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Wednesday, 11 February 2015

How To Get a Copy of Every Tweet you’ve Ever Posted

‪‎Twitter‬ only lets you see a portion of your tweet‬ history‬, but there's an easy way to get a copy of everything. You can request to download your Twitter archive, which contains a searchable collection of every tweet (and retweet) you've ever made since first making your account.


Here's how to request your own free Twitter archive‬.
First, head on over to Twitter, click on your avatar‬ in the upper-right-hand corner, and select Settings.
Next, scroll to the bottom of the page where you'll see a big button that says 'Request your archive.'
Click Request your archive, and you're all set! It might take a while, but Twitter will email you a download link of your entire tweet history, which you can search through using keywords, hashtags, date, and @ usernames.
Follow ‪‎Chandigarh‬ University‬ on Twitter - https://twitter.com/Chandigarh_uni

Monday, 9 February 2015

Global IT giant Accenture selects 1172 at CU

Record selection in North India’s biggest placement drive

Leading IT giant Accenture created a new record by selecting record number of 1172 students during a joint campus placement drive at Chandigarh University. More than 4000 engineering students of 2014 passing-out 2014 batch from Punjab, Chandigarh, Haryana, Himachal Pardesh, UP, Rajasthan, J&K and NCR underwent the selection process that comprised of written test, group discussion and technical interview.


With the selection of 1172 students during a campus placement drive, Accenture has created a record in recruiting the biggest number of students in a single drive. Students of all streams of Engineering which included Computer Science, IT, Electronics & Communication, Electrical, Civil with 60% through-out in their academic career were eligible to participate in the drive.

 Expressing his satisfaction on the out-come of the Accenture placement drive, Dr. R.S.Bawa, Vice-Chancellor, Chandigarh University said that the year 2014 has been excellent both in terms of number of companies visiting CU as well as the package offered by them.  Engineering students of University Institute of Engineering (UIE) at Chandigarh University, Gharuan have created history as US based IT Multi-National Trilogy Software offering record salary package of Rs. 24 lakh. The placement record for 2014 passing-out batch itself got impressive with world’s leading IT company Microsoft offering a whopping pay package of Rs. 16 lakh to Engineering students, while India’s leading e-commerce Company Flipkart offering salary of Rs. 12.5 lakh during campus placements. Out of the total 113 Engineering sector companies visiting Chandigarh University for campus placements for 2014 passing out batch, 16 MNC’s offered pay-package of more than Rs. 5 lakh per annum. The average salary package for Engineering students of 2014 passing-out batch has touched Rs. 3.25 lakh.

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Friday, 6 February 2015

Mechatronics could be Next Frontier for Indian Engineering


Mechatronics is the combination of Mechanical engineering, Electronic engineering, Computer engineering, Software engineering, Control engineering, and Systems Design engineering in order to design, and manufacture useful products. Mechatronics is essential in the design of intelligent products with improved flexibility, performance, reliability and maintainability. In recent years, mechatronics has gained much significance due to high demand on system performance – clearly this is an opportunity not yet fully exploited by the large engineering talent pool in India. 


Mechatronics and integrated engineering today involves a broad range of solutions such as design and development of motion control drives and sensors, system integration, AI & Fuzzy logic based testing and validation, automation and analysis. It extends across multiple domains like aerospace, automotive, industrial, consumer and semiconductors. 



Areas under Mechatonics

Automotive: The massive adoption of electronics in automobiles is predicted to have a substantial impact on the design and manufacture of the subsystems going forward. These innovations are not only triggering increase in complexity but they are also becoming a major cost driver. This cost mitigation will be achieved from better integration of the individual systems (mechanical and electronics) in product development and from making smarter decisions earlier in the development phase. Examples are anti braking systems, electronic steering systems, chassis technology, power train. In this context 

Industrial equipment: Mechatronics is becoming predominant in industrial automation and process control applications. Examples are: a vision-guided robotic manipulator that has capability to pick and place harness loops; an artificial intelligence and fuzzy logic-based comprehensive motor testing technique for reducing total testing cycle time, predictive analysis and remote diagnostics of electrical machines; remote monitoring software package which connects to electrical equipment (such as generator) that is equipped with embedded controllers. With this tool, users can monitor multiple systems from a single PC and they can check site status or servicing personnel to remotely diagnose via SMS alert, phoneline or ethernet connection.

Mechatronics has helped industries in conceptualizing and designing smart valves (valves with unique drive/actuation mechanisms and controls) catering to the evolving market trend where all traditional mechanical/electro-mechanical control systems are being replaced by electronic systems. These smart control systems are extensively used in process, retail and industrial plants. 

Consumer Products: Mechatronics is being adopted increasingly in consumer appliances such as washing machines, dryers, refrigerators, micro ovens. Demand-response solutions for smart appliances in order to manage consumer consumption of electricity in response to supply conditions in electricity grids are another example
 
Visit our website to know our program in Mechatronics:-

http://www.cuchd.in/engineering/BE-mechatronics.php




Tuesday, 3 February 2015

What is Cloud Computing?

Cloud computing, which has existed in some form or the other since 2005 but only picked up over the last three years, is a new paradigm whereby computing is delivered as a service over the Internet rather than as a product installed inside a company's premises. Many believe that firms will shortly no longer have to maintain IT assets such as servers, storage and software in-house. They will be able to rent these as and when required, sharply reducing expensive upfront investments in IT infrastructure.

IBM Certified Cloud Computing Course in Collaboration with Chandigarh University


A study by EMC and Zinnov Management Consulting estimates the total cloud market in India at $400 million: this is expected to touch $4.5 billion by 2015. It expects the private cloud market, where the infrastructure is operated for specific companies, to create 100,000 IT jobs by 2015 from 10,000 today. It also warns that companies are currently under skilled in addressing cloud computing implementations.

Besides technical jobs, marketing and selling of cloud-based solutions will also be required, which in turn will create a host of new positions. Cloud computing is also giving rise to a new generation of software product companies, which can now sell their products on an on-demand basis over the Internet. Sports analytics firm Sportingmindz, for instance, started in Bangalore in 2006 offers its products on a cloud platform. Idhasoft, an Indian company started in 2006 with operations in the US, has a cloud application that provides a management system for medium sized hospitals globally.

Increased competition in the cloud space will give way to better products, services and innovation. More development is going to go to the cloud. According to Evans Data Corporation, there are more than 18 million software developers worldwide yet less than 25 percent are developing for the cloud today. We can expect that as cloud continues to be adopted, more developers will develop for the cloud, thus taking the modern workforce towards a new computing horizon in the 21st century.

Cloud computing is a general term for anything that involves delivering hosted services over the Internet. These services are generally divided into three categories: Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). The name cloud computing was stimulated by the cloud symbol that's often used to represent the Internet in flowcharts and diagrams.

A cloud service has three distinct characteristics that differentiate it from traditional hosting. It is sold on demand, typically by the minute or the hour; it is elastic -- which means that a user can have as much or as little of a service as they want at any given time; and the service is fully managed by the provider (the
consumer needs nothing but a personal computer and Internet access). Significant innovations in virtualization and distributed computing, as well as improved access to high-speed Internet and a weak economy, have accelerated interest in cloud computing.

A cloud can be private or public. A public cloud sells services to anyone on the Internet. (Currently, Amazon Web Services is the largest public cloud provider.) A private cloud is a proprietary network or a data center that supplies hosted services to a limited number of people. When a service provider uses public cloud resources to create their private cloud, the result is called a virtual private cloud. Private or public, the goal of cloud computing is to provide easy, scalable access to computing resources and IT services.

IT professionals who understand the nuances of cloud computing are in demand at newbie ventures entering business with all infrastructure and services in the cloud as well as within existing companies grappling with how to best take advantage of this latest computing trend. These professionals might have in-depth technical knowledge, the ability to decipher vendor strategies or be able to advice on, plan and architect cloud solutions.

For more information about IBM certified Cloud Computing course in collaboration with Chandigarh University, Kindly visit the below page:-

http://www.cuchd.in/IBM/cloud-computing-courses.aspx