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eWIT’s Excellence Award 2012

eWIT conducted “eWIT’s Excellence Award - 2012”, a Paper Presentation Contest, to unleash the potential of IT/ITES woman professionals, to showcase their talent and expertise in their respective areas, and this opportunity was extended to woman students too.
Candidates from various organizations and colleges had registered to take part in the contest and sent in their papers from which the eminent panelists had evaluated the papers and short listed 4 papers each in Technology and Human Resource, Quality and Student categories for oral presentation.
The oral presentation for all the categories was held on 17th March 2012 at Exemplarr's office. The event had a healthy and tough competition amongst the 4 short listed candidates each in all categories and the event was teeming with ideas and conversation.  The panelists gave suggestions and ideas to candidates for improvising their presentation.
The following candidates emerged as winners taking away the first and second place respectively.

Category

Topics

Winners

Technology Cloud Computing - the Opportunities and Challenges in adapting to new technology trends   1. Ms. Revathi Santhanam, Developer, FTSI, Chennai                          2. Ms. Sneha Sudir, Technical Information Engineer, Computer Associates, Hyderabad
Human Resources For the women in IT/ITES industry - how to create the BRAND ME/I" that will
take them further in their career
1. Ms. Reeti Singh Parmar, Senior Executive, Polaris Financial Technology Limited, Chennai                                        
2. Ms. Arthi V, Trainee Software Engineer, Ford Technology Services India, Chennai
Quality Agile Development methodology & quality - The merging of the QA department with development -  Pros & cons 1. Ms. Sree Lakshmi JJ, Project Lead Allianz Cornhill Information Services, Trivandrum
2. Ms. Mageswari Dilip, Quality Assurance Manager, Infosys Technologies, Bangalore
Student Pursuing IT education is only to achieve economic independence and nothing
else - yes / No  
1. Ms. Absala Pream Regin S, Department of Management Studies , Anna University, Chennai  
2. Ms.Bindu Prasad, Thiagarajar college of engineering, Nagarcoil
The winners in each category will be rewarded with a cash prize of Rs.10000 and Rs.5000 for the first and second place respectively in eWIT’s 6th Anniversary event scheduled during the last week of April 2012.
eWIT extends cordial appreciation for the support given by all the members, and participants in making this event a grand success. Especially, eWIT thanks the panel of judges who had spent their invaluable time in selecting the papers for the final presentation and also for chairing the event.
Our sincere thanks to the following panelists and judges, for their support and guidance to us, to make this event a great success. We look forward to your continued support for our future events.

Quality
   
1 Ms. Deborah Devadason Principal consultant - Mahindra Satyam
2 Mr. Pradeep Chellakani QA Head, Take solutions
3 Ms. Sudha Ramkumar DGM- Quality-Birlasoft
Technology    
1 Ms. Sai Chithra Vice President - Technical, BharatMatrimony.com
2 Mr. Sanjay Dattatri CTO, Factualz
3 Mr. Shyaam Sunder Chief Knowledge Officer, Ramco Systems Limited
Human Resources    
1 Ms. Vidhya Srinivasan Principal consultant and CEO, Sarara Inc.
2 Ms. Supriya Padmanabhan Director & Communications Consultant – MyPersona
Students    
1 Ms. Sumithra Mathew Vice President - HR, Polaris
2 Mr. Vijay Anand Founder, The Startup Centre
3 Mr. B Anbuthambi Deputy General Manager - Corporate & Govt. Initiatives, ICTACT
Ms. Jamuna Swamy, Head-Information Security Practice, Hexaware Technologies Ltd.  substituted Mr. Anbuthambi for Oral Presentation.
We would also like to convey our thanks to the volunteers from eWIT members companies who helped us in conducting the Oral Presentation sessions smoothly.
                             
 
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