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SIRT introduces MIS

The computer centre at Sagar Institute of Research and Technology (SIRT) has just developed Management Information System (MIS) for students, in which general and academic details about each student are updated regularly.

india Updated: Jun 03, 2006 15:29 IST

The computer centre at Sagar Institute of Research and Technology (SIRT) has just developed Management Information System (MIS) for students, in which general and academic details about each student are updated regularly.

Parents or students themselves can access results, attendance, extra-curricular activities (like technical paper presentation and projects), training and placement of individual students at a glance through net. Thus parents can review achievements and drawbacks of each student on the web.

Besides MIS, the computer centre also has an online system for increasing competency among selected students in written and spoken English, increasing their vocabulary from 5000 to 10,000. The system caters to students who are weak in English, helping them to improve their communication skills. SIRT has a well-equipped computer centre with six computer labs, 380 computers, 10 to 11 faculty, four programmers and two operators. The computer centre has been set up under the guidance of
SIRT chairman Sanjeev Agrawal.

New courses in Career College
CAREER COLLEGE, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), has introduced some new courses in hospital management under University Grants Commission (UGC) scheme. These career-oriented courses can be pursued simultaneously with general graduation.

The course includes Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Hospital Management. No other college in Bhopal (other than Nutan which offers Post-graduate Diploma in Hospital Management) offers these courses. Admission is merit-based with 20 to 22 seats for each course. The courses are free of cost for those doing general graduation from the college and they are given training in the 150-bed charitable hospital in the same campus. After completing such courses, students can opt for posts of managers and public relations officers among others in hospital administration.

Sathya Sai to hold summer course
Sri Sathya Sai College for Women, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), will organise a summer course on ‘Indian culture and spirituality’ in their college from June 4 to 11.

Thirty-six lectures will be delivered on different topics like human values, scriptures, spiritual leaders and religions of India. Students will be provided training in devotional and patriotic songs by Dr Sheetal Kumar Mathur from Ujjain. The participants will also receive training in yoga. They will also organise early morning walks accompanied by chanting of Vedas.

Invitations have been sent to 300 colleges in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. Participants will be provided free food and residential facilities, but will not be allowed to venture out on their own during the course period. The course is free of charge. Interested students can register at the college office on June 4.
LNCT music club turns four

‘Photados’, the music club of Lakshmi Narain College of Technology (LNCT) is turning four. The club has been abuzz with weekly activities for the last four years under the guidance of Electrical-Electronics department faculty member Amit Shrivastava.

During second half of every Saturday, the 20-odd members of the club organise competitions of solo, duet and instrumental music. They sing and play music based on patriotic, folk and film songs and Western pop. Students who were already proficient in instruments like guitar, drum, dholak, tabla and synthesiser became members, as regular events and competitions (not training) is the main objective of the club.

‘Photados’ has always been a major attraction on special occasions like Republic Day and Independence Day as also during the college annual function. During this year’s annual function, a three-day event ‘Inferno’ was organised by the club in the manner of ‘sa re ga ma pa’ on television. One hundred and fifty participants from all over Madhya Pradesh participated in this mega event.

Compiled by Arpita Mitra. Photos by Mujeeb Faruqui.

First Published: Jun 03, 2006 15:29 IST