• Expert Lecture on “Industry Academia Interaction:Bridging the gap”

    “Nobody talks of Entrepreneurship as survival, but that’s what exactly it is and what nurtures creative thinking“. Entrepreneurs are simply those who understand that there is little difference between obstacle and opportunity and are able to turn both to their advantage. With the same mind set, Department of Mechanical Engineering organized an Expert lecture on “Industry Academia Interaction: Bridging the gap“ at Krishna Engineering College, Ghaziabad.
    As Academia and industry share a symbiotic relationship. Academia produces graduates who are absorbed by industry. The guest of the day was Mr. Hitesh Garg, General Manager, Ghaziabad MechFab Pvt. Ltd. Mr. Garg said, “Availability of high caliber manpower will be one of the critical success factors for meeting several challenges.” He lists these as reengineering of business processes and workflows and awareness amongst decision makers. He also explained that, “Skills required include leadership which involves the appreciation of the value of location as key information parameter and at the executive level a willingness to reengineer existing business processes and workflows. At the technology level, there is a need for solution architects, database analysts, developers with domain knowledge and expertise on contemporary geospatial technology. Last but not least, project management skills top the skill-set.” Industry can participate in collaboration with academia through Train the Trainer programmes, course curriculum review, internship for students, technology updates, support in establishing laboratories and research projects.

  • Expert Lecture on “Building Future Ethically: A Life Engineering Process”

    Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering and Mechanical Engineering have organized an Expert Lecture on “Building Future Ethically: A Life Engineering Process” on 5th February 2020. Mr. Sushil Aggarwal a visionary entrepreneur and philanthropist, the Promoter and Chairman of Avro India Limited motivated the students about the values of Life, donating body organs for noble cause, respecting parents, teachers and elders, setting of a Goal in life, Proper planning to achieve success in life etc. Through his interactive session Mr. Sushil Aggarwal encouraged and enlightened students to be focused, determinant to their goal, achieve success and serve the country. In this session students get marvelous motivation and tips with examples on how they can build their future ethically.

  • Clean and Green Design Aspects - A Lecture series/ Expert talk

    An expert talk was organized on 9th October 2015 towards Excellence in Mechanical Engineering. The session was taken by Dr. R. K. Pandey, Professor at Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. This was especially designed to enhance the knowledge of the students in sustainability (or “green”) engineering can fall into several engineering disciplines like mechanical, environmental, civil. KEC-Students have the same goal to find and implement ways to increase the use of non-renewable resources and minimize an organization’s environmental impact. Private companies and public-sector agencies have hired more sustainability engineers over the past few years. Many in upper management now believe that sustainable business practices will increase productivity, reduce costs, and boost energy efficiency. This talk also covered about the developing energy-optimization models, keeping abreast of (and implementing) new technologies, ensuring that any sustainability plan is followed, and crafting short- and long-term goals.

  • Advance Welding Technology - A Lecture series/ Expert talk

    An expert talk was organized on 17th Feb 2016 towards Excellence in Mechanical Engineering. The session was taken by Dr. R. S. Parmar, Vice President and Council member of IIW, having PhD in Mechanical Engineering from IIT Kharagpur. This was especially designed to enhance the knowledge of the students of Mechanical Engineering in several aspects of welding technologies and build up the competencies required to implement the techniques in various industrial applications. These include welding processes such as fusion stir welding, solid state welding, solid-liquid state welding and welding metallurgy. This module also benefits engineers who wish to refresh their fundamentals and stay up-to-date with the latest developments in welding technology. This talk will introduce welding processes such as arc welding, laser welding, electron beam welding, friction stir welding, brazing, resistance welding and ultrasonic welding.

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