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We have come up a long way, and there is for sure a much longer way to go.

The Editorial Board of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering has come up with the first edition of the departmental magazine, BufferedReader. The name of the magazine was coined by the Class of 2014 and will always remain as a souvenir of their journey at ISM. The effort my students have put into the successful creation of the magazine, under the mentorship of my learned faculty colleagues, is commendable. I hope you will enjoy reading about the exciting things that have been happening in the department. BufferedReader also gives an insight into the initiatives taken by the department to inculcate superior virtues in the students and encourage them to reach for the stars.

It is good to see that today’s generation has not lost its literary roots, despite the perpetual efforts of e-Technology to extinguish the flames of the written word. BufferedReader is an exceptional proof that the literary flame is burning bright within our students. They have proved that the literary prowess can go hand in hand with technical mastery, thus enabling accomplishment of the department’s goal of all-round development of students.

Academics has always been our top most priority. Our motive is to produce high quality Computer Science and Engineering professionals, adaptable to the changing environment, with all-round managerial capabilities and commitment to the society. Our department has produced hundreds of professionals and has established a name for itself in the country and abroad. Our students have consistently excelled in the highly competitive industrial environment. I attribute this success to the winning combination of a dedicated faculty that works hard at imparting quality education, a well-planned syllabus and last but not the least, our students. With all the activities taking place in the department, the face of the department has changed considerably. From a number of co-curricular activities to new course offerings, the environment continues to grow and evolve.

My sincere thanks to all my faculty colleagues and my students who have contributed significantly to the success of the department and also in coming up with this edition of BufferedReader. I believe our BufferedWriters would continue to Buffer the information for Readers in future as well.

I hope we all enjoy the first edition of the magazine.