Mangaluru: Day-long national conference ‘NCFITM’ held at Srinivas University

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Mangaluru, Jun 30: NCFITM-2022, a day-long national conference was inaugurated virtually on June 30, at 10 am at Srinivas University Pandeshwar campus by Dr K E Prakash, principal and director of Shree Devi Institute of Technology, Mangaluru and former registrar at Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belagavi.

CA A Raghavendra Rao, chancellor of Srinivas University and president of A Shama Rao Foundation was the president of this function. Dr A Srinivas Rao, pro-chancellor of Srinivas University and vice-president of A Shama Rao Foundation, Mangaluru was the guest of honour for the inauguration. Dr P S Aithal, vice chancellor of Srinivas University briefed about the conference and its importance.

After releasing the Research Abstract book, the chief guest Dr K E Prakash said that, the title of the conference 'Future and Innovation Technology in IT, Management, and Education' is very trendy because of the amount of knowledge and technology that are seen today in order to solve many challenges is enormous. The smartphones we carry in our pockets are more powerful devices than the olden supercomputers. He also mentioned that, how today information technology has grown far beyond the simple use of computer systems and communications. He said that, IT is now regarded as the primary driver of global business expansion. Developers, software engineers, and IT experts are using cutting-edge technology to innovate industries, improve personal life tasks, and improve social life. At the end he congratulated the organizers for organizing this event and helping young researchers to think about new areas in IT and management.

Pro-chancellor of the university Dr Satya Sai Kumar was also present on the occasion. The international speakers Dr Vishal Dattana, faculty, Department of Computing, Middle East College, Muskat, Dr Rajermani Thinakaran, a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Data Science and Information Technology (FDSIT) at the INTI International University, Nilai, Malaysia were present for the inauguration.

Soon after the inauguration, the first keynote session begun with the international speaker Dr Vishal Dattana, faculty, department of Computing, Middle East College, Muskat on the topic ‘Industry 4.0 Why it Matters?’. The second session was taken by Dr Rajermani Thinakaran, a senior lecturer in the faculty of Data Science and Information Technology (FDSIT) at the INTI International University, Nilai, Malaysia on ‘Intelligent Tutoring System- A User Model’. The third session was delivered by Dr P S Aithal, vice-chancellor, Srinivas University on the topic ‘Emerging Trends in Computing & Networking to build Information Superhighways’. Around 150 research scholars and faculties from various colleges participated in this conference.

More than 50 research articles received from various research scholars. From 2 pm to 4 pm the researcher presented their work and it took place with two parallel sessions by the eminent research professors. Dr Krishna Prasad K, associate professor of ICIS was the session chair for this presentation. Prof Harshitha from ICIS rendered the invocation. The conference convener and the professor of ICIS, Dr Nethravathi P S welcomed and introduced the guests to the gathering. Prof Subramanya Bhat, dean of ICIS gave the vote of thanks and Prof Divya Naveen was the master of ceremony for the inaugural function.




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