B. S. Anangpuria Institute of Technology and Management

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B. S. Anangpuria Institute of Technology & Management

It is one of the premier Educational Institutes of the State Haryana, established in the year 2001. The Institute is affiliated to M. D. University, Rohtak, Haryana and approved by AICTE & Government of Haryana. Ever since its inception, the Institute is embarking on a journey of success which is endless in its pursuits and infinite in its boundless achievements. With best of academic ambiance, educational practices, state-of-the-art infrastructural facilities, competent faculty, it has become a center of excellence that is catering the needs of hundreds of youngsters every year.

The aim of the Institute is to develop human resource with adequate knowledge, skills and positive attitude to steer the growth by bringing innovation and creativity to work.

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Our dedicated faculty fraternity is committed to the task of ensuring that our graduates are well trained to meet the demanding challenges of their chosen profession in the competitive world.

We, at  B. S. Anangpuria Educational Institute, use various teaching methodological tools like guest lectures, discussions, seminars, industrial visits, etc. to enhance the effectiveness of the total teaching and learning process.

We have a long history of excellence and repute and have a solemn commitment to address ourselves vigorously to the needs arising from a dynamic and rapidly changing society.

 

B. S. ANANGPURIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT (B. S. A. I. T. M.)
ESTD. 2001

APPROVALS:

  • All India Council for Technical Education, Haryana
  • Government of Haryana

 

AFFILIATIONS:

  • Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak

BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY(B.Tech)

A Candidate must have passed 10+2 examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the following subjects: Chemistry/ Bio-Technology /Computer Science /Biology by securing at least 45% marks (42.75% in case of SC /ST candidates) in aggregate from a recognized Board/ University [OR as may be amended by the competent authority.]

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BACHELOR OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (B.C.A.)

A candidate must have passed 10+2 examination from a Board of School Education Haryana, Bhiwani with at least 45% marks in aggregate or an examination recognized by M.D. University, Rohtak as equivalent thereto OR Three years Diploma Course conducted by State Board of Technical Education or any other examination recognized by the State Board of Technical Education as equivalent thereto.. [OR as may be amended by the competent authority].

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BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (B.B.A)

A candidate must have passed 10+2 examination from a Board of School Education Haryana, Bhiwani with at least 45% marks in aggregate or an examination recognized by M.D. University, Rohtak as equivalent thereto OR Three years Diploma Course conducted by State Board of Technical Education or any other examination recognized by the State Board of Technical Education as equivalent thereto.. [OR as may be amended by the competent authority].

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MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (M.Tech)

A candidate must hold Bachelor’s degree of four-year duration in the relevant discipline as mentioned above with 50% (45% in the case of SC/ST candidates) marks in aggregate along with valid GATE score or equivalent grade from a recognized University or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto by Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak or as may be amended by the competent authority.

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MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (M.C.A.)

A Candidate must hold a Bachelor’s degree of three-year duration in any discipline with Mathematics at 10+2 level or Mathematics/ Statistics as one of the subjects at graduation level OR B.C.A. (Bachelor of Computer Applications) of three-year duration with 50% marks (47.5% in case of SC/ST Candidates) in aggregate from a recognized University OR any other examination recognized by M.D. University, Rohtak as equivalent thereto. [OR as may be amended by the competent authority.]

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MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (M.B.A.)

A Candidate must hold a Bachelor’s degree of three year duration or Postgraduate degree in any discipline with at least 50% marks (47.5% in case of SC/ST Candidates) in aggregate from a recognized University or an examination recognized by Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak as equivalent thereto OR Final Examination conducted by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India/Institute of Costs and Works Accountants of India/Institute of Company Secretaries of India [OR as may be amended by the competent authority.]

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MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (M.B.A.)

“Effective leadership is not about making speeches or being liked; leadership is defined by results not by attributes”. MBA is not an end itself, but a means to an end. This course is designed to give students the ability to develop their career to its fullest potential.

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

The Department is a center of excellence offering quality education that ensures a niche for its students in the corporate world. Its motto is “Leading through Innovation” – through well-structured programs that inspire the students to develop their skills suitable to dynamic corporate world. These skills are further supplemented with the regular interaction of students with practicing managers and academicians through practical exposure which includes:

  • INDUSTRIAL VISITS
  • GUEST LECTURES
  • SUMMER TRAINING
  • PDP SESSIONS

SPECIALIZATIONS OFFERED

Here, in management program students are offered dual specialization. We are offering four different specializations to students and as per curriculum the students of MBA are required to choose any of the two following specializations in the 3rd semester:

  • HUMAN RESOURCE
  • MARKETING
  • FINANCE
  • INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

Apart from the university curriculum, this professional course emphasizes on nurturing the soft skills, effective communication, creativity, teamwork, decision-making, corporate etiquettes etc. among the students by conducting the following activities:

Group discussion and presentations are scheduled within the timetable. In these scheduled classes students are regularly motivated towards how to present themselves during a group discussion and how to present in front of the audience. Students are also given tips to improve their communications skills as well.
Mock interview for students is also conducted on regular basis to make them confident and familiar with the corporate environment.
Seminars are conducted regularly by industrial experts as well as by senior academicians.
Management Department used to conduct following management activities on regular basis:

  • Management Games
  • Extempore
  • Ad Mad shows
  • Business Plan Development
  • Role play
  • Quiz contest
  • Notice Board Presentation

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN MBA

MBA is considered as an attractive career option as after pursuing this course, the demand of a student in the industry goes up. It is a course that makes a student ready for a managerial role in different fields. After MBA, there are countless career opportunities in different domains such as:

  • COMMERCIAL BANKING
  • CORPORATE FINANCE
  • INVESTMENT BANKING
  • INSURANCE
  • BRAND MANAGEMENT
  • ADVERTISING & MEDIA
  • FMCG SECTOR
  • PRODUCT MANAGEMENT
  • RECRUITMENT
  • TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT
  • ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  • CONSULTANCY SERVICES
  • LOGISTICS & PROCUREMENT
  • SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
  • INVENTORY MANAGEMENT

MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (M.C.A.)

As today is an age of computers, a candidate with a MCA degree will have great job opportunities in top level IT companies and consultancy firms. They will have opportunities in large corporations having an in-house systems department. A MCA graduate can work for any IT company big or small as a system developer and various other roles.

Thus after successful completion of MCA, the candidates will be able to get jobs in different industries like software engineering and development, hardware and networking, research and development, services and application support, etc.

MCA students specialize in various fields of their 3-year course. After completing MCA, there are surpluses of opportunities which are as under:

  • Trainee programmer
  • Software tester
  • Software analyst
  • Software engineer
  • Software administrator
  • Software programmer

Students can pursue higher studies such as M.S. through GRE/GMAT, MBA through CAT/MAT, M. Tech, Dual-degree Program (M. Tech + Ph.D.). Students are also eligible for government jobs like civil services, railways, Indian army and defense sector, banks etc. They can also prepare for NET and set their career as a lecturer in the government sector.


B.TECH. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

Mechanical Engineering is a conventional branch of Engineering as it is involved in the design, study, development and construction of nearly all of the physical devices and systems. Mechanical Engineers are widely employed in almost every sector of the industry. Realizing its importance in the growth of the nation, the institute has set up a separate department to produce the industry level competent Mechanical Engineers.

Highly qualified faculty and well-equipped laboratories and workshops form an additional feature of the department. Industrial visits are also organized for our students to synthesize the theoretical knowledge with practical industrial working and to get them the real experience of the world of work.

This is a matter of great pride for the department that we passed out students have been recruited in several premier national and multinational organizations in addition to Government sectors.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

The Graduates in Mechanical Engineering develop exceptional technical talent/job opportunities in the Engineering domains in Govt. sectors through Civil Services, Provincial Services, PSU’s and other Public and Corporate Sectors. One can even turn entrepreneur. They can also be the part of R&D program of Govt. Establishments like Defence Research and Development Organizations (DRDO), Space Research etc.


B.TECH. (COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING)

A career in IT is considered one of the most high-paying jobs and is full of opportunities; particularly when India’s prowess in information technology industry is recognized across the globe. In this era of computers and Information Technology, the pool of talented computer engineers are working in IT companies of the USA and Canada. Numerous IT companies from India employ a huge number of computer professionals in their Indian and overseas offices.

DIFFERENT ROLES

– Software Developers:

Software developers are professionals who are concerned with facets of the software development process which involves activities such as design and coding, computer programming, project management, etc.

Hardware Engineers:

These professionals do research, design, develop, test, and oversee the installation of computer hardware which inter alia includes computer chips, circuit boards, systems, modems, keyboards, and printers.

JOB TITLES:

– System Designer:

Professionals involved in system designing, Logical & Physical Designing wherein logical designing can be enumerated as the structure & characteristics such as output, input, files, database & procedures, etc.

– System Analyst:

Computer engineers who work as systems analyst do research about the existing problems and plan solutions for the problem. They also recommend software and system related problems and coordinate development between business development teams.

– Networking Engineers:

Networking engineers are computer professionals involved in designing, implementation, and troubleshooting of computer networks.

– Database Administrators (DBA):

DBA or Database Administrators are the professionals who are bestowed with the job to design, implement, maintain, and repair an organization’s database. Inter alia DBA professionals are also known as Database Coordinator or Database Programmer in IT sector.


B.TECH. (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING)

We at  B. S. Anangpuria Institute of Technology and Management believe in being better than the best and in scaling peak after peak of excellence. B. S. Anangpuria Institute of Technology and Management continuously strives to spot latent talent in the students and helps them to hone their skills to perfection.

The Electronics & Communication department is geared to this aim and is staffed with a team of highly dedicated, motivated and trained individuals. The faculty and staff of the department are ever ready and available to help and guide the students in their pursuit of higher learning

Electronics today has entered every facet of our lives, be it health, commerce, security, transportation or entertainment. As a result, the job opportunities in this field are vast indeed. Electronics and Communication Engg. branch provide career opportunities for the students in various core electronics companies such as Samsung, LG, Panasonic, Synopsys, ST Microelectronics, Cadence. It also includes the top telecommunication companies such as Airtel, Vodafone, BSNL, Aircel, Idea, Tata etc. and PSU’s like BHEL, GAIL, SAIL, NTPC, NHPC, ISRO, IOCL, Indian railways etc.

The Department, endeavors to provide state of the art education and lays great emphasis on the all-round development of the students. For this, multi-level guidance and counseling are followed – at faculty level, at class counselor level and finally at the HOD level. The students are encouraged and helped to do self-study and improve learning through referral of books in the library, use of the internet and through other resource material. The all-round development of the students is facilitated through seminars, group discussions and co-curricular activities that lead to the development of social, moral and ethical values and leadership qualities in them. In addition, value added courses (which are not part of the university syllabus), such as personality development and public speaking are also conducted for the student.

To inculcate practical skills along with theoretical knowledge, the department has state of the art laboratories equipped with the latest equipment and kits. In addition, the student also undertakes various projects either in conjunction with industry or at the Institute itself. These projects are also an important part of our research and development.


B.TECH. (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY)

Information Technology (IT) is an engineering division, which concentrates on the study of utilizing computers and telecommunications in order to control, gather, store and circulate information. Both software and hardware sectors are parts of Information Technology. This is such a wide field and there are many positions and opportunities that students may opt after their course.

JOB TITLES:

– Software programmer:

This job profile involves writing computer programs in some programming language like c#, vb.net, ASP.net, PHP. The various platforms available are the desktop, the web or the mobile. Based on the platform, students can choose the programming language. They can also decide which platforms they want to target and based on that get extra certification or projects to enhance your employment chances.

– Software Testing:

Software Testing is the other vital aspect of creating and delivering software. A software programmer would develop software and the task of a software Test Engineer is to ensure that the software satisfies the quality criteria laid by the organization.

– Database Administrator(DBA):

The various large application requires, to store and retrieve data. These data are stored in Databases (DBMS). There is a vast need to manage these databases. The major role here is to create users, backup data, optimize the database for performance, etc. The major option of specialization is Oracle, SQL Server, DB2 etc. Various certifications are possible and provided by the vendors of these products.

– Software sales:

Many students are not aware of the opportunities available in the software sales department. The software created has to be marketed and sold. Selling of software requires the correct understanding of the domain, the product. Understanding user requirements and approaching right customers. This requires an understanding of the software systems. Hence Engineers have good potential in this field too.

– Application Engineers:

After the software is sold to the customer, adequate training is required by the customer so that he uses the software efficiently, and is a loyal and happy customer. This role is played by the Application Engineer.

– Software support:

There would be times where the software does not work as expected or there are some issues at the customer side, this is the time where software support professionals jump in to provide help to the customers. They solve technical queries related to products and process related to the system so that customers do not face any major issues if there is something goes wrong.

After B.Tech in CSE/IT, students can also pursue higher studies such as M.S. through GRE/GMAT, MBA through CAT/MAT, M. Tech, Dual-degree Program (M. Tech + Ph.D.). They are also eligible for various government jobs like civil services, railways, Indian army and defense sector, banks etc.


BACHELOR OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (B.C.A.)

BCA is a new age degree course in the field of computer applications. The duration of the course is three years. After completion of the BCA course, students can opt for MCA or they can even try for job opportunities in various areas.

JOB AREAS:

  • Network and System Administration
  • Web Designing
  • Software programming
  • Database Administration
  • Quality Assurance

BCA graduates can start up their career in either Government sector or private sector since there are a lot of employment opportunities in both these sectors. This degree helps the students to get a sound knowledge of computer applications with the help of which they can have a perfect launch pad for challenging career in the field of information technology.

GOVERNMENT SECTOR:

As far as government sector is concerned the BCA graduates can enter Sarba Siksha Ahijan, which is a flagship program of Government of India as a teacher. Apart from these, many government information technology companies and government companies like BHEL, NSDL, MTNL, and BSNL are hiring BCA graduates. They may apply for a job in Indian army or defense sector, Indian railways, banks etc.

PRIVATE SECTOR:

The BCA graduates can have a variety of jobs in private sector. Several reputed companies like Microsoft, Hindalco, Larson and Turbo, TCS, Wipro, Infosys, etc… are recruiting BCA graduates.

Faculty Development Programme

“WHO DARES TO TEACH MUST NEVER CEASE TO LEARN.” ~~ JOHN COLTON DANA

As a holistically run organization, the B. S. Anangpuria Institute of Technology and Management support its faculty in maintaining their edge. The Management is always enthusiastic to encourage, extend financial help and support the faculty of all the Institutes, who are interested in adding to their qualifications along with their teaching assignments. The objective of Faculty Development Programme is to develop faculty competence to meet the challenges of the rapidly changing technological environment.

Under the faculty development program, our four scholarly faculties have completed their Ph.D. program and have been awarded the degree of Master of Philosophy during the session 2011-2012. Mr. Pawan Bhadana, Ms. Jyoti Abhay, and Ms. Kusum Saluja have submitted their Ph.D. thesis in Computer Science Engg., Mathematics and Computer Science respectively and are likely to be awarded the degree in near future. Three of our faculty members are at an advanced stage to submit their Ph.D. thesis and three more faculties are also pursuing their Ph.D. program in their respective fields.

So far as M.Tech. The program is concerned; our ten faculty members have passed their M.Tech. Program during the session 2010-2011 and twenty faculties are likely to complete their M.Tech. programs by the end of July 2012. One of the faculties in MBA department has qualified NET & JRF examination and is likely to be enrolled in the Ph.D. program in Management at M.D. University, Rohtak. All these faculty members have been duly sponsored by the Institute.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • “Dual Band FSS for X-band Applications”, by Sarika, M.R. Tripathy, Daniel Ronnow published in Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS) pp. 5039-5042 in Shanghai, China, Nov 2016.
  • “Enhancing Multipath AOMDV Routing in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks”, Karan Singh Gaur, IJSETR Vol. 5, Issue 5 (ISSN 2278-7798), May 2016.
  • “Automatic Railway Gate Control System Based on RFID, Pressure sensor and servo motor” by Pranav Sharma, Rajesh Kumar, Sarika, published in Journal of Network Communications and Emerging Technologies (JNCET) pp. 154-156 Vol.-5, Special Issue-2 Dec 2015.
  • “Multi-Band Metamaterial Based Bowtie Antenna for Wireless Applications” by Rajesh Kumar, M.R. Tripathy and Daniel Rönnow, published in Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS) pp. 2368-2371 in Prague, the Czech Republic, 06-09 July 2015.
  • “Design and Analysis of Meta Fractal Antenna for Wireless Applications ” by M.R. Tripathy, Rajesh Kumar, and Daniel Rönnow, published in Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS) pp. 2376-2380  in Prague, Czech Republic, 06-09 July 2015.
  • “Fractal Antenna with Meta-material Inspired DGS” by Rajesh Kumar, Sarika, M.R. Tripathy, published at 2 nd IEEE International Conference on Advances in Computing and Communication Engineering (ICACCE-2015) 366-369, May 01-02, 2015 at Dehradun.
  • “Analysis of Colours and Texture for recognition of Modelled objects” by Manjot Kaur, Devender Rajput, Published in IJMEIT, 272-274, vol. 2, Issue 6, June 2014.
  • “Power Optimization by Low Power LFSR”, by Shriya Bhojwani, Corona journal of science and technology, pp.1-5, vol. 3, No.II, 2014.
  • “Survey on Low Power VLSI Testing Techniques”, by Shriya Bhojwani, Corona journal of science and technology, pp.9-13, vol. 3, No.III, 2014.
  • “Predictive simulation of Triple-Material Cylindrical Gate-All- Around (TM-CGAA) MOSFETs”, by Anju Ravish, International journal of science and technology, pp.87-89 vol. 2, Technology, Issue 3, March 2014.
  • “Analysis of BER of CDMA Systems with channel impairments and generation of non-binary sequences”,  Garima Gaur, Taru Tewatia in International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology, pp. (382-386) Volume 2, Issue 6, June 2014.
  • “Implementation of Energy-Efficient Vector Processor”, Varun Dutt, International Journal of Trends in Electrical Engineering and Research, Volume 3, June 2014 (ISSN: 0976 – 9794).
  • “Performance Comparison Of Beam Forming Technique Using LMS And SMI Algorithms”, Varun Dutt, International Journal of Trends in Electrical Engineering and Research, Volume 1, August 2012 (ISSN: 2279-0319).
  • “Performance Evaluation of COFDM in Time-Varying Environment “Karan Singh Gaur, IJECSE, ISSN-2277- 1956/V1N2-294- 301, May 2012.
  • “Fading Cancellation in WCDMA Rake Receiver” Karan Singh Gaur, Int. J. on Recent Trends in Engineering & Technology, Vol. 05, No. 02, Mar 2011.
  • “Implementation of FIR filter in the frequency domain and Time domain for wireless communication system” Karan Singh Gaur, IJCST Vol. 2, Issue 3, ( ISSN: 0976-8491), September 2011.
  • “ICI Self Cancellation Scheme for OFDM System” Karan Singh Gaur, International Conference on Advanced Computing, Communication and Networks’11, SEEK Digital Library, USA, 2011.
  • “FIR Filter in Frequency Domain For Wireless Communication System” Karan Singh Gaur, ICACC- 2011, IEEE-MTTS, pp (174-176).
  • Asha Rani Mishra, Mahesh Singh, “Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) for Security in Wireless Sensor Network” published in International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology (IJERT) ISSN: 2278-0181, Volume.1 Issue. 3 (May-2012).
  • Pawan Bhadana & Pridhi Arora have published a paper “A study of wireless network Security protocols: WEP, WPA, WPA2” in International Journals of Professional Development. ISSN No. 2279-0659.
  • Jasmeen Kaur & Rashmi Sehrawat have published a paper “Open Source query processor using NLP and semantic grammars” in International Journal of Information Technology and Trends.
  • Ritu Khurana has published a paper “An Improvement In QOS in DSR Protocol” in International Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering and Development. ISSN No. 2249-6149.
  • Nidhi Raghav,” performance analysis on different modulation techniques of MIMO on multipath fading chance” International Journal IOSRJEN- April 2012.
  • Pallavi Bahl,”Comparative analysis between DWT & WPD Technique of speech compression” in International Journal IOSRJEN-Issue-8 AUG-2012.
  • Yeeshu Ralhan, “Optimization & Design of Ultra wide band Bowtie patch antenna for cancer detection”, National Conference at SLIET, Longowal Punjab date February 2011.
  • Surender Saini, “Variable frequency generator using direct digital synthesizer”, National Conference at Geeta Group of Institutions, Panipat, September 2011.
  • In the series of Faculty Development program, a 5 days’ workshop “Wipro Mission 10X” was conducted by Wipro at our campus in September 2011 exclusively for the faculty of our Institute to improve the teaching methodology. Our faculty Srishti Gulati, Pridhi Arora, Neha Sharma, Rashmi Sehrawat, Ms. Prerna and Vinod Jain were certified by Wipro.
  • Pawan Bhadana and Neha Aggarwal, “A Comparative Study of Public Key Cryptosystem based on ECC and RSA” in International Journal IJCSE- May 2011.
  • Pawan Bhadana, “Performance Comparison of Power Routing Protocol for Mobile Adhoc Network”, National Conference in Baba Budha College, Bir Sahib, Punjab, February 2012.
  • Pawan Bhadana, Neha Aggarwal, and Anju Gera have presented a research paper, “A study based on Secret Key Algorithms” at National Seminar on ‘Advances in Computing’ at DCTM, Faridabad, April 2011.
  • Anju Gera and Sonia Saini, “Implementation of ECC with Secure Text based Cryptosystem” in International Journal IJMRA, December 2011.
  • Neha Sharma, “MANET: A novel approach for improving QOS for video transfer using PTRR-SVC”, International Conference ICNICT 2011 at KIET, Ghaziabad.
  • Nidhi Sharma, “Web Text & Utilization Mining: An Overview”, International Conference ICCCT 2011.
  • Nidhi Sharma, “Web Crawlers: An essential computation in navigation by Search Engines”, International Conference ICNICT 2011 at KIET, Ghaziabad.
  • Kusum Saluja, “A Non-blocking Checkpointing Algorithm for Non-Deterministic Mobile Ad hoc Networks”, International Journal of Computer & Organization (IJCOT) for September – October 2011 issue, volume1, Issue2.
  • Kusum Saluja, “Transitive Dependencies Tracking in Minimum-Process Checkpointing Protocol for Mobile Ad hoc Networks”, International Journal of Computing Science and Communication Technologies, Volume. 4, No. 1, July 2011. (ISSN 0974-3375).
  • Kusum Saluja, “Analysis of Checkpointing Algorithms for Distributed and Mobile Systems: A Review”, International Journal of Computer & Organization (IJCOT) for IJCOT-Volume 2 Issue 1, January – February 2012.
  • Vandana Agrawal and B. S. Sharma, “Application of the Generalized Lennard-Jones Potential to the Lower mantle and the outer core of the Earth”, International Journal of Physics, Vol.3 (2), PP-147-155, December 2010.
  • Baljeet Singh and Jyoti Arora, “Reflection of plane waves from a free surface of an initially stressed transversely isotropic dissipative medium”, Applied Mathematics, vol. 2, PP 1129-1133. (2011)
  • Baljeet Singh and Jyoti Arora, “Reflection of a plane wave from a free surface of an initially stressed rotating orthotropic dissipative solid half space”, Accepted in ENG. Scientific research.
  • Vanita Kohli and P.P. Khatri, “The feminization of the church in R.K. NARAYAN’S NOVELS”, High beam international journal of research and publication in Academic Journal, Vol.1, August 2011, Page No. 1-7.
  • Vanita Kohli and P.P. Khatri, “R.K. Narayan’s views and reviews in his life”, International Journal of Literary Studies, Vol.-1, September 2011, Page No. 33-37.
  • Renu Chugh, S. K. Sharma, and Shashank Goel, “On Finitely Decomposable Frames”, Presented and Published in Proceeding of the Third National Conference on Mathematical Techniques, “Emerging Paradigms for Electronics and IT Industries” PPTS- 3.8.1-3.8.4, (2010).
  • Renu Chugh and Shashank Goel, “On Orlicz N- Frames”, Journal of Advanced Research in Pure and Mathematics, Vol. 3(1), PP 104-11, 2011.
  • Renu Chugh, S. K. Sharma, and Shashank Goel, “A Note on G-Frame Sequences”, International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Vol. 70(6), PP.797-805, 2011.
  • Renu Chugh and Shashank Goel, “On Sum of G-Frames in Hilbert Spaces”, Jordanian Journal of Mathematics and Statistics (Accepted)
  • S.K.Karna, R.Sahai, “An Overview of Taguchi Method”, National Conference, ACME Palwal, February 2011, P-28.
  • S.K.Karna, R.Sahai, “Taguchi Method & Process Optimization”, National Conference, IIMT Ghaziabad, April 2011, P-47.
  • S.K.Karna, R.Sahai, “Applications of Taguchi Method in Modern Mfg. Sectors”, SRCEM, Palwal, March 2011,
  • Gaurav Kansal, Vikas Kumar, “A mathematical model for controlling the surface roughness of a machined part”, National Conference, AFSET, May 2011, P-116.
  • Mukesh Sharma, “Band Gap and Conductivity Measurement of TIO2 thin film deposited by Sol-Gel Spin Coating Method”, International Conference, September 2011, Bankok, Thailand.

Computer Science & Engineering/Information Technology

  • Indian Navy
  • Syntel
  • Eli Research
  • Cadence
  • Inyxa
  • Aon Hewitt
  • Cognizant
  • TCS
  • Wipro
  • IBM
  • Nagarro
  • Cocubes
  • Infosys
  • Damco
  • Thomson Digital
  • Thomson Press
  • Birlasoft
  • Akshmala
  • HCL Comnet
  • Tekriti
  • Catvision
  • NIIT Technologies
  • Aricent
  • Infogain

 

Electronics & Communication Engineering

  • NMTRonics
  • Sasken Communication
  • Nextgen Mobile Technologies
  • Cadence
  • C & S Electric
  • Sony
  • Viom
  • Samsung
  • Huawei Telecommunications
  • Spectranet
  • Siemens
  • Neokraft
  • Viom
  • Schreder Group
  • Tata Indicom
  • Videocon
  • Sify Technologies

 

Mechanical Engineering

  • Hyundai
  • Bosch
  • Sona
  • Halonix
  • Omax
  • Modern Prefabsystems
  • Star Wire
  • Indication Instruments
  • Frick India
  • GVK
  • United Spirits
  • JBM
  • Alstom Project
  • Imperial Auto
  • Sterling Tools
  • Goodyear
  • Jainendra Industries P. Ltd.
  • Grand Prix
  • Everest
  • Kocher Agro
  • R.B. Industries
  • Technofab Engineering
  • JCB
  • Bharat Gears
  • Krishna Maruti

 

Master of Computer Applications

  • All Etechnologies
  • Eli Research
  • Aon Hewitt
  • Fidelity
  • Brickred
  • Safenet
  • MCN Solutions
  • Sugal & Damani
  • CMC Limited
  • NIIT Limited
  • NIIT Technologies
  • Cocubes
  • Newgen Software
  • L & T Infotech

 

Master of Business Applications

  • Best Food Group
  • Franchise India
  • Drishti
  • HDFC
  • Daffodil
  • Tech Mahindra
  • Lilliput
  • Vodafone
  • Imperial Auto
  • Indiamart
  • Artech
  • Staples
  • Qtriangle Infotech P. Ltd
  • Goo2o Technologies

INFORMATION RESOURCE CENTRE

Libraries are the backbone of any civilized society and heart of any academic Institution. Thus the library at B. S. Anangpuria Institute of Technology and Management also acquires a prominent place among the students and faculty. Library Building spread over an area of 8600 square feet, is the central place for academic and research activities. The library has a well-equipped reading room with the seating capacity of 200 users. The fully computerized Library has a very rich collection of technical and non-technical relevant books and journals. The total collection of the library is more than 46105 books, covering almost all areas of Business Management, Engineering, and Science & Technology.

READING ROOM IN THE LIBRARY

The library services at B. S. Anangpuria Institute of Technology and Management are provided to students, staff & faculty members for updating their knowledge and supporting the research and teaching/learning activities. Keeping in view, the fast changes in technology, the knowledge base of the library is updated regularly by way of adding new textbooks, reference books, reports, proceedings, abstracts & indexes, encyclopedias, data books, National & International Journals & database on CD-ROM.


DIGITAL LIBRARY
Journals being the primary source of information are essential to supplement the research activities and are required regularly. Hence Library has good collections of Indian and foreign journals on various subjects of science & technology. A number of foreign & Indian journals are also being subscribed through DELNET Consortium to facilitate the advance knowledge and learning & to expand the areas of future research activities.

The library runs a Book Bank intended to assist students, by giving textbooks on loan to students for the whole academic semester. It also houses a number of general books for the overall development of the students. Various magazines, periodicals, leading newspapers both English as well as Hindi are being subscribed, which give an exposure about the happenings around the world and awareness of the international arena to the students.

 

 
 SALIENT FEATURES:
  • Fully air-conditioned with all levels of reading comfort & modernism
  • Fully automated with internet facility
  • Ample reading space
  • Good number of books authored by subject experts of international repute
  • Journals – National & International
  • All leading newspapers and magazines
  • OPAC (Online Public Access) through ERP