National Conference on Industrial Internet of Things and Emerging Technologies (NCIIET-2019) was conducted by the department of CSE&IT on April 5th , 2019 with the very same purpose of providing the research community with a platform to present their research work. NCIIET-2019 welcomed research papers and technical articles from a variety of domains. Although the domain of topics was not restricted, some of the more encouraged domains were Grid Computing, Cloud Computing, Wireless Sensor Networks, Ubiquitous Computing, Big Data Analytics, Knowledge Representation, Green Computing, Internet of Things, Network Security, Image Processing, Fog Computing and Natural Language Processing.
Out of the 300 research papers and technical articles, 75 papers are from external participants. 210 papers were shortlisted after a thorough review by the domain experts from the department of CSE & IT. Conference received overwhelming responses from various prestigious colleges like Sairam Engineering college- Chennai, Meenakshi College of Engineering- Kanchipuram, Rajalakshmi Engineering College- Chennai,Vellore Institute of Technology – Vellore, Panimalar Institute of Technology- Chennai, IFET College of Engineering – Villupuram, MAM Engineering College – Trichy, Saveetha Engineering College- Chennai, Muthayamal Engineering College and Hindustan University.
Nine handpicked domain experts from the department of Computer Science and Engineering & IT were chosen to assist and oversee the presentation of the papers over three different venues in our department. The chief guest for the inaugural ceremony was Mr.Rajendran Dandapani , Business Solutions Evangelist at Zoho Corporation.Added with that we invited a Keynote speaker for the event was Dr.Udaya Kumar from Rajalakshmi Engineering College, Chennai. He handled a session on Cloud Analytics and IOT. To review the conference papers an External session chair was Dr.Asha from VIT – Chennai.
Prof. Dr.Rakesh Kumar Sharma has joined as the Vice Chancellor of Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical sciences on 06-04-2019
Prof. Dr. Rakesh Kumar Sharma did his M. Pharm in Pharmaceutical Chemistry from Punjab University, Chandigarh. He did Two years PG Diploma in Business Management from Punjabi University, Patiala. He holds his Ph.D in Chemistry from University of Delhi.
He is Elected Fellow of Association of Food Scientists and Technologists (India), Indian College of Nuclear Medicine, Society of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Indian Association of Biomedical Scientists and Institution of Chemists (India).
He has total Academic and Professional Experience for 36 years and retired as Director, Defence Food Research Laboratory, DRDO, Mysore, Karnataka. Dr Sharma holds appointment of Adjunct Professor of Jamia Hamdard in the Department of Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry, Faculty of Pharmacy and Honorary Professor in Food Processing and Preservation, Avinashilingam University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. While working in DRDO, Dr. Sharma has made significant contributions in CBRN defence, development of New Drugs, Novel Drugs Delivery Systems, Herbal Radioprotectors, Herbal Biothreat Mitigators, and Nutraceuticals. He has guided 12 students for the award of Ph.D.
Dr Sharma has acclaimed eight National and five International Awards. He is a member of Expert /Core Groups of many ministries of Government of India.
Dr. Sharma has filed 24 patents and published 339 papers besides contributing 54 chapters in books and editing 14 books.
Disaster drill on campus prepares Saveetha College Of Nursing students for real-world medical challenges
On Account Of World Autism Awareness Day,
The students of Saveetha College of Occupational Therapy visited CHRYSALIS SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM in the occasion to provide free campaign for the assessment of autism . it was a campaign where the OT therapeutic interventions for the development of these children was given by our Occupational therapy students .
Assistive Technologies. Active Participation’ is the theme for WAAD 2019. The theme is derived keeping in mind that technology plays an integral role in the development of people with any form of disability including autism. Not only is technology important for development, it also ensures that people with disabilities enjoy their basic human rights and helps them tackle any issues they face as a member of the society.
However, this theme also highlights the fact that assistive technologies are expensive and inaccessible to a large population living with autism. There is also a lack of guidance about the usage of assistive technologies and their efficiency throughout the globe.