Celebration of Engineering Day with Chief Guest Shri Madhukant Patel, MD & CTO, Reve Automation LLP.


Department of Computer Engineering of Aadishwar College of Technology institute conducted an expert lecture “Internet of Things Technology” on the September 15, 2016. This was a platform for the young IT aspirants to show case their talents in research and innovation. Prof. Dhwani Joshi gave a welcome address with an overview of the workshop. She gave a warm welcome to the speaker of a day Mr. Madhukant Patel, MD & CTO.

A speaker Mr. Madhukant Patel gave more ideas about ever-growing network of physical objects that feature an IP address for internet connectivity. He stated that the Internet of Things extends internet connectivity beyond traditional devices like desktop and laptop computers, smartphones and tablets to a diverse range of devices and everyday things that utilize embedded technology to communicate and interact with the external environment, all via the Internet. He also motivated the participants by stating that there are plenty of opportunities available in market.





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Guest Lecture on “Time Management for Budding Architects & Interior Designers” by Mr. Jayesh Ganatra

7th September 2016

In this era of timeless progress, busy schedules and academic pressures every student experiences obstacles in terms of managing multiple tasks efficiently within the specified deadlines. Balancing the academic, co-curricular, extra-curricular activities and social activities is next to impossible on the other hand students do not want to give up on any of the former mentioned activities. VENUS INSTITUTE of DESIGN and ARCHITECTURE and VENUS ACADEMY of DESIGN TCHNOLOGY jointly organised an expert lecture to help their students deal with the issues they are facing now a days related to time management.

Mr. Jayesh Ganatra an independent management consultant possessing rich experience of more than 30 years and is professionally qualified in the field of management consultancy. He owns a degree in commerce coupled with PGDMC (PG diploma in management consultancy) from Institute of Management Consultancy. He runs a Management Consultancy firm of ‘B- Intelligence’ since 2001 which renders consulting services to SMEs and Family owned Businesses in the areas of Strategic marketing, HR and organization Development. He is also a Management trainer and a visiting faculty at Ahmedabad Management Association, School of Petroleum Management (PDPU), UnitedWorld school of Business, Institute of Management Nirma University and BK School of Business Management.

“Everything is created twice”- Paulo Coelho. This phrase means everything that is created is first created in your mind and then in reality. Every product, merchandise or building is first created in the designer’s mind. Mr. Jayesh especially wanted to address the fraternity of budding architects because they are tomorrows designers and creators of a better world. Many a times it is observed that in spite of being intelligent, bright and sharp students do not perform well. The most commonly observed reason to this failure is failure in time management. Categorising the work as important and urgent, important and not urgent, urgent but not important and not important and not urgent would help one prioritise the tasks. He also revealed some myths about the wide umbrella of time management some of them are as follows:

  1. Make a To-Do list. Unless one doesn’t follow the To-Do list and doesn’t anticipate the time required to do each task the To-Do list does not help.
  2. Time can be managed. Time is static. It does not wait for anyone. Hence it is no time that is to be managed but one’s own self which has to managed according to the time.
  3. Time is money. Time once passed can’t be regained or replenished whereas money once spent can be earned again.
  4. You have to make a revolutionary change. Time is not about making revolutionary changes but to make small incremental changes.

Mr. Jayesh helped the students break the above mentioned myths and made them understand the correct values of how and why oneself should be managed. One biggest myth of all times that he discussed was that only by attending lectures on time management and reading books and magazines about time management is not enough but to stay determined and act upon it is the right step towards time management. Planning of short-term and long term goals is always helpful. Before setting up these goals one should always think at what time what is more important, and the values.

Coming down to a narrower level when one considers a daily routine here are some advices that the expert passed on to achieve cent percent efficiency in the work.

  1. Identify the best time slot to study. It may vary from person to person.
  2. Study difficult or boring subjects first.
  3. Use the same place to study every day.
  4. Use a library or a place where there is minimal scope of distraction.
  5. Use the transition time. It may be traveling time or waiting time.
  6. Consider study as a full time job.

Hence by following these guidelines and keeping up the determination one can achieve balance between academics and life.

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