Archive for February 2019

Two Days Training program on Automobile Engineering

A two-day training program was conducted by the Department of Mechanical Engineering on 4th February and 5th February, 2019 which is being funded by the Technical Education Quality Improvement Program (TEQIP III). 

 

Aim and Objective

The training was held with the help of Eastern Motors Servicing Centre. It was organized for two consecutive days, each of the days has six hours of a session. Students of the first year, second year and third year of this university participated in the program. The main objective of the program is to introduce the concept of the assemble and disassemble of the automobile parts. In this training, students participated in the activities of the automobile working system and the function of each engines part. 

Resource Person

Anirban Roy
Workshop Manager
Eastern Motors Service Division

Event Coordinator

Yengkhom Milannar Singh
Assistant Professor
Department of Mechanical Engineering

Schedule
Date Moring Break Afternoon
4/2/2019 10 am to 12 am 12 am to 1 pm 1 pm to 4 pm
5/2/2019 10 am to 12 am 1 pm to 4 pm
Acknowledgement

 
 Outcome

This training program can be helpful to the student in achieving success in their academic activities. The skills learned to allow for greater job opportunities when student have the education to back up their experience.

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Two Days Workshop on Basics of MATLAB and its Engineering Application

A two days workshop on “Basics of MATLAB and its Engineering Applications” was held on 29th and 30th of January, 2019 organised by the Department of Electrical Engineering under TEQIP-III.

Overview

The workshop mainly focuses on the basics of MATLAB and its applications in engineering fields. Using MATLAB, a student can analyze data, develop algorithms, and create models and applications. The language, tools and built-in math functions provide to explore multiple approaches and reach a solution faster than with spreadsheets or traditional programming languages. MATLAB can be used for a range of applications including signal processing and communications, image and video processing, control systems, test and measurement, computational finance, and computational biology.

Resource Person

Romesh Laishram
Assistant Professor
Department of ECE, MIT

Workshop Coordinator

Tayenjam Jeneetaa
Assistant Professor and Head
Department of EE, MTU

Workshop Content
Day-1 (29th January 2019) Day-2 (30th January 2019)
Introduction to MATLAB Signal Processing in MATLAB
Basic commands in MATLAB Control system application in MATLAB
Basic mathematics using MATLAB Introduction to Simulink
Control flow and operators Practice in Simulink
Toolboxes in MATLAB Introduction to GUI deployment in MATLAB
Introduction to MATLAB Practice of GUI building

 

Acknowledgement

Outcome

In this two day workshop, almost all the basics of MATLAB have been introduced to the students. In the next quarter, another workshop on more specialized topics using MATLAB will be organized which will be a continuation of the recently conducted one.

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Cleanliness and Anti-littering Awareness Campaign

A one day awareness campaign was organised by the Department of Civil Engineering on 27th of January, 2019 at Sekmai, Manipur funded by the Technical Education Quality Improvement Program Phase III (TEQIP-III). The department faculties and the first year students of the university participated in the campaign. The awareness creation and action components taken up under this will contribute in achieving a clean and green environment.

About the Event

Topics ranging from solid waste management and pollution were covered in the campaign. Learning only inside the classroom is not sufficient, a proper field visit is also required for proper environmental education. In view of the environmental problems due to improper solid waste management, the activities of the campaign focused on the theme “Keep your environment clean and green”.

Event Highlight

Date: 27th January 2019
Time: 8 am to 4 pm
Venue: Sekmai River, Sekmai, Manipur

Event Coordinator

Kakchingtabam Anil Sharma
Assistant Professor
Dept. of Civil Engineering, Manipur Technical University 

Aim and Objective

The objective of the campaign was to create awareness among the students and the general public regarding the importance of the environment. 

Acknowledgement

Event Outcome

The environmental awareness campaign is really important because it is a great investment for the environment and the future. In this campaign, the aim was to search the effect of environmental education practices on students’ environmental outlook. If the numbers of environmental education practices are increased and done with more students for a longer period of time, the findings will be more comprehensive.

 

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Two Days Workshop on Building Planning, Design and Concept of Green Building

A two days workshop on “Building Planning, Design & Concept of Green Building” was organized by the Department of Civil Engineering on 30th and 31st of January, 2019 under TEQIP-III.

The workshop mainly focuses on the basics of building planning, design & concept of green building and its application in engineering fields. Building planning includes a plan of a site and its graphic representation of the arrangement of building, parking, landscaping and any other structure that is part of a development project. 

Aim and Objective

Various designs are introduced in today’s building construction. The aesthetic view of the building depends on the idea and the design made by the designer. The well interior design of a building helps to achieve a healthier and more aesthetically pleasing environment for the people using the room. Due to the development of technology, the concept of creating a building which uses the natural resources to the minimal at the time of construction as well as the operation is essential.

Resource Persons
  1. Rajkumari Kapina Sana
    Architect and Interior Design
    K’s Design
  2. Sonia Devi
    Principal Designer
    Grace Design, Imphal
  3. Suretrica Salam
    Assistant Architect
    Rajeshhor and Associates
  4. Aribam Joychandra Sharma
    Retd. Engineer, PWD
Workshop Coordinator

Gyanen Takhelmayum
Assistant Professor
Dept. of Civil Engineering, MTU

Workshop Content

Day 1 (30th January 2019):

  • Session 1 Building Planning
  • Session 2 Interior Design of a Building

Day 2 (31st January 2019):

  • Session 3 Building Design
  • Session 4 Concept of Green Building
Acknowledgement

Outcome

The event saw participation by students of Manipur Technical University and other colleges.

 

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Two Days Workshop on Nanotechnology

A two days workshop was organized by the Department of Electronics and Communication on 30th and 31st of January, 2019 under TEQIP-III. Experienced persons on this field were invited to deliver lectures on their respective nanotechnology domain. Students and faculties from different Institute such as NIELIT Imphal, Manipur Institute of Technology attended the workshop. 

Overview

Nanotechnology is defined as the study and use of structures between 1 nanometer and 100 nanometers in size. The size would take eight hundred 100 nanometer particles side by side to match the width of human hair. The concepts that seeded nanotechnology were first discussed in 1959 by renowned physicist Richard Feynman in his talk There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom, in which he described the possibility of synthesis via direct manipulation of atoms. The term “nano-technology” was first used by Norio Taniguchi in 1974, though it was not widely known. Inspired by Feynman’s concepts, K. Eric Drexler used the term “nanotechnology” in his 1986 book Engines of Creation: The Coming Era of Nanotechnology, which proposed the idea of a nanoscale “assembler” which would be able to build a copy of itself and of other items of arbitrary complexity with atomic control.

Nanotechnology, as defined by size, is naturally very broad, including fields of science as diverse as surface science, organic chemistry, molecular biology, semiconductor physics, energy storage,  microfabrication, molecular engineering, etc. The associated research and applications are equally diverse, ranging from extensions of conventional device physics to completely new approaches based upon molecular self-assembly, from developing new materials with dimensions on the nanoscale to direct control of matter on the atomic scale.

Aim and Objective

To enhance the knowledge of nanotechnology and its importance.

Resource Persons

1. Dr. N. Basanta Singh
Associate Professor
Dept. of ECE, MIT Manipur

2. Dr. Ashish Ranjan
Assistant Professor
Dept. of ECE, NIT Manipur

3. Dr. Gaurav Saxena
Assistant Professor
Dept. of ECE, IIIT Manipur

4. Dr. Biraj Shougaijam
Assistant Professor and Head
Dept. of ECE, MTU Manipur

Workshop Coordinator

Rajkumari Chanu
Assistant Professor
Dept. of ECE, MTU Manipur

Workshop Schedule
Day 1 [30th January 2019]
9.30 am Welcome Speech by Th. Rajkmari Chanu
9.45 am Lecture by Dr. N. Basanta Singh, Associate Professor, MIT Manipur
12.00 pm Lunch Break
1.00 pm Lecture by Dr. Biraj Shougaijam, Assistant Professor, MTU
3.00 pm Tea Break
3:15 pm Interaction programme with the participants

 

Day 2 [31st January 2019]
9:30 am Lecture by Dr. Gaurav Saxena, Assistant Professor, IIIT Manipur
11:30 am Interaction programme with the participants
12:00 pm Lunch Break
1.00 pm Dr. Ashish Ranjan, Assistant Professor, NIT Manipur
3.00 pm Tea Break
3:15 pm Felicitation Programme

 

 

Acknowledgement

Outcome

The workshop was concluded with the notion that the participants have understood the idea of nanotechnology and served its main aim and objectives.

The participants were able

  • To understand the basic idea of nanotechnology.
  • To the technology behind the nanoscale devices like MOSFET, CMOS, etc.
  • To understand the idea of manufacturing methodology of nanoscale devices.
  • To understand the needs of nanotechnology in the market.

 

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One Day Workshop on MSME Schemes, Programs for Industry setup and funding

A one day workshop on “MSME Schemes, Programmes for Industry setup and funding” was organized by the Department of Computer Science and Engineering on 30th of January at MTU academic building, Polytechnic Campus. The workshop is sponsored by TEQIP-III. 

Aim and Objective

MSME stands for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises. MSME tailors more labour-intensive enterprises at low costs. The first session of the workshop will provide the opportunities for learning about the various schemes and programmes under the Government of India by offering individuals formal training, business plan development, guidance and follow-up during their own business idea implementation using the aids of MSME. The second session focuses on how to develop an idea to a viable project or a start-up, securing, procuring and funding options. The aim is to help enable the students to understand the importance of self-sustenance and employability.

Resource Person
  1. Mr T N Singh
    Assistant Director
    MSME-DI, Imphal
  2. Dr Nongmeikapam Kishorjit Singh
    Assistant Professor
    IIIT Manipur
Workshop Coordinator

Debina Laishram
Assistant Professor
Dept. of CSE

Workshop Content

Session-I

  • Role of MSME in Entrepreneurship development
  • MSME Schemes and Programmes
  • The necessity for quality and standardization
  • Funding and support

Session-II

  • Start-up initiation, procurement and planning
  • Entrepreneurial need and generation of start-ups from an idea
  • Discussion on how computer science engineering graduates can develop their own idea to a successful start-up company.

 

Acknowledgement

Outcome

After successful completion of the workshop participants learned:

  • Students learnt how to launch high-tech start-ups to move their ideas to the market.
  • An ability to apply knowledge of computing and mathematics appropriate to the discipline into a viable business idea.
  • To reap the total benefit of the schemes and programmes under MSME-DI and how to correctly plan and procure the enterprise.
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Demonstration of Real Time Electronic Circuits and Components Mini Project

A one-day event for “Demonstration of Real-Time Electronic Circuits and Components Mini Project” was organized by Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Manipur Technical University, Takyelpat under TEQIP III on 29th of January, 2019. A total number of 15 students comprising of 4th semester and 6th semester of ECE department, MTU participated and showcased their mini projects. These projects were very innovative and constructed using simple circuits and components which can be incorporated in our daily life at a very low cost. Students, PhD scholars, faculties and staffs of the University as well as NIT Manipur attended the programme.

Overview

Real-Time systems are becoming pervasive. In a Real-Time System, the correctness of the system behaviour depends not only on the logical results of the computations but also on the physical instant at which these results are produced. Real-Time systems are classified from a number of viewpoints i.e. on factors outside the computer system and factors inside the computer system. Special emphasis is placed on hard and soft real-time systems. A missed deadline in hard real-time systems is catastrophic and in soft real-time systems it can lead to a significant loss. Hence predictability of the system behaviour is the most important concern in these systems. Predictability is often achieved by either static or dynamic scheduling of real-time tasks to meet their deadlines. Static scheduling makes scheduling decisions at compile time and is off-line. Dynamic scheduling is online and uses a schedulable test to determine whether a set of tasks can meet
their deadlines. 

Aim and Objective

The main aim and objective of this demonstration programme are to encourage and to showcase the innovations by the students. Another main aim is to provide a common platform to promote and share the information and knowledge among the participants and the attendees.

Coordinator

Yengkhom Chandrika Devi
Assistant Professor,
Dept. of ECE, MTU

 

Acknowledgement

Outcome

The programme has educated the participants as well as the attendees and served its main aim and objectives. This type of demonstration programme must be conducted frequently because it helps the young minds to go beyond their limits and challenge themselves to move on further and to be more creative and innovative.

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