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Technovation 2018

Under the banner of Sustainable Technology, SRICT celebrated the sixth annual technical fest to promote technology, scientific thinking and innovation among the students, which has been creating a visual spectacle year after year, was held on 27-28 September 2018.

 

This year also the participation was made open for other college students. The participation of more than 1600 students comprising an outreach of more than 15 colleges participated in around 20 events like Robo-champ, Aqua-glide, power boat racer, technical workshops, Treasure hunt and lot more.

The techfest was inaugurated by the hands of the guests Shree Neelamkumar Valecha, VP, Reliance Industries and Dr. D.M. Gandhi, Site head, Lupin Ltd. in a very unique, technical way. The theme for the event was ‘Intellectual Immortality’ – remembering contribution of engineers to society. TECHNOVATION hits the horizon effusing vistas of fervor, thrill and exuberance.

 

Dr. Snehal Lokhandwala, Principal of our institute delivered the welcome speech during inaugural session. Shree N.K. Valecha addressed the students by sharing his own experiences as an engineering student. He described about how important are such Techfest, also mentioned how struggle and hard work will benefit the students irrespective to whichever branch the student is from. The Souvenir fourth edition of Technovation 2018 i.e., “TECHNOPHILE” was unveiled on the inaugural session. Dr. D.M. Gandhi also addressed gathering emphasizing the need of our theme ‘Intellectual immortality’. He also appreciated the efforts made by the team.  

 

Events were celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm for entire two days. Chief Guest of valedictory function Mr. Rahul Patel from Agastya School addressed audience focusing on the contribution of science to society. During valedictory function, winners were given cash prizes worth Rs. 70250 and certificates. The program was supported by Reliance Industries, Solvay Specialty, Lupin Ltd., Sajjan India, Kanoria Chemicals, Panama Petrochem, Heubach pigments, Bhakti construction, Vraj chem, Khodiyar equipment, Nidhisha hospitality, Ashok travels, Manmandir travels, shree Balaji travels and few more.

 

Overall it proved to be a good platform for students to interact, share and exchange innovative and technical ideas. The entire fraternity of college is thankful to the management of Ankleshwar Rotary Education Society for providing such wonderful opportunity. 

Chemical Engineering

  Sep 29, 2018


A workshop on “Process Modelling and Simulation using MATLAB and DWSIM”

The Department of Chemical Engineering under banner of GUJCOST has organized a workshop on Process Modelling and Simulation using MATLAB and DWSIM at Shroff S. R. Rotary Institute of Chemical Technology on 27-28 September 2018. Department has organized many workshops and refresher courses for students as well as for industry and academicians since 2012. Previously, there have been courses on other unit operations like distillation, heat transfer, mixing, extraction and solid liquid separation. This course covered the basic concept of process modelling and simulations using softwares which are open available.

The inaugural function was graced by Dr. Om Prakash Mahadwad, Professor SRICT, Mr Naresh Vaghela, Head of Chemical Engineering Government Engineering College Bharuch and Dr. Alok Gautam Head of Chemical Engineering and coordinator of the course. Dr. Alok Gautam welcomed and briefed about the course. The course was well organized by cocordinator Dr. Shina Gautam and other faculty members of Chemical Engineering Dr. Sanjiv Dharwadkar, Mr. Hemant Balsora, Mr. Krunal Suthar, Mrs Nirali Tharwala, Mr. Chintan Modi, Mr. Niraj Nair, Mr. Jigesh Mehta, Ms. Dhara Rojivadiya, Mr Rahul Sharma.

First session was on Fundamentals of modelling and simulation and delivered by Dr. Alok Gautam.  Second session was taken by Dr Om Prakash Mahadwad. Second session was on MATLAB solution for control system. The hands on experience on MATLAB was conducted on first day of workshop.

Second day Mr Krunal Suthar discussed how thermodynamics problems of property identifications can be done in DWSIM. Theory and lab session was conducted for the same. Mr Sunil Badgujar conducted a session on HINT. Last session was delivered by Mr Rilesh Mehta from Solvay on application of process simulator in chemical process industry.

All the sessions were interactive. The participants were from different institutes like GEC Bharuch, Uka Tarsadia and SRICT. Attendees at a seminar shared a common interest in the subject matter. Course helped gaining knowledge in a particular subject area. Feedback of the participants was quite positive. 


Chemical Engineering

  Sep 28, 2018


WINSTINCT-2018

A sport day entitled “WINSTINCT” is organized every year to reveal students’ Sportsmanship.

WINSTINCT-2018

WINSTINCT-2018 was organized by Department of Chemical Engineering.

On 7th and 8th Feb. 2018 SRICT held its annual sports days entitled as WINSTINCT 2018.

The event was marked by a string of spectacular performances presented by around more than 1000 students who were brimming with enthusiasm and sportsmanship.

The opening ceremony was done by “kick off” which was graced by Principal Dr. Kalyana Sundaram, Vice Principal Dr Snehal Lokhandwala. Our Hon’ble trustee Shri Dr Parmeshwaran and All HOD’s in the presence of other college officials and students.

The Principal officially declared the sports-meet open and kick off symbolizing the vibrant hopes of the sporting students.


Chemical Engineering

  Feb 08, 2018


IV @ Vihita Chem Pvt. Ltd

An industrial visit was organized at Vihita Chem Pvt. Ltd., Ankleshwar, especially for chemical engineering, semester-IV students. Students visited a company in a batch of 33 students twice on 17th and 19th April respectively with Mr. Krunal Suthar, SRICT. Mr. Chetan Patel from the company explained various concepts like safety measures, colour coding for the piping network, various reactors with the different type of agitators, dryers, and utility. The visit proved to be a very good learning experience.
It bought more opportunities for interacting directly with people practicing chemical engineering and excites us for more in-depth exploration of the technical subjects: said chemical engineering students

Chemical Engineering

  Apr 19, 2018


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