I-MUN 2017

I-MUN 2017; Our first step into the world of diplomacy.

A two day conference addressing extremely sensitive global issues through debating and discussions leading to finding solutions that help change world perceptions, is what I-MUN comprises of.

(19th and 20th December 2017).

This year I-MUN hosted it’s sixth edition in a bigger, better and much magnificent manner where we welcomed participating delegates of about 150 countries. The event was regulated by our HOD and event adviser, Prof. Sonali Shrotri.

The first day of i-MUN started with a welcome note and introduction to I-MUN by our anchors Divya Khanna and Neha Vyas in Dhruv Auditorium followed by a women centric themed welcome dance.

This was followed by our principal, Dr Anjali Kalkar addressing the gathering and welcoming the dignitaries.
Professor Chetan Wakalkar, the group director of IGI along with all respected dignitaries, was invited for the badging of the Executive Board members and the USGs and Coordinators of committees following which he released the magazine of I-MUN 2017, “The Connaissance” and also enlightened everyone about the history of MUN. The opening ceremony came to a halt with the Secretary General of I-MUN, Vippin Babu declaring the I-MUN 2017 open.

All councils commenced with their discussions at 12 noon.

UNSC was headed by Samriddh Tilwani and Kaif Kutchwala addressing the maintenance of stability in the Korean penimsula, while the UNODC addressed drug trafficking and anti military financing networks and was headed by Shreshth Bansal and Moushmi Pardesi.
AIPPM had a constructive discussion on topics like GST and demonetization and was regulated by speakers Kapish Agarwal and Angad Dhupar.
UNESCO dealt with sustainable development in an effort to eradicate poverty by promoting education across the globe. It was regulated by Sakshi Uniyal and Rachit Singh.

The conference of first day ended at 6 pm and included addressing of the problems at a international level.

The second day saw a continuation in the discussion aiming mostly at solutions rather than addressing kg any additional issues. This day also held an informal press award session where the IP gave away goodies to delegates with the best smile, humor or behavior and way of debating.
As a conclusion to the conference all the councils conducted their press release.

The MUN conference proceeded it’s conclusion with the closing ceremony which began with an informal contemporary dance followed by a token of thanks given to the executive board members, usgs and coordinators of committees . All the board members felicitated their best and deserving delegates along with cash prizes.

The two day conference came to a halt with a vote of thanks by the Director Generals Priya Das and Manish Karjol.

6th National Conference at Indira College of Commerce and Science

First day of 6th National Conference and 4th student conference on computer science and applications.

A moment of pride and honor for Indira College of Commerce and science as Prof (Dr). Nitin Karmalkar , Vice-Chancellor of Savitribai Phule Pune University graced the inaugural ceremony of 6th National Conference and 4th Student Conference on Recent Trends in Computer Science & Applications as Chief Guest on 22nd Dec, 2017.

Dr. Anjali Kalkar delivered the welcome speech. Energetic and encouraging sessions by Prof.Chetan Wakalkar, Group Director, IGI and Dr. Karmalkar ignited the minds of the young and budding researchers. The inaugural session ended with the “Vote of thanks” by Dr. Janardan Pawar. Dr. Apurva Desai , Professor from Veer Narmad South Gujrat University delivered an informative and interesting talk on “Natural Language Processing” . Day 2 will be more interesting as we have more speakers lined up.

Second day of 6th National Conference and 4th student conference on computer science and applications.

The day was marked by two enriching and fulfilling talk by eminent speakers Mr. Manu Zacharia the renowned certified ethical hacker and Prof.(Dr.) S. N. Deshmukh from Department of Computer Science and IT (BAMU University, Aurangabad). While Mr. Manu Zacharia spoke on “Web Application Security”, Dr. Deshmukh’s topic was “Social Media-Boon or Bane” .It was a memorable experience for the students with plenty of food for technical thought for the young minds.

The Valedictory function was opened by Chief Guest Mr. Swapnil Mahajan who is a technical lead in Quick Heal R & D department and an innovator. AV was shown highlighting the special moments of both days. Awards were given for first three winners for Student Conference (ANVESHAN) paper presentation. For National Conference paper presentation Awards were given for two categories, Computer Science and Computer Science Applications.

ICCS student placed in Infosys

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Blood Donation Campaign

Blood Donation Campaign

Blood donation camp was arranged by Indira College of Commerce and Science, Tathwade, Pune on 05th December 2017 between 9.30 AM to 5.30 PM. The 156 personnel’s including faculties, non- teaching staff and students donated blood in this campaign.

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Workshop on E-waste collection

Workshop on E waste collection was conducted on 10th December 2017. Mr. Milind Mehtere, Cummins company, Chinchwad, Mr. Vikas Patil, Chairman, ECA and Dr. Chandrashekhar Pawar, ICCS conducted brainstorming workshop for participants.

   

Avishkar Event- 2017-  Dr. D.Y.Patil college, Akrudi, Pune.

Avishkar event was organized by Dr. D. Y.Patil College, Akrudi on 06 December 2017. Total 08 teams representing 14 students from different disciplines was participated in the project. One project got selected for SPPU level (Second level).

   

World Wide Fund for Nature campaign-

ICCS arranged workshop on WWF’s role in environment conservation. Mr. Gahininath and Mr. Pankaj Pareekh from WWF had carried discussion on nature conservation on 9th December  2017.

   

Times BBA Education Ranking Survey 2017.

Indira College of Commerce & Science (ICCS), Pune has been ranked 16th in the country and 2nd in Pune by Times BBA Education Ranking Survey 2017.

Also ranked 13th in Top Private BBA Institutes Ranking in India..

Indira Group has always believed in creating Business Leaders of tomorrow and our BBA program at ICCS has provided thousands of industry ready students through professional education.

 

Entrance Exam for BBA, BBA(IB) & BBA (CA) Old BCA 2017-18

Entrance Exam – BBA, BBA(IB) & BBA (CA) Old BCA 2017-18 is schedule on 11th June 2017 at Dhruv Building. Reporting time is 10 a.m.

Second Graduation Ceremony of the Batch 2016

Second Graduation Ceremony of the batch 2016 today at Indira College of Commerce and Science. Congratulations and best wishes to all graduates. Inspirational talk by Chief Guest Dr. Pandit Mali, Director IIMP, Welcome address by Dr.Anjali Kalkar, and vote of thanks by Dr.Janardan Pawar….”

3rd Student Conference on Recent Trends In Computer Science and Application

ICCS organized 3rd Student Conference on Recent Trends in Computer Science & Applications “ANVESHAN 2017”. The Chief Guest for the conference was Dr. Deepak Shikarpur and he gave a wonderful and informative session and guidance to students about future in IT. Technical Speaker Manu Zacharia gave a very enlightening and revealing talk on “State of Cyber Security” which was very interactive and the students discussed with him many of their queries. Total 117 students from various colleges in and around Pune have participated in this by submitting their research papers.

10th State Level Late Shri Shankarrao Wakalkar Debating Competition

Debate Competition

12th January 2017

“A Good debate is aimed at the thoughtful conclusion acceptable to all not just winning the verbal dual.”

Debate, as considered as a verbal dual is actually a method of interactive and representational argument. Debate is a broader form of argument than battle of words. Students are full of ideas and arguments. They need a platform to channelize their energy and enthusiasm. It examines whether a conclusion is a consequence of thoughts, factual argument, rhetoric, which is a technique of persuasion.

Debate improves with knowledge and skills of its participants as debaters. The outcome of a contest may be decided by the quality of argument by judges which in combination of the two.

The Competition was held on 12th   January   2017 at Pharmacy Auditorium.

Subject for Debate:

  • Is Social Media destroying quality human interaction?

Subject for Elocution:

  • India’s performance at Rio Olympic !!.. Who is responsible?
  • Reform, Perform and Transform

* Prof. Pravin Davane, was the chief guest for the Debate & Elocution Competition.

* Competition was inaugurated by hands of Prof. Pravin Davane , Dr. Tarita Shankar and Prof. Chetan Wakalkar, Group Director, IGI.

* The judges for the competition were Prof. Shailesh Sonar, Prof. Priya Deshmuch, Prof. Dr. Gautami Pawar and Prof. Dinanath Patil.

* In all 80 college teams had participated this year for the competition.

Debate Competition:

Winning Team: Hemant Apte and Mamta Jadhav(IGBS College, Parandwadi)

Individual Prizes:

  • 1st Prize: Manya Singh (MIT College )
  • 2nd Prize: Hitika Gupt (Symboisis College)
  • 3rd Prize: Vishal Garge(IGBS College, Parandwadi)
  • Consolation Prize: Sidhanath Ghyawat(IGBS College, Parandwadi)

Elocution Completion:

  • 1st Prize: Vandana Kumari (Symboisis College, Pune)
  • 2nd Prize: Harshil Dhanvani (St. Vincent College, Pune)
  • 3rd Prize: Sunil Parale (Shivraj College, Kolhapur)
  • Consolation Prize: Rohit Chaugale (B.R.Gholap College, Sangvi)