Innovative engineers are helping communities of the developing world by improving the health, environment and quality of life. Aspiring engineers are curious about the latest and ongoing industry trends. For this reason, a national conference was held in online and offline mode at the Faculty of Engineering and College of Computing Sciences & Information Technology, TMU. The conference aims to discuss recent innovations in civil and mechanical engineering.
Dr. Vikas Srivastava, Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Prayagraj, was presented as a keynote speaker throughout the session in an online mode. While speaking on Thermodynamic Aspects of Mechanical Engineering, Dean Academics of Uttaranchal University Prof. Shiv Dayal Pandey says, "With energy transformation in industrial processes, we have to consider the energy balance too". During any conversion process, technologists should pay attention to maintaining the quality of energy. Various Industrial Energy Conversion Equipment such as heat exchangers, heat pumps, refrigerators, etc. are used in the process of conversion, he added.
Prof. Pratibha Agarwal, NIT, Civil Engineering Department of Kurukshetra, presented a study on Food adulteration commonly used in India. Prof. Devendra Mohan, Head of Engineering Department, IIT, BHU, Varanasi, and Prof. Atul Kant Piyush, KIIET Group, Associate Dean of Institution, Delhi-NCR, Ghaziabad & HOD of Civil Engineering Department presented a study on survey and geology.
In the technical round of the second-day conference, a total of 46 researchers from Haryana, UP, MP, Bihar, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Delhi, Karnataka, read their research papers on Automation and Robotics, Supply Chain Management, Logistics Outsourcing, Concurrent Engineering, Manufacturing Techniques, thermal engineering, renewable energy, etc.
During the concluding session of the conference, Shri Bhagwan read the message of Prof. S. D Pandey, Academic Dean, Uttaranchal University. Convener of the Conference. Head of Civil Engineering Department, Prof. R. K. Jain presented the report of two days' national conference.
Aman Gupta and Anamika Jain students of mechanical engineering & Mohd. Haris Khan and Sachin Jain students of civil engineering also delivered their thoughts. During this, there was also a question-and-answer round. Certificates were distributed to the participants at the end of the National Conference.
The faculty of engineering of Teerthanker Mahaveer University is recognised as one of the top-ranked engineering institutes in the surveys done by Dataquest, CSR-GHRDC and ELETS-Digital learning 2021. It has come up with new trends that align with the current world. Here, the college focuses on hands-on training along with imparting sound theoretical knowledge to cater to the current needs of industries to aspiring engineers.
Teerthanker Mahaveer University has formed collaborations with several recognised multinational companies and institutions to ensure training to its students on the latest tools and techniques used in the industry. Currently, the university offers a wide range of programmes through its fifteen on-campus colleges and seven independent teaching departments. So be a part of this successful institution. To know more about the best engineering college in India, explore https://www.tmu.ac.in/faculty-of-engineering.