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We nowadays get to hear a lot about carbon footprints (the total amount of greenhouse gases produced to directly and indirectly support huma...

New Technological Invention Turns Crop Waste to Biofuel

We nowadays get to hear a lot about carbon footprints (the total amount of greenhouse gases produced to directly and indirectly support human activities) and ways to reduce it. Recently a group of scientists in Kashipur, Uttarakhand with the help of technology have come up with a new engineering invention that can reduce our Import bills as well as carbon footprints - an industrial plant that converts agricultural waste to biofuel.

Dr. Harsh Vardhan, our Science Minister on the occasion of Earth Day, 22nd April 2016 inaugurated this plant that can convert upto 10 tonnes of crop waste daily into high value ethanol that can be blended with petrol to run vehicles.

Following is the NDTV coverage about this technological invention where our science minister told NDTV, "This second generation ethanol is being produced from so called agricultural waste which becomes an asset to the farmer. It helps the contentious issue of climate change and global warming. It helps us to reduce carbon emissions."

Annually India produces 300 million tonnes of agricultural waste a lot of which ends up being burnt leading to severe air pollution. Experts say, this plant generates almost 300 liters of alcohol for every 1000 kilograms of waste. It is also the most efficient technology solution in the world.


Longing to meet your long gone friends? AVCOE brings this opportunity to connect with your oldies. Fill out the following form and share wit...

Longing to meet your long gone friends?

Longing to meet your long gone friends? AVCOE brings this opportunity to connect with your oldies.

Fill out the following form and share with all your batch mates. Connect with us to know more about the Alumni Meet 2017.


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17th May marks the anniversary of the signing of the first International Telegraph Convention and the creation of the International Telecom...

WORLD TELECOMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION SOCIETY DAY

17th May marks the anniversary of the signing of the first International Telegraph Convention and the creation of the International Telecommunication Union.

The purpose of World Telecommunication and Information Society Day (WTISD) is to help raise awareness of the possibilities that the use of the Internet and other information and communication technologies (ICT) can bring to societies and economies, as well as of ways to bridge the digital divide.

World Telecommunication Day
World Telecommunication Day has been celebrated annually on 17 May since 1969, marking the founding of ITU and the signing of the first International Telegraph Convention in 1865. It was instituted by the Plenipotentiary Conference in Malaga-Torremolinos in 1973.

World Information Society Day
The General Assembly adopted a resolution in March 2006 stating that World Information Society Day shall be celebrated every year on 17 May.

World Telecommunication and Information Society Day
In November 2006, the ITU Plenipotentiary Conference in Antalya, Turkey, decided to celebrate both events on 17 May as World Telecommunication and Information Society Day with a view to:
stimulating reflection and exchanges of ideas on the theme adopted by the Council
debating the various aspects of the theme with all partners in society
formulating a report reflecting national discussions on the issues underlying the theme, to be fed back to ITU and the rest of its membership


In 2016, World Telecommunication and Information Society Day (WTISD-2016) is focusing on the theme: “ICT entrepreneurship for social impact”

"Small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), start-ups and technology hubs are the drivers of innovative and practical solutions for catalysing progress especially in developing countries. SMEs make up more than 90 per cent of all businesses worldwide, and represent a 'path out of poverty' for many developing countries."- quoted Houlin Zhao, ITU Secretary-General on the occasion of WTISD 2016

The story of ITU is one of international cooperation, among governments, private companies and other stakeholders. The continuing mission is to achieve the best practical solutions for integrating new technologies as they develop, and to spread their benefits to all.

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The Information Technology Industry has emerged in India because of the concerted efforts of Government particularly since 1980s, private...

Exciting Career in the IT Industry

The Information Technology Industry has emerged in India because of the concerted efforts of Government particularly since 1980s, private initiatives, public private partnerships and emergence of software technology parks.

India was the first among the developing nations to recognize the importance of software, the key driver behind exporting software was foreign exchange. In 1990s due to the stringent US laws the US based IT companies adopted a model where in only some programmers would work at the Client’s premises i.e USA whereas others would continue to work here in India at their back end offices. As the Indian IT industry adopted this new model the Indian IT exports boomed.  Among the Fortune 500 companies over 250 outsource their software related work to India. Leading Indian IT firms such as Infosys and Wipro have gone multinational and have offices around the world employing nationals in these countries.

What is going to happen in IT in coming years?
The IT- Information Technology sector includes a vast domain of fields like software development, consultancies, software management, online services, Business Process Outsourcing etc. The field currently is undergoing rapid evolution and is changing the shape of not only the Businesses in India but also the Global Businesses. With the upcoming e-commerce and m-commerce sectors the IT industry is going to see immense growth beyond the capacity of what we can even imagine as of now. 
Future growth is surely going to come in a form of combination of higher value services, increasingly non-linear play and further extension of the sector’s cost proposition. The sector is expanding rapidly in terms of vertical and geographical markets, attracting new customers, transforming from a technology to strategic partner.

Some upcoming technologies in IT sector include:
·         Algorithmic Personality Detection
·         Bots
·         Quantum Computing

How vast is Information Technology?

The IT industry is one which is not limited to software development alone. Technology can be applied in almost all fields right from libraries, hospitals, banks, shops, prisons, hotels, airports, train stations to  many other places through database management systems, or through custom-made software as seen fit.


Where to study about Information Technology in the best possible way?

A lot of IT colleges have since then been educating students to make them ready for the coming futuristic IT world. One such college is Amrutvahini College of Engineering. The IT department in AVCOE was started in 2001 with intake of only 30 students back then. It has increased to 60 since the academic year 2008-2009. The institute has all the state of the art facilities helping students to gain updated and latest knowledge of the IT industry.

So if you are looking forward to make an exciting career in the IT Industry and explore the upcoming technologies you know where to head for.



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Let us take a peek into the lives of AVCOE Alumni you have made us nothing but proud. Placement & Alumni’s: Our former students are plac...

AVCOE Alumni - You Make Us Proud

Let us take a peek into the lives of AVCOE Alumni you have made us nothing but proud.

Placement & Alumni’s:
Our former students are placed in well-known companies. Our purpose is here to educate you about college placements and alumni’s industry experience.

Name: Mr. Rajesh Girotra
Designation: Working in Elitecore as a Business Head graduated from AVCOE.
Experience: He has experience of more than 20 years in Telecom & IT services industry.

Name: Mr. Saurabh Bhatnagar
Designation: Working in Oracle as a Senior Director – Cloud Business Group.
Experience: 20+ years of software experience.

Name: Mr. Rajneesh Gupta
Designation: Working in Sohamsaa Systems as a Senior Vice President, Sales & Marketing.

Name: Mr. Manish Bhatia
Designation: Senior Manager Sales at Kennametal

Name: Mr. Ajay Bakshi
Designation: Director Commercial at Hadden Motors Company
Experience: 20+ years of industry experience.


If your dream is to get the best education and placement, then come be a part of AVCOE.
“Your path to success begins from here”
We will update you more about our distinguished Alumni’s every week. So stay tuned!

About AVCOE:

Amrutvahini College of Engineering is ISO certified.
AVCOE is accredited by NAAC.
AVCOE is affiliated with Pune University.
AVCOE is approved by AICTE.

The college offers distinctive education and state-of-the-art facilities for the students.

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