Industrial  Visit

Industrial Visits are being organized for students in companies related to their core expertise.
  • Industrial Visit to ALTT Centre, Ghaziabad
    An Industrial Visit was carried out at ALTT Centre, Ghaziabad on 26th of October 2018 for VIth semester (ECE) student. The main objective behind the visit was to make student understand
    1. Telecommunication process.
    2. Next Generation Network.
    Approximately 92 students were taken to ALTT Centre, Ghaziabad. The visit to ALTTC encompassed diverse technological domain and streams i.e. Mobile technologies (GSM, CDMA, 3G, 4G LTE Advanced and Wi-Max) and Next Generation Networks, which includes Working of Digital Exchanges, Soft Switching and IMS. Installation of substation for an industry was discussed and demonstrated. The whole mobile communication process was discussed. Application and need of Next Generation Network was made clear. It was a learning experience for all the students.

  • Industrial Visit to Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology
    On March 21st , 2018 the department of ECE of G L Bajaj organized an industrial visit for students to industry named The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology .
    Meity (The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology ) The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) is a part of the Union Government of the Republic of India. It was carved out of Ministry of Communications and Information Technology on 19 July 2016.

    Companies under MeitY

    - Media Lab Asia (MLAsia)
    - National Informatics Centre Services Incorporated (NICSI) — Public Sector Enterprise under control of National Informatics Centre.
    - National Internet Exchange of India (NIXI)
    - Digital Locker
    - Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI)
    - CSC e-Governance Services India Limited

    Internet Governance: 
    e-Government: Providing e-infrastructure for delivery of e-services
    e-Industry: Promotion of electronics hardware manufacturing and IT-ITeS industry
    e-Innovation / R&D: Implementation of R&D Framework - Enabling creation of Innovation/ R&D Infrastructure in emerging areas of ICT&E/Establishment of mechanism for R&D translation
    e-Learning: Providing support for development of e-Skills and Knowledge network
    e-Security: Securing India’s cyber space
    e-Inclusion: Promoting the use of ICT for more inclusive growth

    A mission mode project (MMP) is an individual project within the National e-Governance Plan (NeGP) that focuses on one aspect of electronic governance, such as banking, land records or commercial taxes etc.

    Within NeGP, "mission mode" implies that projects have clearly defined objectives, scopes, and implementation timelines and milestones, as well as measurable outcomes and service levels.

    NeGP comprises 31 mission mode projects (MMPs), which are further classified as state, central or integrated projects. Each state government can also define five MMPs specific to its individual needs.

    The Centre for e-Governance therefore provides a unique platform for wider dissemination of awareness regarding successful e-Governance initiatives in the country as well as the roadmap for implementation of e-Governance. CeG would also undertake hosting of important Seminars/ Conferences and other similar awareness programs to reach out to the common man. The CeG is a part of the “Awareness and Communication” activity under National e-Governance Plan (NeGP) and seeks to bring the achievements under NeGP under one umbrella for the information of the citizens.

  • Industrial Visit to ALTTC Ghaziabad
    A batch of GL Bajaj Institute of technology and management(EC  department)  and  two coordinators Mr Mohan singh (Department of EC)  and Mr Ashish Tiwari (Department of EC)  visited ALTTC Ghaziabad on 22 feb 2018.
    Mr. Abhishek Gupta,Senior Division Engineer, Addressed the students and introduced about ALTTC . He explained the basic fundamentals and also the rules and regulations to be followed .He explained the different steps to be employed for the safety unit. He also warned the students how to reach a safe assembly point if any accident happens in the unit.
    First of all the  students visited the DWDM  lab. There the students were introduced to STM- 16 (Synchronous  Transport module ) .The instructor told STM  16 is a SDH(synchronous Data Hiearchy)
    fibre optic network transmission standard. He explained about SDH. The human voice is converted into PCM signal since human voice has maximum frequency component of 4000 hertz so it is sampled according to sampling theorem at 8000 samples per second and  then encoded into a   8 bit PCM so it has a bit rate 8000 * 8 =  64kbps
    One  SDH comprises of 32 voice channel each having a bit rate 64kbps and gives and output of 32 MBPS PCM .Now  63 such SDH output are multiplexed by  STM( 30*32= 1890 channels) .The STM 16 multiplexes (16*1890 channels= 30,000  voice channels ).
    Out of 30,000 voice channels
    10,000 voice channels are available for Telecom .
    10,000 are available for mobile communication
    10,000 available for broadband
    STM 16 produces a packet size of 2.5 gbps such a huge data cannot be transmitted using  copper wires    so there STM uses optical transmission. It has  input as electrical signal and  output as  optical signal .
    STM is synchronised with the master clock and help in the reduction of call drops. It Plays a very significant role in reduction of call  drops.
     SDH works in ring topology and has two  path:
    working path
    Protection path( in case of damaged fibre).

     The main problem in Stm was the use of excessie fibres (fibre exhaustion) to overcome this DWDM were   introduced which has solved the fibre exhaust problem .
    Dense Wavelength Division and Multiplexing(DWDM) is the technology that puts data from different sources together on and optical fibre which is signal carrier at the same time on its own separate light wavelength. Using DWDM up to 80 or more levels of data can be Multiplexed each carrying 2.5GBPS  THE Multiplexed output from DWDM has 200 gbps data rate.

     Then we moved to the Optical Fibre lab. In the  Optical fibre  lab the students were introduced  to  different types of optical fibre.The instructor  explained the structure and the basic principle  of working of  the optical fibre.
    Optical Fibre consists of core, cladding and buffer(outer covering)
    The core has diameter about 8-10 micrometers ,covered by cladding having diameter about 125 micrometre and protected by the buffer having diameter 400 micrometre .

    An optical fiber cable, also known as fiber optic cable, is an assembly similar to an electrical cable, but containing one or more optical fibers that are used to carry light. The optical fiber elements are typically individually coated with plastic layers and contained in a protective tube suitable for the environment where the cable will be deployed. Different types of cable are used for different applications, for example long distance telecommunication, or providing a high-speed data connection between different parts of a building.
    In practical fibers, the cladding is usually coated with a layer of acrylate polymer or polyimide. This coating protects the fiber from damage but does not contribute to its optical waveguide properties. Individual coated fibers (or fibers formed into ribbons or bundles) then have a tough resin buffer layer or core tube(s) extruded around them to form the cable core. Several layers of protective sheathing, depending on the application, are added to form the cable. Rigid fiber assemblies sometimes put light-absorbing ("dark") glass between the fibers, to prevent light that leaks out of one fiber from entering another. This reduces cross-talk between the fibers, or reduces flare in fiber bundle imaging applications.
    There are two main types of material used for optical fibers: glass and plastic. They offer widely different characteristics and find uses in very different applications. Generally,plastic fiber is used for very short range and consumer applications, glass fiber is used for short/medium range (multi-mode) and long range (single-mode) telecommunications.
    The instructer told about the advantage of optical fibre over conventional copper wires(twisted pair).Copper wire can withstand maximum up to 1-2 MBPS data rate while optical fibre can transmit upto 100 gbps .It has a very high speed and large bandwidth.
     The  most important advantage about optical fibres is that the information travels in form of light and our data  can not be stolen .
    We were also introduced to optical fibre splicing machine which is used to join the optical fibres .
     After attending the labs we went for refreshment and  then returned to our college  by our college bus . It   was a lot of fun while returning to college . The  visit was so much intresting and informative it hiked the intrest of  many students   to get trained in  the field of telecommunication.

  • Noida Salesforce WIT (Women in Tech) Whooping Meetup
    On Feb. 17, 2018 the girls students of IT Department of G L Bajaj visited to Noida Salesforce WIT (Women in Tech) Whooping Meetup, sponsored by OKAYA INFOCOM. Noida WIT team (including Surbhi Narula, Payal Agarwal and Nida Khan) introduce students to Salesforce Ohana, where they learn introduction to Cloud Computing, CRM and Salesforce. After that girls were made aware about “She for Her” program, where a mentor was assigned to each girl student to help her in development issues in Salesforce.

  • ASSOCHAM Summit
    Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM India) organized a summit on “Connected Devices… Connected World”. The event was held at The Claridges, New Delhi on February 16, 2018. Faculty and students of ECE and Mechanical Engineering Department attended this summit.

  • Center for e-Governance
    Industrial visit was carried out at Center for e-Governance, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Electronics Niketan,6 CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi, on 16 Feb 2018 especially for semester sixth students of IT Branch. The main objective behind the visit was to make student aware about how various activities related to IT Fields are carried out in company and give them feel of engineers.

  • Industrial visit to Renewable Energy India Expo
    Department of Electrical visit to Renewable Energy India Expo at Expo center Greater Noida. Asia largest and most influential energy event

  • Industrial visit to Mother Dairy
    We are glad to share that students of MBA batch 2017 – 2019 went to their first industrial visit at Mother Dairy plant in New Delhi. Mother Dairy was commissioned in 1974 as a wholly owned subsidiary of the National Dairy Development Board (NDDB). Mother Dairy manufactures markets & sells milk and milk products including cultured products, ice creams, paneer and ghee under the Mother Dairy brand. The Company over the last many years has created a market leadership position for itself in branded milk segment in Delhi & NCR through a robust network of its booth and retail channels. Mother Dairy is an ISO 9001:2008 (QMS), ISO 22000:2005 (FSMS) and ISO 14001:2004 (EMS) certified organization. Students learned new things about the processing and distribution of mother dairy products and also about their management processes which lead them to be a pioneer in their field. Here are some pictures of the visit.

  • Industrial visit to Franciscan Solution
    We are glad to share with all that students of MBA batch 2017 -19 went on for an industrial visit to Franciscan Solution. Franciscan Solutions is a mobile app development company based in Noida

  • Industrial Visits are being organized for students in companies related to their core expertise. Under the NASSCOM Industry-Academia partnership, we have joined hands with “NUCLEUS Software” where students gain a chance to get hands on experience on live projects. Regular workshops and seminars are organized to keep the students updated with the current market trends in the Industry. Some of our senior faculty members are members of industry associations like CII, CSI, IEEMA, and ISME.

  • Industrial Visits: Maruti Suzuki, Spark Minda, Bisleri, Systemair, Ashok Leyland, Hero Motocorp Ltd, Moserbaer etc.

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