Nagpur based G.H. Raisoni College of Engineering (GHRCE) Nagpur bagged 2nd rank PAN India in the category of Private/Self Finance Institutes and Colleges in Atal Ranking of Institutions on Innovation Achievement (ARIIA) 2020, 5 Star Top Performer ranking to Institution Innovation Council as declared by Ministry of Education and MHRD Government of India in 2020, Avishkar-Interuniversity Award for Innovation, Rajiv Gandhi Science & Technology Commission grant, Winner at Smart India Hackathon, Research Promotion Grant of AICTE. These Awards and ranking are the highest for any self-finance institution in Central India.
The Institute has set up Research & Development Cell and Innovation Cell in the premises to create an ecosystem for innovation and research which has fetched a number of sponsored research projects from DST, AICTE, IEI, UGC worth Rs. 12 Crore plus. Institute received sanction of 14 Crore for NIDHI-TBI of NSTEDB. Dr Vinod Bhaiswar, faculty of Mechanical Engineering received a research promotion grant worth Rs. 446824/ for the project “Design & fabrication of a spherical Joint-Lobe Coupling”. This new coupling will improve the service life of the harvester. Another Professor of Civil Engineering Dr Prashant Pawade, received grant of Rs.11,00,000/- for Modernization of Concrete Technology Laboratory using Automatic Compression testing machine with capacity of 300KN. This has made it possible to test new materials like GGBS, Sugarcane Bagasse Ash Metakaolin. For modernization of IOT laboratory, Dr. Dinesh Padole, Professor of Electronics Engineering received a grant of Rs. 13,00,000/-. Facilities developed under this grant is benefitting industries at large for monitoring performance of the machines remotely. Dr Santosh Jaju, Professor of Mechanical Engineering received a grant of Rs. 18,06,667 for Design, Development and Analysis of anatomical models for rehabilitation using MIMIC and 3 Matic Software. This project will help medical practitioners by providing surgical guide, implants for rehabilitation.
Dr Sachin Untawale, Director and Dr Nilesh Faculty of Mechanical Engineering developed “Earth Auger post hole digger”. It is designed to provide a safe, simple one person operation. The coated handlebar grip provides maximum leverage, ideal for landscape professionals and tree specialists.
Biomedical Engineering Technology incubation Centre (BETiC) of the institute had designed a new U-Shaped Splitter & one single restrictor for variable flow rate of oxygen depending on lung capacity for Ventilator. It was designed by Dr.Nilesh Awate , Prof.Rahul Jibhkate, Mr. Rohan Deshpande Final Year Student of Mechanical Engineering and Dr. Vibha R.Bora, In charge BETiC GHRCE and was successfully tested at Indira Gandhi Medical College (IGGMC) Nagpur with Dr.Vaishali Shelgaonkar Professor, Anesthesiology.
Mr.Vineet Likhar (Final Year Electronics Student), Prof.Shailesh Bhalerao, Dr. Vibha Bora BETiC-GHRCE Incharge with Dr. Mrunal Phatak, AIIMS and Director Major General Dr.Vibha Dutta, AIIMS,Nagpur had developed a remote-controlled based Autonomous Food Serving Trolley for COVID patient’s ward.
IoT based Women Security Device captures images of the incidence with culprit details and send Pre & Post Images of the incident along with location to Police Officials and Family Members. The Device was designed by Dr.Vibha Rajesh Bora, Prof.Suraj Dudhe, and Mr.Chetan Kale Student. Such devices will definitely help in reducing the rising cases against women.
The eco-system set for innovation and research has helped students to win many prizes at National level like 11th rank at Boeing National Aeromodelling, 2nd winner in “Ideathon” organized by Bihar Government and won prize money of Rs.50,000/-, 1st prize in “Rural Innovators Startup Conclave” and cash prize of Rs.10,000/, 2nd winner in “SKY Hackathon -2018”, organized by Chhattisgarh Government and won prize money of Rs.25,000/-.
Students of GHRCE are winners in all versions of Smart India Hackathon since its inception. Some of prominent winners are team CAPSUL (Minakshi Khatri and team, 2018) for her project on Mechanism to save medicine from getting wasted, Team Ashwatthama (Virthika Jha and team, 2019), Team Tech Bug (Vaishnavi Kancharla and Team, 2020) for project Goods tracker. Winner of Hardware Hackathon Mr. Nihal Wargantiwar, Mahesh Shende received Rs.10 Lakh for developing Garbage Picker Machine and is currently being incubated at the Institute.
In line with the ‘Make in India’ initiative, the institute has filed 218 patents out of which 211 are published and 132 are under examination, 5 patents granted in the last 5 years with top ten positions in India for filing patents. Recently GHRCE students and faculty members have indigenously manufactured a Nano-satellite which will be launched by PSLV C-51 by ISRO in the last week of February 2021. We have been encouraging and nurturing innovations from students across multiple fields and many of our students’ bag prizes, awards and grants which is a moment of immense pride for GHRCE.
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