Mr. Vinod Kotebavi(Assistant Professor – Sr Gr) attended workshop on “how to handle your car when it breaks down” exclusively for SAEINDIA Bangalore section's members on June 11th, 2016. It was organized by SAEINDIA, Bangalore section at Navnit Motors, near Electronic city. Mr.MunirathnamDhananjayan, MD,Focus Engineering & BMW certified after sales consultant, also member of the management committee of SAEINDIA,Bangalore section, handled the workshop.
International Conference on Advances in Materials and Manufacturing Applications – 2016 (IConAMMA - 2016)
The Department of Mechanical Engineering, School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Bengaluru campus organized “International Conference on Advances in Materials and Manufacturing Applications – 2016 (IConAMMA - 2016) in association withIOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering during 14th July to 16th July, 2016. All accepted papers of IConAMMA 2016 will be published by IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, which is indexed through Conference Proceedings Citation Index – Science (CPCI-S), Thomson Reuters, Web of Science, Scopus, Compendex, Inspec, INIS (International Nuclear Information System), Chemical Abstracts, NASA Astrophysics Data System Polymer Library. All presented papers will have an open access and will be available at this link
The inaugural function was conducted on 14th July 2016. Dr. Rakesh S. G., Associate Dean, Amrita School of Engineering, Bengaluru briefed the gathering about Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham. Br. Dhanraj Swamiji – Director Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Bengaluru Campusblessed the gathering. Dr. Veeresh Kumar. G. B, Chair IConAMMA – 2016 talked about the conference theme and objectives. Dr. Nagaraja S. R. introduced the chief guest and guest editors. Prof. C S P Rao and Prof. S Basavarajappa, the Guest Editors for the conference proceedings, shared their valuable experience with the participants. The Chief Guest of IConAMMA, Sri Sudhir Kumar Mishra, C.E.O. & M.D., BrahMoS Aerospace, New Delhi, delivered the key note address on “Development of the BrahMoS Missiles”.Mr. Pramod R, proposed the vote of thanks.
A total of 506 papers from INDIA, U.S.A, Israel, Ethiopia, Malaysia, Australia, Singapore and Germany were received. After a double peer review process by review and advisory by subject experts across the globe, 246 papers were accepted, 226 registered and 202 presented in the proceedings of IConAMMA 2016 by means of oral presentations in 6 parallel and a total of 47 technical sessions. During the conference M/s DUCOM Instruments Pvt. Ltd., Bengalurugave a demo session of their equipments.
Dr. Rakesh S. G., Dr. Nagaraja S. R., Dr. T. Srinivas Rao, Dr. Debjyoti Sahu, Mr. Phanibhushana. M. V. and Mr.Ravi Kumar. V chaired technical sessions in the conference.
All the faculty and staff members actively participated in the event to make it a grand success.
Workshop on “Micro & Smart Systems Technology”
A two days’ workshop on “Micro & Smart systems Technology” was organized by Mr.BasavrajuNoolvi, Mr. RaviKumar.Von 10/09/15 to 11/09/2015 Mr.M.V. Phanibhushana, Mrs.MrudulaPrashanth, Mr.Pramod.R,Mr.MohanKumar.S co-ordianted the event.
A session on Autodesk Fusion 360 was conducted by Mr. Suraj, an intern at Autodesk, on 20th November, 2016.
Autodesk Fusion 360 is a software for mechanical engineers that allows them to efficiently design, assemble and simulate components. Mr. Suraj began with an introduction of the various options in the toolbar of Fusion 360. He also explained the cloud rendering option, which made the rendering process smoother.
The session ended with an introduction to the simulation process on Autodesk Fusion 360.
JIDO, the Industrial Automation club, hosted a talk on 3D Printing on 15th November, 2016 at Amrita School of Engineering, Bengaluru. The talk was delivered by Mr. S. Sanjeevkumar, Assistant Manager, Monotech Systems Limited, Bangalore and was followed by a live demonstration of the working of a 3D Printer.
Mr. Sachin Pullil(Year III, ME), Secretary, JIDO, welcomed the gathering to the event. He spoke of the importance of 3D Printing as a contemporary manufacturing process that is used to increase the efficiency of the product design and manufacturing process. Mr. Sandeep Koundinya, Asst. Professor, Dept. of ME, felicitated the guests which was followed by an address from Mr. Sanjeev Kumar.
First part of the session was a lecture on 3D Printing, its applications and technology. Mr. Sanjeev Kumar briefed the audience about Rapid Prototyping in which a group of techniques used to quickly fabricate a prototype of a product, and its role in the manufacturing of the product. He then explained about 3D Printing which is one of the most popular techniques of Rapid Prototyping. Mr. Sanjeev Kumar showcased many videos which showed different types of 3D Printers available in the market, its working and applications. Also, he explained the 3D printing services that MonotechSystems offers. He spoke about how 3D printing can be used to create prototypes of machine parts and how final year engineering students can make use of this technology in their B. Tech. project.
The second part of the session was a live demonstration about the functioning of a 3D Printer. Mr. Sanjeev Kumar had brought with him a 3D Printer on which he printed a circular object so that students could visualize how a 3D Printer works. He also showcased several small objects that he had printed prior to the session, such as various gears, a toy fan, a kidney and a scale model of a villa. Mr. Sanjeev Kumar explained to the students that the products of 3D Printing are of two types: ones that only have sufficient strength to be used as physical models, and ones that have adequate strength to be directly implemented as a machine element.
Post talk, Mr. Prashanth B. N., Mentor - JIDO, Dept. of ME, presented a memento to the representative of Monotech Systems. Mr. Sachin concluded the session by delivering a vote of thanks to the delegates from Monotech Systems as well as to everyone who helped in making the event successful.
Wholistically, the talk proved to be very inspiring and informative for the students. The underlying technology like 3D printing of object was demonstrated in live with a 3D printer. Further, the lecture provided an interactive atmosphere between the resource person and the students which benefited the students at large.
JIDO – The Automation Club in association with Ingenium – The Mechanical Forum organized an industrial visit to CMTI, Tumkur Road, Bangalore on 6th October 2016 for the ASEB mechanical students. Thirty S8 ME students accompanied by Mr. Prashanth B N and Mr. Pramod R, faculty in the Department of Mechanical Engineering visited the plant. CMTI is an R & D organization focusing its efforts mainly on harnessing know-how in the manufacturing technology sector to practical purposes and assisting technological growth in the country. CMTI has the role of being a Catalyst and a Key Player in manufacturing technology growth in the country. Students were first briefed about the company, its technology and how the entire infrastructure of the plant is spread-out. A guide was allotted throughout the plant visit, who explained about the current thrust areas of manufacturing technology. All the students were guided to various departments such as Precision Engineering, Product Development etc. and explained about the activities and services such as Prototype Development and Engineering, CAD, CAM and CIM, Metrology and Calibration, Rapid prototyping, Nanotechnology and Academy & Training the CMTI provides. Also the students were given a brief about the new initiatives of CMTI such as Nano Manufacturing Technology Centre (NMTC), Academy of Excellence for Advanced Manufacturing Technology (AEAMT), Digital Design Centre (DDC), Sensors & Vision Technology (SVT) and Advanced Machine Tool Testing Facility (AMTTF).
The trip bolstered the understanding of the students with the fast changing technology in thrust areas of manufacturing to support and serve in the manufacturing sector. Also it gave an insight on how shop floors are designed to give maximum production in least time.
The club "JIDO - Simplified Automation" is an Automation Club of ASE-B under the Department of Mechanical Engineering organized a two days’ workshop cum national level competition on Industrial Automation PLC & SCADA in association with Innovians Technologies, New Delhi and Technez '17, IIT, Varanasi on 1st & 2nd October 2016, held at ASE-B. 186 students from first years to final years of various branches of ASE-B attended the workshop and participated in the event effectively. The first day of the workshop effectively utilized for the inauguration of Jido club. The event began with the ceremonial lighting of the lamp. Dr. Veeresh Kumar G.B., Associate Professor, Dept. of ME, delivered the inaugural speech. Dr. Nagaraja S. R., Head of Department, Dept. of ME, shed light on the importance of industrial automation. Mr. Prashanth B. N., Mentor - JIDO, Dept. of ME, introduced the club and spoke about its functionalities and responsibilities. Finally, Mr. R. Pramod, Assistant Professor, Dept. of ME, delivered the vote of thanks to the gathering. Mr. Sachin Pullil (5S, ME), Secretary, Jido, introduced the members of the club for the academic year 2016-17 and presented a video which expounded on the objectives of the club. The inauguration was followed by the workshop.
The workshop commenced with the introduction to the basics of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC’s); a medium between servers and industrial instruments by Mr. Syed Md Asdaur Rahman, Trainer, Innovians Technologies, New Delhi, who was the instructor for both days of the workshop. The participants spent the first day mastering PLC and its features, namely, logic gates, timers, counters and reset function.
The second day witnessed the introduction to Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA); a system for remote control of industrial operations. The participants poured over the techniques behind animating an industrial system that consisted of pumps, pipes, tanks and valves, and carrying out various processes, such as filling and draining, in these systems. The participants were then taught how to configure PLCs to their SCADA systems, which is an important part of real life industrial operations.
The workshop culminated in a competition that was held for the topics of both PLC and SCADA. A question was posed in each of the two categories and one team from each category would qualify for the national level competition at IIT, Varanasi. Mr. Manoj A., Mr. Sumedh N. and Mr Vivek K.R. (3S, ECE) qualified for the PLC category. Mr. Sai Sathish M.R. (5S ECE), Mr. A. Kamal Mohan (1S, CSE), Mr. Abhiram B. (5S, EIE) and Mr. K.V. Pawan Kumar (IS, CSE) were selected for the SCADA category. The winners won the opportunity to represent ASE-B who will be competing directly in the final round competition to be held in IIT, Varanasi in Feb 2017.
At the end of the workshop, Dr. Veeresh Kumar G. B felicitated the trainers and presented them the mementos. Following this, Mr. Syed Md Asdaur Rahman, Dr. Veeresh Kumar G. B. and Mr. Prashanth B. N., presented the participants with their Certificate of Merit for attending the workshop.
Altogether, the event was a grand success serving as a complete package of plentiful entertainment, technical grooming and developing competitive spirit. At the end of the day, it helped in instilling a sense of confidence and immense pleasure among participants and boosted their interest to go ahead in this fascinating field and achieve bigger milestones of success.
The event was conducted on September 24, 2016.Mr. Vivek Raju, Application Engineer, MathWorks India Private Limited, Bengaluru introduced the Mechanical Engineering students of S3 & S5 and faculty to MATLAB, Simulink and Simscape which included analyzing and plotting data using MATLAB; modelling, simulation and vibrational analysis of a simple spring mass, damper system and using Simulink and one-dimensional simulation using Simscape.
Mr. MadhuKiran, Senior Application Engineer, MathWorks India Private Limited, Bengaluru took charge to introduce the audience to the interface of MATLAB and Simulink through a hands-on session, post the introductory talk by Mr. Vivek Raju. The session was concluded with the discussion on how the workshop can be extended to an advanced level in the near future.
Dr. Mohammed Khasawneh, Professor, Binghamton University, State University of New York delivered an invited talk on Lean Six Sigma Principles and their importance in quality control in industries at Amrita School of Engineering, Bengaluru on September 23,2016.
A session was held on 11th of August, 2016 by Mr. Bhanu Prakash, Manager – Learning Solutions and Mr. Kiran M S, Application Engineer – PLM Support, EDS Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Bengaluru. The session was organized for S5 Mechanical Engineering students to educate them about the CAD software - Catia V5. An overview of various advantages through the knowledge of Catia and a wide range of developments in the PLM environment at the industry level was given by the delegate. The session provided an insight into the industrial working methods and the fundamental readiness required for competing with other job aspirants.
An Invited Talk on Catia V5 and CREO Parametric by Cyber Metric Services India Pvt. Ltd. Bengaluru was organized by the forum on 5th August 2016.Mr. A U Monnappa, Technical Head, Cyber Metric Services India Pvt. Ltd. Bengaluru, conducted a short session for the students of S2 and S5 ME, ASE, Bengaluru. A glimpse of CAD softwares namely, Catia V5 and CREO Parametric was given to create the awareness of career opportunities that can open up due to knowledge of the same and also to promote active learning beyond the college curriculum so as to gain an extra edge over the competitors vying for the same opportunities as others.
A Demonstration of 3D Printing Technology by CADD Centre, Bengaluru was organized on 4th August 2016 by the forum. Mr. Vidya Shankar M N, Business head – GSC and Mr. Yuvaraj, Zonal Head, CADD Centre, Bengaluru delivered an invited talk on 3D Printing Technology .The session began with an introduction on the major advantages and unfolding opportunities of 3D Printing, followed by an analysis of the day to day uses of 3D printing, viz., manufacturing of artificial body parts in the industry of medicine, the general cut down in production costs, as both plastic and metals can now be base materials in 3D printing. The session concluded with a demonstration of the 3D Printing of a plastic gear model. Students of 3S and 5S ME attended the event.
SAEINDIA Collegiate Club, ASE Bangalore has qualified for the Main BAJA SAEINDIA. BAJA is an event for the undergraduate engineering students, organized globally by the Society of Automotive Engineers. The Virtual Baja is the first round in this competition, and it was held on 24th June at Christ University, Bangalore. Five students from a team of 25, represented the Collegiate Club. They gave a presentation on the virtual design of their All-terrain vehicle and online exam.
Industrial Visit to ‘Ashok-Leyland’ - SAEINDIA Collegiate club ASE Bangalore, organized an industrial visit to Ashok-Leyland plant on 15th April 2016 for SAEINDIA student members. The plant is located in Hosur -Tamil Nadu. 39 students of 6S Mechanical Engineering along with two faculty members Mr. Vinod Kotebavi and V Ravikumar visited the plant. The manufacturing plant is completely dedicated for engine manufacturing. From the manufacturing of ‘engine head’ to the final assembly, all the processes were completely shown and explained to students by the engineers present in the plant. This industrial visit to Ashok-Leyland has given students a practical experience of what they have learned about IC-Engines in the theory course.
Auto Mechanika is an event conducted by Ingenium in collaboration with SAEINDIA from 8th March 2016 to 12th March 2016. The event consisted of a 5 days’ seminar aimed at giving an insight into the modern day engines, transmission systems, exhaust norms and other improvements in automotive technology.
The event was executed in a way that the students had to take up a specific component or topic and with the help of videos and Power Point Presentations, had to explain the working and advancements in technology when compared to the conventional engines. The audience were passionate about the automobiles and highly appreciated the event. This was followed by a competition where 5 finalists were asked to design, an engine based on the given requirements. The best team was awarded. The 3rd year ME students mainly participated in the event.
Industrial visit to Varahi and Kaiga Power Plants - An Industrial visit to Varahi and Kaiga Power Plant was organized for 6S ME students by the forum on 25/02/2016. Mr. Ravi Kumar, the mentor of the forum and Mr. BasavarajNoolvi, &Mr. Dileep B. P, Assistant professors, Mechanical Department accompanied the students.T. Viswajit V. Sai Teja, Padma Ooha& P.L.NSriHarsha of 6S ME co-ordinated the event.
“The Varahi Hydroelectric power station and Kaiga Nuclear power” plant is located along the Varahi River and along Kali River respectively. This visit was organized to give an industrial exposure, also to make them learn and appreciate the practical use of machines and equipment in large scale industries.
Screw up your brain with Ingenium V - The event was held on 25/02/16. The topic of discussion was, the working of a cross bow, the way they were made and used in the past which was followed by the Mythbuster section with the topic “Dental floss ,the latest Hacksaw…” with a real life example of an escapade of a prisoner using dental floss to break bars to evade to the outside world. A total of 43 students attended this event.
Polymer Casting - The event was held on 19/02/2016. 69 Students of 1st, 2nd and 3rd year attended the event in 23 groups of 3 per group. Participants were asked to use patterns and cast it by making a mold. An ISO Polymer was used for preparing the cast.
At first a demonstration was given on how to prepare a mould and cast the material.The students were provided with the facilities and were asked to prepare the cast. Students prepared the moulds and poured the liquid polymer with accelerator and hardener into the molds and allowed it to solidify for a day. Next day participants removed their cast from the moulds and cleaned the cast using sand paper. The event was judged by Mr. Dileep, Assistant professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering.
G. Pradeep kumar, J. Pridhvi Raj, R. Mageshwar of 4S won the first place and Ch. GunaSekhar 4S, A. Hemateja, & C. Vineeth won the second place in senior category.
Abhitej, K.Jayarami Reddy &K.N.V.Shankar of 2S won the first place, Charan&Anudeep of 2S won the second place in junior category.
The event had a healthy participation from students of 2S, 4S &6S and it helped them gain an experience of simple casting technique.
Bridge the Gap- On Friday, 16th February 2016 Ingenium conducted an event called “Bridge the gap”. The objective of the event was to construct a bridge with the given materials. The students from all branches of Amrita School of Engineering attended this event.
The participants were asked to build a bridge between two desks separated by a certain distance. They were provided with cardboard, black chart paper, glue, ice cream sticks, thread and a cutter. The time allotted to them to accomplish the task was one hour. Around 70 participants took part in nineteen groups of four per group. The bridges were judged on four categories namely design, creativity, strength and use of materials. Scores were provided for each of these categories individually and summed up to judge the winner. The Judges of the event were Mr. BasavarajNoolvi, Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, ASE, Bengaluru.
Rohit, Varun&Vishal of 6S ME won the I place and the Runners-up were Ebin Jose Akash P.M &Anand of 2S ME.
Screw up your brain with Ingenium-IV- The event was conducted on 11th feb 2016, this is in continuation with the previous event Screw up your brain III. Around 76 students from Second and Fourth semester participated in the event. It had two phases.<br /> Phase I- Discussion about mechanism: A brief discussion on aircraft carrier’s landing and take-off mechanism were explained in detail by the club secretary Viswajit. A lot of questions were raised on the topic which were adequately answered.<br /> Phase II-Myth Buster: The popular myth, “Can a penny dropped from the Empire State Building kill a person?” was discussed. The students thoroughly enjoyed the event .They left the classroom, learning new mechanisms and also were happy about the event.
As a part of SAEINDIA, SAE OFF- HIGHWAY BOARD organized SINE (Student INdustry Education) - 2105 a workshop to aspire women engineers in the field of Off- Highway industry. This two weeks induction program 13-12-2015 to 24-12-2015 on Off- Highway companies was held in Pune, Maharashtra with the support of 9 organizations (John Deere, Ansys, Eaton, Caterpillar, Varroc, Cummins, PTC, ARAI, COEP) along with 25 women engineers, selected across India from 22 different universities.
D. Manaswini (BL.EN.U4MEE13029) of 5S from Amrita School of Engineering – Bengaluruwas selected for this workshop. The overall agenda of this workshop was to create awareness about Off- Highway industry among women engineers. In the span of 2 weeks there were interactive sessions with CEO’s, Marketing Heads, and senior most employees and provided an opportunity to learn about their experiences, challenges they faced in this industry and the way they resolved with a great team spirit.
The student visited manufacturing plants, assembly lines, IOC centers, testing centers where she acquired a practical knowledge on product life cycle and the challenges they faced during the course of different processes. This workshop gave her a broader perspectiveabout industrial environment and co-ordination of different departments to achieve an effective output for betterment of company, without compromising on core values of the organization. In brief this workshop taught her about Off- Highway industry, its scope for new innovations in the area, production management and acted as a bridge between theoretical knowledge and Industrial requirement.
SAEINDIA Collegiate club organized a workshop on “Introduction to I.C Engines” on 7th & 8th October. The event was basically meant to introduce the students to the world of internal combustion engine. SAE club student members organized this event. On the first day they covered theoretical explanation of the engines and on the second day they did practical demonstration of the engines. The first day garnered the participation of around eighty students from various disciplines. The second day of practical demonstration received enthralling response of one hundred fifty students who actively participated in the event.
An Industrial Visitto Chennai for 55 students of S5 Mechanical was organized by INGENIUM on 26th and 27th of February 2015. The students visited the premises of Ltd on the 26 February. Danfossis a Fortune 500 company involved in the production of refrigerants and valves. The students visited the assembly line of the pressure process controller and air moisture filter. On the 27 February a visit was made to manufacturing unit – II of On Load Gear Pvt Ltd. On Load Gear (OLG) are major manufacturers of vacuum circuit breakers, Switch Panels, Gear boxes and gears. The entire trip was organized to serve as a bridge between the students learning and understanding. The students were exposed to the routines and practices followed in factories.Mr. Ravi Kumar.VandMr. Divakar Shetty A.S.Assistant Professors, Department of Mechanical Engineering accompanied the students .A seminar was organized by INGENIUM, for the 115 students of S4 Mechanical on 13th February 2015 related to the topic trends.
A trip was organized by Ingenium for students of S4 Mechanical Engineering to IMTEX 2015, on 24 January 2015, at Bangalore International Exhibition Centre on Tumkur Road. 52 students made use of the opportunity. The students were showcased the very latest trends as well as technology refinement from India and other global players like South Korea, Germany, China etc in the field of Machine tools.
A total of 15 students (grouped into 6 teams) participated in this National Level competition. Around 260 teams from all over India participated in this event.The top 5 finalists are D R Adinath, K VikasBhat, Vivek G, RonyRobbson and Vaishakh Chandrashekaran of S4.
The following students of Department of Mechanical Engineering, ASE Bangalore who qualified the zonal rounds (held at ASE Bangalore), attended the Automobile Championship held at IIT Delhi. The event was organized by Robosapiens Technologies in collaboration with Tryst 2015(IIT Techinical fest) It was held from 27th Feb to 2nd March 2015. The event comprised of two quiz competitions and a final round, which was a hands on assembly of an engine.
The SAEINDIA collegiate club, ASE Bangalore, in association with Robosapiens Technologies Pvt Ltd, Delhi, conducted Two days workshop on ‘Automobile Engine Mechanics’ in our campus on 15th and 16th of November 2014 under the able guidance of Mr. VinodKotebavi, Asst Prof (Sr –Gr) Department of Mechanical Engineering and co-ordinated by Mr. Atulyaudaykumar and Mr. R Praveen of S5 Mech. It is an International level Automobile Championship and workshop series hosted by Robosapiens Technologies Pvt Ltd and IIT Delhi. A total of 58 Students (55 from ASE Bangalore and 3 from other colleges) registered for this event. The following three groups have qualified for the final round which will be held in IIT Delhi in March 2015.
A wax casting event was held at the Foundry lab by Ingenium and Kala (the art club) on 18th October 2014 from 3:30-4:30 pm. 20 teams with 2 members a team participated. The participants were to make a mould and pour molten wax into the moulds to obtain castings of the mould. Cash prizes of Rs.350 and Rs.200 were given to the first place winning team and second place winning team respectively.
Student of 5S and 7S Mechanical Engineering visited Aircraft Systems and Testing Establishment, HAL, Yemalur ,Bengaluru, on 8th october 2014 as a part of industrial visit organized by Ingenium forum,Mechanical Department under the mentorship of Mr.RaviKumar.V. Mr.Raghavendra Ravikiran, Mr.Dileep.B.P and Mr.Akhil.J, faculty of the department of Mechanical Engineering accompanied the students. Students had a close interaction with engineers of ASTE and could learn about their valuable experiences. They got the chance to see various aircraft designs and models.
A talk by a delegation from Pro/E Creo CAD Training Center was organized for the students of 140 S3 Mechanical on the topic "Designing on PTC Creo" by CMS Technologies Pvt. Ltd at E-Learning Hall. The students were given an insight on the advantages of CMS-Pro\E course and how it has been developed to cater to Engineering students seeking to improve their employment prospects by improving their skills and build their career through higher productivity and technical expertise. The talk was organized on 20th August 2014 at E-Learning hall.
A talk on “Digital Solutions in PLM” was organized by Ingenium club under the able mentorship of Mr. Ravi Kumar.V on 19/8/2014. The programme was organized at Krishna Hall. 50 students of 5S, Mechanical Engineering attended the same The resource person was Mr. G. V Ravi Kumar, Head-Training and EDS Technologies Private Limited, who gave an excellent insight into the topic and shared his experience at Ashok Leyland Pvt Ltd. and at EDS Technologies. He explained how PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) is being revolutionized by using digital solutions like CATIA by saving time, money and effort and why it is important in today’s industries. The session was highly interactive with students involving in the discussion.
A technical talk on “Basics of Machining” was organized by Ingenium club under the able mentorship of Mr.Ravi Kumar.V on 6/8/2014. Mr. Prasanna, Head Training, Guhring Private limited was the resource person. He delivered a talk on the machining processes and its application in tool cutting industries. It was an interactive session with loads of videos to aid visualisation on the topic. The students had an excellent insight to what the cutting tool industries do, challenges faced by them and how they overcome it. The Seminar was attended by 120 S5 & S7 Mechanical students at E- Learning Hall.
The following students of SAEINDIA collegiate club attended the 'Virtual Baja 2014' ,representing 'Amrita School Of Engineering' ,which was organized by SAE India on the 1st and 2nd August at the Gujarat Technical University, Ahmedabad. Mr. Vinod Kotebavi guided the team as a faculty advisor. The Team consisted of 25 students.
Sugosh G, (VII Semester Mech)
Arjun Kanoor (VII Semester Mech)
Satya Praveen (V Semester Mech)
Atulya Uday Kumar (V Semester Mech)