Hardware and software exhibition held at Sindh University
HYDERABAD, April 21 2006: The Sindh University students have developed a number of software/hardware projects including security system, development of more profitability of the telecommunication system, to help in traffic system with systematically, treatment through Information Technology.
Deployment of voiceover internet protocol (VOIP) in business environment, security system for vehicles and also audio visual collection of the Sufis of the country. The projects were displayed in its annual hardware/software project exhibition of final year students of BSIT, software engineering, electronics and telecommunications disciplines of the Institute of Information Technology (IIT) on Wednesday.
Total 85 projects being a part of the research have been developed by 360 students of various disciplines. The Vice-chancellor, University of Sindh, Mazhar ul Haq Siddiqui inaugurated the projects’ exhibition at the IIT building. In the inaugural ceremony at the briefing held at Multimedia Centre the vice chancellor of the university urged upon the final year students to work with interest on the research and problems solution project and added that IT people are real men of the field.
He said that the University of Sindh in its institute of Information Technology has provided practical access of the latest equipment to students for the education and practical training. He said that the university and higher education commission (HEC) was not hesitant to give further facilities to youth in quest of higher education and added that the education is continuous journey and there is no fixing point of education. He said that there is huge demand of the IIT professionals in the various institutes and organisations towards utility in job market.
The vice chancellor on this occasion also advised the institute to invite the Pakistan Engineering Council for certification of the courses and facilities in disciplines of the engineering degrees of software engineering, telecommunication and electronics, which are available. The vice chancellor pointed out that during 1984 the institute of physics produced good graduates of electronics. The Director of the IIT Dr Wahab Ansari said that the institute as part of the education engaging final year students in research to prepare projects on various topics.
He said the institute in disciplines of the telecommunication, software engineering and electronics offering 50 percent course of engineering and 50 percent of computer technology. He said that the University of Sindh is a first university in Pakistan, which produced first PhD in Information Technology. Dr Asad Ali Shaikh senior faculty member who is first PhD in Pakistan in Information Technology highlighted the research projects prepared by the students.
Source: B. Recorder