May 26, 2019




MVJCE celebrated Innovation Day on (National Science and Technology Day on) 11 May 19 by hosting an exhibition in the college campus. A total of 30 projects were on exhibition. The Chief Guest for the innovation day was Mr Vasanthakumar Narayan (M/s Cyclotis). The Guest of Honour was Dr Biswajit Tripathy (Senior Engineering manager, General Motors Technical Centre India). The Chief Guest and the Guest of Honour were assisted by Dr V Bhujanga Rao, ISRO Chair Professor, National Institute of Advanced Studies, in evaluating the projects on display. The projects were grouped in three clusters namely – Computer Cluster (comprising CSE and ISE Projects), Electrical Cluster (comprising ECE, EEE, TE and ML Projects) and Mechanical Cluster. (comprising ME, CE, CV, and AE projects). In all there were 5 projects in Computer Cluster, 13 projects in Electrical cluster and 12 projects in Mechanical Cluster. The Prize Winners were:

Computer Cluster:

  • First Prize – CIBO The Smart Canteen app
  • Second Prize – An Automatic Lung Cancer Detection, Classification And Analysis System

Electrical Cluster

  • First Prize – TEG Sink (Thermo Electric Generator based Heat Sink).
  • Second Prize – RenoSense’-A Portable Color Sensor Based Urine Analysis System to Detect Chronic Kidney Disease
  • Third Prize – Gesture Controlled Robot Using kinect Sensor

Mechanical Cluster

  • First Prize – Multi-Functional Ai Assisted Drone For Emergencies – eMAD
  • Second Prize – Efficient And Sustainable Fuel From Solid Waste (Plastics)
  • Third Prize – Bamboo Reinforced Mud Concrete

Brief on the projects on Display :-


RECYCLE.      U Pavan Ravi  1MJ15CS168, Sahil Malhotra 1MJ15CS128

Reusable trash are often neglected and thrown away like regular garbage .The examples are plastic, electronic waste, clothes, seeds, furniture, vessels and utensils etc. Some of these materials like plastic are highly dangerous for the planet and need to be reused. Even if there are reusable shops most people are lazy to find them or they are pretty far from destination.

The aim of this application is to reduce the work of users by providing them with a user friendly interface through which the reusable waste can be linked to the employees of different social organisations through which they will be able dispose their waste in an eco-friendly way at their doorstep.

Implementation: `This projected is implemented using android studio, which uses java-programming language. Java programming is used mainly in the back-end part of the app. SQL is used for database of the app and other storing related features. XML is used for the front-end parts of the app like layouts etc. Finally, Photoshop and other photo-editing software are used to designs UX part of the application. For the web version we can use Html, CSS, JavaScript etc.

Detection of Speed Breaker and Speed Reduction Using IoT.   Ankit Mishra 1MJ15CS705, Rahul Kumar 1MJ15CS725, Amandeep Singh 1MJ15CS703

Every year accidents happen on Indian roads and 60% are because of  irregularities on the Indian roads , out of all the speed breakers on Indian roads 92% are unmarked which makes it difficult for the driver to notice it and stop the vehicle on time, which lead to serious injuries and in many cases deaths. In 2017, a whopping 1.47 lakh people died in road deaths in India, which is equivalent of the population of Shillong. In 2018, the number of fatalities remained almost the same with a minor drop of 1.6%.

Here we are implementing a Speed breaker detection and Speed reduction system on a test vehicle, in which we will  show the implementation of such a system, and it may be  possible to implement it  on  a full scale with the same technology and components. A camera will be fitted on a Raspberry-Pi module which will be responsible for detection of  the Speed breaker and sending the appropriate signals using I2C protocol. When the Motor driver will receive hump positive signal it will reduce the motor rotations to 40 RPM. The Arduino module is responsible for the movement of the vehicle and controls the vehicle motors. The signals to control the vehicle will be send through and app which will be user controlled to a Bluetooth module fitted on the vehicle, which will be sent to the Motor driver

CIBO – The Smart Canteen app.  Megha K 1MJ16EC063, R Nikhila 1MJEC084, Chetan  1MJ16CS034, Deesun 1MJ16CS043, Aishwarya 1MJIS058

It is often observed in colleges that the canteens are completely filled with students and teachers during the breaks. Ordering food becomes a big problem as the token system/manual system might lead to a long queue, pushing, quarrels eventually delay in the arrival of the order. In order to avoid this, we have come up with a solution where we are developing an app in which the food is pre-ordered and then the money can be paid online through a payment gateway.

The orders can be placed by them 2 hours prior. The canteen members can take a count on the number of orders placed for the particular item and can start making them 10 mins prior. In this way, it shall stay hot and can even save some good time. This app will be beneficial to the customers as well as the canteen managers to manage customers’ interest as well as their quality of service, .this also reduces the wastage of food which will reduce the loss to the canteen managers.

An Automatic Lung Cancer Detection, Classification And Analysis System.

Shubham Mishra 1MJCS751, Nishanth Shastry 1MJ17EC087, Sumir Ramesh 1MJ15ML016

Lung Cancer is caused when there is uncontrolled growth of cells in Lungs. There are two types of tumour, Malignant and Benign. With malignant being the cancerous type and spreads to other regions. Segmentation of brain tumour for further medical analysis is very important. With the recent advancements in the field of medical image analysis and computer vision, the process of segmentation is implemented using computer-aided systems.

The Project proposed an automatic lung cancer detection and classification system based on deep learning algorithms. The software analysis tool will be an aid to doctors in early diagnosis of the system. They also are developing a 3d reconstructed image for better analysis of the tumour. A VR environment is created in order to better visualize the cancer and help in better diagnosis.

IOT-AWS-Aadhar-card based Biometrics Electronic voting Ballot with threaten alert

Monisha M, Swathi V, Raziya Sulthana A, Kusuma V (from Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology)

This project includes the overall technical idea behind using Aadhar card for voting. At the time of voting in the elections, the authentication can be done using finger vein sensing with the help of fingerprint module, which allows the authenticated voters to vote on electronic ballot. Once the fingerprint authentication is done the aadhar number will be entered using the matrix keypad. The system will provide an option to select the candidate to whom he want to vote for particular division where voter belongs to that particular division. The main aim of this electronic voting ballot is to increase the voters, voters are not required to travel to their native place for voting. We can vote for our native place candidates by reaching to a residence near voting booth, features like finger print and facial recordnition is used for extra added security.

Electrical Cluster

Gesture Controlled Robot Using kinect Sensor   V.Balaji 1MJ15TE052, , Soniya Sharan 1MJ15TE044, Nivedhiya 1MJ15TR034, Bhoomika 1MJ15TE009

This Project presents an innovative application of a perception kinect sensor to a autonomous mobile robots. There has been always considered a challenge the development of a natural interaction interface, where people interact with technology as they are used to interact with the real world. A hand free interface, based only on human gestures, where there are no devices attached to the user, will naturally immerse the user from the real world to the virtual environment. Microsoft kinect sensor device provides the most expected technology to interact naturally with graphical interfaces. The user interacts having no physical device in his or her body. kinect captures the user’s movements a Natural User Interface, using just gestures

Smart Suitcase.  Meenakshi Poddar 1MJ16CS081, Mishael J Aradhana 1MJ16CS084, Ritika Iyer 1MJ16CS121, Saurabh Behra 1MJ16CS137

Suitcase is one of the main item used to pack belongings when going on a trip. To keep the suitcase secure we use chains and padlocks. The design of the suitcase has changed a lot in recent years. Our main intention is to create a smart suitcase which will increase the security of the suitcase as well as the security of the user, thus providing a better travel experience for its users. What makes our suitcase smart is the automatic following feature where you don’t have to drag your heavy luggage and it follows you around

Home Safety Units.  Ronaldo .F 1MJ16EC094, Racheal Sneha.A 1MJ16EC086, J. Shobitha 1MJ16EC049

As advancements in technology occur day to day around us , the requirement to have a smart home , integrating all our essential home appliances and tasks into a single unit . Often times we  leave the rooms without switching off the electrical appliances. This causes wastage of energy. So we design an electronic circuit which interference with these appliances depending upon the mobility of persons and atmosphere conditions of room. This project comes under the sector of save power. So here we implement an autonomous system in the room which can be operated through sensors, which saves an immense amount of energy sources, which will be a smart solution and use for our future generations.

Focal units : Automated power saving by turning off/on of appliances and regulating the same based on real time requirement .

RenoSense’-A Portable Color Sensor Based Urine Analysis System to Detect Chronic Kidney Disease . Sumir R M MJ15ML016, Nikhil Thomas 1MJ15ML007, Pratiksha MJ15ML009, Lakshmi PB 1MJ15ML006

The objective of this device is to implement an easy, cost-effective method to screen a population with asymptomatic chronic kidney disease and initiate therapy to reduce the risk of cardiovascular events and end-stage renal disease in an outreach camp setting. To achieve this we will be using Urine test strips, the color sensor (TCS3200) interfaced with a microcontroller and an Arduino board. The proposed system is able to detect the change in color in the urine strips, which is indicative of albuminuria content in urine. The sensor values are transferred to the mobile application using a Bluetooth module.

Accident Avoidance System. K Bhavana 1MJ15IS015, Karthik 1mj15is016, Dheeraj 1,MJ,15is013

Drowsiness and drunken driving causes the road accidents. This paper proposes a real time detection of driver’s drowsiness as well as alcohol intoxication and subsequently alerting them. The main aim of this proposed system is to reduce the number of accidents due to driver’s drowsiness and alcohol intake and blind curve situations to increase the transportation safety. This proposed system contains 8-megapixels digital USB camera, Raspberry-pi loaded with Raspbian-OS, Alcohol sensor (MQ-3) is used to detect the intake of alcohol in percentage if the intoxication matching fails GSM get triggered on and transmits warming message. The Raspberry-pi system board is serially interfaced with Arduino Uno. GSM, Bluetooth, relay circuitry and buzzers are interfaced with Arduino Uno. This will perform some task like the alarm notification and switching off the car power source.

Another measure to prevent accidents is blind curve alert system. This method is very useful in mountains bends and U turnings situations. With this system, we can alert the driver through LED signals to know that the vehicle is arriving the turn or blind spot. In this system, a simple cost effective Ultrasonic range finder sensor is used as a transmitter and receiver. Installing range detecting sensors at appropriate location & interfacing with a microcontroller can alert the vehicles on each side of intersection. The entire system is placed at the pole of the corner of any turning or intersection with two ultrasonic range finder sensors to their respective turning located phases. The major hardware components used in model are PIC 16F73 Microcontroller, Ultrasonic range finder SR-04, Tarang F4 Module (transmitter & receiver), Indicator LED’s, 230/12 Volt step down Transformer, 5 Volt RPS and 16×2 LCD unit. It will significantly reduce accidents occurring thus saving lives and promoting safe and happy journey.

Li-Fi Based Vehicle Positioning System and V2V Communication. Ankush G 1MJ15TE006, Harshitha N 1MJ15TE015, Pooja Huddar 1MJ15TE036, Thrupthi U K Shetty 1MJ15TE050.

The latest technology on wireless optical network called Li-Fi has been developing from past few years. Li-Fi called light fidelity uses a light-emitting diodes (LEDs) for data transmission. Using the concept of Li-Fi, vehicles can be tracked and also communicate with each other using LEDs and a receiver circuit. Vehicle to Vehicle communication(V2V) is an intelligent transportation system. Using Li-Fi system, it is possible to communicate among vehicles in order to avoid accidents. In this paper Li-Fi technology is used for tracking of vehicles. LEDs are used in the street lights as a transmitting source, where each LED has an identification code that are transmitted and are received by the receiver module present in the vehicles. Li-Fi technology works on  simple data principle, that is when LED is ON a digital data 1 is transmitted and if it is OFF digital data 0 is transmitted. The receiving circuit consists of a solar panel and an amplifier to recover back the original input signal.

Solar Portable Water Purifier. Harsha A 1MJ16EE017, Dheemanth KP 1MJ16EE013, Shrithi Ramesh 1MJ16EE033, Yashwanth DL 1MJ15EE047

The lack of clean drinking water is the problem that plagues many areas of the world today. Long term storage of water in plastic bottle, leads to adulteration due to the release of chemical substance ‘Bisphenol A(BPA)’, which leach into the water. This causes health issues, which has to be avoided. Most of the current technologies available to combat this problem, are expensive and consume too much of power. The variation in the contamination of water at different places during excursions is inevitable. The use of chemical processing mechanisms of purification is an affordable solution, but it has known to be hazardous if used improperly. With the idea of low cost and sustainability in mind, we plan to develop a water filtration system that will use natural energy in order to power the purification system. It’s a affordable purifier to all the classes of people. The portable specifications of purifier allows the user to it at any place, even carry it. This product is a boon to the travellers, since it’s going to be attached in cars and bikes.

By using food grade plastic, it ensures water is safe to drink. Water will enter the system, where it will flow through the 3 carbon filters, which then passes through a high pressure pump and RO system, and then processed by a UV purifier. As the power supply alternative of solar, as battery can be used. The purification process uses UV lamp of 11 watt and also has UV fail alarms, which ensure certain purification. We plan to use photovoltaic technology to transfer sun ray into electric potential that will be stored in a battery back-up system will power the UV purification process of the system. It requires a power input of 12V which is given either by solar battery or car battery. The unused water which is produced from the filter is redirected to windshield wiper reservoir parts in case of cars and is used for cleaning body part of the same, in case of bike unused water is stored in a separate reservoir which can be used to clean bike and wash hands.

Piezo Pave Sheryl Stacy A 1MJ17029, Yashaswini Umesh 1MJ17EE038,  Yashwanth DL 1MJ17EE030

This is a sustainable power generation project wherein tiles fitted with Piezo Electric sensors are used to build a pavement. Pedo-pressure from the foot pressure of pedestrians is used to generate electrical energy, which is stored in rechargeable batteries and is used to power LED lights that act as pavement lights.

Energya Solare. Abhishek kumar-1MJ17EE002, Pavan kumar A.J-1MJ17EE022, Darshan M-1MJ17EE015, Jagadeesan A-1MJ17EE012

Solar panel fitted with tracking sensor and stepper motor is used to maximise the solar energy converted to electrical energy. This electrical energy is stored in batteries and provides charging points for electric vehicles and wirelessly transmitted across a classroom for charging any electronic device that has contactless charging facility (like biometric device used in classrooms for attendance, mobile phones etc)

Tiles Alignment Checking Robot. Lalish Murugan 1MJ16CV022

This is a robot that checks the alignment of the tiles while moving on the newly placed tiles in order to find whether the tiles are on the same level. The robot is fixed with Ultrasound Sensor on its Front & Rear end where the sensor is placed facing towards the tiles. The bot is fixed with motors and wheels as shown in the figure. On all the edges of the robot ultrasonic sensors are fixed in such a way that sensors will be facing the ground. So that the distance will be noted. The bot movement is controlled through wireless remote via Bluetooth, Radio. The bot is made to move on each joint of the tile where the distances between the sensor and tile is calculated.

Plant Health Monitoring System (FASAL) Sumir R M MJ15ML016, Shubham Mishra 1MJCS751, Nishanth Shastry 1MJ17EC087, Tarun Tiwari 1MJ17CS749

The project is an automated rover equipped with camera and an array of various sensors which will analyse the conditions. The rover is programmed to navigate to the farm or yard in equal time intervals and collect the data. To make it energy sustainable it will be equipped with solar panels and rechargeable battery. Each plant is tagged using RFID system which enables the rover to identify the sapling identification number and log all the details regarding the particular sapling for further processing. The system is capable of analysing the health condition of the plant sapling by scrutiny of its physical features.

In the prototype that has been developed includes a Bluetooth controlled rover which uses an Arduino MEGA 2560 microcontroller which is hooked up to a HC-05 BT module. The signals are fed into L298 motor driver which engages the motors. The Pi-camera module is connected onto a Raspberry Pi 3B board which is also interfaced with soil moisture sensor. The raspberry Pi implements computer vision algorithms on the image feed to have a preliminary assessment of the sapling, if it finds any abnormality it escalates the image feed to deep learning model which performs advanced analysis of the image and reverts the analysis report to the system. All these processed data is sent into a local server or cloud based server. These data sets are visualised for ease of access and understanding of the analysed data or information.

Geo Tagging. Abhijeeth Rohan 1MJ13EC003, G Gopinath 1MJ13EC047, Shashi Bhushan Kumar 1MJ13EC135, Siva Raman R 1MJ13EC143

GPS tracking has many uses in today’s world; the system can be used for children tracking, asset, car or any equipment tracking and as spy equipment. This paper presents an accurate and reliable real time tracking system using GPS (global positioning system) and GSM (global system for mobile communication) services.

The system permits localization of a portable tracked unit and transmitting the position to the tracking centre. The GPS tracking system consists of portable tracked device attached to a person, vehicle or any asset, and the tracking centre where the portable device’s location should be monitored.  The mobile tracked device receives its coordinates from the GPS and sends these coordinates as SMS via GSM modem to the tracking centre, which is simply a computer or smart phone majorly  with many interface programs to display the location on Google maps using free version of Google Maps APIs (application programming interfaces).The testing shows that The system meets its objective of being low-cost, accurate, real time and adaptive for various applications

Speed Drop Voltage Pop. Vishwanath SN 1MJ16EE040, Ponnamma BV 1MJ16EE023, Gouthami L 1MJ16EE016, Sudharshan HS 1MJ16EE035

We are displaying a project on speed drop voltage pop. It’s basically a project which can be installed under roads before construction of speed breakers. Unique technology of rack and pinion arrangement is used to convert the pressure energy to electrical energy using generator. When the vehicle moves on the speed breaker it pushes the plates whose translational motion is converted to rotational by using rack and pinion arrangement, which is then fed to shaft of the motor, which is converted to electrical energy using a generator.

TEG Sink (Thermo Electric Generator based Heat Sink).Mohit Yadav 1MJEC078, Prajwal NM 1MJEC098, R Sahith Reddy 1MJEC110, Pritam Palan 1MJEC103

This project implements a Thermo Electric Generator (TEG) that extracts heat produced in a microprocessor thereby making it operate efficiently. The implementation results in more than 10 deg Celsius drop in the surface temperature of the microprocessor.

Mechanical Cluster

Multi-Functional Ai Assisted Drone For Emergencies – eMAD Arjun Anand 1MJ15ME018, Aswanth S 1MJ15ME021, Aravind M 1MJ14ME021, Ganesh Rao 1MJ15ME045

Any kind of emergency or natural disasters cannot be easy and precisely predicted. The only caution possible is to be well prepared to face that kind of adverse situation and to ensure effective rescue and support operations. In case of Floods, Earthquakes, etc., identifying people trapped in buildings is of a major concern. eMAD (Multifunctional AI Assisted Drone for Emergencies) aims to facilitate this issue with and without the assistance of skilled RC(Radio Control) Pilots. eMAD is a multifunctional drone which is capable of indoor auto piloting with features of live feed and human detection.

The hand gesture control is incorporated in the model to support unskilled pilots. The applications of Image processing and Face recognition have been adopted with IOT (Internet of things) to make the system more efficient, which will also be supported with a follow me feature. eMAD is incorporated with a live feed system for identifying or detecting presence of human being assisted by various sensors and other artificial intelligence algorithms. Any skilled/unskilled person just with hand movements can operate it. For fast operation during threats, in order to recognize or detect people and objects from crowd, the feature of image processing and face recognition is used. It also has follow me feature which can be used during emergency. In case of natural calamities like floods, earthquakes, cyclones, etc., it is necessary to be prepared with safety measures for escape and rescue. Main objective of the research work is to design a multifunctional drone eMAD, which will play a vital role in the rescue operations during disasters.

Fabrication of hybrid electric bike with switching control Bharath B 1MJ15ME023, Amith B S 1MJ15ME015, D Praveen Kumar 1MJ15ME34, Bharath Raj M 1MJ15ME27

The project on Hybrid Bicycle mainly focusses on energy conservation and to reduce pollution. The Hybrid Bicycle system consists of a light weight and compact hub motor in the front wheel which is powered from a lithium-ion/SMF (sealed maintenance free) lead acid battery. Three different ways of charging the battery are incorporated: the 220V AC wall outlet, energy from IC engine, and regenerative braking. The Hybrid Bicycle enables substantially longer distance power assisted cycling by regenerating power from IC engine and through alternator and charging it in the battery.

A hybrid bike has been developed, along with a switching control methodology to address electrical switching between engine and motor power to achieve smooth power transmission to the wheels, thus reducing fuel consumption. A conventional sequential-based switching control is developed to operate the system with a motor at low speeds and the engine at higher speeds, using the number of rotations per unit time as the switching parameter or using a kill switch we can switch manually without any sensors and programming. The logged output is analysed and the performance efficiency of the hybrid vehicle is compared against conventional internal combustion (IC) engines.

Design And Development Of Energy Storage Device For Prolonged Retrieval Ganesh S Nayak 1MJ15ME046, Chaitanya Deshkulkarni 1MJ16ME403

An energy storage system used to store potential energy in springs is to be developed. The system uses compression, torsion, extension or leaf springs to store energy. Input energy in the form of solar, wind, hydro or any other type of renewable source of energy is use to compress the springs through an apparatus. The potential energy in the compressed spring is used to run a generator, which provides power to the consumer during the peak hours, so that electricity from grid can be avoided and electricity generated from the stored potential sorce can be utilised.

Efficient And Sustainable Fuel From Solid Waste (Plastics). Chris Stephen 1MJ15ME033, Vivian Marion George 1MJ15ME149, Arsh Ahmed Parvez 1MJ15ME019, Nikhil N.N 1MJ15ME076

This project deals with the following fields: Science (Chemical pyrolysis and thermal engineering), waste management, fuel generation and collection. Non-degradability of plastics is a global concern. This involves degradation of HDPE and LDPE plastics by pyrolysis and fractional distillation of the by-product vapours. The process involves fabrication of the furnace/reaction chamber, oil extraction, oil testing (octane number, cetane number, flash point, fire point and viscosity analysis) and real time engine testing. The methodology adopted is efficient and socially relevant and the fuel obtained is the key solution for the rising energy demand of the Country and the fast depleting non-renewable resources.

Automated Cellular Concrete Pouring and Compaction. Mallikarjun T A 1MJ16CV028, NIKHIL P S 1MJ16CV038, DHANARAJ M B 1MJ16CV012, Devappa 1MJ16CV011, Praveen M 1MJ14CV055

In the construction of RCC structure the series of work are done like batching, mixing, transporting, pouring and compacting of concrete and cutting , bar bending for reinforcement and finally finishing and curing. But automation in this field had come up-to pumping of concrete by the introduction of RMC plant and transit mixers. Until now concrete pouring and compaction for an RCC structure is done manually. But it takes lot of time and also we require skilled labors, as they are not available as per need we are not achieving accuracy in construction. Compaction of concrete is an important component in the process of laying a concrete structure. Compaction is a process which expels entrapped air from freshly placed concrete and packs the aggregate particles of the concrete mix together, increasing the density of the concrete. If compaction is not carried out as required, a series of defects may become apparent and the concrete structure will suffer from significant loss of strength. We are making the whole process of laying concrete and its compaction to automated system. This may help us in saving time and also it doesn’t require more skill labors hence we can also achieve cost effective and since it is automatically programmed the accuracy will be more. In this setup the compacters are combined with the hose pipe of concrete pump. The concrete is poured through hose pipe to a given point and it proceeded by compaction through needle compacters for a certain period of time for the given area and it is continued further for every place in the RCC structure. The whole setup is supported by the frame structure, which will be accessible in all the three axis. This will be monitored through manual or through software which makes our work still easier.

Hybrid Table. Sairus Bhattacharjee 1MJ17ME119, Diksha Kudrawal 1MJ17CS050

We’ve come up with a hybrid table that mounts on the wall and can act as a chair with all amenities like charging port, led light for reading etc. And can turn into a chair-table with a side hand rest. Our project aims to solve the problem of space constraint providing an all in one solution.

Bamboo Reinforced Mud Concrete. Nikhil K S-1MJ16CV037, Sanjay BS, Eshwar R

As civil engineers we are concerned with naturally and locally available materials for the use of construction we thought of replacing Steel by Bamboo as a reinforcement due to some of the best properties of Bamboo such as tensile strength, high strength to weight ratio ,naturally obtained due to its stem cutting property (faster growth) & then cement concrete by Mud concrete to reduce the Carbon footprint.

Also, we replace burnt bricks &cement concrete blocks by Stabilized Mud block which is cost effective & also sustainable and can be designed to get required strength. National Bamboo Mission by Government of India is promoting use of bamboo in construction. Tests were conducted on bamboo and mud concrete at the MVJCE laboratories and successful results have been obtained & further development of the project is in progress.We have reduced the cost of construction by using locally available materials.

Underground Waste Disposal. Parisheeth K 1MJ16CV040, Mohd Salauddin 1MJ17CV411,  Rajeshwari M S1MJ16CV048, Pooja C K 1MJ16CV041

This is the process which takes place below the soil surface without human interaction. In this process we are creating three different containers for crushing, decaying and melting process. Initially separation process is carried outside the container then we are going to pore into containers based on materials. Below the ground we are placing Conveyor belt through which material passes and crushing, melting and decaying process is carried out. Then these materials are transfer to industries using pipe line using pressure gauge which runs with help of Solar energy. The ultimate aim is reduce Air pollution, Soil pollution and prevent ozone layer and improve Afforestation.

DISPLAY OF PRODUCT BY START UP AT MVJCE : LUMINATOR Badrinath A 1MJ16ME010, Bharath 1MJ16CS031, Venu Prasad 1MJ16EC132, Rohit 1MJ16EC093

The Luminator is a start up at MVJCE where the students have manufactured LED Bulbs. The bulbs are priced at almost 50% of the cost it is available at the market. The students have formed a start upcompany and manufacturing is carried out at the Tinkering Lab of MVJCE.