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.
Success is a journey not a destination….Read More
Aditya Kumar, 6thsem cs student has put his first step towards his journey to success and achievements. It is a prideful moment for us to congratulate aditya to be one of the 10 winners of the “Microsoft office 365 Contest ” across the globe. The contest was sponsored by Microsoft Corporation, United States.
Aditya is the only student from India who has won the prize, and has become a Microsoft student partner. He has been selected as a grand prize winner of a Surface Pro 3 and type cover.
The UDML Media League appreciates and applauds Aditya for his huge success….
It’s time for him to live up to his success, smile, and take a bow …
He was guided by our faculty members Er. Vishal Kothari and Er. Ashish Ameriya .
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A two day tour was organised by JECRC UDML College of Engineering for the 3rd year students to ISRO Ahmedabad’s Space Application Centre(SAC) under the flag ship of Prof. Vijeta Kumawat ,H.O.D ,Dept. of Computer Science from 22nd of Jan to 23rd of Jan 2015 . 55 deserving students from CS,EC,ME branches were able to avail this “one of it’s kind” opportunity.Read More
This rarest of the rare opportunity was given to the students by our principal Dr.Ram Rattan who was the former Asso. Director of ISRO Ahmedabad and at present with this JECRC UDML got the privilege to become the first engineering college of India ever to visit ISRO.
The first day of the tour comprised of the ISRO visit where students visit the world class Labs and payloads developed by India indigenously. The campus was really huge,well maintained and highly secured. The students were first of all addressed by the coordinator of ISRO Mr. DRM Samudraiah in an introductory session .He explained the nuances of the instruments and elaborated on their underlying concepts. He also talked about the methodologies adopted for making the missions like Chandrayaan and Mangalyaan successful and feasible and talked about the future plans too. Various labs like Sensor Development Lab, Environment Lab, Thermovaccum Lab, Vibration lab etc were visited by the students. A camera which was used in Mangalyan mission was also shown to the students and analysed.
All the students are extremely delighted to explore the “wonder world”, which has done marvels. These labs have been visited by Shri Abdul Kalam the former President of India , Dr Man Mohan Singh the former Prime minister of India , Shri Narendra Modi the Prime Minister of India at present , most of the cabinet colleagues of the govt. of India and by the top scientists .
As told by Aditya sharma, CS student “The campus was really huge, well maintained and highly secured .It was a lifetime opportunity to visit the Labs. It was an enthralling experience for me, where I saw the wonders created by the engineers and scientists, and was really motivating”. Same degree of elation and gratitude was seen in Pratishtha Pathak when she was interviewed.
Dr.Ramrattan is planning more such visits to Bangalore, Sriharikota , with extended no. of students and more no. of days.
The students extended a hearty gratitude to the Principal for giving them this opportunity to explore such an amazing place.
The second day of the tour comprised of a fun filled local site seeing.
Invited talk at Rajasthan Technical University, Kota by "Prof. Arun B. Chopra, Head - Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering on the use of “NPTEL and Spoken Tutorial Initiatives
"Prof. Arun B. Chopra, Head - Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, JECRC UDML College of Engineering delivered 4 sessions of invited talk at Rajasthan Technical University, Kota on the use of “NPTEL and Spoken Tutorial Initiatives of IIT Bombay”.Read More
Our Faculty member Manish Kumar Vaishnav awarded GOLD MEDAL by the Governor of Himachal Pradesh (Smt. Urmila Singh) on completion of M Tech in Signal Processing & Control from NIT Hamirpur (H.P.)Read More
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