ASIA–Analytical Symposium on Information Assurance
The ASIA–Analytical Symposium on Information Assurance is one of three innovative events that comprise the Cyber Security, Big Data & IoT – an all-inclusive opportunity for learning, sharing and engaging how technology is enabling the positive transformation in Employment & it brings together the best in the industry. A platform where you will meet 250 hard to reach IT leaders, Academicians, Research Scholars, students, & only the decision makers. This means a Pre-Course Questionnaire will determine the key issues, the solution requirements & the kind of Budget involvement. This will give a clear understanding of the issues & challenges that are faced on a day to day basis by industry.
In view of the huge demand for Startup Incubators, Security Analysts, and Associate Analytics a MoU was signed between JNTU-H, NASSCOM and TASK. We the VBIT and with support of & Trained Affiliated colleges-NASSCOM- JNTUH -DSCI-organizing a National Level Two-Day Symposium on “Innovation & Entrepreneurship Space in ICT- A Regime Neoteric Tendency” on 18th & 19th March, 2016.
The Primary goal of the symposium is to offer an opportunity & for Industrialists-Academicians-Incubators & Students together to achieve a focused Knowledge on Startups, Cyber Security, Big Data, IoT & IPR”.[cq_vc_mediumgallery images=”25970,25971,25972,25973″ layoutno=”4″ gallerywidth=”82%”]
The “XXIV Congress of Andhra Pradesh Society for Mathematical Sciences (APSMS) & National Conference on Recent Developments in Mathematical Sciences and their Applications to Science and Technology” was conducted by the Dept. of Mathematics & Humanities and Sciences, Vignana Bharathi Institute of Technology (VBIT), Ghatkesar on 11-13, December, 2015. Prof. T. Papireddy, Chairman, Telangana State Council for Higher Education graced the occasion as the chief guest.
Dr. P. Kousalya, HoD of Mathematics and Humanities and Sciences Department was the Organising Secretary of the Conference. A total of 137 papers were presented in the conference of which 55 papers were going to be published in the Global Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics.