ENGINEERING TECHNOFEST 2019

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Ibri College of Technology Engineering Department, through the Engineering Society and Competition Committees, held their Annual Technofest on 25 June 2019.  The best project, however, was evaluated during the end of the semester final project presentations, which were scheduled after 25 June 2019.  Thus, it was decided to release the announcement of results for the best project this Semester instead of during the July to August 2019 break.

Due to Ramadan, CASET 2K19, and time constraints, the number of competitions conducted was reduced to just three: Electrical Skills, Simulation Skills, and CAD Skills.

Engineering Department

  • Mr Nasser Al Shammakhi - Head of Engineering Department 
  • Dr Elangovan Krishnamoorthy - Head of Mechanical and Industrial Section 
  • Dr V. Ilankumaran - Head of Electrical and Electronics Section 

Engineering Society

  • Mrs Lizette Ivy Pascual (Electrical Power, Lecturer) – Coordinator
  • Mrs Nahid Khamis Al-Muqrashi (Applied Science, Technician) – Member
  • Mr Geoji Varghese (Electronics, Technician) – Member
  • Mr Abdul Hafeez Sajid (Electronics, Instructor) – Member
  • Mr Chandrashekar M. C. (Electrical Power, Instructor) – Member
Best Project Coordinators 

:

Mr Maswoodhur and Mr Veera Nagi – Electrical Project
Mr Abdul Hafeez Sajid and Dr Kumaravel – Electronics Project
Mr Joseph Michel and Mr Gopinanth – Mechanical Project

Electrical Skills Coordinators :  Mr Chandrasekhar B. L. and Mr Jayasankar Srilla
Simulation Skills Coordinators :  Mr Abdul Hafeez Sajid and Dr Kumaravel
CAD Skills Coordinator : Mr Mohammed Ali Taher and Mr Gopinath

 Of the three competitions that were organised, only Electrical Skills and CAD Skills yielded registrants/participants. The following were the declared winners:

 

The best project was judged according to the criteria shown below. The results/scores of the winners should be not be confused with the marks each student presenting earned during the final project presentation or the marks reflected in the transcripts for that project course. The evaluation for the best project is judged and evaluated for the entire group whose project is fully functional and presentable and whose members showed a degree of knowledgeability about their project.

There will one Best Project Award for each level and for each specialisation.  The following were the declared winners:

Read 36 times Last modified on Thursday, 07 November 2019 04:57
Thursday, 07 November 2019 00:00 Written by  Mrs Lizette Ivy C. Pascual In Engineering
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