Chhatra Vishwakarma Awards 2017: AICTE, ECI do a first, felicitate institutions, engineers, teachers; who won what, see full list

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Chhatra Vishwakarma Awards 2017: For the first time ever, the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) along with the Engineering Council of India (ECI) on September 19 in New Delhi felicitated the award winners of “AICTE-ECI Chhatra Vishwakarma Awards”.

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Chhatra Vishwakarma Awards 2017: For the first time ever, the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) along with the Engineering Council of India (ECI) on September 19 in New Delhi felicitated the award winners of “AICTE-ECI Chhatra Vishwakarma Awards” from Degree & Diploma level Technical Institutions/Universities that are AICTE approved. The list of winners included the names of Student Engineers, Teachers and even Institutes. MoS, Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) Dr Satya Pal Singh, was invited as the Chief guest of the occasion. While speaking at the event, Singh said, “no society can develop without developing science and for the progress of the country we have to focus on the technological requirements of twenty years later and work accordingly,” as quoted by PIB. The minister added, “We should learn from the ancient science and technologies discovered by a great scientist of that time.” He further told students to avoid the practice of plagiarism and follow Lord Vishwakarma in inventing new technologies which cannot be replicated.

The ‘AICTE-ECI Chhatra Vishwakarma Awards’ have been given in following categories separately for Degree and Diploma Students for providing an innovative solution-

1.Category-I: Outstanding Student Engineers (3 Awards each in Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Electronics Engineering, Computer Science and Biotechnology streams or their allied branches)

2. Category-II: Outstanding Teachers Awards (3 Awards each in Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Electronics Engineering, Computer Science and Biotechnology streams or their allied branches)

3. Category-III: Outstanding Institutions Awards (3 Awards) based on the maximum number of awards won from the above two categories and other criteria

Here is the full list of winners of the Awards-

Computer Science (Diploma)- PSG Polytechnic College, Tamil Nadu

Mentor : Dr. S. Brindha

Team Members :

1. Sh. S. Praneet
2. Sh. K..R. Dharani Dharam
3 Sh. S. Srinath
4. Sh. Niranjan

Electrical engineering (Degree)- Samrat Ashok Technological Institute(Degree), Madhya Pradesh

Mentor: Sh. S.P. Phulambrikar

Team Name: Advance

1. Ms. Deepa Marskole
2. Ms. Priyanka Chouksey
3. Ms. Riya Rawat
4. Sh. Kapil Kumar Soni

Civil Engineering (Degree)- St. Joseph’s College of Engineering

Mentor : Dr. S. Sivasankar

Team Name: The New Crew
1. Sh. P.K. Hariharan
2. Ms. B. Preethi Jain
3. Sh. J.D. Jeevith Prabhu
4. M. Nilaa

Mechanical Engineering (Degree)- Poornima Group of Institutions, Rajasthan

Mentor : Sh. Ratnesh Sharma

Team Name : Smart Innovators

1. Oshin Gangwal
2. Sh. Prasoon Vikram Singh
3. Sh. Rahul Meena
4. Sh. Rahul Saini

Computer Science (Degree)- CGC College of Engineering, Punjab

Mentor : Sh. Tejpal Sharma

Team name : Zeal Thinkers

1.Sh. Vishal Singh
2. Ms. Shamli Kanwar
3 Sh. Rajat Sharma
4. Tamannajangra

Electronics (Degree)- Scms School of Engineering & Technology, Karukutty

Mentor : Dr. Sunil Jacob

Team name : A De-Addiction Coil for Drug Addicts

1.Sh. A.N. George
2. Sh. Ajish Suresh
3 Ms. Amrutha Anil Kumar
4. Ms. Anu Paulson

BioTechnology (Degree)- Kumaraguru College of Technology

Mentor : Sh. G. Ramakrishnan

Team name :Eco Innovators

1.Niveda R
2. Gowtham S

The Council received 965 nominations from teams comprising of 3-4 members in each team across 23 States. All nominations were further shortlisted on the basis of parameters like – Innovation, Implimentability, Cost benefit, Eco friendly, and its Social impact. All 55 Teams comprising of around 250 students and their Mentors also displayed prototype of their ideas for the given problem statement form 10.00 am to 1,00 pm on 19th September, 2017 in AICTE HQs premises, Nelson Mandela, Marg, New Delhi, as per PIB.

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