GST will raise cost of education

Dear friends many of us may be thinking that Goods and Services Tax (GST) will not hike the cost in education sector. But the fact is otherwise. That true that the services provided by many educational institutions will be exempted. Some items of daily use by students such as school bags, colouring books and notebooks will become cheaper. But there are several ways the GST will raise the cost of education. Most students will have to shell out more for studies. Here's how: The biggest factor will be the tax on services offered to educational institutions. Most educational institutions buy services like security, transportation, catering and housekeeping from third-party service providers. These will now attract 18% GST levy, which will reflect in higher fees. Though services such as transportation of students, catering and security provided to institutions from pre-school to higher secondary or equivalent have been exempted from the service tax, but the institutions of higher education will have to pay tax on these services. Students will also have to pay more for laundry, food in hostel mess, medicine, stationary and other services and products they buy on the campus. All such services will now attract a levy of 18 percent. Tax on such services was withdrawn in 2012 till April 2017 after which these used to attract a charge of 3 per cent. To put it in figures, if a student pays Rs 1 lakh in a year for a course in a top college, he pays Rs 3,000 as tax. After July 1, he will have to pay Rs 15,000 more in tax. The GST Council has kept traditional courses out of the tax net. But it has increased tax on non-conventional courses, certificate courses and training programmes from 14% to 18%. Tests and exams for admission to overseas colleges will also be subject to GST. So, if the fee of a professional course is Rs 10 lakh, you will now have to pay Rs 1.8 lakh more instead of Rs 1.4 lakh you paid earlier. Another major impact on students will be due to taxing of coaching fees. Till now, students enrolling in coaching institutions to get into professional courses such as engineering paid 15% tax. The new GST levy will be 18%. A student paying Rs 1 lakh to a coaching centre will have to pay Rs 1.18 lakh after GST, which is Rs 3,000 more.

Dr Rajiv Srivastava Director, SIRT Bhopal,

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For many people, emotions are a scary thing. Part of the problem is that we just don’t know what to do with them. So we turn to the only strategies we do know. If you’re a man, you might distract yourself by playing video games, tinkering with your entertainment tools & If you’re a woman, you might shop or eat. Turning to these tools occasionally is OK, making them part of your regular coping repertoire, however, is problematic.

Emotions are valuable, and offer a bounty of benefits. Once we’re able to process and cope with them effectively, we can learn a lot about ourselves and our needs. Emotions send us important messages and help us connect with others and accomplish great things.

Now, don’t think for a minute that I’m suggesting that emotions are bad. To the contrary, emotions are a big part of life!

  • Can you imagine living in a world where you couldn’t feel love?
  • Can you imagine living in a world where you couldn’t feel passion?
  • Can you imagine living in a world where you couldn’t feel pride?
  • Can you imagine living in a world where you couldn’t feel enthusiasm or joy ?

Nor am I suggesting that you should go around holding your emotions inside, like a human pressure cooker just waiting to explode. All the medical research indicates that people who don’t have a proper outlet for their emotions are most at risk for heart attacks, strokes, ulcers and a whole host of other problems.

It’s okay to feel all your emotions, even the ones that we don’t like to acknowledge, like jealousy, and envy and yes, even anger. And under the right circumstances, it’s okay to vent those emotions.

Even the Bible doesn’t exhort us to deny our feelings, much less to suppress them. God wants us to feel the full range of emotions that He granted us, or He wouldn’t have given those of emotions to us in the first place! There’s even a place for feeling hate, for God commands us to “love the sinner, but hate the sin.”

Even though the Bible is full of stories about people who are punished for letting their emotions get the best of them.  Our Dharma Granthas also remind us that there are occasions when it’s perfectly appropriate to wear our emotions on our sleeve.


I can remind you time after time, managing your emotions doesn’t mean you stop feeling or even that you stop expressing yourself.

  • Managing your emotions means you don’t overreact or under react.
  • Managing your emotions means you take a moment to put things in proper perspective.
  • Managing your emotions means you remain firmly in control so that your emotions enhance your life, rather than ruin it.
  • Managing your emotions means making them work for you, not against you.

Dr  Rajiv Srivastava

Director, SIRT



Introduction of Engineering and Management


Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering keep pace with the current technological trends. The department offers the most contemporary undergraduate and postgraduate engineering degree course. It has setup of different labs with all modern equipments of Electronics, Analog & Digital, and Semiconductor Devices & VLSI Technology. The department is well equipped with modern laboratory facilities and most advance infrastructure. All faculty members are highly qualified and well experienced.  OurMission is to Educate and Train Students of Electronics and Communication Engg. Department  to enable them to face the Global competition and to instill high patterns of Discipline & Ethics with the help of State of the art Infrastructure, Committed & Involved Management and Dedicated Faculty Members.


In IT, India has built up valuable brand equity over the years. In IT enabled services (ITES), India is emerging as one of the most preferred destinations for business process outsourcing (BPO). The importance of IT industry in the Indian economy can be gauged from the fact that its contribution to the national gross domestic product (GDP) has increased by seven fold in a span of just one decade from 0.6% in 1994-95 to 4.3% in 2004-05. Although industry figures are not directly comparable with GDP as they are based on revenues rather than value added, they provide an indicator of growing importance of the IT sector in the country. Assuming that the Indian economy and IT sector will replicate the past six years performance during the next six years and value added in IT sector is two third of its sales revenue, the contribution of IT sector to national GDP will be around 8.5% during the coming years, quite similar to that in the United States (US) today. 

According to a report in The Times of India industry-body Nasscom estimates that India's IT-Information Technology Enabled Services (IT-ITeS) exports rose to $75.8 billion in 2012-13 fiscal from $68.7 billion in 2011-12 fiscal, he added.

As per government data, IT-ITeS exports are estimated to have risen by 23.4 percent at about Rs 4.11 lakh crore in the current fiscal from Rs 3.32 lakh crore in the 2011-12 fiscal.

The government in the National Policy on Information Technology (NPIT) 2012 envisages to increase IT industry revenues, through exports as well as the domestic market, from $100 billion to $300 billion by 2020.  


Electrical engineering is a multi dimensional branch in which knowledge gained during studies is amazingly broad and versatile. It is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the study and applications of electricity, electronics and electro-magnetism. The first i.e. electricity is an identifiable occupation with the commercialization of electrical power supply. The field covers a range of sub-disciplines including those that deals with power, optoelectronics, digital electronics, analog electronics, Artificial Intelligence, control system, signal processing.

Growth of this field shows no signs of slowing. Despite of economic downturn, electrical engineers are as much in demand as ever. In future not only will it be harder to distinguish electrical engineering from its counterparts, it will be harder to limit electrical engineering major careers in industry. 

The Department currently runs two programs, a Bachelors program in Electrical and Electronics Engineering with a total intake of One Hundred Twenty students per academic year and a Post Graduate program in Power Electronics to cater to the ever challenging needs of technical excellence.

The under graduate program provides strong background in the four broad areas of Electrical Engineering, namely, communication, control system, Analog and Digital electronics and power & energy. A strong revelation to state-of-the-art technologies is further provided through elective courses that are carefully premeditated for the interested students.

Faculty members of the department are active in several research areas, such as; Renewable Energy, power system, High Voltage Power Equipment, electric drives, Energy, Power Electronics. The Department undertakes a continuous process of setting up experimental and computational facilities for taking up research & development and consultancy activities in various fields as also to produce state-of-the-art research output.

Department is producing excellent students who are academic toppers as well. The performance of the students is continuously growing with most of them getting selected in PSUs, GATE, CAT and many other exams. Many of the students get selected in MNCs through the campus drive organized by SGI.


Sagar Institute of Research & Technology (SIRT) has a tradition of excellence in engineering education, emphasizing a blend of theory, practice, creativity, and hard work. The civil engineering program is one of the programme with a commitment to provide an intellectual environment and educational experience through which students and faculties could make significant contributions to society and the civil engineering profession through teaching, research, and practice.

The Department of Civil Engineering was established in 2009 with affiliation to Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya.. The Department has intake of 120 students per year. The department is well equipped with all facilities of Civil engineering core-labs as well as having highly qualified & experienced faculties. Teaching and industry oriented research is key attractions in civil engineering.


Computer Science and Engineering is a discipline, which is constantly aligning itself with the future, presenting intellectual challenges and developing new knowledge on a day-to-day basis. This has been one of the most lucrative and competitive course to study since its inception in Indian Engineering Institutions and Universities. 

This is why, for the last few years, this branch of Engineering has been a favourite with an increasing number of students who have been coming to join the course in different Engineering Institutions.

What is to be learn during the Course
Computer science and engineering students will learn about basic engineering techniques, as  other engineering students, during first year course. These techniques include Engineering Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, and Engineering drawing. From second year they are exposed to core computer science subjects like programming, data structures, Digital logic, Theoretical computer science, Algorithms, Computer networks, Operating systems, Web technologies, Databases and Computer Architecture are few to mention.

Why Choose Computer Science and Engineering
If you enjoy math, science and puzzles then this subject is perfect for you. Computer scientists and computer engineers change the world by designing, building and deploying innovative solutions to real-world problems. They design and build hardware and software systems; develop effective ways to solve problems (such as extracting knowledge from massive amounts of data, deploying robots in the real world, or devising new approaches to security and privacy); and invent new and better ways to use computers to address challenges such as decoding the human genome, making transportation more efficient, revolutionizing health care, empowering people in the developing world, transforming education, and building videogames. 

It's relevant. Computers are a part of everything we do. The computer field drives innovation in many other fields, including medicine, education, business, communication, and 

It's creative and challenging. The variety of applications of computer science and engineering makes for highly-creative and challenging projects. Working in the computer field might mean building web-based applications, providing security for sensitive information, developing systems to process scientific data, writing software for new mobile devices, and 

It's lucrative. Jobs in the field are among the highest paid, in part because qualified computer scientists and engineers are in demand. 

The future is full of possibilities. There is no question computers are infiltrating every aspect of our society. With changing technology, we cannot know what exciting turns your  career might take. What we can say is you will be in a position to contribute in whatever way you choose.

 What career options are there for a Computer Science Degree?
Bright Computer Science & Engineering majors typically secure highly collaborative, creative, diverse, challenging, well compensated positions that provide a flexible, fun lifestyle and appeal to a diverse population.

A Computer Science or Computer Engineering Degree is terrific preparation for almost any imaginable future. This is really an excellent field to have opportunities both in software companies and higher studies. As computing is extensively applied to almost every walk of life it created massive jobs for Computer Engineering students. On the same time more demand and application kept it research funding alive attracting many students to opt for higher studies.

Core companies offering jobs to Computer science Engineers: 
Government organizations like DRDL, ISRO, ECIL and BEL offer jobs to computer science students. There are thousands of multinational and national software companies offer jobs to computer engineers. To name few famous, Microsoft, Google, Yahoo, Amazon, IBM, Facebook, Oracle, Cisco, Infosys, TCS, and Wipro.

• Revise the existing syllabus.
• Standardize the course content.
• Rationalize the teaching methodology.
• Regularize the academic schedule.
• Optimize the use of teaching aids.
• Revitalize teaching knowledge & skills.
• Galvanize the examination machinery.
• Harmonies the work atmosphere.
• Modernize the management information system.
• Systemize the industry institute interface.
• Decentralize management control.
• Emphasis upon empirical research.
• Give preference to quality upon quantity. 
Prof. V.P. Singh
Advisor MBA Program, SGI
Age of Multiprocessors in Mobile Phones
I am a user of mobile phones since 2000 and seen wide variety of mobile processors. As a technology man now I face a question from technology audience that quite frequently they hear multiprocessors in mobile phones. They think that mobile phone is a device used for calling purpose only then how the need is arising for having multiprocessors in mobile phone, which they heard only for desktop or laptop like computers. So, here are my observations which will justify state of the art development.
Mobile devices perform a wide variety of tasks such as Web browsing, video playback, mobile gaming, SMS text messaging, and location-based services. Due to the growth in the availability of high speed mobile and Wi-Fi networks, mobile devices will also be used for various performance-intensive tasks that were previously handled by traditional PCs. The next generation of smart phones (called “Super phones”) and tablets will be used for a wide variety of tasks such as playback of high definition 1080p videos, Adobe® Flash®-based online gaming, Flash-based streaming high definition videos, visually rich gaming, video editing, simultaneous HD video downloads, encode and uploads, and real-time HD video conferencing. Therefore, more focus is going to be on videos functioning which require very high calculations work by a processor.
The generation of mobile processors which were not designed to deal with this high performance use cases have the quality of experience on devices based on single core CPUs rapidly degrades when users run several applications concurrently, or run performance intensive applications such as games, video conferencing, video editing, and more. In order to improve CPU performance, engineers employ several techniques and the best out of many is to have multiprocessors or multicore processors as increasing size of a single processor as it gives only a certain rise in performance & in exchange leads too high heat generation which further causes quick battery consumption and require advance cooling system.
To satisfy the rapidly growing demand for performance and form factor sleekness in mobile devices, the industry has begun to adopt newer technologies such as Symmetrical Multiprocessing and Heterogeneous Multicore computing. NVIDIA Tegra is the world’s most advanced mobile processor built from the ground up as a heterogeneous multi-core SoC (System-On-a-Chip) architecture with two ARM Cortex A9 CPU cores and several other purpose-built cores to handle specialized tasks such as audio, video, and graphics.

Dr. Rajiv Srivastava

Director, Sagar Institute of Research and Technology, Excellence(SGI Bhopal-Best Engineering Institute)