SSDC

1. Students Skill Development Center for Embedded Systems

Students Skill Development Center (SSDC) for Embedded Systems is established by HITAM keeping in view doing engineering rather than just studying engineering. Through this center we enrich Students programming skills, hardware interfacing skills, how to manage projects and how to work in team. The Institute works towards fill the gap between academic world and industry.
SSDC course divided into two phases.

Phase 1: In this phase we train students on Arduino . Sensor like mq2 gas sensor , soil moister , infrared , humidity , temperature , Passive Infrared , proximity , ultrasonic ,touch sensor, sound sensor MEMS , heartbeat , color , rain sensor. Actuators like DC motors, L293D, stepper motors, servo motors, LED, LCD, 7 Segment display, relay , TRIAC, bulb , fan , AC motor . Wireless com-
munication Bluetooth HC05, LORA, Zigbee , RF Tx and Rx, GSM SIM 800, GPS, finger print sensor , DTMF,NRF.

Protocols: Implement I2C, SPI protocols on arduino

Phase 2: In this phase we train students on Node MCU, Raspberry pi 3 B+ and IOT. In this phase we cover introduction to OS and OS internals. How to load kernel image in SD card using API, and how to write programs in python, basics of HTML and PHP. Then we train students on how to create ID in web server and push data to web server like Blynk, think speak via raspberry pi, Node MCU. Raspberry Pi and Node MCU interfacing to several sensors and actuators as mention above.

Note: Phase 1 is in even semester and phase 2 is in odd semester

Students undergo extensive training on above mention platforms and do several projects related to health care, society need, transportation and ease of life. Students get certified by industry at the end of each phase. Frequently Students interacts with industry experts to stay updated on cutting edge technologies.

To bridge the gap between Industry and Academic, we initiated Student Skill Development Centre, Where we try to make students employable as per industry needs. We believe that Skill development is not a goal in itself, it must result in employment. It is important to ensure development of Technical Skills in students; they are strengthened and made credible in the eyes of the industry

1) IN 2019 TOTALLY 52 STUDENTS GOT CERTIFIED BY ELEGANT EMBEDDED SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD ON ARDUINO AND INTERNET OF THINGS(IOT)

2) FOUR FACULTY(VINOD KUMAR AHUJA, UDAY KUMAR, BINDU REDDY, DINESH) CERTIFIED BY ELEGANT EMBEDDED SOLUTION PVT LTD ON ARDUINO AND INTERNET OF THINGS(IOT) AND RASPBERRY PI.

3) STUDENTS RECEIVED 1ST PRIZE FOR THE BEST PROJECT IN THE 24 HOURS HACKATHON ON INTERNET OF THINGS AT HITAM

4) IN 2018 TOTALLY 86 STUDENTS GOT CERTIFIED BY ELEGANT EMBEDDED SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD ON ARDUINO

5) KARTHIK KATTA, DEEPA MANDAL, AMITH RECEIVED RS 5000 CASH AWARD FOR SECURING 3RD POSITION IN NATIONAL LEVEL COMPETITION. TOTALLY 205 DESIGN AND 603 STUDENTS PARTICIPATED.

5) KARTHIK RECEIVE 1ST PRIZE IN DESIGN EXPO CONDUCTED BY ST. PETERS ENGG COLLEGE RECEIVED RS 1500 CASH AWARD

SSG

Objectives of the Practice:
The objective of Student Self Governance is to protect and improve the rights, opportunities, and quality of life of every student at the Institutional level. This approach means that students agree to self-regulate their actions in order to maintain a healthy and safe community. With self-governance, students are responsible and accountable for their choices, words, and actions as individual members of the campus community.

The Context:

Student Self Governance is an initiative take up by the Institution in the year 2012. It is a council of students selected through interview process. The predominant ideology behind establishing SSG is, to enhance one’s leadership skills and enhance learning off class too. SSG plays a significant role in bridging the gap between the governing body and students need. SSG is involved in Management review meetings which thus satisfies the student centric value of the college. Self-governance isn’t for every student find it to be the right fit. But for those who can commit to maintaining a shared set of community values, it can be a great tool for creating a positive campus experience and teaching critical life skills. This practice aims at developing and appointing a team of students on positions equivalent to the actual governing body of the institute which helps them understand the various challenges faced to run an institution on the given day. Students are expected to hold themselves in high esteems inside and outside the classroom. Within the framework of student self-governance, students have the latitude to be creative, assume ownership, develop leadership, take risks, and learn from their mistakes. It facilitates the ideas and recommendations of today’s youth and allows them to transform these ideas into upcoming venture by providing them the necessary resources to execute their well-thought out plans in the future.

EEP

Objectives of the Practice:
To transform the process of facilitating Engineering Education and become pioneer in Engineering Education Practices, HITAM initiated various programs for the faculty to improve teaching and learning in Engineering Education and to follow various innovative pedagogies to improve the quality of teaching and better learning among the students.

HITAM believes in the concept of “begin with end in mind”, when it comes to facilitating engineering education for the current young generation. In line with the belief, Outcomes Based Education (OBE)was added to the agenda of im- portant initiatives which would impact student learning.

  • Professor Sanjay Dhande, Former Director IIT Kanpur
  • Professor Ashok Shettar, Vice Chancellor, KLE Technological University, Hubli
  • Professor Krishna Vedula, Director of Indo Universal Collaboration for Engineering Education Professor
  • William Oakes, Director of Purdue University Professor
  • Dr. Mallikarjun Babu, Former Principal of BMS college of Engineering, Bangalore
  • Professor Gopala Krishna Joshi, Director, CEER, KLE Technological University, Hubli
  • HITAM received “Best transformation Education Institution in India award” for 3 times by Indo Universal Collaboration for Engineering Education, USA.
  • HITAM received “Siksha Bharathi Award” by Indian Achievers forum supported by AICTE HITAM received “Outstanding Leadership award of the world”
  • More than 25 papers were published by HITAM students in International conferences on Engineering
  • 5 faculty were certified from NPTEL, MHRD on “Teaching & Learning Practices”
  • HITAM students successfully launched 2 projects and attempted 17 assignments and achieved “Student Leadership award” in “Engineers without boarders (EWB) student chapter
  • 20 faculty were trained under “Mission 10X program on teaching practices in Engineering” by Wipro company
  • 3 faculty received “Microsoft Educator certificates”
  • 2 faculty are pursuing PhD in “Engineering Education Research”
Why Hitam