Engineering is 10% theory and 90% practicing.
That is why at SECE we strongly believe that all our students should learn out of experience. Every student is motivated to take up mini projects right from the first year itself. Unlike the regular practice of doing a project in the final year, our students execute a project every year.
The results of this extra focussing on projects has resulted in some Extraordinary projects being designed by our students - SECE Connect
are featured below.
is a wireless controlled military robot used for both offense and defense purposes. The M-BOT can be controlled from a remote location with the help of wireless video cam. Human life can be saved during military attacks by employing these kinds of Robots.
B.Hariharan, D.Balamurugan & A.Sakthivel. (III-EEE)
SECE connect is a social network to connect all the students of Sri Eshwar College of Engineering. It is a social network where SECEians can discuss various topics of their choice.
S.KarthickAvinash, C.Srimathi, Aishwarya (III-IT)
Automatic Control of Car using Electronic Seat Belt System
Automatic Ignition Control of Car using Electronic Seat Belt System ensures seat belts are fastened while starting a car has been devised by our students at the SECE Research and Development laboratory. This safety system was successfully demonstrated by our students to the city Police Commissioner Mr. Ambaresh Pujari.
V. Karthick & V. Vasant Kumar (II-ECE)
Automatic Ignition Control of Two Wheeler
V.Ravikumar of III EEE came out with a novel project of a two wheeler which gets auto ignited after the driver wears his helmet. An RF transmitter fitted in the helmet switches on the ignition system when the driver wears the helmet. The project enhances safe journey for all the riders.
Funding is granted by the Institution of Engineers (INDIA) to undergo research and development work on the title "Study of Flow Field in a Model Gas Turbine Combustor"
for the year 2010-2011.
Other Exceptional Projects
- Landmine Diffusing Robot
- Artificial Eye For Blinds
- Fuzzy logic based windmill-monitoring system
- Wireless Speaker
- Web browser