Dream for every engineer is to create something of his own. Team Enigma the collegiate automotive club of PESIT South Campus, engineering college at Electronic City, built three cars this year. One was an ATV (All-Terrain Vehicle), Hybrid car (runs on electricity and fuel) and a GO KART to represent PESIT-BSC at various National events.
The mega event organized by PESIT South Campus saw students from various universities and colleges putting their talent to work. They competed in a diverse range of activities that tested their creative skills, intellectual potential and technical abilities in a lively setting. 32 contests in 8 domains had the participants put in their best efforts who learnt to apply their skills in a competitive setting, overcome unexpected challenges and constantly improve their performance.
Wishing graduating students, a bright career ahead
AT-Home 2017 turned out to be a gala event for wishing a bright professional career ahead to the graduating students of BE, MTech, MCA and MBA programs at PESIT Bangalore South Campus. Each department announced the best out-going student.
Rohit of PESIT Bangalore South Campus finished second in the prestigious Boeing National Aeromodelling Festival organised by IIT Kanpur on March 20, 21.
Rohit was representing Team Avions. According to Team Avions mentor Dr SV Satish Rohit was at 5th position in virtual round which constitutes of design and fabrication of the Un-Manned Aircraft (UAV) out of 300 participating colleges including IITs. Later, during aerobatics round, Rohit gave a tough competition to all other teams and finished at 2nd position Overall. The PESIT management, staff and students are extremely happy with Rohit’s achievement. Rohit is in his first year of mechanical engineering.
The team Avions constituting 45 members had qualified in virtual round in SAE Bangalore and SAE Chennai events. The team will now participate in the aerobatic round scheduled for April 2017.
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Spraying pesticides, surveillance or monitoring the arboreal environment can put life of tree climbers at great risk. We take great pride in the efforts of our students in devising an innovative solution in the form of a robot that can climb coconut trees in less than five minutes carrying a payload. The robot can perform a wide range of functions by connecting suitable attachments. The portability of the robot adds to the convenience in usage.
Project Mela 2016 showcased more than 160 projects successfully completed by students of PESIT, Bangalore South campus on April 22, 2016. The projects were undertaken during the year by students of Computer Science, Electronics and Mechanical Engineering branches. For students of the institution, learning is also about applying engineering knowledge to solve real world challenges.
Team Avions – Aeromodelling Club of PESIT South Campus secures 2nd position in GLIDER DESIGN CHALLENGE at Tryst 2016 – Technical Fest, IIT Delhi.
TEAM STELIOS from PESIT South Campus finishes 2nd in Acceleration and an impressive 5th Overall
Imperial Society of Innovative Engineers picks STELIOS HVC car for Press Conference and Welcome event at RMS Circuit, Bhopal.