A 3 day workshop on "Advanced Robotics & its Applications" is being oraganised in Mechanical Department of JECRC UDML College of Engineering. The scheduled dates are 09'April 2015 to 11'April 2015.Fees is 1600 INR per head.Read More
The Company coming for the workshop is- Multisoft Systems.
"They have Intel as their software Partner & SIEMENS as their solution partner."
The Timings for the workshop will be - 09am to 02pm(5 working hours per day)
Highlighting Features -
01. Group Projects, total 8 choices available regarding the projects.
02. Components & all necessary equipments will be provided by organisers without any extra charge.
03. Participants will get technical assistance and idea sharing,if in future they work on any project regarding the Robotics.
Dream does not become a reality through magic; it takes dedication, determination and lots of hard work.”Read More
This is the mantra of the 4 future engineers of JECRC UDML College, whose months of rigorous hard work has paid off.
The college team “Webflax” has been selected in the “Microsoft Imagine Cup 2015” and has clinched a place in the TOP 9 teams of India. Under the guidance of team mentors Asst. Prof. Ashish Ameriya and Asst. Prof. Vishal Kothari, the 4 members of the team – Aditya, Anurag, Rupakshi and Akanksha, all from Computer Science branch have developed an app named “Farmer Amigo”, which has been immensely praised and held in high esteems by the judges.
Giving more information, the Team leader Aditya Kumar said, “Lately due to bouts of unexplained weather conditions, rains and hailstorm have destroyed most of the crops, driving the farmers into such a state of grief that they are committing suicides. Our app will be a respite for them in such cases. The team plans to spread awareness about the app among the farmers soon after the contest.”
Around 150 countries participate in this International Championship every year. The next stage of the tournament will be held at N.G.F. College of Engineering and Technology, Palwal, Haryana on 23 and 24 April, for which the final preparations have begun.
The College Principal Dr. Ram Rattan and Prof. Vijeta Kumawat, HOD CS Dept. wish the team luck and hope to see them win the contest.
Bring a life back to power make blood donation your responsibility........Read More
Just give it a try because being a hero is not in reach for most of us but we can really be a great help for someone in need by simply giving blood.Contributing towards this noble cause JECRC UDML College of Engineering is going to organize a BLOOD DONATION CAMP in association with Santokba Durlabhji Memorial Hospital(SDMH) on Sunday 26th April 2015 from 8 A.M. to 4 P.M.
Donors will be awarded with mementos certificates and donor cards.Willing people can give their names to the following students:-
1. Aman Agrawal(IV SEM CE-8946892585)
2. Danish Ali(IV SEM CE-9782004784)
So guys donate your blood for a reason and let the reason be life!!!!!
Industrial visit to DRDO,Dehradun....Read More
A batch of 50 talented students was taken on a 3 day educational tour cum industrial visit to DRDO ,Dehradun from 6th April to 9th April.The team was led by Prof.Himanshu Agarhari,Prof.Vishal Kanchan and Prof.Hitesh Kumar.
The trip included visit to 2 major places-Defence Electronics Application Laboratory(DEAL),Dehradun and Instruments Research and Development Establishment(IRDE),Dehradun.
DEAL aims at the development of software based Radios,Anti-Jam Data links and secure satcoms systems.Here the major area of focus for the students was "Image Processing".They were guided to the image processing section where they were explained that how the images from satellite are downloaded,processed and delivered to the clients.The team then visited the quality control section and the NC section where they were taught about different NC and CNC machines.
The second phase was the visit to IRDE,where 3 major sections were shown-The Laser Optical Section,Thermal Imaging Section and the NC Lab.
Students were highly amused to see the "Long Range" and "Short Range" thermal imaging cameras which were demonstrated ,something which intrigued almost every passionate engineer.
The college aims to help the students in broadening their knowledge spectrum and also make them inquisitive towards defence technology.
The team thanked the Principal,Dr.Ram Rattan for providing this once in a lifetime opportunity.
An educational tour was organized by JECRC UDML College of engineering for the 2nd and 3rd year students, to the Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Shriharikota [SDSC, SHAR] and ISRO satellite centre [ISAC], Bangalore from 21st march to 28th march 2015.Read More
The trip was organized and coordinated under the flagship of Prof. Vijeta Kumawat, HOD, CS Dept. Mrs. Komal Joshi, Mr. Nitin Gupta and Mr. Parameshwar were the faculty coordinators . Our Principal, Dr. Ram Rattan, who was the former Associative Director of ISRO, Ahmedabad, personally requested the director of SDSC, SHAR to provide his students an opportunity to explore the milieu of satellites and rockets.
SDSC, SHAR, the rocket launching centre, operated by the ISRO, has a unique combination of facilities of solid propellant production plant, a rocket motor static test facility, telemetry, tracking and so on. On 24 March, the students were taken to the island and were shown 2 launching stations, under the guidance of Dr. M.Y.S Prasad, the director of SDSC. One station had a PSLV C-27 with Indian Regional Satellite System (IRNSS) 1-D satellite, which was successfully launched on 28th march’15 . The highly secured control room was also visited, where the students saw the scientists working on live projects which was mind stirring and extremely motivating. “I am feeling so lucky! Seeing those people work there, it was a “dream come true” experience for me . Even I wish to join ISRO now”, said a student.
The next day, the team headed to ISAC, Bangalore, which is engaged in developing satellite technology for scientific, technological and application missions. A senior scientist, accompanied the team to the museum and led their way to show all the models of satellites and launching vehicles, built by them.
The trip was a huge success and was a “once in a lifetime” opportunity for all the budding engineers who grasped all the latest technological advancements. Every student was highly fascinated and deeply intrigued by looking at those engineered marvels.
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