External Student Activities - UG & PG

Respected Madam & Dear Volunteer, Good Evening. Sub: World Telugu Conference - Training of Volunteers on 14th Dec. The Organisers of World Telugu Conference are inviting registered volunteers from AV College (Total 42 Volunteers) for Training Cum Orientation Session at Pollution Control Board adj to Hetero Drugs/Opp. Police Station on Thursday, 14th Dec 2017 as the following schedule:

For Girls (9:00 am to 10:30 am)

For Boys (10:30 am to 12:00 pm).

Please contact Ms Radhika (Mob: 9100269797 after reaching the venue and further queries. Kindly pass/inform this message to other registered volunteers only.

Names of selected Student Volunteers .

In case of any query regarding names contact IQAC tomorrow during working hours

S.NO NAME DEPARTMENT

1 H jaipal MA telugu

2 CH Sridhar swamy MA telugu

3 K Varalaxmi MA telugu

4 B shiva kumar MA telugu

5 V Nagarjuna MA telugu

6 R Mahesh MA telugu

7 C Vishnu vardhan MA telugu

8 J Shiva Krishna MA telugu

9 K Jyothi MA telugu

10 S Naresh MA telugu

11 G.Swathi Bsc(Mpcs)

12 S.ramyasree Bsc(mpcs)

13 P Naresh MA telugu

14 P Balaramulu MA telugu

15 G Naveen Kumar MA telugu

16 J.aswini Bsc(Mpcs)

17 K Ananda rao MA telugu

18 J.shireesha Bsc(Mpcs)

19 M.Poorna Chandra Bsc(Mpcs)

20 S Mounika MA Telugu

21 M.Shanmukh Bsc(Mpcs)

22 A.SIndhuja Bcom(Comp)

23 B.Divya Bcom(Comp)

24 G.Anusha Bcom(gen)

25 kokkisa harish MBA

26 S.Bharathi MBA

27 p kruthika B.Sc. MSCs

28 l supraja B.Sc. MSCs

29 k bhanu prakash B.Sc. MSCs

30 g rakesh B.Sc. MSCs

31 m ranjith kumar B.Sc. MSCs

32 l sirisha B.Sc. MSCs

33 b dhanraj B.Sc. MSCs

34 B.Saikumar B.Sc MPCs

35 shruthi g B.Sc MSCs

36 v sushmitha B.Sc MPCs

37 Y.Aravind B.Sc MPCs

38 karan singh Thakur B.Sc MPCs

39 J.D Sreemanth Kumar B.Sc MPCs

40 M.karthik B.Sc MPCs

41 Rajasree B.Sc. MPC

42 D. Rohini B.Sc MPC




REGISTER BEFORE - JAN 5, 2018

Posted on Dec 9, 2017 by Prashanth - MA. Telugu (II Yr Class representative)

World Telugu Conference from 14th to 19th December 2017 – Request to Send 30 to 50 Volunteers

Contact Students Co-ordinators for Registration- PG Students contact - Chandrasekhar(M.Com -II Yr) Sridhar Swamy - (MA Telegu II Yr)- 9441931386 UG Students contact - Kruthika (B.Sc. MSCs-IIIYr) - 9493173321 L. Supraja - (B.Sc. MSCs-IIIYr) - 7093514591

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Event: World Telugu Conference Date: 14th to 19th December 2017

Organiser: Government of Telangana

Venue & Timings: Lal Bahadur Stadium from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm. And Other Closely located venues like Telugu University, Ravindra Bharathi , Lalitha Kala Thoranam etc

Deliverables Dress - Girls White Saree with Green Border and Green Color Waist Coat (Will be provided by organiser)

Dress - Boys – White Kurta Pyjama with Green Colour Waist Coat (Will be provided by organiser)

Lunch: All volunteers will be provided with lunch

Certificate : Certificate of Appreciation will be provided to all volunteers

Travel Honorarium: Rs 50 will be provided to each volunteer per day as travel honorarium. This amount will be paid/reimbursed on 19th December 2017. So volunteers are requested to bear one’s travel expenses initially and claim the same within one week after 19th December 2017. Maximum Rs. 50 per day per volunteer.

ID Card: All volunteers are requested to sport one’s ID card throughout the mentioned timings for all the six days. ID Cards will be provided by the organisers.

Request to Send Volunteers :We request you to send 30 to 50 volunteers for the said event. Please confirm your institutions support and participation. We request you to send list of volunteers on or before Monday, 11th December 2017 in excel by 4:00 pm.

Please send one passport size photograph and aadhar card details of respective volunteers.

Nov 2, 2017 - University college for women, Koti in association with Power Grid Corporation of India is organising a Inter College Debate Competition only for Girl Students. The topic of the debate is " The Vision of Creating Corruption free India : Is Corruption Free India Possible". The last date for enrollment/ registration is Oct 29, 2017. Maximum Two teams allowed from each college. The registrations to be sent to ucwkevents@gmail.com after due attestations from the respective colleges. The brochure is enclosed for details



Nov 28 -30, Global Entrepreneurship Summit (Click on link for details)

Oct 21, 2017 at 11am - Free Career Giudance Session for Graduates at IIIT-H, Gachibowli -TalentSprint & The Hindu are conducting Free Career Guidance Session for graduates at IIIT-H, Gachibowli in Seminar Hall 1. The Session will focus on What Industry Wants, Expectations of the Market, Changing Trends in the Industry & Upcoming Career Opportunities in India & Abroad Limited seats by prior registration only. For registrations: 7032805499, email id: itcareers@talentsprint.com.

Oct 30, 2017 UGC National Film making competition -Prizes 2 lakh, 3 lakhs, 5 lakhs Theme-Anti Ragging (Click link for detail).

Anti-ragging Video ( See the last one first)

23 Oct, 2017 - MBA Dept. of Sphoorthy Engineering College Departmental Fest SAVYASACHI 2K17 . For details click here

Sep 18, 2017 Registrations open - Sakshi Youth Festival - 2017 Register for Arenaone - UG & PG

Oct 8, 2017 Pink Ribbon Walk (Breast Cancer Awareness) organized by Ushalakshmi Breast Cancer Foundation (UBF) Venue - 6:30 am at KBR Park, Jubilee Hills near NTR Bhavan/TDP Party Office. Objective/Aim- to create awareness about breast cancer and preventive measures and a message to those affected, that it can be conquered -Participation certificates & refreshments provided to those who register by Oct6, 2017. Interested students mail to avcollegecdc@gmail.com. Bus provided if 75 students are there

Oct 6, 2017 09:00 am to 11:00 am - Wildlife Week Walk from LB Nagar Cross Roads to Deer Park. T-Shirt & refreshments will be provided to confirmed students (last Date- Oct. 4, 2017) . It is a part of Wildlife Week Celebrations 2017 by Telangana Forest Department -Oct 2-8, 2017 at Mahavir Harina Vanasthali National Park, Vanasthalipuram.

Aug 29-30, 2017- Science Academies' Lecture Work-shop on "Frontiers of Science" - for students organized by Aurora Degree & PG College, Chikkadpally - sponsored by Indian Academy of Science (IAS), Indian National Science Academy(INSA) & the National Academy of Sciences(NSA). Participation Log

Sep 15 -16, 2017

MCA Students Festival

Chaitanya Baharthi Institute of Technology

Sept 20, 2017 - Last Date - The 3rd India International Science Festival (IISF 2017) will be held at Chennai from 13th to 16th October 2017.

IISF 2017 is being organized by Ministry of Earth Sciences, Ministry of Science and Technology & Vijnana Bharati (VIBHA). This event is hosted by National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT) at IIT Madras, Anna University, CSIR – CLRI and Madras University. The festival is primarily aimed to involve the common masses to improve their scientific understanding, temperament and appreciation towards various Indian achievements in the field of Science & Technology. It provides a platform to the young scientists, students, technocrats for exchange of knowledge and ideas. IISF supports Government’s flagship programs like Swachh Bharat, Digital India, Smart City, Swasth Bharat etc.

IISF 2017 is organizing a National Level Competition with the theme 'Ideas for Bharat Nirman'.

Three major challenges faced by the society across the nation are posed before the students and research scholars for deriving the most feasible solutions. The best and practical solution provided by the competitors will be rewarded. ( Mentioned below)

Two teams of your college/ Institute can participate in the competition by submitting ideas and solutions to the problem mentioned.

For any queries the contact details are - Prof. Sheetal Shinkhede (Event Coordinator- BHARAT NIRMAN), The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Vadodara, M: 9099063783 sheetalshinkhede@gmail.com

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The Problem statements are

1. Behaviour Change Behaviour change is fundamental to the Swachhata.

Several inter-personal techniques through community approaches to sanitation are being used across the country to trigger behaviour change. But old habits die hard and behaviour change takes time. Some people continue to defecate in the open even after having a household toilet. Therefore innovative solutions to trigger and motivate people to stop open defecation and use toilets, at scale is inivited. The solutions should be:  Scalable  Non coercive  Socially acceptable  Yield instant or immediate shift in behaviours Courtesy : mygov.in

2. Toilet technology

There is a need to promote affordable, sustainable and environmentally friendly toilet technologies across the nation. However, in certain parts of the country, these available technologies have not been successful in being robust and cost-effective. This is especially true for areas which are flood-prone, areas which have a hard rock surface, and areas which are remote and poorly connected with transportation infrastructure. The solutions for innovative toilet technologies from the participants is invited for the following areas:

1. Remote and poorly connected areas or/and 2. Hard rock areas or/and 3. Flood Prone areas It is expected that the technology is cost-effective, sustainable, reliable and durable, userfriendly, weather proof, environmental-friendly, and preferably uses locally available material (locally implies the area to which the technology is built for). Courtesy : mygov.in

3. Technological solutions for safe disposal of menstrual waste

With increase in education and awareness levels around Menstrual Health and Hygiene, more and more women and adolescent girls in the country are switching to safe sanitary options to manage their menstrual cycles. However, there is still no formal waste management system of sanitary waste. Often these are disposed off in fields, water bodies, flushed in toilets or dumped along with the regular solid waste. We are looking for technological solutions to manage and to dispose off sanitary waste. The solution should be:  Safe for the environment, and not cause any air, water or soil pollution  Cost-effective  Scalable across villages and institutions such as schools, colleges, etc. Courtesy : mygov.in

TERMS AND CONDITIONS TO UPLOAD THE SOLUTIONS

 Last date to receive the solutions from the participants will be 15th Sep 2017  The competition will be a team event of 3-4 members per team  Each team will upload the solutions on IISF 2017 website  Format for submission – word (doc/docx)  Components of the solution – -Indian Perspective -Objective -Design of the study and its feasibility -Suggestions  Declaration of result on the website by 25th Sep 2017

*Keep visiting our website regularly : www.scienceindiafest.org Fifty teams will be short listed in first round and they will be called at IISF 2017 to present their work. Travel Allowance, lodging and boarding for the selected team will be barred by II


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Sep 9 -11, 2017 , 3 day Youth Festival at Vivekananda Institute of Human Excellence, Ramakrishna Math, Hyd -29.

  1. 9th SEPT 2017, 10.00 am - Convention for MBA & PG Students and Young Professionals Theme: Leadership Excellence
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Sep 7-8, 2017 The next trillion where and how to create it --TiE and ISB have been conducting TiE-ISB Connect programs for several years as a joint event to foster and nurture entrepreneurship and build up the start-up ecosystem of Hyderabad. Here eminent keynote speakers and industry experts participate in panel discussions on various topics related to startups. The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE), founded in 1992 in Silicon Valley by successful entrepreneurs, corporate executives, and senior professionals. There are currently 13,000 members, including over 2,500 charter members in 57 chapters across 14 countries. TiE’s mission is to foster entrepreneurship globally through mentoring, networking, and education. TiE’s focus is on generating and nurturing our next generation of entrepreneurs dedicated to the virtuous cycle of wealth creation-giving back to community

Sept 1-6, 2017 : The ‘Mega Science Exhibition’ is being jointly organised by CSIR - IICT, CCMB and NGRI from September 1 to 6 at at Zaheer Memorial (ZM) School, Habsiguda on the occasion of its 75th Foundation Day. It showcases significant technologies developed by all the 38 National Laboratories under the umbrella of CSIR, covering the areas of health, food, drinking water, environment, housing, energy.

The exhibition is on from 9.30 am to 6 pm daily.

  • National Level Paper presentation on "Goods and Services Tax - A Revolutionary Change in India" at Bhavans Vivekananda College of Science, Humanities and Commerce,for all UG and PG students on August 26, 2017.

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