Students achievement

Ms. Meghana S. Damle

Students’ achievement in ‘International Model United Nations’

Ms. Meghana S. Damle, a student of 4th year B.E in Environmental Engineering participated and won third place in the International Model United Nations (IMUN), as a part of United Nations Development Program (UNDP) committee, which took place in Jakarta, Indonesia in the month of June 2022.

The UNDP committee, discussed pressing topics like the “Development and Implementation of Climate Resilient Infrastructure” and “No Poverty and Zero Hunger”, for three days, and successfully passed two draft resolutions on the same topics. There were close to 150 participants from over 15 different countries who participated in the conference, which took place from 16th of 18th of June 2022. A simulation of what happens in the United Nations, this IMUN conference consisted of 4 committees – United Nations Development Program, United Nations Children’s Education Fund, United Nations Women and World Health Organization.  This conference also gave an opportunity to all the participants to interact and learn from the United Nation delegates belonging to various committees to United Nations Environment Problem, UN Women, WHO from various countries like Sweden, Poland, Indonesia, Sri Lanka etc., who have worked with the international community to frame policies to achieve the sustainable development goals.

SAE – Aerodesign 21-22

SAE – Aerodesign 21-22

SAE Aerodesign 21-22 was scheduled from 20th to 22nd May, 2022 at USA. Two students of the Department of Mechanical Engineering by name Sri Satwik Mishra and Sri Shawaiz Akhter   accompanied by Dr. S Gayathri, Professor, Department of Electronics and Communication have attended the event and have secured 4th place in the competition. The faculty mentors for the project were Sri M S Abhinandan and Dr. Y C Arun of the Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Top 5 institutions

Standings University Country Presentation Scored
1 Warsaw University of Technology Poland 48.1167
2 Wroclaw University of Technology Poland 48.1000
3 Georgia Institute of Technology United States 47.5800
4 JSS Science and Technology University India 46.9500
5 Dwarkadas J Sanghvi College of Engineering India 45.1500

‘AeroJC Club’ of the Department of Mechanical Engineering is a Collegiate Aero-modelling Club, which has been competing in several National and International Competitions every year from the past 6 years under the platform of PACE (Partners for the Advancement of Collaborative Engineering Education) programme of our institution. PACE – Global Annual Forum:- An International event organized each year involving PACE institutions across the globe for showcasing innovative challenges by the students and faculty as a part of PACE PLM activity (Product Lifecycle Management) of SJCE. SJCE has actively participated in all PACE forums which was held in different parts of the world and have won accolades.

MEDHA 2022

Achievement of students in MEDHA 2022

MEDHA 2022, Medical Device Hackathon organized by BETIC – Biomedical Engineering and Technology innovation center, IIT Bombay with JSS AHER Mysuru, DMIMS Wardha, GHRCE Nagpur, KJSCE Mumbai, MMTL MIT Aurangabad, IIT Jodhpur TISC from 14 to 28 May, 2022. Sri Sanjay S Tippannavar and Sri Ragavendra G students of the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering of the University participated in the competition in the comprising of Dr. Meenakshi of JSS Dental College, and Sagar Gurumurthy of JSS Pharmacy College Mysuru and won the MEDHA 2022 competition.

The hackathon got off to a good start with the formation of a team of medical and engineering students. In the duration of 14 days each team had to finalize their problem statements and demonstrate the proof of concept by creating a product prototype. Our students and their teammates advanced to the final round after selecting “Smart Chair to detect slouching posture” as their problem statement in Stage 1. In the final round, our students competed alongside students from around the country and received the ‘Ergonomic Design award’ and the ‘Elderly Care award’ for exhibiting selfless teamwork and problem solving. Marathwada Medtech Lab, Aurangabad management has provided the Rapid prototyping Service coupon worth Rs.5000 to all the winning teams at MEDHA 2022.

Best project Award

Best project Award – KSCST

Ms. Shravana S Narasannavar, a student of M. Tech. in Environmental Engineering, under the guidance of Dr. Pushpa Tuppad, Associate Professor, Environmental Engineering bagged ‘Best Project of the Year-2022’ for the Project entitled “Bio-degradation of plastic using greater Wax Moth (Galleria mellonella)” under Environmental Engineering category by KSCST in the 45th Student Project Programme State Level Exhibition held at VTU, Belagavi during August 2022.

IDEEA 2022

IDEEA 2022 awards

IDEEA – International Design and Engineering Education Association, IDEEA is a non-profit organization of institutions. More than 20 universities worldwide team up to create a unique educational experience for engineering and design students. Following the long and successful tradition of PACE (Partners for the Advancement of Collaborative Engineering Education), IDEEA hosts annual forums to provide a platform for academia, students and industry to meet, exchange ideas, foster collaboration and make new friendships. Scientific presentations on cutting edge research and education build an essential part of the “IDEEA Forum”.

Each year the Forum takes place at a different member institution.  IDEEA presentations were conducted in online mode and in 2022 forum presentations was held at The Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education at Puebla, Mexico and in online mode between  1st to August 4th 2022.

IDEEA theme for the year 2022- “African Farming Mobility Project”: Students of Department of Industrial and Production Engineering & Mechanical Engineering participated in competition organized by International Design and Engineering Education Association (IDEEA) in four teams and won prizes such as Best Design 2nd place, Best Collaboration Award, Best Engineering 1st & 2nd prize, Best product 1st & 3rd prize

Tech – Avishakar

Tech – Avishakar 24 hour Hackathon

Tech – Avishakar 24 hour Hackathon, organized by IEEE Mysuru Subsection, co-organized and hosted by ATME College of Engineering, on the occasion of IEEE Mysore Subsection Foundation Day.

Tech Avishkar was inaugurated by Dr. Elangovan Kariappan, Assitant Innovation Director, Innovation Cell, AICTE, New Delhi and Dr. Sudhan Mahji, Associate Professor, IISc, Banglore. The hackathon got off to a good start with the formation of a team of 4 members from all professional fields, engineering students and from other degrees as well. The hackathon lasted for 30 hours from 21st December 9:30AM to 22nd December 2022 till 2:00 PM, during which each team had to finalize their problem statements and demonstrate the proof of concept by creating a product prototype. There were 50 teams covering almost all districts of Karnataka, accounting up to 200 participants with team of 4 members in a group. Our students and their teammates advanced to the final round after selecting – IoT enabled Smart Cities as their theme and “Smart Automobile – One Stop for all automotive needs” as their problem statement in Stage 1 evaluation. The hackathon had 4 series of evaluations in which all teams had to present the work completed at different stages and get it evaluated to proceed further. Prof. Yashwanth S D and Dr. Gayathri S mentored both the teams – AGASTHYA and ARJUNA with the idealization and finalization of work.  In the final round, our students competed alongside students from around the state and won the first place (1st) in the Hardware category and received ₹5000 Cash prize for exhibiting selfless teamwork and problem solving skills.

Sanjay S Tippannavar, Raghavendra G, Shreya M, D. Rishi Venkat Sai of SJCE, JSS STU, Department of ECE were among the team members who competed in the final round and won.

Students’ achievements in Cultural events

TEAM NAADA

VELOCITY AND GRAVITY

TEAM BALAGA

Sammscrithi – 22

The annual Intercollegiate Cultural, Literary and Sports fest of Mysore Medical College & Research Institute (MMC&RI), Sammscrithi – 22, was held on November 4th, 5th and 6th of 2022 at JK Grounds, Mysuru.

The Cultural Team of JSS STU, took place in various events conducted in the fest, and have won numerous prizes, bringing glory and recognition to the institution.

The Music Club – ‘Naada’, participated in Nadataranga – the Group Song competition, and emerged as Runners Up. Students from Naada also won prizes in various individual categories such as Singing Competition and Instrumentals category.

The Dance teams ‘Velocity’ and ‘Gravity’, jointly performed in the Group Dance competition and crowned runners up. ‘Balaga’ the official drama club of the instituiton, took part in the Drama Competition, and put up a marvellous performance, and emerged as the glorious ‘Winners’. The play familiarized with sexual assault and its aftermath on victims, highlighting society’s role in disclosure. A reflection of the creation and escalation of shame by the social constructs that surrounds gender roles.

STUDENTS’ TEAM AT BMCRI

Cobalt Skies – 22

The annual fest of BMCRI (Bangalore Medical College & Research Institute), Cobalt Skies ’22, was held on 10th, 11th and 12th of November 2022, in the campus premises. The Cultural Team of JSS STU took place in various events conducted in the fest and have won numerous prizes, bringing glory and recognition to the institution.

The drama club of the college, ‘Balaga’, took part in the Street Play competition. They emerged victorious as the ‘Winners’ amongst seven other reputed teams present, adding yet another feather to its cap of triumph.

‘Velocity and Gravity’, the Dance Clubs of the college, jointly participated in the western group dance competition, ‘Bop Till You Drop’, and received immense appreciation for their energetic performance.

Team ‘PhotoOn’ also accompanied the team and captured all the wonderful moments.