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SRMS CET, Bareilly
SRMS CETR, Bareilly

SRMS CET, Bareilly

Faculty Coordinators
  • Mr. Santosh Khare – Asst. Professor, EN Department
  • Mr. Abhishek Dixit – Asst. Professor, IT Department
  • Mr. Aman Agarwal – Asst. Professor, EC Department
  • Mr. Nishant Sharan – Asst. Professor, EC Department
  • Mr. Amit Dixit – Asst. Professor, ME Department

Students Members
  • Mr. Manoj Yadav (EC-14)
  • Mr. Rahul Singh (ME-14)
  • Mr. Abhishek Kumar Singh (CS-14)

Current Institutional Projects (2016-17)

Under Rural Technology Action Groups (RuTAG)

Project TeamMr. Gaurang Deep (Asst Prof., ME), Mr. Amir Hussain Idrisi (Asst Prof., ME)
AbstractBael is a medicinal fruit and bael murabba is fast gaining popularity amongst health enthusiasts. For making Bael murabba, raw fruit is cut into slices, typically 2.5cm thick. These slices are peeled and de-seeded. There are problems such as slow process and hazards. A Bael cutting machine can solve the problem. The machine will be able to cut the slices of 2.5cm thickness and it will be operated manually. It will save time of the workers and there will be no hazard involved.

Project TeamMr. Vijay Kumar Sharma (Asst Prof., ME), Mr. Ashwani kumar Chauhan(Asst Prof., ME)
AbstractManjha ( Kite String ) industry is a major industry of Bareilly district. The traditional game of kite flying or fighting has been a major game of the region so the 200 year old domestic business of Manjha exits here. Manjha is a substance made from glass that coats a kite’s string to make it sharp and strong. But now-a-days they are facing problems like Unethical Competition with Chinese synthetic nylon Manjha, health hazards and Migration. Study of the problem has given direction that a Glass Crusher machine can be used by them and it will help to make good quality Manjha. By it the glass will be crushed without health hazards.

Project TeamDr. Lalit Singh(Asst Prof., B.Pharma), Mr. Shailendra Kr. Verma (Asst Prof., B.Pharma)
AbstractMango, the king of fruits has been grown in abundance in the Bareilly cluster. There is mango belt here. Mango bagh are decreasing day by day over less productivity. The problems are sudden ripening and non refrigeration of fruit, owners do net get actual cost and slow process of pulp separator. Development of solar operated Mango peeling machine, Pulp squeezer, pulp boiler and Medium volume container packer will solve the problem stated above. With these devices the mangoes can be peeled, boiled and packed there within Mango orchard which will reduce transportation cost as well as wastage of whole fruit. It will encourage the mango plantation.

Project TeamMr. Amit Dixit (Asst Prof., ME), Mr. Himanshu Khulve (Asst Prof., ME)
AbstractLegs calipers or braces are required by people whose legs are not able to sustain the body weight. Such type of callipers has a problem of not allowing the person to bend the legs by more than 90 degrees. Imported calipers that are lighter in weight and can bend are very costly. So to improve the joint design so that it is able to turn upto 130 degree.


CURRENT STUDENTS’ PROJECTS (2017-18)


Project TeamShivani Kumari, Aparna Shukla,Apoorva Nayal,Shubham Deep Gupta,Bandana,Kritika Joshi
AbstractThis Great Inspiring program of Smart India Hackathon 2017 been conducted by AICTE under the 29 ministries on INDIA. Our team TexTechTon comprising of 6 members

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SRMS CETR, Bareilly


Faculty Coordinators
  • Mr. K. K. Agarwal – Asst. Professor, Basic Science Department
  • Mr. Mohit Pant- Asst. Professor, EE Department
  • Mr. Sumit Saxena – Asst. Professor, Basic Science Department

Students Members
  • Ms Samama Kamal
  • Ms Mani Shukla
  • Ms Oshian Kandpal

Current Institutional projects (2016-17)

Under Rural Technology Action Groups (RuTAG)

Project TeamMs. Prite Verma (Ass. Prof. ECE), Ms. Shiva Jaiswal(Ass. Prof. ECE), Mr. Sumit Gupta(Asst. Prof. ECE). SRMS CETR,Bareilly.
AbstractSolar tree is a perfect solution for our future energy needs.A solar tree is nothing but an artificial tree with photo-voltaic cells arranged in Fibonacci series manner in place of leaves.

The advantage of designing this solar tree is that the solar panels will be arranged in fibonacci series manner and can produce 20% more electricity than flat panel model.The power generated by this solar tree can be used for running electrical appliances such as tubelights,fans etc. in labs of the department.

Project TeamMr. Vikas Dev Singh (Astt. Prof., Basic Science Deptt., SRMS CETR, Bareilly), Mr. Mohit Pant(Astt. Prof., Electrical Engineering Deptt., SRMS CETR, Bareilly.)

AbstractBureau of Indian Standards, during the formation of National Lighting Code (NLC), 2010 reported that 17 percent of the total electrical energy consumption in India is due to the lighting equipment used for indoor as well as outdoor lighting. Lighting is done for the purpose of suitable visibility and aesthetics. Lighting has been taken for granted without putting any serious thought on energy conservation, reliability etc. In most public indoor areas and offices, the artificial lights are usedduring the day time, but most of the time the amount of additional lightintensity needed is very less. By switching on the lights the light consumed its rated amount of power. For example, at 10 o’clock in the morning,rooms with windows will be bright and might only need aslight amount of additional light. To obtain the required amount of additional light intensity, for maintaining the sufficient level of visibility, the artificial lights are switched ON and the lights start consuming its rated power.

Although there are initiatives from government for awareness regarding electricity conservation and guidelines for effective use of daylight for indoor lighting purpose, the regular practice is still using the available artificial lights during day time without even thinking of the electrical power consumed by those artificial lights.

This has motivate us to identify that in what amount sunlight is available in indoor areas. By identification of available sunlight during daytime, we will be able to analyze that how artificial light is required to maintained the visibility in indoor areas. Later we will attempt to develop a system which will work on optimum utilization of available sunlight as well as artificial lights in tandem.

Current Students’ projects (2016-17)

Project TeamRiya Singh (EE final year), Somya Paliwal (EE final year)
AbstractThis project is designed to control home appliances automatically for energy saving purpose. Home automation is an integral part of modern lives that help to monitor and control the home electrical devices as well as other aspects of the digital home that is expected to be the standard for the future home.

It is a great application of the PLC in daily life. As in daily routine we normally forget or do not care to switch off the electrical devices at our homes or offices i.e. fans, tubes, bulbs etc when we leave the room. Every device has particular power ratings according to which it consumes electricity, and the working of these devices without any use will lead to wastage of power and ultimately leads to the high electricity bills.

This project can be used to avoid this problem. In this project every room will be monitored by a PLC, which will keep the record of the number of persons in every room and when it finds the no of persons in a room to be zero then it automatically cut the power line for that room. This allows you to make your house an active partner in managing your busy life.

Nowadays, you can hardly find a house without a home automation system which can range from the remote for the television, burglar alarm and hi-tech security gates, to an automated air conditioning system that maintains the temperature at a predefined value.

Project TeamAstha Tewari (CS Final Year), Garima Singh (CS Final Year), Tripti Tripathi (CS Final Year), Vanshika Shukla (CS Final Year)
AbstractThe aim of this project is to build a “Location Identification System” which is an application that uses the Global Positioning System (GPS) to determine the precise location of the employee of an organisation.
The admin needs to enter the mobile details of the employee and the result will be the location of the employee within the organization whose mobile is being tracked using Global Positioning System(GPS).

Using the Location Identification System it is possible to evaluate the efficient working of the organization by tracking the movement of employees inside or outside the organization.

Project TeamPrateeksha Goyal (CS Final Year), Priya Bhandari (CS Final Year), Radhika Khandelwal (CS Final Year)
AbstractTracking system is nowadays the most important system for the person who want their vehicle security in efficient hands this is the main reason why the vehicle tracking system are getting popular day by day not only in metropolitan areas but also in small cities. This system is completely integrated and it becomes possible to the user to track his vehicle very easily at any time and from anywhere. As the vehicle theft is increasing day by day but due to this people can’t avoid buying vehicles but they found an efficient way to keep an eye on their vehicle without being very close to them. These systems can keep a good control on the thefts and help avoiding them to some extent. Basically in all these system the GPS & GSM are used to track the vehicle. Using this system the user can determine where the vehicle is. The user is able to access the position of his vehicle at any instant of time. This system is reliable any very secure. Upgrading this setup is very easy which makes it open to future requirements without the need of rebuilding everything from scratch, which also makes it more efficient.

Project TeamAvlokita Saxena (EC-2013), Vishakha (EC-2013), Pallavi (EC-2013)
AbstractThe accumulation of waste has become a problem in urban city dumps. There are different kinds of waste that affect our environment. To prevent accumulation of garbage which cannot flow effectively and efficiently, for example plastic and metallic waste, in the rivers & ponds a robotic system will be developed for collection of garbage from rivers and ponds.

Project Team:

Students (III Year)

  • Mr. Manoj Yadav (EC-14)
  • Mr. Amir Hussain (EC-14)
  • Mr. Rahul Singh (ME-14)

Abstract : For the past few years the motorcycle sales in india have been growing at faster rates and recently surpassed one million vehicles a month mark. Due to this increases of motorcycle, petrol consumption and emission rate increases day by day. SMART BIKE would be the best fit. By using the SMART BIKE we have the ability to charge automatically so there is no need to pluge in wall charger. Moreover it will take 10 % fuel w.r.t. ordinary engine bike. It will give high speed like ordinary engine bike and have ability to cover the long distance.

Project Team:

Students (CS- III Year)

  • Mr. Abhishek Kumar Singh
  • Mr. Pradeep Kumar

Abstract : Many unfortunate incidents have been taking place in individual’s life. Problem may come from any direction such as person walking on the road after the work, going to super market or many other reasons for which they go alone. People at home are not sure of their return safely.

There are no mobile applications for the person’s safety, if the person is in danger the people have to make a call to his friends or relatives and have to be explaining the position and problem and generally we do not know the primary steps which should be taken. In order to overcome such problems faced by the general people, here presents a Hope (common security and service providing app) android based mobile application. This is small step through which we can serve mankind by providing them security and confidence.



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Horizon-2012- A Business Plan Competition20th and 21st Nov 2012Faculty of Management Science of SRMS College of Engineering & Technology, Bareilly is organizing its Two Day annual Business Plan Competition Horizon -2012. This competition is oraginsed by the Center for Innovation and Enterpreneurship Development of this college. It is a graceful and unique competition, where the participants can prove their business acumen82 participants
INDIPRENEUR ‘2016 The Business Plan CompetitionOctober5, 2016 (Wednesday) Finals Round October 22, 2016 (Saturday)SRMS-CET aims to bring together the brightest of minds to compete, collaborate and connect. Serving this purpose we intend to organize an inter-college competition “INDIPRENEUR’2016- the Business Plan Competition” that brings to students the best platform to test the business acumen. This Inter- College competition offers to student an unparalleled opportunity to put forth new ideas and receive guidance as you launch a new venture(64 teams) 192 participants
Live project BL Agro20th October 2016Identification of Market Share.Sample size = 280