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33rd National Convention on “Advances in MEMS and Robotics in Manufacturing industries” will be held on 1-2 Sept.2017
The Institution of Engineers (India), Udaipur Local Centre is organising the 33rd National Convention of Mechanical Engineers at Udaipur. The Convention will be held on September 1-2, 2017. At this convention Engineers, Technologists, Scientists and Entrepreneurs from all over the country will be deliberating on the theme “Advances in MEMS and Robotics in Manufacturing Industries”.
You are requested to kindly motivate engineering students, fellow engineers, Technologists, Scientists and Entrepreneurs and faculty members of engineering institutes belonging to your area for participation/paper presentation in the convention. Kindly circulate the matter to all concerned for wide publicity and participation.
Papers are invited from academicians, Scientists, industry representatives, R& D organizations, Entrepreneurs, PG Students on the theme and sub-theme mentioned in the enclosed brochure.
The reviewed & accepted and Registered Papers will be published in Technical Proceedings having ISBN number and the selected and reviewed paper at headquarter level may be published in Springer/IEI Journal. The last date for submission of Abstract is extended to 25th June 2017 and the same be sent to email@example.com
You are requested to look into the matter personally and help us for contribution of quality papers on the theme and sub-theme for grand success of convention. Your kind confirmation for above is highly solicited.
One day Seminar on Mechanical Maintenance Schedule was organised on 29th April 2017, at Institution of Engr’s Udaipur Local centre premises. Chief guest of Inogral session was Sh. Mahesh Todkar Asstt. vice President HZL.
Guest speakers are Sh. Devendra Singh Seervee G.M.(Mech.) J.K.Tyre & Industries,Kankroli, Sr. Roshan Lal Dalal Sr. Section Engineer Indian Railway ,Udaipur & Sh. A. S. Choondawat former G.G.M. R.S.M.M.Ltd.
Recognition of excellent contributory work at Bakersfield, California, U.S.A.
Er. M. K. Mathur Chairman Udaipur Local Centre of The Institution of Engineers India, went to Bakersfield, California, U.S.A. in January,2016. During his stay there he met with educational dignitaries engaged at Kern County Science Foundation.
The foundation held a Regional Science fair on 15/03/2016 at Bakersfield, California.
It is a matter of Pride that Er. Mahemdra Kumar Mathur Chairman Udaipur Local Centre acted as one of the Judges for Regional Science fair at Bakersfield, California, U.S.A. His work was well appreciated for which a letter received from Kern County Foundation..
Essay competition is organized for the students of engineering discipline for their involvement in celebration of World Telecommunication and Information society Day (WTISD-2017) on May 10, 2017 at 5.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m.
This day marks the anniversary of the signature of the first International Telegraph Convention in 1865 which led to the creation of the International Telecommunication Union. The theme of this year’s WTISD “ICT Entrepreneurship for Social Impact”
To celebrate this year’s theme The Institution of Engineers (India), Udaipur Local Centre invite interested participants from under graduate engineering students to take active participation.
First Prize Rs. 1000.00 Second Prize Rs. 800.00
Third prize- Rs. 600/-
The participants are requested to send their INDIVIDUAL nomination on or before May 06, 2017 by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org giving their name, class and Institution they represent.
National President of IEI ( INDIA ) Dr. L. V. Murlakrishana Reddy visited Udaipur local center on 9th Oct. 2015.
Dr. L. V. Murlakrishana Reddy took a meeting in the center he appriaciated the activities of the center & happy to note that this center is working as one of the best center. Remark of the President is as mentioned below.
One of the potential centre to become best centre of IEI, I visited today . Impressed with feacility created for Engineering community & this region. All the best for their en devour for future groth to serve Engineering profession & I will support in all possibility.
Plantation was also done by President Dr. L. V. Murlakrishana Reddy ,Er. A.S.Choondawat (Chairman), Er.M. K. Mathur (Honorary Secratory), Dr. S.S.Rathore( Past Chairman),& Dr.Y.C.Bhatt (Past Chairman) in the premisses of the center. on the occasion
48th Engineers day celebration was held on 15 Sept,2015 at 6.00 PM. Venue: 128, The Institution of Engineers,Udaipur Local Centre,UDAIPUR.
Chief Guest: Er. G.S. Tonk. Former Chairman R.P.S.C., Ajmer, Rajasthan.
Key note Speaker: Dr. Nityesh Bhatt,Associate Professor, Nirma University, Ahmadabad.
THEME: ENGINEERING CHALLENGES FOR KNOWLEDGE ERA September 15 is celebrated every year in the country as “Engineers’ Day” to commemorate the birthday of the legendary engineer Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya. Sir Visvesvaraya, an eminent Indian engineer and statesman was born in a remote village of Karnataka, the State that is incidentally now the Hitech State of the country. Due to his outstanding contribution to the society, Government of India conferred “Bharat Ratna” on this legend in the year 1955. He was also called the precursor of economic planning in India. His learned discourse on economic planning in India, Planned Economy for India and Reconstructing India, was the first available document on the planning effort of the country and it is still held as the parent source matter for economic planners. A theme of national importance is chosen every year by the National Council of the Institution and deliberated at its various State/Local Centres to educate the engineering fraternity in general and the society in particular. This year the National Council of the Institution has selected the theme as “Engineering Challenges for Knowledge Era”. Tremendous developments are taking place in science, technology and engineering world over and the knowledge has become the new currency of national economics. Engineers have a pre-eminent role in the knowledge economy. Innovation of new products and processes form the core of new knowledge which has to be governed by intellectual property rights related safe guards including applicability of Cyber loss. Changing technologies, disruptive technologies and path breaking technological developments will have to be mastered exploited in all engineering disciplines. Promoting research and development, nurturing entrepreneurship and succeeding in making world class products all will form major activities in this regard. Further interdisciplinary team efforts are needed to succeed in mapping the benefits of knowledge economy. Technology manpower planning in the networked economy hinges on developing base of skilled and knowledgeable manpower of high calibre to usher in a talent-drive economic revolution. Both the Industry and Academia has equal responsibility to share to ensure that the engineers become ready to face the growing and ever-changing need in this knowledge era. IEI has an important role in this endeavour. The theme chosen for Engineer’s Day 2015 celebrations “Engineering challenges for Knowledge Era” will address all these aspects.
Fellow member of IEI Udr. Dr. N. S. Rathore has appointed & joined as Dy. Director General ( Education ),ICAR, Pusa Campus from MPAUT,Udaipur. Congratulations sir. Brief Biodata of Dr. Narendra Singh Rathore (Mobile 09414166961)
Qualification: B.E., M.Tech. (IIT D) and Ph.D. (Agril. Engg.)
Work experience: Total 34 yrs SAU experience i.e. Founder Vice Chancellor SKNAU, Jobner, DDG (Engg) ICAR, Dean College of Dairy and Food science Technology (7 years), Dean (Student Welfare) (6 years), Dean College of Technology and Engineering (2.5 years), HOD in CTAE (6 years), PI AICRP on RES (7 years), Project Coordinator TBU-IC and RBTC (9 years).
Specialization: Renewable Energy in Agriculture, Food Processing and Value addition.
Advanced training attended;Food and Agriculture Business Management (Cornell University USA), Agro Forestry (University of Arizona), Bio Energy (University of Oxford), Waste Recycling (University of Murdoch, Western Australia).
Awards: 21 Awards i.e. Young Scientist, Outstanding book, Outstanding Services, ISAE Commendation and Team, Hindi Research Paper, World Bank IDM-2007, Best Teacher,Energy Conservation, National Technology Day,Global Dairy Innovation, IE Fellow and SEE Award.
Foreign Visit: Total 7 countries i.e. 3 times USA, Australia, Kenya, UK, Singapore, Kuwait, Tanzania and Thailand and signed MOU for student & staff exchange and R&D activities.
Training Organized:8 International Training, 35 National training, 26 State training and 12 ISTE Summer & Winter School and 36 exposure meet.
Project handled: 51 R&D projects & 3 International projects i.e. PISCES, CDM &FT.
Technology Developed: Commercialized six technologies through NRDC.
Publication: 32 Books, 24 research papers in referred National Journal, 12 in International Journal, 85 in National and International Proceeding, 29 Proceeding, 14 Review reports and 46 Booklets & Laboratory manual works etc. Delivered 32 key note lectures.
Supervised:30 M.Tech, 15 Ph.D. & 13 M.Sc. Presently 2 M.Tech.& 3 Ph.D. are working.
Funds Attracted: 35 crore from ICAR, MOFPI, DST, MNRE and AICTE for infrastructure development and experiential learning
Linkage Developed: At state level (6), national level (4) and international level (2) and conducted three projects under multi-disciplinary networking program covering areas of Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Sikkim and Gujarat.
Other Academic Attainment: Chief Coordinator of MNRE Improved Cook stoves project, PCRA Solar Tunnel Drying Project. Member IV Dean Committee for revision of UG and PG courses. Started new courses i.e. B.Tech. (Bio Tech) in CDFST, M. Tech. and Ph.D in Post Harvest Engineering and M.B.A. (Technology) at CTAE and M.Sc. (Agri-ICT) in SKNAU.
Instrumental in designing of National Vocational Education Qualification Framework in Agriculture as a part of NVEQF, Govt of India. Attended 17 visits for approval and accreditation of institutions.
All India Seminar on e-Governance
The Institution of Engineers (India), Udaipur Local Centre in association with Computer Society of India , Udaipur Chapter and Association of Computer Machinery, Udaipur Chapter organized All India Seminar on e-governance from 30th-31st July 2015.
The inaugural function of the seminar was distinguished with the presence of Shri Rohit Gupta, IAS District Collector, Udaipur by lighting the lamps along with other dignitaries present on the occasion. Shri Rohit Gupta congratulated the organizers for selecting such an interesting topic for deliberation. Further he spoke about by using the e-governance how to help the people of Udaipur.
Dr. Neeta Shah, Former Director, E-Governance, Gujrat Informatics Limited, Govt. of Gujarat was the Guest-of-Honour on this occasion. Dr Shah by presentation stressed upon the use of e-Governance in Gujarat and facing problems in implementation of it in Gujarat. She told that maximum use of e-Governance is being applying in Gujarat comparing to any other state of the country.
Er. Bharat Patel, Director, Yudiz Solutions Pvt. Limited, Ahmedabad and Member Computer Engineering Division was the Guest-of-Honour on this occasion. He pointed out that various aspects of e-governance and also spoke on Cyber security and cyber crime.
Prof. Karunesh Saxena Special Guest & Speaker briefed about e-Governance with audio visual presentation.
Er. A.S. Choondawat, Chairman of the Centre, delivered the welcome address and in his address he focused on the importance of e-governance in the present era.
The program was organized and hosted by Er. Amit Joshi. Organising Secretary of the function elaborated the theme. Vote of thanks was given by Er. M.K. Mathur Honorary Secretary of the Centre
In technical session Dr. Mahipal Singh Devra of Bhupal Nobels Sansthan, details about the applications of the e-governance, Dr. Manuj Joshi of Sunrise Group of Institutions, also focused on the implicational aspects of the e-governance. The session was chaired & co-ordinate by Er. Sanjay Agal.
The second day of the Seminar was ongoing by the technical Speech of the Dr. Manju Mandot of Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University, Dr Sanjay Gaur, Associate Professor Madhav University, Mt. Abu. Dr.gour delivered their presentation on the E-Governance-middleware and technology standard for e-governance Dr. Paras Kothari, Principal Samarth group of colleges, presented their speech on the higher education and e-Governance with the flavor of distance education. He also discussed with digitalization and future online education scenario.
The chief guest of the valedictory function was Er. Mohan Talesara, Managing Director Kan Software, Udaipur. Er. Mohan Talesara discussed about the technological aspect of the transparency through the e-governance and accountability about of the task happened in the government offices and departments.
Er. M.K. Mathur Honorary Secretary of the Centre proposed the Vote of thanks & congratulates organizers for such a wonderful success of the Seminar.
It’s our great pleasure to inform you that our past Honorary Secretary of this centre received Distinguished Academic Achievement Award in Recognition of Dedication, Outstanding Achievements and Research Contribution in the area of Emerging Trends in Networks and Computer Communications on the SCI research day of Namibia University of Science and Technology on July 31, 2015.
Shri Dharam Singh also appointed as a DISTINGUISHED SPEAKER OF THE ACM for THREE YEARS by the ACM President, Prof. Alexander L. Wolf. This is a high recognition of individual contribution in advancing Computing as Science and Profession and as one of the World Technology leaders and Innovators.
Many many congratulations to him for this achievement.