Engineers Day celebrated at CGC Jhanjeri
Author(s): City Air NewsChandigarh Group of Colleges, Jhanjeri celebrated Engineers Day in honor of Bharat Ratna Sir Vishwasaraya the greatest engineer of India at its campus. Mohali, September 14, 2019: Chandigarh Group of Colleges, Jhanjeri...
Mohali, September 14, 2019: Chandigarh Group of Colleges, Jhanjeri celebrated Engineers Day in honor of Bharat Ratna Sir Vishwasaraya the greatest engineer of India.
The main events comprised of Hackathon, B-Plan, Project Display, Drone Race, Auto Expo etc. Various other Technical Events were Quizopuzzle, Technobuzz, Cad-Craft, Robo War, Web Development while non-technical events included Rangoli, Mega Tower, Treasure Hunt, Junk to Funk. Workshops were arranged on Cyber Security and Revoking Technical knowledge on HVAC & R. Some of the prominent personalities who are working as successful industrialists and entrepreneurs including Lovejot Singh Chhabra, Anil Singh Duggal, Vikram Jaidka, Ankush Gupta, Rajan Mittal, and Sandeep Kalra were the Guests of Honours.
They judged various innovative projects made by the students. The function attracted more than 1000 participants from about 90 leading Universities, Colleges and Schools of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh & Chandigarh including UIET, Panjab University, Punjabi University, Chandigarh University, Chitkara University, LPU, Indian School of Robotics, GND Engineering College, Govt College of Arts, Rayat & Bahra, Adesh Institute, BBSBEC, PCTE DC Model International School and Indian School of Robotics etc. apart from thousands of students of CGC Landran & Jhanjeri. As many as 82 projects were put up by the students.
A novel item of this function was an impressive display of old model cars with courtesy of Brig. J.S. Phoolka, President Vintage and Classic Car Club, Chandigarh. Austin Chummy 1925-UK, Ford's 1932-UK, Austin-1938, HM 14, 1952-UK, Hillman-1952 UK, Plymouth-1952 USA, Morris-1964-UK and VW 1964-Germany impressed the audience.
Speaking on the occasion, Rashpal Singh Dhaliwal, President CGC said that the students are full of energy & new ideas. If their talent is given due nourishment, they can convert their ideas into projects useful for the society. Dr. G.D Bansal, Director General highly appreciated that a large number of students have come up with projects covering practical problems like Giving passage to ambulances in a traffic Jam situation, Automatic intimation to the nearest hospital & police station about an accident, Drones for dropping Medicines & Food in earthquake & Flood affected areas, Automatic prevention of the vehicles from jumping red light and over speeding etc. Dr. Bansal added that these projects proved that the young engineers interested in solving the problems of the society.