Students and the faculty of the department are actively involved in various extension activities. Department has various societies such as SPIE, MATHEMACTIVE, ENACTUS, SID and QURIOSITY under which many events and workshops were organised for the students successfully. The main objective of professional societies is to develop skills in technical and non-technical fields, beyond the classroom and to encourage professional networking and exposure to the professional world. A brief is as under:
A student chapter of the Enactus Society. It is an international organization that connects students, academics and business leaders through entrepreneurial-based projects that empower people to transform opportunities into real, sustainable progress for themselves and their community. Team submitted new project ‘’Ehssas’’ in KPMG Business Ethics Grant on 20th September 15. The project is based on segregation of dry and wet waste at source level. Dry waste will thereafter be sent to recycling unit. For this students visited weekends in different communities in Gurugram such as sector 56 and DLF Phase-4. Wet wasted would be converted into manure either by simple composting method or Vermi-compositing method.
Faculty coordinator - Dr. Dipti Vaya
The Society for Innovations and Development (SID):
The Society for Innovations and Development (SID) was formed with an aim of enhancing the academic and industrial experiences of research students in the University. The society encourages, develops, enables, and promotes the entrepreneurial and innovative talents and ambitions of all students of the University.
Faculty coordinator - Dr. Gaurav Gupta
Students of the Department are active members of the Mathemative Society which aims at improving Maths skills and highlights recent developments in Maths and actively participate in the SPIE student chapter as well. Society organized a quiz ‘Quest for Mathemactive Genius’ on 30th September 15 having 3 rounds: a written test, a game and a presentation round. These tested the logical ability, accuracy and speed of the students respectively apart from basic mathematics concepts. About 40 students participated from all disciplines of engineering, management and science. On the basis of cumulative score of all rounds, top five positions were selected
Faculty coordinator - Prof. Kalika Srivastava
SPIE (International Society for Optics And Photonics) Student Chapter:
Under SPIE, In house-lecture on importance of Optics in Electronics and Communication Engg. was organized by chapter members on 22 Jan 2015. The lecture by delivered by Mr, Prabhat Kumar (Asso. Prof. EECE).A Lecture on Holography was delivered by Prof. Kehar Singh. Prof. Kehar Singh gave a demonstration on Holograms. SPIE organised an educational excursion to Nehru Planetarium (a wing of the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library) and an exhibition on Laser World of Photonics (India-2015) at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi on 11 Sep 2015. They learnt various aspects and applications of Lasers i.e. laser cutting systems, laser welding systems, laser marking series, laser texturing equipments, laser processing system, laser engraving etc deeply.
Faculty coordinator - Dr. Sunanda Vashisht
OSA Student Chapter :
To promote optics activity in the campus a student chapter as THE NORTHCAP UNIVERSITY OSA Student Chapter has been officially approved by the Member and Education Services (MES) Council of OSA on 29.10.2015. Mr. Yash Yadav Chapter President, and other, members are Ms. Vishu Singh, Mr. Tushar Arora, Mr. Vineet Jain, Ms. Sushma Y and Mr. Nikhil Yadav (all Ist Sem CSE students) and Dr. Hukum Singh is the Chapter Adviser of the University.
Some more benefits: OSA student member benefits support academic studies, power of research and provide opportunities that will propel career in optics and photonics.
Faculty Coordinator: Dr.Hukum Singh