Training programme for teachers conducted by NITTTR, Chandigarh

The National Institute of Technical Teachers Training & Research NITTTR, Chandigarh offers Faculty Training Programmes in a wide variety of areas to train teachers, propagate ICT skills and induction training programmes to improve quality of technical education at NCU (Nodal Centre). The Dept of EECE organized a short term course in association with NITTTR Chandigarh on ‘Embedded World through ICT’ from 21 to 24 March 2017 at The NorthCap University, Gurugram. The programme was designed around the following major topics:

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  • Introduction to Micro-controllers like PIC,
  • AVR, Embedded processor
  • Reconfigurable devices like MMX series, MIPS, ARM
  • System on Chip
  • Applications specific Integrated Circuits,
  • Modelling of multi-processors systems
  • Applications of embedded system designing includes Wireless Sensor & their networking

The Course upgraded knowledge and programming skills of the faculty, research scholars and technical staff of the Dept of EECE. The course included interfacing of PIC with the real world and the latest trends in embedded systems in IoT and Android Platform used in industrial applications. The training was coordinated by Ms Amanpreet Kaur, Nodal Coordinator, Dept of EECE.

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Value Engineering: The Game changer

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The Indian Value Engineering Society (INVEST) organized a Value engineering conference on 28and 29h Nov 2016 at Hotel Radisson, New Delhi with the theme – Value Engineering: The Game Changer. In the current environment of cut-throat competition, manufacturing and service industries warrant the exposure and application orientation to the VAVE (Value Analysis and Value Engineering) tools and techniques. This conference has focused on this aspect. The NorthCap University Gurugram’s Prof.Ravindra Ojha was invited to be a part of the panel discussion on the theme along with other notable industry leaders. It was an intense discussion amongst the panelists and subsequently with the audience. The key take away from the panel discussion for NCU is to initiate a deep exposure of VAVE to students who would be leading the industries tomorrow through their curriculum.