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Events and Achievements
Events and Achievements

Industry Interaction


    Student’s from 52 Universities Participated in DELTA CUP.
    NCU along with 16 Universities Qualified for the next round.
    3 Teams will be qualifying for the International level competition to be held in CHINA.


    Students from universities at DELTA CORPORATION

    Interactive session by DELTA GROUP for students of NCU organized at NCU

  • Industrial Visit to Surabhi Engineers Ltd

    An industrial visit to Surabhi Engineers Ltd, Faridabad was organized by NCU’s Department of Mechanical Engineering on 15 March 2017 for 1st & 2nd Year students. Surabhi Engineers is a leading supplier of engineering components, sheet metal press components, pipe accessories suppliers to  companies like Caparo, Maruti, Escorts Ltd, Honda SIEL power products, Yamaha, JBM etc.

    The students visited the manufacturing division of the company in which various machining processes like turning, boring, knurling, thread cutting etc. were shown and explained. The company has semi- automatic CNC Lathes for these operations. They also visited the welding section of the company which is equipped with the latest Robot welding machines for spot welding, projection welding etc. Later the students visited the quality control department of the company where they learnt about the inspection processes followed by the company.

    This visit was very useful for the students as they were able to link theoretical concepts with practical techniques and understand the production processes followed in the company. Discussion was also held for Surabhi Engineers Ltd to provide industrial training to NCU students.

    The visit was coordinated by Mr Anmol Bhatia and Mr Kishore Guru.

    Mechanical Engineering students visit Surabhi Engineers Ltd, Faridabad

    Meeting with the General Manager (H.R), HONDA Two Wheelers

    Dr. Ravindra Ojha (H.O.D) sharing some prestigious moments with the HONDA Two Wheelers

  • Prof. R. Ojha and Ms.Shikha Kashyap visited IFB Binola plant on 15 October 2016, to review progress of students engagged with the industry for their major projects. Two of the ME students Omkar Kaushik and Saket Jha pursued their summer internship with IFB and continued the work for major project. During the visit inventory related issues were identified to be critical in the industry and same were finalized as problem area for the project. Entire visit was guided by Mr. Ruchir Mathur who is the plant head and mentor for the students at IFB.

  • Department of Mechanical Engineering has conducted an industrial visit to YAKULT DNNONE PVT. LTD. RAI SONIPAT, Haryana on 1nd October 2016 for the students of B. tech 1st, 2nd & 3rd year Mechanical Engineering. Total 45 students got benefited by understanding the plant layout of a FMCG industry, automation facility, packaging etc. This is having great worth to take up some mini/major project from industry. Mr. Deepak Monga and Mr. Gagan Baradia has coordinated this event.

    NCU troop at YAKULT DNNONE Factory

  • Mr. Abhishek Pratap Singh and Dr. Shiv Manjree Gopaliya visited “J S Enterprises, Manesar” along with B. Tech. final year project students on September 16, 2016 to discuss the planning and execution of ongoing live project “Design and Fabrication of Progressive Die”

  • Mr. Ashwini Sharma organised a visit for the students of first year mechanical engineering and visited the fabrication facility of trucks for transporting Maruti cars on 18/9/2016. In the visit students saw different aspects of truck body welding.

  • Dr. Shiv Manjaree Gopaliya and Mr. Manoj Kumar Gopaliya visited A G Industries, Sector 18, Gurugram on 5th October 2016 (Wednesday). Details on various possibilities of having summer internships, live projects and industrial visits were discussed at large with Mr. Ashok Gupta (GM - Corp. HR, A G Industries).
  • An industrial visit was organized for B. Tech. (Mechanical) 4th and 6th semester students on 22 April, 2016 to MULTITEX FILTERATION ENGINEERS LTD. (MFEL), UPSIDC, Industrial Area, Greater Noida. The visit was organized for students to give them practical exposure of manufacturing of heat exchangers, filtration & separation equipments, welding procedures etc. The students interacted with Plant Head and their queries were aptly responded by Mr. A.K.Tiwari, Sr. General Manager, MFEL. The visit was coordinated by Mr. Anuj Kumar Jain and Mr. Deepak Monga.

Guest/Expert Lecture

  • Department of Mechanical Engineering has organized an Expert Lecture by Dr. Ankur Gupta, IIT Bhubaneswar, Odisha on “Nano-inspired Research Applications and Challenges” on 25th February 2107. The expert has discussed about the Distinct properties of Nano-structured materials, different Nano-fabrication strategies, application of Nano-structured materials viz. gas sensing, waste water treatment, microfluidics, antimicrobial and bio sensing etc. He has also discussed about the research and challenges based on Micro/Nano-systems. The session was very worthy for B.Tech and M.Tech students of the university. Mr. Gagan Baradia and Mr. Deepak Monga has coordinated the event.

  • Department of Mechanical Engineering has organized a Health Talk on 21st February 2107 by Ms. Jyoti, Senior Executive, Department of Science, Yakult Denon P. Ltd. Sonipat, HR. The expert has discussed about the importance of the intestinal Micro-flora in health and disease, the role of Probiotics and daily routine activities to maintain good health. The session was very informative for students and faculty staff of university. Mr. Gagan Baradia and Mr. Deepak Monga has coordinated the event.

  • Department of Mechanical Engineering has organized 2-days Auto-Mob workshop on 22nd April 2016 to 23rd April 2016 in the university premises for its students. The experts from Go4tech New Delhi shared the brief knowledge about “Current trends in Automobile and Internal-Combustion Engines”. The key attraction of this workshop was hands on practice on 2-wheelers and 4-wheelers engine by disassembling-assembling these engines. This will help the students to understand the concept in better way which will ultimately help them during their placements. Mr. Deepak Monga, Mr. Gagan Baradia and Dr. Ankur Gupta has coordinated the workshop.

Workshop & Faculty Development

  • Ansys Workshop for 2nd year Students at CAD lab

    Interactive Session of Student with Ansys Coordinator


  • Mr. Ashwini Sharma Attended the “4th Indo-German Workshop on Sustainable Engineering” on 17th and 18th September at BITS, Pilani. The workshop theme was related to Learning Factories, Educating sustainability, IOT and Industry 4.0.
  • The objectives of the workshop were to raise awareness and train/educate the participants about the role of sustainability in manufacturing, the new concept of learning factories in educating and training the employees and the role of IoT in manufacturing. Some of the areas covered throughout two days were-

    1. Sustainability in manufacturing
    2. Learning factories
    3. Sustainable engineering education
    4. Energy and material efficiency
    5. Role of IoT in manufacturing
    6. Sustainability assessment
    7. Cyber physical systems

  • Mr. Ashwini Sharma attended a 3D Design summit of Solid Edge organized by Siemens and Sapcon

  • A workshop on ‘Renewable Energy – Solar PV Cell’ was organized for the 6th semester students of Mechanical Engineering from 27-29 April 2016 under the aegis of Indian Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ISHRAE). The workshop was organized by the society coordinator Dr. Amit Arora as well as Dr. Rohit Singh Lather and Dr. Pramod Bhatia. The speakers were called from Prime vision automation solutions, Gurugram. A total of seventy-four students participated in the workshop and they had hands-on experience on solar panel sizing and design calculations.

  • A technical lecture was organized on 5 Oct, 2016 under the aegis of Indian Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ISHRAE). Mr. Kapil Singhal from BP RefCool, Gurugram who has more than 15 years of experience in HVAC&R industry delivered the talk on past, present and future refrigerants. The event was organized by the society coordinator Dr. Amit Arora. A total of 22 student participants attended the session.

    Technical lecture on Refrigerants

  • A German delegation visited the NorthCap University on 15th September to deliberate about the concept of “Learning Factories”. The concept provides an opportunity for students, a real life environment of typical manufacturing organization with almost all the variables and thereby gives experiential learning for them. The concept is developed by IWF TU Braunschweig, FESTO and BITS, Pilani.

    Visit of German delegation to NCU

Alumni Interaction

  • Department of Mechanical Engineering conducted an interactive session with Alumnus Mr Gaurav Sharma, (Class of 2015), Associate Counsellor, Maruti Centre of Excellence, Manesar on the topic ‘Lean Manufacturing System and its tools’ for 3rd Year students on 4 October 2017.

    Interactive session by Alumnus Mr Gaurav Sharma, Dept of ME

    Mr Sharma explained about the Lean Concept that is followed at Maruti Centre of Excellence. He also demonstrated the practical usage of Lean Manufacturing tools and discussed a case study demonstrating the same and further agreed to mentor students who are targeting placements in Automobile companies. The session was coordinated by Mr Anmol Bhatia.

  • The department of Mechanical Engineering organized an interactive session of the students with the alumni on the topic” A glimpse of EPCM industries”. The session was conducted by Mr. Mehul Jain (Piping Design Engineer, Jacobs Engineering, Gurugram on 13 th September 2017 for 3 rd year Mechanical Engineering students. The speaker presented an overview of EPC Companies, the role of piping in EPC Companies & Future scope of mechanical engineers in these companies. The speaker also demonstrated the use of Piping software in these industries and also explained a case study demonstrating the same. The students got a platform to interact with their Alumni & cleared all their doubts regarding the same. Mr. Mehul will also mentor the students who are targeting placements in EPC Company. The session was coordinated by Mr. Anmol Bhatia.

    Mechanical 3 rd Year Students attending Alumni Interactive session of A Glimpse of EPCM Companies

  • Department of Mechanical Engineering organized a Pre-Placement Interview session for Mechanical 3rd Year students on 12th November 2016. The interview session was conducted by our Alumni Mr. Ritesh Sethi, Deputy Marketing Manager-Network 18, CNN (Alumni of 2006 batch), Mr. Kushal Kalra, Design Engineer-CB& I (Alumni of 2007 batch), Mr. Rakesh Kumar, Manager-ICAD(Alumni of 2009 Batch), Mr. Prakhar Pandey, Director-UWES (Alumni of 2009 batch) and Mr. Surbhit Arora, Manager-Crea Forma India(Alumni of 2009 batch) and faculty members of department. The panel analyzed the students on various aspects like technical knowledge, Communication etc. The session proved to be beneficial as the students were able to identify their strengths and weak areas, that would help them for future placement interviews. The session was coordinated by Mr. Anmol Bhatia, Mr. Ashwini Sharma and Mr. Gagan Baradia. Student being interviewed by Interview panel Mechanical Engineering Faculty members with Alumni

    Alumni with The Head of department Mechanical Engineering

  • Department of Mechanical Engineering is going to organize an Interactive session of Alumni on the topic “Power Plant Engineering and Design” for the students. The speaker of the session is Ms. Stuti Kaushal on 31stJanuary 2017

  • The Alumni Cell of Mechanical Engineering Department organized an Interactive session with Mr. Prabhat Tiwari (M.Design-From IIT Guwahati), Alumnus of 2013 batch, who is working as a Freelancer for the First year Mechanical Engineering students on 20th August,2016 The topic of the session was “Design of Mechanical Systems and Products with the focus on Aesthetics using Solid works and Photoshop”. The speaker told the students the importance of Aesthetics in product design. The session was very much fruitful for the students as they cleared their doubts regarding the aesthetics in design.
  • Mr. Tejasvi Mohan, Mr. Rachit Yadav (Engineer, Apollo Tyres, Gurugram) and Mr. Amit (Engineer, Mercedes)-Alumni of Automobile Engineering 2013 Batch interacted with 25 members of SAE Supra team on 3rd September 2016 regarding vehicle making for the participating in Supra Event and the future scopes of Mechanical Engineers in Automotive sector. The session proved to be fruitful for the students who are participating for the event as they were able to clear their doubts regarding the manufacturing and assembly aspect of the same. The session was organized by the Alumni Cell of Mechanical Engineering Department.
  • The department of Mechanical Engineering organized the pre-placement interviews for the 3rd year students on 19th March, 2016. A total of four Alumni- Mr. Prateek Sirohi (Sr. Engineer, Sona Okegawa precision Forging Limited), Mr. Aman Singh (Design Engineer, CB& I, Gurugram) & Mr. Kunal (Design Engineer, CB& I) & Mr. Vivek Sihag (Business Development Manager, Flour Daniel, Gurugram) conducted the process. The experts interviewed a batch of pre final year students and gave scores on the required parameters like technical Knowledge, Communication, HR Skills etc. They also gave their detailed feedback after the session. The session was coordinated by the Alumni Cell Coordinators (Mr. Anmol Bhatia, Gagan Baradia & Dr. Sunil Hans) & departmental Placement Coordinators (Mr. Ashwini Sharma & Mr. Anuj Sharma).

Faculty Achievements

  • On 1st March 2017, Mitsubishi Electric India Private Limited had organized one day event named ‘Edumeet 2017’. The objective of the meet was to bridge the gap between the academic institutions and industry. Several academicians from Institutions of National and International repute from NCR region like DTU, SRM etc have attended the meet. Also, there were representatives from various industries like Honda etc including the host industry. From The NorthCap University, Dr. Anjali Garg (ECE), Dr. Shiv Manjaree Gopaliya (ME) and Ms. Shaveta Arora (ECE) have attended the meet, which was held at Ajay Kumar Garg Engineering College, Ghaziabad. ‘Edumeet 2017’ noticed the presentations on the requirements of industries from fresh graduates. Curriculum design and syllabus related to Courses of major industrial significance like Automation, Mechatronics, Instrumentation and Control Engineering were discussed in detail. Brain storming sessions and group discussions were held among the participant’s viz. academicians regarding the loopholes, strategies, challenges and outcomes in the available curriculum. In the end, all the points were summarized and discussed. During the meet, the participants also had a visit to state-of-the-art Centre of Relevance and Excellence developed at AKGEC, Ghaziabad under TIFAC – CORE. We had a visit to various labs viz. Robotics Lab, Mechatronics Lab, National Instruments Lab etc developed by fifteen different industries worldwide.

  • Mr Gagan Baradia has participated in a panel discussion on the theme “TECH- INNOVATION” in “Entrepreneur Summit 2017” (27th Jan-29th Jan’17) organized by IIT-Bhubaneswar, Odisha. I discussed about the importance of innovation in the journey of an entrepreneur while interacting with the young entrepreneurial minds of IIT-Bhubaneswar and cleared their doubts during Q/A session.

    Gagan Baradia receiving the token of appreciation from Chairmen-E-Summit 2017, IIT-Bhubaneswar

  • Invited Talks
    Mr Ashwini Sharma was invited as keynote speaker and delivered a talk on “DESIGN FOR MSMEs” to the MSME cluster of Jalandhar industries on 21nd October 2016.

  • Mr. Ashwini Sharma is selected as the member of academic advisory board by Fraternity of Mechanical engineers (FMAE), A national level society involved in improving the degree of learning and the standard of design challenges such as Formula kart design challenge in the country.
  • Dr. K. Mathiyazhagan nominated as an Examiner to evaluate the Ph.D. thesis and invited to conduct the Public Viva-Voce Examination from Anna University - Chennai.
  • Dr. Feras Al-Hakka visited Honda Cars India factory in Greater Noida on 21st July to supervise the industrial training of our mechanical students.
  • Mr. Gagan Baradia, Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, NCU has successfully volunteered YUVA PRERNA YATRA 2016 from 3rd April 2016 to 9th April 2016 as a program Coordinator.

    YUVA PRERNA YATRA is an initiative of I For Nation Foundation, Noida (a not for profit organization) with the motto “Empowerment through Enterprise”. This Yatra takes 100 highly motivated Youths to a bus journey in Himalayas with a purpose to awaken an entrepreneurial spirit within them. During the journey, participants get an opportunity to interact and learn from exceptional "Champions of Change", the unsung heroes, who have not only dared to dream but also realized their dreams into sustainable enterprises by utilizing the local resources and talent, thereby creating local livelihood opportunities and reducing migration in the Himalayan region. This Yatra aims to inspire youth to understand the value of creating sustainable enterprises in localized global context and to spur them to create similar models in their own arenas. The word YUVA signifies a passion to bring out the change, a dream to travel the unbeaten path and energy as fresh as a new-born. YUVA PRERNA YATRA eventually tries to kindle the flame of entrepreneurship in the hearts of passionate youth so that they can “Make in India”.

  • Pollution Checking Center at NCU set up by Department of Mechanical Engineering

Society Events

  • Automotive Technical Festival – SAKSHAM 2016

    The SAE Collegiate Club of the University organized its technical-cum- automotive festival, ‘SAKSHAM’ 2016 from 10-12 March 2016. The fest, based on ‘Make in India’ theme, witnessed support from dignitaries from core industries like Maruti, iCAT, Mahindra, John Deere, etc. About 250 students from over 30 different universities and colleges across North India participated in the fest and showcased their projects and technical skills. Technical events were a prime attraction in the fest and included SAENIS student convention, national level project display competition, battle of bots, cross-bow design and manufacturing, aero-model design and manufacturing, national design challenge, and others. Some leisure activities like LAN gaming event, mini-militia event and cultural performances were also organized for the entertainment of the audience. The automotive events with display of modified cars, TSD navigation rally and off-road rally event were appreciated by one and all.

    The idea behind organization of this fest was to enhance the technical capabilities of the students. This vision is not only to teach students about the theoretical knowledge and the concepts but also to make them learn about the practical usage of that knowledge by making them apply to real life challenges. Being organized for the first time in North India, the event inspired the students to organize more such automotive-cum-technical festivals and encourage students to imagine and innovate.