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Issue - 18

newsletter for students, alumni, and friends

October - 2018

In this issue: Cover Story | Campus NEWS | Highlight of the Month | Students Corner | Analepis | Contacts

Cover Story


If you are out there shooting, things will happen for you. If you’re not out there, you’ll only hear about it.

October is the month of festivals. From Durgotsav to Diwali, the city turns into a land of Carnivals. To capture this euphoric essence of fiesta around the city the Multimedia Department of Brainware University in collaboration with Photoframe organized a photo-walk on October 6, 2018 from Kumortuli Park to Mullick Ghat, a place which witnesses all the aspects of the festival, from its inception to culmination.

36 undergraduate and post-graduate students, led by Mr. Avik Mitra, walked with their cameras and captured the festal mood of the city from 2 pm to 6 pm.

Campus news

Seminar on Block Chain & AI

Department of Computational Science and Department of Computer Science & Engineering of Brainware University had organized a Seminar in collaboration with Facebook Developer Kolkata Circle on Block Chain & AI on 5th October, 2018 presented by Mr. Sabyasachi Mukherjee and Mr. Debraj Dey. AI, or Artificial Intelligence is the theory of building machines capable of performing tasks that seem to require intelligence. And Blockchain, on the other hand, is a system which stores data in an encrypted, distributed archival format. These are two of the biggest technology trends in today’s world. This Seminar addressed these issues in a very lucid manner and answered all the queries raised by the students so that they can be aware and prepared for the recent industry trends.

Seminar on Design and Implementation of Information Security

Department of Computational Science and Department of Computer Science & Engineering of Brainware University had organized a departmental seminar on "Design and Implementation of Information Security'', presented by Dr. Soumya Paul, Head of the Department, Computational Science, Brainware University on October 26, 2018. Internet is growing day by day with its uses. So it is needed to design and implement the new algorithms to make more secure communication every time. The main aim of this topic is to secure the data transmission using symmetric key cryptography with the help of neural network architecture supporting Multilayer Feed forward Network. Here a random key is generated based on the length of the plaintext and is applied to the message to convert it to the cipher text, which is further coded with the hidden layers of neural network to make the final cipher text more secured. In decryption process the cipher text is decrypted with the help of private key at receiver end and the original text is received, thus the confidentiality of the message is maintained.

Highlight of the Month

Blood Donation Camp

Tears of a mother cannot save her child, but a person’s blood can. The NSS Unit of Brainware University, in association with Barasat District Hospital Blood Bank, organized a blood donation camp on October 6, 2018. The event was inaugurated by Sri Sunil Mukherjee, the Chairman of Barasat Municipality, Dr. Subrata Kumar Dey, our Honorable Vice-Chancellor and Mrs. Mahua Pal, the Registrar of Brainware University. Seventy donors have participated in the event including the students and employees of the University.

Students' Corner

India Film Project

You cannot use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have. This was motto of the students of the Multimedia Department of Brainware University, when they participated in the India Film Project: film making hours – a national level film making competition.

It was a 50 hour long competition in which the participating group of students was given a topic and they had to write the script, prepare the location of shooting, shoot, edit, dub, prepare the background sound, do color correction and finally render the final output and send it to the organizers through internet upload. It was a team competition comprising of 20 members led by Mr. Avik Mitra. The event started on 28th of September and concluded on 30th of September 2018. The participants stayed in the campus during this period of time.


World Pharmacists’ Day

This year, on 25th September the World Pharmacists’ Day was celebrated at B.C. Roy auditorium of NRS medical college at the initiative of Bengal branch of Indian Pharmaceutical Association. Prof. Saibal Mukherjee (Principal, NRS Medical College and Hospital), Prof. Karabi Boral (HOD, Anatomy department, NRS Medical College and Hospital) and Mr. Prabir Banerjee (President, IPA, Bengal Branch) graced the occasion. Students and faculty members from the Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, Brainware University also participated in this programme. The theme of World Pharmacists Day was “Pharmacists-Your medicines experts”. The day was celebrated with scientific and awareness lectures on the present scenario of the health care delivery systems and the responsibility and status of the Pharmacists. An awareness rally with placards has been organized from NRS Medical College and Hospital to Park Circus.

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