Monday, January 18, 2021

Join The International Education and Skill Summit from 27th to 30th January 2021

Nurturing Sustainability, Education and Learning – 2022 and beyond



Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology (MAKAUT), West Bengal in association with India Didactics Association & other International Partners invites all Senior Management and educator delegations from different institutes to be a part of World’s Largest Virtual Conference with an opportunity to interact with global education leaders from 30+ Countries, 150+ Speakers and 6+ Continents.

Name:

TIESS – The International Education & Skill Summit

The summit’s theme is: “Nurturing Sustainability, Education and Learning – 2022 and beyond: Listen, Contribute, Collaborate and Learn Together”. 


Dates: - 27 | 28| 29 | 30 January 2021

Kindly register on the link below to avail your free invite (limited seats available)

Registration Link -  https://bit.ly/3mhJM3n

E -Certificates will be given with a minimum attendance of 6 hrs. over 4 days

Join us as the Webinar brings together policy makers, passionate educators, leaders and experts from across the globe for thought-provoking and enlightening deliberations and discussions about the future of education.

For any queries related to the event and registration

Please Contact:

Ms.Garima Goel

Mobile: 9873939560

Email: garima@indiadidac.com

For more information about the University please visit: https://www.makautwb.ac.in/  

Sunday, January 17, 2021

Get Updated on the Results of First Hackathon Organized by MAKAUT, WB and the Department of Information Technology (IT), Govt. of West Bengal

The Institutes Performed Excellent at MAKATHON

 

A number of institutes participated at the first ever Hackathon organized by Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology (MAKAUT), WB and the Department of Information Technology (IT), Govt. of West Bengal for the students of MAKAUT and other InstitutionsThe Hackathon was entitled MAKATHON and encompassed ideas in the fields of Agriculture, Behaviour, Digital Health, Education, Environment, Safety and Supply Chain.


The Final of the MAKATHON was organized on 15th January, 2021. The Champion of Champions was Bengal School of Technology & Management of Chuchura, Hooghly.

The other winners in the Seven Tracks are:
  • 1st Prize in Agriculture      Gupta College of Engineering
  • 1st Prize in Behaviour        Future Institute of Engineering                                                    & Management
  • a)1st Prize in Education    Future Institute of Engineering                                                    & Management 
  • b) 2nd Prize in Education  Techno Main Salt Lake
  • 1st Prize in Environment  Bengal School of Technology &                                                    Management
  • 1st Prize in Safety              Institute of Engineering and                                                         Management
  • 1st Prize in Supply Chain      Techno Main Salt Lake
  • 2nd Prize in Supply Chain   a) Gupta College of                                                                        Technological Sciences              b) Techno Main Salt Lake
  • 1st Prize in Digital Health     Techno International New Town
  • 2nd Prize in Digital Health    Rabindra Bharati University
To know in details about the teams please go to the link:

The entire programme was partnered by:

The Bengal Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) and the Center for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), Kolkata.

A hackathon is a design sprint-like event, in which computer programmers and others are involved in software development. Also, graphic designers, interface designers, project managers, domain experts and others collaborate intensively on software projects. The goal of a hackathon is to create functioning softwares or hardwares by the end of the event. 

Hackathons tend to have a specific focus, which can include the programming language used, the operating system, an application, an application programming interface  (API), or the subject and a group of the programmers.


The participants work in small groups and encourage creative thinking. This leads to the evolution of innovative new concepts, ideas, and prototypes. 

For more information about the University please visit: https://www.makautwb.ac.in/  

Saturday, January 16, 2021

COVID-19 Vaccination: An Update

 

Attend the Webinar Organized by MAKAUT, WB on 18.01.2021

Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology (MAKAUT), WB is organizing a Webinar on COVID-19 Vaccination on 18th January, 2021 from 7.30 p m onwards. Eminent speakers will provide an update on COVID-19 Vaccination, for which all are eagerly waiting. 

The eminent Panelists are:

  • Prof. (Dr.) Saikat Maitra, Hon'ble Vice Chancellor, MAKAUT, WB
  • Prof. (Dr.) Mushtaq Ahmad Siddiqi, Hon'ble Vice Chancellor, Islamic University of Science & Technology, Jammu & Kashmir
The eminent Speakers are:
  • Prof. (Dr.) Pradip Mitra, Head of COVID Monitoring Task Force and Formerly Director of Medical Education, Dept. of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of West Bengal
  • Prof. (Dr.)  Prantar Chakrabarti, Former Head of Haematology, NRS Medical College, Kolkata. Presently Adviser Vivekananda Institute of Medical Science/Fortis/Nightingale/Apex Institute of Medical Science and Honorary Consultant MAKAUT, WB
  • Prof. (Dr.) Debasish Bhattacharya, Director of Medical Education, Health & Family Welfare Dept., Govt. of West Bengal
  • Dr. Subhrojyoti Bhowmick, Clinical Director, Medical Quality and Clinical Research at Peerless Hospital, Kolkata and Honorary Consultant MAKAUT, WB
The Coordinator of the programme is Prof. (Dr.) Sibamay Dasgupta, Director of the School of Engineering Sciences, MAKAUT, WB.

Registration is open at the following link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_5pkQ-0P0SFWfckbFn648wQ

You can also mail at:

makautwebinar@gmail.com

It is mandatory for all newly admitted First Year students to attend this program.





For more information about the University please visit: https://www.makautwb.ac.in/  

Know the Unknown Facet of Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy and Earn Points for Mandatory Additional Requirements (MAR)

 


The Department of Media Science of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology (MAKAUT), WB is organizing an Online Lecture Series by eminent Radio-Oncologist Dr. Sankar Nath on "Iconic Figures of Bengal Renaissance and their Relevance Today". 

The Episode V will be on 17/01/2021 from 7pm to 9pm (IST) and the topic is:

"TEACHER EXTRAORDINARY
THE UNKNOWN FACET OF BHARATRATNA
DR. BIDHAN CHANDRA ROY"

This series of programmes will be under Mandatory Additional Requirements (MAR) for the students with each program fetching 1 point. The maximum permissible points will be 20 for attending 20 such motivational lectures. There will be a separate category in the MAR Record Sheet for such lecture series. Students have to answer a quiz at the end of the programme and will get a certificate. It is mandatory for all newly admitted First Year students to attend this program.

Registration is Open now.

Register in advance for this webinar: http://bit.ly/2MVLHi3

After registering, you will receive a confirmation e-mail containing information about joining the webinar.

You can also mail at:
 
The Webinar will also be live streamed in this YouTube Channel. Students can participate from this link too.

The other eminent speakers of the programme are:

  • Hon'ble Vice-Chancellor of MAKAUT, WB Prof. (Dr.) Saikat Maitra 

  • Prof. Sibamay Dasgupta, Director, School of Engineering Sciences, MAKAUT, WB

  • Prof. (Dr.)  Prantar Chakrabarti, Former Head of Haematology, NRS Medical College, Kolkata. Presently Adviser Vivekananda Institute of Medical Science/Fortis/Nightingale/Apex Institute of Medical Science

  • Dr. Subhrojyoti Bhowmick, Clinical Director, Medical Quality and Clinical Research at Peerless Hospital, Kolkata

  • Mr. Krishnendu Saha, HoD, Media Science, MAKAUT, WB

The keynote eminent speaker of this webinar, to be organized by MAKAUT, WB is Dr. Sankar Nath. He is one of the finest Radio-Oncologist of India, possessing immense experience. After completing his MBBS from Calcutta Medical College in the year of 1975, he completed his DMRT in the year of 1979-80 and has worked in the Oncology Department of Calcutta Medical College and Bankura Sammilani Medical College. He joined the Dept. of Oncology at R. G. Kar Medical College and retired as a senior Oncologist from there. He has been enlightening the PG students with his immense knowledge of Medical Physics as a guest lecturer. Dr. Nath has been awarded with Rabindra Purashkar, by the state of West Bengal in 2014 for his research oriented book 'Kolkata Medical Colleg-er Gorar Katha O Pandit Madhusudan Gupta' in Bengali. Dr. Nath is an ardent writer on popular science in different journals.

For more information about the University please visit: https://www.makautwb.ac.in/  

Sunday, January 10, 2021

Love Mathematics to Overcome Fear

 

Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology (MAKAUT), West Bengal organized an interaction with experts to help the school and college students overcome their phobia in mathematics. Many students experience such fear and are unable to score good marks in mathematics. The programme named MAKAUT er Bandhan was organized under the School Connect initiative of MAKAUT on 10.01.2021 in online mode.

The experts guided the students of schools and colleges to overcome the fear of mathematics and experience a lucid learning process. Students, guardians and teachers of schools and colleges interacted with experts directly in virtual mode. E-Certificates were provided to all.

Prof. (Dr.) Saikat Maitra at the Webinar
At the outset, the Hon'ble Vice Chancellor of MAKAUT, Prof. (Dr.) Saikat Maitra pointed out that the University aims to inculcate a love for Mathematics amongst the students. This is so, because in future Computer Programming is going to be important for all subjects across professions. Logical thinking power will develop if a student is able to love Mathematics. Thus the school teachers will have to take a long term initiative to help the students overcome their fear in Mathematics.

Prof. (Dr.) Indranil Mukherjee, Director of School of Management Sciences, MAKAUT addressed the school students and said. "Enjoy whatever you are doing and Mathematics is no exception. Continuous practice can help you develop a taste towards Mathematics. It is a subject, which is relevant in every step of life. So, when you study Mathematics ask yourself, why are you learning it? What would have happened if you have not learnt it?"


Prof. P. N. Dutta
Prof. (Dr.) Sukhendu Samajdar, the Director of School of Natural, Applied and Social Sciences of MAKAUT stressed the importance of systematic approach, a process of retrieval and emphasize on practice in the teaching of Mathematics. the students must realize that Mathematics is not a source of fear, but fun.

An eminent Professor of Mathematics under West Bengal Educational Service and presently teaching at MAKAUT, WB Dr. Prasanta Narayan Dutta pointed out that, the main reason behind the phobia in Mathematics is a mental blockage. Students often do not have a clear cut idea about the unique nature of Mathematics and try to learn it by heart. But unlike many other subjects, Mathematics cannot be mastered in that way. As soon as a student tries to learn Mathematics by heart, fear creeps in because such a technique does not work at all. 

In order to help the students overcome such fear, the teachers have to present the subject in an interesting way. Only memorizing formulae, without understanding would not do. A student has to discover he inherent rhythm in nature, example when snow flakes fall, clouds roam in the sky, in the design of ordinary vegetables like cauliflower, in the shapes of our various organs and so on. These instances of realistic Mathematics should be pointed out before the students, so that they are enthusiastic to learn the subject. 

Mastering Mathematics will help to reduce the impact of illogical thinking, present in every individual. Prof. Dutta also pointed out the importance of peer learning, that is problem solving with friends in a group as a very effective technique of mastering Mathematics. A new technique of Formative Evaluation is also important to help the students overcome their fear. In this method, the process of thinking is given importance, not only obtaining the end result or answer.  

Dr. Partha Karmakar Dy. Secretary (Academic), West Bengal Board of Secondary Education advised the teachers to emphasize on various concepts of Mathematics. A knowledge of the history of Mathematics is required and only learning of text books is not sufficient. Organizing of Mathematics Fair, Seminars, Hands-on training are necessary. An advice to the teachers is: "Teach he student, not the subject". The importance of Mathematics Laboratory is immense in clearing he conception of students.

Mr. Subrata Kumar Biswas
, Fellow of Maths in SCERT (WB), said that sincerity and hard work are important in understanding Mathematics and for this there must be a good relationship between the students and teachers.

Prof. (Dr.) Pravangshu Shekhar Das, Guest Prof. MAKAUT Concluded by saying : If you love Maths, then Maths will love you and this is universal truth. 

Many students and teachers participated in he question-answer session and interacted with the experts.



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Saturday, January 9, 2021

Learn the Tips of Earning from the Internet


Join the Webinar Series organized by MAKAUT, WB from 11th to 16th January, 2021

Earning money by utilizing the Internet is gaining popularity day by day. It is also convenient for all, especially during this corona pandemic. In order to use the internet effectively for earning money, one has to learn such techniques carefully.

There a number of opportunities of  making money online by sitting at home:

  • Article Writing Service
  • Freelancing
  • Starting a profitable Blog. ...
  • Creating YouTube Videos or a channel
  • Digital Marketing

Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology (MAKAUT), West Bengal is providing opportunity to learn the techniques of earning from the internet through a series of Webinars, where experts will speak about the tips and show the path to prospective new entrants in this field. The keynote speaker is Prof. (Dr.) Saikat Maitra, the Hon'ble Vice Chancellor of the University.


MAKAUT, WB , WEBINAR TEAM is inviting you to Join a scheduled Zoom Webinar Series. 

Topic: " Online lecture session on Earning from the Internet ".

When: 11th January 2021 to 16th January 30, 2021, Time- 06:00 PM - 8:00 PM India 

Registration Open now.


Register in advance for this online lecture session:

http://bit.ly/35hyEhw

You will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the programme after verification process.



For more information about the University please visit:

Monday, January 4, 2021

Overcome the Fear of Mathematics

 An Initiative of the School Connect Programme of MAKAUT, WB

Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology (MAKAUT), West Bengal is organizing an interaction with experts to help the school and college students overcome their phobia in mathematics. Many students experience such fear and are unable to score good marks in mathematics.

To overcome the fear of mathematics and experience a lucid learning process, students, guardians and teachers of schools and colleges can interact with experts directly in virtual mode. E-Certificates will be provided to all.

Name of the Programme: MAKAUT er Bandhan

Time: Jan 10, 2021 10:00 AM in India
Registration Open now.

Register in advance for this webinar:-

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

The eminent speakers are:

Dr. Partha Pratim Lahiri,
Registrar, MAKAUT
Prof. (Dr.) Saikat Maitra,
Hon'ble Vice Chancellor, MAKAUT















Mr. Subrata Kumar Biswas, Research Fellow Maths in SCERT (WB),
Dr. P. N. Dutta, Prof. of Mathematics, MAKAUT, WB,
Dr. Partha Karmakar, Dy. Secretary (Academic), WBBSE
(from left to right)


Dr. Subhabrata Roychowdhury,
Advisor, MAKAUT, WB
For more information about the University please visit:

Wednesday, December 23, 2020

MAKATHON Finals on 15th January, 2021

 


Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology (MAKAUT), WB and the Department of Information Technology (IT), Govt. of West Bengal are jointly organizing the first Hackathon for the students of  MAKAUT and its Associated Colleges. 

The Hackathon is entitled MAKATHON and is encompassing ideas in the fields of Agriculture, Behaviour, Digital Health, Education, Environment, Safety and Supply Chain.

The Finals of the MAKATHON will be organized on 15th January, 2021. There will be 25 Teams, 7 Tracks and 10 Prizes.

When: 15.01.2021, Time: 9:00 AM (IST)

Organised by 

MAULANA ABUL KALAM AZAD UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, WEST BENGAL

and

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

GOVT. OF WEST BENGAL

Partnered by-

The Bengal Chamber and CDAC

Registration Open now.

Register in advance for this webinar:- http://bit.ly/3nFvjjr

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

The entire programme is partnered by:

The Bengal Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) and the Center for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), Kolkata.

A hackathon is a design sprint-like event, in which computer programmers and others are involved in software development. Also, graphic designers, interface designers, project managers, domain experts and others collaborate intensively on software projects. The goal of a hackathon is to create functioning softwares or hardwares by the end of the event. 

Hackathons tend to have a specific focus, which can include the programming language used, the operating system, an application, an application programming interface  (API), or the subject and a group of the programmers.


The participants work in small groups and encourage creative thinking. This leads to the evolution of innovative new concepts, ideas, and prototypes. 

For more information about the University please visit: https://www.makautwb.ac.in/  

Tuesday, December 22, 2020

Know about the Archaeological Wealth of India from Experts: Join a Lecture Series Today




Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology is organizing an Online Lecture Series on "Archaeological Wealth of India with Latest Definitions ".
The Online Lecture Series session will be held during 22.12.2020 - 26.12.2020, Timing : 4 PM - 5:30 PM)

Registration is Open up to 9 a m today.
Register in advance for this Online Lecture Series - https://bit.ly/3p8p2Nx
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

It may be mentioned at this point that, Archaeology is the study of human activity in the past, primarily through the recovery and analysis of the material culture and environmental data that they have left behind, which includes artifacts, architecture, biofacts (also known as eco-facts) and cultural landscapes (the archaeological record). India has a rich Archaeological Wealth, which is fascinating and needs more in-depth study. This lecture series will certainly inspire everybody towards such studies.

For more information about the University please visit: https://www.makautwb.ac.in/  

Friday, December 11, 2020

Know About the Rich Heritage of Bengal and Earn Points for Mandatory Additional Requirements (MAR)

 



The Department of Media Science of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology (MAKAUT), WB is organizing an Online Lecture Series by eminent Radio-Oncologist Dr. Sankar Nath on "Iconic Figures of Bengal Renaissance and their Relevance Today". 

The Episode IV will be on 12/12/2020 from 7pm to 9pm (IST) and the topic is:

"AKSHAY KUMAR DUTTA--PIONEER IN SCIENCE EDUCATION IN VERNACULAR"

This series of programmes will be under Mandatory Additional Requirements (MAR) for the students with each program fetching 1 point. The maximum permissible points will be 20 for attending 20 such motivational lectures. There will be a separate category in the MAR Record Sheet for such lecture series. Students have to answer a quiz at the end of the programme and will get a certificate. It is mandatory for all newly admitted First Year students to attend this program.

Registration is Open now.

Register in advance for this webinar: 

https://bit.ly/3oyxlSi

After registering, you will receive a confirmation e-mail containing information about joining the webinar.

The Webinar will also be live streamed in this YouTube Channel. Students can participate from this link too.

The other eminent speakers of the programme are:

  • Hon'ble Vice-Chancellor of MAKAUT, WB Prof. (Dr.) Saikat Maitra 

  • Prof. Sibamay Dasgupta, Director, School of Engineering Sciences, MAKAUT, WB

  • Prof. Nandan Sengupta, College Ambassador, Cambridge Marketing College, UK

  • Prof. Sriyankar Acharya, Dept. of CSE, MAKAUT, WB

  • Mr. Krishnendu Saha, HoD, Media Science, MAKAUT, WB

The keynote eminent speaker of this webinar, to be organized by MAKAUT, WB is Dr. Sankar Nath. He is one of the finest Radio-Oncologist of India, possessing immense experience. After completing his MBBS from Calcutta Medical College in the year of 1975, he completed his DMRT in the year of 1979-80 and has worked in the Oncology Department of Calcutta Medical College and Bankura Sammilani Medical College. He joined the Dept. of Oncology at R. G. Kar Medical College and retired as a senior Oncologist from there. He has been enlightening the PG students with his immense knowledge of Medical Physics as a guest lecturer. Dr. Nath has been awarded with Rabindra Purashkar, by the state of West Bengal in 2014 for his research oriented book 'Kolkata Medical Colleg-er Gorar Katha O Pandit Madhusudan Gupta' in Bengali. Dr. Nath is an ardent writer on popular science in different journals.

For more information about the University please visit: https://www.makautwb.ac.in/