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Sharda University Organises 3rd International Conference on Computing, Communication, and Intelligent Systems

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Posted on 07 Nov 2022
13:04 PM
International Conference held at Sharda University

International Conference held at Sharda University Source: Sharda University

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A Two-day International Conference on computing, communication and intelligence concluded at Sharda University
The program was attended by students, teachers, and researchers of Sharda University

A Two-day International Conference on computing, communication and intelligence concluded at Sharda University. This conference received an overwhelming response from researchers all over the globe and 169 papers were presented during the conference. The conference has 8 keynote sessions on various recent research areas by eminent speakers from Samsung Research India, Amazon Web Services, India, DRDO, India, and other agencies, universities, research labs from Australia, USA, Spain and Bangladesh during these two days.

Welcoming the guest, YK Gupta, Pro-Chancellor, Sharda University said “in today’s time changes are taking place at a very fast rate so it is important to learn everything and keep yourself updated. After covid, we can clearly see that technology is the future. Advising students, he said, always learn there should be no full stop to learning”.

Addressing the gathering, Dr. Sibaram Khara, Vice Chancellor, Sharda University, said “Research and teaching, both should progress parallelly and complement each other. He also elaborated on several approaches adopted by the university to achieve this goal”.

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Professor Parma Nand , Dean Academics Sharda University, averred “this conference is getting bigger and bigger in terms of attracting large numbers of papers; quality of scrutiny while accepting papers and increase in popularity all over the globe. This is a great platform provided to students for learning and updating themselves regarding the technology.

Prof. Nitin Rakesh, Head, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, said that “The credit for the successful organisation of this conference goes to the highly skilled faculty members and student volunteers. It is the result of long planning, advertisement, and proper execution. ICCCIS-22 will create awareness among our students for new technologies and latest research.”

Last updated on 07 Nov 2022
13:04 PM
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