Co curricular & Extra Curricular activities
Visit to Technology Demonstration Expo at BEML
Blood Donation, Eye and Dental Checkup Camp at ATMECE, Mysuru
As a part of NSS activity, the staff and students of ATMECE, Mysuru had organized a voluntary Blood donation camp, Eye Checkup and Dental checkup for the Staff and students of ATMECE at their college premises on 11th March 2020. The event was jointly organized by NSS unit of ATMECE and Indian Red cross Society, Karnataka branch.As many as 165 bottles of blood was donated on the occasion, staff and students participated enthusiastically for the noble cause.
More than 200 students have got their eyes checked by the Eye Specialists from Ismail Eye Care from Mysuru. Many students and staff members have also undergone Dental checkup by Megha Dental Clinic. The awareness about Dental care was also created by the specialists on the occasion.
NSS Camp at Dinka Village
The students of ATMECE, Mysuru had organized in a 5 days NSS camp at Dinka Village of Pandavapura taluk, Mandya district. The camp was held from 09-03-2020 to 13-03-2020.
The objectives of the camp were to:
- Cleaning of the streets of the village,
- Plantation in the Temple premises,
- Cleaning Government Primary and High School premises,
- Health Checkup camp for the Villagers,
- Drainage Cleaning,
- Awareness about the ill effects of Blind believes,
- Creating awareness about Fire and safety by Demonstrations in association with Fire Brigade, Pandavapura,
- Creating awareness about Waste segregation and distribution of Free Dry and Wet dust bins in association with Dinka Grama Panchayath,
- Cultural and Sports activities.
About 45 Students of ATMECE, Teaching Staff members Mr. Harsha DN, Mr. Mohana kumara KC and non-teaching staff members Mr. Ravi KK, Mr. Anil kumar have actively participated in all the activities of the camp.
Industrial Visit to TVS Motor Company Ltd
5th semester A section students visited the TVS Motor Company Ltd. on 24th August 2019. This company located at the outskirt of Mysuru near Nanjanagudu manufacturing two-wheeler motor bike and scooter. TVS Apache and scooty pep+ vehicles are manufactured in this Mysuru division.
Industrial visit to BEML
5th Semester B section students visited the BEML company on 17th August 2019 Saturday.Briefed the students about the importance of industrial visits and its benefits at the BEML training centre. The Asst. General Manager for Training R. Brahmachary addressed the students about discipline and attitude one should have to work as individual and, in a team.
Industrial Visit to RANE (Madras) Ltd. Mysore Division
3rd semester students of mechanical engineering are visited the RANE (Madras) Ltd. Mysore division on 31st August 2019 Saturday. Mysore plant has steering and linkage division, Third semester students of mechanical engineering are visited the RANE (Madras) Ltd. Mysore division on 31st August 2019 Saturday.Mysore plant has steering and linkage division.
Industrial Visit to Govt. Tool Room and Training Centre (GTTC) ,Mysuru Division
Visit to Training center was arranged for 3rd semester “A” section students. It was coordinated by faculty members, Mr. Devaraj M R and Mr. Yashwanth N 18th September 2019. This training center is undertaking by govt. of Karnataka. This organization well known to the production of Press tools, Injection moulds, Die Casting Dies and other precision tools. This Tool Room also has customers like ISRO, BEML, GTRE, L&T Wipro etc, for their precision components.
Industrial Visit to Nestle India Ltd
This visit was arranged for lateral entry students of Mechanical Engineering and a few from 3rd Sem ‘A’ section students guided by Mr. Devaraj M R and Mr. Yashwanth N on 28th September 2019. Nestle India Ltd is one of the oldest industries set up in India. It’s got a 150-year-old history. It is the leading brands in Food and Nutrition Products. Mr. Henry Nestle is the founder of this great company, the first product that Mr. Henry produced under nestle was condensed milk. This was because due to the long shelf life of the product and because of its high energy concentration. It continues to be one of the best products of nestle.
Art of Counseling
Department of Mechanical Engineering organised Six Days Workshop on Art of Counselling between 2nd and 9th July 2019.This workshop was conducted in view of enhancing the knowledge of counselling the students for the purpose of assisting them effectively with the intesion oftheirover all development.
In this connection department of mechanical engineering invited the eminent personalities as speakers from reputed counselling centres like Samadhana andPrassanna counselling centres. A famous psychiatry doctor C.R Chandrashekar from samadana counselling centre who served at NIMHANS for more than three decades and his team members serving as couselors were invited for this workshop as speakers.
MECHTRIX-2019 is a department technical and cultural fest organized to inculcate both technical and cultural aspects in young budding engineers. The event was designed for both PU and UG level, including events like Poster presentation, Treasure hunt, Truss-Stress, Water bottle rocket., Event was conducted on 13th and 14th of October 2019. Many students from different PU colleges took active participation. Students from other departments of ATME College of Engineering took participation in UG level. Cash prizes and Certificates were issues for the winners. Deputy General Manager Sri K L Prakash and Dr.Ramesh from GTTC Mysore centre had visited our college on 23rd of April 2018 with their team to educate our students to build up their carrier by elaborate explanation of various training activities conducting at their centre.
Educating the Students for Career Development
The team of 4 members Mr. K L Prakash, DGM, Dr.Ramesh Principal, Mr.Raj Shankar and Mr.Vijay visited the our college. They also explained the KOUSHALYAKAR program set by govt. of Karnataka and its benefits to students for placement opportunities.
Workshop on “Non Destructive Techniques” 20th & 21st April 2018
The workshop was inaugurated by Dr.L.Basavaraj, Principal, ATMECE and addressed the gathering as President of the function. Chief guest Mr.Madhusudhan K T, Managing Director, Industrial Radiographic Inspection Services (IRIS) along with the staff of the department were present in the function. Participants consisted of students from 6th semester along with enthusiastic teaching and non-teaching faculty members of ATMECE.
Mr.Madhusudhan K T, Dr.Rathnakar.G,HOD,, participants and all the staff of the department attended the function. Participants have expressed that the workshop has benefited them about NDT.
Departmental Fest – “MECHTRIX 2018”
Department of Mechanical Engineering had conducted Departmental Fest “MECHTRIX- 2018” on 19th and 20th March 2018 for Mechanical Students.
Inauguration and launch of promo video by Mr. Padmarajan Asst Manager, Manufacturing division, BEML and three technical events and one technical talk were arranged by Mechanical Engineering students.
Technical talk were presented on topic of “ Recent Advances in automation for maufacturing” by Mr. Raghunath A Asst General manager, Manufacturing division, BEML and Mr. Padmarajan Asst Manager, Manufacturing division, BEML followed by technical events were inaugurated by Department Head – Dr. Rathnakar G.
Truss – Stress
In this event students were supposed to create a truss structure with a help of popsicles sticks, glue, tag and necessary materials which required for building.
For this event time constrain were given for about 120 mins and students have prepared some 9 to 10 models. After preparing models we have kept those models for one day to make models to hard so that it would sustain loads.
Later on we applied some loads by using parting sand and measured with the help of “Digital Weighing Equipment” in front of participants and best model which sustained more loads were announced as a winner.
For this event students from various department were participated and made this event a success.In this event students were supposed to make a poster regarding any topic but it should be related to Mechanical Engineering (either soft copy or hard copy) and should explain about his/her topic.
Fit to Limit
For this event students from basic science participated and made this event a success. this event fitting model was given by incharge faculty. In a team there are 2 students, each team had given one model they should make a perfect fitting and gained some points based on those points jury’s had decided the winner.
Best Physique: ATME Student Pavan won Silver Medal
Pavan V Student of 7th sem Mechanical Department ATME College of Engineering have won the Silver Medal in Mysuru City Intercollegiate ( Upto 80 kg Category) Best Physique Competition, Organized by NIE, Mysuru at its silver jubilee indoor stadium , recently
L to R: Muralidhar M P, Physical Education Director, Pavan V, Dr.L.Basavaraj, Principal. ATME
Turn on Lathe
This event also called as Lathe war, for this event Mechanical students participated.In this event model was given by incharge faculty with 3 different operations namely Turning, Parting, Taper Turning and also time duration was given for 90 mins. Students supposed to complete the given model within time and that student was awarded as winner.
In this event we had made 2 categories
- CAED for 1st year students
- CAMD for Mechanical Students
Design sheet was given to students by looking at 2D sheet students supposed to create 3D model with Assembly.
For this event students from various department were participated and made this event a success.
In this event 9 teams were participated, for each team there was 5 different clues which was related to mechanical field and kept those clues in college campus. By collecting those clues team should find there treasure. A team who finally collected all clues and opens up a treasure has announced as a winner.
Winner were as follows
Slow Bike Race
In this event students supposed to bring their bike and should ride in track which was made in college campus. Rider must ride there bike slowly in the track, a bike which crosses the track was disqualified. Finally jury’s announced a result.
At the end of all events the distribution of prizes had done in Mechanical Engineering Department in the presence of Department Head, Faculties and all students.
Department of Mechanical Engineering had taken an initiative in organizing an Aptitude Competition for 6th semester students, in order to make students aware of the importance of aptitude in the screening process during placements. The competition was conducted on 22/02/2018. The question paper comprised of 60questions for time duration 60minutes. The following tabulated students have secured the respective places.
out of 60
|4||Rahul S Kumar||4AD15ME073||2nd||34||Rs250/-|
A Technical talk on “Recent Advances in automation for manufacturing”
Department of Mechanical Engineering had conducted Departmental Fest “MECHTRIX- 2018” on 19th and 20th March 2018 for Mechanical Students. On behalf of this event a technical talk on “Recent Advances in automation for manufacturing” was organized.
Inauguration and launch of promo video by Mr. Padmarajan Asst Manager, Manufacturing division, BEML and three technical events and one technical talk were arranged by Mechanical Engineering students.
Technical talk were presented on topic of “ Recent Advances in automation for maufacturing” by Mr. Raghunath A Asst General manager, Manufacturing division, BEML and Mr. Padmarajan Asst Manager, Manufacturing division, BEML for pre-final year students.
Mr. Raghunath A , detailed about some of recent technologies adopted in BEML and Products that are been manufactured by BEML unit. Given some information related to development and history of Ashok Leyland, some are detailed below.
Technical Talk on “After Market Technical Documentation Services” by VFS Technologies Pvt.Ltd
A Technical Talk on “After Market Technical Documentation Services” has been held for final year students on 8th Feb 2018. Aravind Levakumar, Business Development Manager, VFS Technologies Pvt.Ltd and his team addressed the students. As the Global manufacturers are increasingly looking upon After-Market functions as a strategic line of business it is leading to increase in revenue with enhanced service capability. The opportunities in the field are increasing every day and students were asked make use of the same.
“An Overview on Design of Machine Elements II”
Department of Mechanical Engineering, ATMECE, Mysuru has organized a Five day Faculty Development Program on “An Overview on Design of Machine Elements II”, Mysuru during 16th – 20th January 2018.The Program was intended to enhance the knowledge of Design of machine elements II. Since Design of machine elements II (10ME62/15ME64) has vast syllabus, including different design procedures, involves assumptions and use of different data handbooks. Also, the evaluators valuate the script according to scheme (exact values) even though if the design procedure has more than one approach/procedure. Due to this, results are not up to the desired level in previous years. In order to overcome this, the faculties teaching the subject must be aware of different procedure and usage of different data handbooks.Faculties from various ngineering colleges across the state have participated and made the event a big success.
TVS MOTOR COMPANY LTD
Industrial visit was organized on 28th October 2017 for 3rd semester ‘B’ section students at TVS Motor Company Ltd, Nanjanagudu. This company has a two wheeler manufacturing unit of various models like TVS Jupiter, TVS Apache, TVS XL Heavy Duty and TVS Scooty. This unit has many divisions like machining section, engine assembly, advanced painting section using robots and mechanized assembly line. Engine component castings such as cylinder head, cylinder, piston, piston rings, and gear box parts are received from sister company from Hosur plant. This company can able to roll out a new vehicle for every 45 seconds.
BEST PAPER AWARD AT ETME-2017
Students from Mechanical Engineering, ATME College of Engineering have presented a Technical Paper in International Conference on Emerging Trends in Mechanical engineering held at Cauvery Institute of Technology, Mandya and bagged “Best Paper Award” for the same.
The event took place on 27th and 28th of December 2017. Students team involved Md. Umar Shariff, Syed Madani, Syed Ikhtair Kashif and Siftain Khan. They presented a paper on topic “Computer Numerically Controlled Multi Operational Machine”.
Technical Talk from Dr Manjula.H.S (CIPET-Mysore)
A technical talk was conducted from Department of Mechanical Engineering, ATMECE, Mysore on 27/09/2017 from Dr Manjula H S Technical officer CIPET, Mysore for 6th semester students on “Importance of Composite Materials in Present World”.
Students participated actively and got valuable information on the current trends in the field of composite materials from the resource person, the session was very interactive and informative for the students and faculties. Finally Dr Rathnakar G, HOD, Department of Mechanical Engineering, summarized the event and expressed thanks to Dr Manjula H S for delivering the technical talk.
Teachers Day and Engineers Day Celebration:
On 26th September 2017, Teachers day and Engineers day celebration was organised at ATME College of Engineering. On this occasion faculties who achieved academic excellence were felicitated.
Mr. Rakshith N, Asst. Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, is felicitated on the occasion of Teacher’s day and Engineers day celebration for guiding a project Titled “Design and fabrication of coin operated portable water vending machine” This project was adjudged as one of the outstanding projects of the year and was selected for the “Project of the year”
Faculties from various departments who have completed their Doctoral Thesis were also felicitated
Guest Lecture on “Opportunities available at GTTC”
Department of Mechanical Engineering, ATME College of Engineering in association with GTTC, Mysuru has organised a guest lecture on “Opportunities available at GTTC” to create awareness on various training courses available for engineering students in the field of Laser, CAD, CAM and CAE at GTTC, Mysuru on 07-09-2017.
Mr. Prakash K L, Deputy General Manager, GTTC, Mysuru and Mr. Ramesha N, Principal, Skill Centre, GTTC, Mysuru were the Chief Guests for the Lecture. Dr. Rathnakar G, Head of the Department, Mechanical Engineering welcomed the Guests, Prof. Devaraj M R introduced the Guests to the students.
“Knowledge Enrichment Program” by CADD Centre, Mysuru
Department of Mechanical Engineering, ATME College of Engineering has organised “Knowledge Enrichment Program” to 2nd and 3rd year students on 23rd August 2017. Mr. B R Ram, National Head, CADD Centre addressed students and spoke on various advanced Design and Analysis Software, its requirements in present job market and industry ready concepts. Dr. Rathnakar G, Head of the Department, Mechanical Engineering, Mrs. Chaitra, Head, CADD Centre, Mysuru and faculties of Mechanical Department were present on the occasion.
ATME Students Develop Low Cost Coin Operated Water Vending Machine
The final year Mechanical Engineering students of ATME College of Engineering, Mysuru – Mr. D V Raghu, Mr. Gayaz Mohammed, Mr. Md Mohiyuddin Shariff and Mr,. MD Yaseen Ahmed as a part of their final year project work, has developed a low cost, portable, compact sized, economical and simple Water Vending Machine which accepts coin and dispenses a glass of water from pre purified 20 lts which is available in market.
This Project was selected for financial funding from Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST) and recognize as “Outstanding project” and Awarded with “Project or the Year” award by KSCST.
The subject knowledge gained in their course and under the guidance of Mr. Rakshith N, Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering and Mr. Chandan G N, Assistant Professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, they have successfully completed the work at a cost of 8000/- RS.
The students Effort has been hailed by many including the industry people, Public. The Principal, Staff members and Management congratulated them on their feat.
New India Pledge
As per the directions of the AICTE, regarding celebration of 70 years of Independence and 75 years of Quit India Movement at our institute, the staff and Students of the Department of mechanical engineering took the New India Pledge on 9.08.2017.
A Report on Road safety awareness Program “Yuva janara nadige –Rasthe surakshateya kadege”
The Department of Mechanical Engineering of ATME College of Engineering actively participated in road awareness program organized by Government of Karnataka Regional Transportation department, Mysore on 26th of February 2017 at ‘ Ovals ground’, Mysore. The program was presided by Honorable District incharge minister Dr. H C Mahadevappa, National athlete Mr. Arjun Devaiah, District Regional Transport officer, Superintend of Police Mr. Ravi D Channannavar.
The program was inaugurated by District incharge minister Dr. H c Mahadevappa. National athlete Mr. Arjun Devaiah recited the pledge and all our students and faculties actively participated in road march.
Road march route was started from Ovals ground by covering major roads 100feet road, corporation office road, DD Urs Road and finally reached Ovals ground.
Pledge against corruption
As a part of taking pledge against corruption initiated by the central government, The Dept of Mechanical Engineering of ATMECE, Mysore initiated the drive on 04-05-2016 across various semesters. A total of around 600 students took the oath to fight against corruption and to be a constructive citizen for the development of the country as per the vision for 2020. The drive was initiated by the senior staff of Mechanical Engineering Dept guided by the HOD Dr. Ratnakar.
The Project Exhibition “YANTRIX 2022” was inaugurated on 24-06-2022 in the seminar hall of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, ATMECE, Mysuru. The event is being held on annual basis and organised by the Dept of Mechanical Engineering. The event showcases Technical Projects and research findings. The event was inaugurated by the chief guest Dr. Basavaraj L, Principal, ATMECE and guest of honour Dr. Krishna Murthy K, Professor M.Tech Department, GT&TC and, Dr. Haseebuddin M R, Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, DSCE, B’lore. They emphasised on innovations in manufacturing stream and the opportunities that innovative projects can help shape the careers of young engineers in the dynamic society. They expressed their pleasure in understanding the efforts taken by the Dept in arranging such events and providing a platform for the emerging graduates. Dr Srinivasa K on behalf of the Dept expressed his gratitude to the faculties and students for their active participation. Prof Thej Kumar J compared the event. Mr. Devaraj M R delivered vote of thanks.
Inauguration of the event
The inauguration was followed by inspection and evaluation of projects displayed by students from various colleges pertaining to disciplines of automation, robotics, agricultural equipments, automobiles, composite materials, food processing and manufacturing related technologies. A detailed evaluation was followed, and students succeeded in answering all the relevant queries related to the practical works and its impact on society.
Presentation of projects to Jury members
Following is the winners list of the event:
1st Prize: Peter A X (4AD18ME038), Saqlainulla shariff, (4AD18ME045) Vaibhav G Jaganath (4AD18ME055), Sahana S (4AD19ME460)
2nd Prize: Abhishek Gowda C A (4AD19ME403), Kishore R (4AD19ME426), M C Karthik (4AD19ME427), Manoj S V (4AD19ME433)
2nd Prize: Azmath ulla khan (4AD18ME003), Md Affan Jaleel (4AD18ME025), Md. Alfaz V I (4AD18ME026), Saif Madeen (4AD18ME027)
3rd Prize: Md Javeed Ahmed (4AD19ME438), Monish N S (4AD19ME439), Prajwal R (4AD19ME447), Praveen S K (4AD19ME453)
3rd Prize: Avinash P (4AD19ME409), Naveen H M (4AD19ME442), Pavan Kumar B (4AD19ME444), Sharath kumar K S (4AD19ME463)
Prizes were distributed to the winners in the valedictory function which was held in the evening and the judges congratulated the winners. Prof Ravi Kumar S coordinated on the occasion.
Innovations in Manufacturing stream
Department of Mechanical Engineering has organised a Technical Talk on Innovations in Manufacturing stream for 2nd year students on 24-06-2022 in the seminar hall and was inaugurated by Dr. Basavaraj L, Principal, ATMECE, Dr. Srinivasa K, HoD, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, ATMECE and resource person Mr. H M Radha Krishna, Deputy Manager & Head COE, GT&TC, Mysuru.
Resource person was discussing on different innovation technology
It was discussed in the Session about the importance of manufacturing, Manufacturing is a rapidly evolving industry with a broad spectrum of sectors depending on manufacturing, modern facilities are often quick to adopt new technology that improves on their existing processes. The rise of automation, artificial intelligence (AI) and data have created a wave of digital transformation. As manufacturing grows and becomes increasingly competitive, capitalizing on Industry 4.0 innovations can determine whether a company will succeed. Cobots, IoT Sensors, Additive Manufacturing, 5G Connectivity, Machine Vision Error Detection are the different innovation technology evolved in current scenario. Also, resource person discussed on what are the opportunities will be given in GT&TC regarding manufacturing stream.
Report on “Three-Day Workshop on Automation using PLC & SCADA” at Department of Mechanical Engineering, ATMECE, Mysuru
Department of Mechanical Engineering, ATMECE is organized Three-Day Workshop on Automation using PLC & SCADA for the Final year students of Mechanical Engineering from 15th to 17th December 2022 in association with Vidyut Automation, Mysuru. The training program was intended to enrich student’s knowledge in the field of Automation. Workshop also included hands-on session where in students got a chance to work on PLC training Kit. 49 students had registered for the workshop.
The objectives intended for the workshop are as follows.
- To develop skill in the field of Automation
- To monitor and control equipment used in process automation.
- To control and maintain efficiency, distribute data for smarter decisions and communicate system issues to help mitigate downtime.
Inauguration of Workshop by Chief Guests
The program was inaugurated by Dr. L Basavaraj, Principal, ATMECE in the presence of chief guest Dr. M. S. Govinde Gowda, Dean Academics, ATMECE, Resource person Mr. Shashikiran M, Managing Director, Vidyut Automation, Mysuru. Dr. L.Basavaraj appreciated the intention of the workshop as the program would help the students to identify the career in the field of Automation.
Dr. M.S. Govinde Gowda expressed that it is high time to acquire knowledge about the interdisciplinary and emerging technologies so that students will have wider exposure in the present Job market. Also, he mentioned that students have to gain knowledge beyond the curriculum and enhance the competitiveness in the field of Automation.
Dr. Srinivasa K, HoD, Mechanical Engineering department, greeted the dignitaries in his welcome speech and mentioned the importance of the special knowledge and Skills along with the curriculum.
Dr. Chethan.S, Asst. Prof, Dept of ME, convenor of the program, briefed about the workshop by mentioning the activities and hands on sessions planned for three-day workshop. He briefed the Objectives designed to enhance the knowledge in the field of automation and expected Outcomes of the workshop.
Mr. Anilkumar K, Asst. Professor, Dept. of ME, briefed about the Resource person and Mr. Rohith S Asst. Professor, Dept. of ME, rendered Vote of thanks to the gathering.
Day 1 Morning Session
The first day of the workshop was based on training on Allen Bradley MicroLogix 1400 PLC. The morning session included presentation on Basic gates, Automation, PLC introduction and Architecture. The resource person gave detailed lecture on Allen Bradley MicroLogix 1400 PLC. The hands-on session on the mentioned kit was carried out in the afternoon session.
Presentation on Basic gates and Ladder diagram by Resource Person
Day 1 Afternoon Session
The hands-on session included familiarization on Allen Bradley PLC programming software followed by working on the following modules using the kit.
- Basic Instructions and worked examples on NO, NC, Coil, Latch, Unlatch, Time.
- Communication between PLC and PC using RS 232 and Ethernet cable
- Program Uploading, Downloading, Run, Online editing
Day -1 Hands on Session using Allen Bradley PLC programming software
Day 2 Morning Session
The second day of the workshop was based on training on Factory Talk View Studio SCADA. The resource person gave detailed lecture on SCADA and the hand on session SCADA software was carried out in the afternoon session.
Day 2 Afternoon Session
Day -2 Hands on session using Factory Talk View Studio SCADA.
The hands-on session included familiarization on SCADA software familiarization followed by working on the following modules using the kit.
- Creating new server and Tag database
- Creating graphics like Visibility, Color, Fill, Horizontal position, Vertical position Height, Width, Rotation
- Creating Alarms and Trends
- Interfacing PLC with SCADA using Simulator software.
Day 3 Morning Session & Afternoon Session.
The third day of the workshop included Hands on experience on Demo model. Batch of 5 students was formed and each batch was exposed to work on Demo model brought by the resource person. When one batch of students were working on Demo model other batches were practicing example programs.
Valedictory function of Three-Day Workshop on Automation using PLC & SCADA was held on December 17h 2022 at Seminar Hall, Department of Mechanical Engineering, ATMECE which was presided over by the Resource person Mr. Shashikiran M, Managing Director, Vidyut Automation, Mysuru. Dr.Srinivasa K, HoD, Dept of ME, extended a warm
welcome to the Chief Guest as well as all participants of the course, Coordinators of the program, faculty members of the department. Dr.Srinivasa K presented a gist of proceedings of the Three-Day Workshop and mentioned that it is high time for the students to acquire knowledge on interdisciplinary courses and develop competence that will lead to career advancement. The participants were invited to give feedback on the Three-Day Workshop held on Automation using PLC & SCADA. Dr. Chethan S, Convenor of the workshop concluded the program by rendering the vote of thanks.
Distribution of Certificates to Participants
Impact of the Workshop
At the end of the workshop, students got the awareness about Automation & latest technologies being used to achieve Industrial Automation. The idea of organizing this workshop is to inculcate the fundamentals of automation in the students and provide them with a platform to work.
SCADA is used for the constructive working not for the destructive work using a SCADA system for their controls ensures a common framework not only for the development of the specific applications but also for operating the detectors. Operators experience the same “look and feel” whatever part of the experiment they control. However, this aspect also depends to a significant extent on proper engineering.
The workshop organized enhance the knowledge of students in the interdisciplinary streams and lead a pavement to identify career opportunity in the field industrial automation. The event addresses the Program outcomes namely Modern Tool Usage (PO5), Engineer and Society(PO6), Team Work (PO9) and Communication(P10) and enhance the knowledge of industrial automation .