Apply Now Enquire Now
Projects - EECE

Engineering is an activity other than purely manual and physical work which brings about the utilization of the materials and laws of nature for the good of humanity.Keeping this into mind, all students are supposed to utilize whatever they have learned during initial years of their graduation or post graduation to design an engineering project of practical importance and develop the same as a part of their curriculum in final year.As all know, examinations are essential evil so this particular activity i.e. design and implementation of project give students a very good platform to show their creative technical skills as they have open access to all resources like books, research papers, internet, interaction with faculty members and experts from Industries, institute laboratories, and R&D labs of leading industries

Engineering is not complete without hands on experience on the concepts learnt during class room sessions. Practical orientation and developing hardware, software prototypes help building better engineers. For developing innovative minds, projects play an important role for budding engineers. Design and implementation of project give students a very good platform to show their creative technical skills as they have open access to all resources like books, research papers, internet, interaction with faculty members and experts from Industries, institute laboratories, and R&D labs of leading industries.

Students are encouraged to choose projects of their choice and realize their ideas into reality. Faculty provides full support to the students in successful completion of their projects. Students who are not able to find quality projects are advised the topics by their mentors.

To obtain quality projects towards completion of project schedule, we follow continuous monitoring of projects that helps them rectify their mistakes and add new features to their projects. We also help students to understand the methodology of converting their projects into a finished product which readily acceptable into the market.

 

General Guidelines for Projects

Project Log Book

Evaluation Procedure

Project Lab

 

For any queries contact the undersigned
Ms Amanpreet Kaur (Project Coordinator)
Email - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Best Projects

 

Wearable Controller

Project Team:

Abhay Singh Thakur (12ecu003)

Aditya Vikram Vashist (12ecu005)

Ashish Chahal (12ecu022)

Project Supervisor:

Ms Amanpreet Kaur, Asst. Prof. (Sr. Scale), EECE Deaprtment


Objective and Scope: The focus of our project is to design a wearable controller. The basic idea is creation of a prototype controller which functions like a remote but the differentiating factor being its compactness and gesture controls. Currently we are focusing on demonstrating as a presentation controller. It can be used for a variety of application like controlling RC toys/drones, playing video games etc. In fact, it can be used as a substitute for any remote and with a few tweaks, there is possibility of developing infrared support and thus, this modified device can replace the current infrared controllers and can be used with an assortment of home appliances like Television, air conditioners etc. This project has endless possibilities.

Car Infotainment System

Project Team:

Brahmdev Sharma (12ECU029)

Dhruv Aneja (12ECU033)

Gaurav Kathia (12ECU039)

Project Supervisor:

Mr Nitin Garg (Asst. Prof.)


Objective and Scope: In this ever changing and dynamic society where luxury has become important for every individual, we with our project have set out to provide the luxury car experience at an affordable price.

In our efforts to make this possible, we are designing a car infotainment system which does not limit itself to any particular car and comes at a rate which does not leave a very big hole in your pocket.

ROBOVAC

Project Team:

Siddharth Tandon (12ECU131)

Varun Chhabra (12ECU141)

Pranav Nandwani (12ECU078)

Project Supervisor:

Mr Sidharth Bhatia (Asst. Prof.)


Objective and Scope: The household cleaning products industry in India is growing by a whopping 20% (year on year), which is riding on the back of the efforts put in by private stakeholders and the India Government in promoting a healthier and cleaner lifestyle. So by thinking on parallel grounds we try to aid the agenda by developing a product handcrafted for countries like India having a low cost and low power consuming vacuum cleaning system in tandem with an indigenously designed robotic mechanism running in multi controller environment having intelligent and sophisticated internal as well as external sensory mechanism which is designed to work in a semi structured environment such as hospitals, workplaces, educational institutions and domestic spaces.

Security Box

 

Project Team:

Nishant Chaturvedi (12EEU030)

Sharad Bansal (12EEU042)

Project Supervisor:

Ms Anjali Garg (Associate Professor)


Objective and Scope: A compact movable detachable controllable expandable security box which provide all security modules in a single box which is not provided by any one any where in the world. The project received third prize and a prize money of Rs. 50,000.

DEXTO: EKA: THE HUMANOID ROBOT

 

Project Team:

Himanshu Vaswani 11ECU061

Yash Gupta 11ECU178

Sumit Gupta 11ECU157

Project Supervisor:

Mr.Sidharth Bhatia, Assistant Professor, EECE Deaprtment


Objective and Scope: Dexto: Eka: is a tele-operated anthropomorphic robot which is approximately 5ft 1" tall. It is also India's first tele-operated humanoid and the tallest. . The project was begun with the goal of achieving tele-presence while maintaining low developmental costs.  "Dexto" is derived from the word dexterous and "Eka" is the Sanskrit word for one. The project was started with the intention of creating a fully autonomous/tele-operated robot that can be deployed real time in the span of a few years. The project comprises a series of robots each one improving upon its predecessor. The intent behind the project was to save lives. These robots can be controlled from anywhere in the world. In accident-prone industrial areas, these low-cost tele-operated robots can be deployed and in case of unpredictable disasters, any harm would befall the robot rather than precious human life.

About DEXTO: EKA:

Dexto: Eka: is a tele-operated anthropomorphic robot with three modes of operation: dependent, semi-sovereign and sovereign. In the dependent mode, the tele-operator has complete control over the robot. In the semi-sovereign mode, the tele-operator has partial control but the robot is able to make decisions of its own should a situation prove detrimental to its well-being. In the sovereign mode, the robot has complete autonomy over its actions.

Dexto: Eka: has robotic arms of 6 Degrees of freedom each and an omnidirectional mecanum wheel drive.  The mecanum wheel drive is quite unique as it provides motion with no directional restraint and can easily navigate congested spaces. We get a 10 Degrees of freedom from our locomotion drive. Such a system combining 12 DOF arms and a mecanum wheel drive is unique to Dexto: Eka:. The communication between the robot and the tele-operator takes place via a Wi-Fi channel. Latest Wi-Fi module called RN-XV module is being used to achieve wireless communication. The user is able to see the environment the robot is in via a live feed provided by an IP Camera mounted on the robot.

The tele-operator governs the robot through a human-machine interface which includes a Graphical User Interface (GUI), an exo-frame and a control column. The exo-frame enables control of robotic arm in slave mode, whereas the control column aids in manoeuvring the movement of robot. The robot is able to mimic the motions of the tele-operator with great accuracy. Every joint of the robotic arms can be controlled using the wearable exo-frame. The GUI besides monitoring the robot can also act as an alternative to the exo-frame and control column. The robot can be completely controlled from anywhere in the world using the software that has been developed for it.

Complete automation of the robot is achieved by focussing on four main parameters:  Distance, Direction, Orientation and Obstacle Detection. For calculation of these parameters we used Quadrature encoders or Hall Effect sensor for Distance, Compass module for direction, Accelerometer for orientation and Ultrasonic sensors for obstacle detection. The robot is viewed as a point, hence its position in the plane is given by its coordinates, and the result of the snapshot (hence, of the observation) is just a set of coordinates in its local coordinate system: this set forms the view of the world of robot.

Achievements:

The students of NCU university made the university proud again as they surprised the global leaders in electrical domain and the top most colleges in India by marking their presence and securing the 2nd runners up position in student’s innovation pavilion held in GRIDTECH 2015 (5th International Exhibition & Conference) at ITPO, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi from 8th to 10th APRIL, 2015. They were also rewarded with appreciation and a cash prize of Rs. 25,000

 

SURAKSHA

 

Project Team:

Nitish Aggarwal (11ECU094)

Nishant Bhardwaj  (11ECU090)

Nishant Ahlawat (11ECU089)

Supervisor Name:

Ms.Charu Rana,Assistant Professor (Senior Scale),EECE Department


 

Objective and Scope: India is considered to be the fastest developing country in the world but still lacks in ensuring basic rights to individual especially women which are still trapped in the clutches of various evils like molestation, eve teasing and the worst among all is RAPE. Even the protection of women outside or sometimes in their own house is doubtful as there is no proper safety device, so atrocities against women can now be brought to an end with the help of a device called suraksha.

Suraksha is a security system specially designed for girls. It makes use of latest technology and electronics to give better solutions. This device will prove to be very useful and user friendly.

Main features:

  • It makes use of latest technology based on GPS, GSM, Piezoelectric sensors (force sensors) and voice recognition.
  • This device can be initiated at the time of problem by three ways either a switch or voice or by throwing the device.
  • The device after initiation will be sending signals to two locations i.e. to any one phone through GSM and to POLICE HEADQUATERS via transmitter inside the device, which will be transmitting the location and time via GPS system in the device.
  • No charging problems because it will be working on batteries easily available.

Suraksha is a unique device which can be used in various ways and has a wide scope. Due to its sleek design and high sensitivity it is very user friendly and effective, it can be embedded into various devices such as mobile phones, various automobiles (public as well as private transport), jewellery, work places etc. Thus it is designed in such a way that it finds its presence everywhere. It can also be installed at shop or a mall.

It can play a major role in the upcoming projects such as CCTNS (crime and criminal tracking network and system) in which all the police records all over India are digitised and all the police station throughout the country will be integrated. We will also create a database for the police station to identify the victim.

Message alert in family member’s mobile (showing the location of victim)

 

 

GPS BASED ANTI-COLLISION DEVICE (ACD)

 

Project Team:

Akshay Kapoor 10EEU005

Anshul Lakra 11EEU008

Arjun Pannu   11EEU010

Project Supervisor:

Mrs. Naresh Kumari,Assistant Professor (Senior Scale) ,EECE Department


 


GPS based Anti-Collision Device

 

Objective and Scope: In addition to Rear end and Head On collisions common in any train operation system, there have been instances that train (say on UP line )after derailment infringes the adjacent line and there is a collision with the train coming on other line (Down line). Another type of collision is at Rail-road level crossings, where trains collide with road vehicle because of negligence on the part of road traffic. Many measures have been taken on Indian Railways to avoid all types of such collisions and except on Mumbai sub-urban area where AWS (Auxiliary Warning System) is functional, all others requires human interventions. Because of possibility of human errors, such accidents can take place.

 

 

In order to prevent such collisions, Anti Collision Device (ACD) has been invented. ACDs have knowledge embedded intelligence. They take inputs from GPS satellite system for positions of the trains in a sections, updates and network among themselves for exchanging this train information in continuous handshaking mode, with the help of radio modems inside the trains. In case if there is a situation of collision, as predefined, ACD takes decisions for timely auto-application of brakes to prevent dangerous collisions.

 

THE QUADCOPTER

 

Project Team:

Kumar Abhishek (12ECU052)

Monik Goyal (12ECU063)

Naman Jain (12ECU064)

Project Supervisor:

Ms. Ashu Gautam

(Department of Electrical, Electronic and Communication Engineering)


Objective and Scope: A quadcopter, is a multirotor helicopter that is lifted and propelled by four rotors. Quadcopters are classified as rotorcraft, as opposed to fixed-wing aircraft, because their lift is generated by a set of rotors (vertically oriented propellers).

Quadcopters generally use two pairs of identical fixed pitched propellers; two clockwise (CW) and two counter-clockwise (CCW). These use independent variation of the speed of each rotor to achieve control. By changing the speed of each rotor it is possible to specifically generate a desired total thrust; to locate for the centre of thrust both laterally and longitudinally; and to create a desired total torque, or turning force.

Quadcopters differ from conventional helicopters which use rotors which are able to vary the pitch of their blades dynamically as they move around the rotor hub.

 

 

THE QUADCOPTER- “AN ECONOMICAL HELICOPTER FOR EVERYONE

 

 

A LOW-COST MYOELECTRIC PROSTHETIC HAND

 

Project Team:

Ankur Aggarwal 11ECU032

Project Supervisor:

Mr.Pankaj Rakheja, Assistant Professor, EECE Department

 


Assembly of Parts of Robotic Hand

 

Objective and Scope: The rehabilitation for the handicapped is a big social issue in the world. There were many studies about assistive devices for the handicapped. The loss of all or part of the arm is a catastrophic event for a patient and a significant challenge to rehabilitation professionals and prosthetic engineers. The large, upper extremity amputee population in India has, historically, been poorly served, with most having no access to support or being provided with ineffective prosthesis.

A survey report by National Sample Survey Organization shows that every year 23,500 amputees are added to the amputee population in India, of which 20,200 are males and 3,300 are females. These data indicate that the incidence rate is higher in rural areas, and there are five to six times as many male amputees as female amputees every year. The volume, social NGO services offer very limited support and commercial services have lacked expertise and reliable technology. In recent years, the arrival of organizations like Otto Bock has made high quality service standards and devices accessible to more amputees. Over the last decade, there has been an emergence of improved services and accessibility to international products. The complete or partial loss of an arm represents both a significant psychological and physical loss to the patient. Adjusting to and compensating for this loss also poses a physical rehabilitation challenge that must be addressed by the coordinated involvement of various medical and para-medical disciplines. Upper limb prosthesis should ideally compensate for the loss of fine, coordinated movements of the hand, provide tactile sensation, proprioceptive feedback,

The design is divided into three parts:

  • The Robotic Hand
  • Receiving and processing EMG signal from the bicep
  • Interface with microcontroller

The general design approach has been to begin with the definition of desired objective behaviors, rather than the use of available components with their predefined technical specifications. With the technical specifications of the components necessary to achieve the desired behaviors defined, the components are either acquired, or in most cases, developed and built.

 

BEST B.TECH ECE & EE MAJOR PROJECTS 2016-2017
Sr.No Project Name Roll No Students Name Guide  Description
1 Intelligent help for Deaf and Dumb Paatients  13ECU080 Malvika Sharma Ms.Pooja Sabherwal The project is designed to help the patients with their basic needs. If the attendant is in the vicinity of the speaker, only the ‘play message’ feature can be used else if the attendant is away, a message can be sent to him using ‘send SMS’ feature. Multiple patients can be attended without compromising with any of their needs.
This will be very helpful in taking care of the patients in an effective way. The attendant need not be present 24*7 with the patient but can rely on the SMSs being received.
13ECU081 Manica Kathuria
13ECU090 Naman Bhardwaj
2 Development of Electronic Fuel Injection System for SI Engines 13ECU052 Ishant Bhardwaj Ms.Amanpreet Kaur & Dr.Rohit S. Lather Our project will help in gaining practical knowledge about SI engines, and how an ECU controlled engine works. We aim to design and analyze an efficient system, at a low cost using cheap and open source hardware. We Interface the fuel injector with an Arduino board and monitor the working on the ECU with the help of a computer through a graphical interface unit. The low cost fuel injection system will be a common platform for further development of automobile control unit, which will Improve automation and better fuel distribution, resulting better fuel economy and hence better mileage output for the consumers.
13ECU025 Antariksha Kar
13ECU036 Ashish Rana
3 To monitor the vehicle status through SMS 13ECU037 Ashmita Thakur Ms.Kusum Dangi An automatic accident detection system . The system which will detect accidents  and send the basic information to first aid centre within a few seconds covering geographical coordinates. When the accident occurs the alert message is sent automatically to the rescue team and to the police  station . The system will be connected to the internet using the GPRS module and the user will be to check the accident detection on the google maps. It will also track  the vehicle in real time  and a Panic button option will be installed  in case of other emergency.
13ECU053 Jagriti Arora
4 Smart street light using solar energy 13ECU062 Karan Sethi Ms.Amanpreet Kaur  In this project, there are two smart lights powered by solar cell, that turns on at night and turns off in daylight with the help of LDR( Light detecting resistor). At Night, it glows with 30% light intensity ( Power saving mode) but whenever any car/object pass through IR sensor attached to road, street light glows with full intensity,i.e, 100%. There is a 9-12v battery,charged by solar cell, and all the programming is done on arduino( consist of AEMEGA328). Our project is based on energy conservation and renewable energy.Power saving mode saves the energy(electricity) and solar cell can justify renewable energy. Our project cost is around 1700₹ but in real time it will cost 12-15k per street light.
13ECU066 Kartik Sharma
5 Power generation through moving vehicles on road  13EEU019 Ketan Singhal Dr.Anjali Garg & Dr.Feras  The project proposes a cost effective system which will utilize the unused power to generate electrical energy. The main aim of this project is to generate power using vehicle movement on road which otherwise is of no use. The proposed set up requires only natural resources. It proposes to design a hardware setup which could utilize the kinetic motion of any vehicle to generate power and hence could be placed anywhere and everywhere. Moreover, it will automatically produce kinetic energy due to motion of vehicle. Only the cost of electro-mechanical system for power conversion and storage will be added.
13MEU111 Tushar Chadha    

 

BEST B.TECH ECE & EE MAJOR PROJECTS 2015-2016
S. No.  Project Title Student Team ROLL NO. Faculty Guide Brief Description of the project
1 WEARABLE CONTROLLER ABHAY SINGH THAKUR
ADITYA VIKRAM VASHIST
ASHISH CHAHAL
12ECU003
12ECU005
12ECU022
Ms Amanpreet Kaur This controller is wearable and lightweight. It is compact and easy to work with and everything can be controlled by gestures, allowing the user freedom from using buttons.
2 SECURITY BOX  SHARAD BANSAL
NISHANT CHATURVEDI 
12EEU030
12EEU042
Ms Anjali Garg A compact movable detachable controllable expandable security box which provide all security modules in a single box which is not provided by any one anywhere in the world.
3 QUADCOPTER  KUMAR ABHISHEK   
MONIK GOYAL          
NAMAN JAIN 
12ECU052
12ECU063
12ECU064
Ms Ashu Gautam Love to fly, Not a pilot ??
Don’t worry you can still fly .
Presenting you the Journey to the future – Quadcopter by Team QUAD.
4 CAR INFOTAINMENT SYSTEM   BRAHMDEV SHARMA
DHRUV ANEJA
GAURAV KATHIA
12ECU029
12ECU033
12ECU039
Mr Nitin Garg Efforts to make this possible, we are designing a car infotainment system which is a touch screen based (wi-fi-mood lights etc) , does not limit itself to any particular car and comes at a rate which does not leave a very big hole in your pocket.
5 ROBOVAC SIDDHARTH TANDON
VARUN CHHABRA
PRANAV NANDWANI
12ECU131
12ECU141
12ECU078
Mr Sidharth Bhatia A low cost and low power consuming vacuum cleaning system in tandem with an indigenously designed robotic mechanism running in multi controller environment having intelligent and sophisticated internal as well as external sensory mechanism which is designed to work in a semi structured environment such as hospitals, workplaces, educational institutions and domestic spaces.

 

 

BEST B.TECH ECE & EE MAJOR PROJECTS 2014-2015
Sr.No Students Names & Roll No  Project Name  Guide Name Department
1 Aman Jain (11EEU007),  Metal Sensing using PLC and SCADA Ms. Sheila Mahapatra EEE
Divyanshu Singh (11EEU016), 
Alisha Babbar (11EEU006)
2 Shubham Ahuja (11ECU148) Intelligent Parking System With Damage Notification System Ms.Amanpreet Kaur ECE
Sawan Chauhan (11ECU143)
3 Himanshu Vaswani (11ECU061) Dexto: Eka: The Humanoid Robot Mr.Sidharth Bhatia ECE
Yash Gupta (11ECU178)
Sumit Gupta (11ECU157)
4 Nitish Aggarwal (11ECU094) Suraksha Ms.Charu Rana ECE
Nishant Bhardwaj  (11ECU090)
Nishant Ahlawat (11ECU089)
5 Akshay Kapoor (10EEU005), GPS Based Anti-Collision Device Ms.Naresh Kumari  EEE
Anshul Lakra (11EEU008),
Arjun Pannu   (11EEU010)
6 Chaitanya Kamboj (11EEU012) , “Du‐Paiya” – E‐Bike Ms. Sheila Mahapatra EEE
Deepanshu Rana  (11EEU014)  ,
Dinesh Tanwar (11EEU015)
7 Ankur Aggarwal (11ECU032) A Low-Cost Myoelectric Prosthetic Hand Mr.Pankaj Rakheja ECE

 

 

PROJECT LIST FOR M.TECH 2ND SEM ECE

S.NO. ROLL NO. NAME OF STUDENT TITLE OF THE PROJECT GUIDE

1

14ECP001

AKANSHA SOLANKI

Communication based on FSO with high speed

Nitin Garg

2

14ECP002

ANITA DANGI

Digital right management using biometric features

Amanpreet Kaur

3

14ECP003

ANJANA YADAV

FPGA based marginalised particle filter for signal processing applications

Pooja Sabherwal

4

14ECP004

ANUSHKA SINGH

 Performance Simulations for a High-speed Optical Transmission System Based on OptiSystem

Amanpreet Kaur & Dr.Swaran Ahuja

5

14ECP005

BHAWNA

Iris Recognition

Rekha Vig

6

14ECP006

NANKITA ASIJA

Reverse circle cipher for personal and network security

Pankaj Rakheja

7

14ECP007

NEHA RANI

Automatic Localisation and Segmentationof Retinal Fundus Image by using Image Processing

Amanpreet Kaur

8

14ECP008

NEHA YADAV

Frequency Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Rekha Vig

9

14ECP009

NIKITA ISHPUNIANI

FSO communication with multiple input

Nitin Garg

10

14ECP010

POONAM KUMARI

Comparison of different techniques for Image Deblurring

Amanpreet Kaur

11

14ECP011

PREETI YADAV

FPGA based Kalman Filter Design

Pooja Sabherwal

12

14ECP012

RENU SAINI

Novel Visual Cryptography Schemes Without Pixel
Expansion for Halftone Images

Pankaj Rakheja

13

14ECP013

RUCHIKA BHATIA

Combining Left and Right Palmprint Images for More Accurate Personal Identification

Pankaj Rakheja

14

14ECP015

SMRITI TIKOO

Broadband Power Line Communication

Nitin Garg

15

14ECP016

SUPRIYA SHEORAN

Clustering based Power Management for green LTE networks

Saurabh Sachdeva & Dr.Swaran Ahuja

16

14ECP017

TANVI NARA

3 Dimensional signal for EEG

Rekha Vig

17

14ECP018

AKANCHA SHEKHAR

Design and Simulation of a Radio Over Fiber System and its Performance Analysis

Amanpreet Kaur

18

14ECP019

MALVIKA

Algorithm design based on FPGA for QRS detection

Pooja Sabherwal

19

14ECP020

DIWAKAR

Integrating traditional and modern visual cryptography

Pankaj Rakheja

 

List of Projects : 2015

MAJOR PROJECT LIST OF B.TECH 7TH SEM EEE (2015)
PSN NAME OF STUDENTDS ROLL NO PROJECT TITLES GUIDES
1 RAJVI KAUSHAL 12EEU039 FABRICATION OF CURRENT SOURCE INVERTER DR. NITIN MALIK
SHRUTI PANDEY 12ECU126
GARGI 12EEU017
2 MOHAK SHARMA 12EEU029 EYE BLINKING AND HEAD MOVEMENT FOR ACCIDENT PREVENTION MS.ANJALI GARG & MS. SHAIFALI JAIN
ANKIT DEMLA 12ECU008
CHIRAG SINGH 12EEU013
3 SHUBHAM MUNJAL 12EEU046 AN ECONOMETRIC APPROACH FOR THE EFFICIENCY ESTIMATION OF INTER STATE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY INDUSTRY MR. PAVAN KHETRAPAL
SHOBHIT ARORA 12ECU044
PUNEET GARG 12EEU035
4 NISHANT CHATURVEDI 12EEU030 LOW COST COMPLETE SECURITY SYSTEM (Home Security ,Vehicle Security and Women Security via location identifier ) MS.ANJALI GARG
SHARAD BANSAL 12ECU042
5 ABHIMANYU 12EEU001 SMART SOLAR TRACKING SYSTEM FOR OPTIMAL POWER GENERATION MS. SHAIFALI JAIN
SIDDHANT ANAND 12ECU048
SHIVAM GAUTAM 12EEU043
6 SHUMBHAM RAWAL 12EEU045 SIXTH SENSE TECHNOLOGY FOR HOME AUTOMATION MR. MANDEEP SINGH
AMAN YADAV 12ECU006
7 ANIL 12EEU007 CAPACITOR ALLOCATION IN RADIAL DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS DR. NITIN MALIK
JESSICA 12ECU022
8 PARTH MADAN 12EEU033 POWER CONDITIONING AND DG INTERFACE OF SOLAR PV GENERATION MS. NARESH KUMARI
KARAN MALHOTRA 12ECU024
ADITYA 12EEU003
9 RAJAT SINGH 12EEU038 SELF-BALANCING ROBOT-SELFOBOT MS SHIELA MAHAPATRA
SAHIL SAINI 12ECU040
ARUNERDRA 12EEU010
10 SANYAM JAIN 12EEU041 WIRELESS GESTURE CONTROLLED ROBO CAR MS SHIELA MAHAPATRA
SHUBHAM MUNDHRA 12ECU047
YAYATI DHANDA 12EEU050
11 KETAN 12EEU025 LOAD FLOW ANALYSIS OF IEEE 14 BUS SYSTEM USING MATLAB MR. PAVAN KHETRAPAL
AJAY 12ECU005
ARUSHI 12EEU011
12 RAJVI KAUSHAL 12EEU028 AUTOMATICALLY IMPROVED SYSTEM TO CHECK AIR QUALITY OF CAR CABIN MR.SIDHARTH BHATIA
SHRUTI PANDEY 12ECU012
GARGI 12EEU009
13 RAJVI KAUSHAL 12EEU037 FULLY AUTOMATED PLANT (Bottle Filing ,Packaging ,Capping and Counting) MS. NARESH KUMARI
SHRUTI PANDEY 12ECU036
14 PRANAV 12EEU034 PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS AND FORECASTING OF SOLAR POWER SYSTEMS MS JYOTI VARANASI
ABHISHEK 12ECU002
JATIN 12EEU021
15 HARSH 12EEU019 POWER SYSTEM CONTINGENCY ANALYSIS TO DETECT NETWORK WEAKNESSES MS JYOTI VARANASI
STUTI JAISWAL 12ECU049
GAURAV 12EEU018
16 DHRUV 12EEU044 SOLAR POWER WATER PUMPING SYSTEM MS JYOTI VARANASI & MS.DEEPTI CHAHAR
HEEVAN 12ECU020
PALLAVI GUPTA 12EEU032
17 KANIKA ARRORA 12EEU023 CONSIDERATIONS WHEN APPLYING CAPACITORS ON DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM MS JYOTI VARANASI
KRISHNA 12ECU026
PALLAVI AHUJA 12EEU031


MAJOR PROJECT LIST OF B.TECH 7TH SEM ECE (2015)
PSN NAME OF STUDENTDS ROLL NO PROJECT TITLES GUIDES
1 12ECU001 AADITYA VINAYAK EXPERIMENTAL PERFORMANCE MS.VANDANA KHANNA
12ECU016 ANKIT MALHOTRA
12ECU020 ARCHIT BHATIA
2 12ECU002 AASTHA ARORA TO DEVELOP HEARING AID SYSTEM FOR DR.REKHA VIG
12ECU024 AYUSH JAIN
3 12ECU003 ABHAY SINGH THAKUR IMPAIRED PEOPLE WEARABLE CONTROLLER MS.AMANPREET KAUR
12ECU005 ADITYA VIKRAM VASHIST
4 12ECU006 AINA GILANI AUTOMATIC TOLL GATE MANAGEMENT AND VEHICLE ACCESS INTELLIGENT CONTROL SYSTEM MR.MANDEEP SINGH
12ECU015 ANANYA GOPAL
12ECU011 AKHIL WADHWA
5 12ECU021 ARUN KATARIA AN INTELLIGENT SECURITY SYSTEM FOR VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN PUBLIC PLACES MR.PANKAJ RAKHEJA
12ECU008 AJAY SINGH
6 12ECU009 AKANKSHA BHARDWAJ ENHANCING THE QUALITY OF IMAGE USING MODIFIED GABOR FILTER DR.REKHA VIG
12ECU098 RAUNAQ CHHAWARI
12ECU019 APURVA MISHRA
7 12ECU010 AKANKSHA GARG MONITORING OF VEHICLE STATUS THROUGH MOBILE SMS MS.NIDHI SHARMA
12ECU028 BHAVAY GUPTA
8 12ECU035 DISHA LAKHERA TO DESIGN A SUN-TRACKER SOLAR PANEL WHICH FOCUSES THE SUN DURING THE DAY TIME AND HENCE ABLE TO PRODUCE MAXIMUM OUTPUT OF PHOTO- VOLTAIC THROUGHOUT THE DAY. WHICH FOCUSES THE SUN DURING THE DAY TIME AND HENCE ABLE TO PRODUCE MAXIMUM OUTPUT OF PHOTO- VOLTAIC THROUGHOUT THE DAY. MR.NAMAN JOSHI
12ECU012 AKSHANSH GUPTA
9 12ECU013 AKSHIT KUMAR GREENHOUSE MONITORING AND CONTROLLING OF SYSTEM MS.MONA AGGARWAL
12ECU017 ANKUR MITTAL
10 12ECU022 ASHISH CHAHAL LOW VOLTAGE ANALOG SIGNAL PROCESSOR MS.CHARU RANA
12ECU030 CHAMAN YADAV
12ECU031 DEEPAK GAHLAUT
11 12ECU014 AMAN BHATIA TO ANALYZE THE MOVEMENT OF SUN WITH RESPECT TO THE SOLAR PANELS INSTALLED AT ITMU, AND FORECAST THE POWER OUTPUT FROM THE COMPLETE
SOLAR SYSTEM WITH THE SHADINGEFFECTS COMING INTO PICTURE.
 
MS.VANDANA KHANNA
12ECU004 ADDITI SINGHAL
12 12ECU037 GARIMA GREWAL DESIGN OF BAND-NOTCHED ULTRA WIDEBAND ANTENNA FOR INDOOR AND WEARABLE WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS MR.SAURABH SACHDEVA
12ECU027 AYUSHI DANTRE
13 12ECU072 NITISH KHANNA SMART MEDICINE BOX WITH ADVANCED FEATURES MS. SHARDA VASHISTH
12ECU066 NIKHIL DHALL
14 12ECU033 DHRUV ANEJA INFOTAINMENT SYSTEM FOR CAR MR.NITIN GARG
12ECU029 BRAHAMDEV SHARMA
12ECU039 GAURAV KATHIA
15 12ECU036 DIVYA GUPTA RAILWAY TRACK SECURITY BY GSM WITH USER PROGRAMMABLE NUMBER FEATURES
 
MR.PANKAJ RAKHEJA
12ECU047 KANISHKA KULSHRESHTHA
12ECU048 GAURAV
16 12ECU040 GUNJAN TIWARI COOPERATIVE PROTOCOLS FOR FREE SPACE OPTICAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEM



 
MS. KUSUM DANGI
12ECU044 INA KAUSHIK
12ECU046 KAJAL YADAV
17 12ECU045 ISHANK SHARMA TO INVESTIGATE THE OUTAGE PERFORMANCE OF THE CODED COOPERATIVE RELAYING SYSTEM IN WHICH THE RELAY IS EQUIPPED WITH THE FULL DUPLEX CAPABILITIES. MR. NAMAN JOSHI
12ECU041 HARSH GOYAL
18 12ECU042 HARSHITA TANWAR E- CIRCULAR BASED ON WI-FI AND ANDROID TECHNOLOGY MS. NIDHI SHARMA
12ECU049 KESHAW VARDAN
12ECU043 HIMANSHU CHAUHAN
19 12ECU050 KONARK KAUSHIK MOVEMENT BASED AND VOICE ENABLED DEVICE SWITCHING FOR BASIC NEEDS OF PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED PERSONS MS. ASHU GAUTAM
12ECU142 VARUN SHARMA
12ECU025 AYUSH MITTAL
20 12ECU051 KRITIKA AGGARWAL TO DESIGN AN AUTOMATIC SOLAR TRACKING MODULE AND TO IMPLEMENT IT USING FPGA. MS. MEENAKSHI YADAV & MS. CHARU RANA
12ECU069 NISHANT TREHAN
12ECU054 M SRI RAMYA
21 12ECU055 MALVIKA GUPTA GREEN CHARGE: RENEWABLE EMERGY IN SMART BUILDINGS(SOLAR PANEL) MS.NIDHI SHARMA
12ECU056 MANPREET
12ECU058 MAYANK JAIN
22 12ECU063 MONIK GOYAL TELEPRESENCE MS.ASHU GAUTAM
12ECU064 NAMAN JAIN
12ECU052 KUMAR ABHISHEK
23 12ECU059 MEHUL MANCHANDA WEARABLE INTELLIGENT DEVICE FOR OLD AGE PEOPLE
 
MS.AMANPREET KAUR
12ECU061 MOHAMMAD AQUIB BEHNA
12ECU065 NAMAN VOHRA
24 12ECU067 NIKITA KAPOOR INTELLIGENT SPOON MS.SHAVETA ARORA
12ECU070 NISHTHA
25 12ECU097 RAMNIK AHUJA CELLULAR RADIATION DETECTION MECHANISM FOR HUMAN SAFETY MS.AMANPREET KAUR
12ECU092 RAHUL SHARMA
12ECU079 PRANAY BHARDWAJ
26 12ECU085 PRITIKA BHATIA SMART KITCHEN MS.SHAVETA ARORA
12ECU076 PRADEEP KUMAR YADAV
12ECU074 PARIJAT
27 12ECU086 PRIYA AHUJA WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK FOR WEARABLE PHYSIOLOGICAL MONITORING MS.ASHU GAUTAM
12ECU087 PULKIT
12ECU080 PRERNA BHATEJA
28 12ECU084 PRINCE SANGWAN WIRELESS ELECTRONIC NOTICE BOARD USING GSM MS.ANITA SHARMA
12ECU082 PRIDHI
12ECU081 PRERANA GUPTA
29 12ECU075 PIYUSH KUMAR IMPLEMENTATION OF TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM WITH WIRELESS COMMUNICATION. MS.SHAVETA ARORA
12ECU060 MILAN GARG
12ECU057 MAYANK GUPTA
30 12ECU093 RAJAT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF A MULTI- FOLD HAIRPIN LINE MICROSTRIP BANDPASS FILTER AT 3.250 GHZ/BW 0.050 GHZ, FOR C-BAND SATELLITE RECEIVERS MR.AK NIGAM & MS.GEETU LALIT
12ECU096 RAJAT PARUTHI
12ECU090 RAHILA
31 12ECU088 R ABHINAV IMPLEMENTATION OF IMAGE PROCESSING AND VISUALIZATION OF STATES USING SELF ORGANIZING MAPS DR.NITIN MALIK
12ECU094 RAJAT CHAWLA
12ECU095 RAJAT PACHAURI
32 12ECU062 MOHIT ABBI SURVEILLANCE ROBOT USING IP CAM AND GSM CONTROL MR.MANDEEP SINGH
12ECU091 RAHUL DEWAN
33 12ECU073 OJESVI CHUGH DESIGN AND TRANSMISSION LINE MODEL ANALYSIS OF A COMPACT DUAL-FREQUENCY ANTENNA. MR.SAURABH SACHDEVA
12ECU077 PRANAV GOEL
12ECU099 RISHABH JAIN
34 12ECU102 RISHI KAPOOR SOLAR POWERED WIRELESS CAR DR.VINAY BUDHRAJA
12ECU120 SHIVAM GOEL
35 12ECU103 ROHAN KATYAL GSM BASED IRRIGATION WATER PUMP CONTROLLER FOR ILLITERATES. MS.GEETU LALIT
12ECU146 VIKAS SANGWAN
12ECU147 VIKRANT
36 12ECU115 SANYAM GARG QUANTITATIVE INVESTIGATION OF DIGITAL FILTERS IN ELECTROCARDIOGRAM WITH SIMULATED NOISES MS.POOJA SABHERWAL
12ECU127 SHUBHAM GUPTA 
37 12ECU104 ROHIT YADAV WIRELESS ACCESS TO THE GOOGLE EARTH SYSTEM THROUGH THE MOBILE PHONE OF THE USER. MR.NITIN GARG
12ECU117 SATYENDRA KUMAR
38 12ECU107 SACHIN SHARMA DESIGN OF A POLARISATION RECONFIGURABLE PATCH ANTENNA USING FERRIMAGNETIC MATERIALS MR.SAURABH SACHDEVA
12ECU108 SAGAR AJI
12ECU109 SAJAL GUPTA
39 12ECU110 SAKSHI ARORA DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF A SINGLE-FOLD HAIRPIN LINE MICROSTRIP BANDPASS FILTER AT 1.325 GHZ/BW 0.050GHZ, FOR RF/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEM. MR.KASHISH JHAMB
12ECU114 SANJANA
12ECU124 SHREYA GUPTA
40 12ECU121 SHIVAM SARIN GSM-BASED DOT-MATRIX DISPLAY DR.VINAY BUDHRAJA
12ECU133 SRISHTI BHALOTIA
41 12ECU113 SANDEEP CHAUHAN STUDY AND ANALYSIS OF CMOS BIOSENSOR FOR DISEASE DETECTION DR.NEERAJ K SHUKLA
12ECU105 SAATVIK KAUSHIK
12ECU148 VISHAL MALIK
42 12ECU118 SAURAV ARORA “SUGAR CUBE” (MIDI CONTROLLER) MS.DEEPTI CHAHAR
12ECU123 SHOURYA NARAYAN
12ECU136 UDIT CHAUDHARY
43 12ECU122 SHIVANG AGNIHOTRI DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF A ROBUST LOW POWER SRAM BIT-CELL FOR BIO-MEDICAL IMPLANTS DR.NEERAJ K SHUKLA
12ECU140 VAISHALI RANA
12ECU125 SHREYAS CHOPRA
44 12ECU026 AYUSH SHARMA VISIBLE LIGHT COMMUNICATION MS.ANITA SHARMA
45 12ECU106 SACHIN GARG FPGA IMPLEMENTATION OF ALU DESIGN BY ANCIENT MATHEMATICS MS.MEENAKSHI YADAV & MS.POOJA SABHERWAL
12ECU101 RISHABH KALRA
46 12ECU119 SHIVAM GARG DESIGNING 32 BIT RISC CPU BASED ON MIPS DR.NEERAJ K SHUKLA
47 12ECU128 SHUBHAM GUPTA  HAND GESTURES USING COLOR SEGMENTATION IMPLEMENTATION ON FPGA MS. NIDHI SHARMA
12ECU138 UJJWAL GUPTA
12ECU137 UDIT HANDA
48 12ECU132 SRIJA JAIN DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF A DOUBLE-OLD HAIRPIN LINE MICROSTRIP BANDPASS FILTER AT 2250 MHZ/BW 50 MHZ, FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEM. MR.KASHISH JHAMB
12ECU111 SAKSHI GUPTA
12ECU150 YASH BANSAL
49 12ECU135 TUSHAR SETHI GENERATION OF ELECTRICITY USING PIEZOELECTRIC DEVICES MS.AMANPREET KAUR
12ECU129 SHUBHAM GUPTA 
12ECU144 VIBHOR JUNEJA
50 12ECU130 SHUBHAM GUPTA PROJECTION KEYBOARD MR.SIDHARTH BHATIA
12ECU143 VATAN ANEJA
51 12ECU083 PRINCE OBEROI TO MAKE AN ENERGY HARVESTING SYSTEM MS. KUSUM DANGI
12ECU089 RADHIKA RAMTRI
12ECU071 NITIJ VASHISHT
52 12ECU141 VARUN CHHABRA TOUCH SCREEN BASED VACUUM CLEANING ROBOT MR.SIDHARTH BHATIA
12ECU131 SIDDHARTH TANDON
12ECU078 PRANAV NANDWANI
53 12ECU139 UMESH SAINI ANALYSIS OF RICE GRANULES GRADING FOR AGMARK STANDARDS USING IMAGE PROCESSING AND NEURAL NETWORKS MS.AMANPREET KAUR
12ECU145 VIDHI SHARMA
12ECU149 VISHAL SHARMA
54 12ECU053 LAKSHAY NAGPAL ARDUINO OPERATED OBSTACLE AVOIDANCE ROBOT MR.AK NIGAM