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4. Flag hoisting ceremony celebrating India's 76th Independence Day

Flag hoisting ceremony celebrating India’s 76th Independence Day

The Manipur Technical University’s Nation Service Scheme (NSS) Unit I and Unit II jointly honored Independence Day on August 15, 2022, on the university’s campus. The university Vice Chancellor (VC) hosted the Indian national flag, which was the focal point of the festivities.

Additionally, our national anthem for India was jointly sung by university faculty and staff. During the ceremony, VC also gave a noteworthy speech about freedom fighters and the fundamental responsibilities of a decent citizen.

Flag hoisting ceremony celebrating India's 76th Independence Day

Coordinators

  1. Thingbaijam Rajkumari Chanu (Programme Officer, NSS Unit I) &
  2. Kakchingtabam Anil Sharma (Programme Officer, NSS Unit II)

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Real-Time Project Demonstration Competition

Real-Time Project Demonstration Competition

EVENT REPORT

In this modern era, everyone is driven by the technology. The advancement in technology has played a very huge role in the evolvement of human civilization. Technology have provided numerous innovative ways for doing work smartly unlike years ago. It has helped in improving the effectiveness and productivity of work for individual and in groups in shorter amount of period.

The event of Real-Time Project Demonstration Competition held on 28th June 2022 is the 2nd version of its kind which was initially started by the department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Manipur Technical University under the name Demonstration of Real Time Electronic Circuits and Components Mini Project back in 2019. The main aim of the event is to provide the students of the university to explore and make them think beyond their bookish knowledge to provide an innovative solutions for real life problem statements. This event also encourages and provides a platform for exposure, sharing of knowledge, ideas and skills development of the students. A total number of thirty-six (36) students comprising eleven (11) teams from ECE, CSE, CE and ME participated in the competition. The event showcased the real time demonstrations of projects like: High security locking cupboard, Arduino solar tracker, Smart dustbin, Automatic water pumping system for hydroponics, hydraulic pump to name a few. The external experts made the assessment of every project based on: Novelty of the Project and Technical Knowledge.

Name of the external experts

  1. Keisham Pritamdas, Assistant Prof. Dept. of ECE, NIT, Manipur
  2. Thiyam Akuvan, Founder, AKUMEN Artificial Intelligence

Winners of Real-time Project Demonstration Competition

Sl. No. Position Title of the Project Name of the Participants
 

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1st Position

 

Low Cost and Reliable Water Level Controlling System Using 555 Timer

1.      Ceelina Loukrakpam, 4th Sem ECE

2.       Yumnam Jetu, 4th Sem, ECE

3.       L. Neilenchung Kom, 4th Sem, ECE

4.       Nivash Wahengbam, 4th Sem, ECE

5.       Aspis Chithung, 4th Sem, ECE

2 1st Position Hydraulic Pump 1.       Wahengbam Manimatum, 2nd Sem, ME

2.       Lankingmei Kamei, 2nd Sem, CE

 

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2nd Position

 

Automatic Water Pumping System for Hydroponics

1.       Daniel Athisho, 4th Sem, ECE

2.       Christopher Gangmei, 4th Sem, ECE

3.       T. Tinngeineng Haokip, 4th Sem ECE

4.       Suraj Singh Thokchom, 4th Sem, ECE

5.       Thokchom Gamma, 4Th Sem, ECE

4 3rd Position Arduino Solar Tracker 1.       Franciskov Mairembam, 6th Sem, ECE

2.       Soram Krishnadaya, 6th Sem, ECE

 

Ms. Yengkhom Chandrika Devi
Assistant Professor and Coordinator
Dept. of ECE, Manipur Technical University

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8th International day of Yoga

8th International day of Yoga

               The 8th International day of Yoga was held on 21st June 2022 at Auditorium of Govt. Polytechnic. The event was attended by the Hon’ble VC of MTU, staff of MTU and students of MTU with the guidance of a well experience Yoga Instructor Ms. Sharungbam Rashree Chanu various yoga asanas and pranayamas were performed and the benefits of each of them were explained. The instructor also explained the why asanas as well as the pranayamas to be must be given equal importance. The event concluded with a speech form Hon’ble VC of MTU explaining the importance of yoga in our modern lifestyle.

               After the yoga session, at painting competition on the theme “Yoga for Humanity” was held at the same venue. The competition registered a total of 21 participants. The competition witnessed the fine arts skills of the students of MTU. The winners of the painting competition are:

1st Johnbas Tourangbam, 2nd sem MBA (2102MB0106)

2nd Wilson Thangjam, 2nd sem EE (2101EE0227)

3rd Swatisri Thingbaijam, 4th sem CSE (2001CS0212)

The winners of the competition were handed over their prize and certificate by the Hon’ble VC of MTU.

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One Day Workshop on “Best Academic Practices”

A workshop on “Best Academic Practices” was organised by Manipur Technical University under the sponsorship of TEQIP-III on 24th August2019 at the conference hall of the university.

Highlight of the workshop
Date: 24th August 2019
Time: 09:15 am to 1:30 pm
Venue: Conference Hall, Manipur Technical University, Takyelpat, Imphal
Mode of the event: Presentation

Resource Persons
  1. PROF. (DR.) BHARATKUMAR BHAGATRAJ AHUJA (DIRECTOR COEP)
  2. PROF. (DR.) MUKUL S. SUTAONE (DEPUTY DIRECTOR COEP)
  3. V.N. PANDE (TEQIP-III COORDINATOR, COEP)
Coordinators
  • Dr. Biraj Sougaijam, Assistant Prof. and Head, ECE Dept., Manipur Technical University, Takyelpat.
  • Pinky Khundrakpam, Assistant Prof., ECE Dept. and Academic Nodal Officer, TEQIP-III, Manipur Technical University, Takyelpat.
Participants
  • All the faculties of the Manipur Technical University
About the Event

Good academic practice refers to the process of completing the academic work independently, honestly and in an appropriate academic style, using good referencing and acknowledging all of the sources. Achieving good academic practices involves developing one’s own independent evaluation of academic issues drawing upon research from academics on one’s field of study discussing and evaluating existing concepts and theories demonstrating one’s understanding of the key literature developing one’s own arguments. The workshop was sponsored by the Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme – III, under Ministry of Human Resources Development, Govt. of India. The workshop was conducted as a Twinning Activity with our mentor institute, College of Engineering Pune.

Coordinator’s statement

The workshop on “Best Academic Practices” was successfully organised and conducted on August 23, 2019. The resource persons from our twinning mentor, College of Engineering Pune delivered their expert lectures and shared many valuable information. The workshop not only achieved its aim but also helped in strengthening the relationship with the mentor institute and also increased our twinning activity.

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Participants’ Feedback

Overall feedback of the participants reflected that the workshop achieved its objectives and met their expectations.

Event Outcome with concluding remarks

The very essence of Best Academic Practices was highlighted and enlightened to the young and dynamic participants.

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Workshop on “Vision, Mission and Goal Statements”

A workshop on “Vision, Mission and Goal Statements” was organised by Manipur Technical University under the sponsorship of TEQIP-III on 23rd August2019 at the conference hall of the university.

Highlight of the workshop
Date: 23rd August 2019
Time: 2:30 pm to 6:00 pm
Venue: Conference Hall, Manipur Technical University, Takyelpat, Imphal
Mode of the event: Presentation

Resource Persons:
  1. PROF. (DR.) BHARATKUMAR BHAGATRAJ AHUJA (DIRECTOR COEP)
  2. PROF. (DR.) MUKUL S. SUTAONE (DEPUTY DIRECTOR COEP)
  3. V.N. PANDE (TEQIP-III COORDINATOR, COEP)
Coordinators:
  • Dr. Biraj Sougaijam, Assistant Prof. and Head, ECE Dept., Manipur Technical University, Takyelpat.
  • Merin Loukrakpam, Assistant Prof., ECE Dept. and Procurement Nodal Officer, TEQIP-III, Manipur Technical University, Takyelpat.
Participants:
  • All the faculties of the Manipur Technical University
About the event:

A Mission Statement defines the university’s purpose, its objectives and its approach to reach those objectives. A Vision Statement describes the desired future position of the company. Elements of Mission and Vision Statements are often combined to provide a statement of the university’s purposes, goals and values. The vision, mission and goal statements of the University were framed. The workshop was sponsored by the Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme – III, under the Ministry of Human Resources Development, Govt. of India. The workshop was conducted as a Twinning Activity with our mentor institute, College of Engineering Pune.

Coordinator’s statement:

The workshop on “Vision, Mission and Goal Statements” was successfully organised and conducted on August 23, 2019. The resource persons from our twinning mentor, College of Engineering Pune delivered their expert lectures and shared much valuable information. The workshop not only achieved its aim but also helped in strengthening the relationship with the mentor institute and also increased our twinning activity.

Participants’ Feedback:

 Overall feedback of the participants reflected that the workshop achieved its objectives and met their expectations. 

Event Outcome with concluding remarks:

Vision:

“To be the University Par Excellence, in the North Eastern Region of the Country, distinguished for its Locally and Globally Relevant Innovative Academic Programs, with Learner Centric Value based Transformative Education”

Mission:

  • To Develop and Deploy Innovative Academic Programs with Local and Global Relevance
  • To Exercise and Exert for Inclusive but Robust Quality-focused Teaching Learning Process
  • To Design and Deliver Knowledge, Values & Skill-focused Curriculum towards grooming Students as Life-Long-Learners
  • To groom learners as innovators and entrepreneurs.

Core Values:

 “S L I C E”

  • Self-reliance
  • Leadership
  • Integrity
  • Character building
  • Excellence

Goal Statements:

  1. To affiliate ten engineering institutions in the state.
  2. To improve student enrolment to the tune of 100% of existing strength.
  3. To establish at least two centres of excellence and allied PG and PhD programs.
  4. To achieve student-teacher ratio of 15:1.
  5. To get 100% academic programs accredited.
  6. To achieve all TEQIP benchmarks.
  7. To introduce two skill focussed PG Diploma Programs (multidisciplinary.)
  8. To have at least 10 industry MoUs across departments every year.
  9. Every faculty to publish at least 1 contributed paper in peer reviewed journal each year.
  10. 10% of graduating students to pursue higher studies and/or opting for entrepreneurship.
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Workshop on “Good Governance Practices”

A workshop on “Good Governance Practices” was organised by Manipur Technical University under the sponsorship of TEQIP-III on 23rd August2019 at the conference hall of the university.

Highlight of the workshop
Date: 23rd August 2019
Time: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Venue: Conference Hall, Manipur Technical University, Takyelpat, Imphal
Mode of the event: Presentation

Resource Persons:
  1. PROF. (DR.) BHARATKUMAR BHAGATRAJ AHUJA (DIRECTOR COEP)
  2. PROF. (DR.) MUKUL S. SUTAONE (DEPUTY DIRECTOR COEP)
Coordinators:
  • Pinky Khundrakpam, Assistant Prof., ECE Dept. and Academic Nodal Officer, TEQIP-III, Manipur Technical University, Takyelpat.
  • Merin Loukrakpam, Assistant Prof., ECE Dept. and Procuremet Nodal Officer, TEQIP-III, Manipur Technical University, Takyelpat.
Participants:
  • All the faculties of the Manipur Technical University
About the event:

In international development, good governance is a subjective term that describes how public institutions conduct public affairs and manage public resources in the preferred way.  Governance is “the process of decision making and the process by which decisions are implemented (or not implemented)” Adequate disclosures and effective decision making to achieve corporate objectives Transparency in business transactions Statutory and legal compliance Protection of shareholder interests Commitment to values and ethical conduct of business. The workshop on Good Governance Practices was conducted with the experts from the mentor institute, College of Engineering Pune.

Coordinator’s statement:

The workshop on “Good Governance Practices” was successfully organised and conducted on August 23, 2019. The resource persons from our twinning mentor, College of Engineering Pune delivered their expert lectures and shared many valuable information. The workshop not only achieved its aim but also helped in strengthening the relationship with the mentor institute and also increased our twinning activity.

Participants’ Feedback:

Overall feedback of the participants reflected that the workshop achieved its objectives and met their expectations.

Event Outcome with concluding remarks:

The very essence of Good Governance Practices was highlighted and enlightened to the young and dynamic participants.

 

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Industrial Visit Under Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) by JCRE

Industrial Visit Under Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) by JCRE was organised by Manipur Technical University on 7thAugust 2019 at the University Campus.

Highlight of the event

Date: 7th August 2019
Time: 10.30 am to 2.15 pm
Venue: Academic and Laboratory Building, Manipur Technical University, Imphal
Mode of the event: Industrial Visit

Request Letter

Visiting School

Praja High School, Lamsang.

Resource Person

The visit was successfully conducted with the help of the Head of Departments of Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Physics and Mechanical Engineering, the faculties. Technical team, Assistant Librarian and laboratory technical assistants of the respective departments at the various laboratories, library and server room.

Event In-Charge

The visit was organized by the JCRE under the RMSA scheme. From the University the event was Co-ordinated by Debina Laishram, Assistant Professor from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering.

Participants

Total of 43 Secondary and Higher secondary students of class IX and X along with their Teacher in-charge Anjali Tejmala.

Aim and Objective

The industrial visit by organized by JCRE under the Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) to educate the secondary and higher secondary government school students about the innovative field of engineering studies. The objective of the visit was to familiarize the students about various technical disciplines and their scope if they wish to pursue. The visit also aimed to promote the university across the state.

Event Schedule
Time Group I Group II Group III
10:30 am-11:15 am Physics & Chemistry Dept. EE & CSE Dept. Mechanical & ECE Dept.
11:15 am-12:00pm Mechanical & ECE Dept. Physics & Chemistry Dept. EE & CSE Dept.
12:00am-12:45 pm EE & CSE Dept. Mechanical & ECE Dept. Physics & Chemistry Dept.
12:45pm-1:30pm CE Dept. CE Dept. CE Dept.
1:30pm-2:00pm Server Room
2:00pm-2:15pm Library
 
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Dr. Ningombam Swapana, Head of Department and the laboratory assistants engaged the students in the Chemistry Lab.

Dr. Ningombam Swapana, Head of Department and the laboratory assistants engaged the students in the Chemistry Lab.
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Future Action Plan

The visit has widened the perspective of the students as they now have visually experienced the work and study of Technical education. The university encourages and plans to host such visits in future. In the successive visits, the university will emphasize the following:

  • Educate and reach out to higher secondary students who are interested in Engineering.
  • To impart knowledge about the state-of-the-art technical laboratory facilities in the university, students do not need to go outside the state for technical education.
  • Host full day activity related to school students. Enhance support for learners to make informed career choices.
  • Create a greater diversity of learning opportunities beyond school.
  • Coordinate with JCRE and more such organizations to indulge in schemes like RMSA.
Outcome and Concluding Remarks

The gap between theoretical learning and practical exposure is truly bridged by industrial visits. The importance of commercial visits is specified it’s been created necessary in several institutions.  Also, students are always interested in what kind of work they’d be doing once getting into their preferred industry. Through industrial visits, they’ll clarify their doubts and silence their curiosities. They’ll communicate with individuals and organizations to urge a transparent plan of their dream job.

It was a great opportunity for the students to experience this field of education, the wide scope it offers. The educational trip was very informative and gave the students a feel of the hard work, education and training in becoming a successful engineer in the field of Civil, Computer science, Electronics & Communication, Electrical and Mechanical engineering. The university was extremely proud and happy to have been a part of it.

Acknowledgement

 

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One Week Workshop on Curriculum Reforms

One Week Workshop on “Curriculum Reforms” was organised by Manipur Technical University under the sponsorship of TEQIP-III from 1st April to 5th April 2019 at the conference hall of the university.

About the Workshop

The workshop reviewed and analysed the existing practices in the design, implementation and evaluation of curriculum, particularly in the development of competency-based curriculum, in the field of technical education and facilitating the exchange of experiences among the participants. The workshop was sponsored by the Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme – III, under the Ministry of Human Resources Development, Govt. of India. The workshop was conducted as a Twinning Activity with our mentor institute, College of Engineering Pune.

Resource Persons
  1. Prof.(Dr) Gautam Sutradhar, Director, NIT Manipur
  2. Prof.(Dr) Khumanthem Manglem Singh, Professor, CSE Dept., NIT Manipur
  3. Prof.(Dr) S.D. Agashe, Professor, ICE Dept., COEP, Pune
  4. Prof.(Dr) Urmila Kar, Professor and Head, Education & Management Dept, NITTTR, Kolkata
  5. Prof.(Dr) Amarendra Kumar Das, Director, IIIT, Senapati, Manipur
Coordinator

Pinky Khundrakpam, Assistant Prof., ECE Dept. and Academic Nodal Officer, TEQIP-III, Manipur Technical University, Takyelpat

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Future Action

The knowledge gained will be applied in a future review of curriculums and Virtual Lab in association with the College of Engineering, Pune will be established.

Outcome

Outcome-based education model was thoroughly explained and discussed. The framing of mission, vision, program educational outcomes and course outcomes were discussed. The virtual laboratory of the College of Engineering Pune was demonstrated and invitation of becoming nodal institute was extended.

Acknowledgement

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