REAP Code: 021

Seminar & Conferences


  • Department of Civil Engineering of KITE is organized a National conference on “SUSTAINABLE SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT, SMART CITIES & SWACHH BHARAT INITIATIVE

  • National Conference on

    National Conference on “Sustainable Solid Waste Management, Smart City and Swachch Bharat Initiatives” -2017

    on 25th February –Saturday

    The conference commenced at sharp 9.00 AM with floral and warm welcome of Hon’ble Chief Guest Dr N P Kaushik Vice Chancellor   RTU Kota ,Guest of Honors Dr A B Gupta Prof MNIT Jaipur ,Dr A K Dwivedi Prof & Controller of Examinations RTU Kota ,Managing Director KITE Er C K Bafna and Director KITE Er V K Golecha .

     

    After lightening of lamp and Ma Saraswati Vandana the proceeding of conference commenced with the welcome address by Er C K Bafna who on behalf of KITE family  conveyed his gratitude and regards to Chief guest and Guest of honors along with all distinguished guest who present technical papers.

    Dr D R Jana Principal KITE in his speech informed about the activities of Institute along with various achievements of students during this academic session.

    Er S D Thanvi Associate Professor KITE and Convener of the conference welcomed all guest  and in brief elaborated about the conference aims and objectives along with presentations of papers in three technical sessions during this a daylong conference .He also briefed Guests about Dept of Civil Engineering and achievements in other national conferences organized during the last five years.

    Dr A.B Gupta Guest of Honor praised organizers for selecting the topic for this conference and narrated about Tal katora and Jal Mahal Restoration programs in Jaipur in which storm water rain dropped into these lakes which had 4 times higher BOD (Biochemical Oxygen Demand) than the permissible limit which is not desirable but due to ignorance and noninvolvement of experts in conservation of lake this happens which should be avoided

    He also mentioned about SWM Processing Plants in which solid waste was converted into energy which are currently in operation in Rajasthan i.e. Jodhpur and Jaipur.

    Dr. Gupta also told about the Sewage Treatment Plant at Delawas that how the plant has become self-sustainable. 

    Dr A K Dwivedi briefed about the Swachh Bharat initiative commenced by Union Government of India at Pan-India level.

    He briefed about Solid Waste Management system which displays local action like Crude open dumping, Handy and controlling of informal waste ,Public health and environment problems, Institutional, technical and community awareness ,Public Private  Partnership is important, if results are required within a certain time frame.

    He also emphasized on removal of Constraints in the way of Swachcha bharat initiatives.

    Dr N P Kaushik Chief Guest blessed the conference and thanks organizers for giving him opportunity to part of this well timed conference. He also reiterated about  Swachh Bharat initiatives which is a true homage to Father of Nation Mahatma Gandhi.

     He further told that smart phone, smart house, smart technology could play a vital role in the mission as complaint reprisals would be fast. Also briefed about the Smart Cities program of Govt of India in which 100 cities are selected across the country for the first phase ,where in each place would be smart and where in all citizens  have a high quality and comfortable life.

    He also deliberated that the earlier civilization used to develop along rivers , then highways and now on optical fiber network to have well access to network. The facilities that would be covering smart cities would be uninterrupted such as centricity supply, Water supply of  10-12 hours, hygienic Sanitation, Parking facilities, Health centres, proper solid Waste management and Sewage treatment facilities.

    In summing up his address he emphasized the need of this type of conference which make aware the young engineering students to make them well aware with the sustainable solid waste management, smart city and swachch, bharat initiatives.

    Dr A N Arora Professor KITE in his vote of thanks on behalf of KITE and Dept of Civil Engg Conveyed his gratitude’s towards Chief Guest , Guest of Honors , Authors’ who would present their papers ,media and all the participants who took pain in attending the conference by giving their valuable time. 

    The inaugural session ended and High Tea was served.

     

    The first Technical Session commenced under the Chairmanship of Dr A N Arora Prof Dept of Civil Engg KITE and Vice Chairman Er V K Modi Dept of Civil Engg KITE

     

    The first Speaker Dr. Vivek Agarwal Expert Solid Waste Management started his presentation and narrated as under :

    • Waste is a material which is considered as not useful after first use. But It is a resource then it is not waste.

    • He briefed that, In European countries, there is nothing as such wastes. There is no such department as Waste Management Department, they have RESOURCE MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT.

    • Dr. Agarwal mentioned about Sewapura, the dumping ground of Jaipur’s waste and  also questioned on Citizen Awareness which is very much lacking.

    Second speaker Er  Narendra Ajmera Superintending Engineer Jaipur Nagar Nigam shared the vision of  Jaipur Nagar Nigam from collection of garbage from door to door and  beautification of Jaipur City in all respect

    He narrated  the importance of clean and neat public places and city environment

    In all 69 wards Jaipur which have been declared ODF (Open Defecation Free)

    The initiatives taken by JNN to manage solid waste are

    1)      SBM

    2)      STP plants

    3)      Bottling plant

    4)      Compost plant

    He also mentioned about Swacchta app and Ministry of urban development based on Swacch Bharat Mission. and about the Delawas STP (Sewage Treatment Plant) having 2 × 62.5 MLD capacity which is a project funded by ADB (Asian Development Bank).This plant produces biogas for power generation upto 1 MW of electricity and also generates  manure for farming purpose. He also informed in the end about the Bottling plant on PPP mode in Delawas plant.

    The third speaker S K Wadhawan Retd Director General Geological Survey of India spoke about the importance of minerals. India produces 89 minerals (10 metallic). Mineral extraction and residual waste is problem of disposal. The resources are not properly utilized. In order to overcome these challenges, resource management is important for example to say, we can use high grade limestone and low grade limestone by mixing them together. There are many places across the country that produces  large amount of waste throughout the year.

     

    The forth speaker Er P.S Gahlot retd Prof  NITTTR Chandigarh in his presentation explained about  the importance of smart cities. He  highlighted the challenges with regard to Solid Waste Disposal ABNC ie (Attitude, Behavior and Non-technical competencies).  He emphasized about  the appropriate infrastructure can play  the key role for development of smart cities. Major project activities that could be undertaken in developing smart city are:

    • Education and training

    • Smart construction

    • Smart living services and efficient SWM

    • LEC (Low energy consumption) systems

    The first session ends with the briefing by Chairman of the session

     

    Soon after the second Technical session commenced under the Chairmanship of Dr Arvin Kumar Dwedi and Co-Chairmanship of ER Vishnu Sharma HOD Civil Engg Dept

    The First speaker of this second session Prof  (Dr) Sanjay Mathur MNIT Jaipur presented his paper on Waste Management Opportunities. where inhe narrated about

    Waste management opportunities as under :

    • Waste to energy, as an alternative to disposing of waste in landfills

    • Lower probability of ground water/ soil pollution

    • Profitability - Right technology / optimal processes/ all components of waste used to derive value,

    • Waste to energy could be a profitable business. Government incentives makes it more attractive business.

     

    Fifth speaker was Prof Dr. NIVEDITA KAUL, MNIT, Jaipur. She discussed on Waste Management. She said Waste Generated in India.

    Magnitude of The Problem

    • Total quantity of solid waste generated in urban areas of the country is 1.15 lakh tonne/day

    • India produces 42.0 million tons of municipal solid waste annually at present.

    • Per capita generation of waste varies from 200 gm to 600 gm per capita per day.

    • Average generation rate at 400 gm per capita per day in 0.1 million plus towns.

    •  Collection efficiency of the solid waste generated ranges between 50% to 90%.

    •  Urban Local Bodies spend around Rs.500/-  to 1500/- per ton on solid waste management of which:

    •  60-70% of the amount is on  Collection  alone.

    •  20% - 30% on transportation

    •  Less fund spent on treatment & disposal of waste

    • Crude dumping of waste in most cities

    • Even mount Everest is heavily littered. Now it is mandatory for every climber to carry back 8 kg of waste.

     

    Sixth speaker was Dr.VIJAI SINGHAL, Chief Environmental Officer, Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board, Jaipur. He said that

    Why Reuse, Recycle?

    • Preserve non-renewal  natural resources-Less mining,

    • Reduce consumption of new materials and save energy

    • Reduce Environmental footprints

    • Decrease the amount of waste to be disposed-Save space, energy

    • It makes economic sense to reuse and recycle

    • Reduce green house gas emissions, help in preventing global warming and climate change.

    Types of Solid Waste

    • Hazardous Waste

    • Biomedical  waste

    • Municipal Waste

    • E-Waste

    • Plastic Waste

    • Agricultural Residue

    • Non-Hazardous Industrial Waste

    Seventh speaker was Rajshree Mathur,

    Told about the National Urban Sanitation Policy (MoUD, 2008) whose goals are

    • Sanitary and safe disposal of 100% of human excreta and liquid wastes through network-based sewerage systems .

    • Recycling and reuse of treated sewage for non-potable applications.

    • Proper treatment and disposal of sludge from onsite installations (septic tank, pit latrines, etc.).

    • Strengthening urban local bodies to provide sustainable sanitation services.

     Also briefed about Swacch Bharat Mission whose goals are

    • To make India Open-Defecation Free (ODF) by 2019 by making toilet facilities accessible to all;

    • To provide separate toilets for boys and girls in all schools by August 15, 2015;

    • To provide toilet facilities to all Anganwadis (courtyard shelters for children);

    • Innovative low-cost and user-friendly technologies to be pursued for Solid and Liquid Waste Management to keep villages clean.

    Eight speaker was Anand Lal Mathur

    Mentioned of the environmental complex problems

    1) Thoughts

    2) Energy

    3) Matter

    Explained the law of the nature, if we have consumed something then waste would be generated.

    Highlighted the importance of control resource consumption and waste generation.

    Primary wastes are of two types

    1) Natural

    2) Man made Secondary wastes

    3) Man induced natural (ex ground water quality deterioration due to excessive withdrawal of water)

    Environmental impacts

    1) Impacts of smart phone

    2) Impact of micro-plastics from effluent treatment plants

    Concept of Environment conservation 5R’s

     

    Ninth Speaker was Neelam Golccha, M.Tech Scholar, MNIT, Jaipur. She said that

    WHY TALK ABOUT IT TODAY?

    • Generation of waste in India is close to 52 million tones of trash annually (CPCB,2016).

    • Waste generation is increasing at a rate of 4% per annum.

    • Less than 15 per cent of urban India’s waste getting processed.

    • Landfill is considered as one of the most popular method of disposal of Municipal solid waste (MSW) in India.

     Tenth speaker was RK Vijayvargiya, On his behalf the Mr. Indrajeet Panchariya gave presentation on topic Smart Cities - Urban Governance & Management. He said that Urbanization -  a process in which an increasing proportion of a society live in cities and the suburbs of cities.

    What is a smart city?

    It’s defines “A SMART city as one wherein investments in human, social capital, traditional transport and modern (ICT) communication, infrastructure, sustainable economic development provides a high quality of life by engaging management of natural resources, through participatory action.”

    • There is no universally accepted definition of a Smart City. It means different things to different people.

    • The Conceptualization  of Smart City, varies from :

    • City to City and country to country,

    • Depends on the  level of development,

    • Willingness to change and reform,

    • Resources and aspirations of the city residents.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


  • Mechanical Department of the Institute is Organized National Conference on Quality & Automation in Industry – Make in India on 11.02. 2017 (Saturday)

  • Kautilya Institute of Technology

    Kautilya Institute of Technology & Engineering, Jaipur

    Department of Mechanical Engineering

    A Report on National Conference

     

    “Quality & Automation In Industry – Make In India (NCQAIMI-2017)”

     

    Venue: - Conference Hall, KITE, Jaipur                                            Date:11Th February 2017

     

    Inaugural Function

     

    All the guests are given Traditional Welcome with tilak and escorted to Conference hall.  Prof. BK Garg offered warm welcome to invited Dignitaries on Dais, by floral Welcome.,after welcome of Guests Lamp Lighting and Saraswati Vandana performed. Managing Director Er. C. K. Bafna delivered Welcome Address to all the guest and presented his vision for  development of students knowledge and skills in his welcome speech, Director(A&A) Prof. (Dr.) P. R. Sindhi told about the College,  Principal Prof. (Dr.) Dipak Ranjan gave speech about the Departments  &  conference, Guest of Honor Prof. (Dr.) Sanjay Jharkharia Addressed to the audience , than Guest of Honor Prof. (Dr.) G. S. Dangayach, Prof. (Dr.) Rohitashwa Shringi, Prof. (Dr.)Milind Kumar Sharma, and Chief Guest Prof. (Dr.) B.Singh addressed the audience ,   In the memory of the conference Mementos Presented to Dignitaries, At the end of the inaugural function Convener Prof. (Dr.) B.K.Garg conveyed Vote of Thanks to all for participation.

     

    Technical Session-I

    Prof. (Dr.) Rohitashwa Shringi Chaired the session and Prof. (Dr.) Milind Kr. Sharma joined him as a Co-Chairman.

    Key Note Lecture

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    Prof. (Dr.) Sanjay Jhakria presented Lecture for challenges he had faced in Quality and automation in industries. Within the modular structured smart factories, cyber-physical systems monitor physical processes, create a virtual copy of the physical world and make decentralized decisions.

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    Prof. (Dr.) G. S. Dangayach explained Sustainable automation by Design of human and industrial systems to ensure that humankind’s use of natural resources and cycles does not lead to diminished quality of life due either to losses in further economic opportunities or to adverse impacts on social conditions, human health and the environment

    Jitendra Mande

    Er. Jitendra Mande presented his lecture for revolution in quality and automation field i.e Industry 4.0, Industry 4.0 creates what has been called a "smart factory". He shared his experiences - how fit for purpose is important than extra material and features by giving example of increasing sale of bearings to electrical motor industries.

    Prof. (Dr.) N.N. Sharma told about recent developments in robotics field. He expresses his thought that use of technological development should be based on social need and use. In his recent development he has made artificial hand for amputed people and in another research he developed a robotic cage  to save the child fell down in bore well. Audience appreciated for his contribution  for social useful development by clapping.

    Session was concluded by Chairman Prof. (Dr.) Rohitashwa Shringi,

    Vote of Thanks by Er. O M Bunker

     

    Technical Session-II

    Chairman: Prof. (Dr.) NN Sharma,                              Co-Chairman: Er. Deepak Singh

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    Prof. (Dr.) Milind Kr. Sharma, Delivered his lecture on performance measurement, In Recent research the performance measurement is the bloodline of any business-operating unit irrespective of its size, operations and location. Indian enterprises are not exception of it. To operate business operations competitively in extremely volatile and unpredictable business environment; availability of right kind of performance metrics at right time has become a prerequisite for successful operations.

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    Prof. (Dr.) Rohitashwa Shringi, Presented lecture on Octree Automation technique used in CNC simulation and programming.

    Prof. (Dr.) D R Jana, Described the quality as some extra, and automation is technique of making an apparatus, a process, or a system operate automatically.” We define automation as "the creation and application of technology to monitor and control the production and delivery of products and services.”

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    Er Kundan Giri, told about Standardization in the field  of Industrial Automation Systems and Robotics. He explained various standards used in Automation and robotics

    Session was concluded by Chairman Prof. (Dr.) NN Sharma,

    Vote of Thanks by Prof. ( Dr). B.K. Garg


  • Deptt of Electrical, Electronics & CSE, KITE is organized a National Conference on “Role of Electrical, Electronics and Computer Technologies in Making Digital India” on Feb 18-19, 2017 in association with The IE (India), CSI & ISTE.

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    Downloads:

              REECMDI-2017 Conference Brochure

         

     


  • International Conference on Futuristic Trends in Computer and Electronics Engineering by Department of ECE, CSE & Physics on 11 April, 2015 at Kautilya Campus, Jaipur



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  • National Conference on Housing for All: Challenges and Affordable Solutions Organised by Department of Civil Engineering, Kautilya, Jaipur on 14 March, 2015 at Indralok Auditorium, Opposite Narayan Singh Circle, Tonk Road Jaipur

  • Kautilya Institute of Technology & Engineering

     

    A NATIONAL CONFERENCE

    on

    “HOUSING FOR ALL
    CHALLENGES & AFFORDABLE SOLUTIONS”

    [14th March, 2015]

     

    Organized by

    DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

     

    Convener: Er. S. D. Thanvi

    Co-convener: Er. Arun Singh Chouhan

     

    VENUE:

    Indralok Auditoium, Narayan Singh Circle, Tonk Road, Jaipur

     

    Inauguration

    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.

     
     

     

     


  • International Conference on Energy and Environment Organised by Department of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Kautilya, Jaipur in association with PHD Chamber and Institution of Engineers on 17-18 January 2015 at Kautilya Campus, Jaipur

  • 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.

     

     


  • Department of Civil Engineering, Kautilya, Jaipur was organized a National Level Workshop on INNOVATIONS, CHALLENGES & SUSTAINABILITY IN GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING (ICSGE-2014) On Saturday, April 19th, 2014

  • Kautilya Institute of Technology & Engineering

     

    A NATIONAL WORKSHOP

    on

    “INNOVATIONS, CHALLENGES AND SUSTAINAIBILITY

    IN

    GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING”

    [19th April, 2014]

    Organised by

    DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

     

    Convener: Dr. Neha Shrivastava

    Co-convener: Er. D. K. Sharma

     

    VENUE:

    CONFERENCE HALL

    KITE, JAIPUR

    A Report on National Workshop

     

    A national workshop on Innovation, challenges and sustainability in Geotechnical Engineering (ICSGE-2014) was organised by department of Civil Engineering of Kautilya Institute of Technology & Engineering on 19th April ’14 in Auditorium. The workshop was one of a class with a number of eminent speakers from the field of academics, industry and administration. There was a shower of knowledge since the commencement of workshop at 10:00 am to the conclusion at 5:00 pm. The breaks were also organised for the speakers and guests.
     

    INAUGURAL

    The workshop marked its beginning with the ‘Tilak ceremony’ and worshiping of goddess Saraswati. All the dignitaries were then welcomed by the host family by presenting them bouquet of flowers. As the floral ceremony concluded all the speakers and guests of honour were introduced to everyone. The workshop recorded a high foot step of a number of dignitaries. Er. C.K. Bafna, (M.D., KITE) gave the welcome speech and thanked all the speakers for giving their valuable time. The workshop was briefed by Dr.Neha Shrivastava, convenor (Assoc. Prof. Dept. of Civil Engg, KITE). Prof. P.R. Sindhi (HOD, Dept of Civil Engg., KITE) gave the brief about the latest achievements by the Dept of Civil Engg., KITE. The chief guest of the workshop was Sh. Mulkh Raj Jarangal, director GSI (Geological Survey of India). The guests of honour were Prof. M.R. Madhav (Visiting Professor, IIT, Hyderabad, Professor Emeritus, J.N.T.U, Hyderabad), Prof.Yudhbir (Former Prof. IIT Kanpur) and Er. Vishwas Jain (M.D. CEG, Jaipur). All the guests of honour addressed the audiences and wished Kautilya for its better future. Prof. M.R. Madhav appreciated the work of department and blessed all the active members. He also said that he liked the abbreviation of the institute i.e KITE and wished that kautilya will fly as a kite reach the heights. Er. Vishwas Jain visited college after a long time and appreciated the improvements in labs and other sectors.
    After this all the dignitaries were given memento as a token of memory. After presenting memento Er. D.K. Sharma (Assoc.Prof., Civil, KITE) gave the vote of thanks.

     

     

     

     

     

    Technical Session –I   

    The workshop consisted of two technical sessions.
    First technical session began at 11:30 am with the introduction of the chairperson Prof. M. Raisinghani and welcoming him on dais. The first lecture was delivered by a genius person Prof. M.R. Madhav (former Prof. IIT Kanpur). A man whose achievements and knowledge is likely to meet father of geotechnical engineering. He made everyone aware of the characterizations of ground. In his presentation he discussed the latest techniques used formprovement of ground like compaction grouting. He also shared his knowledge about characteristics of ground.
     

    “Visiting Professor, IIT, Hyderabad, Professor Emeritus, J.N.T.U, Hyderabad. Retired as Professor of Civil Engineering, IIT, Kanpur
    He was the President of IGS, and the Vice President of IS &GE,for Asia
    Currently the Vice President of the International Association of Lowland Technology
    received the prestigious Bharat Ratna M Visweswaraya Award by Government of Aandhra Pradesh & Institution of Engineers (I)
    delivered the most prestigious IGS-FerrocoTerzaghi Oration in 2010
    receivedGopalRanjan Research award of IIT, Roorkee in 2010 for Innovative and Outstanding Research and IGS-MS Jain Prize for Innovations in Piling.
    ReceivedVishwakarma Award for Academic Excellence from Construction Industry Development Council“

     

     

    “Worked for a year with Woodward-Clyde and Associates- Consulting Engineers & Geologists in California, USA,
    After that joined IIT Kanpur, where he was involved in teaching, research and consultancy in the Department of Civil Engineering .
    member of various professional institutions and societies, both national and international and was Vice-President of the Association of Geoscientists for International Development, AGID. For Asia.
    was visiting faculty at Yamaguchi university, and Kyushu university in Japan.
    Currently member of Panel of Experts-stability problems- for PipalkotiVishnugad Hydroelectric Project on Alaknanda being built by Tehri Hydro Development Corporation in Uttarakhand ”

     

     

    The next deliberation was given by another renowned personality Prof.Yudhbir (former Prof. IIT Kanpur). He told everyone how professional graduates in this fields should be trained and what are the challenges and reforms required in the training pattern in India. He extended his views on importance of slope investigation before construction of any structure at any place. He put forward appalling facts of negligence which if considered might have saved lives of hundreds during earthquakes, landslides and other natural calamities.

    Next in the sequence Prof. H.D. Charan(Prof.& Head, UCE, RTU, Kota)delivered lecture on fibre reinforced soil. His presentations cleared everyone about the technique and its relative suitability for present India. The deliberation was full on the methodology and the basic concept behind reinforcing the soil with fibres.

    “HOD civil engineering, Dean, faculty of Engineering and Architect, Rajastthan Technical University, Kota.
    AwardedKhosla Research Award in Years 1995 and 1996 from University of Roorkee,Roorkee.
    Published more than 50 research Papers in International and National journal and confrences.”


     

     

    All the three deliberations were full of knowledge and got an enthusiastic queries from the listeners. The session was then concluded by Prof. M. Raisinghani by briefing the session and thanking all the speakers for their time and knowledge. 

     

     

    Director, VIT, Jaipur




     

     

    An annual fest was organised by KITE in mid Feb this year, the student core committee members were also awarded a certificate of appreciation and a memento for their work.

    Technical Session 2nd
    This technical session after lunch break began with introduction of Prof. A.N. Arora (Professor Civil Engineering, KITE), the chairperson of the session and inviting him on the dais. The first deliberation was given by Prof. A.K. Dwivedi (UCE, RTU, Kota). Mitigating the impact of disaster and how to be better prepared for unseen disasters were the main aspects of his presentation. He also focussed on the relative measures to be taken while constructions which can minimise the impact.
    Next lecture was given by Dr. S.K. Tiwari(Assoc. Prof. MNIT, Jaipur). He shared his experience with everyone and discussed about the field related issues on importance of soil investigation and ground improvement.
    A student named Akash Dwivedi from Kota volunteered and gave a brilliant presentation on sustainability in geotechnical engineering. His efforts were congratulated by Prof.P.R. Sindhi (HoD, Civil Engineering, KITE). All the audiences praised him for his extraordinary findings and preparations.
    After him Mr. P. Srinivas Kumar (AGM-Design, CEC Int’l Corp India pvt. Ltd) briefed about the designs and construction practices related to JMRC tunnelling project between Chandpole and BadiChaupar for Jaipur Metro.
    Prof. M.R. Madhav shared his precious findings on geosynthetics in the last. Geosynthetics known as third revolution in civil engineering are very useful and environment friendly material. The use of this material is gaining importance in modern India. He covered each and everything from history and development of this material to properties and wide application of the same.
    After the deliberation of Prof. M.R. Madhav, Prof. A.N Arora concluded the session by briefing all the presentation. He then proposed the vote of thanks and thanked all the speakers and guest, convener, participants and all the listeners for their presence and making the function a great success.
     

     


  • Mechanical Deptt., Kautilya organized a National Conference On “Pollution Control in Industries” (PCI-2014) on April 14-15, 2014.

  • Kautilya Institute of Technology & Engineering

    Department of Mechanical Engineering

     

    In Association with IEI (RSC, Jaipur) & PHD Chambers

    A  NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON

     “POLLUTION CONTROL IN INDUSTRIES”

     PCI-2014 (APRIL, 14-15, 2014)

    A Report on National Conference

     

    Two days National Conference on “Pollution Control in Industries” has been organized by Department of Mechanical 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 14 & 15 April 2014. In this two days conference Eminent Speakers and Experts in the field of Pollution Control , Industrialists and Regulators and Policy maker bodies of our Government likeCentral Pollution Control Board (CPCB), Rajasthan pollution control board have participated. A systematic approach towards present activities under pollution control and possibilities in future work are highlighted in the conference.

    In the Inaugural session guests have been welcome by bouquet of flowers presentation. MD Er. C.K. Bafna of Kautilya has presented bouquet to Chief Guest Dr. D. N. Pandey . Principal KITE Prof. Dr. Rajesh Mathur presented boquet to Guest of honor Dr. B. Sen Gupta. HOD Mechanical Prof. Dr. B. K. Garg has presented bouquet to M. D. Er. C. K. Bafna and  Er. O.M. Bunkar has presented bouquet to Principal Prof. Dr. Rajesh Mathur. After the inaugural speech of all the guest and Principal, our MD has announced to conduct a 2 day Workshop on Pollution Control in October-2014, and at closing of inaugural session all the persons on Dias have presented momentous to make this conference memorable to them. Er. CK Bafna Gave the welcome speech, Principal stated about the conference and its objective, Chief Dr. Pandey spoken about the utilization of research work. Guest of Honor Dr. B. Sen Gupta told about ht e Gap between current legislation and future requirement engineer S. K. Calla told about the activity of Institution of Engineers. In the last Prof. B. K. Garg Highligted the details of Conference and placed the vote of thanks.

     

     

     

    First Technical Session :  Chaired by Prof. (Dr.) A.B. Gupta and Cochaired by prof AN Arora.

    In the first presentation, Current status of industrial pollution control in India has been discussed by DR. B. SENGUPTA, Former Member Secretary, Central Pollution Control Board.He has given effective presentation in which 9 major points effected by pollution were discussed, like major environmental acts/ Rules/Policy, municipal waste water (MWW), Health effects of waste water in India, Proposed action on (MWW), management of municipal solid waste (MSW),

    Dr. Gupta has touched some alerting figures as daily 1,20,000 Tonne per day (TPD) Municipal Solid Waste is generated, only 70% or the same is collected and only 5% is treated and disposed as per Municipal Solid Waste Management Rules.While  describing about fine Particulate matter (PM10 AND PM2.5) Management, he informed that 65 cities and town in India are generally exceeding the ambient air quality standards for PM10,-PM2.5.  According to CPCB Air quality monitoring data fine Particulate matter is causing serious health impact. In the proposed action on PM10/PM2.5 specifically fly ash management, Indian coal contains 34-47% ash. Ash generation from coal based power station is presently about 112 million tonnes per annum.  It is going to increase to 150 million tonnes per annum after commissioning of all coal based Thermal Power Stations by 2015. Then he cover the Hazardous waste management, Presently 8.14 million tonnes of hazardous wastes is generated from 29716 industries.  However, there are only 21 nos. of TSDF (Transport, Storage and Disposal Facility) exists, which is inadequate to handle all hazardous wastes. For BIO MEDICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT, Presently 20-30% of Bio-medical wastes is collected, segregated and treated as per Bio-medical Waste Management Rules. New challenge as E-WASTE MANAGEMENT: Presently more than 400,000 tonnes of E-waste is generated which may increase manifold in coming years.

     

    Next paper under the topic of “WASTE HEAT RECOVERY THEOUGH MICRO-TRIGENERATION” Presented by Prof.  S. L. Soni.

    In the presentation Prof. Soni have very informative discussion, In his presentation he discussed various Methods and technologies for recycling like Cooling technologies, Thermal energy storage, Alternate fuels in micro-tri generation systems,

    While describing COGENERATION  AND  TRIGENERATION, he has  impact of climate change led to a vision of long term sustainability, The environmental benefits offered by CCHP can meet CO2 emission reduction targets. Novel technologies as m-turbines, fuel cells, sterling engines, innovative absorption /adsorption chillers, dehumidifiers are emerging. They have promisingcharacteristics like low emissions, high efficiency and economy. He concluded his speech by mentioning Environmental and economic benefits, Tools and trends,

    Last topic of this session has taken by Er. Rakesh Aggarwal

    He spoke on the Real-time Measurement Technologies; in his speech he discussed Particulates matters and Ozone in Ambient Air, Health Impact of Fine Particles: Several studies have shown that with an increase of 25mg/m3 of PM2.5 in ambient air risk of death increases by 2 to 6%.

    Technical Session II

    Chaired By:  Prof. Dangayach and Co- chaiman Er. A. L. Mathur

    First b Presentation in the session is given by Er. Raman Agarwal, he discussed, Hard facts on Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) of India, 1.3 million people in India die because of indoor air pollution every year About 27.5 % of under-five mortality is because of indoor air pollution, 80% of women in India are affected by indoor air pollution,  Average indoor air pollution from particulates in India is 375 μg/m3. The WHO norm is 20 μg/m3, India does not have a norm for indoor air pollution and this is the time we have to think in this matter seriously.

    Next topic in this session was Water pollution control laws, spoke person Er. A, L. Mathur sir has discussed- in which he has explained about quality of water impact on living creatures and discuss importance of use of resources.

    Professor Dr. Govind Sharan Dangayach, Department of Mechanical Engineering, MNIT Jaipur , has shared his research work on Sustainable design, In his presentation he described Sustainable Design through Principles of Green Engineering, by explaining about Green Engineering, Design, discovery, and implementation, Molecules, products, processes, systems, Maximize Inherency, Maximize mass, energy, time, and space efficiency. He suggested to Create a universal language between designers at all scales leading to, Inherent, Innovative, Integrated, Interdisciplinary, systematic designs that consider environmental, economic, and social, criteria, the goal of sustainability.

    Last topic in this session is taken by Prof.Dr. Prashant Kumar Jamwal, Professor, RTU, Kota. He have the presentation on “The End of Waste: Zero waste by 2025”, in which topics are covered as Present Scenario, EFFECTS ON BIOSPHERE: Zero Waste : Aims to eliminate rather than “manage”waste.It is a whole system approach aiming for changing the way materials used in society for NO WASTE. On the part of suggestions he encouraged waste diversion through recycling and resource recovery, and a design philosophy for eliminating waste at source and at all points down the supply chain. At the closing he suggested THREE CORE PRINCIPLES, Principle One: End Cheap Waste Disposal, Principle Two: Design Waste Out of the System , Principle Three: Engage the Nation.

    On the 15th April,

    Technical session III: Chaired by Prof. A.N. Arora. And Co- Chaired By Prof. B. K. Garg.

    In this session Students and Faculty members has presented their topics, Prof. A.N. Arora presented paper on the topic of Air Pollution by Hot mix plants in Highway Construction. In his discussion he described Air Pollution is inextricably woven into the fabric of modern life. For development, if industrial processes keep producing hazardous emissions, engineers must effectively and economically remove pollutants before they reach to the atmosphere.  Large scale B/T road construction activities are going on like PMGSY and NHW development programme in the country. Use of The Hot mix Plants in these constructions is mandatory. This presentation has covered detail study of pollution by working of hot mix plants, existing pollution control devices, environment and health impacts and suggestions to minimize the pollutants. Details of the students topics are in annexure.

    Valedictory and Prize distribution session:  Guest of this session was  Prof. A.K. Mathur and Prof. A.K. Dwivedi, Both from RTU Kota (Came for College Inspection From RTU) and other Guest Er. M.L. Gupta From PHD  Chamber of Commerce and Industry and also Vice President Everest Industry India. In this session Er. Gupta Spoken About Mind Pollution where as Prof. Dwivedi spoken about the Denzer of Pollution. All the guest were welcome by College Principal Prof. Dr. Rajesh Mathur. In this session Prizes were also given to students achieved academic excellence.

     

    Then session concluded with Vote of Thanks By HOD Mechanical Prof. Dr. B. K. Garg and summarized by Organizing Secretary Er. Deepak Singh. This National conference has given opportunity to thinking for environment in aspects of technological development and design. This conference has successfully organized by hard work of mechanical engineering Faculty and staff,  other dept. of Kautilya Inst. of tech. and engineering and  IEI and PHD also help equally .


  • Department of Electrical Engineering was organized a National Conference entitled “Recent Advancement in power system engineering vision-2020” (RAPSE-2014) on 7th April 2014

  • Kautilya Institute of Technology & Engineering

    Department of Electrical Engineering

    In Association With

    The Institution of Engineers (India)

     

    A  NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON

     RECENT ADVANCEMENTS IN

    POWER SYSTEM ENGINEERING, VISION-2020

    (RAPSE-2014)

     

    7th April, 2014

     

    Convener: Prof. (Dr.) Mool Singh

     

    VENUE:

    CONFERENCE HALL

    KITE, JAIPUR

     

    A Report on National Conference

     

    Inaugural Function(8.30 AM to 10.30 AM)

    Department of Electrical Engineering, Kautilya Institute of Technology & Engineering, Jaipur has organized a splendor one day National Conference in association with The Institution of Engineers (India) on ‘Recent Advancements in Power System Engineering, Vision-2020’ on 7th April, 2014.

    The Chief Guest of conference was Prof.(Dr.) D. P. Kothari (Ex-Director, IIT, Delhi). Prof.(Dr.) A. P. Mittal (Head, Dept. of E&IC, NSIT, Delhi), Dr. Avdhesh Sharma (Prof. Dept. of EE, MBM Engg. College Jodhpur) and Er. M. B. Mathur (Additional General Manager, REIL, Jaipur) were invited as Guest of Honor. Some other special guests Prof. (Dr.) R. L. Godara (VC, NGU, Gujrat), Prof. (Dr.) S. K. Call (Chairman, IEI, Jaipur), Er. N. C. Sharma (Retd., Chief Engineer, JVVNL), Er. N. K. Pandey (Ex-Director, JVVNL), Er. K. N. Sharma (Retd., SE, JVVNL) and Er. Rajendra Pathak (Retd., Chief Engineer, RVVNL) were also present in the conference.

    Registration of delegates/participants was started at 8:30 am. As Indian Cultural, Inaugural function was started with “Deep Prajjavlan” by chief guest and other guests. Chief Guest and Guests were warmly welcomed by Sh. C. K. Bafna (Managing Director, KITE), Prof. (Dr.) Rajesh Mathur (Principal KITE), Prof. (Dr.) Mool Singh (HOD of Electrical Engg. Deptt., KITE, Jaipur).

    After floral welcome of Chief Guest and Presented Guests, Er. C. K. Bafna (Managing Director, KITE), addressed about the college, Prof. (Dr.) Rajesh Mathur (Principal KITE) gave a detailed introduction of the conference. Dr. S. K. Calla (Chairman, IEI) also give brief information about the activities of Institution of Engineers (India). He told the role of IEI in this conference and mentioned about Government policies and National Tariff Policies.

    Special Guest Prof. R. L. Godara in his message told about the natural power, Guest of Honor Dr. Avdhesh Sharma in his message told the audience about the recent developments in the field of power system engineering, Prof. (Dr.) A. P. Mittal and Sh. M. B. Mathur gave his precious speech about Power System. Then Chief Guest of the Conference Prof. (Dr.) D. P. Kothari addressed the conference and told the recent advancements in power system engineering.

    To make the inauguration function of conference memorable, mementos were presented to Dignitaries. Second issue of the departmental newsletter "WAVE (Vol.3)" was released by the dignitaries present on the dias in the inauguration function. Vote of thanks was given by Prof. (Dr.) Mool Singh.

     

     

     

     

    Technical Session –I   (11.00AM to 1.30PM)

    First Technical Session was started at 11:30 A.M. in the seminar hall. First Keynote Speaker was Prof.(Dr.) D. P. Kothari. He gave very precious and crisp technical knowledge about Advancements in Power System Engineering. He explained the role, scope, current scenario and future prospects of Power System.

     

     

    Second Keynote Speaker was Prof. (Dr.) Avdhesh Sharma. He explained about Smart Grid Technology in Power System. He also discussed about Voltage Control in Transmission & Distribution System. In the end, vote of thanks was given by Er. Sunil Kumar Yadav (Asst. Prof., Dept. of EE).

      

    Technical Session – II   (02.00 PM to 04.00 PM)

    Second technical session was started at 02.00PM.. Prof. (Dr.) A.P. Mittal (Head Dept. E&CI, NSIT, Delhi) explained the Importance of Power Electronics in Power System in detail.

    For Paper presentation in this conference so many papers were received, 45 papers of them were shortlisted and 05 papers presented in this session by various Academicians, research scholars, and industrial Experts and Students from various institutions/Universities.

    S.No.

    Name  of Topic

    Author Name

    1

    Image enhancement technology using MATLAB

    Ms. Anvita Priya

    Ms. Neha Rani

    2

    A Review on Reactive Power Compensation Techniques using FACTS Devices

    Mr. Vivek Soni

    Mr. Jaidev Singh Jodha

    3

    Blackout Mitigation Assessment: Distributed Generation & Smart Grid

    Mr. Amit Kumar Pandey

    Mr. Anand Kumar

    4

    A Hybrid Method for Islanding in Distribution                Network                       

    Mr. Milin Nagpure

    Mr. Deepanshu Gupta

    5

    Climate Change and Changing Dimensions of Renewable Energy Policy in India

    Mr. Prashant Kumar

    Ms. Ritula Thakur

     

    The main focus of papers was recent advancements in power system Engineering – Overview, development and power quality and social impact & present scenario.

     In last of this session, Vote of thanks was given by Er. Deepak Sharma (Asst. Prof., Dept. of EE).

     

    Technical Session – III   (4.20PM to 5.30 PM)

    In this session 16 papers presented by various Academicians, research scholars, and industrial Experts and Students from various institutions/Universities.

    S.No.

    Name  of Topic

    Author Name

    1

    Modeling & Simulation of a solar photovoltaic system

    Mr. Ramesh Kumar

    Mr. Hemant

    2

    An integrated renewable energy system field testing and process simulation for energy flexibility

    Mr. Prashant Kumar

    Mr. Snehil Mishra

    3

    Hybrid solar-wind energy system

    Mr. Ravish Mittal

    Ms. Suprabha Sharma

    4

    Performance of DPFC

     

    Mr. Roop Singh Meena

    Mr. Omprakash Meena

    5

    An overview of Millimeter wave micro wave tera Hz wave based on band pass filter

    Ms. Sweeti Kumari

    6

    Sensor fusion in defence and security

    Mr. Divyam Jain

    Ms. Priyanka Modi

    7

    Online Electric Vehicle

    Ms. Priyanka Joshi

    Mr. Amit Sharma

    8

    Lab view based temperature control using PID

    Mr. Narendra Singh Jakhar

    Mr. Narayan Singh

    9

    Current scenario of Renewable energy sources

    Mr. Yogendra Singh

    10

    Solar energy utilization for geographical explosions

    Mr. Md. Abdul Waheed

    Mr. Jitesh Gupta

    11

    Gi-Fi Technology

    Mr. Dharamraj Meena

    Ms. Kajal Rani

    12

    Frugal Engineering

    Ms. Komal Shree

    Ms. Vaishali Singh

    13

    Grid Grid Energy Storage Techniques For Power System

     

    Ms. Richa Choudhary

    14

    Future of Solar in India

    Mr. Vikash Jangir

    15

    Reduction of Supply-Demand Gap In Electrical Power Through Micro Grid Concept

    Mr. Raman Kumar Mandal

    16

    Performance Analysis of Three-Level Inverter Based SVPWM And SPWM Fed Induction Motor Drive with Varying Load

     

    Mr. Ganesh P Prajapat

    Mr. Ravindra Kumar

     

    At end of third and last technical session, vote of thanks was given by Er. Kshetrapal Mudgal (Asst. Prof., Dept. of EE)

      

    Valedictory Function (5.30PM to 6.00 PM)

    In valedictory function Sh. Laxmikant Sharma (Registrar, KITE, Jaipur) was Chief Guest and Dr. Pushpendra Singh (Asso. Prof. Dept. of EE, JECRC, Jaipur) was Guest of Honor.

    After warm welcome of guests, a summary of all technical sessions was presented by Er. Sunil Kumar Yadav. Certificates were distributed to Participants of Paper Presentations by Chief Guest and Guest of Honor.

     

    Then Chief Guest of the Valedictory Function Sh. Laxmikant Sharma addressed the participants by motivational speech. In the end vote of thanks was given by Prof. (Dr.) Mool Singh

     


  • CSE & ECE Depptt, Kautilya organized an International Conference on “Futuristic Trends in Computer and Electronics Engineering” (FTCEE-2014) on 22nd March 2014

  •   

    Kautilya Institute of Technology & Engineering

     

    International Conference Report

     “Future Trends in Computer & Electronics Engineering”

    FTCEE-14

     

    22 March 2014

    Convener - Mr.Sandeep Toshniwal (HOD, ECE)

    Co-convener –Mr. Sakar Gupta (ECE)/ Mr. Chetan Kumar (CSE)

    Organizing Secretary- Mr. Anirudh Sharma (ECE)/ Mr. R.L.Yadav (CSE)

    Chief Editor – Dr. Vijay Kumar (HOD, CSE)

       

    One Day International Conference on “Future Trends in Computer & Electronics Engineering” was held on 22nd March 2014 at Conference Hall Kautilya institute of Technology and  Engineering, Jaipur, It was inaugurated by  Chief Guest Dr. Damodar Sharma, Founder VC, RTU, Kota attended by Guest of Honour, Dr. R.P.Yadav, Ex-VC, RTU, Kota, and Dr. Ram Singh, USA  . All the learned guests were welcome by College Managing Director Er. C.K Bafna & college introduction and detailing about the conference was given by principal Prof.(Dr.) Rajesh Mathur . All were felicitated by presenting bouquet & programme started with the prayer of Goddess SARSWATI. Chief Guest & other Key Speaker highlighted the importance of Conference, particularly on Future Trends in Computer & Electronics Engineering”.  In the end of session Chief Guest & other key speaker were presented Memento.  Inaugural session was ended by vote of thanks by Mr. Sandeep Toshniwal, convener of the conference.

    After tea break, Technical session I started, which was chaired by Dr. Om Prakash Sangwan. Dr. R.P.Yadav gave the technical deliberation on recent advancements in communication. Prof. Deepak Bhatnagar detailed about the Microwave hazards for human being, Dr. Pradeep Tomar elaborated the advancement in computer technologies. The chairman of the session summarizes the deliberations and session ended with vote of thanks by Mr. Sakar Gupta.

    After the lunch break, technical session II started which was chaired by Dr. Pradeep Tomar. Key speaker was Dr. Kanad Ray, JKLU, Jaipur detailed about wireless communication in human brain. And also, Dr. Om Prakash Sangwan detailed about cloud computing technology.  About seventy papers were entertained from students, research scholars and faculties from Kautilya college, other colleges(across the country). Few of them were presented in this session. Then the session was concluded by chairman and the vote of thanks was delivered by Mr. Chetan Kumar.

    After the evening tea break Technical session III was started with Poster Session in which 35 posters were presented in another Hall, and was judged by Dr. Ashok Sihag, Dr. Arun Solanki and Mr. Chetan Kumar. This Session was chaired Dr. Om Prakash Saaran. The best poster was facilitated by the prize given by Mr. Chetan Kumar and Chairman of the session summarize the deliberations and session ended with vote of thanks by Mr. R.L.Yadav.

    Lastly in valedictory session started, vote of thanks was given by Er. Anirudh Sharma.

     

    CONCLUSION-

    It was a perfect blend of Academician, Researcher, Govt. regulator and the industry. Advances in Computers & Electronics Engineering were discussed in contrast to academics, industry and researchers.

     


  • Department of Civil Engineering, KITE & Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) is organised a National Conference on Urban Mobility and Road Safety (UMRS-2013) On Saturday, 6th APRIL 2013 at Indralok Auditorium, Narayan Singh Circle, Jaipur, Rajasthan

  • KAUTILYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY &

    ENGINEERING, JAIPUR

     

    Conference Report

     

    Of

     

    Urban Mobility and Road Safety

    (UMRS-2013)

     

    Saturday, 6th APRIL 2013

     

    Organized By

     

    Jaipur Development Authority

     

     

    Department of Civil Engineering

    Kautilya Institute of Technology & Engineering

    ISI-16, RIICO Institutional Area, Kautilya

    Circle, Sitapura, Jaipur

    Ph.: 0141-2174351, 2770364  Fax 0141-2770199

    Email: aicc2013@kautilya.net, info@kautilya.net

    Website: www.kautilya.net

       

    VENUE

    Indralok Auditorium,

    Narayan Singh Circle, Jaipur

     

     

    A National Conference on “Urban Mobility and Road Safety” was organized by the Institute jointly with Jaipur Development Authority on 6th April, 2013. Sh. Mahesh Joshi, Member of Parliament, Jaipur was the Chief Guest of the function and presided by Sh. S.K. Lohia, OSD & Ex-Officio, Joint Secretary, Urban Transport, Government Of India. Sh. Kuldeep Ranka, I.A.S. deliberated on projects undertaken by Jaipur Development Authority & future vision of Jaipur Development Authority about Sustainable Mobility & Road Safety in Jaipur City. Eminent Speakers of the country in the field of Urban Transport, Prof. S.K. Dhingraa, IIT, Bombay, Sh. B.I. Singhal, D.G., IUT, Ms. Shreya Gaddapali, Regional Director, ITDP, Er. Vinoba Singh, CEO, TTIC & many others shared their experiences in the conference with about 300 delegates from JDA, field Engineers, Town Planners, Researchers, NGO’s, Traffic Wardens’ and U.G. & P.G. engineering students from various institutions. A souvenir on proceedings of the conference was released in inaugural session of the conference. The Conference was a great success.

      


  • Department of Computer Science & Engineering and I.T., KITE is organised a National Conference on Advancements in Information, Computer & Communication (AICC -2013) on 23rd March 2013

  • KAUTILYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY &

    ENGINEERING, JAIPUR

     

    Conference Report

     

    Of

     

    Advancements in Information, Computer and Communication 

    23rd  March, 2013

     

    Organized by

    COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGINEERING & IT DEPARTMENT

    KAUTILYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING

    JAIPUR

       

    VENUE

    CONFERENCE HALL

    KITE, JAIPUR

     

    Inaugural Function

     

    Department of COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGINEERING & IT DEPARTMENT, Kautilya Institute of Technology & Engineering, Jaipur has organized a splendor one day National Conference on Advancements in Information, Computer and Communication “on 23rd  March 2013. This Conference was technically sponsored by The Institution of Engineers (India), Computer Society of India (CSI), and ISTE.

    The Chief Guest of conference was Prof. (Dr.)M.C. Govil (MNIT, presently Principal of Women’s Govt. Engg. College, Ajmer). Dr. Pradeep Tomar (Associate Prof. GBU Noida, U.P.), Dr. Rishipal Singh Poonia (Associate Prof. Govt. Engg. College Hisar Haryana), Dr. Rahul Raj Choudhary (Associate Prof. Govt. Engg. College Bikaner, Raj.), Dr. Nithul Dutta (Associate Prof. Sikkim Manipal University, Gangtok) were invited as Guest of Honor. Some other special guests Associate Prof. Dr. S.S. Yadav  were also present in the conference.

    Registration of delegates/participates was started at 8:30 am. As Indian Cultural, Inaugural function was started with “Deep Prajjavlan” by chief guest and guest of honor and “Saraswati Vandana” by KITE Electrical Engg. Students. Chief Guest and Guests of Honor were warmly welcomed by Sh. C. K. Bafna (Managing Director), Prof. (Dr.) S. Durgaa Prosad (Principal KITE), Dr. Vijay Kumar (HOD of Computer Science Engg. Deptt., KITE, Jaipur) and Er. Chetan Kumar (HOD of IT Deptt., KITE, Jaipur)

    After floral welcome of Chief Guest and Guests of Honor, conference was addressed by Sh. C. K. Bafna (Managing Director). He told the audience about the role of this conference on Advancements in Information, Computer and Communication “ in the present scenario and gave thanks to all the delegates to join the conference. Prof. (Dr.) S. Durgaa Prosad (Principal KITE) gave a detailed introduction of the institute and told about the conference in brief.

    Guest of Honor Dr. Pradeep Tomar (Associate Prof. GBU Noida, U.P.)  in his message told the audience about the recent developments in the field of IT Industry, Then Chief Guest of the Conference Prof. (Dr.) M.C. Govil (MNIT, presently Principal of Women’s Govt. Engg. College, Ajmer) gave his precious speech about the gap between Engineering Institutes and Industry. He also discussed about the recent trends of IT Industry.

    To make the inauguration function of conference memorable, mementos were presented to Dignitaries. First Souvenir  about this conference was released by the dignitaries present on the Dias in the inauguration function. Vote of thanks was given by Er. Chetan Kumar (HOD of IT Deptt., KITE, Jaipur).

     

     

    Technical Session –I   (11.30AM to 2.00PM)

                                                                    

    First Technical Session was started at 11:30 A.M. in the conference room. Dr. Nithul Dutta (Associate Prof. Sikkim Manipal University, Gangtok) was Chairman and Associate prof. Dr. S.S. Yadav was Co- Chairman for this session.

    First Keynote Speaker was Dr. Rahul Raj Choudhary (Associate Prof. Govt. Engg. College Bikaner, Raj.). He gave very precious and crisp technical speech about Software Testing Methods of Modern Processors. He explained the role, scope, current scenario and future prospects of Software Testing.  

     Second Keynote Speaker was Dr. Rishipal Singh Poonia. He discussed about the MACA- BIT. He also discussed about the various research areas for MTech Students After Key Note Speeches, Session was addressed by Co- Chairman and Chairman. They also support the views of Dr. Rahul Raj Choudhary and Dr. Rishipal Singh Poonia. In the end, vote of thanks was given by Er. Chetan Kumar, HOD IT, KITE.

     

     

    Technical Session – II   (2.45 PM to 4.00 PM)

    Second technical session was started at 2.45P.M.. Dr. Rishipal Singh Poonia and Dr. Dr. Rahul Raj Choudhary were Chairman and Co- Chairman in this session.

    First Keynote Speaker of this Session was Dr. Nithul Dutta (Associate Prof. Sikkim Manipal University, Gangtok) He explained the Contingent Network in detail. He also Discussed about the intelligent networking.

     Second Speaker was Prateek Diwan. He gave his technical speech about Emailing Issues.

        

    Technical Session – III and Valedictory Function

      (4.15 PM to 5.30 PM)

     

    In this session Er. Ramlal Yadav, Deptt. of CSE, was Chairman and Er. Vishnu Dhakar was Co - Chairman.

    For Paper presentation in this conference so many papers were received, 145 papers of them were shortlisted and 12 papers presented by various Academicians, research scholars, and industrial Experts and Students from various institutions/Universities.

    The main focus of papers was recent advancements in Information and Computing. Discussed about the advance technologies in computer engineering, software engineering, and IT sector .

    After warm welcome of guests, a summary of all technical sessions was presented by Mr. Ram Lal Yadav. Certificates were distributed to Participants of Paper Presentations by Chief Guest and Guest of Honor.

    In the end vote of thanks was given by Er. Chetan Kumar (HOD IT Deptt., KITE, Jaipur).

      

     

     


  • Department of Electrical Engineering , KITE is organized a National Conference on Recent Trends in Power System Operation and Control (RPSOC-2013) on 2nd March, 2013

  • KAUTILYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING, JAIPUR

     

    Conference Report

     

    Of

     

    RECENT TRENDS IN POWER SYSTEM OPERATION & CONTROL

     

    2nd March, 2013

     

    Organized by

    ELECTRICL ENGINERING DEPARTMENT

    KAUTILYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING

    JAIPUR

     

      

    VENUE

    CONFERENCE HALL

    KITE, JAIPUR

     

    Inaugural Function

     

    Department of Electrical Engineering, Kautilya Institute of Technology & Engineering, Jaipur has organized a splendor one day National Conference on ‘Recent Trends in Power System Operation & Control’ on 2nd March 2013. This Conference was technically sponsored by Institution of Engineers, (India) & ISTE.

    The Chief Guest of conference was Dr. S. K. Agarwal (Executive Director (T&D), Power Grid, Gurgaon). Sh. B. N. Saini (Director (Tech.), RVPNL, Jaipur), Prof. (Dr.) C. M. Arora (Ex-Prof., Deptt. of EE, MNIT, Jaipur), Dr. D. K. Birla (Asso. Prof. Deptt. of EE, UCE, KOTA) and Dr. Rohit Bhakar  (Asst. Prof. of Electrical Engg. Deptt., MNIT, Jaipur) were invited as Guest of Honor. Some other special guests Prof. (Dr.) S.C. Agarwal (Ex-Director MNIT, Jaipur) and Dr. H. P. Tiwari (Asso. Prof. of Electrical Engg. Deptt. MNIT) were also present in the conference.

    Registration of delegates/participates was started at 8:30 am. As Indian Cultural, Inaugural function was started with “Deep Prajjavlan” by chief guest and guest of honor and “Saraswati Vandana” by KITE Electrical Engg. Students. Chief Guest and Guests of Honor were warmly welcomed by Sh. C. K. Bafna (Managing Director), Prof. (Dr.) S. Durgaa Prosad (Principal KITE), Er. Sudhanshu Gupta (HOD of Electrical Engg. Deptt., KITE, Jaipur) and Er. Dhanraj Chitara (Asso. Prof. of Electrical Engg. Deptt., KITE, Jaipur)

    After floral welcome of Chief Guest and Guests of Honor, conference was addressed by Sh. C. K. Bafna (Managing Director). He told the audience about the role of this conference on “Recent trends in Power System Operation and Control” in the present scenario and gave thanks to all the delegates to join the conference. Prof. (Dr.) S. Durgaa Prosad (Principal KITE) gave a detailed introduction of the institute and told about the conference in brief. Dr. S. K. Calla (Chairman, IEI & Principal, SKIT) also addressed the Conference and give a brief information about the activities of Institute of Engineers. He told the role of IEI in this conference and mentioned about Government policies and National Tariff Policies.

    Guest of Honor Sh. B. N. Saini (Director (Tech.), RVPNL, Jaipur),  in his message told the audience about the recent developments in the field of power system, Prof. (Dr.) C. M. Arora (Ex-Prof., Deptt. of EE, MNIT, Jaipur) gave his precious speech about Losses in Distribution System. Then Chief Guest of the Conference Dr. S. K. Agarwal (Executive Director (T&D), Power Grid, Gurgaon) addressed the conference and told the importance of control in the field of power system.

    To make the inauguration function of conference memorable, mementos were presented to Dignitaries. Second issue of the departmental newsletter "WAVE" was released by the dignitaries present on the dias in the inauguration function. Vote of thanks was given by Er. Sudhanshu Gupta (HOD of Electrical Engg. Deptt., KITE, Jaipur).

     

     

     

    Technical Session –I   (11.00AM to 1.30PM)

                                                                    

    First Technical Session was started at 11:30 A.M. in the conference room. Dr S. K. Calla (Chairman, IEI & Principal, SKIT) was Chairman and Sh. Y. K. Raizada (RVPNL Director (Tech.) was Co- Chairman for this session.

    First Keynote Speaker was Dr. S. K. Agarwal. He gave very precious and crisp technical speech about Recent Trends in Power System Operation & its Control. He explained the role, scope, current scenario and future prospects of Transmission System. He also covered High Voltage Transmission Line (1200 KV).  

     Second Keynote Speaker was Sh. B. N. Saini. He mentioned about Insulation levels of various devices present in Power System. He also discussed about Voltage Control in Transmission & Distribution System. After Key Note Speeches, Session was addressed by Co- Chairman and Chairman. They also support the views of Dr. S. K. Agarwal and Sh. B. N. Saini. In the end, vote of thanks was given by Er. Sunil Kumar Yadav, Asst. Prof. Dept. of EE, KITE.

     

     

     

                 Technical Session – II   (2.00 PM to 4.00 PM)

    Second technical session was started at 2.00P.M.. Prof. (Dr.) S.C. Agarwal (Ex-Director MNIT, Jaipur) and Dr. S. K. Agarwal (Executive Director (T&D), Power Grid, Gurgaon) were Chairman and Co- Chairman in this session.

    First Keynote Speaker of this Session was Prof. C. M. Arora. He explained the Losses occurred in Distribution System in detail.

     Second Keynote Speaker was Prof. Dr. D. K. Birla. He gave his technical speech about Protective Relays.

    Third Keynote Speaker was Prof.  Rohit Bhakar. He gave his views on Restructuring of Power System. Then session was addressed by Co- Chairman and Chairman. They put their views about this session. In last of this session, Vote of thanks was given by Er. R. K. Meena, Asso. Prof. Dept. of EE, KITE.

        

    Technical Session – III   (4.15 PM to 6.00 PM)

     

    In this session Prof. (Dr.) C. M. Arora (Ex-Prof., Deptt. of EE, MNIT, Jaipur) was Chairman and Dr. H. P. Tiwari (Asso. Prof. of Electrical Engg. Deptt., MNIT, Jaipur) was Co - Chairman.

    For Paper presentation in this conference so many papers were received, 40 papers of them were shortlisted and 15 papers presented by various Academicians, research scholars, and industrial Experts and Students from various institutions/Universities.

    The main focus of papers was recent advancements in operation & control of power system – Overview, development and power quality and social impact & present scenario.

    This session was addressed by Co- Chairman and Chairman. At end of third and last technical session, vote of thanks was given by Er. Sushma Lohia.

     

     

     

    Valedictory Function

    In valedictory function Prof. S.C. Agarwal (Ex-Director MNIT, Jaipur) was Chief Guest and Prof. (Dr.) C. M. Arora (Prof. of Electrical Engg. Deptt., MNIT, Jaipur) was Guest of Honor.

    After warm welcome of guests, a summary of all technical sessions was presented by Er. Sunil Kumar Yadav. Certificates were distributed to Participants of Paper Presentations by Chief Guest and Guest of Honor.

    In the end vote of thanks was given by Er. Dhanraj Chitara (Asso. Prof. of Electrical Engg. Deptt., KITE, Jaipur).

     

     


  • Department of Electronics & Comm. Engineering , KITE is organised a National Conference on Emerging Trends in Wireless, Optical & Nano-Technologies (ET WON - 2013) on 23rd February 2013

  •  

    KAUTILYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING, JAIPUR

     

    Conference Report

     

     “Emerging Trends in Wireless, Optical & NanoTechnology”

    ETWON-13

     

    23rd  Feb 2013

     

    Convener -  Mr.Sandeep Toshniwal(HOD, ECE)

    Co-convener – Dr.Vishal Mathur(HOD, Engg. Physics)/Mr.Sakar Gupta (ECE)

    Organizing Secretary- Mr.Anirudh Sharma (ECE)

     

     

    One Day National Conference on “Emerging Trends in Wireless, Optical & Nanotechnology” was held on 23rd Feb.2013 at Conference Hall Kautilya institute of Technology and  Engineering, Jaipur, It was inaugurated by  Chief Guest Mr.A.K.Jain, MD, REIL, Jaipur attended by Guest of Honour, Mr. O.P.Rajpurohit, Technical Director, DDK, Jaipur, and Prof.(Dr.) N.S.Saxena. All  the learned guests were welcome by College Managing  Director  Er. C.K Bafna & college introduction  was given by college Executive Director Ar. Piyush Dhinggra. Detailing about the conference was given by principal Prof.(Dr.) S Durgaa Prosad. All were felicitated by presenting bouquet & programme started  with the prayer of Goddess SARSWATI. Chief Guest & other Key Speaker highlighted the importance of Conference, particularly on “Emerging Trends in Wireless, Optical and Nanotechnology”.  In the end of session Chief Guest & other key speaker were presented Memento.  Inaugural session was ended by vote of thanks by Mr.Sandeep Toshniwal, convener of the conference.

    After tea break, Technical session I started ,which was chaired by Prof. N.S.Saxena and co chaired by Prof. Arun Pratap . Prof. Deepak Bhatnagar gave the technical deliberation on Microwave Hazards on Human being. Prof. P.Preedeep detailed about the Solar cells development in the country, Mr. Deepak Dave, Manager, Aircel elaborated the generations of the mobile communication. The chairman & Co-chair person of the session summarize the deliberations and session ended with vote of thanks by Mr.Anirudh Sharma.

    After the lunch break, technical session II started which was chaired by Prof. P.Preedeep. Key speaker was Prof. Arun Pratap delivered his speech on Nano materials. Dr. Kanad Ray,JKLU, Jaipur detailed about wireless communication in human brain.  About seventy papers were entertained from students, research scholars and faculties from Kautilya college, other colleges (across the country). Few of them were presented in this session. Then the session was concluded by chairman and the vote of thanks was delivered by Mr.Sakar Gupta.

    After the evening tea break Technical session III  was started with Poster Session in which 35 posters were presented in another Hall, and was judged by Prof. P.Preedeep, Prof.Arun Pratap and Prof.S. Durgaa Prosad. This Session was  was chaired by Prof. S Durgaa Prosad, Principal. The best poster was facilitated by the prize given by Prof.S.Durga Prosafd and Chairman of the session summarize the deliberations and session ended with vote of thanks by Ms.Arti Sharma.

    Lastly in valedictory session started, Dr.Sandhya Gupta summarizes the complete day deliberations. Principal Prof. S Durga Prosad distributed the certificate to the participant and in the last vote of thanks was given by Dr.Vishal Mathur.

    CONCLUSION-

    It was a perfect blend of Academician, Researcher, Govt. regulator and the industry. Advances in Wireless, optical and nanotechnology was discussed in contrast to academics, industry and researchers.

     

      

      

     


  • Department of Mechanical Engineering , KITE is organized a Conference on Advancement in Automobile Engineering on Saturday 16, Feb 2013

  • KAUTILYA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING,JAIPUR

    Conference Report

    16 Feb 2013

    Advancement in Automobile Engineering

    Convener -  Prof. (Dr.) BK Garg(Dean Mechanical)

    Co-convener – Er. O.M. Bunker (HOD Mechanical Engineering)

     

     

    As per schedule ONE DAY NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON Advancement in Automobile Engineering was held on 16th Feb.2013 at Conference Hall Kautilya institute of Technology and  Engineering, Jaipur, It was inaugurated by  Chief Guest Prof. Pramod SMehta, a Professor in IIT Madras and former Director NIT Ludhiyana & attended by Guest of Honour  Prof. AK. Agrawal from IIT Kanpur,Er. Lakhinder singh Head Technology Swarj Mazda Chandigarh. ,Dr. Naveen Gautam ,Managing Director, Hella India Gurgaon ,  and Ms. Pamela Tikku Sr. GM, ICAT Maneser was also there to grace the Occasion  . All were welcome by College Managing  Director  Er. C.K Bafna & college introduction  was given by college Executive Director Ar. Piyush Dhinggra. Detailing about the conference was given by Prof.(Dr.) S Durgga Prosad, our Principal.  All were felicitated by presenting bouquet & programme started  with the prayer of Goddess SARSWATI. Chief Guest & other Key Speaker highlighted the importance of Conference, particularly on “Advancement in Automobile Engineering”.  In the end of session Chief Guest & other key speaker were presented Memento.  Inaugural session was ended by vote of thanks by Prof. B K Garg, convener of the conference.

    After inaugural session All the dignitaries Visited the poster room, where around 20 posters were displayed, showing the   latest  development in automobile industry. Student has also shown the car on water & land with air cushion .All the dignitaries gone through the posters and suggested their views.

    After tea break, Technical session I started ,which was chaired by Prof. P S Mehta and co chaired by Prof. N C Bhandari . Prof. A K Agarwal gave the technical deliberation on Role of Engine Technology& alternate fuel in Environment preservation. was Ms Pamela Tikku  Sr. GM, International center of automotive technology Manesar ,gave presentation  was on the Automotive trends & regulations. Prof. P S Mehta chairman of the session summarize the deliberations and session ended with vote of thanks by Head Mechanical Er. OM Bunkar.

    After the lunch break , technical session II started which was chaired by Er. Lakhinder Singh and co chaired by  Prof.B K Garg . Key speaker was Dr. Naveeen  Gautam  Managing Director of Hella India Automotive Pvt. Ltd. Gurgaon And his presentation  was on the topic Use of Mechatronics in Automobiles – current trends and innovations Reverse innovation - enablers and opportunities in auto industry.He has told that now a days sensor based vehicles have been developed,which sensers alcohol breath, drowsiness, lane crossing without giving signal, auto stop on traffic lights etc.  Er. Lakhinder singh shared his working experience,that how he has converted Swraj Mazda from Diesel to CNG,he has also told to students that Industry need fresher with good knowledge,experience not necessary all thr time. Prof. P S Mehta  gave the technical deliberation on Cart to car. Chairman of the session summarize the deliberations and session ended with vote of thanks by Mr. O M Bunkar HOD Mechnical.

    After the evening tea break Technical session III started which was chaired by Prof. S Durgaa Prosad, Principal and co chaired by  Er.R K Agarwal  .Participant from all over the India presented their Papers. Prof. S Durga Prosad, Principal  and Chairman of the session summarize the deliberations and session ended with vote of thanks by Er. R Mahawar.

    Lastly valedictory session started, which was chaired by Prof. S Durga Prosad, Principal. Er. R K Agarwal Summarise the whole day deliberations.College Principal Prof. S Durga Prosad distributed the certificate to the participant and in the last vote of thanks was  given by Prof. B K Garg.

    CONCLUSION-

    It was a perfect blend of Academician, Researcher, Govt. regulator  and Field Engineer. Prof. Mehta & Prof. Agarwal from IIT Madras & IIT Kanpur represented the academician, Er. Lakhinder singhrepresented the industry, Dr. Gautam,a researcher, And Ms Tikku,presented ,the Govt. rules & regulation,hece all the areas were properly represented.

     

     

     

     


  • National Workshop on “Road Infrastructure & Traffic Planning in Jaipur City”

  •  

    National Workshop on “Road Infrastructure & Traffic Planning in Jaipur City”
     
    About Workshop

    A National Workshop on Road Infrastructure and Traffic Planning for Jaipur city was conducted by Kautilya Institute of Technology and Engineering, Jaipur at Inderlok Auditorium on January 29, 2011. The workshop was conducted in four sessions including the inaugural. Experts and knowledgeable persons working in the field participated. About 225 participants including eminent professors from IITs, NITs foreign universities and other engineering colleges, senior engineers from PWD,JDA,JNN,Delhi METRO, Jaipur METRO, consultants, researchers, PG students from MNIT and UG students from various engineering colleges also participated in the workshop.

    Urbanization and growth of vehicles have resulted in an urgent need to find ways and means for suitable urban road infrastructure and traffic & transportation planning & management. Jaipur is a growing city with an expected population of more then three million by 2011 and vehicle growth rate of 12 % per annum. The workshop discussed thoroughly about problems related to road infrastructure, traffic and transportation & attempted to find solutions in its recommendations.

    More than 20 different premier Institutes have been represented in this workshop, like, IIT Mumbai, IIT Roorkee, IITGuhati, CRRI New Delhi and many NIT’s including MNIT, Jaipur, and many more. The workshop was truly national workshop with representation of all parts of the country and scientific, professionals’ consultants and research community providing a unique opportunity to interact and learn from each other.

    Total ten technical papers were presented by various authors including two keynotes covering nearly all sub themes of the workshop. In panel discussion session eminent engineers and town planners replied various questions asked by the audience and draft recommendations based on deliberations in the workshop were displayed for comments. After receiving comments from the participants, final recommendations will be submitted to concerned government departments for consideration and implementation.

    We are highly thankful for your gracious presence in the workshop and your cooperation in making this workshop successful. As decided in the panel discussion session of the workshop wherein these draft recommendations were displayed on the screen for comments, these draft recommendations are attached for your valuable comments. As requested in the session kindly send your comments up to 5th of February, Friday so that these may be sent to concerned govt. departments for consideration on Saturday 6th February.

    Dr A.N. Arora
    Convener RITP-2011
    anarora21@rediffmail.com
    Kautilya Institute of Technology & Engineering, Jaipur
     
     
    National Workshop on Road Infrastructure & Traffic Planning in Jaipur City
    January 29, 2011

    To,

    1 Mayor Jaipur Nagar Nigam Jaipur
    2 The Principal Secretary Urban Development & Housing Govt of Rajasthan
    3 Jaipur development Commissioner Jaipur Development Authority

    Sub: Recommendations of the National workshop on Road Infrastructure and Traffic Planning for Jaipur city held on Jan 29th 2011 at Jaipur.

    Sir,
                 A National Workshop on road infrastructure and traffic planning for Jaipur city was conducted by Kautilya Institute of Technology and Engineering, Jaipur at Inderlok Auditorium on January 29, 2011. The workshop was conducted in four sessions including the inaugural. Experts and knowledgeable persons working in the area participated. List of participants, persons on the Advisory Committee, Organising Committee, Technical Committee and Students Committee are listed in Annexure I. Program schedule for the workshop is at Annexure II.

                Urbanization and growth of vehicles have resulted in an urgent need to find ways and means for appropriate urban traffic transportation planning & management. Jaipur is a growing city with an expected population of more than three million by 2011 and a vehicle growth rate of 12 % per annum. The Workshop aims to bring together academicians, engineers, researchers & students to discuss in depth about problems related to traffic & road infrastructure & final solution thereof. Valuable views and ideas were expressed in this workshop by key note speakers, & speakers presenting technical papers as well as participants. The key recommendations coming out of the deliberations are included as appended.

                The sponsors of the workshop, KITE, expect that government officials working in the urban space of Jaipur , residents and stake holders will consider these recommendations and through implementing these work for a better road infrastructure upkeep and traffic management for the city. It is with this hope that these recommendations of the Workshop are being circulated.


    Yours
    Yours truly

    Dr. A.N Arora
    (Convenor, RITP 2011
    E mail: anarora21@rediffmail.com
     
     
    Chairman's Message
    It gives me immense pleasure that Kautilya Institute of Technology & Engineering, Jaipur is organizing a workshop on “Road Infrastructure and Traffic Planning in Jaipur City” in Jaipur on January 29,2011.

    We are aware that for the development of a metro city good road infrastructure and traffic management is a primary need. Human population as well as vehicle population is growing very fast in Jaipur city and there is a pressure on Jaipur roads to accommodate the increasing traffic. This is a right time to discuss and finalise strategy for sustainable traffic management system.

    I am confident that the academicians, researchers & field engineers participating in this workshop will share their rich experiences & evolve a suitable and sustainable solution for road infrastructure and traffic problems of Jaipur city.

    I congratulate the organisers and wish a great success of the workshop.

    Dr Narendra Singh
    Chairman
    Kautilya Institute of Tech. & Engg.,
    Jaipur
     
     
    Ex. Director's Message
    I am pleased to convey my heartiest greetings to the delegates and organizers of the workshop on “Road Infrastructure and Traffic Planning in Jaipur City” to be organized on January 29, 2011.

    Good road infrastructure is basic requirement for the development of any city like Jaipur. Also it is necessary to make good planning for the smooth operation of traffic. These two issues are connected with each other and require due attention of academicians and professionals in this field and find out a solution for smooth and sustainable traffic management of Jaipur city.

    I am sure that this workshop will provide a platform for all the concerning agencies to solve this issue. I wish all success for this workshop.

    Ar. Piyussh Dhinggra
    Executive Director
    Kautilya Institute of Tech. & Engg.,
    Jaipur
     

     

     


  • National Conference on Distributed Generation(DG-2012) on 18-19 February,2012

  • A National Conference on "Distributed Generation(Present Status and Future Prospects) on 18-19 February,2012" which is organised by Department of Electrical Engineering, Kautilya, Jaipur and Co-Sponsored by The Institution of Engneers(India) at Indralok Auditorium, NArayan Singh, Circle, Jaipur.

     

    Er. Dhanraj Chitara

    Convener (DG-2012)
    Asso. Prof. & Head, Department of Electrical Engineering.
    Kautilya Institute of Technology and Engineering and School of Management (KITE-SOM)
    ISI - 16, RIICO Institutional Complex, Kautilya Circle
    Sitapura, Jaipur - 302022 (Raj.) INDIA.
    Telephone : +91-141-2174351, 2770364 (Ext. No. 288)
    Telefax : +91-141-2770199
    Mob. No. : +91-9460107045
     


  • NATIONAL CONFERENCE "RTHRB-2012" Organised on 04th February, 2012

  • A national conference on Recent trends in High Rise Buildings was conducted by Kautilya Institute of Technology & Engineering, Jaipur at Indralok Auditorium on 4th February, 2012. The conference was conducted in four sessions including the inaugral session. Experts, Academicians and knowledgeable persons working in the field participated. About 220 participants including eminent professors from IIT's, NIT's and other renowned engineering colleges, senior engineers from PWD, JDA, JNN, World Trade Park and Architectes, Consultants and Researchers, P.G. students from MNIT, and U.G. students from various engineering colleges participated in this seminar. Dr. C.V.R.Murty, Professor, IIT, Madras and chief Guest of the function addressed on structural safety of tall buildings. Dr. Ravinder Nagar, Professor of Civil Engineering at MNIT Jaipur discussed history and future of High Rise Buildings, Er. Deepak Sogani, CMD NM Roofs, Jaipur described the use of a new technique of construction viz Post Tensioning Techniques for High Rise Buildings. This technique has successfully utilized in constructing a very large roof without pillars at Govind Devji's Temple in Jaipur. Prof. Ajay Kumar Gupta, Head of Department from MBM Engg. College, Jodhpur presented deliberations on Non-destructive techniques for assessing strength of High Rise Buildings. Dr. Anurag Mishra spoke on sustainable self compacting concrete a material of very high performance. Foundation Solutions, safety issues and architectural aspects of these buildings were highlited by a few other experts.

    The last but very important session was that of Panel discussions. The expert from different fields participated in it. Overwhelming response from audience was seen in the form of putting querries and questions which were replied by panelists to thei satisfaction. The program ended with vote of thanks by the convenor to all experts, delegates, chief guest, Guest of Honor, and to all audience. The convener added that the outcome of the conference in the form of suugestions and recommendations will be very useful for the persons associated with High rise Buildings in one way or the other.


  • NATIONAL CONFERENCE TO BE ORGANIZED ON 7th January, 2012

  • We take pleasure in informing you that Kautilya Institute of Technology and Engineering, Jaipur (KITE)was organize a National conference on “REVIEW OF RENEWABLE ENERGY" (Present Status and Future Prospects With special reference to Rajasthan) [RRE-2012]. The conference was held on Saturday, 07 January, 2012 at Indralok Auditorium, Narayan Singh Circle, Rambagh, Jaipur.

    Prof.(Dr.) BK Garg
    Dean Mechanical & Convener Conference
    Mob.No: 9461339944
    Email: deanme@kautilya.net


     


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