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KAUTILYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING, JAIPUR
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Academic Event Report
Event- Expert Lecture
Speaker: - Er. Arun Kumar Lamba (IIT, Kanpur)
Topic of Lecture: - Power Generations
Date of event: - 21 March 2017
Time of Event:-10:30 AM to 12:00 Noon
Venue: –KITE-SOM Auditorium
Audience: - 1. HOD (Mechanical)
2. All faculty members mechanical
3. Students III & IV year Mechanical
Summary of the lecture
He started with the definition of power Generation, explained different types of power plants as follows.
1. Diesel power plant, its components, working principle with applications.
2. Steam power plant, its components, working principle with applications.
3. Hydroelectric power plant, its components and working principle.
4. Gas power plant, working principle, site selection and advantages.
In the support, he correlated practical examples of the day today life
Overall lecture was fruitful to the students, as this topic covers the syllabus of Power Generations and I.C. Engine of RTU, Kota. Faculty members also learned and improved their knowledge. At last, lecture was concluded by Er. O.M. Bunker with vote of thanks to Er. A K Lamba for sharing his knowledge, experience with us.
USA ENGINEER SHARED HIS EXPERIENCE
VENUE: KITE AUDITORIUM DATE: 01/03/17
Er. Suresh Roy, alumni OF 1976 mechanical batch of MNIT working in USA for last 40 years. Shared his experience to mechanical students of this college. Mr. Roy is working in US for new product development .sharing his experience he told to the student that for any product to be successful it should be quality product along with minimum cost. As a new product development organization company has to bring the new product well within estimated time frame, any lapse may cause failure of product hence waste of all input placed in the NPD project. He further stress that while executing any project keep risk at every stage and also don’t allow any deficiency at any stage.
Mr. Roy further stressed that mechanical engineer should not limit himself to mechanical knowledge only but also have sufficient knowledge of electrical, computer & electronics. He has told these words keeping his experience of changing job from mechanical to computer to electronics etc. in the last he asked student to raise question Mr. Kaushal from final year, Mr. Nitesh from second year ,Tribhuvan from final year & other students raised their question which was replied by Mr. Roy satisfactorily .
College MD Er. C K Bafna Thanks to Mr. Suresh Roy and also told students that in future he is planning to link college with industrial production and also insisted for further enhancement of industrial lecture to students.
In the last ,college principal Prof. D R Jana extended vote of thanks to Mr. Roy, Mrs. Roy & Mr. C K Bafna. College other director Mr. Vimal Golcha presented a memento to Mr. Roy for keeping college memory alive.
After the session is over Prof. Garg HOD mechanical accompanied Mr. Roy for visit of all the labs of college. Mr. Roy appreciated the college infrastructure, faculty & students.
Kautilya Institute of Technology & Engineering
Report on the Motivational Talk "GATEWAY TO GREAT WAY" Carried out by Shri Mahasringha Das
On January 16, 2017, Shri Mahasringha Das (from USA) successfully carried out Motivational Talk "GATEWAY TO GREAT WAY" for Ist Year Students of KITE at Auditorium, Kautilya Campus, Sitapura, Jaipur.
Kautilya Inst. Of Technology & Engineering, Jaipur
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Industrial Visit Report
Kinetic Gears Pvt. Ltd, VKIA, Jaipur
Mechanical VII Sem.
Visit Arranged By: Prof. B. K. Garg
Motto of Visit
To understand different type of gear manufacturing system as factory is manufacturing Helical Gear box.
Understand the working of following Machines
CNC lathe machine ,Milling machine, Gear hobbling machine, gear shaping machine, gear grinding machine, ,worm gear grinder, cylindrical grinder, internal grinder, surface grinder, radial drill machine, big size lathe machine.
The entire machine were working, students saw and learned working of machines and manufacturing of different types of gears.
To guide the students Mr. Rakesh Mahwar & Mr Mukesh Kumar faculty members accompanied them.
Kautilya Institute of Technology & Engineering
Following the tradition of welcoming the first year students by hosting a mega party for them, this year also the third semester students organized a fabulous cultural evening with the theme ‘GALA NIGHT’ on 11TH of September 2016. The party started with a warm welcome by the senior students, followed by a tribute to goddess of knowledge, Devi Swarswati. The cultural events commenced with a Ganesh Vandana .As the evening proceeded there were many stunning and brilliant performances by the 1st and 2nd year students, which included dances, songs, comedy screen play ,a glamorous ramp walk and some jokes by the anchors. As per the theme, the entire event was full of glamour and talent. It was a good show of talent and was enjoyed by one and all. As the performances came to an end, Kalpit and Rupali Yadav were bestowed with the renowned titles of Mr and Ms Fresher by the judges ,based on their ramp walk ,performance and answerers. The evening concluded with a magnificent dinner for the staff members and students.
Kautilya Inst. Of Technology & Engg., Jaipur
ENGINEERS DAY CELEBRATION 2016
On 15/09/2016 KITE celebrated Engineers day on the birth anniversary of Sir M Visvesvaraya. This year theme of Engineers day was “skill development for young engineers to reform the core sector: Vision 2025” As a part of it,Faculty & students participated for speech & power point presentation on different topics .
Function started with a warm welcome by Prof. (Dr) B.K Garg, HOD’s & faculties of different departments were a part of it. Following him the anchor of the program Kaushal Ahuja gave a brief introduction of the events & called Prof. V.K Modi Civil dept., he told the values of Sir M Visvesvaraya & asked students to follow them, following him ME final year student Asif & Sumant gave their presentation on the life of Sir M Visvesvaraya. After it ME final year student Akhilesh Maheshwari put his view on the current scenario of engineers following him ME final year student Kunal Parihar gave his view on the theme & told a short story about Sir M V. Kundan student of EE 3rd yr share his views, after him 1st yr students Meenakshi meena & Abhishek gave their ideas & views on the need of Engineers in society. Function ended with the vote of thanks by Principal KITE Prof. (Dr.) D.R Jana .
Kautilya Inst. Of Technology & Engg.,Jaipur
Entrepreneur Development cell
A workshop was organised by MSME, Jaipur on “Awareness Programme on "Support for Entrepreneurial and Managerial development of MSEs through Incubators”on 7th Sep 2016, in KITE auditorium. Mr. M.K Meena (Dy.MSME), Mr. Sushil Kumar (Ass.Dir. MSME), Mr.T.K Nag (Retd. AGM SBBJ Bank) & Mr. Roopam Gupta (Young Entrepreneur & winner of “Rajasthan Gaurav” award) were among the dignitaries present in the workshop.
Prof. (Dr.) B.K Garg welcomed the guest with his speech, followed by him, Mr. Roopam Gupta shared his Experience from being an employee to an employer. He motivated students to set an example & to have their own Start-up by giving the examples of various companies like Snap deal, Flip kart, Amazon etc. He shared his Journey and challenges faced in it. His words & experience motivated students for being a Job provider. After him Mr.T.K Nag (Retd. AGM SBBJ Bank) told us about various types of Govt. loan provided under “START UP INDIA-STAND UP INDIA”.He also provided information about the process of making project report & how to get our loan approved, Mr. Sushil Kumar was the invited on the dias, he gave a very informative & knowledgeful presentation on various schemes of government & how a incubation centre will help students in their projects after him Mr. M.K Meena came on dias & he was delighted to tell students that KITE has been selected as INCUBATION centre for MSME & under that MSME will provide a fund of Rs 66 Lakh for projects at KITE.The session was ended with Vote of Thanks by Prof. (Dr) D.R Jana principal KITE.
On 8th August , 2016 orientation Day (Induction Day) was organized at college campus for new I year B.Tech. students. New students along with their parents were welcomed by senior students and the function started at 09:00 AM. On this occasion around 200 students and their parents attended the program. The programme began with the introductory & warm welcome speech .The lightening of lamp was followed by a brief introduction of all dignitaries, faculty and staff members holding key position in the institute. After this, Dr. P.R. Sindhi [Director (A&A)], Dr. Dipak Ranjan Jana[Principal], and Prof A.N. Arora [Head, Civil] addressed the audience with their motivating and inspirational words. They also discussed about the various new facilities added in the college for the better placement and overall development of the student. After the address session, open session started in which the dignitaries satisfied the queries of the new students & their parents. This session, was followed by refreshments and a college visit was carried out for the new students along with their parents.
Health Checkup camp on 7th & 11th APRIL 2016
On the occasion of “WORLD HEALTH DAY,7th APRIL 2016(Thursday)” and 11th APRIL 2016, (Monday). A Health Checkup camp was organized at the KITE Campus.
The camp was organized under the supervision of expert doctors from “BHANDARI HOSPITAL, JAIPUR”. There were 6 Doctors and 5 Technicians coordinated this event on both days for Health checkup.
Total 310 students and faculty members were participated in this for health checkup. Prior to the camp, students and staff members were apprised of the benefits of regular health checkup.
The Health Checkup camp schedule was for students as below:-
On the 7th APRIL 2016(Thursday) a formal inauguration was organized. In this inauguration function Dr.P.R.Sindhi, Director (A&A) of Kautilya, welcomes Doctors and Medical staff members of Bhandari Hospital, faculties and Students of Kautilya. After welcome Dr. Nishant Kumar, address on the topic ”Dehydration and Heat Stroke”. Dr.K.C.Roy, Principal of Kautilya, delivered the vote of thanks. Afterinauguration function, health checkup camp was organized for Ist year students & faculties. About 180 students and faculty members has participated in this camp.
On the 11th APRIL 2016(Monday), the camp was started with a formal inauguration including welcome of Director and team of Doctors of Bhandari Hospital along with faculties & Students of KITE by Ms.Sonal Bafna, Project Director of Kautilya. Director of Bhandari Hospital Dr. Chirag Bhandari explore the facilities in the Bhandari hospital and Dr. Nishant Kumar, address on the topic ”Dehydration and Heat Stroke”.Dr.K.C.Roy, Principal of Kautilya, delivered the vote of thanks. Afterinauguration function, health checkup camp was organized for IInd year students & faculties. About 130 students and faculty members has participated in this camp.
List of Doctors:-
Following checkup was done in camp :-
3. Blood Pressure.
4. Blood Sugar.
Blood Donation Camp on Foundation Day
On the occasion of 13th Foundation Day of Kautilya Institute of Technology & Engineering (September, 10, 2015), a blood donation camp was organized at the college Campus where faculty, students and staff voluntarily donated blood. The camp was Sponsored by the Lions Club, Metro, Jaipur and under the supervision of expert doctors of blood bank of SDMH (Santokba Durlabh Ji Medical Hospital) Jaipur. Mr.Vijay Pandiya along with 2 member’s form lions club, 2 Doctors and 7 Technicians was coordinated this event.
Total 91 units of blood collected would go to the Blood Bank of Santokba Durlabh Ji Medical Hospital, Jaipur. Prior to the camp, students and staff members were apprised of the benefits related to blood donation by the Volunteers.
They will provide Certificates and Blood culture report to Blood Donors.
According to the information presented on the occasion, only 50 percent of the countrys blood requirement is fulfilled through such blood donation camps. Hence, there is a need to create awareness amongst our youth for active participation in such a noble cause.
Celebrate Orientation day from 6th - 09th August 2015
Orientation Day was held from 6th - 09th August 2015 in college campus. New admitted students were welcomed on first day and inspirational speeches were given by Managing Director Sir and Principal.
On second and third day students were taken on college visit and all heads of various departments gave a power point presentation which included a brief introduction about various faculties, syllabus, teaching pattern and facilities available in college. Motivation speech was given by an expert. An open session was held with Principal, HODs Parents and new student in which all queries of parents were discussed.
Kautilya Institute of Technology & Engineering
A INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
“FUTURISTIC TRENDS IN COMPUTER AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING”
[11th April, 2015]
DEPARTMENT OF ECE, CSE & Physics
Kautilya Campus, Sitapura, Jaipur
Kautilya Institute of Technology & Engineering
A NATIONAL CONFERENCE
“HOUSING FOR ALL
[14th March, 2015]
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
Convener: Er. S. D. Thanvi
Co-convener: Er. Arun Singh Chouhan
Indralok Auditoium, Narayan Singh Circle, Tonk Road, Jaipur
The programme begun with floral welcome of the guest at 10:00 am .The chief gust was R.K Vijayvargiya a Senior town planner with other guest of honour Sh. RK Vijay ,Dr. Snadeep Shrivastav and other dignitries including Er. C.K Bafna Managing Director K.I.T.E , respected PRINCIPAL Sir Prof. Mool Singh ,Prof. P.R. Sindhi HOD Civil K.I.T.E , Prof A.N.Arora and other dignitaries . They have been welcomed by bouquet presentation . Er C.K Bafna welcomed our chief Guest by presenting him a bouquet .Then the conference initiated by taking the blessings of Maa Sarasvati by chanting Sarasvati vandana by students.
Er. C.K Bafna delivered the welcome speech by saying few words about the college and its establishment .He also motivated the students with his enhancing words and their betterment of them . HOD Civil KITE Prof. P .R. Sindhi brief about the conference and discussed the need of mass housing and present scenario . Dr. Snadeep Shrivastav also shared his experience on sustainability and how efficiently mass housing can be done .
Our respected principal sir Prof. Mool Singh gave the vote of thanks to everyone how have participated in this national conference with lots of enthusiasm.
And the inaugural session ends up with the High tea break and after that conference continues with the technical session in three phase .
Brief of I Technical Session
In first technical session three keynote lectures were delivered by Shri R. K. Vijayvargiya Additional Chief Town Planner Directorate of Local Bodies,Govt.of Rajasthan, Dr Sandeep Srivastva, Astt. Professor Civil Eng. MNIT Jaipur & Shri R. K. Agarwal Managing Director Rajasthan Avas Vikas and Infrastructure Limited Jaipur, Rajasthan highlighting affordable houses, shortage & vision 2022, government policies and suggestions to provide shelter to all.
First keynote speaker Shri Vijayvargiya initiated with profile of Rajasthan State such as area, population, heritage etc and shortage of EWS & LIG houses as 21.78 million and 2.89 million respectively in the country and 10.70 Lakh dwelling units in Rajasthan. Shri Vijayvargiya discussed various agencies involved in affordable housing, JDA units, private developers such as HUDCO, IHSDP, RHB, Gharonda, NCIDM Swachh Bharat Abhiyan etc and their achievements so far. Vertical construction to meet the shortage of land in urban area is one of the solutions to achieve the target.
Dr. Sandeep Srivastva deliberated about sustainable construction and sustainable materials for affordable housing. He highlighted about conservation of energy constructing green buildings to improve quality of life of the population in EWS & LIG houses. Life cycle cost should be considered and not only the initial cost of construction. Dr. Srivastva also defined affordable housing & economizing cost by resource efficiency, energy efficiency & reuse & recycling. Use of waste materials, precast segments & locally available materials are few suggestions to reduce the construction cost & make it affordable.
Shri R. K. Agarwal detailed Government of Rajasthan initiatives about affordable housing. He discussed about mandatory guidelines for EWS & LIG houses by the state government to Govt. agencies 50% to 60%, private builders 15% in houses & 5% in flats are mandatory for EWS & LIG houses. Problems in achieving the target were also highlighted & Mr. Agarwal also intimated that shortly Mukhya Mantri Jan Avas Yojna is being launched to achieve the target of 16 Lakh affordable houses by 2022. Various models along with costs for construction of EWS & LIG houses were also discussed. Policies of Rajasthan have also been adopted by various other states of the country like Gujarat etc.
After deliberations by all the keynote speakers a question/answer session was organized in which various questions were asked by the audience on the subject and very well replied by the speakers. Session was very useful & educative to the august audience of town planners, consultants, civil engineers from various departments and to students from various engineering institutions.
Session ended with the felicitation of keynote speakers, brief of the session and thanks to all.
Technical Session 2nd
This technical session began just after lunch break. Dr. D. K. Sharma, Professor and Dr. Neha Shrivastava, Assoc. Professor, Dept. of Civil Engg, KITE, Jaipur were chairperson and co-chairperson of this session. Dr. D. K. Sharma initiated the session by reminding the main objective of the conference. He propagated housing as the third basic need of every human being after food and clothing and no doubt in a country like ours full of middle class and lower level, people faces a real challenge of providing housing to all which was the very objective of this conference i.e. to come up with ideas and solutions which are both affordable and feasible. He also reviewed the demographics of India we are having a huge housing shortage. The housing demand by 2020 is likely to be 30 million.
In this context, the first deliberation was given by Sh. Girish Sharma (Director, Lavanya Architecture, Jaipur). Affordable project modelling (Model-2 Housing policy of Rajasthan 2009) and minimization of materials at structural level were the key strategies suggested and discussed by him for attaining affordable housing at various locations in Rajasthan. He gave most of the functional and structural details of the model which targeted Infrastructure development at the site itself. He also focussed on the relative measures that can be taken to fulfil the given agenda of Housing for all, like alternative of fly ash bricks against the conventional silica bricks.
Next lecture was given by Mr. Arun Madhok (Ambuja Cement, New Delhi). He shared his experience regarding various challenges faced at the site and there affordable solutions. He also revealed statistics of Urbanization in India both at Urban and Rural level. The data was a brain teaser for the audience as it recommended the joint efforts and idealization of both public and private sector, if we are to achieve our goal of Housing for all. Mr. Madhokj’s extraordinary findings and preparations were praised by all.
After him, Mr. N. C. Nakra (Retd., Regional Chief, HUDCO, Jaipur) completed the corollary of Affordable Housing Policy of Rajasthan by discussing the merits and demerits of Model-4 and presenting the case study of Urban Improvement Trust, Kota on PPP (Public Private Partnership) model. He depicted an efficient and judicious utilization of government land which proved to be beneficial by accomplishing its dedicated task within the specified time deadlines and at the same time maintaining world class quality of work.
After the deliberation of Mr. N. C. Nakra, Dr. Neha Shrivastava concluded the session by briefing all the presentations. She then proposed the vote of thanks and thanked all the speakers and guest, convener, participants and all the listeners for their presence and making this session a great success.
Technical Session 3rd
In the third and final technical session we had 3 deliberations.
1. Prof. A. K. Vyas from MNIT jaipur
2. Mr. B. N. Moolchandani , Ex advisor (Housing Board), UDH Department, Govt. of Rajasthan.
3. Mr. Sanjay Gupta, MD, Yashi Consulting services Pvt. Ltd.
Prof. A. K. Vyas
His Topic of deliberation was “ Quality control aspects in construction Projects”.
He deliberated about the various requirements and how, the good quality can be maintained. He also deliberated about some of the common mistakes. He told about the various construction materials, various tests as per codal provison and precautions to maintain quality. He also said about the varios points to be kept in mind while casting the various components of the building such as beam, column, masonry etc.
Mr. B. N. Moolchandani
His topic of deliberation was “Affordable Housing shortage in rajasthan. Resolving affordable housing shortage and affordable housing components and Technologies”
He deliberated on various objectives for affordable housing and schemes. He deliberated about the shortage of affordable housing and also about the advantage of planned urbanization in future in Rajasthan. He also compared various parameters with respect to size, cost, EMI on affordable housing schemes as per Government of India and Government of Rajasthan for various categories (LIG, MIG, EWS).
Mr. Sanjay Gupta
His topic of deliberation was “Housing for all, Challenges and affordable solutions”.
He deliberated in brief on the affordable housing. He discussed about the various causes and distribution of Slum creations in States. He deliberated about the Housing shortage/Demand, on the basis of increasing population and various solutions for the same as per the government policies. He also reviewed central level policies and state level policies. He also deliberated on some of the cost effective construction technologies in India.
Concluding Session :
The concluding session was presided by Prof. Dr P R Sindhi HOD Civil Engg KITE. He deliberated upon the proceedings of the conference right from morning session to last session and showed his satisfaction over the successful completion of This national conference on “Housing for All: Challenges and Affordable solutions “
In the end he distributed prizes and mementos to the successful participants for posters and drawing competition on the theme of this conference.
Kautilya Institute of Technology & Engineering
Department of Mechanical Engineering
In Association with IEI (RSC, Jaipur) & PHD Chambers
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON
“ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT”
ICEE-2015 (17TH-18TH JAN. 2015)
Two days National Conference on “ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT” was organized by Department of Mechanical & Electrical Engineering of Kautilya Institute of Technology and Engineering, Jaipur in association with Institution of Engineers (RSC, Jaipur) and PHD Chambers of Commerce and Industry, on dated 17 & 18 Jan. 2015. In these two days conference, Eminent Speakers and Experts in the field of Energy & Environment, Industrialists and Regulators have participated. A systematic approach towards present activities under Energy & Environment control and possibilities in future work were highlighted in the conference.
Chief Guest was Prof.(Dr.) Akhtar Kalam, Victoria University, Australia, Where as Guest of honor was Prof.(Dr.) H.P Garg, world renowned Technocrat in the field of solar energy, Prof(Dr.) D.P Kothari (GP Group of Institutions, Nagpur) ,Prof.(Dr.) PMV Subbaro IIT,Delhi, Other prominent persons on the dais were Our M. D. Er. C. K. Bafna, JECS Secretary Sh.B.L Kanwat , Principal Prof. Dr. Mool Singh, convener Of the conference Prof.(Dr.) BK Garg & co-convener Er. Sudhanshu Gupta. Prof. (Dr.). B. K. Garg highlighted the details of Conference and Er. Sudhanshu Gupta placed the vote of thanks.
In two days conference, 4 Technical sessions and Valedictory session was conducted .In the First Technical Session Chairman: Prof. (Dr.) Akhtar Kalam & Co-Chairman: Prof. (Dr.) A.N Arora. In this session Prof.(Dr.) H.P Garg, shared his valuable insights on Solar Energy & Shared his views about the solar development in the world with reference to his world wide tours, Prof.(Dr.) D.P. Kothari was the IInd speaker of the session & he gave his technical presentation on Smart Grid. IIIrd presentation was delivered by Prof (Dr.) Dileep Sharma from MNIT, Jaipur on Fuel Cell Technology. Vote of thanks was given by Er. Palak Jindal. Technical Session II Chairman: Prof. (Dr.) P.M.V Subbarao and Co- Chaired by Prof. B. K. Garg. Ist presentation in this session was given by Prof. (Dr.) Akhtar Kalam, in his deliberation he narrated differential tariff system of power in Australia & recommended its needs to implement in India to reduce peak hour demand. He also shared his view that in case any individual produces solar energy in excess to his own use in that case it should be hired by Government/Agency. IInd Lecture was given by Er. (Dr.) M.P. Sharma from RVVNL,Jaipur . He gave useful data of Renewable Energy in Rajasthan & also Highlighted future planning of Govt. of Rajasthan in the area of Renewable Energy.
Er.Sunil Kumar Yadav placed the vote of thanks.
Technical session III Chairman: Prof. (Dr.) Akhtar Kalam, Co-Chairman: Prof. (Dr.) B.K. Garg. Key note lecture was given by Prof. (Dr.) P.M.V Subbarao on the topic Human, Energy & Ecology; he shared his valuable experiences in the field of Energy saving by modernizing the present rural equipments. Er.O.M Bunkar placed the vote of thanks.
Technical session IV Chairman: Prof. (Dr.) Mahendra Lalwani, Co-Chairman: Er. Sudhanshu Gupta, Key Note Lecture was delivered by Prof. A.N.Arora on Environment impact & assessment on hydro power projects. Special Lecture was given by Prof. Pushpendra Principal Sunrise, Udaipur on Smart grid electricity & its efficient use, Faculties/Research Scholars/M.Tech/B.Tech students presented their papers. Er.Sunil Kumar Yadav placed the vote of thanks.
Valedictory session: Guest of the session was Prof. (Dr.) Mahendra Lalwani.Prof. Dr. Mool Singh, Prof. (Dr.) B.K. Garg, Er. Sudhanshu Gupta was there on the Dias with the guest. Er. Deepak Singh Gave the summary of the Conference, Certificates were given to those who presented papers in the conference. Prof. (Dr.) B.K. Garg placed the vote of thanks & concluded the Conference.
AICTE sponsored Faculty Development Programme
at KITE Campus form 17-06-2013 to 29-06-2013 on
Recent Development in Mechanical Engineering
AICTE sponsored two weeks faculty development program for mechanical engineers on Recent Advancement in Mechanical Engineering started in kautilya Institute of Technology and Engineering, Sitapura, Jaipur. The inaugural function was addressed by Prof. R P Yadav, vice chancellor RTU Kota. In his speech he has mention that university is upgrading the syllabus on continuous basis for meeting the needs of industry .He has further stressed that in light of innovation such type of faculty development program is essential for the teaching staff in engineering colleges. He has also told Rajasthan technical university is doing their best to declare timely results of B.TECH students. Prof. M P Poonia, director National institute of technical teachers training and research, Chandigarh also focused on such type of program in light of recent development in engineering field and necessity of industries. He further elaborated that country is producing around 3500000 engineers every year; to teach this much volume of students trained faculties is essential. To meet the challenge NITTR is doing technical teachers training job with the help of video conferencing. Kautilya College also participated in the last month video conferencing. He has appreciated the management and academics staff for taking initiative to such program. In the last Prof. (Dr.) A R Shukla, Ex secretary Govt. OF India expressed his feeling with the of word VIP, where as V stand for velocity I for innovation P for practice. He has appreciated the FDP program and said it is essential to update the method of teaching with current technology.
On second day Prof. V. K. Gupta form IIIT, Jabalpur has elaborated about structure and material, principal Prof. Durgaa Prosad about Production planning & control, Prof. N.N. Sharma from BITS, Pilani on micro electro mechanical system in which he explained that in future diseases can be find out with the help of chip. Next day prof. G.S. Dangayceh form MNIT Jaipur told about Sustainable Manufacturing. Prof. P. K. Jamwal from University College of engineering RTU Kota has told about Artificial Intelligent, on last day of the first week Prof. D.M. Mehta gave his lecture on transportation Problems, Prof C.N. Bhandari on Academics at UG level, in Second half teachers visited auto light industries
Second week of the FDP started with the lecture of Prof. B.K. Garg on motivation, he emphasized for close relation of students and teachers to motivate students, Prof S.L. Soni from MNIT, Jaipur told about recent development in bio-diesel, Prof. N.C. Bhandari Explained the design for production. Next day Prof. Rakesh Jain Prof, MNIT Jaipur discussed Robust Design, Prof M.A. Saloda from Udaipur told about MICRO- Machining and CNC machines. Teacher visited kinetic gear industries for industrial interaction. Prior to last day Prof. B.P. Nandwana from Udaipur spoken about Finite Element Methods and Prof Arvind Verma from Jodhpur told about CAD/ CAM Systems
The FDP program is closed by chief guest Shree B.L. Kanwat retd. Asst. Commissioner, he told that learning of latest technology by a teacher is essential and expressed his gratitude to the faculty members who visited the college and gave the experienced base knowledge to the faculty. Prof. Rakesh Jain, HOD, MNIT, Guest of Honour on the occasion appreciated the program and assure for future help. The coordinator of FDP program Prof. N.C. Bhandari gave details of the lectures took place in the last weeks. Prof B.K. Garg thanks to everyone either participated or learned Prof. who delivered their lecture in the session, he further expressed his thanks to the AICTE and management of the college for allowing to conduct the FDP program.
Prof. (Dr.) N. C. Bhandari
1, Prof. B.K. Garg 2, Er. O. M. Bunkar.
Dean (Mechanical), KITE-SOM HOD, Mechanical Engineering
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