Unique Security System from Engineering Students

Unique Security System from Engineering Students

Two final-year students of Electronics and Communication Engineering of Netaji Subhash Engineering College have come up with a unique safety gadget. The project was undertaken in collaboration with Jadavpur University , under the guidance of Professor Chira Ranjan Datta. Subhajit Bhattacharya and Alik Sen, the students who developed the system, elaborated on the project. It is designed to enhance the safety of citizens in their residences or workplaces and also provide concrete evidence which may…

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[Watch] Robot Traffic Cop with Final Year Students

[Watch] Robot Traffic Cop with Final Year Students

The robotics faculty and final year students of the Venkteshwar Institute of Technology, Indore designed and implemented a futurustic solution for traffic management. Its a robot managing traffic at a busy intersection in Indore, the commercial capital of Madhya Pradesh, which has one of the highest vehicle densities in the country. The students and were mainly involved in the project that took two years in the making and cost around Rs 20 lakh. However, Pasari…

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College Gets Rs 50 Lakh for Swayam’s Cube SAT 2

College Gets Rs 50 Lakh for Swayam’s Cube SAT 2

Being centred around solar sails, or equipment that make use of solar energy instead of electricity to charge the payload, the main objective in this later phase is to demonstrate orbit manoeuvering using solar sails, said a member of the Swayam team. In a major boost to the space-based activities being carried out at College of Engineering Pune (CoEP), the state government this week allocated Rs 50 lakh for the second phase of Mission Swayam….

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Tips to Select Mini Project – Mechanical Engineers

Tips to Select Mini Project – Mechanical Engineers

How Mechanical Engineers should select a good Mini Project Topic? Mini project is one of the integral parts of mechanical engineering curriculum where the students can learn and equip new skill sets by building projects practically. By doing good mini projects, students can develop more skills in addition to the technical skills like critical thinking, problem solving ability, collaborating with team members, solving problems hands-on etc. This will also help them to showcase their practical…

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Self-heating Jacket for Jawans by Haryana Students

Self-heating Jacket for Jawans by Haryana Students

The Technological Institute of Textile & Sciences (TIT&S) students claim to have developed a lightweight jacket — it weighs only 530gm — to keep army jawans warm even in sub-zero temperatures. They have developed the jacket keeping in mind Indian Army jawans posted in Siachen, the world’s highest battlefield. Extreme temperatures — as low as -55°C — have claimed the lives of hundreds of soldiers in Siachen. The Army has long relied on imported wearables,…

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