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Industrial And Foreign Visits

Title: Industrial Visit to CSIR- NATIONAL AEROSPACE

Date : 28/08/2019

Organized By : School of ECE, REVA University

LABORATORIES, Hal Airport Road, Bangalore on dated 28/08/2019, for the students of 3rd year (5th Sem A Section) consisting of around 62 students. These students were accompanied by Dr.Venkateshappa and Prof. Divya M N. The visit commenced at 10.45 am in the Morning.

Mr.A Somanarayanan In-charge, Visits, KTMD CSIR-NAL, Bangalore addressed the gathering and guided the students with initial presentation of the company and demonstrated the Vision and Mission of the NAL. Students were exposed to knowledge regarding the Aerospace electronics and instrumentation lab, Aero dynamics test center, Wind tunnel Centre, Computerized fatigue test facility to investigating failures and accidents in aerospace

National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL), is India's second largest aerospace firm after Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL). It was established by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) at Delhi in 1959 and its headquarters was later moved to Bangalore in 1960. The firm closely operates with HAL, DRDO and ISRO and has the prime responsibility of developing civilian aircraft in India. The CSIR-NAL mandate is to develop aerospace technologies with strong science content, design and build small and medium-sized civil aircraft, and support all national aerospace program.

NAL is a high technology oriented institution concentrating on advanced topics in the aerospace and related disciplines. Originally started as National Aeronautical Laboratory, it was renamed National Aerospace Laboratories to reflect its major involvement in the Indian space program, its multidisciplinary activities and global positioning. It is India’s only civilian aerospace laboratory with a high level of competence and the expertise of its scientists is globally acknowledged. NAL employs a staff of about 2,500 with about 350 full-fledged R&D professionals.

Mr. Somanarayanan answered all the queries that students had related to the things they had observed at NAL. He also appreciated the initiative taken up by REVA University for introducing such visits for the young minds and nurturing their careers. Hence, the industrial visit to NAL enriched knowledge to both students and faculty in knowing more about Aerospace electronics and instrumentation lab ,Aero dynamics test center, Wind tunnel Centre, Computerized fatigue test facility to investigating failures and accidents in aerospace.

We would like to thank our beloved Chancellor Dr. P. Shyama Raju Sir for providing all facility and support to conduct such Events. We also thank Vice Chancellor Dr. S.Y. Kulkarni Sir, Registrar Dr. M. Dhanamjaya Sir, Dean, Placement, Training, and Planning Dr. N. Ramesh Sir for their constant support in organizing such events. We thank Mr. J. Syam Sundar Sarin, Senior Manager- Corporate Relations, RU, Dr. Mrinal Sarvagya and Prof Anitha Kumari R D for their kind support for organizing the Industrial Visit to NAL and also thank our Year-wise Coordinator(3rd Year) Dr. Seshikala School of ECE for her motivation in organizing the Industrial Visit to NAL, Bengaluru.

We also thank our beloved Director, School of ECE Dr. R.C. Biradar Sir for his constant support and Guidance.

We also thank all the faculties and technical staffs of School of ECE for their support.

Title: Industrial visit on CeNSE Lab at IISc

Date : 07/06/2019

Organized By : School of ECE, REVA University

Participants : Students of second semester - M.Tech VLSI and Embedded Systems

Faculties : Dr.M.Devanathan, Prof.Raji.C, Prof.Raganna.A, Prof. Anilkumar.V, Prof.Anilkumar.C.S.

Description :

In order to promote the research ambience to our M.Tech students in the emerging technologies like MEMS & NEMS design, the School of ECE had organized an Industrial / Research Lab visit to “Centre for Nano Science and Engineering (CeNSE)”, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore on 7th June 2019.

As per the schedule, our team reported to the PRO office - IISC, Bangalore by 2.00 p.m. After the formal procedures, they permitted to visit the CENSE research laboratories & its fabrication unit. In the CeNSE, we have been taken into two central facilities – The National Nanofabrication Centre (NNfC) and the Micro and Nano Characterization facility (MNCF).

CeNSE houses a state-of-the art National Nanofabrication Centre (NNfC) with 14000 square feet of class 100/1000 clean room. It also houses a comprehensive micro nano characterization facility (MNCF) to conduct virtually any type of electrical, optical, mechanical and material characterization. Both of these are national user facilities are accessible to outside researchers for very reasonable charges.

The Centre for Nano Science and Engineering (CeNSE) was established in 2010 to pursue interdisciplinary research across several disciplines with a focus on nanoscale systems. Current research topics include nanoelectronics, MEMS/NEMS, nanomaterials and devices, photonics, nano-biotechnology, solar cells and computational nano-engineering.

Apart from the regular faculty members at CeNSE, almost 40 faculty members from different departments at IISc are associated in the academic and research activities at the centre.

National Nanofabrication (NNfC)
• Photolithography with resolution of 1 µm for optical and 10 nm for e-beam lithography.
• Developing unit processes for chemical & physical vapour deposition, wet & dry etching.
• Fabricating complete MEMS sensors, gas sensors, GaN HEMTs, Si solar cells.
• Developing new and customized processes for MEMS/NEMS devices, microfluidic structures, and semiconductor devices for industries and other laboratories.
• Inline characterization using various metrology tools.

Micro and Nano Characterization Facility (MNCF)
• Complete electrical characterization of devices from DC to 110 MHz and at 4K to 400K temperature, using an array of probe stations and parameter analysers.
• Characterize RF devices up 70 GHz.
• Ability to measure power conversion efficiency and external quantum efficiency (EQE) of solar cells.
• Metrology of thin-films using optical profilometer; acoustic microscopy; and atomic force microscope (AFM).
• Comprehensive characterization of bulk materials and thin-films using Raman.

The students were highly delighted to experience the real time research exposure of various processes in the fabrication unit and as well as the characterization process for Micro and Nano devices. The students also gained the knowledge about MEMS fabrication from Wafer to Assembly level processing and packaging, which includes various flow of fabrication process such as Oxide growth, Thermal diffusion, Ion implantation, Deposition, Etching, Epitaxial etc.

We would like to thank our beloved Chancellor Dr. P. Shyamaraju sir for providing all facility and support to conduct such events. We also thank Vice Chancellor Dr. S.Y. Kulkarni sir, Registrar Dr. M. Dhanamjaya sir, Dean, Placement, Training, and Planning Dr. N. Ramesh sir for their constant support and encouragement.

We thank our beloved Director, School of ECE Dr. R.C. Biradar sir for his guidance and motivation to conduct all such activities.

We also thank our General Manager Col. K. Nataraj sir and Deputy GM (Admin) Mr.G.Lakshmanan sir for the logistical support in transportation. We extend thank to all the faculties and technical staffs of the School of ECE for their support.

Title: Industrial Visit Report to Railway Wheel Factory

Date : 11 May 2019 from 9am to 3pm

Organized By : School of ECE, REVA University

Time : 9:00 pm to 3:00 pm

No. of Visitors permitted : 120 Students +3 Faculty

Address :Indian Institute of Science (IISc)
CV Raman Rd, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560012

Description :

No. of Visitors permitted : 45 Students +3 Faculty

Organised By: School of ECE

Description:

The unit was started by C. K. JafferSharief, the then Railway Minister, who got this project to Bengaluru. It was commissioned in 1984 to manufacture wheels and axles for the Indian Railways. This factory uses cast steel technology in the manufacturing of wheels which utilizes scrap steel collected from Railways own workshops as raw material. The products (Wheels, Axle sand wheel sets) are engineered with little scrap for human errors. It has a planned capacity to manufacture of about 70,000 wheels of different sizes, 23,000 axles and to assemble 23,000 wheel sets. It employs over 2000 personnel and has an annual turnover of about 82 crores.

Rail wheel Factory is a manufacturing unit located in Yelahanka, Bengaluru. They aim to produce quality wheels, axles and wheel sets of railroad wagons, coaches and locomotives. This factory uses cast steel technology to manufacture wheels which utilizes scrap steel collected from workshops as raw material.

Power Supply and Power Backup to the Factory:

The factory is currently getting power form Ratnagiri power plant. 66Kv is stepped down to 11Kv in the beginning and transmitted to the axial and wheel shops in the respective shops it is again stepped down to 433v to run equipment with 3 phase motor or to 230v to single phase motor. In addition to this they also have a diesel generating station to provide uninterrupted power to the factory and the colony.

The metal is molten using an Ultra High Frequency Electric Arc furnace (at temp=1600 degree C) and put into graphite moulds followed by different heat treatment processes. Some metals like Mn,Ni,Cr are added to retain the desired old properties of the iron .The sample is taken from every batch which is tested in the lab for its physical, chemical and molecular properties if the metal. Then they will send big container containing molten iron into Johnmohr pit-1 (underground).Later it is moulded into desired shape of wheel with required diameter based on the requirement. That hot wheel will be sent through ladder and will heat for 1 hour. This process was performed by fully automated machine. The wheels are then air cooled slowly later the extra undesired pieces are cut out manually slowly using gas cutter. The wheel is then passed to normalising furnace to maintain certain properties to strengthen the wheel. The wheel is cooled then the sample is sent for quality test like Magna particle test to detect any bubbles or any internal or external cracks.

Forging of Axles:
Billets are cut to required unit lengths and heated in a rotary hearth furnace to forging temperatures. The heated billets are then transferred to CNC controlled precision long gorging machine procured from M/s GFM, Austria. The advantage of the precision forging process is minimised machining allowance, leading to reduced wastage .The fish tail ends of the forged axles are gas cut and axles hot stamped with the unique number .The forged axles are the normalised in a walking beam furnace, followed by air-cooling and tempering. For axles meant for traction applications, where higher tensile strength and hardness is required, the axles are quenched after normalising using polymer quenchant. Samples are drawn from each bath and checked for physical and metallurgical properties tested before being taken up for machining. The machine line is again a completely automated system with integrated engineering for material transfer from one station to another .the various machining stages include end milling , cup turning and countering , rough, semi-finished and finish turning , brushing of wheel drilling and tapping of axles end holes , grinding of axle journal and dust guards. During the course of machining cycle , all axles are ultrasonically checked for internal flaws and magnetic particle testing is done to detect any surface flaws. RWF is procuring a radial scanning equipment to undertake radial probing of axles required as per UIC standards. The manufactured wheels and axles are then tested using destructive and non-destructive tests to check for cracks and any kind of failures.

Wheel Set Assembly:
RWF has the unique distinction of being one of the few plants worldwide which besides loose wheels and axles, is capable of supplying assemble wheelsets to the consumers. RWF has a fully automated wheel assembly complex, which can assemble a wide spectrum of wheel sets. In the assembly complex the wheelset diameter of the axles is measured electronically and the data is transferred to precision borers, where a wheel pair, with tread diameter within 0.5mm, is bored to get correct interface fit. The wheels are then pressed on the axle in a 300 ton pressure under control conditions (minimum 78 ton and maximum 136 metric ton) to form a perfect assembly in respect of track gauge, offset of wheels from the axle centre, mounting pressure etc. the assembled wheelsets are inspected for all parameters. The wheel sets are given a protective coating, painted and packed before being cleared for shipment to protect them from physical and environmental damage during transit.

Faculty Coordinator:
Dr. R V Siva Reddy
Mr. Pavan Kunar U
Mr. Ramesh M S

Title: Industrial Visit Report to IISc

Date : 23rd March 2019

Organized By : School of ECE, REVA University

Time : 9:00 pm to 3:00 pm

No. of Visitors permitted : 120 Students +3 Faculty

Address :Indian Institute of Science (IISc)
CV Raman Rd, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560012

Description :

Students and faculty members of from School of Electronics and Communication Engineering have visited to IISc, Bangalore on the occasion of Open-day held on 23rd March 2019 between 9.00 AM to 3.00 PM. The main theme of the open-day is to explore the students to acquire knowledge/skill about live experiments, popular science lectures, scientific demos and exhibition. This was a very good platform for the young students to acquire knowledge about the topmost institute (in terms of availability of resources, research environment etc.,), interaction with the research students as well as with eminent professors working in the area of Science and Technology. Most of the students and faculty benefited from the open-day events.

Thanks to IISc organizing such events every year.

We would like to thank our beloved Chancellor Dr. P. Shyama Raju for providing all facility and support for the smooth conduction of the visit. We also thank Vice Chancellor Dr. S.Y. Kulkarni, Registrar Dr. M. Dhanamjaya, Dean, Placement, Training, Planning Dr. N. Ramesh, our beloved Director, School of Electronics and Communication Engineering Dr. Rajashekhar C Biradar for their constant support in organizing such events. We also thank Col. Nataraj K and Mr. Laxmanan for the transportation support provided.

Faculty Coordinators :Prof. Vinay N A
Prof. Dilip Chandra E
Prof. Raganna A

Title: Industrial Visit Report on “Semiconductor Technology and Applied Research Centre”

Date : 23rd March 2019

Organized By : School of ECE, REVA University

Participants : M.Tech VLSI and Embedded (Full time and Part time)

Faculties :Dr. M. Devanathan, Prof. Alla Srijaand Prof. Sugandha

The School of ECE had organized an Industrial visit to “Semiconductor Technology and Applied Research Centre – A unit of SITAR, Government of India”,on 23rd March 2019 as a part of giving real – time industrial exposure in recent technologies of ASIC/MEMS fabrications for our M.Tech - VLSI and Embedded System (Full time and Part time) students, led by faculty members Dr. M. Devanathan, Prof. Alla Srija, and Prof. Sugandha.

As per schedule, the team reported to the venue by 10.00 a.m. General Manager Mr. Somayajulu and Marketing Manager Mr. Sunil Kumar have welcomed our students and given the brief introduction about the vision and mission of the STARC. Later students were segregated into two batches and exposed to the areas of MEMS fabrication unit, Testing Unit & as well as Assembly Processing Units.

The STARC - MEMS Fabrication Facility is equipped with Twenty-eight fabrication equipment and eight characterization equipment of MI Lqualified, capable of handling 6” wafers for one-micron process technology.

Our students were taken into all fabrication processing units by the respective Engineers and given clear explanations about the complete flow of MEMS devices for one - microntechnology. The unit has a thick film line and IC assembly, which supports the FAB to a limited extent. Digital ASIC’s, Discrete devices for niche applications, Read Out ICs (ROICs) for MEMS sensors and Drive electronics for Micro-actuators are fabricated in CMOSFAB.

This unit is geared up for producing MEMS devices as per the requirement of the customers for various applications such as Bolometer, Optical waveguide, RF MEMS, Pressure sensors, Dual-axis Pressure transducers, and many more.

The students highly gained the knowledge about MEMS fabrication from Wafer to Assembly processing and packaging, which includes various flow of fabrication process such as Oxide growth, Thermal diffusion, Ionim plantation, Deposition, Etching, Epitaxial etc.

We would like to thank our beloved Chancellor Dr. P. Shyama raju sir for providing all facility and support to conduct such Events. We also thank Vice Chancellor Dr. S.Y. Kulkarni sir, Registrar Dr. M. Dhanamjaya sir, Dean, Placement, Training, and Planning Dr. N. Ramesh sir for their constant support in organizing such events.

We thank our beloved Director, School of ECE Dr. R. C. Biradar sir for his constant encouragement and guidance in organizing for all such activities.

We also thank our General Manager Col. K. Nataraj sir and Deputy GM (Admin) Mr. G. Lakshmanan sir for the logistical support. We extend thank to all the faculties and technical staffs of the School of ECE for their support.

Address :

Semiconductor Technology and Applied Research Centre,

A Unit of SITAR, Government of INDIA.

PO Box No.1640, off Old Madras Road,
Doorvani Nagar P.O., Bangalore 560 016, India.

Title: Industry Visit Report to BSNL Connecting India

Date : 8th March 2019

Organized By : School of ECE, REVA University

Time : 10am to 2pm

Address: OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL DISTRICT TELECOM TRAINING CENTRE
Jayanagar Telephone Exchange Building,
III Floor, Jayanagar 4th block, Bangalore-11

Faculty Coordinator : Dr. Prameela Kumari N

No. of Visitors permitted: 60 Students +2 Faculty

Detailed Agenda

Greetings & Introduction Visit to various Sections Q&A Departure

 

The FDP focused on following key points:

  • Please maintain punctuality
  • Individuals are responsible for their personal belongings
  • Formal dress & shoes for both Ladies & Gentleman are mandatory.
  • Individual must wear College/Company ID during visit.
  • Usage of Mobile Phones & Laptops inside the premises is prohibited
  • If you hear any emergency sound during your visit, you are informed to come out of the place and assemble at Safe Assembly Area. Don’t use lift during emergencies. You can follow the Emergency Exit symbols to reach out the Safe Assembly Area or ask for assistance of BSNL Members.
  • Students shall visit Company’s website bsnl.co.in before the visit for better understanding of our business and achievements.
  • Visitors are requested to mail their feedback / suggestions on completion of the Industrial visit to principaldttc@gmail.com.

Note:

1. Kindly carry a copy of confirmation letter along with the DD during the visit for completing the official formalities before Visit.

2. Due to unavoidable circumstances the schedule may get Cancelled / Modified.

Sl No

SRN

NAME

 

1

R18EC067

CHERSIHNAV REDDY

 

2

R18EC068

DARSHAN K

 

3

R18EC069

DEEPIKA.N

 

4

R18EC071

DERRICK PASANGHA

 

5

R18EC072

D.JANARDHAN

 

6

R18EC074

DHANYA R

 

7

R18EC075

DIVIJA VS

 

8

R18EC076

DIVYA HEGDE

 

9

R18EC077

E. NIRANJAN

 

10

R18EC078

E.AKHIL KUMAR REDDY

 

11

R18EC080

FIRAS HANEEF

 

12

R18EC081

G ASHOK

 

13

R18EC083

G RATAN DEEP

 

14

R18EC084

GAGAN GANAPATHY AA

 

15

R18EC085

GIRISH G

 

16

R18EC087

GODAVARTHI SWAPNA

 

17

R18EC088

G HEMANTH REDDY

 

18

R18EC089

GVP SAI RAM

 

19

R18EC090

GOLLA HARISH

 

20

R18EC091

GOUTHAM K

 

21

R18EC092

GOVIND KUMAR R

 

22

R18EC093

GREESHMA S MENON

 

23

R18EC094

GUDETI SUBBA REDDY

 

24

R18EC095

G HEMANTH YADAV

 

25

R18EC096

GUNDA LOKESH GUPTA

 

26

R18EC097

GUNISHETTY SRIHARI

 

27

R18EC098

GUNTI NIKITH

 

28

R18EC099

GURURAJ M SAJJAN

 

29

R18EC100

HARINI REDDY

 

30

R18EC101

HARIVARDARAJA

 

31

R18EC102

HARSH SHIVANKAR

 

32

R18EC103

HARSHITH DK

 

33

R18EC104

HARSHITHA S

 

34

R18EC105

HARSHITHA TR

 

35

R18EC106

HEMANTH LK

 

36

R18EC107

HEMASHREE ST

 

37

R18EC109

JAGDEESH REDDY

 

38

R18EC110

JAHNAVI K

 

39

R18EC111

J SAI KEERTHAN

 

40

R18EC112

JASNAVI

 

41

R18EC113

JATIN JAYASIMHA

 

42

R18EC114

JAYANT VERMA

 

43

R18EC115

JAYRAJ CL

 

44

R18EC116

JEEVADITHVYA J

 

45

R18EC117

JOEL JOHN

 

46

R18EC118

JOEL M

 

47

R18EC120

J KALYAN

 

48

R18EC121

J BALAJI

 

49

R18EC122

JYOTSANA GOWDA

 

50

R18EC124

K LOHITHA

 

51

R18EC125

KADALI STAYENDRA

 

52

R18EC126

KAIF N ALAGUR

 

53

R18EC127

K VINOD

 

54

R18EC129

KANAK JYOTI

 

55

R18EC130

K VINAY GOUD

 

56

R18EC131

K SHEWTHAPRIYA

 

57

R18EC132

KARTHIK MOHAN

 

58

R18EC363

ABHISHIEK

 

59

R18EC342

VIKAS

 

60

R18EC145

BANDAVYA

 

Information Learnt:

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) is an Indian state-owned telecommunications company head quartered in New Delhi. It was incorporated on 15 September 2000 and assumed the business of providing telecom services and network management from the Central Government Departments of Telecom Services (DTS) and Telecom Operations (DTO) as of 1 October 2000 on a going-concern basis. It is the largest provider of fixed telephony and broadband services with more than 60% market share, and is the fourth largest mobile telephony provider in India.

Students had an opportunity to visit the BSNL training centre at Jayanagar Telephone Exchange and see the actual hardware setup of

1. Main Distribution Frame (MDF)

2. Optical Fiber Transmission (OFT)

3. Electronic Switching System (ESS)

4. Power Room

 

Title: Report on Industrial Visit M/s. Toyoda Gosei Private Limited

Date : 7th March 2019

Organized By : School of ECE, REVA University

Participants: : 40 Students, 6th SEM F Section

Faculties: Prof. Ravi Shankar D

The School of ECE had arranged an Industrial Visit to M/s. Toyoda Gosei Pvt. Limited, Bengaluru dated on 07/03/2019, for the students of 3rd year (6th Sem F Section) consisting of around 40 students. These students were accompanied by Prof. Ravi Shankar D. The visit commenced at 10.45 am in the Morning where students were exposed to knowledge regarding the Sensors used in Automobiles, Assembling of Sub-components, Novel method of painting the sub-components. Adoption of 5S methods. etc.

Toyoda uses advanced technical skills to develop and produce rubber and plastic products in four areas. In a system that covers all steps in manufacturing, from materials development to production and processing, They aim to introduce high value-added products that raise the performance of automobiles. Using the technologies they have cultivated few automobile parts, and developed products in various other fields. There some products are popular in market such as air purifiers, for which they have involved in all steps from design to production, to construction and industrial machines, home construction components and personal electronics.

Mr. Srinidhi,HR Manager and Mr. Manjunath, Senior Quality Engineer, welcomed the gathering and guided the students with initial presentation of the company and demonstrated the Vision and Mission of the Industry. Students were exposed to knowledge regarding the Sensors used in Automobiles, Assembling of Sub-components, Novel method of painting the sub-components. Adoption of 5S methods. etc.

Mr. Manjunath answered all the queries that students had related to the things they had observed at Toyoda. Students were then encouraged to prepare the current marketing requirements.

He insisted students to become Entrepreneurs and provide job opportunities to others. He advised students to dream big and achieve the best possible of it. He also appreciated the initiative taken up by REVA University for introducing such visits for the young minds and nurturing their careers. Hence, the industrial visit to Toyoda Gosei Pvt. Ltd enriched knowledge to both students and faculty in knowing more about Automobile Sensors and Components, Assembling the sub-parts etc.

We would like to thank our beloved Chancellor Dr. P. Shyama Raju Sir for providing all facility and support to conduct such Events. We also thank Vice Chancellor Dr. S.Y. Kulkarni Sir,Registrar Dr. M. Dhanamjaya Sir Dean, Placement, Training, and Planning, Dr. N. Ramesh Sir for their constant support in organizing such events.

We thank Mr. J. Syam Sundar Sarin, Senior Manager- Corporate Relations, RU for his all kind of support for organizing the Industrial Visit to Toyoda and also thank our Year-wise Coordinator(3rd Year) Dr. Manjunath R. Kounte, School of ECE for his motivation in organizing the Industrial Visit to M/s. Toyoda Gosei Pvt. Limited, Bengaluru.

We also thank our beloved Director, School of ECE Dr. R.C. Biradar Sir for his constant support and Guidance.

We also thank all the faculties and technical staffs of School of ECE for their support

Title: IndustryVisit - Report to BFW Limited - Off Tumkur Road, Bengaluru – 560022

Date : 2nd March 2019

Organized By : School of ECE, REVA University

Time : 10.30am to 12.30pm

Name of the Organization :REVA University Bengaluru

No. of Visitors permitted:20 Students +1 Faculty

Plant Tour General Guidelines

  • Please maintain punctuality
  • Individuals are responsible for their personal belongings
  • Formal dress & shoes for both Ladies & Gentleman are mandatory.
  • Individual must wear College/Company ID during visit.
  • Usage of Mobile Phones & Laptops inside the premises is prohibited
  • Filming, taking photos are prohibited inside the plant
  • Safety is very important for AMS, request all to follow all the safety rules
  • If you hear any emergency sound during your visit, you are informed to come out of the place and assemble at Safe Assembly Area. Don’t use lift during emergencies. You can follow the Emergency Exit symbols to reach out the Safe Assembly Area or ask for assistance of AMS Members.
  • Students shall visit Company’s website http://www.bfwindia.com/before the visit for better understanding of our business and achievements.
  • Visitors are requested to write their feedback/suggestions on completion of the Industrial visit in a Register kept at Reception.

NOTE :

1. Kindly carry a copy of this confirmation letter during the visit for completing the formalities at Security Gate.

2. Due to unavoidable circumstances the schedule may get Cancelled / Modified.

 

Industry Visit on Industry visit to (ISRO)

Organised By: School of Electronics & Communication Engineering

Held on : 13/11/2018

U R Rao Satellite Center, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), Bangalore The School of Electronics and Communication, REVA University, has organized an industrial visit to U R Rao Satellite Center, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), Bangalore on 13th November, 2018. The industrial visit included a team of faculty members including Dr. Parag Parandkar, Prof. Nirmal Kumar Benni and Prof. Satya Prakash accompanied by 100 final year students belonging to the School of ECE.

 

Industry Visit - U R Rao Satellite Centre (URSC)

Organised By: School of Electronics & Communication Engineering

Held on : 02/11/2018

Harness space technology for national development, while pursuing space science research and planetary exploration.

We group of 56(53 students + 3 Faculty) reached U R Rao Satellite Centre , Blore at 10:15 AM and we were directed to conference hall (Museum) to view a half an hour video presentation on Chandrayaan 1.

Mr.Srinivas,senior scientist ,ISRO,Welcomed the gathering and guided the students with initial demo videos of basic need of satellite, its invention, different kinds with evolutionary background, Satellite preparation, rocket launch and explained the models of satellite kept at the ISRO museum. Later the attendees got a lifetime opportunity as they were taken to clean room where the next satellite for chandrayan -2 was being prepared which would be launched next year . Mr Srinivas answered all the queries that students had related to the things they had observed at ISRO, students were then encouraged to take up the entrance exam and avail various positions at ISRO with the best ever possible benefits they could imagine. Hence, the industrial visit to ISRO Enriched knowledge to both students and faculties in knowing more about communication satellites.

Faculty members:

  • Vidyasagar K N
  • Dr Seshikala G
  • P. R Savitha
  • 5 th Sem - D Section Students:

Bharat Electronics Ltd - Industry Visit Report

Event Organised by : School of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Day of visit: 27TH OCTOBER 2018

About the Program : To be a world-class enterprise in professional electronics. To be a customer focussed globally competitive company in defence electronics and in other chosen areas of professional electronics, through quality, technology and innovation.

VISION:

To be a world-class enterprise in professional electronics.

MISSION:

To be a customer focussed globally competitive company in defence electronics and in other chosen areas of professional electronics, through quality, technology and innovation.

Research Area:

  • Comunication products
  • Land-based Radars
  • Naval Systems
  • Electronic Warfare Systems
  • Avionics
  • Electro Optics
  • Tank & Armoured Fighting Vehicle Electronic Systems
  • Weapon Systems
  • C4I Systems
  • Shelters & Masts
  • Simulators
  • Batteries
  • Components / Devices

We group of 23(21 students + 2 Faculty) reached BEL, Blore at 9:50 AM and we were directed to conference hall (new management block) to view a half an hour video presentation on above-mentioned research areas carried out in BEL.

Mr. Hemanthkumar, public relation officer, BEL took us to display room wherein he briefed out about the BEL products and work done in the field of defence communication systems. Later we visited the following labs

  • Military Communication division
  • Radio testing division
  • Military RADAR division
  • Electromagnetic compatibility test centre

1) Military Communication division: Mr. Muralidhar jadav explained about various radio communication equipment like Medium Power HF SSB Manpack Radio (LHP 265DI), VLF/HF Relay Radio Receivers, V/UHF AM/FM Transceivers in the field of Army, Defence, and Navy. He also explained about Software Defined Radio (SDR) which is the indigenous product of BEL.

2) Radio testing division: In this division, Mr. Muralidhar jadav briefed out about the environmental test screening done for radios under different temperature conditions in the Thermal test chamber.Also, he demonstrated the steps carried out in Automatic Test Equipment (ATE) using LabView.

3) Military RADAR division: Mr. Harshith illustrated the upgradation process of  Schilka ZSU-23-4 air defense weapon system and he also explained the voice communication and data communication process with radio base station. Then he educated us about the importance of thermal camera used in DOPPLER RADAR unit adopted in Schilka weapon system.

4) Electromagnetic compatibility test centre: Mr Subbarao explained about the importance of electromagnetic interference and compatibility in testing the various military systems /Equipments. Also he illustrated the cone type design technique adopted in the laboratory.

On behalf of School of ECE we would like to thank Honorable Chancellor Dr.P.Shyama Raju, Vice Chancellor Dr.S.Y. Kulkarni, and Registrar Dr. M. Dhanamjaya for their continuous support for knowledge enhancement programs for faculty member and students. We also take this opportunity to thank our Director School of ECE Dr. R C Biradar for initiating this project.

We also thank J.Syam Sundar Sarin,Senior Manager – Corporate Relations, Placements for guiding us  and Mr. G.Lakshman DGM (Admin) for providing transportation facility. We whole heartedly thank to Mr. Anil Kumar Soans Sr. DGM (Public Relations) ,BEL for granting permission to visit.

Participants:

Faculty members:

  • Prof.Manjunath G Asuti
  • Prof.Vinay N A

V B Students:

  • BAJARANG
  • M
  • BANDI NIKHIL ELEDAD
  • BHANUSHREE G
  • BHAVANA C
  • BHAVYASHREE R
  • BHOOMIKA C M
  • BHOOMIKA D
  • BRUNDA B
  • CHAITRA H
  • CHALLA RAVITEJA
  • CHANDAN REDDY B
  • CHERUKURI ANUSH
  • CHERUKURU THULASIDHAR
  • VHAISHNAVI A
  • CHILMAKURU AMOGHSAI
  • CHILUKURI AKANKSHA
  • CLIFTON SALVADOR DSOUZA
  • D G KOUSHIK GUPTA
  • R. JAYA KRISHNA
  • DEEKSHITH SHETTY

Industry Visit Report - Defence Avionics Research Establishment(DARE)

Organised By: School of Electronics & Communication Engineering

Held on : 25-07-2018

Defence Avionics Research Establishment (DARE) initially started as a Project Laboratory - Advanced Systems Integration and Evaluation Organization (ASIEO), which was established in 1986 in Bangalore to pursue the goal of enhancing the operational capabilities of Indian Air Force through modern technologies. Over the last decade, DARE has made rapid progress in the areas of Airborne Electronic Warfare, Airborne Processors and Testing & Evaluation of Electronic Warfare (EW) systems. It has implemented concepts in concurrent engineering in partnership with the Industry in order to achieve shorter design to induction time frames and seamless transfer of technology. DARE has two major wings - the Electronic Warfare (EW) wing and the Mission Avionics Wing (MAW).

To conduct Research and Development in avionics technologies in order to equip Indian Armed Forces with Mission-effective aeronautical systems enhanced by-
(a) Current and Futuristic airborne EW systems
(b) State of art Mission Avionics

The team reachedDARE (DRDO Complex), CV Raman Nagar, Bengaluru around2 PM.After finishing all the security formalities, we met MrAP Regu Kumar, Associate Director, DARE and discussed about the current work carried out in DARE and how it would be helpful for our academics point of view(Internship,Projects, University/industry collaboration).DARE is ready to offer the internship programs for PG/UG students based on an interview process.

Group Captain R Reji Peter (IAF nodal officer) took the team around to various laboratories and research wing in the Avionics division with an aim to give an insight into the work being carried out in the lab.He also shared his experience from start of this lab and the progress happened over the years till date. Our faculties interacted with him and gained knowledge/awareness. The contribution of DARE to enhance the capabilities of Indian Air Force in terms of avionics and EW capabilities were briefly presented during course of discussion and visit to the various facilities.

Laboratories Visited:
1) Su-30 MKI DP Rig Cock pit-
-8 Core MIPS Processor module,1553B mezzanine card,RTOS (Vxworks),Processors,FPGA
2) Project-AMOGH
Automatic Test Equipment (ATE)-Line Replaceable Units (LRUs)

The EW suites developed in DARE have RWR, internal jammer and podded jammer. ATE is designed to test all line replaceable units (LRUs) and associated PCBs. It consists of GPIB-based test instruments, ISA bus-based PC add-on measurement cards and custom interface units. Desktop computer serves as the ATE controller. The controller communicates with test instruments via GPIB interface bus and with LRUs via RS-232 and RS-422 serial lines.

The test software is windows-based with excellent graphical user interface. The software is enabled, for conducting the functional tests on LRUs and PCBs, through password protection and provides following additional facilities:

  • Runs self-test on all instruments, adapter boxes and PC add-on cards
  • Calibrates RF paths and video paths between LRU and the tester
  • Dynamically displays test reports in tabular or graphical form
  • Stores test reports
  • Provides facility to take hard copies of the user-selected reports
  • Provides zoom facility to view selected segments of graph
  • Creates history of the user's activities and events
  • Provides extensive help at each level

Addition of new tests or replacement of obsolete test equipments can be done with minimum changes in the software core. The instrument driver interfaces and functional tests are designed as DLLs (Dynamic Link Libraries) to provide maximum flexibility in tester maintenance. The ATE is operational at user's site for performance evaluation.

3) Vetrivale Display Processor Integration Rig -
DARIN III-Mission Computer for Jaguar

4) FADEC Lane-A
On behalf of School of ECE we would like to thank Honorable Chancellor Dr.P. Shyama Raju, Vice Chancellor Dr.S.Y. Kulkarni, and Registrar Dr. M. Dhanamjaya for their continuous support for knowledge enhancement programs for faculty member and students. We also take this opportunity to thank our Director School of ECE Dr. R C Biradar for initiating this project. We also thank Mr. G. Lakshman DGM (Admin) for providing transportation facility.

Faculty members on Visit:

  • Dr. P I.Basarkod
  • Mr.Shailesh M
  • Prof.Manjunath G Asuti
  • Prof.Madan H T
  • Prof.Bharath H P

Industrial Visit to MCF Hassan

Held On: 08 June 2018

Faculty members visited Master Control Facility (MCF), Hassan on 08.06.2018. Master Control Facility (MCF) at Hassan in Karnataka monitors and controls all the Geostationary / Geosynchronous satellites of ISRO, namely, INSAT, GSAT, Kalpana and IRNSS series of satellites. MCF is responsible for Orbit Raising of satellites, In-orbit payload testing, and On-orbit operations all through the life of these satellites. MCF activities include round-the-clock Tracking, Telemetry & Commanding (TT&C) operations, and special operations like Eclipse management, Station-keeping manoeuvres and recovery actions in case of contingencies. MCF interacts with User Agencies for effective utilization of the satellite payloads and to minimize the service disturbances during special operations.

Industrial visit to Siddaganga Institute of Technology SIT Tumkur

Held On: 17/4/2018

Organized By : School of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Participants : 72 Students, 4th SEM, School of ECE

Faculty members:

Prof. Savitha PR, Dr. G.Seshikala, Prof. Ravi Shankar.D, Prof. Praveen .V. vijapur, Foreman: Mr Nagendra CV


School of ECE, intended to set up Remote Hardware Lab to have 24/7 lab utilization. Dr. K C Narasimhamurthy, Professor, Dept. of Telecommunication Engg. has set up successfully remote hardware lab at SIT, Tumkur To interact with the students working in the lab and establish student to student interaction and also to see working of Remote Hardware Lab, team of faculty members and students from ECE School visited SIT, Tumkur on 17-04-2018.

The REVA university bus started from campus at 9.30 AM and reached SIT Tumkur by 11AM. Dr. K C Narasimhamurthy presented the details of Remote Hardware lab at SIT Tumkur and also shared his experience from start of this lab and the progress happened over the years till today. Our students interacted and gained knowledge. During the interaction one of the question raised by our student to have a stand by parallel path in hard ware circuit for critical application is appreciated and they also intend incorporate in forthcoming projects. In the afternoon session students were divided into groups and each group was headed by host and visiting college students. Demonstration was given to each batch and many valuable information was exchanged between them. Later we have given instruction to student group to make report about the interaction. Dr.Seshikala interacted with ECE professors about syllabus curriculum and visited ECE lab. The session ended with vote of thanks and bus returned to REVA University by 4.50PM.

On behalf of School of ECE we would like to thank Honorable Chancellor Dr.P.Shyama Raju, Vice Chancellor Dr. S. Y. Kulkarni, and Registrar Dr. M. Dhanamjaya for their continuous support for knowledge enhancement programs for faculty member and students. We also take this opportunity to thank our Director School of ECE Dr. R C Biradar for initiating this project. We also thank Mr G.Lakshman DGM (Admin) for providing transportation facility. We whole heartedly thank management, principal of SIT Tumkur for their great hospitality. We thank Dr. K C Narasimhamurthy for sharing his knowledge and providing opportunity for visiting SIT.

Industrial visit to the COE NANO Material & MEMS Laboratory.

Held On: 17th May 2018

Organized By : School of Electronics and Communication Engineering

As part of industry interaction in School of Electronics and Communication Engineering had organized visit for students of 2nd Sem M. Tech VLSI Course MEMS (Micro Electro Mechanical Systems) fabrication Lab at Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology, Bengaluru.

I would like to thank Director School of ECE, Dr. Rajashekhar C. Biradar and Dr. Prashanth V Joshi (PG Coordinator) for their constant guidance and motivation in every way.

I would like to extend my gratitude to our Hon'ble Chancellor Dr. P. Shyama Raju, Vice Chancellor Dr. S.Y Kulkarni, Registrar Dr. M Dhanamjaya, and Director Admin Col Nataraj Kuppasad for always supporting and encouragement.

Report on visit to CENTUM Electronics Ltd.

Held On: 10th April, 2018

Organized By : School of Electronics and Communication Engineering

CENTUM Electronics Ltd., started in 1994 by Mr. Apparao V. Mallavarapu a first generation entrepreneur. CENTUM is one of the leading fabrication company in the world, it has the fame of being in top 3 companies in the world in delivering oscillator products. Their focus is on medium and high end electronic design along with some prestigious government projects like, ISRO, ISAC and DRDO.

In collaboration with New Zealand based company called Rakon they are manufacturing OCX (Oven Controlled Oscillators). We visited this facility which has 400 employees (325 technicians, 25 R&D engineers and 50 administrative staff) headed by General Manager Mr Unnikrishnan. Most of their fabrication focusses on quartz crystal oscillator manufacturing. We had an opportunity to have a glance of various facilities such as CVD (Chemical Vapor Deposition), Clean Room, Annealing, laser etching and Ageing. In the basement they have testing facility where thermal and vibration are tested for reliability and stability.

Later we visited CENTUM (SEBU- Strategic Electronic Business Unit) where we met Mr. Vinod Chippalkatti, Vice President Strategic Electronics, Mr. Veda Prakash and Mrs. Sandhya Thyagarajan. This facility majorly focuses on satellite related projects, they have their presence in almost all student satellite project such as Jugnu, STUDSAT, CubeSat, PISAT. They are significantly involved in all satellite programs, as 400 to 500 components of CENTUM are housed in every satellite. The Vice-President invited us to visit EMS (Electronic Manufacturing Services) a ASG Bagalur in near time.

TAKE AWAY

  • The industry is moving towards industry 4.0 which encompasses IoT, Big Data, Robotics and Automation.
  • CENTUM is Keen in digitizing the industry.
  • Diploma students are hired as technicians whereas UG&PG students are hired as R&D engineers.
  • A good company to collaborate for student satellite program.
  • Good option for students looking for core job in Telecom, PCB design, Microelectronics, mixed CMOS VLSI design, assembly testing and DFT.
  • For mechanical students thermal and vibrations study and for electrical students DC to DC power supply.
  • 6 Months internship for M. Tech students.
  • They are looking for IP, IPR, Publications and Patents from Academic collaborations.
  • Their management techniques especially Kaizen and Six-Sigma are very efficient.
  • High standards of MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure) and PbB’0.5 of stability is appreciable.

ROAD MAP

  • They already have academic collaborations with RV, BMS and SIT Tumkur, with 2 chairs in IISc (Dr Mohan, thin films specialist).
  • We can collect the details of above engagements and tailor a suitable MoU between REVA University and CENTUM.
  • Mr. Vinod, vice president, Veda Prakash, Sandhya Thyagarajan and Mr Unnikrishnan can be included in BoS (Board of Studies) and can be invited to deliver technical talks.
  • Some of their R&D engineers are interested in pursuing higher education such as PG and PhD. We can have a collaboration between R&I Cell of REVA University and CENTUM for industry integrated research.
  • Plan for evening engineering for their technicians based on feasibility (management can take a call on this).
  • Establishing Centre of excellence in PCB design and Telecom.
  • Collaborating with CENTUM for student Satellite program.

By initiating small possible engagement, as one thing leads to another we can scale new heights of achievements by the symbiosis of technology to have a long and strong relationship with CENTUM.

Members:

  • Dr. Rajashekar C. Biradar, Director, ECE
  • Dr. Bharathi, S. H., Dy. Director, ECE
  • Dr. Seetha Ram Raju, Adjunct Professor
  • Mr. K. M. Sudharshan, Assistant Director, ECE
  • Dr. Manjunath R. Kounte, Associate Professor
  • Dr. Mohammed Riyaz Ahmed, Head, Career Counselling Cell, ECE
  • Mr. Raveendra Gudodagi, Coordinator-Industry Interaction, ECE.
  • Mr. Ravishankar D, Coordinator- Skill Development Cell, ECE.

Industry Visits by the Faculty Members / Students of the School during April to December, 2017

Date Name of the Industry Date of visit No. of Students / Faculty Members visited Purpose of visit

1.

Infosys Mysore

13/5/2017

20

Industry interaction

2.

ISRO

5/10/2017

68

Interaction

3

MCF Hassan

8/11/2017

42

Interaction

4

NMIT Nitte

6/10/2017

35

Interaction

5

ITI Limited,Banglore

29/01/2018

90

Interaction

Industry Visits by the Faculty Members / Students of the School during April to December, 2017

Sl.No. Name of the Faculty Member Date of visit Country(ies) Purpose of visit

1

Prof.ShrikantTangade

6th July

Germany

ACM Chapters Computer Science in Cars Symposium CSCS 2017

2

Prof.Roshan Zameer Ahmed

2nd &3rd Jan

Malysia

2nd International Conference on Recent Trends in Computer Science and Electronics

 

 

Industrial Visit to Master Control Facilty(MCF), Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) Satellite Centre

Held on :08/11/2017

Participants : 42 Students, 5th SEM E Section

Faculties : Prof. Ravi Shankar D

The School of ECE had arranged an industrial visit to Master Control Facilty,ISRO,Hassan dated on 08/11/2017, for the students of 3rd year (5th Sem E Section) consisting of 43 students. These students were accompanied by Prof. Ravi Shankar D. The visit commenced at 1.45 pm in the afternoon, where series of formalities were undertaken by the military officials from the entrance gate to till the venue allotted.

Master Control Facility (MCF) at Hassan in Karnataka controls all the Geostationary / Geosynchronous satellites of ISRO, namely, INSAT, GSAT, Kalpana and IRNSS series of satellites. MCF is responsible for Orbit Raising of satellites, In-orbit payload testing, and On-orbit operations all through the life of these satellites. MCF activities include round-the-clock Tracking, Telemetry & Commanding (TT&C) operations, and special operations like Eclipse management, Station-keeping manoeuvres and recovery actions in case of contingencies. MCF interacts with User Agencies for effective utilisation of the satellite payloads and to minimise the service disturbances during special operations.

Mr. Manjunath, Senior Scientist, MCF, ISRO, welcomed the gathering and guided the students with initial demo videos of basic need of satellite, its invention, different kinds with the evolutionary background, satellite preparation, rocket launch and explained the models of Earth Stations and Telemetry Tracking,Commanding and Monitoring.(TTC&M).

Mr. Manjunath answered all the queries that students had related to the things they had observed at MCF, ISRO. Students were then encouraged to take up the entrance exam and avail various positions at MCF, ISRO with the best ever possible benefits they could imagine. He insisted students to become Entrepreneurs and provide job opportunities to others. He advised students to dream big and achieve the best possible of it. He also appreciated the initiative taken up by REVA University for introducing such visits for the young minds and nurturing their careers. Hence, the industrial visit to MCF, ISRO enriched knowledge to both students and faculty in knowing more about Metereological and Communication Satellites and Its Launching. On behalf of our School of ECE we would like to thank our Honorable Chancellor Dr. Shyama Raju, Vice Chancellor Dr. S. Y. Kulkarni, Registrar Dr. M. Dhanamjaya for their continuous support and Our beloved dynamic Director School of ECE Dr. Rajashekhar C. Biradar for his encouragement and support.

Industry Visit of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) Satellite Centre

Organized by : School of ECE

Held On : 15th Sep 2017

Organized by : School of ECE

Total Number of Participants : 53 Students, 3rd SEM B Section

Faculties:

  • Prof. Sathyaprakash,
  • Prof. Madan H. T.
  • Prof. Roshan Zameer Ahmed

About The Event:

The School of ECE had arranged an industrial visit to ISRO Satellite Center, Marathalli, Bangalore, on dated 05/10/2017, for the students of 2nd year (3rd Sem B Section) consisting of 53 students. These students were accompanied by 3 faculties from the School namely Prof. Madan H. T., Prof. Sathyaprakash and Prof. Roshan Zameer Ahmed. The visit commenced at 1 pm in the afternoon, where series of formalities were undertaken by the military officials from the entrance gate to till the venue allotted.

Mr. Srinivas, Senior Scientist, ISRO, welcomed the gathering and guided the students with initial demo videos of basic need of satellite, its invention, different kinds with the evolutionary background, satellite preparation, rocket launch and explained the models of satellites kept at the ISRO museum. Later the attendees got a lifetime opportunity as they were taken to the clean room where the next satellite for Chandrayan-2 was being prepared which would be launched next year 2018.

Mr. Srinivas answered all the queries that students had related to the things they had observed at ISRO. Students were then encouraged to take up the entrance exam and avail various positions at ISRO with the best ever possible benefits they could imagine. Later, it was a special opportunity for them to interact with Mr. S. Hiriyanna, Head, GEOSAT programme and Deputy Project Director, Spacecraft systems, ISRO. Mr. Hiriyanna while addressing, spoke about how engineering students can contribute for the Nation building through innovations in technology. He insisted students to become Entrepreneurs and provide job opportunities to others. He stressed on the relationship between students and faculties, how it was in the past and how is it in the current scenario. He advised students to dream big and achieve the best possible of it. He also appreciated the initiative taken up by REVA University for introducing such visits for the young minds and nurturing their careers. Hence, the industrial visit to ISRO enriched knowledge to both students and faculties in knowing more about Aerospace and Communication Satellites.

On behalf of our School of ECE we would like to thank our Honorable Chancellor Dr. Shyama Raju, Vice Chancellor Dr. S. Y. Kulkarni, Registrar Dr. M. Dhanamjaya and, Director School of ECE Dr. Rajashekhar C. Biradar for their continuous support. Also, we would extend our regards to the Deputy General Manager Mr. Lakshmanan for providing the transport facility, Marketing Manager Ms. Deepa, and Ms. Renuka for providing momentous at the earliest towards the visit.

ISRO – BHUVAN Asset Mapping (EPRIS) Project

Held On :15th Sep 2017

Co-ordinator : Prof. Debarati Bhattacharya

Description of the event:

ISRO has initiated a new project called Empowering Panchayati Raj Institutions Spatially (EPRIS) with the goal to empower PRIs with the space-based inputs towards resource-based and integrated spatial developmental planning of rural areas in a user-friendly enabling environment. ISRO has granted permission for 50 villages in Mandya Taluk to be taken up by School of ECE, REVA University. In this direction, MOU is signed between NRSC,ISRO and School of ECE,RU on 5th May, 2017.

Report of the Event:

The event was planned on 5th June, 2017 to cover 50 villages in Mandya Taluk in cooperation with 11 faculty members and 67 students. A total of around 600 assets for all the 51 villages have been mapped into BHUVAN Panchayat Portal. The feedback from the faculty members as well as the students about this project is very encouraging. The students got a real-life experience about the infrastructure and facilities available in the villages of our country. They were astonished about the lifestyle of the villagers.