Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Annual Project Exhibition 2017 organised by Department of Electronics




Report on Annual Project Exhibition 2017          

The Electronics Club under the Electronics Department of Christ University, Bengaluru organizes annual project exhibition by with an objective of promoting the learning process with hands-on experience for the students. This also acts as a platform for students to showcase their talents and receive suggestions from other experts. This year the exhibition was organized on 1st March 2017 in the Electronics Lab, Block I of Christ University main campus from 12.00 noon to 2.00 PM.


The exhibition was organized by the final year under graduate students of Electronics department as part of their final semester project work. There were a total of 40 working projects on display, during the event. All the projects were mentored and guided by the faculty members of the department. The students demonstrated the working of their projects to the visitors.





S.No.
Title of the Project
1
World Clock using Arduino
2
Dynamic Traffic Signal light
3
Universal mobile battery charger
4
Ultrasonic distance measurement
5
Automatic Ration distribution system
6
Agriculture field  motor control using microcontroller
7
Green home
8
Heart beat measurement system
9
Automatic water-pump system
10
3D room mapping
11
Automatic waste segregation
12
Home appliance control using RF remote
13
Hand gesture controlled robot
14
Voice controlled home automation
15
Line follower robot
16
Password based door lock system
17
Speed checker on highway
18
Automatic breaking system
19
DTMF controlled Robot


S.No.
Title of the Project
20
Energy saving street light controller
21
DTMF based home automation
22
Automatic street light
23
Password based circuit breaker
24
Drone with land and air mode
25
PIC based code lock
26
Irrigation system with mobile App
27
Frameless Laser Harp
28
LED and LCD clock using microcontroller
29
Android based home automation
30
Obstacle avoidance Robot
31
Smart door security system
32
Bidirectional visitor counter
33
Pattern drawing robot
34
RFID based attendance monitoring system
35
SmarKart PSD769
36
Glove-Synth
37
Automatic railway signalling system
38
Plot-Bot
39
IOT based home automation
40
Sun tracking solar panel



Dr. George Thomas C, Associate Dean of Science visited the exhibition and encouraged the students by interacting with the students. The students of Electronics from the junior classes visited the exhibition and interacted with the senior students. All the faculty members of department of Electronics were present during the exhibition and provided guidance to the students for the successful execution of the program. 


This exhibition succeeded in giving an overview of practical applications in various domains with a special attention to some of the problems with social relevance. The event motivated the first and second year students to take up the project work seriously and more enthusiastically.