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    YEAR 2016-2017

  • FOREWORD It gives me great pleasure to present this consolidated annual report on the activities of Gyanjyoti

    Foundation under various schemes of the Central & State Governments of the North Eastern States.

    Hence this consolidated report was put together.

    Since its inception in 2007, the Organization however, emphasized more on the significance

    of education and thereafter gradually registered in the year 2011, under Section 3 of the Societies

    Registration Act, 1860, to promote multi-dimensional educational activities to the cause of the

    people-in-need in both rural and urban areas of the North Eastern Region. It has given due stress on

    academic education, vocational education and Entrepreneurship & Skill Development. Gyanjyoti

    Foundation has been implementing and extending diverse welfare activities for the cause through

    campaigning community awareness, need-based vocational training irrespective of caste & creed

    religion. It has completed more than seven years of services as on 31.03.2015.

    The Activity Report for 2016-2017 will give the Readers an account of the numerous

    programs conducted and implemented by Gyanjyoti Foundation. In the process of development,

    Gyanjyoti Foumdation has experienced the success and failure, which has strengthened its vision and

    capability to work more effectively for humanity. And I am sure that the activities initiated by the

    Gyanjyoti Foundation will continue to grow further to reach newer heights to the cause in

    ameliorating the suffering humanity.

    I am very much obliged to those benevolent people, Departments and development agencies

    for their constant support and immense cooperation and unstinted support have made it possible to

    keep our development drive on-going. Further, I convey my heartfelt thanks to all our Members of

    the Board of Management for their advice & cooperation. I am also very thankful to the

    Administrative Staff of Gyanjyoti Foundation, the Teaching Faculties and Volunteers for their tireless

    and firm efforts in different fields of programme activities initiated by the Organization.




    Two-Day Photography Workshop Conducted By The Department Of Mass Communication, Asian Institute Of Management And Technology, for under privileged students. The aim of the workshop was to equip the students with the basic leaning of an DSLR camera, and the basics of photography.

  • 2. Placement Linked Skill and Capacity Building Training Program

    Gyanjyoti Foundation in collaboration with Oil India Limited trained the first batch of 35 students for Project 'Swabalamban' program. Project “Swabalamban” is a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) project of Oil India Limited under which it is providing placement linked skill & capacity building program to the youths of OIL operational areas. Its Placement Linked Skill and Capacity Building Training Program for the three months free residential certified course on BPO/Call centre training under the project “Swabalamban”. Mr. Pranjit Deka, General Manager (Public Affairs) inaugurated the program at the premises of Asian Institute of Management and Technology.

    3. Training of Watershed Committee on Accounts

    Gyanjyoti Foundation in cooperation with Government of Assam Office of the Project

    Manager, WCDC (Watershed Cell Development Centres), IWMP (Integrated Watershed Management Programme), Goalpara, conducted a training program, on watershed management. Members of watershed committee were trained for a month on various aspects of watershed management.

  • PART B Asian Institute of Management and Technology

    1. Industrial Visit to Decathlon The students of Semester-IV were taken to an industrial visit to Decathlon on 5th May, 2016. Asst. Prof. Debyajoti Sarma Borbora and Asst. Prof. Nanda Ram Saud accompanied them to the industrial visit where Mr. Tayanavi Gogoi and Ms Dharitri Gogoi of Deathlon guided them throughout the visit. The visit was a good experience for the students as they got the opportunity to observe how the processes go on in the mall, and various other aspects related to business management.

    2. Farewell Function for BBA 6th Semester The students of BBA Semester-II and IV organized a Farewell Party for the outgoing students of Semester-VI on 14th May, 2016. The program included a number of performances, quiz, games and speeches where the students shared a great time together.

  • 3. Workshop of Voice and Speech The Department of Management arranged a workshop on Voice and Speech that was held from 16th – 19th September, 2016. Students from the departments of Bioscience, Mass Communication, Computer Science, besides Management attended the workshop. Mr. Anupam Borah was the resource person at the workshop where he discussed the ideas on the uniqueness of human voice and how to use it positively to reach out to the world.

    4. Industrial Visit to Nezone Industries Tubes Ltd.

    An industry visit was arranged for the students of BBA 5th Semester on 23th

    September, 2016 assisted by Asst. Prof. Nayan Talukdar. Nezone Industries is a

    leading Steel and Engineering Company in the country and the visit to the

    company was beneficial for the students as they could see and understand the

    processes of the company and interact with the professionals directly.

  • 5. Faculty Development Program – III A Faculty Development Program for the faulty members of AIMT was organized by the Department of Management from 29th September to 5th October, 2016. Mr. Shaibal Roy, Chief Academic Officer cum Asst. Prof. Dpt. of Management. Mrs. Jina Borthakur was the invited resource person, who conducted the workshop through lecture sessions, interactive sessions, individual counseling and recommendations for each faculty member.

    6. Computer Game Competition A three-day Computer Game Competition namely ‘NFS Most Wanted’ was conducted by the Computer Science Dept. on 9, 10, 11 November 2016 at its AIMT Campus. A total of 41 students from the whole institute participated in the event. After the knock-out rounds; the stage was set for the 4 finalist competing for the Best Gamer Title along with prizes. The runner ups i.e. the 2nd and 3rd were also awarded certificates and prizes. Dr. B.K. Nayak, Vice Principal AIMT and Mrs Pallavi B Guha, HOD Computer Science Dept. gave some inspiring talks about the need of such an event.

  • 7. Departmental Wall Magazine inaugurated

    The IT Wall Magazine, which is a periodical, run on a notice board, is to enable the students and other members of the Department of Computer Science to post their articles, poems, drawings and other ceremony for the college wall magazine of Computer Science Department, AIMT was held on 8th November, 2016 in the Department. Our guests- Vice Principal, Centre Academic Officer, HODs and Professors of other departments graced the event with their valuable words.

    8. Open discussion on job requisites and IT placement The main motive of the open discussion is to break the students illusions of the IT world in the metropolitan cities. The seminar was very fruitful, interesting and encouraging to the students as well as to the faculties. Students have shown enthusiasm for such a seminar that too the topic, Android Development and eagerly looking for another one in coming days. We are thankful to all the faculties and students who have helped us out through course of session and also to Mr. Santosh Kumar Nath, Associate Vice President – Huawei Technologies India Pvt. Ltd. Head of Managed Services Department, GSDC India Job Place: Bangalore.

  • 9. Field trip Assam state zoo cum botanical garden The Department of Bio-Science had organized a field visit to the Assam state Zoo cum Botanical Garden on October 22nd, 2016. The students from B.Sc. Semester-III were taken to the visit, as it is part of their curriculum. Sixteen students assisted by Ms. Jyotimoee Baruah, faculty, participated in the field trip

    10. Guest Lecture on Study on Microbes

    The Department of Bioscience had organized a lecture session where the chief lecturer was Dr. Saranga Ranjan Patgiri, HoD, Department of Biotechnology & Botany, Cotton College on September 28th 2016. Dr. S. R. Patgiri gave his lecture on study of microorganisms, all the students and faculty members from the department of Biotechnology and Microbiology took part in the session.

  • 11. Guest Lecture on Photosynthesis A seminar on Photosynthesis was conducted by Mr. Dibakar Goswami, Associate Professor, Department of Botany, Hojai College for the students of the Department of Bioscience on 5th of November. The seminar was very fruitful to all the students as well as faculty members.

    12. Industrial Visit, Kishlay Snack Pr

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