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As we all know that the current era of the time is fully dedicated to information technology. The time is viewing to the development of information technology since last 20 years in India. India has shown the potential for high-caliber information technology research with effective & efficient implementation of this research in the form of application. As far as, the development of information technology is concerned, it has evolved with large, dynamic, multi flavored and multi-disciplinary spectrum. This spectrum is continuously expanding with exponential growth in multi-direction and multi-dimension. Each day or each hour the new bandwidth of development is added in this spectrum. The expansion of this spectrum has touched almost every discipline or subject with new approach and evolution. The requirements of the real world for the solution of real world problems are the basic sources of this expansion or growth in the spectrum of information technology. It has been seen that the requirement for up-gradation to the conditions, environment, needs and system substantially employed the tools or assistance of information technology.

The research in information technology in India started in earnest only in the mid-80’s triggered by the establishment of post-graduate programs in many institutions throughout the country at that time. Today, almost all areas of information technology research are covered by researchers of India, including topics those are “hot” elsewhere such as multi-media, workflow automation, virtual reality and hardware-software co-design. The territory covered by Indian researchers is impressive and most of the research problems tackled is of current interest globally. Some of the research has even attracted international attention including work of neuro-fuzzy systems, machine learning genetic & neural algorithms, the modeling and control of flexible manufacturing systems, speech synthesis, databases and complexity theory. The very famous and needed area where solutions unique to Indian conditions have been developed in machine assisted language processing with a vast population conversing in a multitude of languages, many with their own scripts, the problem of translation and transliteration from English to these languages and from one Indian language to another is daunting but one which has the potential for a huge pay-off, socially, politically and economically. It is not surprising that many researches of information technology are grappling with this problem and we believe that the final solution is not far away. Some of the solutions are quite mature and available as commercial software offering. Many of these permit interactions with the computer in a local language, using keyboards designed explicitly for the language. Besides these there are lots of new evolutions and findings are reporting continuously. It includes mainly the knowledge-based computer systems, a health advising system (Ekalavya), which helps to trained primary health workers to deal with illnesses in rural areas, an intelligent tutoring system called Vidya<,i> it comes with a generative testing system called Veda whose front-end is called Vyasa, and a speech synthesis system in the context of a railway reservation inquiry application. There are various other milestones or footsteps have been evolved or obtained in the Stair of success for the development of technology in various domains and disciplines like; Financial analysis, e-governess, e-chopal, Bioinformatics, net-banking, ERP’S, e-learning and many-many others.

The trends of development are on the floor and every moment a new footstep is added in the Stair but these footsteps are not the final goals. Thus “the averages are there, but the peaks are not”. The reasons of this deficiency should search with the collaboration of academicians, scholars, industries and students. Unfortunately the expected industry-academy cooperation has not come to be. Educational institutions are under constant pressure to tread the fine line between the basics and the applications, between the skills and the tools. There is an increasing awareness that educators and researchers must state-of-the-art material and must themselves be aware of the available and emerging technologies. Given the inertia of traditional academic institutions, researchers are bound to find it difficult to gear themselves up to meet the needs of industry. On the other hand industry with its usual preoccupations with short-term goals and results quite often fails to see the immediate merits of what is imparted in academia.

Therefore the aim of this national conference is to bring together the evolvers of innovative & new development in information technology i.e. academicians or scientists, the implementers of this development in the form of application i.e. industry personnel and the learner of these developments and applications i.e. students. This conference is an attempt to provide a national forum to exchange, share and to acquire the experiences, new researches, innovative ideas, technological advances and applications of information technology development and discuss the practical challenges encountered in the research & development of information technology in India’s perspective. The conference will make available an opportunity for the interaction of three main components of the Stair of Success in development of information technology i.e. Researchers, industry personnel and students of various disciplines like; engineering sciences, Basic Sciences, Management, Social Sciences, Life-sciences, Mathematical Sciences and other related areas. This conference will explore the invited lectures of eminent academicians for the new and innovative researches in information technology, expert lectures of experienced industry people for the innovative applications of information technology, presentation of original research contributions by young researchers and students, exhibition of various new & innovative applications & implementation of information technology in various areas and interaction of the eminent academicians of the field with the new generation those are ready to entre in the field of Information technology for creating the new footsteps in the Stair of Success.

Summary of SIT@IP2012:
Baba Budha College, Bir Sahib, Tarn Taran had organized Two days (February 17-18, 2012) National Conference on Spectrum of Information Technology at India’s Perspective in association with International Scientific and Engineering Serials (SERS). The Conference was inaugrated by Sant Baba Darshan Singh Ji and Baba Santokh Singh Ji with the Chief Guest, Prof. B. S. Rajput, Ex-Vice Chancellor, H. N. B. Garahwal University, Srinagar, and Kumaun University, Nainital. They lightened the lamp and shared their intellectual experiences with the participants. Dr Joginder Singh Kairon appreciated the steps of the ISES, for conducting conferences in remote areas to build the developed Society and then the developed Nation. Dr. Vryam Singh Bal welcomed the Guests and inspired the students and the faculty for research. The Experts included Prof. S. K. Mattoo from Delhi University; Dr. Manu Pratap Singh, Dr. Sanjay Chaudhary, Dr. Mohd. Arshad, Dr. Sunil Upadhyay from Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University, Agra; Dr. Sumeet Gill from M. D. University, Rohtak, Dr. Ashish Chaturvedi, Dr. Bateshwar Singh from Arni University Kathgarh and others from various places.

Dr. Ashish Chaturvedi, Organizing Secretary of the conference and Editor in Chief ISES introduced the participants and Experts. He discussed the objective of ISES to share and spread the knowledge, conceive and fertile the egg of research in young generation. This conference is the first milestone in this way.

Prof. S. K. Mattoo has delivered his talk on Information security and discussed about how we can hide the important or secret information in images. Securing Information is an art and he told the audiences how to deal with it. He was awarded Life Time Achievement Award for the Year 2012 by ISES.

Dr. Manu Pratap Singh has explored the new and thrust area Soft Computing and discussed various issues of soft computing by quoting very live examples.

Dr. Sanjay Chaudhary talked about the mathematical modeling of the real world problems. Dr. Mohd. Arshad raised the issues of Information technology in social sciences.

Dr. Sumeet Gill from Maharshi Dayanand University Rohtak, explained the idea of this conference by saying that we all want to see the developed country but without strengthen our roots it can not be possible. This is only the reason for conducting the conference in remote area like TarnTaran. He announced that such conferences will be conducted at various places in near future with the concept of building intellectual nation. Later he was awarded by Young Scientist Award in Computer Science by the Society.

There were around 60 research papers and articles presented during the conference. Finally, the conference was successfully ends by completing its objectives.