Project Exhibition of 15 Batch Electronics

16/10/2018 - 12:21pm

Department of Electronics Engineering, while maintaining its tradition of organizing student centric and learning oriented events, organized an annual event for the 7th consecutive time, Final Year Project Exhibition for 15 batch students.  These kind of competitive events -for which usually the department remains in the limelight, are only aimed at students so as to   provide them a platform to exhibit their technical project designing and programming skills and to inculcate among them the spirit of a competitive environment. In this context, the department of Electronic Engineering Mehran University Jamshoro organized Final Year Project Exhibition on 10th October 2018.


The main theme of the event was to provide the students of 15ES with an opportunity to showcase their talent, skills and creative ideas through their project design. This event not only enabled 15ES students to bring forward their potential in the form of quality work on technical projects but it also provided an opportunity to other batches of the department especially the one that is currently in their final year of study to get new ideas and thoughts regarding final year project design and to learn the methods and complexities involved in the work of designing projects.

Apart from showcasing the FYPs, a booklet comprising concise details of the project was also distributed among various students for a ready reference.                

The guest of honour for this exhibition was Prof. Dr. Bhawani Shankar Chowdhry, DEAN Faculty of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering, He, along with Prof. Dr. Wajiha Shah, Chairperson Department of Electronic Engineering and other faculty members visited the exhibition, appreciated the hard work put in by students, cherished their valued participation and gave them some useful suggestions on how electronic projects be improved such that they live up to the current market trends for future enhancement.  While interacting with the participants, Head of the department, Prof. Dr.Wajiha Shah emphasized that acquiring degree should not be the only purpose of students rather they should be technically sound and competent, and they should also develop ‘soft skills’ among themselves. She was of the view that by arranging such type of competitions, students get a chance to portray and share their unique, imaginative and creative ideas.   

A good number of students comprising of almost 20 groups participated in the exhibition.    Special arrangements were made to showcase the projects in Digital Electronics & Microprocessors Lab and Communication systems Lab.

Dr. Bhawani Shankar Chowdhry and Dr. Wajiha Shah were the chief coordinators of this Exhibition. The event was organized by Faculty members of Dept of Electronic Engineering,   Engr. Mansoor Ali, Engr. Kamran Kazi, Engr.. Aamir Ali Patoli and Engr. Shoaib Hassan Khaskheli,  .  

It is pertinent to note here that a highly distinguished team of evaluators comprising of Dr. Shahid Mirza, Managing Director (MD) Saztel Communication and Electronics, and Prof. Dr Muhammad Aamir, Professor, Sir Syed University University of Enginnering & Technology Karachi, evaluated the projects.

It is a matter of great pleasure and pride for the department and the University that students, through their diligence and hard work applied for research funding of their projects and remained successful.  Successfully winning a research grant authenticates, in itself, the vitality and importance off their research work. Following are some of the highlights.  

Among those students, a project titled “Blood Sample Analysis using Image Processing”, and “Assessment Tool Development for Visually Impaired” participated and won research funding through “Research Incubation in Public Sector Universities”, a collaboration of Sindh Government and IEC-MUET. The students of Assessment tool development project thus completed a goal from vision 2025 .

Apart from that, following four Final Year Project (FYP) groups secured a research grant through National Grassroots ICT Research Initiative (IGNITE)

1. Green Crop Monitoring by Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)

2. Power Charging Vehicles at your Door step via single click of Phone

3. Implementation of Hand gesture Recognition System in FPGAs.

4. Snake Robot

Report compiled by: Engr. Mansoor Ali