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iCREATE 2018

Kajal Shrivastava showcasing her project to the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi and the Prime Minister of Israel, Mr. Benjamin Netanyahu at iCREATE 2018, in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. Her project was among the only 5 projects selected from pan India to be showcased to the PM.

Automatic Racking Machine (ARM)

The final year students project group ( Pawan Choudhary,Shyamji Soni, Shivansh Prashar & Vivekanand Gupta) of Batch (2013 – 2017) has made an excellent project named Automatic Racking Machine (ARM) based on PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) technology to place and pick up desired objects from an array of space allocated for storage and has been awarded as First Rank in the Open Day Project Presentation conducted on 5th May 2017.


Civil Engineering Department - Projects Open Day, Session: 2019
Date: 3 June 2019.
Experts for Project Open Day:
Dr. Prashant Mukherjee (HOD of Civil Engineering Department),Chandra Bhanu Raman (MD in MSPARK FUTURISTIC), Sachin Tiwari, Dr.Manendra Singh(Faculty)
Best Project:
1st Position: DETAILED STUDY ON LANDSLIDES AND PREPARATION OF LANDSLIDE SUSCEPTIBILITY ZONATION(LSZ) FOR A PART OF HIMALAYAS (USING ARCGIS).
Landslides are one of the most widespread natural phenomena that are witnessed in the Himalayan terrain, causing colossal damage to property and infrastructure, besides loss of human lives and livestock almost every year. In order to reduce the risk emanating from potential landsilde,there is a need to generate a comprehensive Landslide Susceptibility Zonation(LSZ) map of the area for an effective and efficient disaster management. Inspection of literature reveals a number of concepts, methodology and techniques of LSZ have been attempted, viz. heuristic , statistical and deterministic based approaches. However, no general consensus exists either on the methods or on the scope of producing landslide susceptibility maps. The various causal factors responsible for landslide occurrence e.g., slope, aspect, relative relief, lithology, structure(confined thrusts, faults), lineaments, land use and land cover, distance to drainage, drainage density anthropogenic factors like distance to road that are associated with landslide activity, have been considered and the corresponding thematic layers have been generated using remote sensing and GIS techniques.The relative importance of these layers for causing landslides has been evaluated using a lanslide susceptibilty zonation(LSZ) map has been generated. The accuracy of the LSZ map has been evaluated using frequency ratio and success rate methods and indicates more than 85% of landslide prediction accuracy.
Ravi Pratap Singh, Sanjeev Kumar Singh, Ram Sagar Gupta, Satnam Saran under the guidance of Miss Kshama Singh


2nd Position: DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF T-BEAM BRIDGE USING STAAD PRO
The project deals with the designing of T-Beam Bridge of span 18.33m length. The design of superstructure consists of design of deck slab, longitudinal girders, cross girders and overhanging cantilever portion.
The bridge is designed by using Limit State method as per the recommendations given by IS-456:2000. The superstructure is designed for IRC vehicle loading, self-weight and dead load. All the elements are designed by using M35 grade Concrete an FE415 grade steel. The factor of Safety is applied partially to the stresses an working loads. The method adopted for calculation of loads and Bending Moments is Piegaud’s curve Method. The other method adopted for calculations of reactions of Longitudinal girders is Courbon’s method.
The adequacy of the design is further verified using the STAAD PRO and further conclusions are derived.
Md. Amir Hussain, Piyush Kumar Verma, Saurabh Raj, Vivek Yadav, Danish Sarfaraz under the guidance of Mr. Sachin Tiwari


3rd Position: DESIGN OF 68M HIGH CHIMNEY ON STAAD PRO AND TO CHECK ITS STABILITY ON BLACK COTTON SOIL
Design of tall chimneys require dynamic analysis for loads due to self-weight, earthquake and wind. Wind analysis is done for along wind as well as across wind by simplified method as well as by random response method. The seismic analysis is performed using response spectrum method. Industrial Chimneys are generally intended to support critical loads produced by seismic activity and wind. So, it is essential to evaluate the dynamic response of chimney to seismic activity and wind loads. Response to earthquake and wind are more critical as chimney is a slender structure. Further study continues on deciding the governing loads for chimneys for the loads considered.
The analysis is carried out using Staad pro and MS Excel computer software and research papers are also considered in this design.
Sagar Jaiswal,Vishwajeet Ranjan, Rajat Agrahari, Utkarsh Singh under the guidance of Mr. Mukesh Kumar.


Electronics and Communication Engineering, Projects Open Day , Session: 2019
Date: 25 May 2019.
Experts for Project Open Day:
Dr. Satya Kesh Dubey, Scientist, CSIR-National Physical Laboratory.
Mr. Pratik Chaturvedi, Scientist D, Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO).
Best Project:
I Position: DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF BIO AUTOMATIVE VENDING MACHINE.
II Position: DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATIOIN OF SELF DEFENCE DEVICE FOR WOMEN'S SAFETY.
III Position: DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF SAFETY DEVICE TO DETECT AND REMOVE HAZARDOUS GASES IN SEWAGE.


Open Day Projects - Computer Science and Engineering - Session: 2019
Date : 4 May 2019
Experts Name:Prof.(Dr.) Rajeev Agrawal, Director,GLBITM, Prof.(Dr.) A.L.N.Rao, Head CSE, GLBITM, Prof.(Dr.) V.R. Mishra,Head, ME, GLBITM, Prof. A.K. Yadav, Head Civil, GLBITM, Prof.(Dr.) Madhu Gaur, Head MCA, GLBITM, Prof. (Dr.) Sachin Yadav, CSE, Mr. Vaibhav Srivastava (Landis Gyr Ltd.), Mr. Ravi Singh (Expedien Esolutions Ltd.), Mr. Apurv Kumar Kundu (Expedien Esolutions Ltd.), Nitesh Sondhi (Royal Bank of Scotland), Dr. Sanjeev Pippal (Prof. Galgotias University)

Sr.No Roll No. Project Members Topic  
1 1519210001 ABHIJAT SINGH Criminal Detection System Dr. A. L. N. RAO
2 1519210139 MEGHNA NEGI
3 1519210089 G  DANESHWAR
4 1519210164 PALAK AGARWAL Drowsiness Detection System Mr. RISHAV GARG
5 1519210059 ASHISH YADAV
6 1519210149 NAVEEN PAL
7 1519210071 AYUSHI ROHELA
8 1519210294 VIJAY PAL SINGH Secure Data Storage using Hybrid Cryptography Mr. G.Annant Kumar
9 1519210277 SUNNY CHAUHAN
10 1519210131 MARKANDEY NATH TIWARI
11 1519210110 JAI VIKRANT

  • Mechanical Engineering Department - SESSION 2018-2019
    DATE- 04/05/2019
    Mechanical Engineering Department celebrated its annual social outreach event, the YUKTI-2019, on 04 may 2019. In this mega event, the comprehensive projects prepared by ME students.out of total 54 projecs,23 projects were selected and participated in YUKTI 19.
    Based on the decision of Judgment committee (containing 3 experts from industry,& Director Sir) the following projects were declared as best project:
    Best Projects:
    Following projets were seleted as best three project and given first,second & third prise.

    Rank Group No. Project Title Project Group
    1st ME/Projects/2019/41 Heat Transfer analysis of flat plate air collector 1.Abhishek Tyagi
    2.Neeraj Kumar
    3 Om Praksh Kumar
    4.Tapan Yadav
    5.Vinay Singh
    2nd ME/Projects/2019/16 Fabrication Of Sugercane Harvester 1. Sumit k Nagar
    2. Varun Kumar
    3. Yashwant Berwal
    3rd ME/Projects/2019/39 Study of Available Waste Management Techniques and development of lab scale model for Waste Management-1 1. Puneet Sharma
    2.Sunny Chaudhary
    3.Suyash Gupta
    4.Vaibhav Saxena

    Expert committee.
    1. Mr Ravindra Kumar Jain, DRDO, Scientist .
    2. Mr Sanjay Khanna, Managing Director, Mtandt Limited .
    3. Mr Prabhat K Jha, Dy General Manager, Maruti Suzuki India ltd

    Program Coordinators:
    1. Dr. SS Chauhan
    2. Mr. Mahesh Pandey

  • BIGDATA Analytics (With support of AIIMS, Delhi)

    • Prediction Models for healthcare using BIGDATA Analytics (With support of AIIMS, Delhi)

  • Design and Fabrication of Vapour Absorption Refrigeration System and Material Selection and Fabrication of Wind Tunnel



  • Summarizing data by various demographic and clinical parameters. Discovering various medical correlations, trends and facts as per the needs of the Hospital and medical practitioners

  • Vessel and Feature Extraction and Measurement from CT/MRI Images

  • The training included theoretical knowledge along with hands on experience on a BMW car and also BMW certification.

  • Single line aircraft.

  • GEOTHERMAL HVAC
    To design an Eco-Friendly Air Conditioning System with low Maintenance Cost.

  • DAINIK JAGRAN, 7 APRIL 2016
  • TIMES OF INDIA, 7 MAY 2016
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