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Let’s innovate Edition2:July 2012

Mobile Generation


Steve Jobs Steven Paul "Steve" Jobs (February 24, 1955 – October 5, 2011) best known as the co-founder, chairman, and CEO of Apple Inc was an American entrepreneur and inventor. Through Apple, he was widely recognized as a charismatic pioneer of the personal computer revolution and for his influential career in the computer and consumer electronics fields, transforming "one industry after another, from computers and smart phones to music and movies…”. Jobs also co-founded and served as chief executive of Pixar Animation Studio; he became a member of the board of directors of The Walt Disney Company in 2006 when Disney acquired Pixar. After a power struggle with the board of directors in 1985, Jobs left Apple and founded NeXT, a computer platform development company specializing in the highereducation and business markets. In 1986, he acquired the computer graphics division of Lucas film, which was spun off as Pixar. He was credited in Toy Story (1995) as an executive producer. He served as CEO and majority shareholder until Disney's purchase of Pixar in 2006. In 1996, after Apple had failed to deliver its operating system, Copland, Gil Amelio turned to NeXT Computer, and the Next Step platform became the foundation for the Mac OS X. Jobs returned to Apple as an advisor.

As the new CEO of the company, Jobs oversaw the development of the iMac, iTunes, iPod, iPhone and iPad on the services side, the company's Apple Retail Stores, iTunes Store and the App Store. The success of these products and services provided several years of stable financial returns and also propelled Apple to become the world's most valuable publicly traded company in 2011. The reinvigoration of the company is regarded by many commentators as one of the greatest turnarounds in business history. In 2003, Jobs was diagnosed with a pancreas neuro-endocrine tumor. Though it was initially treated, he reported a hormone imbalance, underwent a liver transplant in 2009, appeared progressively thinner as his health declined. On medical leave for most of 2011, Jobs resigned in August that year, and was elected Chairman of the Board. He died of respiratory arrest on October 5, 2011. Jobs received a number of honors and public recognition for his influence in the technology and music industries. He has been referred to as “Legendary", a “Futurist" or simply “Visionary", and has been described as the "Father of the Digital Revolution", a “Master of Innovation", and a “Design Perfectionist".


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CONTENT

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HOD’s Desk

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Editor's Desk

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Program Educational Objectives

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Program Outcomes

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Faculty Profile

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Gem of the Department

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Shower of Success

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i-teacher

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Know about your Company !

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Leaving Footprints

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Advice From Experts

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Cheeky Corner

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College Updates

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Renaissance 2012

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Publications

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Black Coffee

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Tech Sec

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Science Beyond Science

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Crossword Puzzle

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Photo mania

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HOD’s Desk It feels good to see our students come up with this new edition of our department magazine. This magazine reflects the achievements of our students who are with us and also who have gone into the professional world and have made outstanding achievements. It brings to our notice their endeavors and certainly the great effort and time put in by the Editorial Team. This magazine has helped document all the achievements of our students. The positive response from the readers after the first edition of the magazine has led to the publishing of this next edition. This can probably help motivate the fresh new faces that join us every year. Our editors have worked upon their fallacies and have put in every bit of effort to near perfection. I hope they continue to get similar response and support from their readers. Further, the magazine accounts the accolades garnered by the college alumni, some of which have gone to pursue their postgraduate studies from foreign universities and premier Indian institutes like IIT, NIT, PEC, etcetera, while others were placed in CMM Level 5 Companies at reputed positions. Finally, it records the passage of time, especially for the staff and

myself who have the privilege of seeing our students’ progress before our own eyes. My congratulations to staff and students on the Editorial Team for a job well done and best wishes to all my students!

Ms. Neha Gupta HOD(IT), JECRC

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Editor’s Desk The second edition of Edifier is complete and all we can say that we are overwhelmed by the enormous support that we have received from our readers. Since this was the second edition of the magazine, it was much easier to be compiled as all only we had to fill the spaces in a structure that was laid in the former edition. Keeping track of events that have taken place in the past, contacting the alumni, enquiring everyone of their achievements and getting the best combination of fun as well as technical articles are the major areas we have worked upon. We are thankful to our readers for their positive response in making our first edition a success. The Edifier is incomplete without your responses and hence we would like to receive feedbacks and suggestions from you, if any. After all, it's our magazine; the spirit of IT should remain exuberant. Further, correct supervision turns your work into an accomplishment; essentially, this magazine would be unfinished without the guidance that we received from our faculty members. Consistent support from our teachers helped us through the process of finishing the task of compiling this magazine. Our dream of getting in touch with each member of our IT family is fulfilled. Our alumni have been so kind to take out time from their busy schedule to share their experience with the Edifier. We have tried to include something or the other which would capture the interest of each one of our readers. Our readers have motivated us to keep going forward and so comes forth this edition of “The Edifier”.

Ms. Shilpi Charu Faculty & TPO

Ashish Srivastava IV yr

Yougeshwary Sharma II yr

Anamika Pandey IV yr

Neha Jain II yr

Ms. Kusum Yadav Faculty

Deepanshu Soni III yr

Puja Bafna III yr

Shobhit Nuwal I yr

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Program Educational Objectives

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To produce graduates who are able to apply computer engineering knowledge to provide turn-key IT solutions to national and

international organizations. 2.

To produce graduates with the necessary background and technical skills to work professionally in one or more of the areas like – IT solution design development and implementation consisting of system design, network design, software design and development, system implementation and management etc. Graduates would be able to provide solutions through logical and analytical thinking.

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To able graduates to design embedded systems for industrial applications.

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To inculcate in graduates effective communication skills and team work skills to enable them to work in multidisciplinary environment.

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To prepare graduates for personal and professional success with commitment to their ethical and social responsibilities.

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To prepare graduates who are capable of maintaining and improving their technical competence through life-long learning. The graduates would have quest for knowledge enhancement through various modes such as pursuing advanced degree programs, professional certification programs etc.

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To prepare graduates who can work in new areas such as mobile, multimedia and GIS based application development. Edition 2 : July 2012


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Graduates will be able to apply knowledge of mathematics, probability and statistics, science, and engineering in the field of computer based solutions. Graduates will be able to design and conduct experiments, as well as to organize, analyze and interpret data for developing IT applications. Graduates will be able to design, develop and implement computer based information systems, their components, or process to meet desired business needs, within realistic constraints such as economic, government policies, environmental, health, safety and sustainability. Graduates will be able to contribute effectively in multidisciplinary projects or processes. Graduates will be able to identify, formulate, and solve business problems using IT solutions. Graduates will be able to understand professional, legal and ethical issues and responsibilities. Graduates will be able to communicate effectively in both verbal and written form. Graduates will have the confidence to apply their knowledge of computer engineering in international business environment and societal context. Graduates will be able to recognize the need for and develop an ability to engage in, life-long learning. Graduates will be able to use techniques, skills, and modern hardware and software tools for computer engineering practices. Graduates will have an ability to participate and succeed in competitive examinations. PEOs 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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Faculty Profile Name: Prof K.K. Agarwal Designation: Professor Area of Interests: Computer Graphics, FORTRAN, OOP, Software Engineering Years of Experience: 9.5 years

Name: Mr. S.S. Manaktala Designation: Assistant Professor Area of Interests: VLSI Design, Programming in Java Years of Experience: 7.5 years Name: Mr. Sunil Bhardwaj Designation: Network Administrator Area of Interests: Networking, Security(UTM), FTP Server Years of Experience: 10.5 years

Name: Ms. Swati Vijay Designation: Lecturer Area of Interests: Data Structures & Algorithms, DAA Years of Experience: 3 years Name: Mr. Sunil Kumar Jangir Designation: Lecturer Area of Interests: Software Engineering, Wireless Networking Years of Experience: 2.5 years

Name: Ms. Kusum Yadav Designation: Lecturer Area of Interests: : Microprocessor & Interfaces, PPL, OOP Years of Experience: 2.5 years

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Name: Ms. Shilpi Charu Designation: Lecturer Area of Interests: Operating Systems, TOC, Multimedia Systems Years of Experience: 2 years

Name: Ms. Vatika Tayal Designation: Lecturer Area of Interests: DBMS, Computer Networks, Programming in Java Years of Experience: 1.5 years

Name: Mr. Anuj Rai Designation: Lecturer Area of Interests: Computer Networks, E-Commerce Years of Experience: 1.5 years

Name: Mr. Vatan Mishra Designation: Lecturer Area of Interests: Operating Systems, Internet Programming Years of Experience: 1 year

Name: Mr. Abhay Kumar Designation: Lecturer Area of Interests: Project Development, DBMS Years of Experience: 0.5 year

Name: Ms. Neha Bharti Designation: Lecturer Area of Interests: Data Structures & Algorithms Years of Experience: 0.5 year

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Name: Ms. Anjali Dadhich Designation: Lecturer Area of Interests: : Microprocessor & Interfaces, Information System Security Years of Experience: 0.5 year Name: Ms. Priyanka Verma Designation: Lecturer Area of Interests: Data Compression Techniques, Telecommunication Engineering Fundamental, Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Operating Systems Years of Experience: 0.5 year

Name: Mr. Kanishk Jain Designation: Lecturer Area of Interests: DBMS, Information Theory and Coding Years of Experience: 0.5 year

Name: Mr. Hitesh Maharwal Designation: Lecturer Area of Interests: JAVA, Internet Programming , DMW Years of Experience: 0.5 year Name: Mr. Ranjeet Kumar Pandey Designation: Lecturer Area of Interests: : OOP, Software Project Management Years of Experience: 0.5 year

Name: Mr. Rahul Singh Designation: Lecturer Area of Interests: Operating Systems, Fundamental of C Years of Experience: 0.5 year

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Name: Ms. Neha Jain Designation: Lecturer Area of Interests: Data Structures and Algorithms, Fundamentals of C, Operating Systems Years of Experience: 0.5 year

Name: Ms. Chanchal Nirwan Designation: Lecturer Area of Interests: Wireless Communication, Fundamentals of C Years of Experience: 0.5 year

Name: Mr. Hemant Vasishtha Designation: Technical Assistant Area of Interests: Microprocessor Years of Experience: 8.5 years Name: Mr. Bir Singh Sirowa Designation: Lab Assistant Area of Interests: Networking, Security(UTM), FTP Server Years of Experience: 5.5 years

Name: Mr. Shyam Sunder Sharma Designation: Lab Assistant Area of Interests: Networking, Security(UTM), FTP Server Years of Experience: 3.5 years

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Gem of the Department Aditya Patwardhan Batch 2007-11 Aditya Patwardhan is currently working as the Director of Mithraspect Pvt Ltd. This is a media company engaging in visual and web based branding through creative art like music composition, filmography, website development and short film production for commercial and social purposes. Aditya is also the Social Media Coordinator for IT Cell- BJP, Rajasthan. Aditya has also worked as an Independent Film Maker and as a Music Composer. He has also made two short films: ‘Society Black’- a public service social awareness; ‘Forsaken’- a student fiction film project made for an NGO. He worked as a music composer for a documentary-'Kiski Kahaani‘. Aditya started photography in 2nd year of college. He had participated in JECRC Renaissance as blogger, photographer and anchor. He started drumming at the age of 11, followed by synthesizer and guitar. He has been drummer for a thrash metal band ‘Jettatura' and has won various college events. He headlined two rock shows: Triple threat by Planet M and Sonic Mantra. He is involved also in social service through interact club (Rotary club) and Mother Teresa Home. He has also worked for external relations and fund raising campaigns of AIESEC Jaipur.

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Showers of Success Name: Shreya Agarwal Batch: 2008-2012 Achievements: Topper VII sem

Name: Pragya Sanghi Batch: 2009-2013 Achievements: Topper V sem

Name: Neha Jain Batch: 2010-2014 Achievements: Topper III sem

Name: Ankita Makvana Batch: 2011-2015 Achievements: Topper I sem

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-teacher Mr. S.S. Manaktala Mr. S.S. Manaktala is working as an Assistant Professor in I.T. department, JECRC Jaipur since 2004 and has also worked as a Lecturer in Computer Engineering department at Sobhasaria Engineering College, Sikar and as a senior faculty and developer at Big Byte Systems Private Limited and ET&T Limited Enterprise at Delhi. He has done his B.E (ECE) from Nagpur University, Post Graduate Diploma in Advanced Software Design and Development from ER&DCI (a Govt. body), Noida and has done his masters (M.Tech. in VLSI Design) from MNIT, Jaipur. He is also honored with Sun Certified Java Programmer and certified for IBM DB2 Associate. He is now pursuing Ph.D. in Engineering from JECRC University. He has worked as controller of examination for UGC NET. He has also successfully fulfilled various responsibilities such as college website and intranet administrator, Deputy Controller of Examination in RTU University Examinations and Technical Coordinator of National level Workshop on “Teaching Engineering using Matlab� organized in co-ordination of JECRC and IUCEE(Indo US Collaboration in Engineering Education). He has been co-author of three books under RTU Curriculum on Information Technology, Distributed Systems and Advance Database Management Systems in previous three consecutive years.

Q.1 Sir, what is your area of research? My area of Research is Micro strip Patch Antenna. Now a days wearable antenna is in demand. Research on wearable antenna will make it more human friendly.

Q.2 What are applications of Micro strip Patch Antenna? The applications of Micro strip patch antenna include Mobile and satellite communication application, Global positioning system applications, Radio frequency identification, Worldwide Interoperability for microwave access(WIMAX), Radar Application, Retina Application and Telemedicine Applications. Q.3 What is historical background of Micro strip Patch Antenna? The first aperture coupled Microstrip antenna was fabricated and tested by a graduate student, Allan Buck, on August 1,1984, in the University of Massachusetts Antenna Lab. This antenna used 0.062 Duroid substrates with a circular coupling aperture and operated at 2 GHz. Q.4 What are the advantages of Micro strip Patch Antenna? These antenna are more popular because of their low cost, ease of fabrication and easy integration with circuit. Edition 2 : July 2012


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Name: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) Founder: Jehangir Ratanji Dadabhoy Tata Headquarters: Mumbai, Maharastra, India Type: Public Description: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is an Indian Multinational Information Technology (IT) services, business solutions and consulting company headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra. TCS is a subsidiary of the Tata Group and is listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange and the National Stock Exchange of India. It is India’s one of the most valuable and the largest IT services companies by 2012 revenues. TCS was founded in 1968 and its subsidiaries provide a wide range of information technology-related products and services including application development; business process outsourcing; capacity planning; consulting; enterprise software; hardware sizing; payment processing; software management and technology education services. As of 31 March 2012, TCS had 183 offices across 43 countries and 117 delivery centers across 21 countries. At the same date TCS had a total of 58 subsidiary companies. TCS established the first research center; the Tata Research Development and Design Centre in Pune, India in 1981. TRDDC undertakes research in Software engineering, Process engineering and Systems Research. TCS has a total of 276,196 employees as of March 2013. TCS is one of the sponsors of the New York Marathon, the Chicago Marathon, the Boston Marathon and the Mumbai Marathon. TCS is the title sponsor for the Amsterdam Marathon and the Bangalore 10k. TCS has been a sponsor of the Indian Premier League team Rajasthan Royals since 2009. The products launched by TCS are TCS BaNCS, TCS MasterCraft, TCS Technology Products.

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Leaving Footprints Taking admission in JECRC was my first step towards getting closer to the real world. The 4 years that I spent have taught me so many things that it has become an inseparable part of my life. My placement in both Infosys and TCS boosted my confidence. Had it not been JECRC, I would have not stepped into the professional world with so much ease. Moreover, the knowledge imparted during my engineering days have helped me earn an excellent CGPA and award at Infosys. I am thankful to JECRC for helping me to become what I am. I am especially grateful to the IT HOD, Mrs. Neha Gupta ma’am, and to the Director Sir, Mr. Arpit Agrawal, for being there when I needed them. Name: Ratika Singh (2005-2009) Experience: INFOSYS(2 yrs) Presently: Pursuing MBA from Goa Institute of Management

College for me was a breath of fresh air. Those days were as beautiful as the moonlight and as momentary as the glimpse of lightening. I still feel the shadow of those days around me and it gives me strength as I move ahead. The presence of all my loving friends and respected teachers make me emotionally stronger. I really miss my college days!

Name: Abhishek Dangayach Batch: 2007-2011

Present Employer: TATA Technologies Ltd.

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College life is unforgettable for all of us. We all remember our college days for many reasons. As of me, I remember: The canteen masti and all those project files on canteen tables along with the snacks, The fun in labs while learning and the euphoria of solving a difficult problem, Learning not just course material but lessons of life too from all my smart mentors, Those technical workshops in final year, which I coordinated with my friends and which enhanced my organizational skills too. JECRC gave me friends for life, introduced me to people who I am proud to call my mentors. Love you Alma-mater! How I miss those college days The fun, the laughter and learning ways.

Name: Pulkit Mathur Batch: 2006-2010

Present Employer: INFOSYS

JECRC will always remain special to me. I attribute my best friends, best teachers and the best possible kick start for my career to JECRC. It is true that college experience prepares you for the world outside. We had fun and at the same time learnt a lot under the guidance of our professors. My greatest achievement during college was a placement which I secured in Tata Consultancy Services. Currently I am working on AS400 technology in the development centre situated at Noida. This technology is a distant sibling to Mainframe. I am working for a US based client- Walgreens. We are handling the development and enhancement for the Walgreens applications. It has been an amazing experience till now. TCS provides you the best and most satisfying work culture. I wish all the upcoming students of JECRC good luck. You should be proud to be a part of this inspiring and supportive educational institution. Cheers ! Name: Kunal Sapra Batch: 2006-2010

Present Employer: TCS Pvt. Ltd.

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Advice From the Experts You will get hundreds of question on interviews from endless sources. That's not the big deal. But at least you should know one programming language ( C will be the common one ) And Data Structures, Databases are most genuine areas for interviewer. They will not ask from any other topics like Operating systems, Networks, Architecture etc. unless they are screwed up. You and your projects will be their priorities. Most important you should be very Present Employer – Patni Computers

Studying in the United States or for that matter anywhere else in the world is an altogether different experience. The curriculum there is more pragmatic and realistic. Plethora of options you can literally club science and arts ! I opted for a similar course amalgamating business and technology and secured admissions in Syracuse, SUNY Buffalo and University of Illinois at Urbana Present Employer – TCS Pvt Ltd.

comfortable in front of them. After all they are the ones who were at your seat some time ago. Just take them to the areas which you can deal the best. In my interview, I used the words minor and major projects so many times, that he finally asked what kind of project was yours, ahhh, now my turn, and after that half an hour we were on the project thing only. Usko wahan se bahar hi nahi jaane diya. :) - Vikas Paliwal (2006-2010)

Champaign. Though I could not accept any of the admission offers because of personal reasons, I seriously plan to take up a course few years down the line. I would suggest all the young budding engineers to also consider this a career prospect and give it some thought.

- Tejal Kothari (2008-2012)

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Freaky Questions 1. Someone calls you at 2:00 a.m. in the night And ask you "are you sleeping?" Ans: No, I’m picking beans. 2. They see you coming out of the bathroom, wet; ''did you just have a bath?'' Ans: No, I fell into the toilet bowl.

3. You standing right in front of the elevator on the ground floor going to your office, yet they ask; ''going up?'' Ans: No, I’m waiting for my office to come down and get me! 4. Your boyfriend comes home with a bunch of flowers and you still asks him; ''are those flowers?'' Ans: No baby, they're carrots! 5. You're in the queue at the cinema to buy tickets, a friend sees you and ask; ''what are you doing here?'' Ans: I’m here to pay my school fees! 6. When people see you lying down with your eyes closed, they still ask; ''are you sleeping?'' Ans: No! I'm practicing to die.

7. You went to a restaurant and the waiter asks you: ''Please can I get you a table?'' Ans: No. I’m here to eat on the floor. Edition 2 : July 2012


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College Updates JECRC MUN 2012 Model United Nations (also Model UN or MUN) is an academic simulation of the United Nations that aims to educate participants about current events, topics in international relations, diplomacy and the United Nations agenda. The participants role-play as diplomats representing a country or NGO in a simulated session of a committee of the United Nations, such as the Security Council, General Assembly, Human Rights Council or the Economic and Social Council. Participants are supposed to research a country, take on roles as diplomats, investigate international issues, debate, deliberate, consult, and then develop solutions to world problems. In general, the participants that the executive panel considers to be most contributing are given awards, such as 'Best Delegate' award, 'High Commendation' award and 'Special Mention' award. Puja Bafna, student of 3rd year participated as the delegate of Saudi Arabia and won a 'Special Mention' award in the JECRC-MUN 2012

ZARURAT – The Help Beyond ZARURAT came into existence when students of JECRC learned this great saying by heart and valued that keeping their knowledge limited to themselves will make them into a mirror that views one’s self, while if they share their education with a one, who needs it, will turn them into windows, which views the world to the blind. ZARURAT is for the children whose childhood is continually diminishing in the dirt of slum. The noble program being a head fruit of the students proves the kind nurturing and encouragement to think out of the box, that they receive from their Gurus while studying in JECRC. A student from 2nd year, IT, Charu Agarwal says - I have been the part of Zarurat since it came into exsistence. It feels very good when my little contribution brings smile and happiness to children and makes a difference in their life. It gives me immense pleasure when I help them in following their dreams. The time I spend with kids here is the best time of my day. I strongly feel that "In this world no child is born imperfect. Every life is a blessing and a hope for mankind”.

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RENAISSANCE 2012 IV yr      

Jainav Surana coordinated the Workshops. Pradeep Choudhary coordinated the Workshops and participated in “Adaa”. Divya Sharma won the 1st prize in “Footloose”. Shilpa Sharma participated in “Adaa”. Shreya Agarwal participated in “Adaa” and crowned as “Miss Adaa”. Anurag Bohra participated in “Adaa”.

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Deepanshu Soni was the Media head and member of – Internatona Press Council, JECRC MUN 2013 Avinash Sharma was the Technical head. Shubhangi Gupta coordinated “Dharti Dhora ri” Yatindra Chaudhry, Ankita Chugh, Saurabh Khoja participated in “Adaa” and secured 1st position. Vineeta Jain and Vaibhav Joshi won 1st prize in Embryo-Paper presentation on “Green Nanotechnology”. Vineeta Jain and Vaibhav Joshi won 1st prize in “Isharon hi Isharon Mein”.

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Seema Sahni coordinated “Dharti Dhora Ri”. Raksha Jain coordinated “Sudoku”. Sakshi Gupta coordinated sports meet and was a member of Creation Cell. Priyanka Gupta coordinated “Paparazzi”. Shampy Agarwal coordinated “Vinyl War”. Sanika Sharma participated in MUN and was a member of Cultural team. Nistha Toshniwal and Nikhil Pandya coordinated “Isharon Hi Isharon Mein”. Raghav Rareekh secured 1st position in “Picmazik”. Isha Singhi, Aditi Jain, Geeta Lalwani secured second position in “Isharon Hi Isharon Mein”. Isha Singhi, Ashu Gupta, Kshitij Tiwari, Vipul Vijayvargiya secured 2nd position in “Wrong Turn”. I yr Neha Gupta-sports meet 2012 winner in “Tug of War”. Ankita Makwana- sports meet 2012 1st runner up in Throw Ball.

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Evolution and Melioration Of Software Management Processes

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A Walk-Through WebE and Web-Based Applications

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Ritu Gupta

Estimating Cost Benefit by Improving Software through Re-Engineering

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Monika Gupta, Tejal Kothari

Automatic Identification By Symbologies

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Exposing legacy applications for National Conference NCRAES 2011 at SIIT integration in modern Jaipur : on 7th January 2012. ISBN No. enterprise business processes 978-81-923213-0-1

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Aditi Jain

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Raginee Jha, Rahul Raj, Anamika Pandey

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Sakshi Gupta, Mayank Jindal

Interconnection Communication In network Infrastructure UbiNet (WAUM)

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Shreya Agrawal, Ankita singh, Raghvendra Kesot

A Review: Role of Cluster Analysis in Data Mining

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Siddharth Jain, Anamika Pandey

Abatement Techniques and Contemplation of MAC Address Mocking in present Networking Scenarios

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Snehil Jain, Shweta Sharma

Different exploits of ARP protocol via ARP poisoning

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Mayank Jindal, Abhimanyu Jain

Generating Virtualized Memory Pool by Decoupling of Memory Resources

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Kajal Sacheti

Middleware Architecture for Enterprise Applications

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Mayank Jindal, Shreya Agrawal

Retardation in Software Failure Rate

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Mayank Jindal

Data compression in present scenario of rising data rate

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Monika Gupta, E-commerce: An emerging Ankita Dugar, necessity in today's world Aditi Jain

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Hybridization of different soft Mayank Jindal, computing methodologies for National Conference Computatia-2012 at Rahul Raj , the development of intelligent VIT, Jaipur Sakshi Gupta systems

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Ritu Gupta

Merging Architecture-Centric Methods in Software Development

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Monika Gupta

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Anamika Pandey

Scrutinization of Multidimensional Database and KDD

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Siddharth Jain, Linux System Vulnerabilities Anamik and Techniques to prevent Pandey, Security breach Snehil Jain

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Black Coffee Hitesh Malviya (Batch 2008-2012) Chief Executive Officer , HCF Infosec Pvt. Limited

Hitesh Malviya is a renowned security researcher and evangelist. His expertise includes computer and network security, exploit research, python programming, computer forensics, website designing, compliance and e-Governance. He is the author of the books – “Hack decodersOfficial guide to greyhat hacking”. Hitesh is a nationally acclaimed speaker and has spoken in dozens of seminars & workshops countrywide. He has trained more then 1000+ students and having rich experience of ethical hacking training. He has also conducted workshops and corporate trainings around the nation apart from his speaking engagements. He is a frequent speaker at Defcon India Chapters. He is continuously working in field of cyber security to secure most Indian domain websites. Presently, Hitesh Malviya is working with HCF Infosec Pvt. Limited as Chief Executive Officer and with RRN Technologies as Penetration Tester.

He is well known in the hacking and security community as the founder of Hindustan Cyber Force, a computer security education portal. Hindustan Cyber Force was former Indian no. #1 Ethical hacking forum as per alexa ranking and number of members. It was considered one of top sites for security education. Hitesh’s tutorials on Python Programming, Buffer Overflows, and Metasploit etc. have received thousands of views and hundreds of appreciating comments from the community. The site also includes Tutorials from other security researchers.

IT security certifications rose 3.1% in value over the past two years and 1.2% in value in the last six months. Certain types of security skills are seeing dramatic growth. A 27% rise in value was measured for the Certified Information Security Manager designation, just in the past six months.

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Priya Paryani

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Present Employer: TCS Pvt. Ltd. I did my summer internship under the supervision of Professor Ben Taskar of the Computer & Information Science(CIS) Department at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA in the months May-June 2010. My project can be categorized into 2 parts a) Implementation of Hidden Markov Model for Part-Of-Speech (POS) Tagging: This project uses the famous UPenn English corpus for implementing the Hidden Markov Model for Part-OfSpeech Tagging with an accuracy of 93.4%. b) Implementation of PUPA (POS-based Unsupervised Parse Assessment) Score for Unsupervised Parse Evaluation: This project involves implementing and experimenting with a recently proposed method for unsupervised parse evaluation, used for automatic tuning of machine learning algorithms for grammar induction in natural language. Apart from the professional work environment, UPenn gave me a platform to develop my ideas. It was a great opportunity for me as I acquired knowledge under the guidance of brilliant research scientists and socialized with other students of the University simultaneously.

People were friendly and helpful at work and otherwise. It was an unforgettable experience as UPenn gave me the chance to develop myself in every way. Most importantly, the environment inculcated a new sense of spirit, that would inspired me to do something different from the league. My GRE Score was 1310/1500 & TOEFL Score was 92/120. CAT Score was 92.4 percentile. Later, for pursuing the Masters in United States, I applied in universities like Illinois University, North Carolina State University, Texas A&M University and University of Virginia. However, due to delay in getting the B.Tech results, I was unable to join any of the Universities. I have learnt never to look back and I hope to apply again to the Universities in USA for my Masters pretty soon.

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Tech - Sec When we think of Insurance… When we think of Insurance, what comes to mind is LIC offices filled with stacks of dusty files. Well we have come a long way from that, now we do have some Legacy systems but they only automate part of insurance process and these systems are still just data entry systems. Guidewire provides core systems which span across the entire P/C insurance lifecycle – Underwriting, Policy Administration, Billing, Claims and Reinsurance Management. All processes mentioned above are covered in a variety of solutions provided by guidewire some of which are Claim Center, Policycenter, and Billing Center etc. Guidewire ClaimCenter is a web-based claims system built specifically for P/C industry. ClaimCenter’s rich functional depth enables end-to-end claims lifecycle management improvements – from intuitive loss report intake through advanced adjudication processes and integrated operational reporting. ClaimCenter is designed to give an insurance firm total control over the claims process, to provide them with complete flexibility to make any changes to meet their business needs. CNA is one of the top U.S. insurance firms. We have customized ClaimCenter for CNA. This customization has been done in three major implementations. Edition 2 : July 2012

Without going into any boring details here is the general overview in layman’s terms. Claim Center Advancement (CCA) – In this we implemented the commercial lines of business as per CNA’s requirements. Commercial lines of business include Auto insurance, Property Insurance, General Liability and Worker’s compensation. This focused on upgrading CNA’s Claim Center application; this project set the framework for the CapGEM methodology which is used throughout our Global Insurance Guidewire practice Common Claims platform (CCP) - In this we implemented the Legal and Dental lines of business for CNA. Migrating to Specialty Lines of Business on to Claim Center was the first implementation of its kind. Common Claims platform (CCP) – R2 - In this implementation the Marine line of business was covered which means insurance regarding vessels in water. Interesting fact we realized during this was that the in International waters totally different set of laws are applied CCP. We implemented CCP R2, this has been our largest, most complex implementation till date. Vijay Jethava (Batch 2005-2009) Present Employer: CAPGEMINI


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Effect of dark energy on the fate of universe When the word first got out that the expansion of the universe was accelerating, many astronomers questioned the results. They felt that the observations must be wrong, or the interpretation must be flawed. The whole concept was so difficult to believe because it requires significant changes in our understanding of the way the universe works. Say you step outside and throw a baseball up into the air. The gravity of Earth begins immediately to act on the baseball, slowing it down even as it rises into the air. The upward speed of the baseball slows until it stops at its peak, then gravity's pull causes it to drop down at an ever-increasing speed. What you can't see is that the baseball also has a tiny gravitational pull that acts upon Earth. Gravity always acts to pull matter together. Now consider a spaceship. If launched with enough speed, a spaceship will escape Earth's gravity to the extent that it will not fall back to the planet. However, it hasn't escaped the pull of Earth entirely. Though it travels away, the spaceship will be continuously slowed — just not to the point where it stops.

These same concepts apply to the expansion of space. That expansion was launched in the Big Bang, and ever since then, each bit of matter in the universe has been attracted to every other bit by the force of gravity. This should have been slowing down the expansion. Before the discovery of dark energy, scientists had two models of how the universe's expansion would work. In one scenario, there would be enough matter in the universe to slow the expansion to the point where, like the baseball, it would come to a halt and start to retract, everything crashing back together in a "Big Crunch." In the other scenario, there would be too little matter to stop the expansion and everything would drift on forever, always slowing and slowing but never stopping — like the spaceship. The galaxies would drift apart from each other until they were out of view. The universe would continue growing larger as countless generations of stars faded and died out. It would end in a vast, dark, and cold state: a "Big Chill," if you will. -

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Cloud Computing Honestly there's really nothing new under the sun here. Integration has been a problem that we've faced in IT for 40-plus years. But I think there are new ways to tackle the problem. So the role is being shaped from service oriented architecture to the capabilities being moved to a place in the cloud where you may have less control over them. And the Big Data is now coming in too as we're able to capture more and more information we have to figure out what to do with it, either from a historical processing perspective or from a data mining and potentially real time analytical perspective. How do we deal with these large volumes of data? We had big data on the mainframe. It's just that now it's even bigger and more pervasive and there are more people that potentially have an appreciation of the problem. Those that did and were processing large volumes of data at the time have lived this experience before. But now with the cost of compute power coming down, and the increasing ability to capture these massive volumes of data on a more regular basis, obviously the problem is more pervasive. So in some ways, I think it's about exploring some of the ways that we've tackled these problems in the past combined with the new technologies that are available to us to may be solve these problems more rapidly, making sure that we don't forget some of the lessons

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Understanding Life- The Bhagavad Gita Way- 01 Are things around us in nature happening on their own? Or has it been programmed to work apparently on its own? If you think deeply and logically the answer is very obvious. Bhagavad Gita talks about so many things. It talks specifically on 3 modes of nature through which we act differently and we get different types of bodies. We are actually helplessly pulled by the strings of material modes which make us dance the way the modes influences us. In fact, each day there is a competition between these modes of nature. At one moment we are influenced by one and then another. Music and conversation that we listen to, words and ideas we read, the company of friends and colleagues, food we eat, and the activities we perform as a consequence – all these work towards pushing and pulling us in different ways. “In ignorance, one does not know what is God, how to become happy, why we are in this world. For example, if you take an animal to the slaughterhouse, it will go. This is ignorance. But a man will protest. If a goat is to be killed after five minutes but you give it a morsel of grass, it is happy because it is eating. Just like a child—even if you are planning to kill her or kill him, he is happy and laughs because he is innocent. That is ignorance.” - A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

But as we practically see around us, we only see these modes to be in prominence in every part of the globe; more than 95% of the human society is being conditioned by modes of passion and ignorance. To talk about an employee in a company, s/he is continuously motivated to develop the mode of passion in order to be promoted or for that matter to keep the job itself, the media is constantly bombarding people’s mind with images of sex, violence, cheating etc; schools and colleges are generally imparting only technical knowledge which will fetch them good jobs only without teaching the value of life. There is no science which teaches how to transcend these three modes of material nature and become happy. The mode of goodness which is the first step towards understanding God has become very scarce. We don’t have to go to Himalaya or have to go through so many penances just simply chant & not only we can come to the position of ‘sato guna’ but also transcend it just by chanting Hare Krsna Mahamantra – Hare Krsna Hare Krsna Krsna Krsna Hare Hare, Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare. To summarize the thing, comparative study of what these three modes are all about and how it affects is mentioned below: Edition 2 : July 2012


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Modes of Goodness(Sattva Guna) New, clean and neat clothes.

Mode of Passion(Rajas Guna) Bright, catchy & provocative clothes.

Flowers, natural essential oils, incense, fresh air especially in the forests, parks and walking trails. Singing of birds, sound of flowing river, or similar sound of nature. Relaxation and meditation music or prayers.

Perfumes, chemical air fresheners, odor from the polluted cities.

Food - drinks Milk, Spring water, Freshly squeezed juice prepared not more than 20 minutes ago Food type sweet, juicy, fattening and palatable Time of the day Qualities

4-8 a.m. & 4-8 p.m., Time for meditation, prayer, reading sacred scriptures Mind and sense control, tolerance, discrimination, sticking to one's prescribed duty, truthfulness, mercy, careful study of the past and future, satisfaction in any condition, generosity, renunciation of sense gratification, faith in the spiritual master, being embarrassed at improper action, charity, simplicity, humbleness and satisfaction

Songs about human love and material happiness. Songs of love and material happiness. Canned juices, Coffee, tea, Bubbly drinks

Mode of Ignorance(Tamas Guna) Old, torn, stained, wrinkled, stretched & dirty clothes The smell of sweat, decaying food, garbage, tobacco, drugs, alcohol and smells from pubs. Aggressive music and songs using offensive language, rock.

Any drinks which include alcohol, Spoiled drinks

too bitter, too sour, salty, pungent, dry and hot 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., Time for active work

tasteless, stale, putrid, decomposed and unclean 8 p.m. – 4 a.m., Time for rest and sleep

Material desire, great endeavor, audacity, dissatisfaction even in gain, false pride, praying for material advancement, considering oneself different and better than others, sense gratification, fight, a fondness for hearing oneself praised, tendency to ridicule others, advertising one's own prowess and justifying actions by strength

Intolerant anger, stinginess, speaking without scriptural authority, violent hatred, living as a parasite, hypocrisy, chronic fatigue, quarrel, lamentation, delusion, unhappiness, depression, sleeping too much, false expectations, fear and laziness

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Hints Across 1. - select an object by pressing the mouse button 3. - hard drive 5. - machine that processes data 6. - to quit all applications and turn off the computer 8. - place where you put files and folders you want to get rid of 10. - give the file a name and/or store the file in a certain place 14. - where your files live 16. - place to put files and folders you want to delete or get rid of 17. - displays a list of commands 18. - primary text input device 19. - unit of measure = 1,000 20. - press the mouse button twice in rapid succession 21. - pointing device that allows you to tell the computer what to do 22. - space where the computer does its processing 24. - make a change to existing data 26. - organize files and other folders 27. - determines the size of your window 29. - disengage a disk or tape file that has been opened 30. - Mb is 1,000,000 bytes 33. - files you care about 35. - orders the icons by name and shows more information about them 36. - system software that allows your computer to work 39. - points to a specific object 40. - remove data from file or disk

41. - files you create and edit 42. - collections of documents and other folders Down 2. - main chip of the computer 3. - allows you to organize files and folders 4. - making data and storing it as a file 6. - allows your computer to work 7. - loose your work 9. - individual document files 11. - personal computers from Apple 12. - on-screen representation of a desktop 13. - allows you to dialog with the computer 14. - move an object on the screen 15. - tell the computer to create a file on disk 23. - place where you create and edit a document that application makes 25. - allows you to see icons of folders and files 28.-small pictorial on screen representation of an object 30. - keys that change the meaning of what you type 31. - electronics term 32. - press the right button on the mouse 34. - most widely used operating system for personal computers 37. - instructions that tell the computer what to do 38. - allows you to move around through your document

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Photomania

“The aqua allure”

“Ecstasy of hues” It was this very realization that drew me into photography during my teenage. The fascination grew profound when I was honored by an award from Rajasthan Patrika in 2005 and became a captivation during Renaissance’11. Since then I have been totally engrossed in photography. I have a keen interest in wildlife, nature and portrait photography. - Avinash Sharma (III yr) Edition 2 : July 2012


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“A bird sitting on a tree never afraid of shaking of branch because bird trust wings not the branch.�

" A tree is a slow enduring force straining to win the sky"

My zone of photography is nature and I like capturing beauty of it. When I photograph a landscape, a tree or the stars in the sky my worries in life just fade away and I become one with my subject and my surroundings. - Prakash Arora (I yr) Edition 2 : July 2012


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