Club Activities

Recent Club Activities

Robotics Club

Chairman: Dr. Kapilan N, Head of Department, Mechanical Engg.

Faculty Advisor:

  • Bandoli Siddheshwar Iresh, Assistant Professor, ME Dept. NCET.

Student Coordinators:

  • Mintu Kumar
  • Asheesh Kuntia
  • Shran Kumar

Industrial robots play a vital role in a variety of industrial applications such as Material handling, Arc welding, Spot welding, Painting, Deburring etc. and also reprogram them whenever new products are launched. The market is rapidly growing in India for Industrial robots as industries are looking forward to more and more robotization which is helping them in realizing consistent quality, reduce costs & cycle times. The major objective of this club is to expose students to Basic parts of the robot, Robot programming and popular applications like handling tool, arc tool and spot tool which are widely applied in the industries.

Objectives:

  1. To conduct the awareness training to students and carry out many projects related to robotics.
  2. To train the nearby government school students about robotics and its applications.

Activities:

  1. Providing basic training to first-year students.
  2. Organising robotics workshop to students.
  3. Students projects.
  4. Participation in Robotics Competition.
  5. Conducts seminars, workshops, and technical events to help the students improve their knowledge and develop leadership qualities.
  6. Industrial visits for students are organized on a regular basis.
  7. The students are encouraged to carry out innovative projects and participate in National and International Conferences.

List of Robots in Robotics Club

SL No.

Description

Name of Robot

Application

1.


Mecanum Wheel Robot

Manufacturing

2.


Hand gesture control pick and place robot.

Manufacturing

3.

 

 

 

 

Multipurpose Agricultural Robot

Agricultural

4.


A Fire Extinguisher Robot

Fire Hazardous Area

5.

 

 

 

 

Automated Vegetable Plant Transplanter Robot

Agricultural

6.

 

 

 

 

Parallel Vehicle Parking Robot.

Traffic System

7.

 


Solar based multipurpose agricultural robot

Agricultural

8.

 

Movable Pick and Place Robot

Manufacturing

9.



Automatic Target Firing Robot

 Defence

10.

 

Smart Path Finding Robot

Manufacturing

11.

Pick and Place Robot

Manufacturing

12.

Smart Pick Robot

Manufacturing

Summary of Activites

Sl. No. Activity Date Remark
1. Awareness Program on Robotics 05/07/2019
2. Awareness Program on Robotics 23/10/2018
3. Three day training program RT ToolBox2 software 05/01/2018
4. Robotics and Drone Competition UDBHAV2017 26/10/2017
5. One Week Training Program on Robot Programming and Simulation 11/09/2017
6. Technical Talk on Robotics 31/08/2017
7. Workshop on Introduction to Industrial Robotics 23/03/2017
8. TECHNOTSAVA Robotics Competition 24/03/2017

 

Workshop on Introduction to Industrial Robotics On 23/03/2017

Workshop on Introduction to Industrial Robot in association with Launch Pod Technology was organized by the Mechanical Engineering Department to give an exposure of Industrial Robot to the Mechanical Engineering student on 23/03/2017. 40 students of 2nd and 3rd year Mechanical Engineering students have actively participated. The speakers from the industry highlighted the need and importance of Industrial Robotics. This workshop includes hands-on training on simple Robot and its programming. Mr.Bandoli Siddheswhar has coordinated this workshop.

Aeromodelling Club

  • This club conducts seminars, workshops, and technical events to help the students improve their knowledge and develop leadership qualities.
  • Industrial visits for students are organized on a regular basis
  • The students are encouraged to carry out innovative projects and participate in National and International Conferences. Some innovative projects also carried out by students

Green Club

Our departmental green club gives students the platform they need to take action on the environmental issues they feel passionate about. Channelling student energy and enthusiasm into an environment club will let students take a leadership role in identifying and achieving the college environmental goals.

Activities 

  • Motivate students to value their environment
  • Encourage students to assume the responsibility of their environment
  • Encourage positive peer influence
  • Strengthen collaboration among students
  • Develop life skills ( communication, interpersonal relationship, decision making, critical thinking, coping and self-management)

Objectives

  1. Increases the students’ knowledge, awareness and sensitivity about the environment and environmental challenges.
  2. Create an understanding of the environment and environmental challenges.
  3. Develop the necessary skills and expertise to address the challenges.
  4. Foster attitudes, motivations, and commitments to make informed decisions and take responsible action related to the environment.