This epoch is stressing on development of employable human resource that is to be rendered by branded institutions to the industry. An institution can prove its worth only by meeting the demand of industry through its saleable products in form of skilled technocrats and engineers. Management’s Vision of integrating teaching and learning by preparing outstanding technocrats and scholars has endorsed the value of such centers. This is being accomplished by inculcating interest of students in vivid activities with the help of ABESIT-Centers for Excellence and Innovations (ABEIT CEI) which is being headed by Prof. Sandeep Garg with the following agendas:
Promoting the participation in National/International level multidisciplinary competitive projects such as
(a) Electric Solar Vehicle Championship (ESVC 2016)
ABESIT Team VAIROCANA of students from Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Department participated in Asia’s largest solar event, ESVC 2016, which was held at Bhopal from 25.03.2016 to 29.05.2016. This event was organized by Imperial Society of Innovative Engineers.
Of the 176 teams participated in the event at all India level, only 94 teams cleared the Virtual Design round. Team VAIROCANA cleared the technical inspection round along with 37 other teams of which 30 teams cleared the Brake, Acceleration tests and then Cross Pad event.
Total 30 teams, took part in Endurance Race where our team completed 31 laps in two phases whereas the highest score was 43 laps. As an outcome of the performance, two students namely Ms. Prachi Sharma and Mr. Samai Vashitha of Team VAIROCANA got the job placement in ISIE, Punjab and DCM Engineering, Punjab.
ABESIT congratulates all and feel proud of the students who are the part of TEAM VAIROCANA.
|1||Ashwani||B.Tech.(M.E.) Final Year||Team Captain|
|2||Krishna Yagnik||B.Tech.(M.E.) Final Year||Team Vice Captain|
|3||Samai Vashitha||B.Tech.(M.E.) Final Year||Safety Officer|
|4||Rahul Parihar||B.Tech.(M.E.) Final Year|
|5||Abhishek Singh||B.Tech.(M.E.) Final Year|
|6||Saurabh Singh||B.Tech.(M.E.) Final Year|
|7||Prachi Sharma||B.Tech.(M.E.) Final Year|
|8||Shivani Pal||B.Tech.(M.E.) Final Year|
|9||Ravi Singh||B.Tech.(M.E.) Final Year|
|10||Abhimanyu Tiwari||B.Tech.(M.E.) Final Year|
|11||Rohit||B.Tech.(E.E.E.) Final Year||Battery Officer|
|12||Arvind Yadav||B.Tech.(E.E.E.) Final Year|
|13||Praveen Meena||B.Tech.(E.E.E.) Final Year|
|14||Himanshu Gupta||B.Tech.(E.E.E.) Final Year|
|15||Nakul||B.Tech.(M.E.) Pre Final Year|
|16||Ranjeet Maurya||B.Tech.(M.E.) Pre Final Year|
|17||Sachin||B.Tech.(M.E.) Pre Final Year|
|18||Kshitij Goyal||B.Tech.(M.E.) Pre Final Year|
Special appreciation for Prof. Amit Vishnoi, Assistant Professor-ME and Prof. Jitendra Kumar, Assistant Professor-EEE to mentor the students in the task.
(b) Elite Go-Kart Championship 2016
ABESIT Team Hawks of students from Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Department will be participating in Elite Go-Kart Racing Championship which is to be organized by Elite Techno Group, Jaipur. It is an ideal platform for engineering students to learn the basics of Automobile and Vehicle dynamics and then design, fabricate, optimize and race their own racing machines.
Now the team members have stared working for the manufacturing of the vehicle under the supervison of Prof. Amit Vishnoi, Assistant Professor-ME and Prof. Kalyan Pal, Assistant Professor-EEE. The Dynamic Round is scheduled in September 2016.
ABESIT wishes good luck to the following students who are the part of team going to participate in the Final Round of Elite Go-Kart Racing Championship 2016.
|1||Shivam||B.Tech.(M.E.) Pre-Final Year|
|2||Ritesh Kumar Singh||B.Tech.(M.E.) Pre-Final Year|
|3||Rhytam Gulati||B.Tech.(M.E.) Pre-Final Year|
|4||Himanshu Chhibber||B.Tech.(M.E.) Pre-Final Year|
|5||Priyanshu Gautam||B.Tech.(M.E.) Pre-Final Year|
|6||Sachin Kr. Rajput||B.Tech.(M.E.) Pre-Final Year|
|7||Ranjeet Kr. Maurya||B.Tech.(M.E.) Pre-Final Year|
|8||Prashant Sharma||B.Tech.(M.E.) Pre-Final Year|
|9||Nakul Kr. Sharma||B.Tech.(M.E.) Pre-Final Year||(Team Captain)|
|10||Kshitij Goel||B.Tech.(M.E.) Pre-Final Year|
|11||Anjali Mishra||B.Tech.( M.E.) Pre-Final Year|
|12||Vikas Yadav||B.Tech.( M.E.) Pre-Final Year|
|13||Jyoti Singh||B.Tech.( M.E.) Second Year|
|14||Aditya Ranjan||B.Tech.(M.E.) Second Year|
|15||Ravi Kiran||B.Tech.(M.E.) Second Year|
|16||Himanshu Garg||B.Tech.(M.E.) Second Year|
|17||Arun Kumar||B.Tech.(M.E.) Second Year|
|18||Mirza Farhan Baig||B.Tech.(M.E.) Second Year|
|19||Shivam Rawat||B.Tech.( E.E.E.) Pre-Final Year|
|20||Anuj Pal||B.Tech.( E.E.E.) Pre-Final Year|
Enhancing the technical capabilities via Centers of Excellence (CoE)
(a) Center of Excellence for Power Electronics & drives
ABESIT is pleased to inform that a MOU has been signed between Dr. APJ AKTU, Lucknow and Entuple Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore (Technology partner of ANSYS & CADENCE) on 17.03.2016 at University campus, Lucknow for developing a Center of Excellence for Power Electronics & Drives at the campus of ABESIT (Code 290), Ghaziabad.
This Center of Excellence will virtually act as a Nodal Center on behalf of Dr. APJ AKTU for empowering the various engineering colleges to get expertise on issues related to Power Electronics & Drives. On the onset Entuple, Bangalore experts will periodically conduct empowerment programs for the faculty members so that they can understand the intricacies of the subject. In turn their expertise will be translated to the students so that the students will become industry requirement ready and employable.
Subsequently Industry based research projects will also be undertaken by the faculty members of Dr APJ AKTU and Entuple, Bangalore together.
(b) Center of Excellences for Analog & Embedded Systems
ABESIT has signed a MoU with EdGate Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore (A partner of Texas Instruments (TI) India University Program) on 25.04.2016 for setting up a Center of Excellence for Analog & Embedded Systems at its campus of ABESIT (Code 290), Ghaziabad.
Texas Instruments University Program is a global program dedicated to supporting educators, researchers and students in facilitating the inclusion of TI analog and embedded processing in engineering classrooms teaching and research labs, textbooks, design projects and course curricula.
In this Center of Excellence a lab is being setup in ABESIT where EdGate, Bangalore experts will conduct empowerment programs for the faculty members of ABESIT and other engineering colleges to teach TI Platform. EdGate will also assist ABESIT to organize training programs on topics related to TI Platform. Faculty members from ABESIT who have undergone ‘train-the –trainer program ’ on TI platform and certified by EdGate as trainers may run certified training programs for the students. The students will be trained on Analog and Embedded systems as per the need of the industry.
Two Day Training Program was organized on Analog & Embedded Systems by the experts of EdGate Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore on 24th, & 25th July 2016 under Texas Instruments University Program. Fourteen Teaching Faculty from ECE & EEE participated in the training program which was held in ABESIT-Center of Excellence for Analog & Embedded Systems.
(c) Center of Excellence for Big Data & IoT
ABESIT has signed a MoU with Datreon, Delhi on 20.06.2016 for setting up a Center of Excellence for Big Data & IoT at its campus of ABESIT (Code 290), Ghaziabad.
In this Center of Excellence a lab has already been established where experts from Dateron are imparting training to the students of ABESIT and other colleges as well on Big Data Analytics. The students will get the opportunity to work on live projects during the training program which would help them in preparing themselves as per the Industry standards.
This is a state of the art lab of its own kind in NCR where the students and experts from Datreon will jointly work on live projects which are based on Smart Cities.
The first batch of Big Data Analytic Course started from 20th July, 2016 which has reached to its advance level enabling 10 students and faculty members of Computer Science & Information Technology Department to imbibe theoretical and practical knowledge.
|Sr.||Name||Branch / Year|
|1||Aman Gupta||IT - Final Year|
|2||Shivam Chaudhary||CS - Second Year|
|3||Anushka Singh||CS - Second Year|
|4||Vartika Sharma||CS - Second Year|
|5||Shivam Choudhary||IT - Second Year|
|6||Stuti Swarnkar||IT - Second Year|
|7||Tushar Ojha||IT - Second Year|
|8||Vanshika Garg||CS - Second Year|
|9||Sehaj Gupta||CS - Final Year|
|10||Mohd. Imran Ayyub||IT - Final year|
Empowering the students via Centers of Training (CoT)
(a) Center for Advanced Robotic Control for Industrial Automation
Center for Advanced Robotic Control for Industrial Automation has been established on 17.08.2015 in collaboration with Indo Euro Synchronization and APS GmbH-European Center for Mechatronics, Germany.
The students of Computer Science, Information Technology, Electronics & Communication, Electrical & Mechanical Engineering are being trained by German experts through Skype Sessions and by ABESIT faculty who had gone to Germany for seeking the training on Robotics Control for Industrial Automation.
Academic Visit of our Institutes’ Faculty to Germany – Two professors of Mechanical Engineering Department, Dr. Ravindra Kumar and Prof. Balbir Singh, had gone to Germany for two weeks from 27th June – 7th July 2015 at APS-European Center for Mechantronics, Germany. Before going to Germany, 45 days online training was given to them through Skype.
The theoretical and practical training on different types of Robots such as ABB and KUKA, were covered by Dr.-Ing. Gunther Starke, an eminent professor of robotics at Aachen Technical University, Germany. The practical training was covered by Dr. Daniel Hann, CEO and MD, APS-European Center for Mechatronics. The practical training also included the programming of robot through Robot Studio simulation software and their implementation in the Industries.
Visit of our students in Germany to Autosol 2016 Program – The management of ABESIT sponsored Two meritorious students, Ms. Amrita Yadav, Final Year B.Tech. (IT) and Mr. Ankit Kumar Singh, Pre-Final B.Tech. (ME) among the Advanced Robotic Control (ARC) students to attend the Autosol 2016 Program in Germany which was from 22nd Feb 2016 to 3rd Mar 2016. This program provided full-fledged knowledge on Automobile/Automotive Engineering with complete package of seminars on current Research, Industrial Visits and Trade fair visits.
The merit was made on the basis of Internal Assessment, One to One Interaction and an external assessment by Indo-Euro Synchronization & APS-Gmbh European Center for Mechatronics, Germany. On the basis of ranking, two students got the opportunity to participate in Autosol 2016 Program and got the sponsorship from the Institute which included
- Complete Course Fee – Seminars, Industry tour, Career and Training activity in Germany
- International Travel (To & Fro) to Germany in economy class.
- Accommodation – Complete accommodation for the program
- Travel in Germany – Almost every participant travelled ~3000 km between the 3 destinations in Germany to cover University, Industry and Trade-fair activities.
- Entrance Tickets – for Museums, Trade fares and all other required tickets during the trip.
Both the students attended 10 days Autosol 2016 Program in Germany as per the following schedule.
|22nd February 2016||Arrival and Welcome in Frankfurt, Germany. Travel to Aachen, Germany|
|24th February to 27th February 2016||Four Days of Advanced Seminar Courses at European Center for Mechatronics - Aachen, Germany|
|28th February 2016||Cultural Tour to Stuttgart, Germany|
|29th February to 1st March 2016||Techno Management Course at Steinbeis University, Stuttgart, Germany|
|2nd March 2016||Tour to manufacturing plant of Mercedes Benz Car plant, Sindelfingen, Germany|
|3rd March 2016||Tour to Porsche Technical Museum, Stuttgart, Germany Tour to Technical Museum, Frankfurt and Departure from Frankfurt|
The following students have successfully completed the ARC training in the first batch which was held from 04.09.2015 to 05.12.2015.
|1||Adwitiya Deep Jaiswal||ME-Pre Final Year|
|2||Salman Shamim||CSE-Pre Final Year|
|3||Kshitij Pandey||ME-Pre Final Year|
|4||Deepak Kumar Srivastava||ME-Final Year|
|5||Priyanshu Gautam||ME-Pre Final Year|
|6||Ankit Kumar Singh||ME-Pre Final Year|
|7||Shoaib Akhtar||ME-Pre Final Year|
|8||Deepak Kumar Vishwakarma||ME-Final Year|
|9||Amrita Yadav||IT-Final Year|
|10||Aviral Mehta||ECE-Final Year|
|11||Abhishek Gupta||ME-Final Year|
Second batch of the following students is undergoing the ARC training which will be completed on 30.06.2016.
|1||Akash Gupta||ME-Pre Final Year|
|2||Kajal Yadav||EC-Second Year|
|3||Dakshi Jain||EC- Second Year|
|4||Chandrabhan Kushwaha||ME-Final Year|
|5||Vineet Kumar||ME-Pre Final Year|
|6||Shipra Siddhu||CS- Second Year|
|7||Sahita Charya Kumar Bhagat||ME-Pre Final Year|
|8||Prateek Khandelwal||EC-Second Year|
|9||Rahul Chaudhary||EC- Second Year|
|10||Sapna Singh||EEE-Pre Final Year|
|11||Haris Umar||ME-Final Year|
|12||Akash Sharma||IT- Second Year|
|13||Avinash Nath||IT- Second Year|
|14||Ashish Kumar||EEE- Second Year|
|15||Sachin Singh Yadav||ME-Final Year|
|16||Prashant Sharma||ME-Pre Final Year|
|17||Nakul Kumar||ME-Pre Final Year|
(b) Center for Computer Aided Design & Engineering Analysis
This center has been established in association with CADPLUS Software Solutions on 29.09.2015. It is a highly professional CAD/CAM/CAE training center equipped with latest state of the art design software like AutoCAD and SolidWorks. Engineering Analysis software like ANSYS* will help in simulation and predicting product’s behavior in real time scenario.
The sole objective of the training is to upgrade the conceptualize, engineering & designing skills of the students of Mechanical , Civil & Electrical Engineering to a professional level to make them industry-ready.
*In the process of procuring the software.
Certificates distribution Ceremony of FP001 (EED + AutoCAD) & FP002 (Solid Works) – The certificates of FP001 (EED+AutoCAD) & FP002 (Solid Works) Training were distributed to ME & CE students on 13.05.2016 in Center for Computer Aided Design & Engineering Analysis by Prof. (Dr.) Bhavesh Kumar Chauhan, Director ABESIT.
Total 95 certificates were awarded to 25 students of Batch-1, 28 students of Batch-2, 23 students of Batch-3 and 20 students of Batch-4
|1||Siddharth Sengar||ME-Second Year|
|2||Manish Mishra||CE-Second Year|
|3||Arun Kumar||ME-Second Year|
|4||Mohd. Kasim||ME-Second Year|
|5||Jyoti Singh||ME-Second Year|
|6||Prateek Kumar||ME-Second Year|
|7||Chetan Kaushik||ME-Second Year|
|8||Aditya Ranjan||ME-Second Year|
|9||Kartikey Rai||ME-Second Year|
|10||Mirza Farhan Baig||ME-Second Year|
|11||Ravi Kiran||ME-Second Year|
|12||Himanshu Garg||ME-Second Year|
|13||Manish Chandra||ME-Final Year|
|14||Manish Sharma||ME-Final Year|
|15||Akash Kumar||ME-Final Year|
|16||Ankit Choudhary||ME-Final Year|
|17||Umakant Prasad||ME-Pre Final Year|
|18||Kunal Sharma||ME-Second Year|
|19||Hom Bahadur Pun||ME-Pre Final Year|
|20||Vipin Kumar Aditya||ME-Final Year|
|21||Vaibhav Kumar||ME-Final Year|
|22||Manav Garg||ME-Final Year|
|23||Satish Kumar||ME-Final Year|
|24||Ashish Kumar Patel||ME-Pre Final Year|
|25||Ashutosh Mohan||ME-Pre Final Year|
|1||Suhaib Ahmed||CE-Pre Final Year|
|2||Harshit Chauhan||ME-Pre Final Year|
|3||Shivam Sharma||ME-Pre Final Year|
|4||Pawan Kumar Singh||ME-Pre Final Year|
|5||Shivam Singh||ME-Pre Final Year|
|6||Aadarsh Srivastava||ME-Pre Final Year|
|7||Vikas Singh||ME-Pre Final Year|
|8||Rahul Ranjan Bharti||ME-Pre Final Year|
|9||Amaan Usmani||CE-Final Year|
|10||Atul Tyagi||CE-Final Year|
|11||Himanshu Bhushan||CE-Final Year|
|12||Ankit Singh||CE-Final Year|
|13||Akash Kr. Kashyap||ME-Pre Final Year|
|14||Vivek Kr. Kushwaha||ME-Final Year|
|15||Shivam Sharma||CE-Pre Final Year|
|16||Madhvendra Verma||ME-Pre Final Year|
|17||Abhinav Bhadauria||ME-Pre Final Year|
|18||Deepanshu Verma||ME-Pre Final Year|
|19||Reeshu Yadav||CE-Final Year|
|20||Aryan Gautam||CE-Final Year|
|21||Deepak Kumar||ME-Final Year|
|22||Shubham Swami||ME-Pre Final Year|
|23||Suresh Kumar||ME-Pre Final Year
|24||Rana Muzahid||ME-Pre Final Year
|25||Anuj Mishra||ME-Pre Final Year
|26||Aman Gupta||ME-Pre Final Year
|27||Ranjeet Ranjan||CE-Pre Final Year
|28||Akash Kumar Gupta||ME-Pre Final Year
|1||Stuti Kaushik||ME-Second Year|
|2||Saumya Gaur||ME-Second Year|
|3||Ashish Upadhyay||ME-Second Year|
|4||Prashant Singh||ME-Second Year|
|5||Rohit Kumar||ME-Second Year|
|6||Radhey Lal||ME-Second Year|
|7||Madhu Sharma||CE-Pre Final Year|
|8||Ashish Deshwal||CE-Pre Final Year|
|9||Shishti Chaudhary||CE-Pre Final Year|
|10||Atul Singh||CE-Pre Final Year|
|11||Mahesh||CE-Pre Final Year|
|12||Srajan Yadav||CE-Pre Final Year|
|13||Arpit Singh||CE-Pre Final Year|
|14||Rishabh Shrivastava||ME-Second Year|
|15||Shailesh Kr Yadav||ME-Second Year|
|16||Shubham Raj||ME-Second Year
|17||Amit Kr Gautam||ME-Second Year
|18||Ajay Kr Yadav||ME-Second Year
|19||Sumit Nagar||ME-Second Year
|20||Sumit Shrivastava||ME (Other)
|21||Himanshu Singh||CE-Pre Final Year
|22||Sugam Jain||CE-Pre Final Year
|23||Ankit Chandra Tiwari||ME-Second Year
|1||Rahul Tiwari||ME-Final Year|
|2||Himanshu Chhibber||ME- Pre Final Year|
|3||Himanshu Bhardwaj||ME- Pre Final Year|
|4||Rana Muzahid||ME- Pre Final Year|
|5||Himanshu Garg||ME-Second Year|
|6||Prateek Kumar||ME-Second Year|
|7||Vaibhav Kumar||ME-Final Year|
|8||Manav Garg||ME-Final Year|
|9||Satish Kumar||ME-Final Year|
|10||Vivek Kr Kushwaha||ME-Final Year|
|11||Chetan Kaushik||ME-Second Year|
|13||Madhvendra Verma||ME- Pre Final Year|
|14||Abhinav Bhadauria||ME- Pre Final Year|
|15||Shameek Tyagi||ME- Pre Final Year|
|16||Atul Saini||ME- Pre Final Year
|17||Divy Yadav||ME-Final Year
|18||Nadeem Malik||ME-Final Year
|19||Akshay Tyagi||ME- Pre Final Year
|20||Anurag Yadav||ME-Final Year
(c) Center for Structural Design & Analysis
The Center for Structural Design & Engineering Analysis has been established to empower the students of Civil Engineering department with state of the art Bentley software suit which includes 24 software specially Staad.pro, MX-Road, Water Gem & Sewer Gem.
The first batch of STAAD PRO training program started on 8th June, 2016 which has reached to its advance level enabling 91 students and faculty members of Civil Engineering Department to imbibe theoretical and practical knowledge.
|Sr.||Name||Year / Branch|
|1||Sagar Kumar||CE-Final Year|
|2||Raj Kumar Pal||CE-Final Year|
|3||Ankur Vishnoi||CE-Final Year|
|5||Surbhi Singh||CE-Final Year|
|6||Vishal Tyagi||CE Pre-Final Year|
|7||Himanshu Singh||CE Pre-Final Year|
|8||Sugam Jain||CE Pre-Final Year|
|9||Reeshu Yadav||CE Pre-Final Year|
|10||Md. Zakwan Haris||CE Pre-Final Year|
|11||Pankaj Kumar||CE Pre-Final Year|
|12||Akash Yadav||CE Pre-Final Year|
|13||Anurag Singh||CE Pre-Final Year|
|14||Nazim||CE Pre-Final Year|
|15||Vivek Kumar||CE Pre-Final Year|
|16||Saksham Gupta||CE Pre-Final Year|
|17||Ranjit Ranjan Singh||CE Pre-Final Year|
|18||Arvind Tomar||CE Pre-Final Year|
|19||Sonal Mitra||CE Pre-Final Year|
|20||Ranjeet Kumar||CE Pre-Final Year|
|21||Prashant Singh||CE Pre-Final Year|
|22||Pawan Maan||CE Pre-Final Year|
|23||Rajat Sharma||CE Pre-Final Year|
|24||Rishabh Singhal||CE Pre-Final Year|
|25||Keshav Krishna||CE Pre-Final Year|
|26||Mahesh||CE Pre-Final Year|
|27||Kundan Singh Chauhan||CE Pre-Final Year|
|28||Shivam Sharma||CE Pre-Final Year|
|29||Rhythm Jaiswal||CE Pre-Final Year|
|30||Ashwani Kumar||CE Pre-Final Year|
|31||Yogesh Kumar Singh||CE Pre-Final Year|
|32||Prateek Shukla||CE Pre-Final Year|
|33||Prashant Goswami||CE Pre-Final Year|
|34||Karan Kumar Soam||CE Pre-Final Year|
|35||Vikas Rana||CE Pre-Final Year|
|36||Roshan Kumar||CE Pre-Final Year|
|37||Srajan Yadav||CE Pre-Final Year|
|38||Raman Gautam||CE Pre-Final Year|
|39||Ankit Chand Mishra||CE Pre-Final Year|
|40||Vikas Kumar||CE Pre-Final Year|
|41||Aachman Goel||CE Pre-Final Year|
|42||Priyanka Tyagi||CE Pre-Final Year|
|43||Aves Khan||CE Pre-Final Year|
|44||Avadesh Gupta||CE Pre-Final Year|
|45||Vineet Bhardwaj||CE Pre-Final Year|
|46||Vikas Tiwari||CE Pre-Final Year|
|47||Atul Singh||CE Pre-Final Year|
|48||Vineet Vikram Patel||CE Pre-Final Year|
|49||Vivek Pandey||CE Pre-Final Year|
|50||Arpit Singh||CE Pre-Final Year|
|Sr.||Name||Year / Branch|
|51||Gaurav Kumar||CE Pre-Final Year|
|52||Udit||CE Pre-Final Year|
|53||Ojasvi Kapoor||CE Pre-Final Year|
|54||Suhaib Ahmed||CE Pre-Final Year|
|55||Vishal Raghav||CE Pre-Final Year|
|56||Ashish Deshwal||CE Pre-Final Year|
|57||Madhu Sharma||CE Pre-Final Year|
|58||Arpit Singh||CE Pre-Final Year|
|59||Vikram Chauhan||CE Pre-Final Year|
|60||Archit Singh||CE Pre-Final Year|
|61||Aakash Singh||CE Pre-Final Year|
|62||Rajat Vats||CE-Final Year|
|63||Rohit Kumar||CE Pre-Final Year|
|64||Abhinav Bandhu Saxena||CE-Final Year|
|65||Manish Kumar Jha||CE-Second Year|
|66||Dev Vashistha||CE-Second Year|
|67||Ishu Sharma||CE-Second Year|
|68||Vishal Nagar||CE-Second Year|
|69||Mritunjay Pratap Chauhan||CE-Second Year|
|70||Harshwardhan Chopra||CE-Second Year|
|71||Lokesh Kumar||CE-Second Year|
|72||Himanshu Sharma||CE-Second Year|
|73||Atul Sukraliya||CE-Second Year|
|74||Ankush Rawat||CE-Second Year|
|75||Prince Panwar||CE-Second Year|
|76||Kapil Agarwal||CE-Second Year|
|77||md. Sagir||CE-Second Year|
|78||Priyanshu Pratap Singh||CE-Second Year|
|79||Vaibhav Kashyap||CE-Second Year|
|80||Narendra Sharma||CE-Second Year|
|81||Akshay Agnihotri||CE-Second Year|
|82||Rishabh Saxena||CE-Second Year|
|83||Sanky Singh||CE-Second Year|
|84||Rishabh Agarwal||CE-Second Year|
|85||Vishal Rawat||CE Pre-Final Year|
|86||Nishchay Chaudhary||CE Pre-Final Year|
|87||Satyendra Pal||CE Pre-Final Year|
|88||Shiv Kumar Prajapati||CE Pre-Final Year|
|89||Km Jyoti Rani||CE-Second Year|
|90||Vipin Sharma||CE-Second Year|
|91||Nadeem Khan||CE Pre-Final Year|
(d) e-Yantra Lab Setup Initiative in Embedded Systems & Robotics
-Yantra is a project by IIT Bombay to spread education in Embedded systems and Robotics. This project has been sponsored by Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) through the National Mission on Education through ICT (NMEICT).
e-Yantra Lab Setup Initiative (eLSI) supports infrastructure creation by providing a platform for training teachers both in theory and applications of Robotics, in addition to providing guidance in setting up a Robotics Lab.
ABESIT nominated the following four teaching faculty members for e-Yantra project.
- Mr. Pawan Singh Mehra, Assistant Prof., CSE (Team Leader)
- Dr. Ravindra Kumar, Associate Prof., ME
- Mr. Balbir Singh, Assistant Prof., ME
- Mr. Pradeep Kumar, Assistant Prof., ECE
All the four teaching faculty members attended Two days Face-to-Face training Workshop conducted at MGMCoET, Noida on May 30-31, 2016.
After successfully completing the workshop, the team of four teachers are under going online Three/Four months Task Based training (TBT) where they are working on periodically assigned tasks with deadlines.
Promoting Creativity and the Spirit of Innovation among the students
IDEA-11 contest (2015-16)
IDEA-11 contest for the conversion of innovative ideas into products which can help in grooming the skill set of students. These ideas are being nurtured and mentored on every stage for ensuring their correct accomplishment and unfold the dreams.
The reward ceremony was organized on 05.11.2016 in the Auditorium of the institute where following students were rewarded with a Certificate of Appreciation and a Cash prize of Rs. 1000/- for 11 ideas.
|S.No.||NAME||BRANCH / YR||IDEA / TITLE|
|1||Apurva Sharma||CS Second Year||Record,send & receive smell|
|2||Parth Suri||CS Third Year||Hospital bed avilability|
|3||Sandhya Kumari||CS Final Year||The constant Gardener|
|4||jyoti Singh||ME Second Year||A women’s third eye|
|5||Himanshu Sharma||ME Final Year||Car cooling system during summer season|
|EEE Final Year|
EEE Final Year
|Work station for battery charging at cheaper rate|
|7||Avneet Sharma||EEE Pre Final Year||Glowing of street light by detection of movement|
|8||Aves Khan||CE Pre Final Year||Use of polymers in building construction|
|9||Srajan Yadav||CE Pre Final Year||Use of nanotechnology in buiolding materials|
|10||Harsh Kumar||EC Pre Final Year||Energy saving in lighting devices|
|11||Shubhendu Mishra||EC Pre Final Year||Utilizing hidden energy in home/daily Appliances|
Interactions with Industry in the form of Industrial Visits
(a) Diamond Jubilee Celebrations of EEPC India
EEPC India (formerly known as Engineering Export Promotion Council of India) has celebrated Diamond Jubilee on Thursday, 3 September 2015 at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi. Shri Pranab Mukherjee, Hon’ble President of India was the chief guest on the occasion. Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology and Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman, Minister of State for Commerce & Industry were the Guests of Honor.
A group of fifty toper students five each from Pre Final & Final Year of CE, CS, IT, EEE, EC & ME department were nominated to witness this ceremonial function.
(b) Industrial Visit to Micromatic Grinding Technologies Limited
With an aim to go beyond academics, industrial visits provide an excellent opportunity to interact with industries and learn more about industrial environment in terms of working methods.
The students of Final Year B.Tech. ME visited the state of the art manufacturing plant of Micromatic Grinding Technologies Limited, Ghaziabad on 03.12.2015. The visit was accompanied by Prof. Basant Pandey & Prof. Doli Rani. Assistant Professors ME Deptt.
(c) Industrial Visit to JCB India Limited
The students of Final Year B.Tech. ME & EEE visited the world class manufacturing plant of JCB India Limited, Ballabhgarg, Haryana on 04.05.2016. The visit was accompanied by Prof. Sandeep Garg Head-ABESIT-CEI, Mr. Nitin Jain Head CRC, Prof. Balbir Singh, Asst Prof. ME Deptt and Prof. Jitendra Kumar, Asst Prof EEE Department.
Project Initiatives to showcase the capabilities of students
(a) Conference Bike
The Conference Bike designed and manufactured by students of B.Tech. Mechanical Engineering, is a revolutionary way to bring people together. It is the new way of transportation without using the fuel and harming the environment. The conference bike is pedaled by five riders sitting in a circle. One person controls the steering and brakes of the cycle and rest fellow partners including driver paddle the cycle. When effort of all the partners come together, then cycle move smoothly and efficiently. All the paddles attached with each other through circular joint of driving shaft attached with the universal joint at the edges. It has four wheels with help in the balance of the cycle. It could be used in the public places like malls, parks, big industries, hospitals and many other places. The main advantage of this bike is that it does not require any fuel to start and does not release any harmful gasses while running. It is totally based on the physical force of the passengers. It helps the people to be fit and healthy as paddling the cycle is very beneficial to the health and improves the blood circulation of the body.
(b) Work station for battery charging at cheaper rate
(c) Quad copter
Inauguration of Center of Excellence for Big Data & IoT
Two Days Faculty Development Program on Big Data Analytics
Center of Excellence for Big Data & IoT was inaugurated along with Two days Faculty Development
Program on Big Data Analytics on 7th August 2016 by Hon’ble Prof. (Dr.) Vinay Kumar Pathak, Vice
Chancellor, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow at ABES Institute of Technology,
Ghaziabad (College Code-290).
In Center of Excellence for Big Data & IoT , a lab is established in collaboration with Datreon, Delhi, where
experts from Datreon will impart the training to the students of ABESIT and other colleges as well, on Big Data
Analytics. The students will get the opportunity to work on live projects during the training program which would
help them in preparing themselves as per the Industry standards.
This is a state of the art lab of its own kind in NCR where the students and experts from Datreon will jointly work
on live projects which are based on Smart Cities.
Two days Faculty Development Program was conducted on Big Data Analytics at the Center of Excellence for Big
Data & IoT at ABES Institute of Technology, Ghaziabad (College Code-290) on 7th & 8th August 2016.
The Speakers for the four sessions of FDP were experts from Datreon, Delhi.
The contents which were covered during the four sessions
Relevance to Hadoop Ecosystem : Real grass root level scenarios
- Eternal truth about the legacy THREE TIER ARCHITECTURE and changing needs of enterprise IT
- Data Center Internals(How to build a Modern Data Center on Moon)
- File System Inside Out
- Hadoop Basics
Big Data Ecosystem
- Map reduce
- Introduction to Architecture & role of Haddop Ecosystem Components
- NOSQL Databases
- Mango DB
- Text Classification BI lifecycle:
- The unimportance of R and python
The participants 36 in total from various Engineering Colleges participated in Faculty Development Program.
The feedback of above said FDP from the participants was above average with a common remark that this type
of FDP should be conducted for five days so as to understand the basics and practical aspects of the subject