BGSBU organizes seminar on Advancements in Computing & Informatics

SRINAGAR: Department of Information Technology, Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University Rajouri organized a National Seminar on Advancements in Computing & Informatics on Zoom platform.
Prof. Javed Musarrat, Vice Chancellor, BGSB University Rajouri, in his address expressed great satisfaction in the deliberations during the day, in which he also participated actively.
Speaking on the occasion, Prof. Musarrat called upon the IT professionals to leverage the benefits of vast amounts of data in the healthcare domain and design path-breaking solutions for the benefit of common man on one hand and sharing this data, information and solutions with peers for further improvements, on the other. In his address, Prof. Musarrat talked about Intelligent CAD, Knowledge based Engineering (KBE), and Model based Reasoning (MBR), Deep Learning and 3D Printing and its applications in healthcare.
Prof. Iqbal Perwez, Dean Academic Affairs, BGSBU in his welcome address highlighted the need of conducting such academic and research activities. He said that BGSBU under the steward leadership of Prof. Javed Musarrat has been at the forefront of responding to the ongoing crisis due to covid-19 pandemic. A range of events to cater to the academic community have been organized during the Covid-19 crisis to effectively channelize the academic pursuits of students, scholars and faculty, he mentioned.
Domain experts who deliberated on various themes of the seminar included, Prof. Abdul Wahid, Dean School of Informatics, MANUU, Hyderabad, Prof. Vinod Sharma, Director Poonch Campus, University of Jammu, Prof. Manish Jindal, Department of Computer Science and Applications, Panjab University Regional Center, Muktsar, Punjab, and Dr. Rashid Ali, Associate Professor, Department of Computer Engineering, AMU, Aligarh.
Dr. Tasleem Arif, Head Department of Information Technology and Organizing Secretary of the Seminar, while presenting the seminar report, exuded the confidence that IT technocrats, researchers and academics would find plethora of ways in which existing technologies can be harnessed to mitigate the challenges posed by COVID-19 to higher education and finding ways to rejuvenate the academic activities in the prevalent scenario.
Prof. G.M. Malik, Dean of Students proposed a vote of thanks. Prof Malik expressed his gratitude to the invited speakers who carved out some time from their busy schedules for delivering lectures in the seminar and participating in the discussions. The seminar was attended by Deans of various schools of studies, Registrar & Controller of Examinations, Heads of various departments of the university. 350 participants from universities, colleges, school education department, technical education department, industry and Government departments, having registered for seminar.

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