Induction Programme held for PhD students in AMU

Aligarh: The department of Computer Science, AMU organized an induction programme for newly- admitted PhD Students for the session 2021-2022, to help new students interact with other students and faculty members and acquaint themselves with the ethos and culture of the University.

PhD students were informed about the modern research infrastructure available and research-related policies and other related practices.

Prof MN Hoda, Director, Bharati Vidyapeeth’s Institute of Computer Applications & Management, New Delhi, chief guest, outlined the characteristics of a good research scholar and also explained in detail the technique in dealing with research problems and the importance of the presentation of research outcomes in quality journals. He also emphasized the art of good literature review and articulating the research gap as the outcome of the study.

He sensitized the scholars about the research ethics and use of writing assistance tools and the importance of bibliographic and plagiarism-detection tools.

Prof Hoda, being the Editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Information Technology, published by Springer, shared his experience of the publication process and emphasized the need for translational research to have a good societal impact

Prof Aasim Zafar, Chairperson, Department of Computer Science briefed about the state-of-the-art research facilities and the services provided by the Department He shared information about various research tools provided by the Maulana Azad and also apprised them about various fellowships available for PhD students.

During the interaction session, students raised many queries to the resource persons.

Dr Mohammad Nadeem conducted the proceedings and Dr Arman Rasool Faridi presented a vote of thanks.

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