Technical Project Competition provides the prominent stage for the engineering students to showcase their core engineering talents, innovative ideas, creativity, technical skills, soft skills, etc. Every engineering student is graced with a hidden inventor or discoverer, which gets unveiled when such platforms are granted to them. Likewise, every year this year also Radha Govind Group of Institutions, Meerut presented a podium to its technocrats by conducting an Intra College Project Competition named as “Kaushal-2018” on 30th April 2018.
The event was pioneered by the chairman of this esteemed group Mr Yogesh Tyagi. In the inaugural speech, Chairman Sir encouraged the students for their efforts, in which they were engrossed consistently for many days for making their inventions. Ms Parinita Agarwal, Assistant Professor CSE further introduced the students to the legacy of the project competition which is held every year under the society of computer science ‘Abhikalan’. She also informed that the Intra College Project Competition will now be referred as ‘Kaushal’. Further discussed the aim of the event and how it will benefit the upcoming researchers. Followed by Dr Tarun Kumar Gupta, convenor of Kaushal 2018 who motivated the students and also resolved their queries about the event.
The event began with chairman sir inspecting, every project individually and he also collected the information about the technology they have used in the projects. His arrival poured a ray of confidence which definitely raised the bar of competition among the students.
All branches of Engineering EC, ME, CS, CE, EE participated in the event with full enthusiasm and zeal. More than 40 projects were displayed and 178 students participated. The judges for Kaushal -2018 were Dr Arun Bhardwaj, Dr Riju Pawar, Dr Vishal Kulshreshtha, Mr Manish Jaiswal, Mr Prashant Bhardwaj, Prof. K.C. Agarwal, Mr Ravi Kumar, Mr Ashish Chauhan along with special judges Ms Pritha Tyagi and Mr Harshit Sharma, Alumni of RGGI. The judges evaluated the projects on the basis of technologies used, working efficiency of the project, their source of inspiration, future aspects of their work. Students were able to satisfy the judges with their remarkable responses about every question put up by them without skipping any important point of technicality. The most innovative ideas were Eco-Bike, Chainless Bicycle, Drone, River Waste Cleaning Machine, Pneumatic Piston Cylinder Arrangement, Solar Power Refrigerator, Multi-Level Parking on Drainage, Pick and Drop Robot, Home Automation Using Bluetooth, Power Theft Control, Face Recognition Matlab, Online Medical Services, Laser Protected House, Multi-level Lock Application Etc.
Meanwhile, the results were calculated, Ms Pritha Tyagi & Mr Harshit Sharma, Alumni 2016 Batch shared their success mantra with the juniors and made the teachers nostalgic through recalling their college days. Finally, the most awaited moment arrived, the winners were awarded cash prizes, mementoes & certificates by Director Prof. P. K. Singh. The first position was bagged by the students of Electrical engineering Vinit Tyagi, Ravi Sharma, and Mohit Goswami for the project entitled ‘GSM Based Power Theft Intimation’ and received a cash prize of Rs. 1500. The project entitled ‘Pneumatic Piston Cylinder Arrangement’ by Mechanical engineering students Shuja Abbas, and Shahrukh Khan ranked second and received a cash prize of Rs. 1000. The project entitled ‘Eco-Bike’ by Mechanical engineering students Anmol Tyagi, Rahul Kumar, and Ikraar Ahmad ranked third and received a cash prize of Rs. 750. The project entitled ‘Multilevel Lock application’ by Computer Science & Engineering students Vaishali Sharma and Uzma Chauhan ranked fourth and received a cash prize of Rs. 500. The project entitled ‘Chainless Bicycle’ by Mechanical engineering students Prashant Tyagi, Rahul Chaudhary, Sonu Kumar and Shashimoul Kumar ranked fifth and received a cash prize of Rs. 250.
Prof. P. K. Singh, the Director, congratulated the winners and motivated the students to participate in upcoming events conducted by RGGI with same dedication and zeal.
Ducat, Development and Training company based in Noida awarded the first position winners with the cash prize of Rs.1000 and Ducat T-shirts as a token of appreciation.
The whole event was well organized and convened by Dr Tarun Kumar, Mr Arvind Kharwal, Mr Sandeep Tyagi, Mr Manish Jaiswal, Ms Parinita Agarwal, Ms Vijaya Singh, Mr Rahul Singh, Mr Aditya Jain, and Mr Vikas Bhardwaj, Dr Amit Sharma and Mr Sanjeev Goel.
The event was hosted by Ms Latika Sharma, MCA Second Year and Ms Sakshi Sharma, B. Tech first year. Finally, Mr Manish Jaiswal concluded Kaushal-2018 with a vote of thanks to all the students for participation and faculty members for their continuous support.
The Head of Departments and faculty members of all the departments Mr B. S. Tyagi, Mr Jay Kumar, Mr S.K. Singh, Ms Nitasha Verma, Mr Sunder Khari, Ms Mansi Garg, and Deepali Kapoor were also present there.