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10.06.2022
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Event Topic Debate Competition
Category Club
Date & Day 10th June, 2022
Any URL NA

 

Institute of Management Studies, Ghaziabad

(University Courses Campus)

 

REPORT OF DEBATE COMPETITION

Event Name: Debate Competition

Date & Day: 10th  June 2022

Guest Speaker: NA

Designation/Organization: IMS Ghaziabad , University Courses Campus

Topic: How can big data become more useful and how do businesses create better analytical models

Event Timing: 03.30 PM

Number of participants: 15

Venue: Lab 3

                             

Summary of the Event:

AI &ML of School of Information Technology of IMS Ghaziabad, University Courses Campus organized a Debate competition on June 10 2022 from 3:30 PM onwards in Computer Lab 3.

The session started by acknowledging all the participants and briefing them about the topic of the debate. The jury board of the event were Prof. Neeru Saxena and Prof. Surya Sharma. All the participants were individually called on the forum to express their views on the topic- “How can big data become more useful and how do businesses create better analytical models”.

Big data  is a combination of structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data collected by organizations that can be mined for information and used in machine learning projects, predictive modeling and other advanced analytics applications. Companies use big data in their systems to improve operations, provide better customer service, create personalized marketing campaigns and take other actions that, ultimately, can increase revenue and profits. Businesses that use it effectively hold a potential competitive advantage over those that don't because they're able to make faster and more informed business decisions. It allows small businesses to gain significant insight into the beliefs and shopping preferences of their customers.

  • Each participant was allotted a time duration of 2 minutes to present their views.
  • After the completion of the speech there was a cross-question round of 1 minute in which a maximum of two questions were allowed to ask.
  • The scores were given based on clarity, confidence, content, accuracy and presence of mind.

The session ended successfully with a vote of thanks by the club coordinator  Prof. Neeru Saxena. All the winners were awarded with prize and certificate by chairperson School of Information  Technology Prof. (Dr.) Gagan Varshney.

 

 

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