Activities of CSI Student Chapter | The Northcap University

The Computer Society of India (CSI), Student Chapter organized a gaming event on 9 February 2017, during the Club Week. The objective of the event was to motivate students to learn and apply the current trends. Several games were developed by CSE 1st year students ‘Star Wars’ by Ranjeet Singh Rajput, ‘Ninja Warrior’ by Ravi Rathee, ‘Platform’ by Ravi Kundu, ‘Bounce’ by Rohit Chahar and ‘Walking Dead’ by Pulkit Talwar. Students and faculty from various branches came forward enthusiastically to play the games. All the developers were awarded prizes.

The event was coordinated by Rachita Gupta and Rahul under guidance of Dr A Charan Kumari, CSI Students Branch Counsellor.



CSI, Student Chapter organized a one hour awareness session for 1st and 2nd Year computer science students on 7 Feb 2017 at The Northcap University – Best engineering university in India. The objective of the session was to make students aware of competitions and opportunities for which they can gear themselves up.
Abhay Abraham and Urvika Gola, CSE 3rd Year, had an interactive session with CSI students. Abhay gave a live-demo on how to get started with competitive programming through enrolling on platforms like ‘HackerRank’. Abhay also gave a brief introduction to LISP programming language and taught lines of code using LISP.

Urvika talked about her experience being an Open Source Developer at Outreachy as an intern. She explained on ‘How to get started with Open Source’. She also briefed about the selection procedure and the work she is doing using Android Development and Java in her project.

This session was coordinated by Dr Prachi Ahlawat for the benefit of CSI students.


Student Speak

Mr Shivam Garg EECE Class of 2016

“I feel privileged to be part of The NorthCap University’s growing family. After pursuing the competitive BTech programme in Electronics and Communication Engineering, working for a US based Multinational Company dealing in electronic design automation for electric engineering and electronics is a dream come true for me! I still remember my initial days at the university when my professors introduced me to various subjects in this area of study. Of all the subjects, I developed a special interest in Digital & VLSI Design. It was under the guidance and supervision of Dr. Neerja Kr. Shukla that I got the opportunity to develop this interest further. He encouraged and motivated me to undertake various research projects, trainings and workshops. He trained me and helped me grow professionally. I dedicate my job with a Rs 10 lakh plus package at a leading EDA company to him, the Dept of EECE and the University!”

Guest Lecture on ‘Plasma Technology: A Greener Remediation for Environmental and Health Problems


Dr. Pankaj Attri visited The NorthCap University, Gurgaon on 25th Jan, 2017 and delivered a guest lecture on “Plasma Technology: A Greener Remediation for Environmental and Health Problems“. He is currently a Research Professor at Plasma Bioscience Research Center and Assistant Professor at Department of Electrical and Biological Physics, Kwangwoon University, Seoul (South Korea). He is a visiting Professor at Graduate School of Information, Science and Electrical Engineering, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan. He is also an Associate Editor for “Scientific Reports” journal by “Nature publishing group.” He is a recipient of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) research grant, one of the prestigious research awards known worldwide. He has made significant and outstanding contribution to science as evidenced by more than 74 research publications in SCI indexed journals, 6 international book chapters with H index = 22 and citations > 1700.



During his talk, Dr. Attri discussed about plasma and interacted with the B.Tech students about the upcoming technologies based on plasma. He briefed about the applications of plasma for health and water purification. His talk gave an exposure to the students about the newer approaches of plasma in different scientific areas. The event was coordinated by Dr Bharti Arora, Dy Dean-RDIL.

Intelligent Transportation System

Akshat Mathur
Shubham Sehgal

Dept of EECE
The Northcap University, Gurugram

With the advent of smart technology in every field, it is imperative to establish the transportation system as smart. Considering the spread of transport network, a method needs to be devised which can easily be used with the present technology. The following text focuses on Intelligent Transportation. There is no technology being used presently that assists transportation through visible light. According to World Health Organization, a major cause of deaths in the 21st Century is road accidents. Therefore, using the intelligent transport system as a measure to controls such things will act as a boon. Some of the techniques of this system that we quote here include Smart Obstacle Intimation System and Smart Speed Control Mechanism. Some of the advantages of implementing this technology are decrease in the number of road accidents, proper and easy maintenance of traffic rules, assistance in learning driving for amateurs, control of traffic light timers. For measuring traffic density, Vehicle reidentification method is used which requires sets of detectors mounted along the road. In this technique, a unique serial number for a device in the vehicle is detected at one location and then detected again further down the road. Speed is calculated by comparing the time at which a specific device is detected by a pair of sensors.

In Visible Light Communication (VLC), communication takes place using visible light in which LEDs perform two functions simultaneously – illumination and communication. ITS using visible light would use the light from the street lamp posts as a source to communicate. In VLC system, modulation of intensity of light is done in such a way that it is undetectable to human eye and has no effect on the illumination functionality. LEDs are used for transmission purpose because of its certain advantages such as high lighting efficiency, long durability, being environment friendly and low power consumption. The transmitters and receivers have same configuration as most of the general analog communication systems. LEDs are used in head/tail lights of vehicles, street lights and traffic lights which makes the deployment of this smart and intelligent transportation system easy using VLC technology. Using this technology the vehicles are able to communicate about the speed, routes, destination, and traffic conditions. Vehicular communication can be Vehicle to Vehicle, Vehicle to Infrastructure, or Infrastructure to Vehicle. The most challenging project which is under consideration of many scientists worldwide is development of visible light communication for advanced driver assistance.

Other applications like Smart Obstacle Intimation System, Blind Turn Assistance etc. are also used in intelligent transport system. Use of VLC in transportation system will be very advantageous since it will make the transportation system faster, easier and safer.

ITS holds a promising sustainable future and can play a vital role in reducing pollution, maintaining better traffic management and enhancing road security. A great initiative has been taken in the field of ITS in many countries including India.

Value Engineering: The Game changer


The Indian Value Engineering Society (INVEST) organized a Value engineering conference on 28and 29h Nov 2016 at Hotel Radisson, New Delhi with the theme – Value Engineering: The Game Changer. In the current environment of cut-throat competition, manufacturing and service industries warrant the exposure and application orientation to the VAVE (Value Analysis and Value Engineering) tools and techniques. This conference has focused on this aspect. The NorthCap University Gurugram’s Prof.Ravindra Ojha was invited to be a part of the panel discussion on the theme along with other notable industry leaders. It was an intense discussion amongst the panelists and subsequently with the audience. The key take away from the panel discussion for NCU is to initiate a deep exposure of VAVE to students who would be leading the industries tomorrow through their curriculum.

Top LLB Colleges in Haryana – Paving Way for Your Bright CareerAhead

India has been the center of quality legal education from the ancient times. Earlier known as Dharma, the Vedic education system gave the numerous legal aspect of governance. There were particular rules and regulations that bounded the society and breaking them provided punishment after due tribulations and trials. However, the history lags behind in all sort of formal education in law.


Interestingly, the former judges usually appointed on the basis of their righteousness and reputation and not onthe merit of their qualifications. As compared with today’s legal education system, the most common thing in the erstwhile times was the morality of wrong and right. Moving ahead with this concept of moral and ethical righteousness, the law and its makers settle on the gravity of punishment and crime.

Degrees and Courses

Despite the existence of several law colleges all over India, the LLB colleges in Haryana have their own significance and reputation. It is the reason that every year thousands of students across the nation come to this city to attain the better education.The law colleges in this city along with other Indian cities provide following degrees to any aspirant who desires a career in law:

Bachelor of Law (L.L.B): It is a three year duration course provided to undergraduates. The course curriculum is pretty standard around all universities and covers diverse topics ranging from the Indian constitution to IPC and Hindu family. Its entire curriculum spread over six semesters, with each semester followed by a qualifying exam for the new semester.

Master of Law (L.L.M): It is a two-year duration postgraduate degree. The eligibility embraces a Bachelor degree in law.

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D):  It is for those who desire to become research scholar on Indian law.

Integrated Undergraduate degrees: Several autonomous law schools provide integrated undergraduate degrees like B.A, L.L.B, B.Sc. L.L.B, B.B.A L.L.B, and lots more.

Admission Procedure and Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility to all the legitimate courses requires completion of undergraduate course in any discipline. The integratedcourses of five years are exception, which can consider afterpassing the 10+2 exams. The vast majority of the LLB Colleges in Haryana mull over the scorecard of Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) a centralized test directed by National Law Universities.

Future aspect of Legal Education

With the advancement of time, there is a steady need to re-assess the feasibility of the current legitimate course substance and modify them as and when required. Further, it is must to enforce the quality standards for a continuous period. The legal framework needs to develop a hold on the wrongdoings, which have developed in numbers as well as in complexities.

There is still an overwhelming deficiency of qualified legal counselors in the nation, which is bringing about long growth period before a case is resolved. To bridge this gap, there is need of establishing more legal schools.

M.Tech Colleges in Haryana: Acting as a Helping Hand for Passionate Aspirants

For the growth of economy, there arises urgent requirement of people who can work. It is then yet again, not only about working, however working with expertise with a level of proficiency. Almost all work required the developmental processes that involve some sort of engineering works and the most precise people would be the engineers. Haryana has become the hub of technology because it is the home to some of the leading names in the technology industry.


Not only this, the city also earned a major repute for its education sector and one of the prominent streams in which the Haryana can rival any city in India is technological and engineering studies. The top engineering colleges in Haryana are among the most famous one when it comes to certain factors that are as follows:

  • Infrastructure
  • Exchanges with industry
  • Quality of faculty members
  • Research results
  • Placements

M.Tech. Colleges in Haryana

The leading M.Tech institutes in Haryana are churning out the skilled brains in the stream of engineering year after year. They are experienced and skilled professionals who deploy the principles of science, social science, and mathematics according to the practical expertise to create new applications, devices, machines, processes and various systems and utilize their expertise to construct the structures.

Such promising engineers are competent of taking any venture to an unbelievable extent and can create their own success story. Getting admission in top M.Tech Collegesis not as difficult as you think of; you have to successfully qualify in the entrance exams conducted by several universities to pare the hidden talents. One who desires to touch the greater heights of success in this field can easily appear for the entrance exams in order to get his name enrolled in the respective college.

Role of AICTE

To control and maintain the standard of education, there exists an autonomous body, called as All India Counsel of Technical Education AICTE. It affiliates almost all the universities of Haryana and students’ dream of getting admission to world class programs is here. Students eagerly waiting for M.Tech admission 2016 notification can prepare well to crack any of such entrance exams including M.Tech GATE Exam 2016 with excellence to seek entry in desired colleges.

Why Choose M.Tech Colleges in Haryana?

Since Haryana is the best city for seeking admission in courses like M.Tech, some key factors responsible for choosing the ideal college in this city:

  1. Environment- It is the most vital factor that is responsible while choosing colleges in Haryana. Most of the students give importance to infrastructure however better environment for study is the also the top most need of the students
  2. Faculty and facilities- Along with good environment, the facilities like internet, intranet, seminar halls, hostels, students club etc is equally important.
  3. Consider the placement records
  4. Extracurricular activities