The main objective of the Technical Council is to assist the students to have a practical approach to their theoretical knowledge. The Council conducts seminars, workshops, etc. to enhance the knowledge of the students. The Council also binds all the student committees related to their individual branches like BMSA, CSI, ITSA, EESA and ETSA and also increases awareness among the students, about the latest technological developments around the world.
Indian Case Challenge at IIT Kharagpur
Team VSIT ranked 5th in Indian Case Challenge 2018, IIT-Kharagpur. competing against 14 finalists in a competition which saw participation from 350+ teams across the country.
Congratulations to the Team Members :
Akhil Dalvi BSC IT
Saud Mukri BSC IT
Aman Mahato BSC IT
Mehul Waghambare BSC IT
Siddesh Mahadik BMS
Avishkar Research Convention
Another proud moment for VSIT! Two of our T.Y.B.Sc. IT projects have been selected for the University round of Avishkar Research Convention. The Project details are:
1. Automated Vacant Slot Detection for Car Parking by Shahnawaz Khan and Mayuresh Warang
2. Self - Rechargeable Long Range Spy Robot by Dikshita Poojari and Saurabhi Sawant
These students have won the Zonal/District Round of Avishkar Research Convention 2017-18.
Mars Orbiter Mission
The Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM), also called Mangalyaan, is a Mars orbiter launched into Earth orbit on 5 November 2013 by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). It was successfully inserted into Mars orbit on 24 September 2014, making India the first nation to send a satellite into Mars orbit on its first attempt, and the first Asian nation to do so.
The Student Council (2013-2014) to congratulate ISRO and in their honor had put up a flex banner on 26th September, 2014. The interesting part was to provide the students sticky notes where they can pen down their thoughts and put it on the banner. Young thoughts were welcomed.
Students gave a huge response and participated by sharing their feelings on such a proud moment. By the end of the day, the banner was full with all the sticky notes filled with charismatic and intriguing messages. VSIT provided a small but noteworthy acknowledgement to Indian space history of successfully placing its low-cost Mars Orbiter Mission spacecraft 'Mangalyaan' in orbit around the Red Planet in its very first attempt, catapulting the country into an elite club of three nations.