A Pre-Placement Interview was organized for students of Mechanical Engineering on 27 April 2019. The session was conducted by our Alumni- Mr Ritesh Sethi, Marketing Manager, Hindustan Times-Alumni of 2006 batch, Mr Prashant Bhatia, Co-Founder, MakerTech 3D Printing Solutions Alumni of 2011 batch, Mr Omkar Kaushi, Engineer, DENSO- Alumni of 2013 batch, Mr Dishant Aghi, Deputy Manager-Operations, Tripple-A Gaskets, Alumni of 2013 batch, Mr Anmol Tikoo, Engineer, DAIKIN Air conditioners and Alumni of 2013 batch, Mr Nishant Yadav, Manager, Shiv Pneumatics -Alumni of 2015 batch, HR Personnel- Mr Tushar, HR Head, Shiv Pneumatics and faculty members of the department. Students were judged on the aspects of their technical knowledge, Communication, HR grooming etc. The session was coordinated by Mr Anmol Bhatia, Assistant Professor.
26 April 2019, a reflection of the 4 years of togetherness, The Northcap University delivers its delight to the final year students from the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering. With the warming message from Hon’ble Prof. HB Raghavendra, Vice Chancellor and the faculty members, Mr Lokesh Chaudhary, Dr Archana Dongre and Dr Vaishali Sahu to students, marking towards their nostalgic journey at NCU. The momentum of joy was extended with the fun filled activities and laughter, parting with a speech from the students giving life to all the memories at NCU.
3 May 2019, Focusing on “Mapping with Total Station”, a Field Trip cum Survey Camp for students was organized to Tau Devi Lal Memorial Park, Sector 22, Gurgaon by the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering. Proportioning on both theoretical and practical aspects of the application of Total Station, it registered the concepts of Leveling, Centering, Contouring, Measurement of horizontal and vertical angles on the site.
The School of Law, The NorthCap University organized VI-National Moot Court Competition (NMCC) under the theme ‘illegal and mining’, pressing the issue of environmental laws from 6-7 April 2019. The event was inaugurated by Hon’ble Chief Guest Mr Abhishek Manu Singhvi, MP Rajya Sabha, Senior Advocate at Supreme Court, appreciating the efforts of the School of Law, highlighted a critical and important issue of present day relevance namely, the illegal sand mining spreading across the nation.
SOL at NCU has carved a niche for itself as a leader in Environment Law Moot Court Competition. The Moot Proposition for the VI Edition highlighted the sensitive issue of water preservation in a developing country. The competition aimed to tackle a pertinent question of how to balance the environmental concerns as well as the socio-economic needs of individuals. The Moot Court Competition witnessed participation of 22 teams from Central and State Universities, National and Private Law Schools from all across the country. A total of eight teams reached to the final round, chaired by a bench comprising of Hon’ble Mr Justice S R Singh (Retd. Judge Allahabad High Court), Hon’ble Mr Justice Rameshwar Malik (Retd. Judge Delhi High Court) and Mr Suneel Chauhan ( Director, Nalsa)
Amity Law School, Noida emerged as the Winner of the competition and was awarded a trophy, certificate and a cash prize of Rs 15,000 and Army Law College , Mohali were the Runners-up and awarded a cash prize of Rs 10,000. Award for the Best Memorial of Rs 5,000 was bagged by U.P.E.S, Dehradun; Award for Best Female Mooter of Rs 5,000 was won by Army Law College, Mohali and Award for Best Male Mooter of Rs 5,000 was won by Rajeev Gandhi National Law University, patiala.
POWERGRID with the support of the Ministry of Power and in association with CBIP and IEEMA organized its 6th International Exhibition and Conference GRIDTECH-2019 from 3-5 April 2019 at ITPO, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi on new technologies in Transmission, Distribution, Renewable Integration, Smart Grid, Communication etc.
The event was inaugurated by the Vice President, M Venkaiah Naidu. It became an excellent global networking opportunity for exhibitors, visitors and delegates. “Student’s Innovation Pavilion” was also established as a part of GRIDTECH 2019 where student’s community were able to demonstrate emerging technologies in their working models, 30 projects out of 67 were selected to be presented. Three Groups from BTech ECE Final Year, the NorthCap University were selected to showcase their projects and were awarded with a participation prize of Rs 20,000 with a certificate and a memento. Yashika Chauhan and Monali Kar from group one, under the abled guidance of Ms Amanpreet Kaur demonstrated an ‘Iot Based Air Pollution Monitoring System’. Srishti Singhal and Sachin Singh Chauhan from group two, under the abled guidance of Dr Vandana Khanna demonstrated ‘Agrobot- An Autonomous Agriculture multi-purpose robot’. Aakansha Paul and Isha Gupta from group three, under the abled guidance from Ms Amanpreet Kaur demonstrated a ‘Hand Gesture Recognition System For Speech Impaired People’.
A Parent Teacher Meet was organized on 6 April 2019 to have a close interaction of parents with teachers in regard to the progress shown by their wards and finding workable solutions to the problems if any, coming in the way of their development. This enabled parents to capture the weaknesses and strengths of their ward so that they can move parallelly with respect to their progress.
Department of Electrical, Electronics and Communication Engineering & Department of Mechanical Engineering & jointly organized an ‘HR Conclave 2019’ at the NorthCap University on 5 March 2019.
The Chief Guest, Mr Shouvik Nandi, HR Head, Siemens Energy & Automation addressed the key skills that a present HR looks for corporate employability. The event brought together eminent HR professionals from Daikin Air Conditioning India Pvt. Ltd., Napino Auto & Electronics Ltd., Truechip Solutions ;GMR Infra; Exicom Tele-Systems Ltd, among others from the industry on a common platform where they shared their experiences and best practices on the topic “Hiring trends of corporate for campus”.
Prof. Prem Vrat, Pro-Chancellor mentioned that Employability of a student is integral of knowledge, skills & attitude. Knowledge & skills required are changing at a rapid rate, hence, students shall benefit from this platform to know about the latest hiring requirements from Esteemed HR Delegates. Vice Chancellor, Prof. HB Raghavendra highlighted the Industry oriented curriculum of The NorthCap University where students have the option of earning Credits while opting for Internship & Industry based projects.
The departments showcased their professional societies such as SPIE, IEEE, IEI and SAE accompanied with various projects like New Genre Battery Driven Motorcycle, Electric Solar Vehicle, Go-Kart Vehicle, Modified LPG Gas Stove, Terra motors vehicle, Automatic gear system, Laser light show, Transmission line fault detector, TV Firestick with enhanced capabilities, A basic mobile phone using Arduino, Dexto-Eka robot, Intruder detector were displayed. The event came to an end with a vote of thanks by Mr BK Gupta, Director, School of Professional Attachment.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering recently organized a guest lecture for the students of Mechanical Engineering titled “Skills required by Mechanical Engineers to get Placed” on 29 March 2019. Mr Nishant Yadav, Manager, Shiv Pneumatics & an alumnus of 2014 entry batch and Mr Tushar Talwar, HR Manager, Shiv Pneumatics as the speakers, guided students under the area of skills that the companies require in order to hire Mechanical Engineers. The session was coordinated by Mr Anmol Bhatia, Assistant Professor.
An expert lecture titled “Emerging trends of 3-D Printing” was organized by Dr Vikas Sharma, Assistant Professor, Sel. Grade-01 for the students from the Department of Mechanical Engineering on 10 April 2019. Mr Vivek Yadav, from his lecture raised the practical knowledge of students regarding the application of 3-D Printer in various industries. He, being the founder of Designifying 3-D Prototype Solutions, shared his journey from a student’s life to an industry professional.
A two day’s Advance Regional Workshop on ‘Biological Diversity Laws’ organized by the School of Law in association with the prestigious National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bengaluru and United Nations Development Program (UNDP) from 14-15 March 2019. The session was conducted by the experts, Prof. Sairam Bhat from NLSIU, Dr Pushpa Kumar from Delhi University, Dr KC Bansal, Former Director of the National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources, ICAR, Pusa, New Delhi and with the active participation of institutions like ICAR, ICGEB, DU, Jamia, TERI, Ansal, ILI, VIPS. The programme was coordinated by Dr Subhradipta Sarkar.