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Conventional to Classical Computing
An Invited Lecture organized by the Department of Economics for the students and faculty of the Science Section, titled “Conventional to Classical Computing”, was delivered by respected Professor Kashinath Dey, ex-Professor of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Calcutta. The purpose of the lecture was to familiarize students with computing technologies that had been developed in ancient India and can still be applied successfully as a substitute of modern computing techniques.
The program touched off with a felicitation of the dignitary on-stage, following which the Dean of Students Affairs of the College, Professor Dilip Shah, shared his thoughts on the topic. The immersive lecture delivered by Professor Kashinath Dey consisted of little details of Vedic Mathematics and some of the sixteen sutras of the Vedas. Every sum presented to the undergraduate students was dealt with simple diction and ample clarity by the Professor. The importance of Vedas, Upvedas, and Vedangas in classical computing, and how their texts contained mathematical concepts that formed the core of Indian, and later, world mathematics and sciences, was talked about at length by the Professor.
He displayed some methods of performing basic subtraction and multiplication using techniques of computing that existed hundreds of years before conventional methods were thought of. Concepts of Ekanyunea Purvena and the importance of Sthapathyaveda, which, plainly put, is modern-day engineering, were expounded upon by the Professor. The reason behind ‘9’ being called as a ‘magic number’ was explained thoroughly by the distinguished teacher. He went on to talk about digital roots and their significance in classical computing, and how they can be used in today’s world to further simplify mathematics and science. Squaring numbers, or multiplying extremely large numbers, can be made out in a matter of minutes, if not seconds, using basic Vedic mathematics. The Professor emphasized on rigorous practice to get acquainted with the procedures, which might seem complicated to a first-timer, but invariably gets easier with repeated application.
The Professor graciously accepted questions from the audience pertaining to his lecture, after his presentation ended. Questions were asked by both students and teachers which were answered very promptly by the Professor. At the end of the lecture, Dr. Ivy Dasgupta delivered her vote of thanks and concluded the event.
Rabindra Jayanti Celebration by the Science Section
The Cultural and Educational Trip Committee of the Science Section of The Bhawanipur Education Society College, Kolkata had organised a cultural programme on the occasion of the 161st Birth Anniversary of the great Bengali polymath, The Bard of Bengal, Rabindranath Tagore (sobriqueted as Biswakabi or Kabiguru) on 7th May, 2022 at the Jubilee Hall of …
Symposium organized by the department of Physics
The Department of Physics, The Bhawanipur Education Society College organized a ‘One Day Symposium (Phase II) From Hands On Experiments To Resent Development In Particle Physics’ on 11th April 2022. The symposium was organized in collaboration with the department of physics of Jogamaya Devi college, Kolkata and the IQAC, The Bhawanipur Education Society College. The …
The UPI Story
The Bhawanipur Educational Society College orchestrated a remarkable event centered around The UPI Story, which took place on the 19th of May 2023 at the prestigious Jubilee Hall on the college campus. The event, starting at 11 pm, commenced with an invigorating introductory speech delivered by Prof. Dilip Shah, the esteemed Dean of Student Affairs, …
COVID-19 pandemic and its cross-cultural impact on physical and mental health
Dr. Sohini Banerjee, Independent Health Researcher and Consultant, India moderated the session. The nearly two-hour long session (08:30 PM to 10:15 PM IST) was attended by more than 150 participants. The session started with the address by Dr. Suchandra Chakravarty, Teacher-in-Charge, The Bhawanipur Education Society College. Dr. Chakravarty welcomed everyone stressing the need for such …