Training @ RRSC - ISRO,Jodhpur February,2017
Students along with the faculty of M.Sc. Geoinformatics II sem. of Sangam University Bhilwara have completed 2 days training at RRSC ISRO jodhpur 28 Feb 2017.Faculty Mr. Lokesh Kumar Tripathi has been awarded by a satellite model on the occasion of National Science Day in the program.
Ground Truth Verification
Students of MSc. Geo-informatics II year went to the nearby areas of Bhilwara for group field survey and ground truth verification from satellite images. The aim was to provide representative sampling that fits the purpose of the particular mapping project.
“GPS changes the way we view the earth. This survey outlined the information about global positioning units that determine locations, altitude and verifying an address.”-[Priyonath Adhikari, MSc Geo-Informatics II year]
Talk on Green ChemistryMarch, 2016
Prof. K R Desai renowned environmentalist and presently Director at Uka Taradasia University, Bardoli, Surat (Gujarat) delivered an expert lecture on Green Chemistry on 4 March. Prof. Desai talked about the different ways of doing greener chemical reactions which, especially, focused on greener ways to preserve our environment and living beings.
National Science Day CelebrationJanuary, 2016
School of Applied science celebrated National Science Day on 28 Feb. 2016. MSc Chemistry students coordinated the entire event. Jyoti Vyas and Komal Panwar presented biography of Sir CV Raman and talked about the Raman Effect and its significance in India. Theme of the year 2016 raised the public appreciation on scientific issues for the development of nation. On the other side Msc Student Teena Rao highlighted the current issues pertaining to Make in India she also presented how Science & Technology can bring about the second Green Revolution.
Thermal Power PlantFebruary, 2016
Students of M.Sc. Chemistry and B.Sc. visited Sangam Spinners Thermal power plant on 22 Feb, 2016. Mr. Bhanu Pratap, Vice President, of Sangam Spinners briefed about the working of Thermal Power plant, process of Coal testing and operations of water treatment plant.
“This was a great learning experience. Through this visit we understood the process of waste water management in industries practically” – [Rahul Didwaniya, BSc, II Year] field.
The objective of the conference was to bring together eminent scientists, renowned academicians, researchers and industrial professionals to discuss the revolutionary breakthroughs in various disciplines of chemistry.
“Very informative talks were delivered by the subject experts on relevant topics like Green chemistry, asymmetric synthesis and catalysis, drug designing, etc". [Jyoti Vyas, MSc II Year]
Attended Conference @ MLSU, UdaipurJanuary, 2016
MSc students have attended the a UGC sponsored two day National conference on “Modern Trends in Chemical Sciences” was held on 30th and 31st January, 2016 in M. L. S. University, Udaipur. Students interacted with the subject experts to develop new idea and further prospects of the chemical science.
Sangam Spinners ET PlantJanuary, 2016
B.Sc mathematics and M .Sc Chemistry students visited Sangam Spinners ET Plant on 22 Jan 2016. One of the executives of Sangam Spinners outlined the key aspects of industrial wastewater, industry sources, operations, and wastewater characteristics.
“It was the knowledge gaining experience for us. During this visit we gained detailed knowledge of the current practices in wastewater treatment with specific reference to latest technologies.” - [Akansha Sukhwal, BSc I Year]
Talk on Industrial Application of Chemistry
Dr. S. C. Mehta Visiting Professor, with 30 year Research & Development experience with Vedanta Hindustan Zinc Limited, Udaipur gave a talk on Extractive Metallurgy and Industrial application of Chemistry. Mr. Mehta highlighted about the role of Metallurgy in today's society and explained how Industrial chemistry transforms the materials and energy to make useable products, which resulted in growth and improvement in the areas such as food production, health and hygiene, shelter and clothing. He also suggested that industries are providing ample job opportunities for the chemistry graduates.
Talk on Homogeneous Catalysis
Prof. Dr. K.G. Ojha former head MDS University, Ajmer and a renowned cartoon artist, gave a talk on Homogeneous Catalysis and Wilkinson Catalysis. He talked about the various applications of both of these catalysts in industries to enhance the reactivity and yield of reaction. “With this lecture we came to know about recent developments in homogenous catalysis in the chemical industries.”- Manisha Dilwani, MSc. Chemistry I Year
A talk on Web GIS
Mr. Asif Khan, GIS Engineer at The Tata Power Company Limited, Mumbai gave a special lecture on web GIS and its advance techniques. He explained the diversity of programming languages and tools being used in Geospatial industries. “We learnt developing web GIS Applications using the ArcGIS platform.”- Fagar Pal, MSc. Geoinformatics II Year
A talk on Innovative Teaching Techniques
After attending a month long training course at English & Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad Mrs Nidhi Bhatnagar gave a talk on Innovative Teaching Techniques at Sangam University Bhilwara Rajasthan on 24 Dec 2015. She talked about some mnemonic techniques which are simply a way of memorizing information so that it remains within our brain longer and can be recalled more easily in the future. “I think the session served a brilliant learning experience for facilitators. The techniques which were discussed in the talk will definitely help faculty members in classroom teaching.”- Mr. Dheeraj jain, Associate Professor, EC.
Industrial InterfaceNovember ,2015
Visit @Agriculture Department, Bhilwara
On 5 Nov. 2015 M.Sc. Chemistry students visited at Soil Testing Lab of Agriculture Department, Bhilwara. They were guided by Dr. Pratibha Vyas, Agriculture research officer. “She explained that soil fertility, testing is necessary periodically to maintain the soil health.”- Satyapal Singh Rathore, MSc. Chemistry II Year
Visit @ Sangam Spinners ET Plant, Bhilwara
B.Sc mathematics and M .Sc Chemistry students visited Sangam Spinners ET Plant on 7 Nov. 2015. Students gained detailed knowledge of the current practices in wastewater treatment with specific reference to latest technologies. Vice President of Sangam Spinners Mr. B.B. Singh outlined the key aspects of industrial wastewater, industry sources, operations, and wastewater characteristics. “This was a great learning experience to understand the waste water management in the industries practically.”- Payal Lodha, BSc Mathematics I Year
Sangam University provided training and placement assistance to the M.Sc, Chemistry and M.Sc Geo-informatics batch in relevant organizations, Laboratories and industries.
- Vapi Textiles, Gujarat
- PHED Bhilwara
- Mayur Mills, Bhilwara Hidusthan Zinc, Bhilwara
- ADCC Infocad, Pvt. Ltd., Nagpur
- SkyMap Global, Kolkata.
Ground Truth Verification
Students of MSc. Geo-informatics II year went to Chittorgarh for group field survey and ground truth verification from satellite images. The aim was to provide representative sampling that fits the purpose of the particular mapping project. “GPS changes the way we view the earth. This survey outlined the information about global positioning units that determine locations, altitude and verifying an address.”- Sandeep Tiwarde, MSc Geo-Informatics I year.
Pre-Conference TutorialOctober, 2015
M.Sc. Geo-informatics students attended two days Pre- Conference Tutorials during October 6-7, 2015 at MDS University. The aim of the tutorial was to train young professionals and students on the following themes: Role of Geomatics for Smart City, Climate Extremes and Impact on Economy, Web Portal and Data for Research– SIS- DP, BHUVAN- A Gateway of India. Experts from various parts of India gave a talk on the above themes related to application of Geomatics in various key areas. “It was knowledge gaining experience for all Geo students, where we got an opportunity to interact with GIS experts who revealed that Geomatics has emerged as powerful tool for mapping smart cities, managing natural resource.”- Brionath Adhikari, MSc Geo-Informatics I year
Visit @ PhedJuly 2014
Team Chemistry Visited Public Health And Engineering Department On 24th July 2014 State-Of-The-Art Water Testing Laboratory To Understand The New Techniques Of Water Analysis At Bhilwara.
Industrial academia meetAugust 2014
Industrial academia meet was successfully organized on 27th august 2014. It was one day learning extravaganza where experts from industries like textile major rswm and sangam, steel major jindal group, reliance infrastructure ltd., phed, agriculture dept., etc. Participated and shared their problems of waste water effluent. The meet was followed by panel discussion in which the mr. B.s. shekhawat from jindal group shared a problem of sewage water treatment in the presence of oil globule and dye particles. To solve this problem chemistry department of the university worked upon it and suggested latest techniques on dyeing while using super critical carbon dioxide (co2) in critical conditions. Currently, the department of chemistry with its students is working on the various applications of advanced oxidation methods to resolve textile effluent problem.
In pursuit of the industry- academia meet, the chemistry department visited two industries for identifying the root cause of their issues:September 2014
M.sc. Chemistry ii year students visited jindal saw ltd. “It was exciting that we got an opportunity to observe the working environment of the country's topmost industry houses and the foremost indigenous steel producers and exporters”
Sanjay kumar mali, m.sc., final year Sangam spinners on 19th september, 2014 where students were familiarized with the recent wastewater treatment processes that are designed to achieve improvements in the quality of the wastewater.
“This was a great learning experience to understand the waste water management practically”. Supriya rathore, m.sc., chemistry
Experts visitOctober 2014
Sangam University had the pleasure of welcoming 150 experts from the field of Geography nationwide. This provided an opportunity to our students to share their ideas and have an informal discussion with the experts. The academicians suggested that Geo-informatics is a rapidly expanding field which finds its application in various sectors and offers excellent career avenues with immense potential.
Field survey conducted by geo-informatics students
Students of m.sc. Geo-informatics ii year went to chittorgarh for gps field survey and ground truth verification from satellite images.
“Gps changes the way we view the earth. This survey acquainted us with global positioning units that determine locations, altitude and verifying an address”.
Sandeep Tiwarde, Geo-Informatics. I year
Summer internships at:
- P.I. Industries Udaipur
- Public and Health Department, Pur Road, Bhilwara
- ONGC Gujarat, Ahmedabad
- Sangam Process, Bhilwara
- BOROCAPS Pharmaceuticals, Jaipur