International Symposium and 35th GISFI

International Symposium at BIT SINDRI & IIT DHANBAD jointly with IEEE 5G Summit & 35th GISFI STANDARDIZATION SERIES MEETING (GSSM)

GISFI encompasses the following activities:

  • Drawing up provisions and requirements for the ICT standardization process to support the establishment of agreements that:
    • Give one or more solutions for a given problem and ensure a repeated use;
    • Provision for a basis for future research and product developments that can reach the global market;
    • Weigh equally the interests of all involved parties.
  • Not reinventing the wheel, but using existing solutions (set down in standards), which have already been well thought out.
  • Bringing India’s own procedure into line with what is normal elsewhere, so that cooperation is simpler and purchasing cheaper.

The alumni of BIT-Sindri from across the globe who congregated at their Alma Mater for an international symposium on “5G & Beyond for Rural Upliftment“, put focus on more research, innovation and entrepreneurship for the development of the institute.
On the sidelines of the concluding session of the two-day symposium organised by BIT-Sindri in association with IIT(ISM), Ramji Prasad, a 1964-1968 batch alumnus of BTech (telecommunication engineering) and founder president of Centre for Tele Infrastructure (CTIF) Global Capsule, said: “Ours (BIT-Sindri) was one of the best institutes of the country, better than many IITs due to the quality of teaching, faculty and state-of-the-art infrastructure.”
Arriving here from Denmark to participate in the symposium with other members of the CTIF, Prasad said: “We feel our Alma Mater has potential, which needs to be harnessed further with research into new-age technologies and industrial problems.”
Arunaditya Sahay, from the 1962-1966 batch of mechanical engineering, and the dean of research and professor of strategic management at Birla Institute of Management Technology, Gurgaon, said: “When I visited our Alma Mater in the early ’90s I found its infrastructure in a complete shambles but things have changed in the past four-five years with new director Dharmendra Kumar Singh taking charge and carrying out exemplary work in infrastructure development.” He also lauded the institute’s signing of a memorandum of understanding with Aarhus University of Denmark in 2017 for academic collaborations.





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