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THE JALPAIGURI GOVERNMENT ENGINEERING COLLEGE
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION,
JALPAIGURI

Reg.No:-S/1L/No-70053 of 2010-2011.

Address: Jalpaiguri Government Engineering College Campus, P.O. Denguajhar, Dist. Jalpaiguri, West Bengal, India

UPCOMING EVENTS

BRIDGING THE GAP HELD AT JGEC CAMPUS

(Technological Innovation Challenge, Engineering Seminar, Scholarship Program & Communication Program on Innovation Thinking & Leadership)
 
A. 12 August, 2017:
 
(i) INTRA COLLEGE INNOVATION CHALLENGE
 
 
- Inaugural Session
- Speech by Mr. Aloke kumar Basu (Voltage Engineering Ltd)
 
 
(ii) WORKSHOP ON "INNOVATIVE THINKING"
 
(at Language Lab)
 
- Interactive Session in presence of Dr. ChandanHaldar
 
B. 13 Aug, 2017:
 
(i) SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
 
Face to face interaction with applicants for six scholarship schemes
 
(ii) ENGINEERING SEMINAR (BRIDGING THE GAP)
 
- Effective communication by Mr. DebashishChatterjee (Founder member of Adcool Trade & Services)
- Surviving Convergenceby Dr. ChandanHaldar (Founder Member of Morphing Machines, Bangalore)
- Magical mathematics by Prof. Asok Kumar Mallik (IIEST, Shibpur)
- Vote of thanks

DR. CHANDAN HALDAR VISITED JGEC CAMPUS TO ATTEND 12-13 AUGUST PROGRAM:

Dr. ChandanHaldar is the Managing Director and Chief Strategist of Morphing Machines, a deep technology R&D company launched from the Technology Entrepreneurship Center at the Indian Institute of Science at Bangalore in 2005. At Morphing Machines he provides the strategic leadership to the evolution of the path-breaking reconfigurable massively parallel processor architecture and System-on-Chip platform technology named REDEFINE, which is attracting global attention of key customers and researchers recently. Dr. Haldar is also associated with Terra Incognitus Systems Research Alliance, intended to be a niche R&D incubator for building breakthrough open systems and software solutions using advanced research-centric technologies for a variety of applications relevant to India and other emerging markets.
 
Dr. Haldar earned his BTech (Honors) and MTech degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology at Kharagpur in 1984 and 1985 respectively, followed by a PhD degree in Computer Science and Engineering in 1993 from the Department of Computer Science and Automation at the Indian Institute of Science at Bangalore. He has published numerous academic research papers in wellknown international conferences and journals in the areas of Theoretical Computer Science, Parallel Algorithms, and Artificial Intelligence, covering applications in Computational Geometry, Symbolic Algebraic Computation, and Dynamics of Algorithms. Subsequently, he held senior technical and management leadership positions in several world-leading computer systems and software technology corporations. He led the Medical Systems software development group of Siemens in India and consulted for other real-time systems and software R&D at Siemens during 1993-1999. He spearheaded the IT Architecture and Java technology initiatives for Sun Microsystems in India during 1999-2000. In 2000, he set up the Lucent Technologies Bell Labs product development center at Bangalore and led the organization as country director, till 2004, with global engineering ownership of several key telecommunication systems and software product lines of Lucent Technologies, covering both core wireline networks and mobile wireless networks. He has also held the Senior Director position heading the America Online software development center at Bangalore. Driven by passion for advanced computing and communication technology and hands-on applied computer science and engineering, Dr. Haldar has been involved in deep technology entrepreneurial ventures in India since 2007.
 
Dr. Haldar is a core member and key contributor to Kenneth Anderson Nature Society, a non-profit voluntary organization working for wildlife protection, biodiversity conservation, and alleviation of human-wildlife conflict in the Melagiris forests in the Tamil Nadu Cauvery Basin area.
 
Dr. Haldar is an alumnus of the Senior Executive Programme of the London Business School as the recipient of theAditya Birla India Centre Scholarship in 2003. He was a National Talent Search scholar during 1977-1985 and a CSIR Research Associate during 1991-1993. He is a Senior Member of the ACM, the IEEE, and the IEEE Computer Society.

PROFESSOR A. K. MALLIK VISITED JGEC CAMPUS

Eminent national level educationist, Professor Asok Kumar Mallik shall attend the Alumni Association Program at Jalpaiguri Government Engineering College on 12-13 Aug. He will enlighten the young minds with his valuable lecture on mathematics during seminar on 13 Aug. He is one of the popular national speaker and guide who is famous for simplifying complex subjects in most understandable language for all.
 
Professor Asok Kumar Mallik was born in 1947 at Kolkata, West Bengal. He attended The Scottish Church Collegiate School at Kolkata and finished his higher secondary education in 1962. He obtained his Bachelor and Master's degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Bengal Engineering College, Shibpur in 1967 and 1969, respectively. He continued there as a Teacher-Trainee until 1970, when he joined the Department of Mechanical Engineering at IIT Delhi as a lecturer. In 1971 he moved to IIT Kanpur as a lecturer in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. He obtained his Ph.D from IIT Kanpur in 1973. Between 1982-2009, he was a Professor in the same department. Presently, he came back to West Bengal and associated with his alma mater, IIEST Shibpur as distinguished honorary professor.
 
During his stay at IIT Kanpur, he went as a commonwealth scholar to Institute of Sound and Vibration Research, Southampton, England, where he spent 16 months. Later on, he went to TH, Aachen and TU, Darmstadt, Germany, as an Alexander von Humboldt fellow for a total duration of two years including four summers.
 
He has taught a large number of UG and PG courses, mainly in the broad area of Mechanics. These include Mechanics of Solid, Theory of Mechanisms and Machines, Dynamics, Vibrations etc. He has actively participated in the first year course on Physics. He has fabricated a large number of teaching (visual) aids, two educational movies and a forty-lectures video course for transmission in a national channel. Lately he is involved in a series of popular lectures on Elementary Mathematics.
 
His research areas include Analysis and Control of Mechanical Vibration, Nonlinear Dynamics, Kinematics and Robotics. Along with his students and colleagues, he has authored more than seventy research papers in International Journals. Many results reported by him find prominent mention in a number of international textbooks and handbooks. He has authored/coauthored six textbooks published in India and abroad.
 
He has been elected a fellow of The Indian National Academy of Engineering, The National Academy of Sciences, India, The Indian Academy of Sciences and The Indian National Science Academy. He received the honorary life membership of The Association of Machines and Mechanisms for life-time contribution. He is a recipient of The Distinguished Teacher Award of IIT Kanpur.
 
Research Interests:
 
Mechanical Vibration, Vibration control, Nonlinear vibration and Chaos in mechanical systems, Kinematics and dynamics of machinery.
 
The JGEC Alumni Association is requesting all to attend the program of 12-13 Aug at JGEC campus. Apart from engineering seminar, technological innovation competition, scholarship program and interpersonal skill related workshop will also be held on 12-13 Aug.

NEW GOVERNING BODY FOR ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

New alumni association governing body formed. Respected first batch senior, Mr. Partha Moulik completed his three years tenure as president of alumni association and as per constitution it was time for new president of alumni association. Respected alumnus, Mr. Suprovat Chattopadhyay of 1968 batch become new president of alumni association. It was three golden years that Partha da was president when the project Kanchenjunga decisions and construction started at our beloved campus.
 
 
The new governing body members are as follows:
 
- Suprovat Chattopadhyay (President, 1968 batch)
- Premangshu Ghosh (Vice President, 1979 batch)
- Dilip Kumar Roy (Secretary, 1984 batch)
- Mitul Ranjan Chakraborti (Asst. Secretary, 1996 batch)
- Bhaskar Dasgupta (Treaurer, 1983 batch)
- Bramha Dev Sharma (Internal Auditor and coordinator, 1980 batch)
- Biplob Kanti Roy (1996 batch)
- Dr. Amaresh Dalal (2000 batch)
- Nirjhar Ghosh (2007 batch)
- Saptarshi Sarkar (2013 batch)
- Aminul Hoque (2014 batch)
 
Discussion on various issues happened during Alumni Association meeting held on 12-13 Aug. Meeting held at Annexed facility of Kanchenjunga (construction site office for Kanchenjunga). Discussion held with students as well to understand if the alumni initiatives are helpful for them. Also campus interview condition is dismal this time. Alumni association requests all alumnus to support through their own channels for campusing.
Also, other priorities discussed. Priorities are promoting more technology innovation drive at campus, arranging more value based programs for the students of JGEC, continuing the series of activities which are undergoing (eg scholarship program) and completion of Kanchenjunga. Immediate target is to complete ground floor for Kanchenjunga and make it properly functional so that Kanchenjunga can start providing intended purpose. So alumni association requests all to contribute generously to build Kanchenjunga. New President of Alumni Association, Mr. Suprovat Chattopadhyay also provided his valuable thoughts in the program.

Welcome Mr. Suprovat Chattopadhyay, as new President of Alumni Association

As our respected first batch senior, Partha Moulik completed his three years tenure as president of alumni association and as per constitution it was time for new president of alumni association. Mr. Suprovat Chattopadhyay becomes the new president of alumni association.

Mr. Suprovat Chattopadhyay graduated from JGEC in the year 1968. After graduation in civil engineering, he did his M. Tech from IIT Kharagpur. In his long professional career he worked at different companies. He worked in DCPL at early stage of his career for almost seven years. After that, he stays most of his time at abroad. He spent a considerable amount of time in oil and petrochemical industry. He spent a large portion of his career at ENI. Eni S.p.A. is an Italian multinational oil and gas company headquartered in Rome. Considered one of the global supermajors, it has operations in 79 countries, and is currently world's 11th largest industrial company with a market capitalization of 68 billion euros (US$ 90 billion). After formal retirement from ENI, he is at present stationed at Kolkata. He used to keeps himself busy with own ventures. From inception of Alumni Association at JGEC Campus in 2010-11, he used to act as an inspiration. His love for students community, jovial character, huge experience and love for education will help to engage alumni association activities more inside our beloved campus, JGEC.

Appeal for Kanchenjunga

Dear All,

Kanchenjunga ground floor is under progress.

Major upcoming milestone is roof casting for ground floor.
Alumni Association decided to complete the ground floor with top most priority with all intended services/ facilities of ground floor.
Alumni Association requests all respected alumnus to contribute to build Kanchenjunga...it's all about DREAM and realization of the Dream.

How to contribute for Kanchenjunga (a Convention Centre inside JGEC Campus)?

Recipient Name: The Jalpaiguri Government Engineering College (JGEC) Alumni Association
Address: JGEC Campus, P.O. Denguajhar, Dist. Jalpaiguri, PIN - 735102, West Bengal, India
SBI C.A. Account No. 31232430610
IFSC Code: SBIN0007194
Branch Code: 7194

5 September: Happy Teacher's Day

Dear Respected Teachers,

 

It is a great honour for all of us to pay our sincere respect and regards to our resected professors on auspicious Teacher’s Day.

 

Alumni Association pays tribute to your continual effort to build nation’s biggest assets.

Letter from Outgoing President of Alumni Association, Mr. Partha Moulik

Dear Respected Alumnus,

First of all I would like to thank you for your great support for which Alumni Association is able to organize various effective events at our beloved JGEC campus.

Secondly, I would like to inform you that, with all of your great support and wishes, I have completed three years tenure as President of Alumni Association and as per constitution of Alumni Association it was time for me to hand over the baton to new President of Alumni Association.

Respected alumnus, Mr. Suprovat Chattopadhyay of 1968 batch becomes new president of alumni association.

Being first batch student of JGEC, it was really a great honour and pleasure for me to work with all of you in this prestigious position. It was three golden years that I worked as President of Alumni Association. Few important decisions and actions have been initiated during this tenure of last three years.

Alumni Association decided to promote more innovative ideas, for which Alumni Association is regularly organizing Technology Innovation Challenge at campus, for our beloved brothers and sisters. Clean Hostel drive was one of the major initiative that Alumni Association taken last year.

Most importantly, Project Kanchenjunga decisions and construction started at our beloved campus during this time. Building Kanchenjunga will have multiple benefit for the students of JGEC and it will be a project for which we all shall be proud.

During 12-13 August 2017 Alumni Meet at JGEC campus, new alumni association governing body formed, as well.

The new governing body members are as follows:

Suprovat Chattopadhyay (President, 1968 batch)
Premangshu Ghosh (Vice President, 1979 batch)
Dilip Kumar Roy (Secretary, 1984 batch)
Mitul Ranjan Chakraborti (Asst. Secretary, 1996 batch)
Bhaskar Dasgupta (Treaurer, 1983 batch)
Bramha Dev Sharma (Internal Auditor and coordinator, 1980 batch)
Biplob Kanti Roy (1996 batch)
Dr. Amaresh Dalal (2000 batch)
Nirjhar Ghosh (2007 batch)
Saptarshi Sarkar (2013 batch)
Aminul Hoque (2014 batch)

Discussion on various issues happened during 12-13 Aug meeting which was held at Annexed facility of Kanchenjunga (construction site office for Kanchenjunga).

Priorities have been discussed. Priorities are promoting more technology innovation drive at campus, arranging more value based programs for the students of JGEC, continuing the series of activities which are undergoing (eg scholarship program) and completion of Kanchenjunga.

Immediate target is to complete ground floor for Kanchenjunga and make it properly functional so that Kanchenjunga can start providing intended purpose of ground floor. So Alumni Association requests all to contribute generously to complete ground floor Kanchenjunga. New President of Alumni Association, Suprovat Chattopadhyay also provided his valuable thoughts in the program.


I would like to take this as an opportunity to congratulate Suprovat Chattopadhyay and all new governing body members.

I personally wish all the success to Suprovat Chattopadhyay.

Suprovat Chattopadhyay graduated from JGEC in the year 1968. After graduation in civil engineering, he did his M. Tech from IIT Kharagpur. In his long professional career he worked at different companies. He worked in DCPL at early stage of his career for almost seven years. After that, he stays most of his time at abroad. He spent a considerable amount of time in oil and petrochemical industry. He spent a large portion of his career at ENI. Eni S.p.A. is an Italian multinational oil and gas company headquartered in Rome. Considered one of the global super majors, it has operations in 79 countries, and is currently world's 11th largest industrial company with a market capitalization of 68 billion euros (US$ 90 billion). After formal retirement from ENI, he is at present stationed at Kolkata. He used to keeps himself busy with own ventures. From inception of Alumni Association at JGEC Campus in 2010-11, he used to act as an inspiration. His love for students’ community, jovial character, huge experience and love for education will help to engage alumni association activities more inside our beloved campus, JGEC.

Being part of great JGEC family and first batch student of JGEC, I would always associate myself with our beloved alma mater.

I am sure that with your great support Alumni Association will able to reach new heights and support to establish a stronger brand called JGEC.

With Best Regards,

Partha Moulik

Ex- President

The Jalpaiguri Government Engineering College Alumni Association

JGEC Campus

Jalpaiguri,

WB, India

Greeting from New President of Alumni Association

Dear Alumnus of JGEC,

Greetings!!

It is a great pride and at the same time huge honour and responsibility to get a chance to serve our Alma Mater through the JGEC Alumni Association. To take over from Parthada, our first batch alumnus, itself is a big honour for me. Since the formation of the JGEC Alumni Association in 2010-11 it has come a long way within a short span of only seven years. The wholehearted cooperation and active participation of some of our dear alumnus has paved the way to move forward with a very positive attitude of helping our junior brothers and sisters in the form of various supports and encouragements. The most commendable of the initiatives are:

1.     “Bridging the Gap” movement to bring the theoretical knowledge and practical experience together

2.     Technical innovative idea development through technical exhibitions

3.     Arranging seminars on various fields by dignitaries from within and outside India

4.     Providing Scholarships and other helps for the students

5.     Clean Hostel drive to maintain hygienic living conditions for the young ones

The most important project taken up by the JGEC Alumni Association is to build the state of the art facility named “Kanchenjunga” within the campus to facilitate the activities in a more intense and effective way.

My task as the newly elected President of the Alumni Association will primarily be to carry the Torch, lit by Parthada and his efficient team, forward in a decent manner and add a few more feathers to the cap in the years to come. In this journey I need the whole hearted cooperation from all especially the past and the present Executive Committee members, Alumnus from all walks of life, near and far. Without the help and cooperation from all it will be impossible for me to bring the dream of the JGEC Alumni Association to reality.

With heartiest congratulations to all…

Suprovat Chattopadhyay

Jalpaiguri Government Engineering College 1968 Batch

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