A total of 350 contributors from 76 groups which include learners from IITs and NITs participated in the function, in which a crew of 5 students and 1 college mentor presented their work on ‘Power Educate Design and style of Electrical Vehicle’
A staff of pupils from the Department of Automobile Engineering FET, Manav Rachna Intercontinental Institute of Study and Scientific studies secured 2nd place in the EV Ability Development Programme Competitiveness. The 5-member group comprising of Nikhil Singh, Gaurang Tomar, Aayush Sadija, Shubham Thakur, Gaurav Saxena with college advisor Dr Devendra Vashist have been felicitated for their innovative get the job done on ‘ ‘Power Train Style and design of Electric Vehicle’, in a grand ceremony that took location at the Intercontinental Centre for Automotive Engineering (ICAT) Centre 2, IMT Manesar, Gurugram, Haryana.
The award was conferred by Dr Mahendra Nath Pandey, Union Minister for Major Industries Sh. Krishan Pal Gurjar, MoS Weighty Industries Shri Kamran Rizvi, Secretary, Ministry of Heavy Industries Dr Hanif Qureshi (Automobile), Joint Secretary, MHI Shri Saurabh Dalela, Director ICAT & Sunjay Kapoor, President Automotive Ingredient Makers Association of India (ACMA). Additional than 1700 Indian automobile corporations have been existing throughout the ceremony. The celebration was arranged by Mathworks (Makers of MATLAB and Simulink) in association with ICAT as a result of their Aspire Programme. A full of 350 individuals from 76 teams which include college students from IITs and NITs participated in the function.
To put together for the opposition, the groups underwent a ability-dependent education of four months from October 2022 to January 2023 on MATLAB and Simulink in which every single member of the staff accomplished 3 primary classes.
Supply hyperlink Manav Rachna College of Engineering (MRCE) recently achieved a place of distinction by bagging the second position in the EV Skill Development Competition organised by ARAI (Automotive Research Association of India), Pune.
The competition, sponsored by Niti Aayog and MeitY, included participation of various universities and engineering colleges across the country. It was based on a survey which was conducted by ARAI in order to identify the EV skill development needs of Indian automotive industry. The competition had a theme of “EV-Youth-Energy” and MRCE bagged the second place in it.
The university was represented by three teams consisting of seven B.Tech and M.Tech students each. These teams worked on developing solutions and strategies to upgrade the EV Skills in India and participated in the design and fabrication of EV vehicles.
The effort of the students was acknowledged and praised by the organizers of the competition. The Vice-Chancellor of Manav Rachna University, Prof. N.C. Wadhwa was also very pleased with the performance of the team. He said “This is a moment of pride for us at Manav Rachna. Our students have done us proud yet again and have ensured that our college and university remains in the forefront of all major competitions.”
The MRCE team was awarded a cash prize of Rs. 25,000 along with an appreciation letter and certificate. The students were also felicitated with a plaque and trophies as recognition of their hard work and dedication.
We congratulate our MRCE team for this brilliant achievement and wish them great success ahead.