 31

34 Computer Society of India Vishwakarma Past chairman were present during valedictory. All the CSI members were felicitated. It was also discussed that soon CSI Student Chapter will be processed. I University Gwalior in association with Computer Society of India, Gwalior Chapter, Region 3 and IEEE organized a three day International Conference on Communication Networks (ICCN) during 19th 21st Nov The event spread into three days witnessed presence of more than 300 research scholars, students, academicians and industrialists that included experts and speakers of repute. Research scholars from leading different universities around the world showed their interest for this conference. The conference was inaugurated by Mr. Atul Singh, S. P. Lokayukt, Gwalior. On this occasion Shri. Rama Shamnker Singh, Hon ble Chancellor, Dr. Daulat Singh Chauhan, Managing Director, Dr. Vanadana Kushwah, Hon ble Vice Chancellor, Dr. Omveer Singh, Registrar, Dr. Ranjeet Singh Tomar, Dean, Dr. Shyam Akashe, Dr. Sanjay Jain, Dr. Pallavi Khatri and Dr. Shashi Kant Gupta were present. Prof. N. S. Chaudhary, delivered his talk on Communication Networks. The objective this conference was to bringing together researchers, developers, and practitioners from academia and industry working in all areas of Computer Communications and Networks and to present results of ongoing research in the most state-of-the-art areas. It also provided the premier interdisciplinary forum for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, practical challenges encountered, to exchange ideas, techniques and tools, raise awareness, and share experience related to security and privacy and the solutions adopted in the field of Computer Communications and Networks. A meeting of CSI Jabalpur Chapter members was conducted by Dr. Vipin Tyagi- RVP 3 on 09 Sept at GGITS, Jabalpur to discuss the revival of the chapter. Mr. Rajneet Jain, Secretary, GGITS, Dr. Maneesh Choubey, Director- GGITS, Dr. Rajesh Pandey, RDVV, Mr. Vipin Dhaghat, Chief C&A, MPEB, Mr. Shivaji Chowdhari, MPEB, Mr. Jitendra Kulkarni, MPEB, Mr. Chetan Jaiswal, MPEB, Dr. Ajay Gupta, RDVV, Dr. Nidhi Saxena, RDVV, Mr. Chetan Jaiswal, MPEB, Dr. Neeraj Shukla, GGCT, Prof. Ashok Verma, GGITS, Prof. Ajay Lala, GGITS, Dr. Santosh Vishwakarma, GGITS, Mr. Rajesh Gupta, MPEB, Mr. Jitendra Kulkarni, MPPCTL attended the meeting. First meeting of CSI Jabalpur chapter committee members, after its revival was held on 12 Dec at GGITS, Jabalpur. Prof. Vimmi Pandey (Member, Nomination Committee), Prof. Meghna Utmal, Prof. Amit Sahu, Prof. Ashish Mishra, Prof. Jitendra Kulkarni (Treasurer), Dr. Santosh Vishwakarma (Hon. Secy.), Er. Shivaji Chaudhary (Vice Chairman), Dr. Vipin Tyagi (RVP Region III), Prof. Ashok Verma, Prof. Hare Ram Shah, Prof. Ajay Lala attended the meeting. MC members gave various suggestions to increase the activities of CSI Jabalpur chapter. Jabalpur Chapter CSI Jabalpur chapter organised an International conference on Computational Intelligence and Communication Network was organised on 12th 14th December 2015 at Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology & Sciences, Jabalpur. The conference was jointly organized with Machine Intelligence Research Labs, Gwalior and IEEE. The conference has generated widespread response across the globe Approx. 790 papers were received from various countries like USA, UAE, MALASIA, Argentina, Sri Lanka, and India. The conference was sponsored by Madhya Pradesh Council of Science and Technology (MPCST), Bhopal. The Representative from MPCST, Mr. Nipul Shalawat was present during the 32

35 51 ST Annual Report inaugural and technical session. MPCST provided the generous financial sponsorship. The support and good wishes of MPCOST elevated the spirit of the conference. The relevance of the conference was well recognised by the corporates of this field. TCS, CISCO, etc. also provided sponsorship towards this event. The Inaugural function marked the beginning of the Conference. The Chief Guest of the Inaugural Function was Dr. Dharma P. Agrawal. Dr. Ohio Board of Regents Distinguished Professor and Director, Center for Distributed and Mobile Computing, EECS Department, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH. The esteemed Guest of honour in the Inaugural Function was Mr. Arvind, Delivery Head TCS India and Dr. Vipin Tyagi, Vice President, Region III, Computer Society of India. Dr. Dharma in his inaugural speech highlighted that computational intelligence is likely to enter every field of life. Mr. Arvind from TCS said that distance of world has reduced due to communication network. Dr. Vipin Tyagi stressed that research should be towards making technology easy and society shall be benefited by the research outcomes. Shri D. C. Jain, Chairman, Gyan Ganga Group recognised the laurels brought by Indian researcher & engineers. Total 108 technical papers were presented in three days under 9 tracks. The detailed of the tracks, papers, sessions, etc. is enclosed to this report. The conference was concluded through valedictory function. Dr. Santosh Vishwakarma proposed vote of thanks. The idea & theme was appreciated by all. Udaipur Chapter Region-IV RVP-IV In this Golden Jubilee year of CSI, every Chapter of region IV need to celebrate through a series of activities. I am glad to share with you that recently the three very old chapters Jamshedpur, Raipur and Cuttack are back in action. In good old days, Jamshedpur Chapter happens to be one of the most vibrant and chapter with largest membership base in the region and being the third chapter started in the country. It became possible to revive them only with the help of sincere support of members at those locations. I am sure that they will exhibit a lot of vibrancy through variety of activities in time to come. The support of EXECOM was exemplary in this effort of mine. I am further trying to revive Bokaro, Dhanbad and Balasore Chapters with the help of local members your support is solicited. With clarion call of our dynamic Prime Minster for Digital India the responsibility of the members of this premium professional body has increased manifold. We all need to volunteer for increasing digital literacy Chapters need to organize such programs in schools in rural areas. With the help of corporate houses in the region, chapter can organize such program very effectively. The CSI election process at National level and Chapter level are going to start soon. It is my sincere appeal to all the members to participate in the process to make the chapter more vibrant. We shall participate with positive frame of mind to strengthen the professional values at Chapter and national level. CSI Constitution and Bylaws shall be followed in true spirit, so that we can take our professional body to great heights. Last but not the least, I take this opportunity to appeal all the members of this region to spare some time and contribute for chapter and regional level activities to strengthen the CSI and the Country. Computer Society of India - Udaipur chapter celebrated World Telecommunications and Information Society Day on 17th May 2015 in association with The Institution of Engineers (India) Udaipur local chapter. Prof. S. S. Sarangdevot, VC, Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, Udaipur was Chief guest and Prof. Vipin Tyagi, Jaypee University of Engineering and Technology, Guna - MP, Regional Vice President - Region 3 of Computer Society of India was guest speaker on the occasion. Er. A. S. Choondwat, Chairman, IEI, Udaipur Local Chapter, Er. M. K. Mathur, Hon. Secy., IEI,, Udaipur Local Chapter, Dr. Y. C. Bhatt, Chairman, CSI, Udaipur Chapter, Er. Amit Joshi, Hony. Secy., CSI UDaipur chapter were present the occasion. Bhilai Chapter CSI Bhilai Chapter organized a seminar on e-security on to commemorate the golden jubilee of Computer Society of India. The event was organized in association with Institution Of Engineers (India)- Bhilai Local centre at 33

36 Computer Society of India Engineers Bhawan. Shri R Sreenivasan, GM(C&IT)- Bhilai Steel Plant and Chairman CSI-Bhilai was the chief guest on this occasion. M/S Microworld gave a presentation on the theme e-security. The presentation covered subjects covering Information Security solutions that provide protection against current and evolving cyber threats. It also outlined the product portfolio which includes escan and MailScan that encompass Anti- Virus, Anti-Spyware, Content Security, Anti-Spam and Network Intrusion Prevention solutions. The program was conducted by Shri S Kar, Hon. Secretary, CSI Bhilai chapter. The program was attended by more than 100 delegates. Rourkela Chapter CSI Rourkela Chapter conducted a technical talk on High performance computing, Grid, Cluster and Cloud: an Overview on 12th May Talk was given by Prof. L. M. Patnaik who is a senior scientist and Honorary Professor of IISC, Bangalore. He covered various aspects of subject covering grid computing, cluster computing and cloud computing. He had discussed basics, uses of these technologies and its industry integration. Covering the various aspects of these technologies he had explained uses of these technologies in steel industry particularly in SAIL and how SAIL can get benefit out of it. Members of CSI Rourkela Chapter from OCL Rajgangpur, NIT Rourkela and RSP have attended the talk. CSI, Rourkela Chapter is instrumental in spreading computer awareness amongst the people in and around Rourkela for the last 3 decades. Upholding the above tradition, the Chapter conducted a written quiz Competition for the students of Class IX and X on 29th November 2015 at St. Paul s School, Rourkela. The topics covered are Computer Hardware, Programming Basics, Networking, Database and Who is Who in Computer Industry. A total of 240 Students from 17 schools participated in the competition. To encourage Computer awareness amongst the students, the Examination was held in On-Line mode(paperless) using student response system. This was widely appreciated by students as well as the teachers of the participating schools. The Topic for the elocution competition was Is online shopping a pain or gain. A total of 24 Students from 17 Schools of Class VII and VIII participated in the competition. The elocution was of very high standard, which speaks the volume of the debating quality of Rourkela students. The result was declared by the judges on the spot itself. CSI, Rourkela Chapter organised a technical talk on Privacy Preserving Data Publishing at C & IT Conference Hall of Rourkela Steel Plant on 8th Aug Dr. Sathya Babu of NIT Rourkela delivered the talk. He covered various aspects of subject like data privacy, data security, biometric Industry and genetic privacy, algorithms of data privacy and publishing. He explained how data is being collected from various sources and its vulnerability during publishing of data. He has explained how data can be published with maintaining privacy of data. Members of CSI Rourkela Chapter from OCL Rajgangpur, NIT Rourkela and RSP attended the talk. Mr. Sanjoy Mohanty, Chairman CSI Rourkela welcomed the gathering and Mr. Sanjay Gautam gave vote of thanks. Mr. Biswajit Mandal coordinated the event. SI, Rourkela chapter organized a Technical talk on Wireless Communication 1G-5G: Demystified at Computer & IT Dept conference hall on 16th Dec by Prof. Sarat Kumar Patra of NIT Rourkela. Members of CSI Rourkela Chapter from OCL Rajgangpur, NIT Rourkela and RSP have attended the talk. Mr. Swaroop Panigrahi, Chairman CSI Rourkela welcomed the gathering and Mr. Sanjay Gautam gave vote of thanks. Mr. Biswajit Mandal coordinated the event. Region-V Hyderabad Chapter A report on 3rd International Conference on Innovations in 34

37 51 ST Annual Report Computer Science & Engineering (ICICSE-2015) held at Guru Nanak Institutions Technical Campus, (in collaboration with Computer Society of India, Div IV and CSI-Hyderabad) on 7-8 Aug 2015 The International Conference and Digital Engineering Centre for Offshore and Domestic Enterprises (DECODE) IT park were inaugurated by Shri K.T.Rama Rao, Hon ble Minister for IT & Panchayat Raj, Govt. of Telangana. The minister said that India was making good strides in the fields of IT & Computer Science and emphasized the need for more intensive research in these areas so that it can become number one in these fields in the world. He said that in the days to come Telangana State will occupy the prime place in IT in India and world over. In this context he mentioned that Mr. Sathya Nadendla, CEO, Microsoft who hails from India brought glory to our country. He urged the students to be innovative and congratulated Chairman - Sardar T. S. Kohli, Vice-Chairman - Mr. G. S. Kholi and the Managing - Director Dr. H. S. Saini of Guru Nanak Institutions for organizing the 3rd International Conference at GNI and opening an IT park for the benefit of students as well. The Souvenir brought out on this occasion was released by the Hon ble minister. Shri P. Mahender Reddy, Minister for Transport, Govt. of Telangana and other representatives of the people from the region participated in the inaugural function. Earlier, Mr. P. Srinivas, Consultant for GNI s IT park said that Guru Nanak Institutions IT Park (DECODE) at Guru Nanak Institutions Technical Campus was designed to provide incentives to mid-range and upcoming companies; to set up their centers here and was also intended to provide employment to passed out students and part time employment to students studying. About 6000 students attended this function. Dr. B. Veeranna, Director, GNITC proposed a vote of thanks. The plenary session of the 3rd International Conference was chaired by Mr. Lloyd Sanford, CEO, Top Blue Logistics, U.S.A. Prof. Bipin Mehta, President, Computer Society of India, Mr. Prasanth Gupta, Microsoft, Dr. Raghu Babu Reddy IIIT, Hyderabad, Mr. Ravi Shankar, IEEE, Dr. A. Govardhan, SIT, JNTU, Hyderabad as Guests of Honour. Mr. Raju Kanchibotla, Reg. Vice-President (Region-V, CSI) and Mr. K.M. Raidu, Member, MC, CSI-Hyd., and Dr. B.Veeranna, Director, GNITC, were invited guests on this occasion. Mr. Lloyd Sanford, emphasized on the role of Science and Technology and Supply Chain Management. He urged that the system should upgraded to enhance the upcoming results and affordable value change strategies and e-commerce. Prof. Bipin Mehta mentioned that innovations are a continuous process and should be encouraged for competitive advantage. Dr. A. Govardhan emphasized on the three concepts of Learn, Unlearn, and Relent. While Vol 4(2) of the Jrl. Innovations in Computer Science and Engineering (ICICSE) was released by Mr. Lloyd Sanford, Vol. 5(1) was released by Prof. Bipin Mehta, President, CSI and the Proceedings of the Conference were released by Mr. Prasanth Gupta, Microsoft. CSI ExecCom conveyed its greetings for the success of the Conference. There were about 500 delegates registered for this Conference. Dr. S. Sreenath Reddy, Principal, Guru Nanak Institute of Technology proposed a hearty vote of thanks. The valedictory Session was chaired by Mr. G. S. Kohli, Vice- Chairman and Dr. H. S. Saini, Managing Director. Dr. B. Veeranna, Director, Dr. D. D. Sarma, Co-Chair, ICICSE , Dr. Masood Ahmed & Prof. Dev Sekhar, Heads of CSE Dept.G NITC, Dr S.S.Rawat, Head, CSE, GNIT also addressed the participants. Best paper presentation awards were given to four students of various engineering colleges. Dr. Rishi Syal, Dean Academics & Training proposed a Vote of Thanks. CSI Hyderabad chapter organised a Student Branch Tech Meet on at UGC Auditorium, JNTUH, Hyderabad. Mr. K. Mohan Raidu, convener - CSI Hyderabad Chapter made a welcome address by giving a brief about various Sessions of the event at this second Student Branch Tech Meet. The event was a grand success with 300 student participants and 30 SBCs. Mr. K. Mohan Raidu has launched two programmes during the event, 1. Software Project Life Cycle Learning Initiative from CSI Hyderabad Chapter for the Students % Digital literacy Programme in an adopted Village by Each Engineering College. M.r Gautam Mahapatra, Chairman of CSI Hyderabad Chapter; Mr. Raju Kanchibotla, The Regional Vice President and Mr. C. Srinivasa Rao the State Student Coordinator participated in 35

38 Computer Society of India the event. Major General Dr. Shiva Kumar, the Chief Guest of the Event, explained the National Policy on Data Sharing and Data Access. Mr. V. Srinivasa Rao, CEO & Managing Director for BT&BT (Better Today & Better Tomorrow) and guest of honor for the event presented an invited talk on Digital Engineering powered by Digital Technologies. Prof. Venkata Ramana Reddy, Director, University Industry Interaction Center, JNTUH has mentioned that JNTUH offers Big Data Analytics as one of the electives available to students, and requested CSI to provide resources to the colleges for teaching and student project support for the electives. Mr. Srinivas Chintakindi mentioned about the paper he has published along with Mr. Balarama Varanasi, which aims to provide technology application mentoring for student chapters, and that a webinar will be conducted in near future to explain the details. Mr. Laxmi Kiran from CISCO, Bangalore clarified that hacking is generally understood as unauthorized access into a system while it is defined as determining the vulnerabilities of the information infrastructure to defend them better. Ms. Jyothi Para explained the importance of professional certifications, how they give global recognition for professional expertise. Mr. Adithya Vardhan from Verizon explained how web services and protocols support interoperability among the platforms. Mr. Srinagesh from Infosys delivered as session on industry expectations. Mr. Anoop Kumar of CDAC technologies explained the what, why, who, where, when and how of the smart cities initiative. Mr. Rayalu emphasized on the importance of entrepreneurship, and inspired the students to start a company and become job providers instead of joining the crowd as a job seeker. He expressed dismay over the fake projects of the students and requested them to take up original projects. Mr. Venkat delivered a session on SEO opportunities and explained the differences between the on page optimization and off page optimization, and inspired the youth to consider SEO careers. Mysuru Chapter of CSI Mysuru Chapter along with student members visited different parts of Mysuru city and interacted with people and informed them about CSI. Questions regarding Computers were asked to people of various age groups which consisted of high school children, medical students, retired people, house wives and engineering students. For a correct answer prizes and goodies were given. CSI Mysuru Chapter members present were Rampur Srinath - Chairman, Anita Venkatesh- Vice Chairman, Aruna Devi- Secretary, Dr. A.M. Sudhakara- Past Chairman, Venkatesh C J & Yogesh MC members. The whole event was hosted by 92.7(big) FM RJ Mr. Avinash. The Event was supported by 92.7 (big) FM and VSG Software Solutions, Mysuru. CSI Mysuru Chapter and Computer Science Division of The National Institute of Engineering, Mysuru jointly organized a Technical Talk on Aspects and Importance of Cyber Security on February 28th Prof Jerry Miller, Research coordinator, Discovery Lab and Associate Director for Renewable Energy & International Security Research, School of Computing and Information Science, Florida International University, Miami, USA delivered the talk. Prof. Jerry Spoke on one of the most problematic elements of cyber security which is quickly and constantly evolving nature of security risks. Participants from various industries and colleges of Mysuru city attended the program. Mr. Rampur Srinath, CSI-Mysuru Chapter Chairman, Mr. Venkatesh & Mr. M S Veerendra Kumar of CSI-Mysuru chapter and Dr. G Raghavendra Rao, CS Division Chairman NIE, Dr. K Raghuveer, Head, Information Science Engineering, NIE, Dr. H D Phaneendra, TEQIP Nodal Officer, NIE & M J Yogesh Coordinator, NIE and Dr. R Srinivasan, Professor, Emeritus, MSRIT, Bangalore were present at the event. Bangalore Chapter CSI, Mysuru Chapter celebrated the CSI Foundation Day on 6th March 2016 in a very innovative manner. As part of this event CSI-Mysuru Chapter organized a program to create awareness on computers and on a fly Quiz program. Members CSI Bangalore chapter and & InfoComm Bangalore International Organized a Seminar on ICT Solutions for Digital & Smart Karnataka on March 18 (Friday), The Seminar was supported by the Smart Cities India Foundation. The half Day Seminar was inaugurated by Padma Bhusan Prof. V. Rajaraman, CSI Fellow and Life Time Achievement Awardee of Computer Society of India who shared his views on The Role of Big Data Analytics in Smart Systems. Dr. A. Ravindra, past Chief Secretary of the Government of Karnataka and Chairman of the Smart Cities Foundation, spoke on The 36

39 51 ST Annual Report Needs and Challenges of Smart Cities in India. The digital transformation happening in India is one of the most exciting applications of audiovisual and information and communication technology (AV and ICT) in the world, said Mr. David Labuskes, Executive Director and CEO, InfoComm International, the trade association representing the commercial audiovisual industry worldwide supported by the Department of IT, BT & ST, Government of Karnataka, National Technological Research Organization, NTRO a Government of India Organization, and Public Sector Company ECIL of Hyderabad. There were nearly 200 delegates from industry, DRDO, PSU s and academic institutions. There were 6 sponsors from the industry such as Vmware, Chekpoint, Stratsys, Beyond Security, Luciad partnered by Ramp Technologies and Cyber Security Privacy Foundation. Dr. Anirban Basu, Vice President and President-Elect of CSI, said that there are many opportunities for organisations like CSI and InfoComm to work toward a common objective of furthering ICT benefits for society at large. CSI is very keen to associate with innovative and future technology providers who can bring positive change to the Indian education and IT environment, he said. An interactive panel discussion was organized on Opportunities for ICT development in Karnataka featuring participation of Mr. David Labuskes, Executive Director & CEO, InfoComm International, Mr. G. Prabhu, Commissioner, Belagavi City Corp., Mr. V. Krishnamurthy, Assoc. Director, NIELIT, Mr. B. Ananda Rao, Charter President, Federation of IT Dealers Associations Karnataka (FITDAK), Dr. Ravi Gupta, CEO, Elets Technomedia and Editor-in-Chief, e-gov, Mr. Arun Acharya, Digital Service Line Head Europe, Capgemini India. About 120 engineers attended the half day Seminar and found it informative. CSI Bangalore Chapter, and SCI SIG on FM and CSI SIG on IS organized 10th National Conference on IT in Defence in memory of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam - Former President of India and also Director General of DRDO at Bangalore on 12th and 13th February The Conference was a grand success with the participation of industry, representatives of armed forces at senior level, academia and top officials of DRDO. As usual DRDO has given full support to this conference by sponsoring it and with Dr. Sateesh Reddy, SA to RM as Chairman of the Advisory Committee. Besides DRDO the conference was The conference was inaugurated by Dr. K D Nayak, DG(MED &CoS) of DRDO. Professor Bipin V Mehta was the guest of honor. There was also a panel discussion and valedictory session. Mrs. Bhanumathi KS Organizing Chair ITD 2016 & Convener SIG FM and Chairperson of Bangalore Chapter delivered the welcome address to the gathering. She welcomed Dr. KD Nayak the Chief guest and Prof Bipin V Mehta President of CSI. She particularly thanked Prof. H N Mahabala, Founder member of CSI and Dr. S Ramani and Mr. M L Ravi who were the former Presidents of CSI. Then she not only welcomed all the delegates but particularly welcomed each one of the Past Chairpersons of CSI- BC who made it convenient to attend. She also welcomed Mr. MVKV Prasad Director of ADE, Mr. MZ Siddique, Director of GTRE and Dr. Bipin Shah, CEO and Chairman of Kovair. Dr. CR Chakravarthy, Co-Chairman of Advisory Committee spoke on the origin of IT for defence. He mentioned that the first conference was held in 2004 wherein there was very good response with more than 300 delegates participating in this conference. He mentioned that this has become very prestigious conference of CSI. He said that this conference brings on a single platform DRDO, all the three services, PSU s and academia to discuss the challenges of computing requirements of defence and to evolve solutions for the same. He mentioned that this conference is dedicated to the memory of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam who was the father of Indian guided missile program. He said the conference has about 6 technical tracks relevant to defence and a panel discussion on Trusted computing. He welcomed all the delegates, the Chief Guest, Dr. K D Nayak and Prof Bipin V Mehta. 37

40 Computer Society of India Dr. R K Ramanathan, Event Chair then elaborated about the event and briefly mentioned the reason behind having the conference in the memory of Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam. He briefly talked about Dr. Abdul Kalam s life story and his achievements in reaching to the Presidency and his three famous books he wrote before he became the President and how he was an inspiration to the young people and his igniting of minds. His slogan to make the country strong and secure which was the theme of the conference. He recalled his association with Dr. Kalam and Dr. Kalam s introduction of IT into the President s office. Resilience Techniques to defend Corporate Networks. Mr. Ganesh Babu, from Stratasys India spoke on 3D Printing. Mr. Ponraj was deputed from ADA to work under Kalam at Rashtrapathi Bhavan and was working with him till the time of his death. He described the Pan African Project conceived by Dr. Kalam and executed by him. It consisted of linking some 30 to 40 countries in Africa with Indian Universities for distance Education and also linking a number of superspeciality hospitals in India to provide telemedicine service to various cities and rural centres in Africa. Dr K D Nayak Director General of DRDO was the chief guest. He spoke on the theme of the conference Trusted Computing in Defence. Prof. Bipin V Mehta very much praised CSI Bangalore Chapter for holding this conference for the 10th time. He also emphasized on the need for having trusted computing in defence. Mr. Arun Narayanswamy of Vmware briefly explained on the areas on which they are working which are particular to defence. Mr. Ramandeep Singh, Senior consultant of Checkpoint said that Checkpoint has come up with new paradigm in security. Finally Mr. Chander P Mannar gave a vote of thanks to the Chief Guest and the Guest of honor, the delegates, the sponsors. There were following technical tracks 3 on the first day and 2 on the second day. There was also a panel discussion on the theme of the conference; the moderator of the panel was Mr. BS Bindhumadhava and members such as Dr. Sudarsan of ABB, Mr. Viswam of LRDE and Gp. Capt Rakesh Arora of Indian Air Force. In the first technical session, there were Keynote addresses from Mr. V Ponraj who had worked with Dr. Kalam in the President s Office and one from each of the sponsors. This session was chaired by Prof. H N Mahabala, Past President of CSI, Fellow and Founder of the CSI. Prof. Mahabala said that he is always happy to come for a seminar organized by CSI. He recalled the time when CSI was founded along with Prof. Narasimhan and Major A Balasubramanian. Major Balasubramanian passed away just about a month ago. Mr. Arun Narayanswamy, of Vmware spoke on Role of Infrastructure in Trusted Computing. Mr. Ramandeep Singh Senior consultant of Checkpoint spoke on Using Cyber The 2nd technical session was held on Hardware and software security. In this session Smt. Kamini Malhotra from SAG, Major Megha Mohanan from Directorate of Information systems in the army and Mr. Prasanna J of Cyber Security spoke on the latest security threats and attacks. The 3rd technical session was held on IOT. Smt. Subha Easwaran from BEL, Mr. Ravi Prakash A from Beyond Security spoke on the development efforts involved with defence. The 4th technical session was held on Collaborative Engineering. Smt. Sushma Verma from SAG, Mr. Suresh Kumar from ADA, and Dr. Yogananada Jeppu from Honeywell spoke on formal methods pertaining to defence. 5th technical session was on Data Analysis and Security. In this session Dr. Narayan Panigrahi from CAIR, Dr. Sudarsan P from ABB and Cmde (retd). PC Gulati from RAMP Technologies spoke on their association with different projects with defence. A panel discussion was held on the theme of the conference Trusted Computing in Defence. The moderator was Mr. BS Bindhumadhava Associate director of CDAC. Dr. P Sudarsan, 38

41 51 ST Annual Report Gp Capt Rakesh Arora and Mr. Viswam from LRDE were the other panelists. The valedictory session was preceded by Dr. CR Chakravarthy. Mrs. KS Bhanumathi, Dr. RK Ramanathan, Mr. Chander P Mannar and Mr. BG Satish took part. Dr CR Chakravarthy said the conference was a grand success. He was happy that nearly 200 delegates took part and that conference was well supported by the various sponsors from the industry. Visakhapatnam Chapter At a grand function held at ZP High School, Thotada, Munagapaka Mandal Vizag District, AP, Sri DN Rao, Director (Operations), Visakhapatnam Steel Plant &Vice Chairman, CSI- Visakhapatnam Chapter inaugurated Smart Computer Lab on 15-Mar-2016, which was provided by CSI-Visakhapatnam Chapter to impart IT knowledge to the young students of the school. CSI - Visakhapatnam chapter has taken up this event by adopting a remote Government school for promoting I T among the student community. Thotada ZP High School stands first rank in the Munagapaka Mandal and has a strength of 500 students. Last year One Girls High school was adopted to provide the smart lab benefiting around 850 Girl Students. The program started by garlanding the Mahatma Gandhi statue, Vivekananda statue, Saraswathi statue etc. Later the Smart lab for better tomorrow was inaugurated by Chief Guest Sri DN Rao, Director (Operations), Visakhapatnam Steel Plant. The Facilities provided in the lab was explained by Sri Y Satya Narayana. Sri DN Rao expressed confidence that the students would make best use of the excellent facilities provided by CSI chapter for their better future. Sri DN Rao assured further assistance on behalf of CSI to provide the maintenance of the systems and Internet service by one more year. As part of this, CSI-Visakhapatnam Chapter has provided IT infrastructure like Personal Computers, Printer, Scanner, Projector etc. along with internet for the benefit of the students who so far did not have such facility. Speaking on the occasion, the villagers thanked Sri DN Rao and CSI-Visakhapatnam Chapter for giving the best IT facilities to the school located in a remote village. They felicitated Sri DN Rao on behalf of the villagers to express their sincere thanks and affection.guest of Honor Sri KVSS Rajeswara Rao have appealed to the students the make best use of the facilities provided. Earlier Sri Y Madhusudana Rao, Secretary, CSI Visakhapatnam Chapter welcomed the gathering. Secretary CSI Visakhapatnam Chapter explained to the students about Computer Society of India and its various activities in the society and also highlighted the focus on the Student fraternity. Sri Y. Satyanarayana, Treasurer, CSI- Visakhapatnam Chapter proposed the vote of thanks. Concluding the function, Students of the school performed various cultural programs. Munagapaka ZPTC, MPP, MPTC, Sarpanch, Dy.DEO, Head Master of the school, hundreds of villagers, students have participated in the program and appreciated the efforts put by CSI Visakhapatnam Chapter. Local Press and media publicized the event in a big way. CSI, Visakhapatnam Chapter conducted CSI-WIZKID QUIZ Competition on 28th Jan., 2016 at Ukku Club, Ukkunagaram, Visakhapatnam to bring IT awareness among the school children of class VIII to X. Invitation was given to all the Schools in and around Visakhapatnam. Online registration was provided to enroll the students in the Quiz with no entry fees. Around 180 teams (Each team has 3 students) from 42 schools have participated in the Quiz. Total gathering was about 600 including faculty. Sri Sabyasachi pani, DGM (TPP), Visakhapatnam Steel plant was the Quiz master. Vice Chairman, CSI, Visakhapatnam Chapter, Sri D N RAO, Director (Operations), RINL has inaugurated the program by lighting up the lamp. The Quiz was conducted in three phases. The first phase is preliminary one and it s like a written test. Top 12 teams were selected for next phase i.e. Semi finals. Two semi finals were conducted with six teams each. Three teams from each semi final were selected for final phase of the Quiz. In the finals, six teams were participated and three prizes viz. Winners, 1st Runner Up, 2nd Runner up were announced by the Quiz Master. Chapter Chairman & Vice Principal AUCE, Prof P S Avadhani distributed cash awards and prizes to all the winning teams. Cash award worth was distributed to winners. Winners are Rohit Mishra, vipul shukla, dena tatha malik all X class of Navy children School. 1st runner up Ankit Biswas, Pratik Utham, Anshuman Panda all 9th class of DPS Ukkunagaram. 2nd runner up B. Sai Rohit Reddy, U Amogh, K Arun Teja all X class of Sri Prakash Vidya Nikethan. Participation certificates were also issued to all the participant students in the Quiz. Secretary, CSI, Visakhapatnam Chapter, Sri Y Madhusudana Rao, AGM (IT), Vizag Steel, has taken the program to greater heights. Program Convener Dr B G Reddy, DGM (IT) with coordinators Sri S Gopal, AGM (IT), and Sri B V Vijaya Kumar AGM(ERP) organized the event in a big way. Continuing the last year WIZKID QUIZ in Visakhapatnam, the chapter conducted the Quiz with no registration fee as it is a 39

42 Computer Society of India non-profit professional body. Parents and school principals appreciated the organizers for conducting a grand quiz program with huge participation of students. Sri P S Avadhani, Chairman, CSI, Visakhapatnam Chapter & Vice principal AU, Engineering college, Sri KVSS Rajeswara Rao, GM(IT) have graced the occasion. Treasurer, Sri Y Satyanarayana, AGM(MM), proposed the vote of thanks. Chapter Chairman & Vice Principal AUCE, Prof P S Avadhani distributed cash awards and prizes to all the winning teams. Vice Chairman, CSI, Visakhapatnam Chapter, Sri D N RAO, Director (Operations), RINL has inaugurated the program by lighting up the lamp. CSI Visakhapatnam Chapter has celebrated 51st foundation celebrations of CSI by conducting different techno and social activities in Visakhapatnam. It has taken CSI s name into public and industry to the great extent. various measures being taken up by CSI Visakhapatnam Chapter in promoting IT. Sri Suman Das Head of Department (Information Technology), Several Senior officials of VSP have graced the occasion. Region-VI Goa Chapter CSI Goa Chapter in collaboration with Dept. of CSE, Goa University and Saraswat Vidyalaya s Sridora Caculo College of Commerce & Management Studies, Mapusa conducted a one-day workshop on Course Design and Pedagogy for Introductory Programming on 6th February 2016 at the Saraswat College under the Continuing Education Programme of IIT Bombay for the benefit of teachers of Higher Secondary, Undergraduate and Post-graduate courses in Computer Science & Engineering. IT Department, Visakhapatnam Steel Plant and Computer Society of India Visakhapatnam Chapter collectively organized a technical talk on Mobile Hacking & Counter Measures on Saturday at ED(W) Main conference hall. Sri R. Nagarajan, Executive Director (Services)-RINL, Chief Guest of the function inaugurated the technical talk. Speaking on the occasion Sri Nagarajan highlighted the need for taking sufficient precautions while using the smart mobiles. He lauded the efforts of Computer society of India Visakhapatnam Chapter in association with IT Department for conducting a very useful technical talk in this direction. He appreciated CSI Visakhapatnam Chapter for its initiative for promoting IT in various walks of the life, especially in the remote areas. Delivering the technical talk the main speaker Sri K. Anand, Certified EC-Council Instructor, PMP, ITIL (ITIL, formerly known as the Information Technology Infrastructure Library, is a set of practices for IT Service Management (ITSM) that focuses on aligning IT services with the needs of business.) During an enthusiastic interactive session, Sri Anand clarified an array of queries raised by VSP Officials. Sri KVSS Rajeswara Rao, GM (IT & ERP), presented a memento to Sri Anand. In his welcome address Sri Y. Madhusudana Rao, AGM (IT), Vizag Steel & Secretary, CSI, Visakhapatnam Chapter highlighted Prof. Abhiram Ranade, IIT-Bombay was the resource person. Prof. Ranade provided insights into the pedagogical approach adopted at IIT Bombay and other premier engineering institutions in teaching introductory computer programming. He conducted a hands-on session on Simplecpp, a graphics package. CSI Goa Chapter in collaboration with Department of Computer Science & Technology (DCST), Goa University organized a four day workshop titled Programming with Scratch during the Diwali vacations. The objective of the workshop was to introduce computer programming concepts to Secondary school students of Classes VI to IX. The workshop was held from 18 to 21 November 2015 at Don Bosco College, Panjim. Fifteen students from various schools in and around Panjim participated in the workshop and learnt to create interactive games, stories and school assignments using Scratch, a software developed by Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab. Mrs. Shailaja Sardessai, Secretary, CSI Goa Chapter planned and coordinated the event. Student volunteers from M.Tech, DCST, Goa University viz. Ms. Priya Lotilker, Ms. Ulfa Khwaja, Ms. Rumana Pathan, 40

43 51 ST Annual Report Mr. Gaurang Bane and Mr. Akshay Dalvi conducted the training and Lab sessions. The workshop concluded with a Prize Distribution ceremony graced by Dr. V. V. Kamat, Professor & Head, DCST, Goa University and a CSI Life Member and by Rev Fr. Wilfred Fernandes, Manager, Don Bosco Institutions. Participants displaying creativity and problem-solving skills overall were awarded Certificates of Excellence. Three toppers each in the 2 groups Class VI & VII and Class VIII & IX were awarded prizes for design of an original game as the final project. All students were given Participation Certificates. Mumbai Chapter The conference inauguration started on Day 1 with condolences to the departed souls; - Late Shri. Hemant Sonawala (Past President and Fellow of CSI); Late Dr. S. B. Patel (Retired Professor and Head Physics Dept.) and Late Smt. Dr. Rita Gharade (Associate Professor, Physics Dept.) The audience was addressed by Guest of Honour Dr. Sanjay Deshmukh Vice Chancellor of University of Mumbai who stressed on initiative taken by University in area of skill development to fulfil the vision of Smart India. He also shared other initiatives taken by university in area of elearning, smart classrooms etc. This was followed by address of Chief Guest Shri. J. Satyanarayana Former IT Secretary of Govt of India and Advisor to Govt of Andhra Pradesh. Dr. Smt. Anuradha Mishra, HOD of Physics, University of Mumbai delivered the vote of thanks. Day 2 started with address by Chief Guest Dr. Pallab Saha, Chief Enterprise Architect (Govt & Public Sector) at Wipro Academy followed by Keynote address of Ms. Ranjana Narawane MD, Accenture and Mr. Nitin Sawant Lead of Advance technology and Architecture. The topics of both discussions were Smart Cities. Computer Society of India Mumbai chapter organised its Annual Technology Conference in association with Department of Physics, University of Mumbai, title IT Challenges for Smart India at Green Technology Auditorium, University of Mumbai, Kalina Campus on Jan 21, 22nd The key highlight of the conference was felicitation of Dr. F C Kohli Age 92 Founder as well as fellow of CSI and also founder CEO of TCS on Day 2 of the conference. Dr. Kohli was honoured with a shawl, coconut and citation as per tradition, by Prof. Dr. Sureshchandra J. Gupta: Chairman of CSI Mumbai Chapter. Dr. F. C. Kohli addressed the audience as well as responded to their questions. His stressed on promoting computer education to the broader rural audience especially non English speaking people. The general technology sessions were on topics Financial Inclusion, IT 4 IT, Security and Smart Cities. The invited talks were on :- 1) Rural Banking and Priority Sector by Mr. Manoj 41

44 Computer Society of India Rawat, RBL Bank 2) IT4IT by Ms Lakshmi Malhotra, Accenture and Mr. Sukumar Daniel, Action Research Foundation. 3) Cyber Security by Adv Rohas Nagpal, President Asian School of CyberLaws, Mr. K K Mookhey, Founder and CEO of IIS Infotech and Adv Prashant Mali, Cyber Laws Expert 4) Car Hacking Demo by Rohan Patil of Vista Infosec 5) Business Opportunity for the security industry : Ms. See Lay Eng MP International, Singapore 6) Smart Cities discussion by Mr. Lux Rao, CTO of HPE and Ms. Sanjivani Rungta of CISCO. There were sponsored sessions by Accenture, NxtGen Datacenter, Fortinet, Contact Singapore, Tata Teleservices, The Open Group and Vodafone. Apart from speaker slots, the sponsors had booths where they could interact with delegates and present their offerings. Overall we saw 300 delegates attend the session and general feedback was largerly positive. Members from the various CSI student branches worked actively while during the conference. Nagpur Chapter CSI Nagpur Chapter organized a two days National level Technical Symposium POLARIS-2k16 with Computer Science & Engineering Department of Shri. Ramdeobaba College of Engg & Management, Nagpur on 29th and 30th Jan The chief guest of the event was Mr. Amit Kale Director Engineering, Globallogic India Pvt. Ltd. Total 1200 people participated from all over the region. Highlighting Events were Project Competition, Coding Contest, Password cracking competition, Personality contest and two days pre workshops from 27th to 28th Jan 2016 on Android, Sales force- mobile and Cloud, Fun with MATLAB for UG and PG students. Prof. Dr. S S Sane, Regional Vice president for CSI Region VI (Maharashtra & Goa) visited and attended the AGM of CSI Nagpur chapter at VNIT Nagpur on 22nd July Members present for the meeting and the RVP VI requested Prof. Dr. N S Chaudhary, Director VNIT Nagpur to take charge of CSI Nagpur chapter. Prof. N S Chaudhary shared his memorable events with CSI in the past and accepted request. He and RVP VI appealed all members from Nagpur to organize useful activities such as seminars, workshops, conferences for both the professionals and students. It was also decided that the persons from managing committee of CSI Nagpur to visit various student branches in and around Nagpur to spread awareness of CSI and encourage students and professionals to join CSI. Prof. Dr. S R Sathe, Dr. Ms. Manali Kshirsagar, Prof. Deepti Shrimankar, Prof. V P Mahatme, Prof. Manoj Bramhe, Mr. Rahul Gade, Persistent systems, Nagpur, Prof. Ms. Shital Raut, Poonam Sharma, VNIT Nagpur were nominated to work as OBs, NC and MC of CSI Nagpur. The meeting ended with vote of thanks. Prof. Dr. N S Choudhary, Director, VNIT, Nagpur, Prof. Dr. S S Sane, RVP CSI Region VI, Prof. Manoj Bramhe, Mr. Rahul Gade, Persistent systems, Nagpur, Prof. Dr. S R Sathe, Dr. Ms. Manali Kshirsagar, Prof. Deepti Shrimankar, Prof. V P Mahatme, Prof. Balvir, Prof. Ms. Shital Raut, Poonam Sharma and others during AGM Nashik Chapter Information Technology Day 2015 The Nashik chapter celebrated Information Technology Day on 16th March This is an annual event of the chapter. On this occasion a program full of activities like lectures, seminars, felicitations and awards to academic achievements and competition winners was arranged. The program was conducted at Shankaracharya Kurtakoti auditorium. Industrialist, representatives of professional organisations, IT professionals, Principals of colleges, students participated in the program with lot of enthusiasm. The chapter on this occasion of Golden Jubilee brought a special edition of newsletter ACCESS 42

45 51 ST Annual Report The release was followed by felicitation of these IT professionals namely Shri Piyush Somani MD and CEO ESDS softwares, Suchit Tiwari chairman of Cognifront, Joy Aloor CEO Fox controls, Rohit Kulkarni of Neumann systems, Rajiv Papneja from ESDS, Gunwant Battase of Nebula studios, Pramod Gaikwad of Silicon Valley, Mrs. Bhagyashree Kenge of Cyberedge systems and Ruturaj Kohok of Nethority. Some of the professionals could not make it to the program due to their other occupancies away from Nashik. Shri Chintawar credited everyone from CSI for wonderful journey of fifty years and achieving great success. He was amazed by the fact that the society is managed by volunteers and making a substantial impact for IT professional and government initiatives like e-governance. Touching upon the present drives like digital India, he opined that for nation to become successful it is essential to be spiritual, herbal and digital. He expressed confidence that India has got all the three. Nashik has already initiated to make this happen from an IT enabled Kumbhamela with spiritual and herbal essence. Solapur Chapter A seminar on Indian Railways Signal and Telecommunications by Shri Hemant Kulkarni, Sr. Engineer, Indian Railways, Solapur Division on 24 / 06 / A seminar on Digital India by Shri. Rohit Jagtap was conducted on 29 / 07 / 2015 Region-VII Chennai Chapter A presentation on Enjoying Life with Abundant Happiness by Mr K Adhivarahan, Psychological counselor was organized jointly with IEEE-CS, IEEE-PCS and CSI Chennai Chapter on June 20, 2016 at CSI Education Directorate, Taramani, Chennai. The 3rd National Conference on Recent Advances in Computing and Communications was organised by the Computer Science and Computer Applications Department of Shri Shankarlal Sundarbai Shasun Jain College for Women in association with CSI Chennai Chapter on 14th October 2015 in the college premises. Mr. M. Vairavel Chandrasekaran (Director, Planning and Governance, Business Technology, Computer Science Corporation) was the Chief Guest for the inauguration.he enlightened the audience by the informative address. Mr. H. R. Mohan (Past president of CSI and Chair IEEE CS), Dr. T. Venugopal, Dr. Komathi (Professor, School of Computer Science, Hindustan University) delivered the special talk during the session. Participants from various city colleges in and around Chennai presented papers in Recent Advances in Computing and Communications.Mr. Murugan Kuppusamy (Service Delivery manager, Computer Science Corporation) graced the valediction An Exhibition-cum-Seminar on Technology, Software Distribution for High Performance Computing was organized jointly with Russian Centre of Science and Culture Chennai, Indo-Russian IT Association, and IEEE Computer Society Madras Chapter, on Oct 27th 2015 at the Russian Centre of Science and Culture, Chennai. A presentation on Trends & Ideas for Tech Entrepreneur by Mr Dorai Thodla, Serial entrepreneur was organized by Computer Society of India, Chennai Chapter, IEEE CS, IEEE PCS on January 23, 2016 at CSI Education Directorate, Taramani, Chennai. A workshop-cum-presentation on Half day program on Architecting Software by Mr S Prithviraj Ind. Tech. Strategist was organized jointly with IEEE Computer Society, IIT Madras Alumni Association, Chennai Chapter, on March 26, 2016 at CSI Education Directorate, Taramani, Chennai. Vellore chapter CSI Vellore Chapter organized a one day workshop on Green Software Development on at VIT University. Mr. Ramalingam. R, CEO, Green India Equipment Limited, Chennai covered Introduction software development models, software design models with emphasis on green computing design models, coding models around 30 faculty members attended the workshop, organized by Prof. G. Jagadeesh and Prof. K. Govinda. 43

46 Computer Society of India CSI Vellore Chapter organized a two day s workshop on Open Source Data Mining Tool R on and at VIT University. Mr. Kumar Utsav Senior Business Analyst from Antuit India Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore covered Introduction R software, working with R console, basic statistical approach and data mining techniques like classification, clustering and text mining models around 45 faculty members attended the workshop, organized by Prof. G. Jagadeesh and Prof. K. Govinda. The CSI Vellore Chapter and Student Branch organized a technical coding competition called Yuvana, on 11th August, 2015 at the Silver Jubilee Tower, VIT University. The event comprised of three rounds where the participants had to code and perform certain tasks. Participants in teams of two participated in all the rounds - a coder & a expert-coder per team, working in tandem. Around 120 students participated in the event; prizes were distributed to winners by Prof. Govinda. K, RVP VII. CSI Vellore Chapter organized a panel discussion on Digital India on as a part of CSI foundation day. The moderator for this panel discussion is RVP VII, all the members are actively participated in the panel discussion and discussed about digital India, clean India, startup India, standup India, Make in India, reform to transform and different schemes of our Hon. Prime Minister designed for the development of India. CSI Vellore Chapter organized a Guest Lecture on Innovation and Knowledge Management on K. Subramanian, Ex-director from IGNOU explained about new innovations in IT and how knowledge management is helpful for organizations. This event was coordinated by Prof. G. Jagadeesh, Prof. K. Govinda and Dr. S. Arun Kumar around 150 participants attended the guest lecture. CSI Vellore Chapter organized a guest lecturer on Recent Trends in Computer Science on at VIT University. Dr. Anirban Basu, Vice-President Elect cum President, CSI covered Introduction computing, different paradigm shift in computing and explained in detail about IOT, Big Data, around 45 students attended the guest lecture, the Vice President met the OB s of Vellore chapter and motivated them to increase the membership base and event is organized by Prof. G. Jagadeesh and Prof. K. Govinda A one day workshop on Basic Photography Techniques on at VIT University, Vellore. Mr. Satishkumar. G., Design Animator, Cool Animations, Vellore, explained the different photography techniques. Around 35 participants attended 44

47 51 ST Annual Report the workshop organized by Prof. G. Jagadeesh and Prof. K. Govinda. A one day workshop on Insight of Data Analytics on at VIT University, Vellore. Mr. Nikhil Dokania, Senior Business Analyst from Antuit India Pvt. Ltd, Bangalore covered Introduction to data analytics and explained differ approaches in machine learning like association rule mining, clustering and classification used for business intelligence applications and his experience working on different verticals like healthcare, retail, insurance and supply chain management, demonstrated with demo on all the verticals using business intelligence tools to extract the business data. Around 90 participants attended the workshop organized by Prof. G. Jagadeesh and Prof. K. Govinda. CSI Vellore Chapter organized a one day guest lecturer in Research directions in Internet of Things and Big Data Analytics on at VIT University. Mr. Ravi. B, CEO, Vishal Telecommunications Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore covered Introduction IOT and big data and discussed about the research issues in internet of things and big data above topics round 45 faculty members attended, organized by Prof. G. Jagadeesh and Prof. K. Govinda CSI Vellore Chapter organized a guest lecturer in Applications of Sensors in IOT on at VIT University. Prof. Narayanamoorthy, Assistant Professor(SG), VIT University, Vellore covered Introduction session on IOT, explained different types of sensors and their applications, demonstrated the wearable sensors used in healthcare domain 45 students attended the workshop, organized by Prof. G. Jagadeesh and Prof. K.Govinda. Tiruchirappalli Chapter The Computer Society of India Tiruchirappalli Chapter organized an International Workshop on Image Processing Research with MATLAB on 31st July & 1st August 2015 in Technical Collaboration with the IEEE Podhigai Sub-section and IEEE Signal Processing / Computational Intelligence / Computer Joint Societies Chapter (SIPCICOM) of Madras Section at Bharathidasan University Technology Park (BUTP), Khajamalai Campus, Tiruchirappalli , Tamil Nadu. Dr. Gopinath Ganapathy, Convener of the Workshop and Director, Bharathidasan University Technology Park, Tiruchirappalli inaugurated the workshop on the first day and delivered the keynote address. In his talk, he said that image processing is considered to be one of the most rapidly evolving areas of research and technology today with growing applications in almost all disciplines. Medical image analysis, computer vision, satellite image processing, document image analysis, biometrics, remote sensing, space exploration, etc. were some of the applications of Image Processing, he mentioned. Earlier, Dr. T. Abdul Razak, Organizing Secretary of the Workshop and Secretary, CSI Tiruchirappalli Chapter welcomed the gathering. He also introduced the resource person to the participants. Dr. Justin Varghese, Associate Professor, College of Computer Science, King Khalid University, Abha, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, assisted by Mr. Omer Bin Hussain, and Mr. Mohammed Riazuddin, both lecturers from the same university conducted the workshop on both days. The workshop consisted of six sessions including extensive hands-on training on various exercises using Matlab. The major topics covered during these sessions include - Image Processing Applications and Areas, Enhancement in Spatial domain, Filtering, Image Restoration, Image Transforms, Image Enhancement in Frequency domain, Image Compression, Segmentation, Representation, Recognition and Research Methodology in Image Processing. The Valedictory function was held at the end of the second day at 5:30 p.m. Er. G.S. Raghunathan, Chairman, CSI- Tiruchirappalli Chapter presided over the function. Dr. S. Ravimaran, Vice Chairman, CSI-Tiruchirappalli Chapter distributed the certificates to participants. Er. N. Rajasekaran, 45

48 Computer Society of India Treasurer, CSI-Tiruchirappalli Chapter proposed a vote of thanks. Around 70 participants including faculty members, research scholars and PG students both from India and abroad attended the workshop. They actively interacted with the resource person and derived benefits from the workshop. The success of the workshop was clearly evident from the feedback given by most of the participants during the valediction. Trivandrum Chapter 1. CSI - IT Mission Talk Series Computer Society of India, Trivandrum Chapter and Kerala State IT Mission jointly organized CSI - IT Mission Talk Series which contains 5 Technical talks relevant to Common Public with the sponsorship of Canara Bank. The talks series were held at Lions Hall, Lions Club Building, Jawahar Nagar, Thiruvananthapuram as detailed below: a) Inauguration of CSI-IT Mission Talk Series and Panel Discussion on Will Net Neutrality be a Reality (8 May 2015) b) CSI-IT Mission Talk on Computers in Drug Design (22 May 2015) by Dr. Achuthsankar S. Nair, Head, Department of Computational Biology and Bioinformatics & Director, Quality Assurance Cell, University Kerala. c) CSI-IT Mission Talk on Media & Information Technology A Holistic Approach (5 June 2015) by Mr. S. Biju, Assistant Executive Editor, Asianet News. Mr. Vishnukumar S, Secretary, CSI Trivandrum Chapter welcomed the gathering. The talk was attended by 23 participants from different organizations and educational institutions. Mr. Basanth Kumar B.S., Secretary, Trivandrum Management Association proposed the vote of thanks. d) CSI-IT Mission Talk on e-governance and Common Man (24 June 2015) by Dr. Nirmala Padmanabhan, Associate Professor, St. Theresa s College. Shri. P. H. Kurian IAS, Principal Secretary, Department of IT, Government of Kerala delivered the keynote address on the topic. e) CSI-IT Mission Talk on Support of IT in the Growth of Indian Art & Culture (10 July 2015) by Dr. Rajashree Warrier, Director, UTTARIKA, Centre for Performing Arts. 2. Technical talk on Managing Expectations (17 June 2015) by Mr. Manikantan O.S., Vice President, Envestnet Inc. Thiruvananthapuram 3. Technical talk on Internet of Everything (1 July 2015) by Mr. Srinivasan Ravindarn, Sr. Consultant, ICFOSS, Govt. of Kerala 4. National workshop on Digital Forensics Foundation, Frontiers and Challenges (15 July 2015) in association with Kerala State IT Mission, ICFOSS Government of Kerala and Kerala State Council for Science, Technology and Environment was organized at Mascot Hotel Thiruvananthapuram. The lead resource person of the Workshop was Dr. K. Rama Subramaniam, Group CEO of Valiant Technologies Group with offices in India, Sri Lanka, UAE and Mauritius. He is the current Global Chair of International Institute of Certified Forensic Investigation Professionals, Inc. (IICFIP) and serves on the board of Information Security & Digital Forensics Research Foundation, USA (ISDFRF). In connection with the Golden Jubilee Celebrations, CSI Trivandrum Chapter has instituted CSI Golden Jubilee e-governance Awards Kerala during the year 2015.The Award Distribution Ceremony was held on 25th November 2015 at 5:00 pm at Vivanta By Taj, Thiruvananthapuram. Shri.Ramesh Chennithala, Hon ble Minister for Home and Vigilance, Government of Kerala inaugurated the Golden Jubilee Celebrations and the e-governance Award Distribution ceremony. Shri. P. H. Kurian IAS, Principal Secretary, IT Department, Government of Kerala delivered the keynote address and special address by Mr. G. C. Gopala Pillai, Managing Director, KINFRA. Mr. Satish Babu, Chairman Award Jury, declared the award results. Mr. Krishnamurty, Chairman, Valiant Technologies, UAE and Mr. Mohammed Y Safirulla IAS, Director, Kerala State IT Mission delivered the felicitation speech. Earlier Mr. Sreekanth P. Krishnan, Chairman, CSI Trivandrum Chapter delivered the welcome speech and Mr. 46

49 51 ST Annual Report Vishnukumar S, Secretary CSI Trivandrum Chapter proposed the Vote of Thanks. During the ceremony CSI Trivandrum Chapter Golden Jubilee Souvenir was released. Chapter honoured the veterans of CSI Trivandrum Chapter during the function. Following awards have been distributed during the ceremony. 1. CSI-Valiant e-governance Award Thulasi One Time Registration for Candidates by Kerala Public Service Commission, Govt. of Kerala CSI-Valiant Runner-up Award: e-treasury by Department of Treasuries, Govt. of Kerala CSI-Valiant e-governance Sustenance Award e-transport by Motor Vehicles Department, Govt. of Kerala CSI-Valiant e-governance Special Jury Award: PRICE PRoject Information and Cost Estimation by Public Works Department, Govt. of Kerala CSI-Valiant e-governance Special Jury Award e-abacus Enhanced Accounting, Billing and Collection Utility System by Kerala Water Authority 2. CSI-ICFOSS Open Source Award IDEAS Information and Data Exchange Advanced System by National Informatics Centre, Kerala State Unit, Govt. of India 3. CSI-Valiant e-governance Promotion Award Kerala State IT Mission 4. CSI-Valiant e- Governance Promoter Award Dr. Nirmala Padmanabhan, Head, Department of Economics, St. Teresa s College, Eranakulam. 5. CSI Student Excellence Awards 1. Ms. Devika S, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam 2. Ms. Soorya V Nair, Govt. Engineering College, Barton Hill, Thiruvananthapuram 3. Ms. Ruhin Mary Saji, Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Nooranad, Alappuzha 4. Mr. Gowtham M, SCT College of Engineering Thiruvananthapuram In connection with the Golden Jubilee Celebrations, CSI Trivandrum Chapter organized an International Colloquium on Information Security in e-governance on 25th November 2015 at Vivanta By Taj, Thiruvananthapuram. Mr. Krishnamurty, Chairman, Valiant Technologies, UAE inaugurated the Colloquium. Mr. Ramani B. Executive Director, C-DAC and Dr. K. Rama Subramaniam, Global Chair, International Institute for certified Forensic Professionals (IICFIP) and Group CEO, Valiant Technologies LLC(UAE), Board Member ISDFRF,USA chaired the colloquim sessions. Dr. C. L. Ramakrishnan, IPS (Retd.) Director General of Police,Tamilnadu, Formerly Director of Vigilance & Anti- Corruption, Govt. of Tamil Nadu, Prof. Prabath Lakmal Rupasinghe, MBA(Sri.J),BSC(IT), CISA, CISSP,MBCS MIEEE, MCSSSL, MIET, Professor, Srilanka Institute of Information Technology, Colombo, Srilanka, Mr. Bhadran V. K., Associate Director, Cyber Forensic, C-DAC and Mr. Sabarish K., Senior Scientist (E2), Head Information Systems Division, Kerala State Council for Science Technology and Environment were the speakers. 47

50 Computer Society of India Division's Events Division-I CSI Golden Jubilee National Student Convention CSI Golden Jubilee National Student Convention was organized at GLA University, Mathura organized on March 12-13, 2016, in association with Computer Society of India, Mathura Chapter, Region-1 & Division-1 in which more than twenty institutions from Agra, Mathura, Aligarh, NCR Region other states such as Rajasthan participated. Convention was inaugurated by Vice Chancellor Prof. Durg Singh Chauhan, Pro-Vice Chancellor Prof. A.M. Agarwal, Director Prof. Anoop Kumar Gupta, Head of the Department CEA Prof. Anand Singh Jalal, Chairman of CSI Mathura Chapter & Convener of Convention Prof. Dilip Kumar Sharma and Chief guest Prof. M.N.Hoda, Director of Bhartiya Vidyapeeth Institute of Computer Applications and Management, New Delhi lightened the lamp before the idol of Goddess Saraswati and source of inspiration to many Shree Ganeshilal Agarwal. After that Vice Chancellor, GLA University Prof. Durg Singh Chauhan talked about IT industry in a way that today IT industry with the IT enthusiasts share their knowledge and exchange ideas in the direction of the growth of this emerging sector and hence CSI playing a key role in fulfilling the social responsibilities by guiding and helping student in the field of computer education for research and development. Chief guest Prof. M. N. Hoda addressed the members and participants and emphasized the need to learn from failures instead of getting distraught. Pro-Vice Chancellor and 48 Convention Chairperson Prof. A.M. Agarwal motivated the students to show participation in such activities and wished them for the bright future. Head of Department CEA & Organizing Chairperson Prof. Anand Singh Jalal introduced the theme of the event to all the participants and also underscored the vision that CSI holds and its mission. Also GLA Alumni Kumar Dharmendra B.Tech CSE 2013 batch who was the Guest of honor for the event was awarded for his excellent performance as he got 21st Rank in UPPCS Exam. Vote of thanks was given by Chairman CSI Mathura Chapter, Convener & Program Committee Chairperson of convention organized, Prof. Dilip Kumar Sharma. Prof. Sharma also gave the seminar on the convention theme Digital India. He shared the information about the prevailing digital age and ways to communicate across the globe by incorporating technologies and coordination of the next generation altogether by generating innovative ideas. Also ways to connect people on the strength of human values not identities In this Computer Society of India 50th National Student Convention twenty events including Expert talk on Digital India, Seminar on Digital India, Technical Paper Presentation, Robowar, Technical Quiz, Bug it out, Project Expo, Website Designing, Cook the Query, CPU Assembling, Multimedia Quiz, PCM interrogation, Chess (Brain Game), Clix, Treasure Hunt, GLA s Got Talent, LAN Gaming, Dancing, Singing, Music were organized and over 1000 participants showed active participation. The event was successfully winded up by giving away trophies and certificates to winners and participants and to student and faculty coordinators for their crucial role played in organizing the convention. Presence of Deepak Mangal, Saurabh Singhal, Deepali Singh, Rakesh Kumar Galav, Nitin Tyagi, Neeraj Varshney, Ashish

51 51 ST Annual Report Sharma, Narendra Mohan Sharma, Manoj Kumar, Praveen Mittal, Saurabh Anand, Nikhil Govil, Rahul Pradhan, Kailash Kumar and students including Keshav Goyal, Manuj Mittal, Nishant Kumar, Tejaswi Sharma, Kapil Agarwal etc. was also marked. CSI DIV-IV (Communications) A report on 3 rd International Conference on Innovations in Computer Science & Engineering (ICICSE-2015) held at Guru Nanak Institutions Technical Campus, (in collaboration with Computer Society of India, Div. IV and CSI-Hyderabad) on 7-8 Aug The International Conference and Digital Engineering Centre for Offshore and Domestic Enterprises (DECODE) IT park were inaugurated by Shri K.T.Rama Rao, Hon ble Minister for IT & Panchayat Raj, Govt. of Telangana. The minister said that India was making good strides in the fields of IT & Computer Science and emphasized the need for more intensive research in these areas so that it can become number one in these fields in the world. He said that in the days to come Telangana State will occupy the prime place in IT in India and world over. In this context he mentioned that Mr. Sathya Nadendla, CEO, Microsoft who hails from India brought glory to our country. He urged the students to be innovative and congratulated Chairman - Sardar T. S. Kohli, Vice-Chairman - Mr. G. S. Kholi and the Managing - Director Dr. H. S. Saini of Guru Nanak Institutions for organizing the 3rd International Conference at GNI and opening an IT park for the benefit of students as well. The Souvenir brought out on this occasion was released by the Hon ble minister. Shri P. Mahender Reddy, Minister for Transport, Govt. of Telangana and other representatives of the people from the region participated in the inaugural function. Earlier, Mr. P. Srinivas, Consultant for GNI s IT park said that Guru Nanak Institutions IT Park (DECODE) at Guru Nanak Institutions Technical Campus was designed to provide incentives to mid-range and upcoming companies; to set up their centers here and was also intended to provide employment to passed out students and part time employment to students studying. About 6000 students attended this function. Dr. B. Veeranna, Director, GNITC proposed a vote of thanks. The plenary session of the 3rd International Conference was chaired by Mr. Lloyd Sanford, CEO, Top Blue Logistics, U.S.A. Prof. Bipin Mehta, President, Computer Society of India, Mr. Prasanth Gupta, Microsoft, Dr. Raghu Babu Reddy IIIT, Hyderabad, Mr. Ravi Shankar, IEEE, Dr. A. Govardhan, SIT, JNTU, Hyderabad as Guests of Honour. Mr. Raju Kanchibotla, Reg. Vice-President (Region-V, CSI) and Mr. K.M. Raidu, Member, MC, CSI-Hyd., and Dr. B.Veeranna, Director, GNITC, were invited guests on this occasion. Mr. Lloyd Sanford, emphasized on the role of Science and Technology and Supply Chain Management. He urged that the system should upgraded to enhance the upcoming results and affordable value change strategies and e-commerce. Prof. Bipin Mehta mentioned that innovations are a continuous process and should be encouraged for competitive advantage. Dr. A. Govardhan emphasized on the three concepts of Learn, Unlearn, and Relent. While Vol 4(2) of the Jrl. Innovations in Computer Science and Engineering (ICICSE) was released by Mr. Lloyd Sanford, Vol. 5(1) was released by Prof. Bipin Mehta, President, CSI and the Proceedings of the Conference were released by Mr. Prasanth Gupta, Microsoft. CSI ExecCom conveyed its greetings for the success of the Conference. There were about 500 delegates registered for this Conference. Dr. S. Sreenath Reddy, Principal, Guru Nanak Institute of Technology proposed a hearty vote of thanks. The valedictory Session was chaired by Mr. G. S. Kohli, Vice- Chairman and Dr. H. S. Saini, Managing Director. Dr. B. Veeranna, Director, Dr. D. D. Sarma, Co-Chair, ICICSE , Dr. Masood Ahmed & Prof. Dev Sekhar, Heads of CSE Dept.G NITC, Dr S.S.Rawat, Head, CSE, GNIT also addressed the participants. Best paper presentation awards were given to four students of various engineering colleges. Dr. Rishi Syal, Dean Academics & Training proposed a Vote of Thanks. CSI Div IV organized organized a two days National seminar on Assemblage of Digital Era 2016 at The Bhopal School of Social Sciences on 18 th & 19 th March, The Seminar was inaugurated by Dr. C. S. Rathore, IIFM, Bhopal. The Seminar was attended by 100 delegates from in and around the near vicinity. Papers were presented by the academicians, research scholars. Eminent Speakers were invited to deliver the keynote and invited talks.. Dr. Vipin Tyagi, Vice President - Region 3 - CSI, Jaypee University of Engineering &Technology, Guna, delivered the key note address and Highlighted topics like Digital Era, Digitalization, Big Data, Li-Fi, Comparison between Li-Fi & Wi-Fi, Search Engine Optimization. Other speakers were Dr. Anurag Seetha, HOD, Computer Applications, MCRPV, Bhopal, Ms. Sini Joseph, NRI Eng. College, Bhopal, Dr. R. S. Thakur, MANIT & Chairman, CSI Bhopal, Prof. M.A.Rizvi, Dr. Nishchol Mishra, UIT RGPV, Bhopal, Ms. Monika Sahu, Govt. Polytechnic College, Dindori, Mr. Hemraj Chouhan, Chief Manager Red Hat, Dr. Prashant 49

52 Computer Society of India Singh, Project Manager, ISC, Bhopal, Mr. Nischal Saxena, Testing Manager, ISC, Bhopal, Dr N C Ojha, Regional College, NCERT, Bhopal. Dr. M. A. Rizvi, Dr.Vipin Tyagi were the chair of the various sessions. Dr. John P. J., Principal BSSS and the Vice Principal BSSS, congratulated the whole organizing team including the convener of the seminar Ms. Archana Naik, HOD Computer application, Organizing Secretary Ms. Jincy Renjy Thomas and Joint Secretary Mr. Zeeshan Siddiqui. Division-V (Education and Research) 3rd International conference Information Systems Design and Intelligent Applications (INDIA 2016) CSI Div-V organized 3rd International conference INformation Systems Design and Intelligent Applications (INDIA 2016) in collaboration with Dept. of CSE and ANITS CSI Students Branch on 8-9 Jan 2016 at ANITS, Vizag. INDIA 2016 has brought all the intellectuals, researchers, scholars and academicians internationally, who are working on information systems design and intelligent applications in the areas of computer science, information technology, communication engineering and management together at one place and acted as a stage for sharing and exchanging their views on the upcoming trends in the above mentioned areas. About 750+ papers were received and in which 215 quality papers after thorough review process were selected for publications in the Proceedings by Springer-AISC series in 3 volumes. There were 8 special sessions and 13 parallel tracks where the authors will present their research work, INDIA 2016 has acted as a stage for an author to prove him/herself in his/ her interested research area. The special attraction lies with many internationally renowned and well known researchers and academicians like, Professor Ashok Deshpande from Berlely, Professor Lakhmi C. Jain, Australia and, Dr Aynur Unal from Stanford University, Dr Rajib Mall from IIT Khargpur, Dr B K panigrahi, IIT Delhi, Dr B Majhi, NIT Rourkela, Fr G Sanyal, NIT Durgapur. The Inauguration function on 8 th of Jan, 2016 was attended by the chief guest Dr. GBS Prasad, Director (Personnel), RINL, Visakhapatnam Steel Plant and guests of honor Dr. Aynur Unal, Visiting Professor, IIT Guwahati and Professor Stanford University, USA, Prof P S Avadhani, Chairman CSI Vizag chapter, Vice-Principal, Andhra University, Sri. Raju L. Kanchibotala, Regional Vice-President, Region-V,CSI, Sri. Aninda Bose, Publishing Editor, Springer India Pvt. Ltd. Prof. Pritee Parweker, Dept. of CSE, ANITS was the Program Chair and Dr. S. C. Satapathy, Head, CSE, ANITS was the organizing Chair of the conf. The management of ANITS, Mr. V Thapovardhan, Secretary extended excellent support in the organization of this conference. Prof. Ashok Deshpande, Guest Faculty, University of California Berkeley; Visiting Professor: Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai India, introduced the concept of fuzzy logic and spoke about various applications of it. Dr. Aynur Unal, Visiting Professor: Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, India spoke about Digital open innovations. She insisted on creating our own sustainable recyclable products.dr. Parag Kulkarni, Founder, Chief Scientist and CEO of the EKLaT Research and iknowlation Research Labs Pvt. Ltd., spoke about knowledge innovation and practical machine learning applications to build world class products. Dr. Lakshmi C. Jain, Visiting Professor in Bournemouth University, United Kingdom and Adjunct Professor in the University of Canberra, Australia, spoke about practical applications of intelligent techniques in aviation and security. Dr Gautham Sanyal, Professor in the Department of Computer Science & Engineering and Dean, NIT Durgapur, spoke about Internet of things. A talk was given by Sri Aninda Bose on How to write research paper. There was a Panel discussion on the topic Paradigm Shift - A New Era: Technology, Entertainment and Values. Two workshops on Evolutionary Computational methods and Computer security by Prof J K Mandal were also conducted. All the papers of this international conference were presented in 13 parallel tracks simultaneously. In the evening, there was a cultural program with Payal Ram Chandini who is one the famous performer of Kuchipudi Dance and who has also performed in many international stages that includes BRICS summit and SAARC conference, has given a performance on Kuchipudi Dance and received a huge applaud by the delegates of this conference. 50

53 51ST Annual Report and Dr. Suresh Chandra Satapathy, Chairperson, Div-V graced the occasion as Chief Guest and Guest of honor respectively. B. Sriramulu, convener, PVPSIT inaugurated the workshop. The lead resource person of the workshop was Dr. Suresh Chandra Satapathy, Professor and Head, Dept of CSE, ANITS, Vishakapatnam. A 3-days National workshop on Hands on Evolutionary Algorithm using MATLAB (10th - 12th Sept 2015) was organized jointly by Dept. of Computer Applications, P.V.P. Siddhartha Institute of Technology, Vijayawada, A.P. and CSI Div-V (Research & Education). Mr. Raju L. Kanchibhotla, RVP-V, CSI The workshop consisting of six sessions including extensive hands-on sessions on Evolutionary Algorithms using MATLAB covered PSO, DE, TLBO, and ANN. Total 70 participants including faculty members, research scholars and PG students from Andhra Pradesh and other states attended the workshop. The valedictory session was held at the end of the third day, at 4.30pm. Dr. K Sivaji Babu, Principal, PVPSIT presided over the function. Dr. B.D.C.N Prasad distributed the certificates to the participants. CSI SIG's Events Special Interest Groups (SIG) of CSI SIG by its very nature is a focus group and its activity is national in character. The SIG membership is through groups and essentially we should be able to enthuse academic and research community to participate. Though the SIG is having functional autonomy it should essentially be working with the concerned Division to be within the frame work of the CSI Constitution & Byelaws. During the year the following proposed SIGs were approved by the Execcom. Divisions Special Interest Groups Name of Convenor Division I e-governance Mr. Surendra Kapoor Entrepreneurship and Innovation Mr. Vijay Rastogi Division II DATA Prof. S Sudarshan / Prof. N L Sarda Big Data Analytics Prof. Saumyadipta Pyne FOSS Mr. Vishal Mehrotra Division III Humane Computing Dr. Vishnu Kanhare eagriculture Dr. Y.C. Bhatt Division IV Information Security Dr. C R Chakravarthy / Mr. T. Sabapathy Cyber Forensics Dr. Vipin Tyagi Modelling and Simulation Prof. V. P. Saxena Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) Dr. M. Sasikumar Formal Methods Mrs. Bhanumathi Shekar Division V 51

54 Computer Society of India SIG e-governance Kerala State IT Mission (KSI), organized 7 th National egovernance Knowledge Sharing Summit (KSS-2015) in association with CSI s Special Interest Group on e-governance (CSI-SIGeGov) at Thiruvananthapuram on 10 th and 11 th December The event had Digital Kerala as its theme Mr. Mohammed Y. Safirulla, IAS, Director KSI in his Welcome Address shared with the Dignitaries and participants from Government departments, HODs and egov community the importance of the Summit. Mr. P. H. Kurian, IAS, Principal Secretary (Industries & IT Govt. of Kerala) gave the presidential Address and described the preeminent position of the State in the implementation of ICT initiatives. The Inaugural address was given by Mr. Jiji Thomson, IAS Chief Secretary to the Government of Kerala. He laid out the historic background of ICT implementation challenges in the Govt. of Kerala in his Address. He highlighted the high volume of transactions relating to e- Gov services recorded on the etaal portal and emanating from the state and described how from a pan- India perspective - the number was next only the States of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Prof Bipin V. Mehta, President, CSI gave the Keynote Address on Digital India in which he highlighted Jeevan Pramaan and MyGov portal as the benchmark examples of electronic participation. Mr. Surendra Kapoor, Chairman CSI SIGeGOV described the objectives of KSS and applauded the Kerala State s various achievements in the egov sphere. Mr. Ajith S., Head, egovernance KSI gave the Vote of Thanks. Three technical sessions were held on the first day [10 th December]. The first session New Age Financial Inclusion was moderated by Prof. Harish P. Iyer, Research Center for egovernance (RCeG), IIIT Hyderabad. The panelists included Shri V K Baby, IAS, (Secretary FR, GoK). The panel concluded that the financial inclusion was as much a business model as it was a goal of public policy. The panelists acknowledged the importance of the role of Banking Correspondents (BC) in the overall scheme of financial inclusion. Shri A. Babu, IAS, Collector & District Magistrate from Krishna District of Andhra Pradesh highlighted the JAM model [Jhan Dhan yojana / Aadhaar / Mobile] and explained how it had helped improve the finances of disadvantaged families in the district. The other panelists Shri John Philip, DGM [New India Assurance] and General Manager (BB & SR), State Bank of Travancore also shared their views. The second session was on Technological Perspective and was moderated by Dr Piyush Gupta, Sr. VP, NISG New Delhi. The panelists were Dr. Ratan Khelkar IAS (CEO, CeG, GoK), Shri A. K. Balani, Sr. Director, DeitY, GoI; Shri Khobragade IAS and Shri Vakul Sharma (Supreme Court Advocate). The panel discussed Enterprise Architecture, Cyber Laws, and how the Hand-helds had become the devices of choice and how the Cloud should be the de-facto option. The panel also discussed various myths and realities surrounding cyber laws. The third session had Vibrancy as its Perspective and was moderated by Shri B. Ramani, ED, CDAC- Trivandrum. He and his panelists deliberated on promoting entrepreneurship in ICT in order to add vibrancy to the domain of egovernance. A key point highlighted was that while the Government should do everything within its means to support entrepreneurship, start-ups should not build a business model which primarily depended on government patronage. The panel members were Dr. Jayasankar Prasad, CeO, Kerala Startup Mission; Shri M. Sivasankar, IAS (Secreatary Power and KSEB Chairman) and Shri W. R. Reddy IAS (Principal Secretary, Taxes, Govt. of Kerala). The second day of the summit commenced with the fourth session of the event and dealt with Cyber Security. The session was chaired by Mr. V. K. Bhadran, Associate Director, CDAC and the panelists included Shri Sachin Burman, Director (NCIIPC), Shri B. J. Srinath (DG-ICERT Addl In-charge); Shri Manoj Abraham, IPS (IG-TVM Range) and Dr. K. Rama Subramaniam, CEO (Valient Technologies, UAE). The Cyber dome an initiative of Kerala involving the Police, the ICT industry, the trade bodies and the citizens was described in detail. Among the topics discussed were security issues relating to IPV6 and the Internet of things. The panel stressed that the government should learn from the manner in which the private sector manages security related tasks through a professionally constructed support structure. The fifth session Health Perspective Chaired by Mr. G. S. N. Prabhu, Convener - CSI Nihilent egov Awards - along with his panelists shared the experiences on ehealth and 52

55 51 ST Annual Report Tele-medicine. The panel discussed the current Government Hospital Systems and compared the practices and processes of Corporate Hospitals with Government run ones. The panel drew attention to how big data and the mobiles are likely to transform various practices in the health sector. The members of the panel were Shri S. Ramakrishnan, Former DG, C-DAC; Dr. Jayan, Asst Professor, Medical College, Trivandrum; Shri Sasi P. M., Associate Director, C-DAC, Trivandrum.The sixth and the final session of the summit was on Openness Perspective. The panel chair was Mr. Satish Babu, Former President of CSI along and the members of the panel were Dr. K. S. Rajan from IIIT Hyderabad, and Shri R. Srinivasan, Former Chairman, IEE Kerala and Dr. Achuthsankar S. Nair, Director, Internal QA Cell, University of Kerala discussed how open standards, open software and open data were all related SIG Modelling and Simulation S. No. and yet were quite different. The panel deliberated on why it was important to understand the different types of licenses and how a vibrant Open Source developer and user community could help empower the e-governance community. In the valedictory session Dr. Ratan U. Kelkar, IAS [CEO, Centre for egovernance Govt. of Karnataka] summarized the key observations from each of the six sessions. In his remarks, Shri S. Adikeshavan, CGM (Commercial banking) of State Bank of Travancore - a sponsor of the event expressed the bank s readiness to work with KSI on several of the actionable points which emerged from the summit. Congratulations to the Kerala State IT Mission and the Govt. of Kerala for organizing an excellent Knowledge Sharing Summit for the egov fraternity!! Sponsored Event Title Experts Duration and Place 1 Symposium Symposium on Computational Biology 2 Workshop Mathematical Modelling in Real Life Problems 3 Conference Advances in Computer Science, Electronics and Mathematical Sciences Prof. B Batt Prof. J Prakash Prof. V P Saxena Prof. G C Sharma Prof. Madhu Jain Prof. V P Saxena Prof. J B Shukla Dr. R K Datta Prof. Karmeshu Dr. Joydip Dhar Dr. M A Khanday Prof. V P Saxena Dr. R K Datta Prof. Md Sorif Uddin Prof. A H Siddiqi Prof. N S CHoudhary Dr. J C Bansal 12-13, Dec 2015 at MANIT, Bhopal 6-7, Feb 2016 at Jiwaji University, Gwalior Feb 2016 at SIRT Bhopal Local Organizer Prof. K R Pardasani Member SIG Prof. Renu Jain Member SIG Prof. V P Saxena Convener Information Security National Conference of Information Technology in Defence (ITD- 2016) held on February 12th & 13th 2016 at the Dr. V M Ghatage Convention Hall, HAL, Benguluru The 10th National Conference on IT in Defence was held in memory of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam - Former President of India and also Director General of DRDO was held at Bangalore on 12th and 13th February The Conference was a grand success with the participation of industry, representatives of armed forces at senior level, academia and top officials of DRDO. As usual DRDO has given full support to this conference by sponsoring it and with Dr. Sateesh Reddy, SA to RM as Chairman of the Advisory Committee. Besides DRDO the conference was supported by the Department of IT, BT & ST, Government of Karnataka, National Technological Research Organization, NTRO a Government of India Organization, and Public Sector Company ECIL of Hyderabad.. There were nearly 200 delegates from industry, DRDO, PSU s and academic institutions. There were 6 sponsors from the industry such as Vmware, Chekpoint, Stratsys, Beyond Security, Luciad partnered by Ramp Technologies and Cyber Security Privacy Foundation. The conference was inaugurated by Dr. K D Nayak, DG(MED &CoS) of DRDO. Professor Bipin V Mehta was the guest of honor. There was also a panel discussion and valedictory session. The following are the details of the conference. Inaugural Session Mrs. Bhanumathi KS Organizing Chair ITD 2016 & Convener SIG FM and Chairperson of Bangalore Chapter gave the welcome address to the gathering. She welcomed Dr. KD Nayak the Chief guest and Prof Bipin V Mehta President of CSI. She particularly thanked Prof. H N Mahabala, Founder 53

56 Computer Society of India member of CSI and Dr. S Ramani and Mr. M L Ravi who were the former Presidents of CSI. Then she not only welcomed all the delegates but particularly welcomed each one of the Past Chairpersons of CSI- BC (about 10 in number) who made it convenient to attend. She also welcomed Mr. MVKV Prasad Director of ADE, Mr. MZ Siddique, Director of GTRE and Dr. Bipin Shah CEO and Chairman of Kovair (Annexure 1 gives list of VIPs). Dr. C R Chakravarthy, Co-Chairman of Advisory Committee spoke on the origin of IT for defence. He mentioned that the first conference was held in 2004 wherein there was very good response with more than 300 delegates participating in this conference. He mentioned that this has become very prestigious conference of CSI. He said that this conference brings on a single platform DRDO, all the three services, PSU s and academia to discuss the challenges of computing requirements of defence and to evolve solutions for the same. He mentioned that this conference is dedicated to the memory of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam who was the father of Indian guided missile program. He said the conference has about 6 technical tracks relevant to defence and a panel discussion on Trusted computing. He welcomed all the delegates, the Chief Guest, Dr. K D Nayak and Prof Bipin V Mehta. Dr. R K Ramanathan, Event Chair then elaborated about the event and briefly mentioned the reason behind having the conference in the memory of Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam. He briefly talked about Dr. Abdul Kalam s life story and his achievements in reaching to the Presidency and his three famous books he wrote before he became the President and how he was an inspiration to the young people and his igniting of minds. His slogan to make the country strong and secure which was the theme of the conference. He recalled his association with Dr. Kalam and Dr. Kalam s introduction of IT into the President s office. Dr K D Nayak Director General of DRDO was the chief guest. He spoke on the theme of the conference Trusted Computing in Defence. He said that the theme is very relevant to DRDO and to the entire Ministry of Defence. DRDO has realized that trusted computing is one of the essential requirements of defence. Accordingly DRDO have initiated several major projects on this important topic at ANURAG in Hyderabad and CAIR at Bangalore. Also DRDO has taken major initiatives in the development of secure operating system. He also spoke on the need to manufacturing special integrated chips indigenously and accordingly DRDO has setup SITARA. He was very happy that this conference was held in memory of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam who had emphasized on development of our own software. Dr. KD Nayak also praised the efforts of Dr. VS Arunachalam and mentioned that he was responsible for the creation of ANURAG for development of indigenous supercomputing. He spoke of how China had been level with in India in the 80 s in scientific research but now in terms of IPR had pulled ahead and had in terms of publication about 27% of the world s share while the US had 31% and India had only about 7%. He said that is why India has recognized the importance of not only having the slogan Make in India but also Design in India. Prof. Bipin V Mehta very much praised CSI Bangalore Chapter for holding this conference for the 10 th time. He also emphasized on the need for having trusted computing in defence. He said the academia should help DRDO in realizing the contemporary technologies. He was quite happy to note that this conference was well supported not only by the industry but also by public sector undertakings such as BEL, ECIL, CDAC and others. Mr. Arun Narayanswamy of Vmware briefly explained on the areas on which they are working which are particular to defence. He said that because of the spread of social media like Whatsapp, we are unaware of the breaches in security. Mr. Ramandeep Singh, Senior consultant of Checkpoint said that Checkpoint has come up with new paradigm in security. Finally Mr. Chander P Mannar gave a vote of thanks to the Chief Guest and the Guest of honor, the delegates, the sponsors. He also mentioned that there is an exhibition where the sponsors are exhibiting their products. He thanked all the services providers. Technical Session Details There were following technical tracks 3 on the first day and 2 on the second day. There was also a panel discussion on the theme of the conference; the moderator of the panel was Mr. BS Bindhumadhava and members such as Dr. Sudarsan of ABB, Mr. Viswam of LRDE and Gp. Capt Rakesh Arora of Indian Air Force. In the first technical session, there were Keynote addresses from Mr. V Ponraj who had worked with Dr. Kalam in the President s Office and one from each of the sponsors. This session was chaired by Prof. H N Mahabala, Past President of CSI, Fellow and Founder of the CSI. Prof. Mahabala said that he is always happy to come for a seminar organized by CSI. He recalled the time when CSI was founded along with Prof. Narasimhan and Major A Balasubramanian. Major Balasubramanian passed away just about a month ago. Mr. Arun Narayanswamy, of Vmware spoke on Role of Infrastructure in Trusted Computing. Mr. Ramandeep Singh Senior consultant of Checkpoint spoke on Using Cyber Resilience Techniques to defend Corporate Networks. Mr. Ganesh Babu, from Stratasys India spoke on 3D Printing. Mr. Ponraj was deputed from ADA to work under Kalam at Rashtrapathi Bhavan and was working with him till the time of his death. He described the Pan African Project conceived by Dr. Kalam and executed by him. It consisted of linking some 30 to 40 countries in Africa with Indian Universities for distance Education and also linking a number of superspeciality hospitals in India to provide telemedicine service to various cities and rural centres in Africa. The 2 nd technical session was held on Hardware and software 54

57 51 ST Annual Report security. In this session Smt. Kamini Malhotra from SAG, Major Megha Mohanan from Directorate of Information systems in the army and Mr. Prasanna J of Cyber Security spoke on the latest security threats and attacks. The 3 rd technical session was held on IOT. Smt. Subha Easwaran from BEL, Mr. Ravi Prakash A from Beyond Security spoke on the development efforts involved with defence. The 4 th technical session was held on Collaborative Engineering. Smt. Sushma Verma from SAG, Mr. Suresh Kumar from ADA, and Dr. Yogananada Jeppu from Honeywell spoke on formal methods pertaining to defence. The 5 th technical session was on Data Analysis and Security. In this session Dr. Narayan Panigrahi from CAIR, Dr. Sudarsan P from ABB and Cmde (retd). PC Gulati from RAMP Technologies spoke on their association with different projects with defence. Panel Discussion A panel discussion was held on the theme of the conference Trusted Computing in Defence. The moderator was Mr. BS Bindhumadhava Associate director of CDAC. Dr. P Sudarsan, Gp Capt Rakesh Arora and Mr. Viswam from LRDE were the other panelists. Mr. B S Bindhumadhava requested each one of the panelist to briefly speak on the requirements of trusted computing. Mr. Viswam from LRDE spoke on the efforts initiated by DRDO on evolving trusted computing platform and the development effort been put in at ANURAG, CAIR and LRDE. Dr. P Sudarsan spoke on the issue of big data and the issues of data security related to them. Gp Capt Arora spoke in general how trusted computing is very essential; for the defence and that we should we have our own indigenous tech for we cannot give our requirements to outside agencies. Dr. C R Chakravarthy pointed out that the previous scientific advisor Dr. V K Saraswath had already initiated a program with DRDO on the development of secure operating system. He mentioned that this effort should be done with higher priority on a national basis. Valedictory Session The valedictory session was preceded by Dr. CR Chakravarthy. Mrs. KS Bhanumathi, Dr. RK Ramanathan, Mr. Chander P Mannar and Mr. BG Satish took part. Dr CR Chakravarthy said the conference was a grand success. He was happy that nearly 200 delegates took part and that conference was well supported by the various sponsors from the industry. He mentioned that this conference was a real success because of the effort put in by our dynamic chairperson Mrs. KS Bhanumathi. He is also thankful to all the members- Dr. RK Ramanathan and Mr. T Sabapathy for evolving a good technical program. He thanked Mr. BG Satish for looking into the financial requirements. He thanked various personnel such as Mr. T N Seetharam, Mr. Rahul who helped in the conference. We particularly thank Mr. H C Sridhar who always works with a smiling face late hours for the conference. Dr. RK Ramanathan mentioned that Dr. C R Chakravarthy thanked everyone else except himself. Without Dr. Chakravarthy this conference would not have been a success. He also thanked all the technical speakers but for whom there would not have been any conference. He also acknowledged with thanks the role played by the sponsors. He said that without their contribution by way of finance this conference would not have come about because of the high cost of running such a conference. He thanked them for the exhibition. He also thanked Mrs. K S Bhanumathi and said that she was responsible for bringing in the sponsors and so many delegates and also the past presidents, fellows, and past chair persons. He also thanked Mr. T Sabapathy for making an excellent programme and also thanked all the volunteers and the CSI staff and Mr. H C Sridhar. Mrs. Bhanumathi K S praised efforts put in by Dr. CR Chakravarthy. She thanked industry and all people who helped for the success of the conference. She also thanked the Audio Visual people for the smooth efforts in running the show. Mr. Chander P Mannar then requested feedback from the audience. Grp Capt Rakesh wanted a copy of the proceedings. Mrs. Bhanumathi K S said it would b e available on the web site. However he wanted it on a CD. Mr. Chander said that we would make it available on a CD. On behalf of the organizers Mementos were handed over to Dr. C R Chakrvarthy, Mrs. Bhanumathi K S, Mr. B G Satish, Mr. Chander P Mannar, Mr. Sridhar H C, Mr. Rahul, Mr. T N Seetharamu, Mr. Shantaram Nayak. In short, the 10 th National Conference on ITD was remarkable success both technically and financially. Fellows and Former Presidents of CSI 1. Dr. C R Chakravarthy 2. Prof. H N Mahabala 3. Dr. S. Ramani 4. Mr. M L Ravi 5. Mr. S. Parathasarathi Distinguished Guests 1. Mr. MVKV Prasad - Director ADE 2. Mr. MZ Siddique - Director LRDE 3. Dr. Bipin A Shah - CEO & Chairman KOVAIR Chairpersons Attended 1. Dr. Swarnalatha Rao 2. Ms. Sudha Raju 3. Mr. A V Raghuram 4. Mr. T Sabapathy 5. Mr. Iqbal Ahmed 6. Dr. R K Ramanathan 7. Mr. H. Raghavendra Rao 8. Mr. Viswas Bondade 9. Mr. Bindu Madhava B.S. 10. Mr. Chander P. Mannar 11. Ms. K S Bhanumathi 55

58 Computer Society of India SIG BIG Data Analytics Sr. No. Program Duration (days) From date Details Location 1 Convention 2 21-Mar-16 State Annual Student convention with a theme of Big Data MLRIT and Cloud computing* 2 Faculty Development Program 2 18-Mar-16 Analytics in Supply-chain Management KLU, VJY 3 Convention 3 29-Dec-15 Big Data Analytics & Cloud Computing * OU, HYD 4 Convention 1 19-Dec-15 ICAI National Convention on Info. Tech. Baroda 5 Convention 1 12-Dec-15 Business Analytics: Insights, Applications & Opportunities GITAM, Vizag 6 Invited Talk 1 11-Nov-15 Big Data Mgmt., Tech. and Applications GNITC, HYD 7 Convention 1 6-Nov-15 Panelists in for a Big Data knowledge sharing session MVSR, HYD Business Analytics 8 Workshop 1 10-Oct-15 Big Data Analytics - For Chatered Accountants Mumbai 9 Invited Talk 1 21-Jul-15 Build the Analytics Capability VVISM, Hyd 10 Workshop 3 09-Jul-15 Big Data Analytics using R AIMSCS, HCU 11 Knowledge Sharing Session 1 18-Jun-15 Role of Quality Professional-Big Data Analytics HYDSPIN 12 Invited Talk 1 23-May-15 Big Data analytics - Career Opportunities VVISM, VJY 13 Invited Talk 1 06-Apr-15 Analysts View of Big Data NNIT, Guntur * Cosponsored by SIG ** Hosted by SIG SIG Cyber Forensics CSISIGCF is a SIG under Computer Society of India (CSI). Its main objective is to promote research in the area of Cyber Forensics by bringing together researchers so that every cyber user can benefit. Towards this goal lectures, special sessions in the area of Cyber Forensics are organized. CSI SIG CF has organized a number of lecture and special sessions in various conferences at various parts of country. Recently CSISIGCF supported an international conference at KEC, Ghaziabad during Nov , SIG Formal Method Workshop on Application of Formal Methods in safety and security CSIR-NAL, HTSL and SIG-FM, CSI-BC jointly organized a workshop on Application of Formal Methods in safety and security applications at Valluri Auditorium, CSIR-NAL campus from 25 th May 2016 to 27 th May Chetty, was the event chair. He congratulated the team and gave his best wishes for a fruitful outcome of the workshop. Mr. Dhiraj Wali, VP of M/s BOSCH, chief guest of the day gave the inaugural address. Ms Swati Meherishi gave a presentation on the importance of formal methods across the globe and she stressed on the fact that the workshop is the right step in popularizing Formal Methods. Ms Bhanumathi K S, Convenor SIG-FM delivered the vote of thanks. There were around 70 + participants from DRDO LABS, NPCIL, ABB, UTC, BOSCH, AIRBUS, ALSTOM, HTSL, MIRABILIS, MATHWORKS, TRIDENT INFOSOL, ANSYS/ ESTREEL TECHNOLOGIES, andv IIT-B. Workshop had paper presentation and invited lectures on the first two days. Day 3 was hands on, conducted by Dr Yoga from HTSL on Simulink SlDV and NuSMV. Papers selected for presentation are to be published by Springer. Day 2 and Day 3 had feedback sessions. The workshop was very interactive with many participants asking questions on Formal Methods and its Applications. Snapshot of the workshop is provided in the following photos. Dr (Ms) Manju Nanda, CSIR-NAL introduced the guests. Ms J Jayanthi,Jt.Head ALD, CSIR-NAL welcomed the Guest of Honour and the participants. Director, CSIR-NAL, Mr. Shyam 56

59 51 ST Annual Report SIG-Formal Methods Sr. No. Name of SIG Division to which attached Name of Convenor 1 SIG-FM Div-IV Ms. Bhanumathi K. S. 2 SIG-FM Div-IV Ms. Bhanumathi K. S. 3 SIG-FM Div-IV Ms. Bhanumathi K.S. 4 SIG-IS & FM Div-IV Ms. Bhanumathi K.S. 5 SIG-FM Div-IV Ms. Bhanumathi K.S. Members in the group 1. Ms. Bhanumathi K S, Convener 2. Mr. Chander Mannar 3. Prof. Anirban Basu 4. Mr. Suman Kumar S.P. 5. Prof. Shyam Sundar 6. Ms. Manju Nanda 7. Ms. J. Jayanthi 8. Dr. Sarojadevi 9. Prof. Meenakshi D Souza 10. Dr. Yoganand Jeepu, 11. Dr. Swatnalatha R. Rao 12. Dr. Aditya Kanade 13. Dr. A. Indira 14. Mr. Dhinakaran Pillai 1. Ms. Bhanumathi K S, Convener 2. Mr. Chander Mannar 3. Prof. Anirban Basu 4. Mr. Suman Kumar S.P. 5. Prof. Shyam Sundar 6. Ms. Manju Nanda 7. Ms. J. Jayanthi 8. Dr. Sarojadevi 9. Prof. Meenakshi D Souza 10. Dr. Yoganand Jeepu, 11. Dr. Swatnalatha R. Rao 12. Dr. Aditya Kanade 13. Dr. A. Indira 14. Mr. Dhinakaran Pillai 1. Ms. Bhanumathi K S, Convener 2. Mr.Chander Mannar 3. Prof. Anirban Basu 4. Mr. Suman Kumar 5. Prof. Shyam Sundar 6. Ms. Manju Nanda 7. Ms. J. Jayanthi 8. Dr. Saroja Devi 9. Prof. Meenakshi D Souza 10. Dr. Yoganand Jeepu, 11. Dr. Swatnalatha Rao 12. Dr. Aditya Kanade 13. Dr. A. Indira 14. Mr. Dhinakaran Pillai 1. Dr. R. K. Ramanathan 2. Ms. Bhanumathi K S, 3. Mr. Chander Mannar 4. Dr. Anirban Basu 5. Mr. Suman Kumar S.P. 6. Prof. Shyam Sundar 7. Ms. Manju Nanda 8. Ms. J. Jayanthi 9. Dr. Sarojadevi 10. Prof. Meenakshi D Souza 11. Dr. Yoganand Jeepu, 12. Dr. Swatnalatha R. Rao 13. Dr. Aditya Kanade 14. Dr. A. Indira 15. Mr. Dhinakaran Pillai 1. Ms. Bhanumathi K S, Convener 2. Mr. Chander Mannar 3. Prof. Anirban Basu 4. Mr. Suman Kumar S.P. 5. Prof. Shyam Sundar 6. Ms. Manju Nanda 7. Ms. J. Jayanthi 8. Dr. Sarojadevi 9. Prof. Meenakshi D Souza 10. Dr. Yoganand Jeepu, 11. Dr. Swatnalatha R. Rao 12. Dr. Aditya Kanade 13. Dr. A. Indira14. Mr. Dhinakaran Pillai Activities carried out till October 2016 National Conference on Formal Methods jointly with I I Sc. It was held on 3rd and 4th Sept at IISc., Bangalore. Speakers from US, MOOG, Microsoft, Honeywell, Chennai Methematical Institute and TCS pune gave a very good exposure on Formal methods. Two days Workshop on Formal Methods held on 14-15th May 2015 held at CSI-BC Premises Two days Workshop on Formal Methods (WFM) January 4th and 5th 2016 held at CSI-BC Premises, Bangalore 10th National Conference on IT in Defence held on 12th and 13th February, 2016 held at Ghatage Convention Centre, HAL, Banglaore-37 CSIR-NAL, HTSL and SIG-FM, CSI-BC jointly organized a Three days workshop on Application of Formal Methods in safety and security applications at Valluri Auditorium, CSIR- NAL campus from 25th May 2016 to 27th May We had a hands on session on third day. Revenue generated Bank Balance (attach copy of updated Bank Statement as of October 10, 2016) 477,981 no separate bank account 125,295 We do not have a separate account for SIG FM. Our S.B. Account No. is: Balance as on Oct 10, 2016 is 7,06,382/- 6, No separate bank account 1,246,858 No separate bank account no separate bank account 57

60 Computer Society of India Sr. No. Name of SIG Division to which attached Name of Convenor 6 SIG-FM Divison-IV Ms. Bhanumathi K.S. Publication of News letters 1 SIG-FM Div-V Ms. Bhanumathi K. S. 2 SIG-FM Div-V Ms. Bhanumathi K. S. 3 SIG-FM Div-IV Ms. Bhanumathi K. S. 4 SIG-FM Div-IV Ms. Bhanumathi K. S. 5 SIG-FM Div-IV Ms. Bhanumathi K. S. 6 SIG-FM Div-IV Ms. Bhanumathi K. S. 7 SIG-FM Div-IV Ms. Bhanumathi K. S. 8 SIG-FM Div-IV Ms. Bhanumathi K. S. 9 SIG-FM Div-IV Ms. Bhanumathi K. S. Members in the group 1. Ms. Bhanumathi K S, Convener 3. Dr. Bharath Jayaraman, 2. Dr. Sudarsan Activities carried out till October days workshop on Runtime Visualization and Verification using JIVE held in October, 2016 by Video Conference hosted by ABB Corporate Research Centre, Bangalore by Dr. Bharat Jayaraman is a Professor in the Department of CS & Engineering at the State University of New York (Buffalo). Revenue generated Bank Balance (attach copy of updated Bank Statement as of October 10, 2016) no separate bank account News letter December attached as a Anneure-G 477,981 No separate bank account News letter March-2015 attached as a Anneure-H 125,295 We do not have a separate account for SIG FM. Our S.B. Account No. is: Balance as on Oct 10, 2016 is 7,06,382/- News letter published in CSIBC website News letter published in CSIBC website News letter published in CSIBC website News letter published in CSIBC website News letter published in CSIBC website News letter published in CSIBC website News letter published in CSIBC website News Letter Volume 4, April 2015 link: org/images/pdf/newsletter_ Volume4_april_2015.pdf News Letter Volume 5, May 2015 link: pdf/newsletter_volume5_ may_2015.pdf News Letter Volume 6, June 2015 link: pdf/newsletter_volume5_ june_2015.pdf News Letter Volume 7, July 2015 link: org/images/pdf/newsletter_ Volume5_july_2015.pdf News Letter Volume 8, August 2015 link: pdf/newsletter_volume5_ August_2015.pdf News Letter Volume 9, September 2015 Link: pdf/newsletter_volume9_ September_2015.pdf News Letter Volume 11, November 2015 Link: pdf/newsletter_volume9_ November_2015.pdf 6, No separate bank account 1,246,858 No separate bank account No separate bank account 58

61 51 ST Annual Report SIG Humane Computing Name of SIG Division to which attached Special Interest Group on Humane Computing (SIG HUMANE) Division III Mr. Ravikiran Mankikar. Has also done programmes in Association with CSI Division II : Software and other organizations. We thank CSI HQ and Office Bearers and ExecCom for their continued support and guidance and expect continued encouragement and support. Name of Convenor Date of Election of Convener Dr Vishnu Kanhere Since inception Number of CSI Life Members with their Regional Distribution Information awaited from HQ data base.some prominent members include Dr Akshaia Aggrawal Hon. Former Vice Chancellor GTU, Dr M M Pant e-learning expert - Former Pro VC IGNOU, Dr K Subramanian Former Director and Professor, Advance Centre for Informatic and Innovative Learning IGNOU, IT Adviser to CAG of India & Ex- DDG(NIC), Min of C & IT, Dr Guruprasad Murthy Former Director Jamnalal Bajaj Inst of Management Studies Salent activities carried out since inception Name of Bank Account with details of signatories "Information Systems The new horizon for terrorism" February 2009 issue CSI Communications. "Humane Computing" Jan issue CSI Communications Committee of SIG Humane had collaboration meetings during Annual Convention 2011 at Ahmedabad. Two Day Symposium on Humane Computing held at Indore on 25 26, Feb SIG Humane collaborated with Div.-II and various chapter representatives. Thanks to Div.-II head Dr. T. V. Gopal and Mr. Anil Shrivastava and the efforts of Indore and Mhow Chapter this became a reality. Application of IT in Human Resource Mgmt. a Humane Computing Perspective talk & Interaction at TISS 25 th Aug Interactive session held jointly with ISACA Mumbai Chapter at Welingkar Inst. of Mgmt. Studies - 8 th June Role of Information Systems in Social Empowerment. Case Studies on different subjects involving Humane Computing published in CSI Communications during covering Analytics, Software Engg., SMAC, Visualization, Algorithmic Computing & Machine Translation. These have been well received and reported to be used to introduce computing concepts in leading Management Institutes. Collaboration meeting with ISACA Ireland at Dublin 22 nd October Discussion Session at Shailesh J Mehta School of Management, IIT Bombay during CEP - 31st July Knowledge input provider for Assurance annual conference of eisa - 11 th Dec for Human element in computing frauds & money laundering. Discussion Session at Shailesh J Mehta School of Management, IIT Bombay during CEP - 4 th March Focus Meeting at Gujarat Technical University with Dr Akshaia Aggrawal 10 June 2016, Security Awareness Session - Making Security a way of life, at ISACA conference Mumbai 22 July 2016, Information Security Human Perspective session at seminar on IT Security with GIZ Germany & Indo German Working Group on Quality Infrastructure New Delhi 23 Sept No separate bank account maintained as events are in collaboration. No funding taken from HQ, Region or Division Bank Balance (attach copy of updated Bank Statement as of March 31, 2016) N. A. 59

62 Computer Society of India Student BranchES's EVENTS Region-I 60 I University, Gurgaon Amity University, Noida 20 & National Workshop on Big Data Analytics and Data Mining Tools during Expert talk on the New Generation Technologies : A Paradigm Shift Dronacharya College of Engineering, Gurgaon Amity University, Noida 26 & Chief Guest & speakers during two days Technical event on Drontech 2K during Expert Talks on Big Data and Enterprise IT Architecture Region-II Region-III Govt. College of Engineering & Ceramic Technology, Kolkata TRUBA College of Engineering & Technology, Indore 21 & During Two days Workshop on Programming in Java During Inter College Programming Competition : Code Combat 15

63 51 ST Annual Report Sri Aurobindo Institute of Technology, Indore Region-III G H Patel College of Engg. & Tech., Vallabh Vidyanagar During programming contest on Code Scratch During Expert Talk Detecting disease spread in a Geographic location - A big data approach Sagar Institute of Science Technology & Research, Bhopal TRUBA college of Engineering & Technology, Indore 16 to During workshop on Web and E-commerce Site Development Global Institute of Technology, Jaipur 17 & During Two Days National Workshop on Impact of Cloud technology in education. Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology and Sciences, Jabalpur During National Conference RTCCT During Student Branch Inauguration GLS Institute of Computer Application, Ahmedabad AESICS-CSI Student Branch, Ahmedabad during seminar on Emerging Trends in IT Dr. Vipin Tyagi, RVP, Region-III & Prof Hiral Vegda during Expert Lecture on Image Compression 61

64 Computer Society of India AESICS-CSI Student Branch, Ahmedabad Region-III IPS College of Technology & Management, Gwalior Dr. Dilipkumar Sharma & Dr Sandeep Vasant during Guest lecture on Web & Information Retrieval Pacific College of Engineering, Udaipur Mr. Sanjay Pandey, Technical Director, NIC during a Seminar on DIGITAL INDIA Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology & Sciences, Jabalpur During Academia Industry Interaction Dr. Vipin Tyagi, Regional Vice President, Region-III & faculty members during the technical talk Acropolis Institute of Technology & Research, Indore Acropolis Institute of Technology & Research, Indore 13 & During workshop on HL5 & Word Press During Skit Competition Pacific College of Engineering, Udaipur Sagar Institute of Research & Technology, Bhopal Mr Sanjay Agal with students at Congus Technologies during industrial visit during one day Faculty Development program 62

65 51 ST Annual Report Region-III Acropolis Institute of Technology & Research, Indore During the event on WORDS WITH SELF - an Essay Writing Competition Aishwarya Institute of Management and IT, Udaipur During the event on Eco Friendly Ganeshji Making Competition I University, Gwalior Dr. Anirban Basu, VP, CSI with Winner & Runner up Teams during State level Intercollegiate technical Quiz competition on C Programming I University, Gwalior 11 & During two days Workshop on Big Data using Hadoop GGITS, Jabalpur During workshop on Workshop on Software Testing Poornima College of Engineering, Jaipur During an Expert Talk on the topic Digital Transformation and Data Analytics Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology and Science, Jabalpur During Inaugural Ceremony of CSI student Branch During event on Battle of the Brains 63

66 Computer Society of India Region-III LNM Institute of Information Technology, Jaipur During the event on CSI Plenum & During two day workshop on Cloud Computing Matrushri L J Gandhi (Bakorvala) BCA College, Modasa The LNM Institute of Information Technology, Jaipur During Seminar on Satellite Communication Participants during the event on Town Hall Region-III Region-IV G H Patel College of Engg. & Tech., Vallabh Vidyanagar Silicon Institute of Technology, Bhubaneswar During One day National Symposium on Internet of Things Shri Shankaracharya Inst. of Professional Mgmt. & Tech., Raipur Region-IV 26 to Participants during Annual Inter College Technical Festival Silicon Institute of Technology, Bhubaneswar Winners and organizers during State Level Student Convention Prof Patnaik felicitating Prof Patnaik, VC, Biju Patnaik University of Tech during ICBPC

67 51 ST Annual Report Region-Iv Silicon Institute of Technology, Bhubaneswar 3 & Participants during workshop on Science & Engineering Aspects of Big Data Analysis Mr. Nitai G. Dhall, Hon'ble Trustee of Silicon Inst. of Tech. with the Winners during the Computer Quiz & During two days workshop on Linux Operating System & Kernel Internals (LOSKI-2015) Fakir Mohan University, Balasore 15 & During two days Workshop on Wireless Sensor Networks with Internet of Things and Cloud Computing (WICC-2016) During State Level Student Convention (Odisha State) Srinivas Institute of Technology, Mangalore Region-v During Study tour programme and Experimental Establishment (PXE) at DRDO Lab BNM Institute of Technology, Bangalore Mr. Kartheek Kangala, Senior Engineer, Cisco during the workshop SDN and Data Center Networking During Seminar on Awareness of secure programming 65

68 Computer Society of India Sri Krishna Institute of Technology, Bangaluru Region-v BLDEA's Engineering College, Bijapur during one day workshop on Android Applications Development GSSS Institute of Engineering & Tech. for Women, Mysuru 18 & during Tech Fest on TECHSTORM 2K15 KLE DR M S Sheshgiri College of Engg. & Tech, Belgaum Student during the seminar on Awareness about the benefits of GATE, PSU s & IES NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte during HACKATHON Overnight Coding Srinivas Institute of Technology, Mangalore during one-day workshop on Ethical Hacking during one day workshop on SDN and Data Centre Networking GSSS Institute of Engineering and Tech. for Women, Mysuru CMR Technical Campus, Hyderabad during National Conference on Recent Advances in Computing, Informatics, Communication & Applications (RACICA 2015) SwaeroTech Summer Camp

69 51 ST Annual Report KSIT CSI Student Branch, Bangalore Region-v CMR Technical Campus, Hyderabad During APPLE in Higher education and Enhancing Digital Skills on Adobe s Best-of Breed Creative Tools CMR Technical Campus, Hyderabad During Guest lecture on Cloud Computing Technologies International Institute of Information Technology, Hinjawadi during Guest lecture on Real Time Operating Systems & its Applications CMR Technical Campus, Hyderabad 8 & Participants during workshop on Java Programming NBKR Institute of Science and Technology, Vidyanagar during Guest lecture on Awareness Program on CIVIL Services & Groups Exams Stanley College of Engg. & Tech. for Women, Hyderabad during Paper Presentation contest Vardhaman College of Engineering, Hyderabad during one day workshop on IBM Bluemix Mr. Vivek Kulkarni, Mr. Mohan Raidu, Mr. Raju Kanchibhotla, Mr. Shashank, Dr Gopichand, Dr. Venkateswara during Student Branch Inauguration 67

70 Computer Society of India Stanley College of Engg. & Tech. for Women, Hyderabad Region-v NBKR Institute of Science and Technology, Vidyanagar 20 to During National Level workshop on Programming with C Anil Neerukonda Inst. of Tech. & Sciences, Visakhapatnam During Debugging Contest Stanley College of Engg. & Tech. for Women, Hyderabad 18 & during two days workshop on Robotics in association with Div-V (E & R), CSI NBKR Institute of Science and Technology, Nellore 13 & during two days workshop on IBM DB during 155th Birth Anniversary of Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya (Engineers Day) Stanley College of Engg. & Tech. for Women, Hyderabad during a function for launching monthly news letter of CSI Student Branch Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham (University), Bangalore During one day seminar on How to be a Creative Engineer Mr. Bharat Kumar, Wipro gave an interesting Distinguished Speaker Program on Cloud Computing 68

71 51 ST Annual Report NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte Region-v GITAM University, Visakhapatnam During C programming-based event D Bug C During one day seminar on IT Solutions - Ethical Hacking, Software Engineering & Screenless Display G Pullaiah College of Engineering and Technology, Kurnool Mr. Vittal during the Seminar on Internet of Things NBKR Institute of Science and Technology, Nellore Mr. Rameez Raja, Dr. Nageswara Rao, & Dr. Prem Kumar during CSI Student Branch Inauguration Students are learning the hardware assembly from the trainer during one day training program on Hardware Assembling and Configuration Management Lendi Institute of Engineering & Technology, Vizianagaram Prof. Nataraja Suresh HOD-CSE & Dr. Maruthuperumal, SBC are Interacting with the participants during the workshop on Android Application Development Stanley College of Engg. & Tech. for Women, Hyderabad Principal Felicitating the Chief Guest during Motivational Seminar on Unlock Your Potentials during a Technical Talk on What Exactly Industry is looking in Fresh Engineers 69

72 Computer Society of India Stanley College of Engg. & Tech. for Women, Hyderabad Region-v Kakatiya Institute of Technology & Science, Warangal during Technical Talk on Software Engineering Principles and Practices in Industry Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham (University), Bangalore 19 & Keynote address by Prof Ramachandram during two days FDP program on Research Insights in Cloud and Big Data 6 & Dr. Srinath Srinivasa delivering lecture during Two days National workshop on Knowledge Discovery with Open source Machine Learning Tools for Sc. & Engg. Gitam University, Visakhapatnam During Technical talk Laki Reddy Bali Reddy College of Engineering, Mylavaram During APP BUZZ a one day workshop on Mobile Application Development CVR College of Engineering, Hyderabad 30 & During two days workshop on Ethical Hacking & Cyber Security Mr Pawan Shukla, Microsoft, Hyderabad delivering lecture during invited talk on Internet of Things Dr. Suresh Chandra Satapathy, Chairman, Div-V, Sri Raju Kanchibotla, RVP-V & Sri Mohan Raidu during Student Branch Inauguration 70

73 51 ST Annual Report Region-v G Pullaiah College of Engineering and Technology, Kurnool Dr A P J Abdul Kalam s birthday celebration as Youth Technical Day inaugurated by Dr Prem Kumar M L R Institute of Technology, Hyderabad during one day National Level workshop on ETHICAL HACKING 12 & during Two days Expert lecture on Web and Android Application Development NBKR Institute of Science and Technology, Nellore during one day workshop on Mobile Computing and Mobile Application Development during World Computer Literacy Day during Technical Quiz Gudlavalleru Engineering College, Gudlavalleru Vidya Vardhaka College of Engineering, Mysuru 26 & during Two Days Workshop on Internet of Things Dr R Srinivasan, Past President, CSI & Professor, MSRIT, Bengaluru inaugurated the CSI Student Branch 71

74 Computer Society of India Stanley College of Engg. & Tech. for Women, Hyderabad Region-v N M A M Institute of Technology, Nitte during one Day workshop on Microsoft Azure Prof Bipin Mehta, President, CSI visited the inst. MLR Institute of Technology, Hyderabad during one day workshop on Mobile Computing and Mobile Application Development Gitam University, Visakhapatnam Mr Ram Shankar delivering an Expert talk on Tips on middle tier development in enterprise apps G Pullaiah College of Engg & Tech, Kurnool During one day Workshop on PHYTHON programming NBKR Institute of Science and Technology, Nellore 19 & During a two days FDP on Microsoft.Net framework for project development Environment GIT - GITAM University, Visakhapatnam Dr. Maruthuperumal & Mr. Nataraja Suresh during a Technical event on Knowledge Hunt 27 to During three days workshop on Python Programming 72

75 51 ST Annual Report Region-v Srinivas Institute of Technology, Mangalore Mr. Shashidar & Mr Alwyn during one day workshop on Android Application development using Phonegap APS College of Engineering, Bangalore Mr. Aravind Naik & Mr Manjesh during one day workshop on Image processing using MAT Lab NBKR Institute of Science and Technology, Nellore Student Branch inaugurated by Padma Bhusan Prof V Rajaraman, CSI Life Time Achievement Awardee in presence of Dr Anirban Basu, Vice President G Pullaiah College of Engineering & Technology, Kurnool during Brain Drain Event for II and III Year CSI Student Members Vasavi College of Engineering, Hyderabad during a seminar on Importance of Technology, Database and Communication PIIT, New Panvel Region-vi during guest lecture on Need For Programming Languages and Agile Marathwada Institute of Technology, Aurangabad during Magazine Launch event during Expert talk on Career Guidance and Job Opportunities on.net 73

76 Computer Society of India Late G N Sapkal College of Engineering Anjaneri, Nashik Region-v K K Wagh Institute of Engg. Education and Research, Nashik during Expert Talk on Project Development 18 & during International Conference on Emerging Trends in Computer Engg., Sc. and IT Late G N Sapkal College of Engineering, Nashik Prof Gond, Prof Wankhade & Mr Tanmay Dikshit during Seminar on Cyber Forensics and Network Security IMRD, Shirpur Prof Wankhade, Mr. Prashant Kale, Faculty members and Winners during Poster Presentation Competition on Digital India Week MIT College, Aurangabad During expert talk on IT Experience Sharing Mr Amitesh Kumar, CP, Aurangabad addressing during state level student event on Cybernetics 2015 K K Wagh Institute of Engg. Education & Research, Nashik Region-vi Kavikulguru Institute of Tech. & Sc. (KITS), Ramtek, Nagpur Mr. Yuktesh Chintamadaka welcomed by Prof. Nandurkar during one day workshop on IBM Bluemix. Prof. Bagal, Dr Sane, RVP-VI & Prof Kolapkar are in the picture Capt. Randiwe, Shri Tarun Shrivastava, Dr Bhaskar Patel, Dr Vijaya Mohan, Shri Mahatme and Ms Tapasi Datta during Digital India Week Celebration

77 51 ST Annual Report Region-vI Late G N Sapkal College of Engineering Anjaneri, Nashik Prof Wankhade, Prof Prashant Kale, Prof Shinde & Prof Ankita Raut with Participant during One Day Workshop on Python Programming Institute of Management Research and Development Shirpur 23 & Prof. Wankhade, Prof. Prashant Kale, Prof. Patil & Prof. Desai with Participant during Two Days Workshop on Java Programming Students during IT Awareness program handled by Mr Pinkesh Patil, Net Works Inc, USA Dr D Y Patil School of Engineering and Technology, Pune Mr Pinkesh Patil, Net Works Inc, USA delivering Expert Talk on Web Technologies Kavikulguru Institute of Tech. & Sc. (KITS), Ramtek, Nagpur during one day National Conference on Advances in Computing (NCAC-2015) Bharati Vidyapeeth s College of Engg. for Women, Pune 25 & students during two days workshop on Big Data - Hadoop K K Wagh Institute of Engg. Education and Research, Nashik 29 to Mrs Yamini Mathur during the Workshop on Soft Skill Development 18 & students during Two Day Workshop on Software Engineering 75

78 Computer Society of India Marathwada Institute of Technology, Aurangabad Region-vI MIT, Pune Mr. Kshirsagar addressing the students during one day hands-on session on Raspberry Pi Vidya Pratishthan college of Engineering, Baramati During one day workshop on Linux Administration K J Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai 3, 4 & During Technova' during Cryptography Advance Workshop K K Wagh Institute of Engg. Education & Research, Nashik Mr. Pratmesh Karmalkar, Prof. Sane RVP, Region-VI, Prof. Shahane, Prof Gondhalekar, Staff & students during Expert talk on data sciences MIT, Pune Prof. Sane RVP, Region-VI, Prof Nandurkar, Prof. Agashe & Prof. Kharat during inaugural function of the Workshop on Virtual Lab K J Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai during One day Workshop on PCB Design during one day workshop on Ubuntu 76

79 51 ST Annual Report Marathwada Institute of Technology, Aurangabad Region-vI K I T's College of Engineering, Kolhapur 7 & during two Days workshop on Python during Inter-College Technical Event on Ebullienza 2015 K E Society s Rajarambapu Inst. of Tech., Rajaramnagar MGM's Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering College, Aurangabad Dr. Kulkarni, Director inaugurating the event on Open Discussion on Final Year B. Tech Project Institute of Management Research & Development, Shirpur 30 & Gaurav Kashikar, Ms Parminder Kaur, Mr. Nitin Nalgirkar, Dr. Kale, Dr. Sudhir Deshmukh & Dr. Musande during Student Convention on the topic AGNITIO Mr Vinod Sonawane, Mr. Manish Patil & students during SAP-ERP IT Tour Sharad Institute of Tech. College of Engineering, Yadrav during the event on Career Guidance Kavikulguru Institute of Tech. & Science (KITS), Nagpur 16 & during two days university level hands-on workshop on Hibernate and Spring Mr Venkateswara Rao during Expert lecture on Virtualization 77

80 Computer Society of India Kavikulguru Institute of Tech. & Science (KITS), Nagpur Region-vI K K Wagh Institute of Engg. Education & Research, Nashik Mr Muni Shekhar Reddy during one day seminar on Industry Perception-Cloud Computing Universal College of Engineering, Vasai Student participants appearing for the C / C++ Quiz Competition Late G N Sapkal College of Engineering, Nashik Mr Sridhar Iyer delivering a Technical Talk on Digital Forensics Jeppiaar Institute of Technology, Chennai Region-vII 19 & Prof Wankhade with Mr Anand Shirsat during Two days workshop on Android Application Develop. Sathyabama University, Chennai 5 & Mr Subramaniam, Dr Marie Wilson and Dr Kannan during the workshop on R-Programming Language for Data Analysis & Visulaization Einstein college of Engineering, Tirunelveli Two days workshop on Adobe Photoshop KSR Institute for Engineering and Technology Prof Amudhavanan, Dr Velayutham, Mr Jeyasekar Mani, Mr Harbajan singh & Dr Ramar during National level Technical Symposium 13 & Mr Bhaskaran, Director BILVAA Learning, Chennai during Regional Level Convention. 78

81 51 ST Annual Report National Engineering College, Kovilpatti Region-vIi SASTRA University, Kumbakonam Prof Prashant R Nair, RSC-VII, CSI during National Conference on Computing and Applications NACCA 15 Amrita School of Arts and Sciences, Kochi during workshop on SHORT FILM MAKING Jamal Mohamed College, Tiruchirappalli 30 & during workshop on Data Analysis Using Weka & Bioinformatics Solutions Using R. Shree Venkateshwara Hi-tech Engineering College, Gobi Dr. MA Maluk Mohamed releasing the souvenir during the inauguration of Inter-collegiate Under Graduate Technical Symposium - VARIT 2K15 Valliammai Engineering College, Kattankulathur Workshop on BIGDATA ANALYTICS Mr. Loganathan, ArcusInfotech Pvt. Ltd. during Guest lecture on Software Testing VIT Student Branch, Vellore Adhiyamaan College of Engineering, Hosur workshop on Git Version Control Prof. Sakthivel during one day National Level Workshop on PHP Scripting Language 79

82 Computer Society of India Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan Engineering College, Chennai Region-vIi Toc H Institute of Science and Technology, Arakkunnam Student Branch Inaugurated by Prof Bipin V Mehta, VP, CSI & Mr Rajan T Joseph, Director (Education), CSI Nehru College of Engineering & Research Centre, Thrissur 26 & Dr K C C Nair, Prof Santhosh Kumar & Mr. Arvind Sanjeev addressing the gathering during TECH FOSS 2K15 Karpagam College of Engineering, Coimbatore 28 & Guests during inauguration ceremony on National Conference on Research Methodologies & Effective Documentation using LaTex Er Perumal Manimekalai college of Engineering, Hosur Prof Gowrisankar, Dr Sivaganesan & Mr Pravin Renold during one day Workshop on Hands on Training on Wireless Sensor Networks using Cooja Simulator SKR Engineering College, Chennai 9 & Mr Vasu, & Dr Chitra, Principal during two days workshop on Big Data Analytics with Hadoop Mapreduce S A Engineering College, Chennai Dr Suguna, Dean of CSE awarding cash prize to a winner during National level Tech. Symposium on SKRIPTOS SCAD College of Engineering & Tech, Cheranmahadevi Dr. Viji Rajesh, Dr. Sasilatha, Mr. Kathiresan, Dr. Suyambazhahan, & Prof. Geetha, during CSI Awareness Programme National Level Technical Symposium 80

83 51 ST Annual Report Sona College of Technology, Salem Region-vIi Velammal Engineering College, Chennai Dr. Vijayaragavan Vishwanathan distributed certificates during the contest on Reverse Coding and Ethical Hacking M P Nachimuthu M Jaganathan Engineering College, Chennimalai, Erode Dr. Vijaya Chamundeeswari, Mr. Somasundaram Jambunathan, Dr. Duraipandian & Mr. Muralidhar during National Conference on Advanced Computing Technologies Dr. N G P Institute of Technology, Coimbatore during National Level Conference on Emerging Trends in Information & Computer Science 15 Nandha College of Technology, Erode 19 & during National Level Technical Workshop on Scalable Realtime NoSQL Datastores Einstein College of Engineering, Tirunelveli during National Conference Recent Trends in Computing Technologies & Applications Shri Shankarlal S. Shasun Jain College for Women, Chennai Prof Sivaganesh, Dr Velayutham, Mr Karthick Natarajan, Mr Mathivanan & Dr Ramar during seminar on Advanced Java Programming SRM University, Ramapuram Campus, Chennai participants during the event on Research Forum during the event on Acquisition or Innovation: Which is more favoured today 81

84 Computer Society of India S A Engineering College, Chennai Region-vIi S A Engineering College, Chennai During International Conference on Futuristic Trends in Computing & Communication Einstein College of Engineering, Tirunelveli 19 & During Second National Conference on Trends in Advanced Computing and Applications SRM Valliammai Engineering College, Kattankulathur Dr. Velautham, Prof Ezhilvanan, Mr Mohan, Past President, CSI, Dr. Ramar & Prof. Suresh Thangakrishnan during seminar on Focusing Research and Documentation E G S Pillay Engineering College, Nagapattinam Mr. Saravanan, Dr. Abdul Rasheed, Dr. Murugan, Mr. Sitaraman, Mrs. Meenakshi & Mrs. Revathi during National Conference on Recent Trends in Computational Intelligence SASTRA University, Thanjavur During one week valued added course on Java Fundamentals & Java Programming National Engineering College, Kovilpatti During lecture on Interview Tips Tagore Engineering College, Chennai Mr. Jerart Julus, SBC, NEC during seminar on Digilocker and the importance of Aadhaar system New Student Branch Inaugurated by Mr. Kathiresan, Sr. Manager (Promotions), CSI ED and felicitated by Dr. Kasinatha Pandian, Principal & staff 82

85 51 ST Annual Report National Engineering College, Kovilpatti Region-vIi Valliammai Engineering College, Kattankulathur to during Short term training program on Photo-O-Magic Nandha college of Technology, Erode Mr Manian, GM, Internal Audit and Strategy, Coromendal InfoTech India Ltd during National Conference on Computer Communication and Networking Valliammai Engineering College, Kattankulathur during Academic Seminar IT Trends A Business Centric Views National Engineering College, Kovilpatti to Ms. V Sudha, Asst. Prof. Rajalakshmi Engineering College during FDP on Theory of Computation Einstein College of Engineering, Tirunelveli Mr. Jerart Julus, Dr. Shanmugavel, Dr. Shantharajah & Mr. Sangili Pandi during Student Branch Inauguration & release of Annual Report SCAD College of Engineering and Tech., Cheranmahadevi Prof. Suresh thangakrishnan, Dr. Ramar, Mr. Mathivanan & Ravikumar during prize distribution for the event on quiz programme Velammal Engineering College, Chennai Prof. Harold Robinson, Prof. Balaji, Rev. Fr. Ajan Charles, Mr. Daniel Prakash, Prof. Petchimuthu & Prof. Jeena Jacob during Student Branch Inauguration Dr. Venkatalakshmi, Dr. Rajalakshmi, Mr. Muthusamy Sadaiappan, Dr. Duraipandian & Dr. Vijaya during Student Branch Inauguration 83

86 Computer Society of India Region-vIi SASTRA University, Thanjavur during workshop on Google apps and apps scripts in Education Er Perumal Manimekalai College of Engineering, Hosur Swami Buddhatmananda Saraswathi during Guest Lecture on Youth Empowerment Shree Venkateshwara Hi-Tech Engineering College, Gobi Dr Anirban Basu, Vice President, CSI during Guest Lecture on Big Data Analytics with IoT Valliammai Engineering College, Chennai during Workshop on Web Development Using Angular Java Script Jamal Mohamed College, Tiruchirappalli Mr. H R Mohan, Dr. Vanathi, Ms. Meenakshi, Dr. Abdul Rasheed & CSI Coordinators during Guest Lecture on Big Data & Opportunities Kings Engineering College, Chennai & During International Workshop on Image Processing Research with Matlab SRM Valliammai Engineering College, Chennai Mr. Kathiresan, Consultant CSI, Dr. Mayakkannan, Principal, Mr. Joyson and Office Bearers during CSI Student Branch Inauguration During A National Level Technical Symposium XPLOITS 2K15 VER2.0 & Colossium 15 84

87 51 ST Annual Report Region-vIi PSGR Krishnammal College for Women, Coimbatore Mr Gautham Vivek, CEO, Eccentric Corp.com during Guest Lecture on Search Engine Optimization Adhiyamaan College of Engineering, Hosur Mr Gowri Shankar, CTS, Coimbatore during Guest Lecture on If not now, then when is IT? 24 & Dr Thilagavathy, Mr Stephenraj, Mr Suresh kumar, Dr Lilly Florence, Prof Janani & Ms Malar, during two days National Workshop on PHP & MYSQL National Engineering College, Kovilpatti 26 & Dr Kumar, Resource person guiding the participants during two days National Workshop on Network Simulator 3 (NS3) Mr Chidambaram, Asst Prof, Dept of IT during one day seminar on Research and Documentation SKR Engineering College, Chennai Mr Balamurugan, Student, Final year EEE during one day Seminar on Job Awareness Program Velammal Engineering College, Chennai Dr Kalpalatha Reddy, Dr Suguna, Mr Bhaskaran, Chairman, CSI Chennai Chapter, Dr Senthilkumar, Dr SenthilKumar & Prof Nandhakumar during Student Branch Inauguration Mr Udhayasankar, Dr Duraipandian, Dr Sujatha, Dr Rajalakshmi, & Ms Sathyapriya during one day Workshop on Network Attacks and their Detection Mechanism 85

88 Computer Society of India Region-vIi Nandha College of Technology, Erode during Industrial Seminar on IT Trend Business Centric View Periyar Maniammai University, Vallam during one day Seminar on Computer Graphics KPR Institute of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore Dr Valli Mayil, Dr George, Dr Annamalai Chockalingam & Ms Krishnaveni during one day workshop on Tackling the Challenges of Big Data: Exploring the Research Opportunities Einstein College of Engineering, Tirunelveli 20 & Dr Bommanna Raja, Principal, KPRIET, addressing during a Two Days National seminar on Computational Intelligence in Biological Signal and Image Processing Er Perumal Manimekali college of Engineering, Hosur 24 & Dr Ramar, Dr Velayutham, Mr Mathivanan, Mr Manikandan & Prof Suresh Thangakrishnan during workshop on Advanced Android Mobile Application Development Valliammai Engineering College, Chennai Mr Madhusudhanan guiding the students during the program on e-governance project development for Hon ble Chief Minister Award for young students Er Perumal Manimekali college of Engineering, Hosur Mr Jerome, Stigmata Techno Solution addressing during one day workshop on Security Issues Mr Madhusudhanan during the workshop on MAT Lab the language of technical computing 86

89 51 ST Annual Report VIT University, Vellore Region-vIi S A Engineering College, Chennai during one day workshop on Hardware Upgradation Dr Viji Rajesh, Mr Kathiresan, Consultant, CSI and Prof Geetha during CSI Awareness Programme VIT Student branch, Vellore SASTRA University, Thanjavur during science project competition during one day workshop on Genetic Algorithms Jamal Mohamed College, Tiruchirappalli Einstein College of Engineering, Tirunelveli 9 & The students of Srimad Andavan College of Arts & Science receiving the overall championship from Dr Khaja Nazeemudeen during Inter-Collegiate Technical Symposium Chennai Institute of Technology, Chennai Prof Ezhilvanan, Mr Muthukrishnan, Mr Bharathi Raja, Mr Chinna Raja, Dr Ramar, & Mr Siva Ganesh during Technical Symposium on SMART EINSTEIN 2015 Nandha college of Technology, Erode Mr Ramasamy, Past RVP-VII as Chief Guest during Student Branch Inauguration during Academic Seminar on Theory of Computation 87

90 Computer Society of India J P College of engineering, Tenkasi Region-vIi Nandha college of Technology, Erode & During two days workshop on Implementation of Project Design Using Microsoft.NET Framework SRM Valliammai Engineering College, Chennai During 6th National level Symposium During one day Mini Project Expo During A National Level Technical Symposium XPLOITS 2K15 VER2.0 & Colossium 15 KPR Institute of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore SKR Engineering College, Chennai 18 & During two days National workshop on Big Data Using R Programming L B S Institute of Technology for Women, Trivandrum 11 & Mr Chirg Tank, Dr Suguna & Mr Rathish Babu during Two-day Training Programme on 3D Game Developing KCG College of Technology, Chennai During a talk on Internet Security During National conference on Advanced Computing Technologies (NCACT 2015) 88

91 51 ST Annual Report Adhiyamaan College of Engineering, Hosur Region-vIi Nandha college of Technology, Erode 6 & Dr. Vijaya delivering lecture during National Workshop on Research Trends in Advanced Data Mining Techniques S K R Engineering College, Chennai During Inter Department Meet Einstein College of Engineering, Tirunelveli during National Level Technical Symposium 11 & Prof Amudhavanan, Mr Poovizhi Rajan, Dr Velayutham, Mr Manikandan & Dr Ramar during FDP on Mobile Application Development Laboratory Nandha College of Technology, Erode VIT University, Vellore 7 to during four Days CVAC Training Program on Mobile Application Development Nandha College of Technology, Erode Mr. Arun Kishan handling the one day workshop on Web Craft National Engineering College, Kovilpatti Dr. Thangaraj during the workshop on Basics and Recent Advances of Computer Networking Dr. Gomathi during one day workshop on Big data and Hadoop 89

92 Computer Society of India Einstein College of Engineering, Tirunelveli Region-vIi SRM University, Kattankulathur Dr Ramar, Ms Subha, Prof Suresh Thangakrishnan & Mr Ravikumar during Quiz competition S K R Engineering College, Chennai Mr H R Mohan, Immediate past president, CSI inaugurated the CSI Student Branch Dr Senthil Kumar, Mr Karthick, Dr Senthil Kumar, Mr Prem, Mr Satish, Dr Divya Satish & Dr Suguna during FDP on Mobile Application Development on Android 8 & Ms Kanmani, Dr Suguna, Mr Gowtham, Mr Rathish Babu & Mr Sivakumar during two days workshop on Cloud computing SCAD College of Engineering and Technology, Cheranmahadevi to Mr. Harold Robinson, Dr. Suresh, Dr. Jessiah Selval, Mr. Daniel Prakash, & Mr. Balaji during FDP on Compiler Design Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai to during one week FDP on MS- Access and Outlook Nandha college of Technology, Erode during Tamil Nadu State Level CSI Student Convention Dr Thamarai Selvi, MIT, Chennai delivers lecture during Academic Seminar on Cloud Computing 90

93 51 ST Annual Report Education Directorate Conducted programs with NIELIT, Chennai Sl No Date Title of the program to Embedded Systems Design using MSP to Embedded System Design using MSP to FPGA Based Embedded System Design to Embedded System Design using ARDUINO to Embedded System Design using ARDUINO to Embedded System Design using ARM mbed Student Conventions Sl. No. Region State Name of Institution & Address State Level Student Conventions 1 I Haryana Dronacharya College of Engineering, Khentawas, Farrukhnagar, Gurgaon 2 I Jammu Model Institute of Engg. & Technology, Kot-Bhalwal, Jammu , J&K 3 III Gujarat AES Institute of Computer Studies, School of Computer Studies, AG Teachers College Campus, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad III Madhya Pradesh School of Computer Applications, I University, NH-75, Jhansi Road, Turari, Gwalior 5 IV Odisha Fakir Mohan University, Vyasa Vihar, Balasore , Odisha 6 IV Chhattisgarh Shri Shankaracharya Institute of Professional Management & Technology, P.O. Sejabahar, Mujgahan, Raipur , Chhattisgarh. 7 V Andhra Pradesh NBKR Institute of Science and Technology, Vidyanagar, S.P.S.R. Nellore , Andhra Pradesh 8 V Telengana MLR Institute of Technology, Laxman Reddy Avenue, Dundigal Police Station Road, Gandimaisamma X Road, Quthbullapur (M), Hyderabad 9 V Karnataka Global Academy of Technology, Ideal Homes Township, Rajarajeshwarinagar, Bangalore VI Maharashtra Padmashree Dr D Y Patil Institute of Master of Computer Applications, Sector-29, Near Akurdi Railway Station, Pune VII Tamil Nadu A V C College of Engineering, Mannampandal, Mayiladuthurai Vii Tamil Nadu Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai, Erode VII Kerala Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pattoor Post, Nooranad, Alappuzha Regional Level Student Convention 1 I _ Bharati Vidyapeeth's College of Engineering, A4, New Rohtak Road, near Pashim Vihar (East) Metro Station, New Delhi IV _ C V Raman College of Engg., Bidya Nagar, Mahura, Janla, Bhubaneswar VI _ MET's Institute of Engineering, Adgoan, Nashik VII _ Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College Vattamalaipalayam, NGGO Colony Post, Coimbatore National Level Student Convention 1 VII _ Panimalar Engineering College, Bangalore Trunk Road, Varadharajapuram, Nazarethpet, Poonamallee, Chennai

94 Computer Society of India International activities (April March 2016) Date Event Details & Organizers May May 2015 International Workshop on Intelligent Approaches for Object Oriented Modeling in Component Based Software Engineering (IAOOM-2015) at Jaypee University of Engineering & Technology, Guna (MP) May 2015 International Conference on Emerging Trend in Network and Computer Communication (ETNCC2015) at Department of Computer Science, School of Computing and Informatics Polytechnic of Namibia (in association with Computer Society of India Division IV and Div V) September Sep 2015 International Conference on Computer Communication and Control (IC42015) at Medicaps Group of Institutions, Indore (in association with CSI Division IV, Indore Chapter and IEEE MP Subsection) October Oct 2015 International Congress on Information and Communication Technology (ICICT-2014) at Udaipur ( in association with CSI Udaipur Chapter, Div-IV, SIG-WNs, SIG- e-agriculture and ACM Udaipur Chapter) Oct th International Conference on Transforming Healthcare with IT at Hotel Lalit Ashok, Bangalore December Dec 2015 International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Communication Networks (CICN 2015) Dec 2015 International Conference on Communication and Network ComNet 2015 Issues and Chanllenges with IOT Revolution at Ahmedabad Management Association ATIRA Campus Dr. Vikram Sarabhai Marg Ahmedabad January th Jan 2016 Third International Conference on Information systems Design and Intelligent Applications ( INDIA 2016) at Anil Neerukonda Institute of Technology and Sciences (ANITS), Vishakapatnam, Andhra Pradesh in association with CSI Div-V and Proceedings Support from Springer AISC. March March 2016 Second International Conference on ICT for Competitive Strategies (ICICS-2016) at Udaipur. ( Organized by ACM Udaipur Chapter, in association with CSI Udaipur Chapter) March 2016 INDIACom 2016 : 3rd 2016 IEEE International Conference on Computing for Sustainable Global Development Organized by Bharati Vidyapeeth s Institute of Computer Applications and Management (BVICAM) New Delhi CSI is a member of the International Federation of Information Processing (IFIP), South East Asia Regional Computer Federation ( SEARCC ). The membership continues during the year. IFIP International Federation for Information Processing IFIP is the leading multinational, apolitical organization in Information & Communications Technologies and Sciences. Recognized by United Nations and other world bodies it represents IT Societies from 56 countries/regions, covering five continents with a total membership of over half a million. It links more than 3500 scientists from Academia & Industry, has over 100 Working Groups and 13 Technical Committees. Computer Society of India has been a Member of IFIP for long and has representation in all the Technical Committees. 92

95 51ST Annual Report SEARCC Computer Society of India, Education Directorate Young Talent Search in Computer Programming 2015 A report on National Final Competition Winner Second School Name & Address Delhi Public School Sector 3, Dwarka Team-B New Delhi The National Final Competition of Young Talent Search in Computer Programming 2015 was held on Sunday the 30th August 2015 at Rajalakshmi Engineering College, Chennai. Nine teams from different parts of the country, selected through their respective regional competitions, qualified for participation and all the nine teams participated. Accommodation and logistics for the team members and accompanying teachers were arranged by CSI Education Directorate. Rajalakshmi Engineering College, Chennai were the sponsors of the competition and provided venue, break-fast, lunch and transportation. Prof P. Kumar, Dept of IT, Rajalakshmi Engineering College & Past Chairman, CSI Chennai Chapter coordinated the event. Prof S Venkatakrishnan, former Director (Education), CSI Education Directorate, Mr K Bhaskaran, Chairman, CSI Chennai Chapter & Mr Pramod Mooriath, Past Chairman, CSI Chennai Chapter were the judges. The judges were assisted by Mr Bhuvaneswaran, Mr Rajesh Kannan & other staff and students of Rajalakshmi Engineering College. Arrangements were made to display the current scores of all teams. The following top two teams won the first and second positions and qualified to represent India at the SEARCC International Schools Software Competition 2015 which will be held in Colombo, Sri Lanka between 23rd & 25th October 2015 Winner First School Name & Address La Martiniere for Boys 11, Loudon Street Team-A Kolkata , West Bengal Team Members Mr Animesh Fatehpuria Mr Devang Maskara Mr Shiv Agrawal Team Members Mr Rajat De Mr Anubhav Baweja Mr Sidhant Bansal The prizes were presented by Mr H R Mohan, Immediate Past President to the winners at a function organized after the competition. Prof P Kumar welcomed the gathering. Mr K Bhaskaran spoke on the occasion and appreciated the winners. Prof S Venkatakrishnan advised the students for successful performance at the SEARCC International competition. Mr H R Mohan spoke in length about the CSI initiative from the beginning in the SEARCC competition. Mr Pramod Mooriath proposed the vote of thanks and appreciated the arrangements provided by the college. He also thanked the Management, Principal and staff of Rajalakshmi Engineering College for ensuring excellent co-ordination and support for the event. He also appreciated the services of all CSI staff. International Software Competition Travel support to present papers at International Conferences With a view to encourage members to contribute research and other papers at International conferences in the field of Information Technology, the society has been providing travel support to some members whose papers are accepted for presentation at International conferences. 93

96 Computer Society of India CSI Annual Awards CSI Life Time Achievement Awards & Fellowships During the year, the society with pride and pleasure conferred CSI Life Time Achievement Award & Fellows on its Senior Life Members, in recognition of their significant contribution to the growth of the society and also Information Technology at national level. Life Time Achivements Fellows Dr. Ratan Dutta Sri S Pathasarathy Dr. S Ramani Prof. D K Meena Dr. K K Aggarwal Sri Sanjeev Kumar Dr. P Thrimurthy Dr. Gautam Mahapatra Sri S Mahalingam Prof. A K Nayak Prof. S V Raghavan Prof. Hari Mohan Gupta Hon. Fellows Sri J S Deepak CSI National Young IT Professional Awards at Udaipur National round of Young IT Professional Award was held on 4th March, 2016 at Hotel Inder Residency, Udaipur, Rajasthan under the auspicious presence of Dr Anirban Basu, Mr Sanjay Mohapatara, Prof A K Nayak, Dr Durgesh Mishra and other senior members of CSI hosted by CSI Udaipur Chapter. National Round Winners Team Position Title of the Project Name of Organization Name of Participants Winner Retail Distribution Management VC ERP Consulting Pvt. Ltd Shop No.6/7, Safal Pegasus, Prahladnagar, 100 FT Road, Ahmedabad ( Gujarat ) Hepil Doshi Runner-up GS-3 Automation Harikrupa Automation Pvt Ltd. 302 Kalasagar Shopping Hub Nr. Sattadhar Cross road Ghatlodia, Ahmedabad Pallav Gandhi Sachin Munot TCS Innovation Lab Yantra Park -(STPI) Mumbai Tata Consultancy Services Mr. Rahul SHarma Mr. Aditya Tiwari Mr. Siddhesh Nar Special Mention mkrishi CCA - Helping Farmer Fight Climate Change 94

97 51 ST Annual Report Regional Round Winners Regions Winners Details Team Members Name Organization Name Project title Team Position Region I Winner Eric Holk, Shubham jain, Neha Gupta Runner Up Special Mention Ajay Mann, Yomesh Gupta, Prithvi Bhola Saurabh Kumar Srivastava, Manas Shukla, Parmeshwar Kumar Indiana University, Bharati Vidyapeeth s College of Engineering, New Delhi Bharati Vidyapeeth s Institute of Computer Application and Managemet, New Delhi ABES Engineering College, Ghaziabad IoT and Quantam Computing InUnite Personality Analysis and Person on Social Media Region II Winner Dibyanshu Jaiswal Tata Consultancy Services Ltd A Smart Framework for IOT Analytics Workflow Development Runner-Up Shahnawaz Alam Tata Consultancy Services Ltd Poorman s Digital Stethoscope: An Ultra Low-cost Design Special Mention Priyabrata Chakraverti, Ankita Singh and Soumya Ray Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Kolkata Campus (shared) Pratik Chattopadhyay Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata Region III Winner Pallav Gandhi, Sachin Munot, Shrenik Wakekar, Suchit Patel, Dhaval Shah Runner Up Hepil Joshi, Sukanya Kabira, Anirudha Menon Region IV Winner Sanjaya Kumar Panda, Santosh Kumar Majhi and Swati Mishra Harikrupa Automation Pvt Ltd, Ahmedabad V C ERP Consultancy Pvt. Ltd. Department of IT, V S S University of Technology, Burla, Odisha Runner Up Jatin Kumar Pradhan School of Electrical Sciences, IIT Bhubaneswar, Odisha Region V Winner Mr S Sai Sriram, Mr V Sai Nihanth Runner Up Mr V Saketh Krishna, Mr A Sai Krishna K L University, Vaddeswaram K L University, Vaddeswaram GS3 Automation Retail Distribution Management Efficient Intra-Server and Inter-Server Load Balancing Algorithms for Internet Distributed Systems Multivariable PID compensation with applications Smart Traffic and Transport Management PrintSkool Region VI Winner Mr Bharat Makwana Woxi Programmers, Pune Smart Address Verification (Smart AV) Runner Up Mr Rahul Sharma, Aditya Tiwari and Mr Siddhesh Nar Tata Consultancy Services Ltd, Mumbai mkrishi CCA Helping Farmers Fight Climate change 95

98 Computer Society of India Regions Winners Details Team Members Name Organization Name Project title Team Position Region VII Winner Prof S S Aravinth, Prof T Karthikeyan, Prof. N Jayapandian Team KIOT Salem IOT enabled gps based vehicle tracking and monitoring system using blended technologies Runner Up Ankush Rai Team VIT Chennai GHO'S A Cyber Physical Internet System for Tailing Databases CSI-Nihilent e-governance Awards The Special Interest Group on e-governance of Computer Society of India (CSI SIGeGOV) had organized the 13th CSI Nihilent egovernance Awards (CNEA 2015) on 3rd Dec. 15 at the Bharti Vidyapeeth Auditorium, New Delhi. The event took place coinciding with the 5oth Golden Jubilee annual convention of the Computer Society of India where 45 of the 222 successful nominees received their awards from the Guest of honor Prof. Bipin V. Mehta, President CSI and other dignitaries on the dais. Shri Surendra Kapoor, Chairman SIG egov welcomed the invitees, guests, award winners and delegates and conveyed deep appreciation of the efforts of the selection committee members for their diligent short listing, nominees for their enthusiastic participation and the sponsors Nihilent Technologies for their passionate support and patronage. Speaking at the awards ceremony on behalf of the Convener team Shri Prabhu Gollamudi, said, This year the response from Government officials from across both Central and State Governments departments/ Institutions is very encouraging and reflects on the importance of the CSI Nihilent e-governance award by the practioners/implementers of e-governance projects cutting across functional/ technology domains. He attributed this patronage to the key differentiator - projects assessment process i.e., a multi stage and multidimensional assessment including field visits. He further opined that the sustained efforts of CSI SIG over the last many years in promoting e-governance awareness and knowledge through the awards and knowledge sharing sessions compliment the overall efforts of policy makers towards India transforming to become a Digital India. It has been our honour and privilege to be associated with the awards and we will continue to do so stated Shubhabrata Banerjee, Chief Financial Officer at Nihilent speaking on behalf of the sponsors. Dr. Piyush Gupta, Associate Vice President, NISG speaking on the occasion reiterated the importance of planning and conveyed that projects have to be designed for success including sustaining the initiative by adequate capacity building. Dr. Ashok Agarwal, Founding Member, CSI-SIGeGov spoke about the long and successful journey of recognizing best initiatives of e-governance projects and hoped continued efforts of SIG team will improve the assessment process further. Prof. Bipin V. Mehta, President-CSI, Guest of honor conveyed his happiness of good work by SIG e-governance team and the sponsors and hoped that the entire process will stand as a reference benchmark for evaluating e-governance projects in the country and also hoped projects from many more sectors also participate. 96

99 51 ST Annual Report This year the State of Haryana has won the Award of Excellence under State category and the Union Territory of Chandigarh won the Award of Sustained Excellence under the State category. Four of the 2010 CSI Nihilent e-gov award winning projects were also recognized for sustained project excellence. In all there are 11 projects which received Award of Excellence including 2 from GOI departments, 22 projects Award of Appreciation and 6 projects received Award of recognition. The CSI Chapter Patron Awards 2015 list also included one project from North East region and one project from J&K. The awards ceremony was well attended with Sr. officials from award winning nominees actively participating and expressing their joy representing the winning teams. Kudos for the excellent support of CSI-2015 organizers and Nihilent Technologies for continued commitment. Sr. Name Chapter No. 1 Prof. Ganesh Panday Patna 2 Mr Bharat Patel Ahmedabad 3 Prof (Dr) Dharm Singh Jat Udaipur 4 N Suresh Kumar Rourkela 5 Suman Das Visakhapatnam 6 Chandrashekhar Dahale Nashik 7 Vinayak Umesh Nayak Goa 8 Mr. Palkar Shrikant Vasant Mumbai 9 Munish Sharma Aurangabad 10 S. Ramasamy Chennai 11 Kalyanaraman Pattabiraman Vellore 12 S Mahendra Kumar Coimbatore CSI Academic Awards 2015 Best Accredited Student Branch Award Sl No Name of Awardee Place/City Region 1 ABES Engineering College Ghaziabad I 2 University of Petroleum and Energy Studies Dehradun I 3 Dronacharya College of Engineering Gurgaon I 4 AES Institute of Computer Studies Ahmedabad III 5 Acropolis Technical Campus Indore III 6 Shri Shankaracharya Institute of Professional Management and Technology Raipur IV 7 C V Raman College of Engineering Bhubaneswar IV 8 GMR Institute of Technology Srikakulam V 9 CMR Technical Campus Hyderabad V 10 AISSM'S Institute of Information Technology Pune VI 11 MET's Institute of Engineering Nashik VI 12 Hindusthan College of Engineering and Technology Coimbatore VII 13 Prathyusha Institute of Technology and Management Chennai VII 14 Vel Tech Multi Tech Dr Rangarajan Dr Sakunthala Engineering College Chennai VII 15 Velammal Institute of Technology Panchetti, Chennai VII 16 Jamal Mohamed College Tiruchirappalli VII 17 Amrita School of Arts and Sciences Kochi VII 97

100 Computer Society of India Longest Continuous SBC Award Sl. No Name of Awardee Name of Institution Place/City Region 1 Prof Vijender Singh Hooda Dronacharya College of Engineering Gurgaon I 2 Prof Zakiyabanu Sarfaraz Malek GLS Institute of Computer Technology Ahmedabad III 3 Prof Rajesh Keshavrao Deshmukh Shri Shankaracharya Institute of Professional Raipur IV Management & Technology 4 Dr G Vishnu Murthy Anurag Group of Institutions Hyderabad V 5 Prof D Sirisha M V S R Engineering College Hyderabad V 6 Prof Nandana Prabhu K J Somaiya College of Engineering Mumbai VI 7 Prof Deeplakshmi Sachin Zingade AISSM's Institute of Information Technology Pune VI 8 Prof Anand Vitthal Kolapkar K K Wagh Inst. of Engg. Education and Research Nashik VI 9 Prof Parminder Kaur MGM's Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering College Aurangabad VI 10 Prof Varunakshi Sachin Bhojane Pillai Institute of Information Technology New Panvel VI 11 Dr S Soundararajan Velammal Institute of Technology Chennai VII 12 Dr S Thilagamani M Kumarasamy College of Engineering Thalavapalayam, VII (Autonomous) Karur 13 Dr.Perumal Pitchandi Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College Coimbatore VII 14 Prof K Ramalakshmi Karunya University Coimbatore VII 15 Prof I Jasmine Selvakumari Jeya Hindusthan College of Engg. and Technology Coimbatore VII 16 Prof A Karthikeyan Vel Tech Multi Tech Dr Rangarajan Dr Sakunthala Chennai VII Engineering College 17 Prof L Shalini VIT University Vellore VII 18 Dr G Wiselin Jiji Dr Sivanthi Aditanar College of Engineering Tiruchendur VII 19 Prof M Suresh Thanga Krishnan Einstein College of Engineering Tirunelveli VII 20 Prof V Keerthika Er Perumal Manimekalai College of Engineering Hosur VII 21 Dr S Murugavalli Panimalar Engineering College Chennai VII 22 Prof Resmi Cherian Viswajyothi College of Engineering & Technology Ernakulam VII 23 Dr M V Judy Amrita School of Arts and Sciences Kochi VII Faculty with Maximum Publishing in CSIC Award Sl. No. Name of Awardee Name of Institution Place/City Region 1 Prof Chintan Maheshkumar Bhatt Chandubhai S Patel Institute of Technology Changa, Anand III 2 Dr Hardik A Gohel Atmiya Institute of Technology & Science (AITS) Rajkot III 3 K V N Rajesh Vignan's Institute of Information Technology Visakhapatnam V Paper Presenter Award at International Conference Sl. No. Name of Awardee Name of Institution Place/City Region 1 Dr Aditya Patel AES Institute of Computer Studies Ahmedabad III 2 Prof Chintan Maheshkumar Bhatt Chandubhai S Patel Institute of Technology Changa, Anand III 3 Prof Sanjay Kumar Panda V S S University of Technology Buria IV 4 Dr Diptendu Sinha Roy National Institute of Science & Technology Berhampur IV 5 Prof Pritee Parwekar Anil Neerukonda Institute of Tech. & Sc. Visakhapatnam V 6 Dr Neha Sharma Padmashree Dr D Y Patil Institute of MCA Pune VI 7 Dr G Wiselin Jiji Dr Sivanthi Aditanar College of Engineering Tiruchendur VII 8 Dr E A Mary Anita S A Engineering College Chennai VII 98

101 51 ST Annual Report Highest committed Student Branch Activist Award Sl. No Name of Awardee Name of Institution Place/City Region 1 Mayank Mahajan University of Petroleum and Energy Studies Dehradun I 2 Hingu Naitik Hasmukhbhai Dharmsinh Desai University Nadiad III 3 Mayank Tiwary C V Raman College of Engineering Bhubaneswar IV 4 Aparna Patro Anil Neerukonda Institute of Tech. and Sciences Visakhapatnam V 5 S N P Bharadwaj Lendi Institute of Engg & Tech Vizianagaram V 6 Vamsykiran Maruvada Lendi Institute of Engg & Tech Vizianagaram V 7 Aarshad Dinesh Devani Muffakham Jah College of Engg. and Technology Hyderabad V 8 Kartik Ramesh Iyer Sardar Patel Institute of Technology Mumbai VI 9 Akshay Bhimarav Ghutukade Sardar Patel Institute of Technology Mumbai VI 10 Darshan Haresh Godhia Sardar Patel Institute of Technology Mumbai VI 11 Jinal Paresh Shah Sardar Patel Institute of Technology Mumbai VI 12 Nikita Vinay Moghe Sardar Patel Institute of Technology Mumbai VI 13 Aastha Ashok Jhunjhanuwala Sardar Patel Institute of Technology Mumbai VI 14 Khoshrav Doctor K J Somaiya College of Engineering Mumbai VI 15 Mohit Hitesh Pattni K J Somaiya College of Engineering Mumbai VI 16 Prashant Sanjay Bhende K K Wagh Institute of Engg. Edu. and Research Nashik VI 17 Vishal Pundlik Patil Sandip Institute of Tech. and Research Centre Nashik VI 18 Mrunal Vilas Katkari Sandip Polytechnic Nashik VI 19 Gaurav Kashikar MGM's Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering College Aurangabad VI 20 M Ajay Vethesh Velammal Engineering College Chennai VII 21 S Gayathri National Engineering College Kovilpatti VII 22 G J Ramesh National Engineering College Kovilpatti VII 23 I Abubakkar Siddique National Engineering College Kovilpatti VII 24 G Hema National Engineering College Kovilpatti VII 25 P Sangilipandi National Engineering College Kovilpatti VII 26 Manuraj V R Hindusthan College of Engg. and Technology Coimbatore VII 27 Pranav Bolar VIT University Vellore VII 28 K Ajith Kumar Vel Tech Multi Tech Dr Rangarajan Dr Sakunthala Chennai VII Engineering College 29 M Priyadarshini Vel Tech Multi Tech Dr Rangarajan Dr Sakunthala Chennai VII Engineering College 30 R Priyadarshini Vel Tech Multi Tech Dr Rangarajan Dr Sakunthala Chennai VII Engineering College 31 R Rakesh Vel Tech Multi Tech Dr Rangarajan Dr Sakunthala Chennai VII Engineering College 32 S Jayanthi Vel Tech Multi Tech Dr Rangarajan Dr Sakunthala Chennai VII Engineering College 33 J Brinda Vel Tech Multi Tech Dr Rangarajan Dr Sakunthala Chennai VII Engineering College 34 Sarath P Amrita School of Arts and Sciences Kochi VII 99

102 Computer Society of India Largest Student Branch Award Sl. No. Name of Awardee Place/City Region 1 Panimalar Engineering College Chennai VII 2 Vel Tech Multi Tech Dr. Rangarajan Dr. Sakunthala Engineering College Chennai VII 3 Silicon Institute of Technology Bhubaneshwar IV Best CSI International students event Host Award Sl. No. Name of Awardee Place/City Region 1 Rajalakshmi Engineering College Chennai VII Highest Sponsorship of CSI events Award Sl. No. Name of Awardee Place/City Region 1 K L University Vaddeswaram V Best Ph D thesis award 2014 Sl. No. Name of Awardee Name of Institution Place/City Position 1 Dr. Suvarna Kumar MVGR College of Engineering Vizianagaram First 2 Dr. L Latha Kumaraguru College of Technology Coimbatore Second 3 Dr. Kuldeep Yadav Indian Institute of Technology New Delhi Third Satish Doshi Trophy for team representing India at SEARCC International Schools Software Competition 2014 Sl. No. Name of Awardee Place/City Position 1 St Jude s Public School & Junior College Kotagiri First CSI Publications A major contributing factor to the image of a professional society is the quality of publications it brings out for the benefit of its members and others. CSI Communications, the monthly publication of the society was published regularly during the year. Prof. A K Nayak, Senior Life Member of CSI and Fellow of CSI contributed a lot as Chief Editor of CSIC. CSI Communications continues to march forward in its quest for improvement in quality and excellence and in this regard special issues containing articles focussed on the following specific themes were published during the year. April 15 Digital India May 15 Cyber Security June 15 Data Science July 15 Emerging Trends in IT August 15 Green Computing September 15 Image and Vide Processing October 15 Data Mining November 15 GRID Computing December 15 ICT Applications January 16 Open Source Software February 16 Computer Networks March 16 Digital Forensics CSI Transactions CSI Publication Company headed by Prof. S V Raghavan & Sri S Mahalingam shared the data of valid members to the Publishing Co-ordinator of Springer India Pvt Ltd. They in turn generated Token codes so that the Journal of CSI Transactions on ICT is made available to the members. Acknowledgement The overall performance of the Society during the year was excellent with improvement in service offerings and achievements. A new vibrancy has been evident among chapters, student branches and members at large. The Office Bearers and ExecCom have made relentless efforts in improving services to members and the performance including enhancing the image of the Society further, and counts on the contribution and supports of its members and stakeholders. Also I would like to compliment the efforts of the CA P C Shah, CA Uday Thakur Deasai, SBI, Axis Bank, CSI Headquarter, Education Directorate, Chapter s staff in building a strong support system for the society to function smoothly. Their professionalism and commitment towards work has always been instrumental in conducting CSI activities efficiently. In conclusion, I take this opportunity to express my gratitude to the members, bankers, auditors, employees and all others concerned for their contribution, support and cooperation during the year. 100

103 51ST Annual Report AGM NOTICE 7th November, 2016 Esteem Members of CSI, Greetings! The 51st Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Computer Society of India will be held on Wednesday, 25th January, 2017 from pm to 1.30 pm at Hotel Le Meridian, Coimbatore. Agenda Item 1 : To confirm the minutes of the 50th Annual General Meeting held on 5th December 2015 at New Delhi Item 2 : To receive and adopt the Annual Report for the Financial Year Item 3 : To receive and adopt the Audited Accounts for the Financial year Item 4 : To Appoint the Auditors for FY and to fix their remuneration Item 5 : To ratify the establishment of Chapters and Student Branches approved during year Item 6 : Annual Election year /19 Item 7 : Annual Conventions 2017 & 2018 Item 8: Any other item with the permission of the Chair. Prof. A. K. Nayak Hony. Secretary, CSI 101

104 Computer Society of India The Minutes of the 50 th Annual General Meeting of the Computer Society of India held on 5 th December, 2015 at The Auditorium, Bharati Vidyapeeth Educational Complex, New Delhi. Minutes of the 50 th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Computer Society of India was held on Saturday, 5 th December, 2015 at A.M. at The Auditorium, Bharati Vidyapeeth Educational Complex, A-4, Paschim Vihar, Adjacent to Paschim Vihar (East) Metro Station, Rohtak Road, New Delhi Following members were present : Item 1: To confirm the minutes of the 49th Annual General Meeting held on 13th December 2014 at Hyderabad The AGM & NC Minutes were confirmed and accepted - Annexure I. Item 2: To receive and adopt the Annual Report for the Financial Year The annual report for the year had been endorsed by Execcom & NC. The General Body unanimously adopted the Annual Report containing the activities of CSI for the year as given in Annexure - II. Item 3: To receive and adopt the Audited Accounts for the Financial year The Audited Balance sheet for the year had been endorsed by Execcom & NC. The General Body unanimously adopted the Audited Balance sheet of CSI for the year as given in Annexure - III. Item 4: To Appoint the Auditors for FY and to fix their remuneration CA P C Shah informed Execcom that, due to health reasons, he will not be able to continue the audit work of CSI. CSI Execcom called quotation as per notice in CSI Notice Board at HQ and accordingly, CA Uday Thakr Desai had quoted the lowest rate for conducting audit work at HQ, ED, category A Chapter and Category B & C chapters. The Execcom had recommended CA Uday Thakur Desai for appointment as National Auditor for the year on such terms and conditions as of the last 2 years with the lowest price quoted. The National Council unanimously approved the same. Item 5: To ratify the establishment of Chapters and Student Branches approved during year The list for the establishment of Student Branches (tabulated by ED) is endorsed by Execcom & NC. The General Body unanimously approved the same. Item 6: Announcement of names of the awardees for LTV & Fellow, Chapter & SB level Awards for The names of the awardees in different categories as announced are given in Annexure IV. Item 7: Annual Convention 2016 Dr. Anirban Basu, Vice President & President Elect, informed that the CSI Annual Convention 2016 will be hosted by Coimbatore Chapter and CSI 2017 will be hosted by Kolkata Chapter. Item 8: Any other item with the permission of the Chair During discussion under any other matter, Prof. S V Raghavan proposed that, AGM for the year 2015 condemn 30 days notice period and accept it as AGM - 21 days notice period for 2015 AGM. The General Body unanimously approved the same. Sanjay Mohapatra Hon. Secretary, CSI 102

105 51 ST Annual Report The Minutes of the Annual Meeting of the CSI National Council ( ) held on Thursday, 3 rd December, 2015, 5.30 p.m. at Delhi Hall, Bharati Vidyapeeth Educational Complex, New Delhi Minutes of the 50 th National Council Meeting (NC) of the Computer Society of India was held on Thursday, 3rd December, 2015 between 5.30 p.m. to 6.30 p.m. at Delhi Hall, Bharati Vidyapeeth Educational Complex, A-4, Paschim Vihar, Adjacent to Paschim Vihar (East) Metro Station, Rohtak Road, New Delhi Following National Council members were present : Item 1: Confirmation of the Minutes of the National Council ( ) meeting held on 12 DECEMBER 2014 at JNTU, Hyderabad The Minutes were confirmed and accepted as given in Annexure - I. Item 2: To receive and adopt the Annual Report for the Financial Year The Annual Report for the year had been endorsed by Execcom. The National Council unanimously adopted the Annual Report containing the activities of CSI for the year as given in Annexure - II. Item 3: To receive and adopt the Audited Accounts for the Financial year The Audited Balance sheet for the year had been endorsed by Execcom. The National Council unanimously adopted the Audited Balance sheet of CSI for the year as given in Annexure - III. Item 4: To Appoint the Auditors for FY and to fix their remuneration CA P C Shah informed Execcom that, due to health reasons, he will not be able to continue the audit work of CSI. CSI Execcom called quotation as per notice in CSI Notice Board at HQ and accordingly, CA Uday Thakr Desai had quoted the lowest rate for conducting audit work at HQ, ED, category A Chapter and Category B & C chapters. The Execcom had recommended CA Uday Thakur Desai for appointment as National Auditor for the year on such terms and conditions as of the last 2 years with the lowest price quoted. Item 5: To ratify the establishment of Chapters and Student Branches approved during year The list for the establishment of Student Branches ( tabulated by ED ) is endorsed by Execcom. The National Council unanimously approved the same. Item 6: Announcement of names of the awardees for LTV & Fellow, Chapter & SB level Awards for Reporting of The names of the awardees in different categories as announced are given in Annexure IV. Item 7: Annual Convention 2016 Dr. Anirban Basu, Vice President & President Elect, informed that the CSI Annual Convention 2016 will be held in Coimbatore and CSI 2017 will be hosted by Kolkata Chapter. Item 8: Any other item with the permission of the Chair. It is unanimously resolved by National Council that, due to some unavoidable circumstances on finalising the date & venue for CSI 2015, AGM notice could not sent as per CSI Constitution and not able to meet 30 days notice period as specified in CSI Constitution. It is unanimously resolved by National Council that, for the year 2015 AGM, the 30 days notice period is condemned and accept it as AGM - 21 days notice period for 2015 AGM. Sanjay Mohapatra Hon. Secretary, CSI 103

106 Computer Society of India National Council Members Annual Meeting of the CSI National Council The Annual Meeting of the CSI National Council ( ) will be held on Tuesday January 24, 2017, between 2.00 PM to 3.00 PM. at CRYSTAL hall, Hotel Le Meridien, Coimbatore. AGENDA Item 1: Confirmation of the Minutes of the National Council ( ) meeting held on 5th December 2015 at New Delhi. Item 2: Recommend and Advise the General Body for Adoption of the Annual Report, Treasurer s Report and Audited Accounts for the year Item 3: Ratification of CSI Awards (2016) Item 4: Ratification of formation of new CSI Chapters and Student Branches (upto 1 st December, 2016) Item 5: Brief update on National Initiatives- Strategic Visioning and Setting/achieving goals 100 chapters, professional members, 1000 student branches, institutional and individual members - CSI President Item 6: National / Regional / Divisional / SIG / SEARCC / IFIP - Programmes Highlights and Outcomes Item 7: Lead Chapters Presentations & Update (3 Slots are available on each for A, B, & C Category chapters on first come first served basis Please send in your request with the presenters name to CSI HQ) Item 8: CSI s Road map and : (a) Regional/ Divisional/ SIG/SEARCC/IFIP Activities (b) CSI 2017/ 2018 Annual Conventions Item 9: CSI annual election /19 (National and Chapters) Item 10: Submissions of Accounts by the chapters, participated in joint accounting system on Tally Cloud & Service Tax issues. Item 11: Scheme for augmenting income of HQ and chapters Item 12: Briefing on membership status and membership promotion program Item 13: Brief about CSI workshops and Joint certification programs & Student activities by ED and Prof. P Nair, NSC Item 14: Any other points with the permission of the Chair. Kindly make it convenient to attend the meeting and confirm on With regards, Prof. A K Nayak Hon. Secretary, CSI Year CSI Staff List CSI Secretariat, Mumbai CSI Education Directorate, Chennai Name Designation Name Designation Mr. Dilip Khanvilkar Web Manager Mr. M. Gnanasekaran Manager (Administration) Ms. Sonali Naik Asst. Manager Mr. S. Natarajan Manager (Finance) Ms. Glamina Pereira Accounts Assistant Mr. K. Mythreyan Membership Officer Mr. Swapnil Karkhanis Office Executive Mr. Y. Kathiresan Sr. Manager-Promotions Mrs. Janhavi Tawade Accounts Executive Ms. Miraclin Dories Senior Assistant Mr. Deepak Chavan Office Peon cum Attender Ms. K. Chitra Accounts Executive Mr. A. Sivakumar Assistant 104

107 CSI giving Hon. Fellowship Award to Shri J S Deepak at 50 th CSI Annual Convention 2015 CSI giving Life Time Achievement Awards to Prof. P Thrimurthy at 50 th CSI Annual Convention 2015 CSI giving Life Time Achievement Awards to Prof. K K Aggarwal at 50 th CSI Annual Convention 2015 CSI giving Life Time Achievement Awards to Dr. Rattan K Datta at 50 th CSI Annual Convention 2015 CSI giving Fellowship Award to Prof. A K Nayak at 50 th CSI Annual Convention 2015 CSI giving Fellowship Award to Shri. Gautam Mahapatra at 50 th CSI Annual Convention 2015 CSI giving Fellowship Award to Shri. Sanjeev Kumar at 50 th CSI Annual Convention 2015 CSI giving Fellowship Award to Sri. S Pathasarathy at 50 th CSI Annual Convention 2015

108 Glimpses of Events CSI giving Fellowship Award to Prof. Hari Mohan Gupta at 50 th CSI Annual Convention 2015 CSI felicitating Padma Bhushan Dr. F. C. Kohli at 50 th CSI Annual Convention 2015 Chief Guest Shri. R S Sharma Inaugural speech at 50 th CSI Annual Convention 2015 Executive Committee meeting is in progress at 50 th CSI Annual Convention 2015 Distinguishes speakers talk is in progress at 50 th CSI Annual Convention 2015 Dignitaries launched Souvenir of the CSI-Nihilent egovernance 13th Anniversary of the Awards at 50 th CSI Annual Convention 2015 Computer Society of India Head Office: Samruddhi Venture Park, Unit No.3, 4 th Floor, MIDC, Andheri (E), Mumbai Phone : Fax : Website : http// Regd. Office : 302, Archana Arcade, , St. Johns Road, Secunderabad Phone : Education Directorate : CPT Campus, Taramani, Chennai Tel./Fax :

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