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ROSHNI - Device to Help Visually Challenged Reach destination A Project done by Students of IEC, Greater Noida

Roshni is a portable & self contained system which uses auditory outputs for providing indoor directions to blind. The system consists of a user module and a network of wall mounted units spaced at distanced intervals. User module is a waist worn device comprising of receiver for detecting user movement and a user interface in the form of a mobile phone application. Each wall mounted units emits a unique identification tag that is associated with a location on the digital map of the building. By turning on the device the user can obtain directions to any desired location on the map from current position. As the user moves in the building the waist worn module updates the position of the user. The navigation information is conveyed to the user acoustically using the text- to- speech engine of the mobile. This System is installed in Bharti building IIT Delhi and undergoing user evaluation. The team has already developed an android app named ROSHNI Students of IEC, Abhinav Saksena & Akash Gautam from EC & EI branch is working on the improvement of this project. These students of IEC are doing the project under the guidance of Prof.M.Balakrishnan, Head Assistive Technology Group IIT Delhi.Mr.Druv Jain , Research Associate is the initiator of this project. This project ROSHNI won first award in a competition, I CARE 2013 organized by IBM at IBM research lab Vasant Kunj, Delhi. The category in which the award was proclaimed was Tech 2 Share in which the competitors were BITS Pilani & IIT Roorkee. The students are being reward with a laptop by IBM. ROSHINI also won award in another competition named Incubation Award in India Innovation Initiative – i3 in association with CII, Aglient Technologies & Department of Science & Technology Govt. of India. This project will be funded & supported by world’s leading mobile companies & Angel funding group. Device Pilot testing is being carried out at National Science Center, Pragati Maidan Delhi know the potentials, one after the test they will be installing this device on the Science & Technology Center as navigators for both visually impaired and non impaired people. Many MNc are ready to support this project to take up to a higher level. This device is under the process of getting patented.

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We have taken efforts in this project. However, it would not have been possible without the kind support and help of many individuals and organizations. We would like to extend my sincere thanks to all of them. Our team is highly indebtedto Dr. Vinay Gupta (HOD, ME & AU) and Mr. Amardeep (Faculty advisor Team DEMONS) for their guidance and constant supervision as well as for providing necessary information regarding the project & also for their support in completing the project. I would like to express my special gratitude and thanks to industry persons for giving us such attention and time.

A vehicle is a hybrid if it utilizes more than one form of onboard energy to achieve propulsion. In practice, that means a hybrid will have a traditional internal-combustion engine and a fuel tank, as well as one or more electric motors and a battery pack.
The objective of this project was to design, simulate, analyse and then fabricate a racing vehicle intended for sale to the non-professional racing enthusiasts. The vehicle should be aerodynamically designed, economic, safe and single seat high performance vehicle. Ergonomics and safety have been an integral part of our design strategy and anthropometric data has been used. Special focus will be put on human safety, the ease of mass production of the vehicle. Almost all the vehicle subsystems will be designed and fabricated by the team indigenously. The vehicle has been fabricated meticulously by the team, using state-of-the-art facilities, comprehensively satisfying both the design goals and manufacturing constraints.


  • 1. Vivek Kumar Singh (Captain)
  • 2. Shubham Choudhary (ME)
  • 3. Sandeep Singh (ME)
  • 4. Saurabh Singh (ME)
  • 5. Saurabh Kumar (ME)
  • 6. Prateek (ME)
  • 7. Bijay Kumar (ME)
  • 8. Sripuja Mishra (ME)
  • 9. Ritu Pradhan (ME)
  • 10. Danish Hashan (ME)
  • 11. Karunesh Kr Mishra (EE)
  • 12. Arpan Singh (EE)

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As the name indicates, ours is an aspiring team proficient of achieving high altitude with respect to overcoming of new emerging challenges in the design and manufacturing while grasping new technologies and methods for building the ultimate racing machine!
The team has already marked its presence during the scrutiny round by giving a glimpse of its potential to the judges by its way of presentation and confidence to build the Race Car.
This team of 13 members is a perfect unification of students from Mechanical and Electrical stream meant to work hard to realize the goal of winning.

The main departments of this car are as follows:

  • Chassis
  • Transmission (CVT)
  • Braking (Hydraulic)
  • Suspension (Double wishbone)
  • Steering (Rack & Pinion)
  • Exhaust
  • Electronics
  • The utilization of man power is done keeping in mind every person’s proficiency. Thus, better performance in each field can be achieved successfully with keen interest of students.

Report on e-yantra lab

With the growing applications of robotics and embedded systems, the needs of professionals in these fields are in great demand. The applications can be found in household equipments, manufacturing industries, medical, defense, etc. With the intention of creating awareness and skills regarding robotics and embedded systems in students a e-Yantra lab (Embedded Systems and Robotics lab) was established at IEC in August 2016. The concept of e-Yantra lab was started by IIT Bombay with aim to create next generation embedded system engineers. In continuation and addition to this, institution is intended to enhance robotics activities in the campus. The field of robotics is an interdisciplinary area where the knowledge from the domain of Mechanical Engineering, Electrical/Electronics Engineering and Computer Science & Engineering is required. The lab desired to focus on projects and research in the area of robotics and embedded systems. It is a cumulative effort by ECE, EE, CSE and ME department for active learning and hands on experience for those students having keen interest in the field of robotics and embedded systems.

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ROBOCON-2018 (The ABU Asia-Pacific Robot Contest)
ABU Robocon is an Asian Oceanian College robot competition, founded in 2002 by Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union. In the competition robots compete to complete a task within a set period of time. The contest aims to create friendship among young people with similar interests who will lead their countries in the 21st century, as well as help advance engineering and broadcasting technologies in the region. The event is broadcast in many countries through ABU member broadcasters.
We (IEC group of Institution) are participating in this contest (ROBOCON-18) first time. The competition of first phase will be held at Pune (1-3rd March 2018). Our student team is preparing for this event.
Benefits to students
Being the part of the Embedded Systems and Robotics Lab (e-Yantra) at IEC students can have the following benefits:

  • Students can have a platform to learn and built their own robotic and embedded systems for various applications.
  • Students can use the hardware and software resources of e-Yantra lab to built and test their ideas in this area.
  • Students can participate in annual robotics competition organized for engineering, and science undergraduates named as e-Yantra Robotics Competition (eYRC).
  • e-Yantra gives an internship opportunity at e-Yantra lab, IIT Bombay to the winners of eYRC.
  • Students can develop B. Tech projects in this area. Also, they can avail help regarding their B.Tech projects from e-Yantra Resource Development Center (eYRDC).
Students, those having a keen interest in the field of robotics, are advised to join e-Yantra, embedded systems and robotics lab and have an opportunity to learn about them. The knowledge in this field will help students to get a good job due to its numerous demands.
Team of e-yantra
  • Manoj Garg (Incharge e-Yantra lab, ECE dept.)
  • Prof. Vinay Gupta (Mentor e-Yantra lab, ME dept.)
  • Mr. Nikhil Tatke (faculty coordinator from ME dept.)
  • Ms Shilpi bansal (faculty coordinator from EC dept.)

Ongoing Projects

Report of on Going Projects Under R&D Cell
S.No Projects/Events Teams participating Status of work till 7th Feb,2017 Remarks
1 Making and Development of Ultra Golf Cartt ANAND TIWARI Excels and chassis have been set and Welding of frame of cart is under process, Purchasing of Tyre, Battery, Motor are also under Process. The Event will be held from 15th Match to 18th March,2017 at MMU, Ambala. The total fund of Rs. 55,000 is alloted for it by the institute. The rest money will be funded by the participating team. Total Budget of the project is about Rs. 80,000.
2 Momentum (Designing a water rocket along with the launcher) Team 1: Rockets have been made. The Events will be conducted in Technex-2017 organised by IIT BHU from 22nd Feb, 17 to 27th Feb,2017. The fund of Rs. 16,000 has been alloted for the reservation of students. The reservation of students for to and fro from Delhi to Varanashi has been done.
Prerna Vikram Srivastava
Khwaja Mohammad Tauheed
Abhiraj Jain
Team 2:
Tushar Shukla Launcher is completed.
Utkarsh Raghuvanshi
Singh Shubham Manoj Kumar
Sunny Prasad
Team 3:
Shikha Sharma In the making of rockets.
Tarun Kumar
Gurleen Pahwa
Team 4:
Pranay Mishra Rockets are getting prepared.
Kumar Harsh
Shipra Sachan
Rajat Srivastava
3 Robowars (Design a wired/wireless, manually controlled robot capable of overpowering its opponent in a dual combat) Team 1:
Anuj Gupta Chasis completed.
Rishabh Kanchan
Rajat Srivastava
Abhinav Pandey
Shreyash Mani Tripthi
Tarun Kumar
Team 2:
Krishna Mohan Singh 75% work done.

4 HurdleMania (Constructing a racing bot (wired/wireless) which can compete against its opponent while traversing through an arena full of obstacles) Team1:
Anuj Gupta Robot is ready
Abhinav Pandey
Shreyash Mani Tripthi
Rishabh Kanchan
Shikha Sharma
Rajat Srivastava
Team 2:
Krishna Mohan Singh Robot is ready

5 Capture The Flag (Solve computer security puzzles and engage in creative exploration in a safe environment with reduced consequences for activities generally considered malicious or illegal) Team: 1 To be performed on the spot.
Tushar Shukla
Shubham Singh

6 GreenX (Presentation of a case Study based on Ideas to solve the problem of water and air pollution) Team: 1
Prerna Vikram Srivastava First round completed.
Khwaja Mohammad Tauheed

7 Spray Painting Quadcopter Yet not desided Project is in Pipeline ( Technical Theoretical work is under process)

Note: About 50 students are attending the R&D Classes

The Team of the R&D Cell

S.No. Department Name of Faculty

1 Civil Enginering Atul Kr. Verma

2 Mechanical Engineering Prakash kumar & Amardeep

3 Electrical Engineering Sachin Pachauri

4 Electrionic and communication Sashank

5 Computer Science Engineering Name is awaited

6 Information Technology Name is awaited

ACTIVITIES @ IEC – 2016-17


  • A research paper under the guidance of Dr. D.B.Singh, Director IEC Group of Institutions, Greater Noida was published in the International Journal of Financial Management Research & Development (IJFMRD) ISSN Print : 2248-9320 volume 5, 2015 is now available online also. ISSN Online : 2248-9339. The title of the research paper is “An Insight of New Product Development and Market Research – A Study”

  • Research Paper on “Pyrimidine Hydrazones As Potent Anticonvulsant“ at World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, Srivastav Sanchit, Kanishk Luhach, SN Pandeya, Chhama Shukla, Vol 5, Issue 6, 2101 - 2108, Vol 3, Issue 6, Jun 2016

  • Ms. Neha of Civil Engineering published her paper `Sismic Analysis of Braced Steel Frame’ in the Journal, IJAENT, Volume (Year) Page Number. 3, 5August2016 12-17

  • Review Article on “Basic Concepts of Aromatic Compounds” in European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Rohit Saini, Sanchit Srivastav, Vol 3, Issue 9, 227 – 331, Aug 2016.

Faculty deputed for Seminars/ Workshops/ Conferences/ Awareness Programs

  • Mr. Kuldeep Parashar and Mr. Shashank from ECE department attended a Seminar on Image Processing at Rameesh Institute of Engineering & Technology on 27th August, 2016

  • Mr Dheeraj Kumar Sharma has attended a workshop on “Implementation of CPCSEA Guidelines in Pharmacy Institutions” at GLA University, Mathura on 30th September- 1st October, 2016 (Sponsored by ICMR, New Delhi).

  • Mr Vijay Kumar Tilak had attended a National Seminar on "Advances in Technology, Regulatory and Clinical Aspects in Controlled Drug Delivery Systems" organized by Delhi Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research University (DPSRU) & Controlled Release Society (CRS-Indian Chapter) held on Friday, July 15, 2016 at DPSR, New Delhi-110017.

Workshops / Summit organized

  • A workshop on Android and IOT for the students of IEC group was organized on 13th August, 2016

  • GRE Awareness worksop for all the IEC students was organized on 16TH August, 2016

  • Civil Engineering department held a Seminar on the topic of "Uses of different Software in Civil Engineering" for our B Tech 2nd year students of Civil Engineering by APTRON on 9th September, 2016 in F Block Auditorium. Around 70 students attended the seminar. The topics covered in Seminar were:

    • Latest Technologies being used in Design like AutoCAD, Revit , Staad.Pro, Project Management etc. (including Demonstration of these software) in Civil Engineering.

    • Design as a Career Option after B.Tech.

    • ntroduction of APTRON.

    • How APTRON may support engineers.

    • Question Answer session.

  • A presentation was given to students of Pre Final and Final Year students all branches by Aspiring Minds on 14th Sept., 2016 discussing the following:

    • Industry Trends

    • Employment Opportunities

    • AMCAT pattern

  • A workshop was conducted by Institution of Technical Engineers for MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL, CIVIL AND ELCTRONICS Engineering students on Non-Destructive Testing & Welding Inspection on 15th September, 2016. Demonstration of equipment was also given

  • An interactive session by NICCO Ventures for the final year students was held on 19th September, 2016 on the current industry trends. Mr Indranath Mitra & Mr Abhishek from NICCO VENTURES shared the following Insights with the students:

    • An Overview of Mechanical/CIVIL/Electrical Industry(operations/processes)

    • Aptitude Practicing/ Soft Skills improvement

    • Scholarship Models from Core companies

    • Internship Opportunities in Core Sector

    • Hiring Trend for the year 2017 for Core companies

    • Hiring through GATE exam

    • Explanation about job profiles—structural engineers/GET’s/Automation engineers/Design Engineers

    • Technical trainings are a MUST---like PLC SCADA/ VLSI designing

  • Department of MCA organized One-Day workshop on 5th October, 2016 on “Hybrid Mobile Application Development” by expert Mr. Abhishek Saxena from KVCH IBM BUSINESS PARTNER. The workshop was attended by students of 1st, 2nd and 3rd year of MCA, B. Tech (CSE) Final Year and MBA students. He explained how to develop a Mobile App on Eclipse IDE through Java with DOJO toolkit in which they used drag and drop feature of DOJO toolkit

  • Prof. Kamal Piyush, Dean IHM alongwith few faculty members and students attended the 13th Annual Chef Awards & Chef Summit 2016 at Ashok Hotel Convention Hall. On 5th Nov. 16

Industrial Visit

  • An industrial visit to Control &Switchgear Electric, Greater Noida was organized on 8th September, 2016 for 3rd year students of Electrical Engineering branch. Around 50 students alongwith faculty members visited the factory. This was done to make the students aware of the working environment of industry.

  • Department of Pharmacy had arranged a Visit for B.Pharm IIIrd and IVth Year students to BRICS Trade Fair (Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals) 2016 Pragati Maidan, New Delhi on 12 Oct, 2016

  • Visit to FICCI Higher Educaiton Summit 2016 at FICCI Federation House, New Delhi was organized for the students of Pharma on 10th November, 2016.

Guest Lecture

  • A motivational lecture was delivered by Mr. Prince Bhati (IEC alumni and IES qualified) to students of Mechanical Engineering on Aug, 26, 2016.

  • A lecture by Mr. Abhishek Saxena, Corporate Manager, HR and Quality Development Radisson MBD Hotels for the students of Hotel Management was organized on 14th September, 2016.

  • Mr. Nitin Saxena was invited as the guest lecture at the Institute on 15th September’16. Mr. Nitin saxena is an alumni of Hindu College, Delhi University and is a Journalist, marketing professional, lecturer on Social issues and Languages and works for the social causes.

  • Two Guest lectures were organized on 14th Oct., 2016 in the Pharmacy department by the following Industry Resources : Mr. Anant Singh (Executive Manager, EXL Service Pvt. Ltd.) and A team from Tulip Healthcare Solutions and Tulip Coding Academy.

  • The lectures were about medical coding and opportunities for pharmacy graduates and postgraduates in Medical Writing and different opportunities in outsourcing where pharmacy graduates can pursue their career to excellence.

  • A guest lecture by Prof. S.K.Saha, Prof. and Head, ME Dept. of IIT Delhi was organized on 8th November, 2016 by the Mechanical Engineering department on “R2: Robotics to Rural – an approach to inclusive Education .

Peer Presentations held
The following Peer Presentations were held in the department of Mechanical Engineering department :

  • Common formatting and figure drawing techniques in word by Prof. Vinay Gupta and Mr. Amardeep on 13th Aug. 16,

  • 2 Actuating torque optimization of robotic systems by Prof. Vinay Gupta on 27th Aug. 16

  • 3 Graphical representation of compound stress by Mr. Anuj Gupta on 27th Aug. 16

  • 4 Cogeneration for increasing overall plant efficiency/process improvement by Prof. R. K. Tiwari on Sept. 24,2016

  • 5 General consideration of a good design for quality improvement by Prof. Ijlal Ahmed Tiwari on 24th Sept. 2016

  • 6 Cam and follower system by Mr. Mandeep Malik on 8th Oct., 2016

  • 7. Importance of alternate fuel in India by Mr. Mukesh Kumar on 8th Oct., 2016

Seminars held

  • WINE TASTING & TRAINING SESSION FOR HOTEL MANAGEMENT STUDENTS ON 26TH SEPTEMBER, 16 IEC-IHM organized a wine tasting and training session for the 2nd, 3rd and Final year students of Hotel Management on 26th September 2016 in the institute. Trainers from M/s Sula Wines conducted the program. This wine training session will help set a solid background for the students in the Food & Beverage field as they will be tasting and understanding different varieties and styles of wines. The session also included information on common grape varieties used widely in the market, standard storing and serving procedures followed globally along with other details related to wines and ended with a wine tasting of 3 of types of Sula wines.

  • A pre-placement training session by TIME for the final year students to help them crack the Interviews during campus drive was scheduled from 17th to 21st September, 2016. Most of the final year students attended the session and were quite impressed by the session.

Extra Curricular Activities

  • Students of IEC Group of Institutions organized an event to pay tribute to freedom fighters on the eve of Independence day on 14th August,2016.

  • 70th Independence Day was once again organized in the college campus on 15th August,2016 where large number of students and faculty members gathered. A program by children from an NGO `Lighting de Literacy’ participated and performed on stage. IEC students are members of this NGO and our IEC students teach these underprivileged children from villages.

  • Orientation day program for the newly admitted students was organized on 16th August, 2016. The newly admitted students were invited alongwith their parents and were briefed about the University and college rules. They were introduced to all the Directors, Deans, HODs and senior faculty members of their department. They were also taken for around of the college before lunch was served to them.

  • Teacher’s Day was celebrated on 5th September, 2016 where teachers were felicitated. Faculty members showcased their talent in the front of the audience on the occasion of Teacher’s Day.

  • IEC Tech Fest was held on 15th September, 2016, where a large number of students showed their technical and literary talents. The winners of Manthan 2016 were selected for the AKTU Zonal Literary and Management Fest

  • The AKTU Zonal technical, literary and management fest was organized in IEC Group of Institutions for all the colleges of G.B Nagar District(Dadri, Noida and Greater Noida) on 16th September 2016. The Chief Guest of the event was Mr. Anurag Gupta (GM, Food Corporation of India)

  • Fresher’s Party was held on 17th September, 2016 where all the freshers were welcomed by the 2nd year students.

  • Vishwakarma Puja was organized by the Mechanical Engineering department in the Mechanical workshop on 17th September 2016.

  • Gandhi Jayanti was celebrated in the IEC Boys Hostel on 2nd October, 2016 where flag hoisting took place inside the premises. The other activities included : Quiz on the life & philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi Indoor/ outdoor games like table tennis, badminton, volley ball, cricket. Debate on “ Jai Jawan, jai Kisan : How relevant is this in today’s era” Candle March

  • Navratri was celebrated with great enthusiasm by the girls in the Girls hostel on 10th October, 2016

Achievements by students

  • Rochak Bhatnagar , an IEC Alumni 2014 pass out batch published his 4th novel

  • Alok Prateek from IT-II Year won the 3rd Prize in My Jottings - A Story writing Competition and 7th Position in Hackathon held at IIT, Delhi , Rendezvous-16 on 22nd & 23rd October 2016 . More than 2400 Colleges participated in the event at IIT , Delhi.


Appreciation to teachers

  • Prof M. S. Naruka (Get certificate of Appreciation on the occasion of “Shikshak Samman Samaroh” organized by Rashtriya Shaikshik Mahasangh (RSM) Uttar Pradesh on Sept 1st 2016)

To encourage meritorious students, the management gives award to students every year :.

  • Merit Award of Rs. 5,000/- and Rs.3,000/- is given to 1st and 2nd rankers respectively every year to B.Pharma, BHMCT, MCA, MBA and each discipline of B.Tech courses, provided they secure 75% and above marks and pass in only one attempt.

  • This scholarship is available each year to 2nd year students of MBA, 2nd and 3rd year students of MCA and also to 2nd, 3rd and 4th year students of each discipline of B.Tech, B.Pharma and BHMCT based on their previous year’s results.

  • This Merit Award is given to Rank holders based on their previous year’s results.

  • An additional award of Rs. 10,000/- and Rs.8,000/- is given to 1st and 2nd rankers at the University level respectively to eligible students provided they secure 75 % and above marks and pass in only one attempt.

This year also Merit Award function was held at IEC on 7th October, 2016. The awards were given away by our esteemed guests, Dr. S N Singh, IIT Kanpur as Chief Guest and Guest of Honour were Prof. Aseem Chandel Senior member of IEEE-PES-MTTS-WIE(USA) and student activity convener (SAC) IEEE UP section and Prof. J. Ram Kumar, who is presently working with IIT Kanpur in Mechanical Engineering Department to meritorious students.
23 students from 2014-15 session and 16 students from 2013-14 session were awarded Merit awards.



    Involved Student: Mr. Anant Chandra, 2nd Year EE Student AIM: In this project portable mobile charger has been made. This charger will be operated by solar Energy.


    Involved Student: Mr. Sajja Nagar Naveen , 4th Year ECE Student AIM: In this project, a device will be made which can send some information to any appropriate location in emergency or any danger situation. This device will be associated with any electronic watch. This project will be very useful for security purposes.


    Involved Student: Total 15 Students of ME, Automobile, Civil, Electrical and ECE branch. AIM: In this project, an ultra golf cart will be designed and manufactured for participating in a competition event namely Ultra Golf Cart Championship organised by MDU University, Maulana, Ambala. The main focus of thisevent isto make a golf cart which is cheapest, strong and more effective.

    Completion date: March, 2017
    Present Status: The feasibility and technical aspects of the project has been checked. The design of the golf cart is under process.

E-Yantra Research Lab was inaugurated of at 11: am on 22nd November 2016 (Tuesday) in the IEC college campus.

Institution has started project e-Yantra for our UG and PG students to impart education in Robotic by IIT Bombay through ICT (NMEICT) and the project is conceptualized on behalf of Department of Computer Science and Engineering at IIT Bombay. This established e-Yantra Lab will provide hands on learning with the help of robotic kits, projects with the help from e-Yantra Resource Development Centre (e-YRDC).
Ms Menka Suri – Director at DUCAT India Pvt. Ltd was the Chief-Guest. Besides, Sh. Shiv Kakkar – GM Operations of DUCAT India Pvt. Ltd. was Guest of Honour. The whole event was covered / conducted online in the supervision of IIT Bombay.

MOUs signed

  • 1. MOU signed with TCS-ion

  • 2. MOU signed with Nicco Ventures

  • 3. MOU signed with Inspire Infotech for IOT Lab

  • 4. MOU signed with CETPA

  • 5. MOU signed with Lelogix

Contracts/MOU's under process:

  • 1. Confederation of Indian Industries--In Campus Centre of Excellence

  • 2. Collabera-TACT program


Brief Introduction:
The electric vehicles are playing major roles in development of smarter cities, so our aim intentionally designed and manufactured that competes with the existing market and survesits customer in the best possible ways. So our aim was designed for a smarter commute within cities with high efficiency and greener society.
This e-rickshaw is exceptionally designed, which minimize the risk of getting trrople and even the stream lined shape increases the stability, durability and efficiency. It is Eco friendly, low power consumption, affordable, covered design and no pollution. The specification of this E-rickshaw is as follows:

Model Name PRESTA AP
Raw material GI, CR and HR iron sheets and Sections
Motor Type 48V, 850 Watt
Motor power Brushless
Transmission Type Differential
Drive Type Rear Wheel Drive
Seating capacity 4 (Passengers) + 1 (Driver)
Shock Absorber Straight Hydraulics
Battery Type Lead Acid (Okaya Wheelz)
No. of Battery 4
Battery Capacity 12 V, 100 Ah
Top Speed 25 Km/hr
Wheel speed 1970 mm
Dimension(L×B×H) 2780 × 980 × 1780
Tyre Size 90-90/12
Hand Brakes Yes
Submitted by: Under the supervision of


Brief Introduction:
The primary objective of the model report is to facilitate the entrepreneurs in understanding the importance of setting up such a unit, technology and financial parameters of various components for preparation and submission of project proposal to bank for sanction of long term loan. This model report will serve as guidance to the entrepreneurs on starting up such a new project and basic technical knowledge for setting up such a facility. Washing is the first essential primary process unit operation for value addition of vegetables at farm level as well as for processing. Stainless steel, portable, electric power (1hp) operated vegetable washing machine was developed. The inner rotary drum of the washer is made of stainless steel with 1.5 mm thickness, 760 mm length and 620 mm diameter. The machine is provided with a timer and an electronic device to regulate precisely the rotational speed of the drum up to 60 rpm.

Submitted by: Under the supervision of


Brief Introduction:
We are using the non-renewable energy sources such as petroleum as well as renewable sources like solar, wind, tidal power etc., but still we couldn’t overcome our power needs. So we have to generate electricity through each and every possible ways. Power can be generated through we are moving on the hand-pump; the generated power will be stored and can be used for domestic purposes. This system can be installed at homes, colleges, railway stations, where the people move around the clock. The utilization of waste energy of human power is very much relevant and important for populated countries like India and China. A special mechanical arrangement such as crankshaft mechanism is employed on the hand pump. This arrangement will convert the man power applied on hand pump, as a rotary motion. This rotary motion will be used to generate efficient electricity. It’s an eco-friendly; easily accessible and non-conventional power generation system when compared to existing systems.

Submitted by: Under the supervision of
Anand Kumar Mr. Amit Kumar Yadav
Ashutosh Kumar Rai Assistant Professor
Kamal KisoreRai


Brief Introduction
A punch press is a type of machine press used to cut holes in material. It can be small and manually operated and hold one simple die set, or be very large, CNC operated, with a multi-station turret and hold a much larger and complex die set. Punching is a type of shearing process which involves cutting sheet metal by subjecting it to shear stresses, usually between a punch and a die. Pneumatic punching press is that type of press in which air is used as a working medium and transmits power to the punch to perform the punching operation. Most punch presses are large machines with either a 'C' type frame or a 'portal' (bridge) type frame.

Submitted by: Under the supervision of
IRFAN AHMED Mr. Salman Alvi
MANISH RANJAN Assistant professor


Brief Introduction
Pneumatic cylinders (sometimes known as air cylinders) are mechanical devices which use the power of compressed gas to produce a force in a reciprocating linear motion. Like hydraulic cylinders, pneumatic cylinders use the stored potential energy of a fluid, in this case compressed air, and convert it into kinetic energy as the air expands in an attempt to reach atmospheric pressure. This air expansion forces a piston to move in the desired direction. The piston is a disc or cylinder, and the piston rod transfers the force it develops to the object to be moved. Engineers prefer to use pneumatics sometime because they are quieter, cleaner, and do not require large amounts or space for fluid storage.

Submitted by: Under the supervision of
Alok Kumar Gupta Mr. Prakash Kumar
Alok Pandey Assistant professor
Anurag Singh
Ajay Kumar


Brief Introduction
The elimination of the Mechanical / Hydraulic linkage between the steering system and the steering wheel, which is the basic of Steering System, is attempted in this project. We were able to do so with the use of synchronic transmitter and receiver. By-wire is the generic term used to denote control systems that depend on a communications network to connect their components, rather than the more traditional mechanical or hydraulic linkages. Steer by Wire system eliminates the mechanical connection between the driver and the vehicle front wheels. Instead, actuators are positioned at the corners of the vehicle and receive inputs from the control module to turn the wheels accordingly. A distributed control system made up of a network of controllers electrically transmits the road feel back to the steering wheel and the amount of steering wheel turn to the control system.

Submitted by: Under the supervision of
Monu Jalodia Mr. Amit Kumar Yadav
Nitish Kumar Srivastava Assistant professor
Onkar Nath Srivastava
Prakhar Raghuvanshi
Surbhi Vijayeshree


Brief Introduction
The primary objective of the model report is to facilitate the entrepreneurs in understanding the importance of setting up such a unit, technology and financial parameters of various components for preparation and submission of project proposal to bank for sanction of long term loan. This model report will serve as guidance to the entrepreneurs on starting up such a new project and basic technical knowledge for setting up such a facility. Washing is the first essential primary process unit operation for value addition of vegetables at farm level as well as for processing. Stainless steel, portable, electric power (1hp) operated vegetable washing machine was developed. The inner rotary drum of the washer is made of stainless steel with 1.5 mm thickness, 760 mm length and 620 mm diameter. The machine is provided with a timer and an electronic device to regulate precisely the rotational speed of the drum up to 60 rpm.

Submitted by: Under the supervision of
PRADEEP ARYA Assistant professor


Brief Introduction
This project discusses the mechanical design and simulation of a square whole producing tool based on Rouleau Triangle. The main aim of this project is to investigate how a circular motion can be converted into a square motion by purely a mechanical linkage; an application of which is to construct a special tool that drills exact square holes. A geometrical construction that fulfils the laid objective is Rouleau Triangle. The practical importance of this enhancement is that the driving end can be placed in a standard drill press; the other end, when restricted to stay inside the ambient square, will yield a perfectly square locus and this can be turned into a working square-hole drill. The developed design had a success rate of 98.7% i.e. it removed approximately 98.7% area of the desired square. The fabrication of the developed design in this paper has been done on Steel (EN8) that is ideal for soft surfaces.

Submitted by: Under the supervision of
Abhishek Prakash Mr. Mukesh Kumar
Abhishek Singh Assistant professor
Rimy Rajput
Shubham Mishra
Vishal Kumar Singh


Brief Introduction
The objective of the project is to design a wind turbine to recapture wind energy from vehicles on the highway. Wind energy is considered the fastest growing clean energy source however; it is limited by variable natural wind. Highways can provide a considerable amount of wind to drive a turbine due to high vehicle traffic. This energy is unused. Extensive research on wind patterns is required to determine the average velocity of the wind created by oncoming vehicles. The wind turbines will be placed on the medians therefore fluid flow from both sides of the highway will be considered in the design. Using all of the collected data, the existing streetlights on the medians can be fitted with these wind turbines.

Submitted by: Under the supervision of
Amit Kumar Maurya Mr. Nikhil Tatke
Ankit Kumar Assistant professor
Mohit Kumar
Mohit Kumar
Manohar Gupta
Sandeep Kumar


Brief Introduction
In this Pedal operated hacksaw machine and pump which can be used for industrial applications and Household needs in which no specific input energy or power is needed. This project consists of a crank and slider mechanism. In the mechanism pedal is directly connected to the hacksaw and pump through crank and slider mechanism for the processing of cutting the wooden blocks, metal bars, PVC materials or pumping water. The objective of the model is using the conventional mechanical process which plays a vital role. The main aim is to reduce the human effort for machining various materials such as wooden blocks, steel, PVC etc. Importance of this project lies in the very fact that it is green project and helps us to reduce our electricity need. Secondly, this cutter can be used and transferred to our working place easily. Moreover, if we want we can generate electricity with our project by connecting it to dynamo, diode and battery.

Submitted by: Under the supervision of
Prakhar Mishra Mr. Prakash Kumar
RanjeetYadav Assistant professor
Ram Avatar
Rajat Kumar Gupta
Rajan Singh
Shefali Gupta


Brief Introduction
In this project mechanism to generate power by converting the potential energy generated by a vehicle going fitted beneath and connected with flywheel and gear combination coupled to a generator, hence converting rotational energy into electrical energy. A vehicle weighing 1000Kg going up to a height of 10cm on such speed breaker produces approx. 0.98KW

Submitted by: Under the supervision of
Mr. Bipin Jaiswal Mr. Shubham Goel
Mr. Akshay Kumar Assistant professor
Mr. Vishal Verma
Mr. Vishal Singh


Brief Introduction
Home Automation is the residential extension of building automation. It is automation of the home, housework or household activity. Home automation may include centralized control of lighting, HVAC(heating, ventilation and air conditioning), appliances, security locks of gates and doors and other systems to provide improved convenience, comfort, energy efficiency and security. Home automation for the elderly and disabled can provide increased quality of life for persons who might otherwise require caregivers or institutional care.

Submitted by: Under the supervision of
Mr. Deepankar Sharma Mr. Neeraj Verma
Mr. Avinendra Prajapati Assistant professor
Mr. Abhishek Verma
Mr. Gaurav Kumar


Brief Introduction
The aim of this project is to control and regulate electric power supply in between local, residential and VIP/Industrial power consumption. This idea is a simple solution of power management and distribution. Power outages are a common phenomenon in countries where energy consumption is very high. They are often sourced to a power grid failure. The job to monitor the load management system is done by NRLDC, New Delhi. If any state needs more for their need more load for their need, they intimate to grid to increase their load if grid is able to increase their supply power they charge from state for extra load and if grid is not able to sanction extra load then grid modified itself.

Submitted by: Under the supervision of
Mr. Gyaneshwar Pandey Mr. Dharmesh Pathak
Mr. Gaurav Kumar Singh Assistant professor
Mr. Ashutosh Baboo
Mr. Neeraj Kumar Singh


Brief Introduction
Project is designed to develop a technique of energy transfer through free space from one place to another. The idea behind the project is to create a small tabletop demonstration of magnetically coupled wireless power transfer. An alternating current through the transmitter coil creates oscillatory magnetic field. This oscillatory magnetic field links through the receiving coil, where it induces an alternating EMF by Faraday’s Law of induction principle, which creates an AC current in receiver. Thus power can be transfer in free space but for short distance. This technology helps in reduction of transmission lines to transfer energy over long distances.

Submitted by: Under the supervision of
Mr. Amit Kumar Mr. Bajrangi Maurya
Mr. Ankur Verma Assistant professor
Mr. Manjeet Kumar
Mr. Akash Tripathi


Brief Introduction
In this project, we present the concept of transmitting power without using wires i.e. transmitting power using near and non-radiative field from one place to another is in order to reduce the power using wireless techniques has attracted many researchers. Transfer of power by wireless means has been recently demonstrated in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology(MIT). Our system is non effective system which can enable transmission of power over short distances of about 4 inches. In this for it can be used to replace conventional heating based electric stoves, wireless mobile charging.

Submitted by: Under the supervision of
Mr. Shashank Kashyap Mr. Ashish Mishra
Mr. Shailendra Kumar Gupta Assistant professor
Mr. Sushant Kumar Mr. Shivam Tiwari


Brief Introduction
A Gesture controlled Robot is a kind of robot which can be controlled by your gestures not by old buttons. You just need to hold a small transmitting device in your hand which includes an acceleration meter. This will transmit an appropriate command to the robot so that it can do whatever we want. This project is beneficial for army, explosive material detection for police and military. At the receiving end, an RF receiver module receives the encoded data from RF transmitter module and decodes it by a decoder IC (HT12D). This data is then processes by a microcontroller (AT89552) and finally a motor driver to control the motors.

Submitted by: Under the supervision of
Mr. Rohit Kumar Yadav Mr. Sudhakar Srivastav
Ms. Shivani Singh Assistant professor
Ms. Shreya Srivastava


Brief Introduction
This project is designed to develop pick & place robotic vehicles with a soft catching gripper. It can safely handle a bomb carefully to avoid explosion while catching. The robotic vehicle is android application controlled for remote operation. The android application device transmitter acts as a remote control that has the advantages of adequate range, while the receiver end Bluetooth device is fed to the microcontroller to drive DC motors via motor IC for necessary work. Remote operation is achieved by any smart phone/tablets with Android operating system upon GUI based touch screen operation.

Submitted by: Under the supervision of
Mr. Prakar Tiwari Mr. Manoj Garg
Mr. Mritiyunjay Assistant professor
Mr. Ranjan Chaurasia


Brief Introduction
This work describes the design and implementation of self balancing to wheeled robot. The system is similar to the classical unstable, non linear mechanical control problem of an inverted pendulum on a cart. This paper derives the liberalizing system dynamics equations and approaches the control problem of stabilizing the robot, using a Linear Quadratic Regulator for state feedback. Simulation result using a Kalman Fiter for state estimation, show that the controller manages to reject disturbances and stabilize the system using only a gyroscope and an accelerometer. The resulting implementation manages to stabilize the pendulum in an upright position and reject disturbances such as gentle pushes, An alternative controller also returns the robot to its initial position in response to a disturbance.

Submitted by: Under the supervision of
Mr. Shubham Kumar Yadav Ms. Priyanka Bhutani
Mr. Nirbhay Kushwaha Assistant professor
Mr. Ravi Srivastave
Mr. Samarthya Raj


Brief Introduction
Intelligent smart bridge over a navigable waterway must allow boats and ships to cross its path, usually by being impractical to build a bridge high enough, for example it may rise too steeply of block the view of an important landmark in such cases the bridge can be designed so it can be easily moved out of the way for vessels that are too large to sail under it. The project “Intelligent Smart Bridge in Embedded Technology” has been successfully programmed using KEIL software.

Submitted by: Under the supervision of
Mr. Abhimanyu Singh Chandel Mr. Rajkumar Singh
Mr. Alok Kumar Singh Assistant professor
Mr. Kartikey Vikram Singh
Mr. Kunal Sarawat

Innovative Project

Brief Introduction
Drone is also called quad copter is a multi-rotor helicopter that is lifted or propelled by four motors. Most quad-copter use identical fixed pitched propellers: two clockwise and two anti-clockwise. These use variation of RPM to control, lift and torque. Control of vehicle motor is achieved by alteration of the rotation rate of one or more motor discs. These objectives are affecting changes in torque load and thrust/lift characteristics by using microcontroller.

Submitted by: Under the supervision of
Ms. Ankansha Maheswari Mr. Abhishek Singh
Mr. Anuj Chauhan Assistant professor
Mr. Deepak Yadav
Ms. Pragya Shahani
Ms. Arpita Singh


A Golf Kart has been designed and developed by the student of IEC Group of Institutions, Greater Noida. A team of 17 Students of Mechanical and ECE branch have manufactured it in the college workshop under the R&D Cell.

The team was led by Mr. Anand Tiwari and Manvendra Rai students of Mechanical engineering. Mr. Ritik Rathore (ME student) chiefly contributed in the designing of the kart. The Project has been manufactured under the guidance of Mr. Amardeep (ME Faculty) , Dr. Vinay Gupta (HOD Mechanical) and supervised and coordinated by Mr. Dhirendra Kr. Singh (R&D Cell Incharge).

Now the team is going to participate in an Ultra Golf Kart Championship-2017 organised by M M University, Ambala. The C.E.O of IEC Group Dr. Naveen Gupta and Director Dr. D. B. Singh congratulated the team for their achievement and gave best wishes for participating in the competition.

The Kart has the following specifications
1. Low Cost (only 80K) with High strength
2. Battery operated so it's Eco friendly
3. Hydraulic Break
4. Easy riding with 5 persons
5. Equipped with tyre pressure sensor

After the various successful testing of the kart, it may manufacture commercially, that will be the cheapest, eco friendly and high strength golf kart in comparison to existing Kart.

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