JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) and Tata Technologies came together to sign an MoU for “Product Development” through quality training for all the engineering students. The MoU lays a foundation for both the participants to exchange ideas and increase awareness through industry connections.
Under the MoU the students and faculty of JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) will be provided with an array of benefits; like training sessions for industry immersion experience from SMEs, guest lectures from industry experts etc. Through this MoU the students will be continuously assessed for their industry-ready skills by Tata Technologies. The students will also be working on the live projects from Tata Technologies for real-time exposure.
Further, the MoU gives unlimited access to the host of E-Learning courses created by Tata Technologies for engineering students. Under the MoU, Tata Technologies will also offer Internships for the engineering students of JAIN (Deemed-to-be University).
About Tata Technologies
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The students of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) celebrated Teacher’s Day on 05-Sep-2022. The "Teacher's Day" is celebrated across India to mark the birth anniversary of Former President of India Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. He is considered as the greatest educator and the greatest visionary of the independent India.
The event was organised to pay tribute to Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan by the students and teachers of JAIN (Deemed-to-be University). To encourage self-evaluation, motivation and team building among the students, Dr. S.A. Hariprasad, Director of Faculty of Engineering and Technology JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) advised the teachers to follow research-based teaching methodologies for the students in his inaugural speech.
Many games and fun activities like "Treasure Hunt", "Pong O Ball", "Battleground Mobile India (BGMI)", "Project Exhibition" etc. were organised by the students. Both the students and teachers actively participated in all the activities and games to win prizes.
In addition to this, the "Project Exhibition" was organised by different departments of engineering of JAIN (Deemed-to-be University). The students from all the engineering departments actively participated in the exhibition to display their innovative ideas through live projects and working models.
The school students from Paduvanagere Government School and Jain Public School were invited to visit the Project Exhibition. The children from both the schools actively interacted with the participants and exchanged their ideas.
To mark the 75 years of freedom, the NSS wing of the JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) - Faculty of Engineering and Technology, celebrated Independence Day on 15th August 2022. The students and staff of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology actively participated in the event and made an attempt to remember the souls of all the freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives during the freedom struggle.
Invitees Mr. Kendaswamy, Mrs. Ranjini Bhat and Mr. Divyakanth were present on the occasion. Around 07:45 a.m., prayers were offered to Bharat Mata. The flag hoisting was done by Dr. Hariprasad S.A, Director - Faculty of Engineering and Technology. Dr. Hariprasad S.A. in his speech gave a call to all the students to become responsible citizens and participate in the nation-building process. Mr. Divyakanth in his speech recalled the sacrifices made by all the legends, who lost their lives during the fight for independence. The event truly honoured the sacrifices made by the people of our country for freedom.
Har Ghar Tiranga Celebrations by the members of JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) Family
On the eve of 75 years of Indian Independence, the students and staff actively joined hands to celebrate the Har Ghar Tiranga campaign under the Azadi Ki Amrut Mahotsav, an initiative by the Government of India. The students and staff hoisted the tricolour flags at their residences to showcase their love and respect towards the country.
Selfies with the hoisted flag were taken and posted on the official website that was specially developed by the Government of India. The students and staff also shared their photos with the Indian Flag across all their social media accounts and made an attempt to inculcate patriotism in the Indian diaspora across the globe.
India is one of the largest and fastest-growing economies in the world and its transportation system offers a diversified mix of two-wheelers, three-wheelers, four-wheelers and different public transport. This gives enormous potential and opportunity for electrification across various industries. In this milieu, JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, in association with IEEE PELS, Bangalore Chapter jointly organised a webinar on Electrification of vehicles - Challenges and solutions on 14th April 2022. The chief guest for the session was Mr. Kedar Deo, Senior Technical Manager at Hexagon MI.
The faculty coordinator Dr. Balamurugan M, Assistant Professor - Department of EEE, FET, welcomed the chief guest and introduced him to the audience. The speaker started the session by highlighting major factors driving the electrification of vehicles, EV market trends, and the anatomy of electric vehicles. Next, he discussed the challenges faced as an EV consumer, EV designer, and EV manufacturer. Mr. Kedar Deo holds a master's degree in automotive engineering and has 18+ years of experience in the field of NVH, acoustics, automotive and engineering solutions. He also shared challenges faced in EV design and manufacturing and solutions for it.
Around 125 participants joined this one-hour session in which they cleared many doubts. The webinar concluded with a vote of thanks to the speaker.
Yoga has emerged as one of the most trusted means to boost physical and mental well-being. The NSS Wing of JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) hosted multiple events through online and offline modes to celebrate the 8th International Yoga Day. The day aims to create awareness around the world regarding the benefits of practising the art of Yoga. To celebrate International Yoga Day, programmes involving Yoga were held in different institutes of JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), wherein students performed Yoga asanas.
Yoga Day Pledge at FET
In connection with the International Yoga Day, NSS Wing of JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), Faculty of Engineering Technology, carried out online and offline Yoga Day pledge on 14th June 2022. The online yoga pledge undertaken by the Government of India had 20 volunteers. The event was a wonderful learning experience for all the NSS volunteers. With great enthusiasm, all volunteers participated actively to make the Yoga day pledge a big success. The NSS Wing concluded the event with a vote of thanks to Dr. Hariprasad S A, Director - Faculty of Engineering and Technology, all heads of departments, staff members, facility management, and students.
Yoga for Humanity
The NSS Wing of JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), Faculty of Engineering and Technology, celebrated International Yoga Day- Yoga for Humanity on 21st June 2022. Dr. Hariprasad S A, the Director of FET, initiated the event with a valuable and informative speech. The session started with a small story on the importance of Yoga. Ms Kavitha Sanjay, a yoga specialist, explained the benefits of different asanas. Asanas like BadhaKonasana or the butterfly pose, Shashankasana or the rabbit pose, and Vriksasana or the tree pose were explained precisely with a focus on inhaling and exhaling. A total of 52 participants were present in the two-hour session. The event was a wonderful learning experience for all the NSS volunteers. All participants showed great interest and made this session a big success.
Yoga Day at Sri Revanna Siddeswara Swamy Dasoha Mutt
NSS Wing of JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), Faculty of Engineering and Technology and Sri Revanna Siddeswara Swamy Dasoha Mutt celebrated International Yoga Day with great enthusiasm. A special session on the theme, Yoga for Humanity, was conducted for the students and members of Revanna Siddeswara on 16th June 2022 at Sri Revanna Siddeswara Swamy Dasoha Mutt, Avverahalli, Ramanagara. Sri Rajshakara Shivacharya Swamy addressed the participants and initiated the two-hour session with 112 participants. The Yoga session started with the warm-up exercises. With each asana, the benefits were explained. The instructor also highlighted the importance of meditation and pranayam in everyday life to keep the mind and body healthy. The event was concluded with a vote of thanks by Professor Raghavendra, Assistant Professor at the Department of Civil Engineering at JAIN (Deemed-to-be University).
Infinity is an exceptional junction where beautiful cultures are presented with technological innovations. Every year, JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), Faculty of Engineering and Technology, makes Infinity happen to celebrate the glory of the millennia. This year the event was held on 25th June 2022 at the FET campus. The atmosphere had joy, energy, and excitement. Infinity incorporated a wide range of dynamic cultural and technical events. The FET campus was all decked up for its prestigious annual fest with a theme - Ethnic and Urban.
The chief guest for the inaugural ceremony was Ms. Lasya Nagraj, a renowned theatre artist and classical dancer. The event began with students welcoming the dignitaries, which followed the opening speech from the chief guest. Ms. Lasya Nagraj shared valuable words of wisdom and encouraged students to become better.
This intra-college fest had many students participating in more than 15 technical and cultural events spread across the day. More than 3000 students joined the fest to cheer up the participants. Infinity also holds some special events for its tech-savvy students, like E-gaming, hackathons, and a shark tank. It was truly mesmerising as students presented a dance showdown, music mania, fashion show, tribute to Dr. Puneeth Rajkumar, and DJ night. The judges for the mainstage events were Lasya Nagraj and Sneha Kappana.
The glamorous fashion show was worth watching. Students from different departments took part as models and walked the ramp. The ramp was dazzled with some fantastic design work done by students. The fashion show was followed by a dance showdown, which began with great zest and excitement. The students had dressed in colourful costumes to set the stage on fire with their outstanding dance performances. Music Mania was another event on the list. Students rocked the stage with their melodious voices, and the crowd danced to it. It was beautiful to see everyone grooving and cheering for the singers. The DJ night was an exhilarating experience for the students who gathered in large numbers. The students were screaming in excitement and grooving to the latest chartbuster songs.
The fest wrapped up with the prize distribution ceremony, followed by a vote of thanks.