Workshop on Fundamentals of Network and System Administration concludes at NIT Srinagar

Workshop on Fundamentals of Network and System Administration concludes at NIT Srinagar

Srinagar: A five-day workshop on “Fundamentals of Network and System Administration” concluded at National Institute of Technology (NIT), Srinagar. It was aimed to highlight journey through the intricacies of modern network and system management.

The mega event was organised by Computer Service Center, IET On-Campus NIT Srinagar and IEEE Student Branch NIT Srinagar in collaboration with Juniper Networks. It covered various topics related to System Administration, network administration and virtualization.

In his inaugural address, Prof. (Dr) Sudhakar Yedla, Director NIT Srinagar lauded the initiative for its forward-looking approach in bridging the gap between academia and industry.

He emphasised the significance of such collaborative endeavors that bridge the gap between academic knowledge and industry demands. Prof. Yedla highlighted the workshop’s potential to equip students with practical skills that will be invaluable in their careers.

“In the rapidly evolving landscape of technology, workshops like these provide a unique opportunity for our students to gain hands-on experience, fostering a deeper understanding of the concepts and practices that drive modern network and system administration,” he said.

On Sunday, the valedictory session witnessed a gathering of not only participants and coordinators but also esteemed guests who added prestige to the occasion.

Prof. A H Bhat, Convener of the workshop, welcomed the audience and set the tone for an evening of reflection and appreciation. He acknowledged the representatives from Juniper Networks, Prof G A Harmain, Dean of Faculty Welfare, Dr Pankaj Kumar, Dr. Janib-ul-Bashir and Dr. Chilakaranga for their presence and support.

The presence of Dr. Shahid Saleem, Head of the Department of Training and Placement also graced the occasion.

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