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)


i-MUN 2016

PROFORMA OF i-MUN 2016.

Better world: Comprehension and Revelation

 

The 5th edition of i-MUN resonates with the beat and vibration in the heart of ICCS. This year we have marched further together with a new team of i-MUN 2016. This year we hosted four new councils of assembly which are as follows.

  1. United Nations Security Council- Under the charter the Security Council has primary responsibilities for the maintenance of international peace and security. It has 15 members and each member has one vote. Addressing the borderline conflicts in South Asia is the agenda of this year’s Security Council.
  2. United Nations Women- The organization is governed by a multi-tiered intergovernmental governance structure in-charge of providing normative and operational policy guidance. Violation of women’s rights in the name of religion and culture is this year’s agenda.

  3. Rajyasabha- The rajyasabha or the council of states is the upper house of the parliament of India. Membership of rajyasabha is limited by the constitution to a maximum of 250 members, and current laws have provisioned for 245 members. This year we discuss the issues regarding demonetisation of Indian currency in lieu of the RBI act, 1949.

  4. United Nations High Commission for Refugees-In urban areas, many refugees share accommodation or live in non-functional public buildings, collective centers, slums and informal types of settlements. UNHCR struggles for advocacy, asylum and migration, cash-based interventions, coordinating assistance, education, ending settlements, public health and shelter. This year we have discussed the current issues such as rehabilitation of Syrian Refugees.