Collaboration for Effective Learning Alumni News Seminar RCM faculty have organized two international and five national seminars in the last two years. The two international seminars, “ Management Beyond Boundaries “. And “ Geo- spatial Knowledges & its Application for Socio-economic development, “ had participatants from overseas countries like Austria, Bangladesh, Srilanka, U.K. and U.S.A. International Conference Ubiquitous computing has generated a lot of interest in wireless ad hoc and sensor networks. Besides their potential advantages, these new generations of networks also raise some challenging issues with respect to security and privacy. Objective of this conference is to facilitate interaction among researchers, industry experts, consultant of network security, cryptography, wireless networking and exchange of views of user of various advanced solutions, innovative algorithms, protocols & procedures. Call for PapersAuthors are invited to submit papers describing original research or review of theoretical or practical significance of current trends of Computer Security. They should submit a full copy of their papers not exceeding 6 single-spaced pages on IEEE conference format. Please submit the DOC file of the manuscript to – firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.comAll accepted papers will be published in a special issue of the indexed journal “Siddhant” which will be distributed to the invitees, guests , delegates and also sent to regular subscribers of the journal. International Seminar RCM organized an International Seminar on CSR on 21st November, 2008, which was addressed by Professor (em) Dr. Gyoergy Szell, from the University of Osnabruck, Germany; and Professor (Dr. Ing., FNASc) Omkar Nath Mohanty, Vice Chancellor, Biju Patnaik University of Technology, as main speakers.The PLENARY began at 2.30 pm with lighting of the ceremonial lamp by the guests and Ganesh Vandana. Prof. Prabir Pal, Director, RCM welcomed the guests and briefly presented the profile of RCM including CSR i n i t i a t i v e s taken up by the institute — revival of dying arts, contribution to relief projects, creation of entrepreneurship cell to cater to the needs of different entrepreneurs, tie up with L.B Prasad Eye Hospital to create an eye hospital at Baripada, etc. After the welcome, Prof. Pal requested the Vice Chancellor, BPUT to release three publications of RCM Faculties; viz., “Globalization and HR Management” by Prof. Sujata Mangaraj; “HRP: The Indian Dynamics”, Then, Dr. Anup Das, Professor of Sociology, Utkal University, presented an introduction of Professor Gyoergy Szell. He informed that Dr. Szell was a Professor of Sociology at the University of Osnabrück/F.R.G. from 1973 to 2006, Prof. em., also from the Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, Japan; several times Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences; Vice-president of the University from 1995 to 1997; Coordinator for international cooperation of the Department of Social Sciences; Cofounder of ECOS-Consult, Osnabrück (part-time activities there); Cofounding Director of the Institute for Migration Research and Intercultural Studies and of the interdisciplinary research group Third World – Development and Environment; Founding Director of the Europe Research Centre & the Japan Research Centre at the University of Osnabrück, Founding member of the UNESCO Forum of Researchers on Human Settlements, and of EUROSCIENCE, member of the German-speaking Association for Third World Studies (AfEf) 1995-2005. His Main Research Areas are: Corporate Social Responsibility; Science and Technology Assessment; Environment and Society; Regional Sustainable Development; Ecological Management; Participation and Self- Management; Comparative Labour Relations; New Technologies and Trade Unions; Arms Conversion; European Studies; Asian Studies, namely Japan and China; Third World Studies;He postulated that CSR is a global phenomena & issue, and as a part of the globe, EU is trying to create a stakeholder democracy since there lies a close relationship between CSR & stakeholders. CSR contains both social and ecological issues. Hence, now-a- days the buzz word is “CSER – Corporate Social & E c o l o g i c a l Responsibility”, which would ultimately lead to Sustainable Development. The major motive behind such type of CSR activities is environmental protection and sustainable development that means looking forward to our future generation, what we would leave behind ourselves for our next generation.