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9th National Conferance on Information Technology & Business Intelligence

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9th National Conferance on Information Technology & Business Intelligence

6th May 2010, Pioneer Institute of Professional Studies, Indore, in association with the Computer Society of India and ISTE, organized 9th National Conference on “Information Technology & Business Intelligence” (ITBI-2010).

On 6th May, 2010, Pioneer Institute of Professional Studies, Indore, in association with the Computer Society of India and ISTE, organized 9th National Conference on “Information Technology & Business Intelligence” (ITBI-2010). The main objective of the conference was to invite pioneering ideas and innovative clarifications to emerge stronger, facilitating businesses to use ground-breaking ways to position them for growth. The main objective of the conference was to invite pioneering ideas and innovative clarifications to emerge stronger, facilitating businesses to use ground-breaking ways to position them for growth.

The Inaugural Session was graced by the fortunate presence of the Chief Guest Dr. Rajkamal, Director, SOE and Ex Vice-Chancellor, DAVV, Indore;  Special Guest, Dr. S. G. Shah, Vice President, CSI Division III;  Dr. K.R. Pardasani, Head MCA, MANIT, Bhopal and Dr. N. S. Chaudhary, Prof. IIT, Indore.

Dr. Pardashani in his significant speech discussed about Data Mining and Data Warehousing. He also highlighted the various issues related to demand for mining for high quality judgment at various levels in an organization to cope up with the challenges in the current scenario.

On this occasion, Dr. N. S. Choudhary, IIT, Indore was conferred “Pioneer IT Excellence Award-2010”. He has outdone himself in research work on game AI, Neural Network Models like Binary Neural Nets and Bidirectional Nets, Context Free Grammar Parsing, and Graph Isomorphism Problem. He talked about the various studies and experiments going on in the field of neural networks, parallel computing, and optimization algorithms.

Dr. S. G. Shah discussed about the developments in the field of Information and Communication Technology and its impact on globalization. He also talked about career opportunities in the field of ICT. He highlighted the contribution and activities of CSI in the field of IT.       

Various eminent personalities & research scholars discussed on various themes of IT & presented their papers on the same. The conference received tremendous response as quite a lot of delegates registered themselves for paper presentations. This conference spotlighted on the Scope, Significance, Applications & Challenges in the field of IT.


Dr. V.K. Jain, Director (MCA) and Conference Chairman provided and overview of the conference and technical sessions. He said that over 150 papers were received from various organizations/Institutions across India and they were reviewed by team of Professors.

The Theme of First Session was “IT & Business Intelligence”, which covered 20 Papers. The Session was Chaired by Dr. C.T. Bhunia, Director, Bengal Institute of Technology & Management & Co-Chaired by Prof. Ravi Jain, IIST, Indore.

The Theme of Second Session was “Managing Trends in IT” that included 21 Papers. The Session was Chaired by Dr. M. P. S. Chawla, SGSITS, Indore & Co-Chaired by Dr. V. K. Jain, PIPS, Indore.

The Theme of Third Session was “Data Warehousing & Data Mining” that comprise of 22 Papers. The Session was Chaired by Dr. V.R. Sathe, Impetus, Indore & was Co-Chaired by Dr. Aruna Tiwari, SGSITS, Indore.

The Theme of Fourth Session was “Network Security” that comprised of 20 Papers .The Session Chaired by Dr. P. Dandekar, Professor, KCBTA, Indore & was Co-Chaired by Dr. Rakesh Katare, Professor, Rewa University, Indore.

The Conference also covered a Panel Discussion on “IT Education a Road Map Ahead”. The eminent panelists were Dr. V.K. Jain, as a Moderator, Dr. Suresh Jain, Dr. P. Kanungo, and Dr. C.K. Jain. The Panel Discussion concluded with the following strategies for enhancing IT Education:

•    Collaboration Programs between Institutes, Govt. and Industries.
•    Institute-Industry Interface.
•    Revision in Curriculum as per Market Demands.
•    Teachers Training.
•    Live Industry Projects to Students.

In the Valedictory Session, Dr. P. K. Chande, Group Director, Truba Institute, Indore was the Chief Guest.  Dr. P. K. Jain, Chairman, Pioneer Institute congratulated the Conference Team for their positive efforts & excellent team work.

 



The Conference was organized by the organizing Chairman Dr. V.K Jain, Secretary, Prof. Nilesh Jain and Joint Secretary Prof. Preeti Jain.
Prof. Nilesh Jain proposed his Vote of Thanks to the Conference Delegates for their participation, cooperation and support.
The Inaugural Session was conducted by Dr. Mona Tawar and the Valedictory Session was conducted by Prof. Shruti Tiwari.


 

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