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It is one of the goals of Chitkara University (CU) to improve its research performance by building a critical mass of researchers who will develop a distinctive portfolio of high-quality discovery, and applied and commercial research.
The University is in the process of building a vibrant research culture for fostering outstanding research programs in areas relevant to our future. As a student, you will be taught by leading researchers and will be exposed to leading-edge research and technology.
Both the faculty and doctoral scholars actively involve themselves in research projects. Interdisciplinary research, a system-level approach, and close ties to industry combine to yield up-to-date research. Strong ties with industry complement these top-notch research opportunities. Through research centre–industry liaison programs and departmental advisory boards, faculty and students work towards future technologies. A lot of our research initiatives are under the funding consideration from DST and other related agencies.
The students and faculty take part in national/international conferences as well as workshops and seminars in their areas of interest. Faculty members are constantly involved in research publications and quality improvements programs. This approach helps the faculty in taking the students’ imagination beyond classrooms teaching to actual scientific exploration.
Chitkara University is one of the only two institutions in India that received the prestigious HP Innovation Grant of USD 1,70,000 and one among five institutions selected from Asia-Pacific, including Japan, for creating technology that is accessible to everyone as a way to learn, work and benefit from information.
The UK India Education and Research Initiative (UKIERI) has been started to enhance educational links between India and the UK. In recognition of the substantial success of this initiative, an extension was announced by the prime minister of UK Mr David Cameron and Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh. In this regard various subjects are being funded through the money pooled by both the governments. Under the UKIERI Project Grant, senior faculty member of Chitkara University, Mr Suman Nandi—he is Deputy Dean, Planning and Development—was awarded the grant and visited Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU), Scotland.
The purpose of this project is to exchange knowledge and ideas to support the educational attainment and social integration of students carrying out part of their studies in either the UK or India. The focus of the exchange will be the identification and management of differences in teaching practice, and the use of technology to support learning. Over a period of four weeks Mr Suman Nandi from CU worked at GCU with experts within one of its largest student support units, the Learning and Development Centre in the School of Engineering and Built Environment. Staff had two main tasks during the project period: they explored the key differences in teaching styles between CU and GCU, and the studied the impacts these differences have on exchanging students.
Title: Design and Development of Programmable Control of LPG based Industrial Oven
Principal Investigator: Gautam Malik
Co Investigator: Shakunpreet Kaur
Duration: 30 months
Sanction Amount: 29.44 lacs
Description:The objective of the research project is to develop a Programmable control of LPG Oven
handling multiple burners at a same time with the ability to change flame directional in an
European Commission Capacity building projects in the field of higher education support the modernisation, accessibility and internationalisation of higher education in India. Capacity-building projects aims to encourage cooperation between the EU and India in addressing challenges in the management and governance of their higher education institutions. This includes improving the quality of higher education, developing new and innovative education programmes, modernising higher education systems as well as fostering cooperation across different regions of the world through joint initiatives.
Developing Content and Language Integrated Learning – Resource and Training Centre for a Multilingual India
Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) – a methodology adopted in Europe mainly to encourage bilingualism or multilingualism comes across as an ideal solution for Indian education system. CLIL@India plans the following actions:
1. Establish an international inter-institutional CLIL Resources and Training Centre at Manipal; 2. Establish satellite centres for CLIL at all participating HEIs in the project for spill-over effect; 3. Develop CLIL training materials in Hindi, Punjabi, Marathi, Kannada, Tamil and English; 4. Develop and continuously update the webportal CLILatIndia.in to provide open access to CLIL study materials in India; 5. To implement the first CLIL academic modules at the Indian partner HEIs; 6. To disseminate information about CLIL methodologies developing open intensive courses and events; 6. To develop an evidence-based white-paper based on the impact of CLIL on the linguistic skills of pupils attending secondary education in India.
For more information, please visit www.clilatindia.in
|S. No.||Project Name||Funds Received (In Rs.)||Funding Agency|
|1.||Workshop on Introduction to Research Methodology from June 25 to July 04, 2012.||112605/-||National Mission on Education through ICT (MHRD)|
|2.||Workshop on Thermodynamics from Dec 11 to Dec 21, 2012.||72050/-||National Mission on Education through ICT (MHRD)|
|3.||Workshop on Database Management Systems from May 11 to May 21, 2013.||165670/-||National Mission on Education through ICT (MHRD)|
|4.||Workshop on Engineering Mechanics from Nov 26 to Dec 06, 2013.||81710/-||National Mission on Education through ICT (MHRD)|
|5.||Remote Centre Workshop of IIT Bombay.||112605/-||IIT Bombay|
|6.||Writing Seminar Paper, Proposals and Thesis with special emphasis on North-West Region.||40000/-||Indian Council of Social Science Research (MHRD)|
|7.||International Conference on Speech Image Biomedical & Information Processing during Nov 01-02, 2012.||30000/-||Council of Scientific and Industrial Research New-Delhi|
|8.||International Conference on WECON-2009||40000/-||CSIR Complex New Delhi|
|9.||Celebration of National Science Day-2013.||5000/-||Punjab state Council for Science & Technology|
|10.||National Environmental Awareness Campaign -2011-12||20000/-||Punjab state Council for Science & Technology|
|11.||National Environmental Awareness Campaign -2012-13||20000/-||Punjab state Council for Science & Technology|
|12.||ISTE workshop on “Database Management System” from 21st to 31st May-2013||40670/-||IIT Bombay,|
|13.||IEI grant for R & D Project entitled: – Wind-cum-hydro turbine installation on a single arrangement to generated electricity.||15000/-||The Institution of Engineers (India) Kolkata|
|14.||National Conference on Advanced Manufacturing Tech-2011||30000/-||CSIR Complex New Delhi|
|15.||Attend The World Congress on Engineering from 30.06.2010 to 02.07.2010 in United Kingdom by Dr. Neela Rayavarapu.||43568/-||Ministry of Science & Technology, New Delhi|
|16.||Design and development of Programmable Control of LPG based Industrial Oven by Deptt. Of Mechanical Engineering.||1900000/-||Ministry of Science & Technology, New Delhi|
|17.||National Conference on Smart Energy-Generation Promotion & Chellenging-2009||25000/-||Eureka ElectroSoft Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Sector-35, Chandigarh|
|18.||National Conference on Smart Energy-Generation Promotion & Chellenging-2009||15000/-||Bhakhra Beas Management Board Chandigarh|
|19.||National Conference on Smart Energy-Generation Promotion & Conservation on 15th -16th January, 2010||25000/-||Punjab Energy Development Agency Chandigarh|
|20.||National Conference on Smart Energy-Generation Promotion & Conservation on 15th -16th January, 2010||10000/-||Bharij Fabricatiors, Mohali|
|21.||National Conference on Smart Energy-Generation Promotion & Conservation on 15th -16th January, 2010||10000/-||Navdeep Industries, Sirhind.|
|22.||National Conference on Smart Energy-Generation Promotion & Conservation on 15th -16th January, 2010||10000/-||Sandhu Contractors Pvt. Ltd. Chandigarh|
|23.||National Conference on Smart Energy-Generation Promotion & Conservation on 15th -16th January, 2010||10000/-||L & S Hydro Engineers Pvt. Ltd. Chandigarh|
|24.||National Conference on Smart Energy-Generation Promotion & Conservation on 15th -16th January, 2010||14850/-||Amrit Banaspati Company Ltd. Rajpura|
|25.||National Conference on Smart Energy-Generation Promotion & Conservation on 15th -16th January, 2010||30000/-||CSIR Complex New Delhi|
|26.||National Conference on Smart Energy-Generation Promotion & Conservation on 15th -16th January, 2010||30000/-||Amtek Energy & Power Pvt. Ltd.|
|27.||International Conference on “Advance in computing and Artificial Intelligence-2011||25000/-||Science and Engineering Research Board, New Delhi|
|28.||Industrial Project (Animal Studies)||17500/-||Venus Remedies Ltd.|
|29.||International Conference on “Deregulated Environment and Energy Markets on July 22-23, 2010.||25000/-||Punjab Energy Development Agency|
|30.||International Conference on “Deregulated Environment and Energy Markets on July 22-23, 2010.||30000/-||CSIR Complex, New Delhi.|
|31.||International Conference on “Power Electronics and Energy system on October 26-27, 2012.||25000/-||Punjab Energy Development Agency|
|32.||International Conference on “Power Electronics and Energy system on October 26-27, 2012.||5000/-||Indian Society for Technical Education, New Delhi|
|33.||Project Work:- Mouse Protection test for Etimcin.||17500/-||Clinsync clinical Research Private Limited, Hyderabad.|