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Conferences/ Seminars Information Security

Data Privacy Week: Privacy by Design – Anzar Malik and Srishti Sinha

SCIT’s Team Matrix is known for its active participation in hosting frequent seminars, workshops, knowledge-sharing sessions, lecture series, and online/offline events that are aimed at strengthening the aptitude of the students in the field of cyber security and information security. Data privacy week is a week of deliberate efforts towards increasing privacy awareness and is […]

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Poetry Team Reflections

Ek Parinda (Zindagi) – Sachin

लिख रहा हूँ कुछ पन्नो पर कुछ खाली रह गए हैं, बाग कोई दिखता नहीं शहर में तो बस अब माली रह गए हैं !! उड़ता परिंदा आसमां मे देखो आज कैसे पंखो का कत्ल कर रहा, जिंदगी पीछे खींचती रही और मंजिले आगे कुछ यूं वो जिंदगी भर एक सफर पर रहा !! निकला […]

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Campus Alerts Guest Lectures/ Workshops

Integrity and Ethics Conclave 2022 –Anzar Malik and Srishti Sinha

“Integrity is doing the right thing even when no one is watching.” – C.S. Lewis An ever-changing business environment is the order of the day. To maximize profit and survive in the competitive environment, businesses sometimes overlook business ethics and integrity. From employees holding multiple jobs simultaneously, one vendor monopoly in the market, unethical marketing […]

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Poetry Team Reflections

Pursuit of Home – Shubhangi Sanghi

That beautiful little abode in the lap of mountains,  Full of serenity, Sunny days and earthy rains. The place that smells of comfort and peace it gives, There is my home where my mind and soul lives. Flew away to a new city miles and miles apart, Bid adieu to those loving faces with the […]

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Miscellaneous Team Reflections

Diwali: An Economic Perspective –  Anzar Malik and Vaishnavi Musunuri

Why do we celebrate Diwali?  Mainly in Hindu mythology, Diwali is a day when Lord Rama and his family return home after 14 years in exile. The villagers decorated a path with lights for Rama, who had conquered the maleficent king Ravana. Enacting skits of this story is a famous way of celebration in many […]

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Miscellaneous Team Reflections

World Food Day – Srishti Sinha

“You absolutely can make peace with food.” – Josie Spinardi World Food Day is celebrated internationally on October 16 every year to immortalize the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) which was founded back in 1945. This day is celebrated by several organizations that work towards food security and hunger eradication. It is a day […]

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Events/ Activities

Sprout’IT 22 “Essence of Erised: Vision to Venture” – Sachin & Aditya Barbole

The prestigious event Sprout’IT 22, organized by the Information Technology Entrepreneurship & Leadership Forum (iTELF) of SCIT, took place on 17 September 2022. This notable event started with an introductory video about the event. Then hosts of the event invited the honorable Director Dr. Dhanya Pramod and Deputy Director Dr. Kanchan Patil to lighten the […]

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Leisure Miscellaneous

Increasing Population: Boon or Burden – Vaishnavi Musunuri

For many, an increase in population means a decrease in resources, land, and employment. But a few argue that population increase can be a boon for a country to develop its economy. This is where the concept of demographic dividend comes in. The United Nations Population fund defines Demographic Dividend as “the economic growth potential […]

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Miscellaneous Team Reflections

Teacher’s Day – Anzar Malik

“True teachers are those who help us think for ourselves.” ~ Dr SarvepalliRadhakrishnan Teachers’ Day in India is celebrated every year on September 5th to mark the birthanniversary of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. He was a former President of India,scholar, philosopher, and Bharat Ratna recipient. As an educationist, he endorsededucation and was a prominent envoy, academician, […]

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Miscellaneous Team Reflections

Save Environment, Save You – Yash Dahima

Imagine, you wake up one day, get ready to go to work, grab your car keys and oxygen cylinderon your back, put an enormous mask on, and leave your house. On the way, you see nochildren on the streets, no birds chirping, no dogs, no trees, no parks, no lakes, only humansand cemented buildings. Looks […]

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