KSCST Mysuru Region Nodal Centre Evaluation at ATME CE
ATME College of engineering was selected as NODAL CENTRE by KSCST for the Mysore region to organize 42nd series STUDENT PROJECT PROGRAM.
ATMECE is one of the fastest growing Engineering Colleges in Mysore with a very good infrastructure and state-of-the-art facilities. The event was well organized, and was very well appreciated by the experts from KSCST and IISc Bengaluru.
A total of 69 project groups selected for funding by KSCST in the Mysore region. 13 of them are from ATME College of Engineering. The projects belonging to Mechanical (14), Electronics (19), Electrical (8), Civil (24) and Computer Science (4) engineering have taken part in the program. Each group was consisting of four students and one Faculty as Project Guide. The projects exhibited were very innovative and spread over a vast topics like Agriculture, Control Systems, Automation & Robotics, Disaster Management System, Solutions to modern Society problems, Energy conservation etc.
The event was inaugurated by Chief Guest Shri H Hemanth Kumar, Executive Secretary & Chief Scientific officer, KSCST Bengaluru, in his inaugural address he advised the students to select innovative projects under the guidance of faculty members. Also he suggested that, each college should form an IP cell (Intellectual property cell) for better coordination and output by providing training for faculty members to assist and guide the students in their Projects.
Dr. L Basavaraj Principal ATMECE presided over the function and in his presidential remark, appreciated the initiative by the KSCST to encourage them to take up the innovative projects by providing funds. He also thanked KSCST for funding Rs.87,500/- for the current academic year 2018-19 for Student projects of ATMECE.
The projects were evaluated by a group of dedicated Scientists, and Engineers from reputed organizations, like IISc., ISRO and Industry experts.
Civil engineering projects were evaluated by Shri H Hemanth Kumar, Executive Secretary & Chief Scientific officer, KSCST Bengaluru and Prof. Jagannath, Former Manager, Scientist, ISTRAC, ISRO Bengaluru.
Mechanical Engineering Projects were evaluated by Prof. N.V.Chalapthy Rao, IISc, Bengaluru.
Electronics & Communication engineering projects were evaluated by Prof.M Krishnakumar, IISc, Bengaluru.
Electrical engineering Projects were evaluated by Prof.U J Shenoy, IISc Bengaluru.
Computer Science & Engg projects were evaluated by Prof. K N Venkatesh and Prof. Nagaraja Rao, both from KSCST Bengaluru.
Experts from ISRO, IISc and Industrial experts appreciated the innovative efforts put by the students and rendered valuable suggestions to the students. The experts congratulated the Principal and organizing committee of ATME College of Engineering for organizing the technical event in a relevant and meaning full manner.
Dr.Rathnakar G. Professor and Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering welcomed the guests and gathering, Mr.Yashwanth J Asst. Prof Mechanical Engineering department rendered vote of thanks and the program was anchored by Mr. Deavaraj M, Associate professor Department of Mechanical Engineering.