10 August 2009,Gwalior
A 5 days MHRD/AICTE sponsored short term training program(10th to 14th August 2009)
on software engineering and management(“SEM-09”) was inaugurated at Atal Bihari Vajpayee-Indian Institute of Information Technology & Management, Gwalior (ABV-IIITM, Gwalior) on Monday. The aim of the program is to cover both the classical approach of software engineering and the more contemporary software project management principles and practices under a single umbrella. This short term training program is the outcome of research done by Dr. Padmanav Acharya and Dr. Anurag Srivastava under the patronage of Dr. Deshmukh, director(ABV-IIITM, Gwalior) to guide the faculties of different technical institutes of the country.
The chief guest Prof P.K.J. Mohapatra of I.I.T –Kharagpur spoke about the importance of software management, its history of evolution, integration of information Technology with management and its impact on latest research area. He also talked on how IBM 360 computing system was used to integrate scientific software with business software. Dr. Desmukh also informed the audience how the Software developed at the institute has been implemented at narcotics department at Gwalior, and soon to all over the country. The Registrar of the institute Mr. Deelip Kumar talked on the importance of IPR and Patent laws in the field of software development. The vote of thanks was given by Dr. Anurag Srivastava.
On day one, Dr. P. Acharya presented the research work on how the quality of developed softwares increases substantially when the development process is thoroughly managed. Later on Prof P.K.J. Mohapatra elaborated the role of various “Requirement Analysis” tools used in the modern software development process. In his presentation Prof. Mohapatra explained that well defined and stated requirement analysis play a key role in the development of a high quality product.
Finally the session of day ended with research interaction with Prof. P.K.J Mohapatra.
Media Cell: Chandan Kumar Singh(MBA 3rd sem), Shankti Singh(MBA 1st sem), Vaibhav Jain(MBA 1st sem), Jyotindra Gupta(MBA 1st sem)