THE SPORTS AWARDS 2016 – The annual award ceremony honoring remarkable individuals from sports along with the greatest sporting achievements throughout the year was organized by Department of Physical Education & Sports on Thursday, April 7.
DCPECS 2016, the national workshop on Digital Controller for Power Electronic Converters and Systems was held on the PES University campus from April 11 to 14, 2016.
The PISAT nanosatellite is ready for space launch in July 2016. PES University spearheaded the design, development, fabrication and testing functions for the nanosatellite. After stringent performance and quality tests by expert committee, the nanosatellite was formally handed over to ISRO at a function on the campus attended by top officials from the government and ISRO on April 20, 2016.
Come July, a nanosatellite that hundreds of students of PES University have worked on for over five years will be launched.
PISAT — a close homonym to PESIT, but “actually named after the mathematical constant pi” — will be propelled into space by the Indian Space Research Organisation.
The students are excited, while their mentors are busy ensuring that nothing goes wrong when the satellite is revolving around earth — at a distance between 680 and 720 km.
The labs that house the electronic devices to control and orient the satellite are abuzz with activity, as the day for the payload to take off approaches.
PES students have a long list of amazing achievements to showcase to the campus community. Here are three students we picked for this week:
PESIMSR Postgraduate Medical Student Dr. Mamatha Paleti (MS-OBG 2010-11 Batch) has been awarded with “Mrs. Alladi Memorial Medal” as THE BEST CANDIDATE IN MS(OBG) STATE WIDE, at NTRUHS Convocation held on March 30, 2016.
Glimpses from the event: SAMARPANA RUN 2016 – RUN WITH THE JAWANS
SAMARPANA RUN 2016 – RUN WITH THE JAWANS was organised by PESU Students on Sunday, 20 March 2016.
Situated in PES University’s rich and intense educational environment, the program emphasizes the interconnected relationship between architectural design, building technology, computation, history, theory and criticism of architecture and art.