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MVJCE – Infosys
MVJ College of Engineering is an advanced level partner institute in the Campus Connect Program of Infosys Technology. Campus Connect is a well-established industry-academia program aimed at enhancing the pool of capable talent for the requirements of IT Industry. This is a nation-wide program that focuses on preparing “industry-ready IT professionals” by aligning and enhancing the engineering student competencies with the needs of the industry.
Infosys shares with us its technology training methods, courseware, project samples and other such learning resources that have been developed, practiced and perfected over the last 17 years. Along with teaching, there are other components weaved together in the foundation program to create effective learning like – conclaves, webinars, principals’ meet, faculty enablement programs, train-the-trainer workshops, guest lectures and industrial visits to name a few.
To date, MVJCE has successfully completed 4 batches of both IT as well as Non-IT groups of students, imparting them with classroom teaching, exposures to new software tools and development environments in the laboratory sessions as well as integrated project development.
Spoken Tutorial Project – IIT Bombay at MVJCE
In an effort to bridge the digital divide, Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay and Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), has joined hands under the the National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology. IIT-Bombay has launched Spoken Tutorial Project which promotes IT literacy through Open Source Software. MVJCE is proud to be one of the resource centers (code KAR-00004) in Karnataka for this project since June 2012.
The Spoken Tutorial Cell at MVJCE is authorized to organize SELF (Spoken Tutorial Based Education and Learning through Free FOSS) workshops anywhere in India. At present we are promoting and training students on various software packages and programming languages like LaTeX, Scilab, Php/MySQL, Linux, Libre Office, C/C++ and Java. We also host Faculty Development Programs on these software for school and college faculties of Karnataka by hosting workshops over video conferences with IIT-Bombay. We have successfully conducted two FDPs on Scilab and LaTeX.
For more information on the Spoken Tutorial Project, please click on the link below:
National Instruments – MVJCE
National Instruments India is a company pioneering in Virtual Instrumentation technology in the country. Their software LABview is ideal for any measurement or control system. Integrating all the tools that engineers and scientists need to build a wide range of applications in dramatically less time, LabVIEW is a development environment for problem solving, accelerated productivity, and continual innovation.
MVJCE has collaborated with National Instruments for establishing a lab at the Center of Excellence Center. The lab established will be used to train and certify MVJCE students on the Lab View Platform .Students will use this lab to develop projects and conduct research and analysis in collaboration with MVJCE Faculty.
The partnership with National Instruments will be beneficial for students from the ECE, EEE, TE and ML departments.
MVJCE – Indo US Collaboration for Engineering Education (IUCEE)
MVJCE has entered into tie-up with Indo US Collaboration for Engineering Education (IUCEE) – The Indo US Collaboration for Engineering Education (IUCEE), with headquarters at University of Massachusetts Lowell, was conceptualized by over 150 leaders of engineering education and businesses from US and India in 2007. Generous financial contributions from distinguished patrons have helped initiate the program. The vision of IUCEE is to improve the quality and global relevance of engineering education and research in India and related benefits to US engineering educators, with focus on faculty development, student development, curriculum development, as well as improved teaching technologies & research.
MVJCE – Robotics and Automation Laboratory (RAL)
MVJCE - Robotics and Automation Laboratory (RAL) was established in 2016 under the Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering. The goal of this lab is to educate the undergraduate and post- graduate students in the field of robotics so they will get a technically advanced platform to complete their mini projects and also final year projects. The lab is well equipped with all the advanced tools and equipments to enable students to implement their ideas and bring them to life. In house trainings can be provided to interested candidates. The research activities in this lab focus on a new generation of smart, embedded mechanical and Mechatronics systems. The recent explosion of communications capabilities, coupled with ongoing advances in computing effectiveness and revolutions in miniaturization of processors/ sensors/ actuators, has accelerated the pace of implementing truly distributed smart embedded systems with a variety of emergent applications.
“By being natural and sincere, one often can create revolutions without having sought them.” ― Christian Dior.
At MVJ College of Engineering, Bangalore, students are encouraged to innovate and discover the joy of creation. This activity is facilitated through establishment of Tinkering Lab. Tinkering Lab is dedicated space in the college campus to explore ideas, experiencing the process of creation of technology from ideation to prototyping. The Lab provides basic machinery, materials, tools and instruments for crafting their imagination. Students across all departments of the college can access the lab at their convenience.
The UAV Lab helps the students to learn and understand the design and fabrication of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. It encompasses the application of Aerodynamics and Stability in a real aircraft model and helps the students to get a hands-on understanding in Aeronautical Engineering. The Club conducts workshops for helping the students in fabricating these model aircrafts. The Club has signed a MoU with Avian Aerospace and they are setting up a UAV LAB in the campus. Our students have created many models of different types via Quad copters, Hex copters and fixed wing aircrafts which are in the UAV lab and are to be modified to improve their performance.