Monthly Archives: March 2014

Awareness session on Plant technologies by CMC

Awareness session on Plant technologies by CMC (A TATA Enterprise) has been arranged for Mechanical students 6th Sem as per below mentioned schedule:

Date: 27th March
Time: 10:30am sharp
Venue: Seminar Hall (ECE Block)
Students to be in College prescribed formal Dress

CMC Limited is Subsidiary of TCS Limited

CMC Limited is a leading systems engineering and integration company in India, offering application
design, development, testing services and asset-based solutions in niche segments through turnkey
projects of national importance. CMC has also been expanding its service presence in international
markets offering off-shoring advantages and delivering value through service level-based and project
scope-based deliveries.

Since its inception on December 26, 1975, CMC has been a frontrunner in providing IT solutions and
services. CMC was the first ever enterprise in India to set up a countrywide data network called
INDONET – a computer network providing access to major cities in India, way back in 1985.


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Posted by on March 25, 2014 in Uncategorized


CT Group of Institutions,Shahpur(Jalandhar) is organising Joint Campus Drive for MBAs on 24th March

CT Group of Institutions,Shahpur(Jalandhar) is organising Joint Campus Drive for MBA students passing out in 2014 on 24th March(Monday) at 9am.

Company: PHI Learning Pvt Ltd

Designation: Marketing Executives

Salary: 3-3.5 lac PA

Eligibility: 60% throughout

Registration :On the spot

Interested students can appear for interview as per schedule.

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Posted by on March 20, 2014 in Uncategorized


HCL Technologies@PIET on 26th March 2014 for ECE and CSE

HCL Technologies@PIET on 26th March 2014


Date of Drive: 26th March 2014


Reporting Time: 9 am



Panipat Institute of Engineering & Technology, 70 Milestone, G T Road, Samalkha, Panipat-132102



2014 Batch B.Tech/B.E in circuit branches (CS,IT,ECE,EEE,E&I)
60% throughout in academics
No standing arrears
Willing to relocate anywhere in India/Abroad

CTC: Rs.2.75 LPA


LINK FOR REGISTRATION is being sent to Quest Students mail IDs also.


Eligible & Interested students should fill attached format within 2days and mail to with HCL in subject line

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Posted by on March 20, 2014 in Uncategorized


Job opportunities for Quest students of B.Tech-CSE and MBA passing in 2014

Openings for Freshers:

Interested candidates to mail resume to within two days mentioning name of company in subject line.
1. BE or B.Tech (CS.IT) / MCA
2. Good knowledge of C/C++/HTML/CSS.
3. Good communication and analytical skills.
1. MBA/ M.Sc. (CS)
2. Technical Graduation degree (i.e. BE/B.Tech/B.Sc. (CS))
3. Good communication and analytical skills.
Recruitment Process:
Candidates would have to go through the following steps:
 Aptitude Test (Online/Written)
 Technical / HR Interview


Talentelgia Technologies: A brief about us

We would like introduce our self as an offshore software development company established in 2012. Our in-depth understanding of various market domains and their technical terminology has given us a boost to enter into software development field.

Talentelgia Technologies aims at establishing itself as long term technical and business partners of its potential overseas and domestic customers by understanding their business needs and necessity of automation in easy execution of their work processes by delivering them custom and database driven web solutions catering to their bespoke needs. Talentelgia Technologies aims at developing scalable and flexible web solutions to keep in pace with the ever changing technology. We offer a complete web solutions including web designing, web hosting, e-commerce solutions, multimedia solutions, Internet marketing and many more.

 Talentelgia Technologies has served clients spread over US, Canada, UK, Australia and India and aims at adding new business territories to the list. The offshore experience in developing custom applications has encouraged Talentelgia Technologies to move at the faster pace to the next league.

Technologies we work in:

Open Source – We mainly cover LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) architecture in open source platform. In Open Source, we cover MVC (Model-View-Controller) based frameworks and content management systems. We have worked on a variety of web applications ranging from real estate, ecommerce to in-house CMS to data mining/feed processing to integrating APIs and web services. As a working model we follow agile methodology and working with MVC design pattern and developed web applications from the ground up, as well as modified and added functionality to existing custom in-house systems, open source applications, and commercial applications.

MVC Frameworks – Cake PHP, Zend, ZF2, Code Igniter, YII, Symfony

CMS – Joomla, Drupal, Magento, OSCommerce, Bigcommerce, Zencart, Open cart

Microsoft Technologies – Under Microsoft Technologies, we majorly work on latest .Net frameworks 3.5 and 4.0 to develop RIA (Rich Internet Applications). For front end design, we use Silverlight MVVM architecture and other Javascript libraries such as AJAX and Jquery. MVC 3 / 4 architecture and Entity Framework we follow to develop database driven applications in .NET. 

Database used with .NET applications is MSSQL with Visual Studio 2010.

Front End Designing – Photoshop, CSS3, HTML5, Illustrator etc

Office location:

India Office

U.S Office


Bay O 10

42 Acron Circle

EDC Building


IT Park, Chandigarh

United States

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Posted by on March 20, 2014 in Uncategorized


Mega Job Fest in Indo Global College on 20th and 21st March



20th & 21st Mar’14



Abhipur, Distt. SAS Nagar (Mohali) Punjab



2013 Passed outs & Final year B. Tech (CSE & IT/ME/CE) and BA /BCOM/BBA/BSC.IT /MCA /MSC.IT/MBA candidates are invited. Candidates should have very good communication & convincing skills with pleasing personality

Selection Procedure

Written Test ,Group Discussion & Personal Interview


Rs 2.00 to 4.50 lacs

Registration of the Students

Online Registration at


20th & 21st Mar’14

Reporting Time

8:45 am

Transportation Facility.

College Bus will be available on PGI Gate opposite to PU Gate (Madhya Marg) between 8:00 am to 8:15 am

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Posted by on March 18, 2014 in Uncategorized


Google Summer of Code! 2014.

Welcome to Google Summer of Code! 2014. We’re pleased to announce that Google Summer of Code will be happening for its tenth year this year.

For those of you who don’t know about GSoC, its an innovative program dedicated to introducing students from colleges and universities around the world to open source software development. The program offers student developers stipends to write code for various open source projects with the help of mentoring organizations from all around the globe.

For more information and registration process,please visit the following link-

or you can contact
Mr. Gunraj – 9780509005 for more details

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Posted by on March 13, 2014 in Uncategorized


TIE AND PTU Business Plan Competition 2014

TIE AND PTU Business Plan Competition 2014 

NOTE : (1) To Participate as a college it is mandatory to have minimum three participations/entries.

             (2) The maximum number of participations allowed per college is ten

             (3) Please strictly  follow the dates schedule for smooth running of TAP 2014

 TAP 2014 ( TIE AND PTU Business Plan Competition )

Following are the Important dates to be followed for TAP 2014 :


Executive summaries to be sent by Students to PTU officer – March 21

Executive summaries to be sent by PTU officer to TIE – March 25

Assessment by TIE Panel of Judges – March 25 to April 11

Announcement of selected summaries – April 20

last date of Business plan submissions to PTU  – May 30th

Assessment of  business plans – June 20

Final presentation amongst best , Judgment by TAP B. Plan Panel for 1st , 2nd 3rd Positions and awards respectively for winners – July 21.


 (TIE and PTU Business Plan Competition 2014)

Executive Summary

This document describes the entirety of the business in two or three pages. This will likely be the only document a prospective investor reads initially, and hence brevity, conciseness, and clarity are of the utmost importance. This document is designed to guide you on the creation of the critical components of this document, and provide examples of appropriate content for each section.

Instructions: Read each section and fill it out using the instructions and examples to guide you. Once you have completed the section, erase the instructions that appear in italics.




This section consists of a single paragraph that succinctly describes the product you intend to develop, the target market for the product, the benefit the product provides to that target market, the competitors for the product, and how the product is different from competitive solutions in the market. A sample overview paragraph might look like this:

<Product name> is a <type of product/category description> that delivers <statement of benefit>. Unlike <specific competitor or competitive category>, <product name> provides <statement of differentiation>.

For example:

PayPal is a web-based payment service that allows buyers and sellers to transfer funds instantaneously while protecting against fraud and identity theft. Unlike credit cards, PayPal allows any merchant to accept funds, and allows customers to pay for goods without disclosing sensitive banking or personal information.


This section consists of either a short story or a handful of bullet points that concisely identifies the problems the product is designed to solve. Educate us – what is the current state of the world? Tell us – why is this a problem, and for whom is it a problem? Inspire us – what could a customer achieve with the product that currently isn’t possible? Use declarative sentences with simple words to communicate each point. Less is more.

For example:

Small web-based merchants are currently unable to sell their goods online due to their inability to process credit cards. Processing credit cards requires a merchant to acquire a merchant account from their bank, something that is currently prohibitively expensive for small online merchants. At the same time, customers are currently hesitant to disclose their credit card number to merchants on the Internet, due to the risk of fraud. As a result, many merchants are unable to capitalize on the World Wide Web to reach and sell to new customers.


This section consists of either a short paragraph or a handful of bullet points that concisely describe the product and how it addresses the problem outlined in the previous section. It is best to describe the product in terms of the benefits to the customer, instead of focusing on the features of the technology. Why would this be better for the customer? What could they achieve that they couldn’t before? Include intellectual property, if any.

For example:

PayPal provides an easy-to-integrate web-based payment service that can be used by any merchant to accept payments over the Internet. Users create a PayPal account linked to their bank account, and use it to pay for goods without revealing their credit card or banking information. PayPal transfers money between customers and merchants, and protects both parties from fraudulent transactions. Merchants get access to paying customers they are currently unable to access without a merchant accounts, and customers gain the ability to make risk-free online purchases.


This section consists of one or two short paragraphs, or a handful of bullet points that define the market opportunity that the product is designed to capture. It’s important to cover the estimated size of the market, the estimated growth of the market, and the characteristics of the target customer.

For example:

Online retail sales in 1999 reached $X dollars, a growth of X% over the previous year. By 2005, Jupiter Research estimates that online commerce will comprise $X dollars annually, or X% of all retail sales. Currently, only X% of the X small merchants making less than $X annually are currently exploiting the Internet to reach customers online. In a recent poll, X% of these merchants indicated their inability to secure a merchant account as the major barrier to them selling online. A web-based payment processing system would remove this barrier, and permit an estimated $X in additional online transactions to occur annually.

Competitive Advantages

This section consists of one or two short paragraphs, or a handful of bullet points that define the merits of the product over similar products, alternatives and substitutes that exist in the market. Compare competing products in terms of market share, quality, price, and other relevant aspects. What is it about your product that will make it saleable? What are the major strengths and weaknesses, financial position, and profitability of your competitors? Why are competitors not meeting customer needs? Why are they vulnerable?

For example:

PayPal’s competitive advantage over competitors is twofold:

  • Ease of integration: Any merchant can use PayPal’s tools to quickly add payments to an existing web site in minutes, allowing it to address markets not served by traditional merchant accounts and entrench itself in the market
  • Fraud detection: PayPal’s patent-pending fraud system allows it to detect and prevent unauthorized payments, reducing the cost and risk of making purchases online versus traditional credit cards


Business Model

This section consists of one or two short paragraphs, or a handful of bullet points that describe how the product will make money. How does the customer purchase the product? Is the product sold directly to the customer or provided as a subscription-based service? Is there some other way that the business makes money from providing the product? How much money does the company make on each sale? Over the lifetime of a customer? How does this compare to the competitors’ products?

For example:

PayPal derives revenue from each payment transaction it processes. Customers pay nothing to transfer funds to a merchant using the service, but merchants pay between 1.9% and 2.9%, depending on the dollar value of the transaction, to receive funds from a customer. Each transaction is subject to a minimum transaction fee of $0.30. This is a comparable transaction cost to that of a merchant account, without the up-front costs of establishing the merchant account. Based on these charges, PayPal expects to drive between $X and $Y based on an estimated volume of Z million transactions in 2000.


This section consists of a short one or two sentence bullet describing each of the core members of the team. Each bullet should provide the name of the team member, their role in the organization, and highlights of their relevant skill or career experience. In the case where the organization has only a limited number of key personnel, this list may be augment by a list of key advisors to the organization.

For example:

  • Peter Theil, CEO:Peter’s experience with venture finance began in the 1990s, when he ran Thiel Capital Management, a Menlo Park-based hedge fund that also made private equity investments. Peter’s experience in finance includes managing a successful hedge fund, trading derivatives at CS Financial Products, and practicing securities law at Sullivan & Cromwell. Peter received his BA in Philosophy and his JD from Stanford.



This section consists of one or two paragraphs or a handful of bullet points that describe the economics of the business. Items to highlight include the fixed and variable costs required to run the business, the projected customer growth, the projected number months to breakeven, the projected of number of months to positive cash flow, and the overall profit potential. Ideally, some elements of this information may be summarized in graph or table form.

Funding Required

This section details the amount of funding the organization requires, how those funds will be used, and the milestones the organization hopes to achieve using the funds.

For example:

PayPal is currently seeking $5M in Series B funding. These funds will be used to finance the development and acquisition of payment processing infrastructure in 2000Q1, creation of marketing and training collateral to drive merchant and customer adoption in 2000Q2. At the conclusion of these activities, the company expects to in a position to begin processing transactions by 2000Q3.


This section will speak about the entire executive summary in just two or three lines.


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Posted by on March 12, 2014 in Uncategorized

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