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3D Printable Protective Face Shields developed by SSN College of Engineering

The faculty and students from SSN College of Engineering, Kalavakkam have developed 3D printable protective face shields for frontline healthcare workers to safeguard them in the fight against COVID-19 pandemic. The first set of 100 face shields each have been delivered to Stanley Medical College and Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital in Chennai, Tamilnadu. A team of three faculty members Dr. …

3-month free access to engineering e-learning courseware and e-Labs for students

In a bid to support universities, engineering colleges and the teacher-student fraternity across India in these trying times of the Covid-19 global pandemic, Manipal Group’s Coempt Edu Teck Pvt. Ltd — as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility — is offering students a 3-month free access (beginning April) to engineering e-learning courseware covering over 165 subjects and more than 700 practical e-lab …

LPU Students develop Smart Dustbin ‘Ally’ for contactless waste collection and disposal at Hospitals

In the wake of Covid-19, a research team comprising of students and professors at Lovely Professional University have developed an interactive smart dustbin called ‘Ally’, which can be used at hospitals and medical centers for contactless waste collection and disposal, leading to a safer work environment for the front-line workers. Ally follows voice commands and moves on the predefined paths autonomously …

ALL TERRAIN VEHICLE CREATED BY IIT ROORKEE STUDENTS

An All-Terrain Vehicle is designed and built every year by the undergrads of IIT Roorkee for safe subjugation of extreme pathways. This year the vehicle was unveiled on January 9 and a live demonstration on a track prepared outside the MAC Auditorium was also performed. The event was graced by Prof. Ajit K. Chaturvedi, Director, IITR in presence of Prof. …

KPIT Sparkle 2019 winners announced

winners Automotive engineering and mobility solutions company, KPIT, has announced the winners of its annual national design and development innovation contest, KPIT Sparkle 2019. The Top 30 teams presented working prototypes of their solutions at the grand finale held on 23rd and 24thFebruary 2019 at the Pimpri Chinchwad College of Engineering (PCCOE), Pune after which  Team Aqua from Army Institute of Technology, Pune, won the platinum …

IT rush is passé, India & the world needs Good Engineers: Can Indian students rise to the occasion?

IT & ITES boom as it happened in the first decade of this century required thousands of engineers, coders, administrators, managers and what not. Consequently, as the world was taken over by IT revolution, IT services and development companies, which mushroomed themselves in the period, required armies of workers and recruited engineers across the disciplines, trained them and fanned them …

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