Rajdeep and team completed Mechanical 4th yr project through ISHRAE ISPG fund support. 1st team of 4th year mechanical to get any external fund. Hope future batch will take motivation from this and explore such option of external funding of project.
Abir Suvra Sarkar is the winner, Samu Paul is the 1st Runner up and Mir Ahmad Reja is the 2nd Runner up for the IEM Chess League 2018 which was held at Institute of Engineering & Management (IEM) on 5th May 2018.
*ASME FUTURE ME PHOTO CONTEST* was organised by *ASME FUTURE ME*. It was an international photo contest.The procedure to take part in this competition was that the participants had to send a photo which is related to the theme of the photo contest “Engineering is Beautiful”.
Dibyendu Mondal (3rd year ME) and Md. Zaman Khan (3rd year ME) of Institute of Engineering & Management (IEM) won the competition.
Great advocacy of Institute of Engineering & Management (IEM) at pan India level through aQuest 18 performance news as published by ISHRAE in volume 21, March 2018 journal. Approximately 14000 members circulation in the form of hardcopy and 10,000 student members online access to this journal.
Two teams from IEM was in final round and team Riazul & Sagnik walked away as 2nd runner up with aQuest hatrick at national level.
Institute of Engineering & Management (IEM), Kolkata won the BBIT Cricket Championship by defeating GNIT in the Final.
7 teams each having two members from B.tech 1st year of Institute of Engineering & Management (IEM) participated in a mathematics quiz and puzzle solving competition ‘Infinity 2018’ organized by Narendrapur Ramkrishna Mission Residential college. Among them one team consisting of Souvik Dutta and Soumik Nandi from 1st year Section-E became runner-up after the final round competing with other teams from Presidency University, Lady Brabourne college and Narendrapur Ramkrishna Mission Residential college.
Sayudh Ghosh a 4th year Mechanical engineering student of Institute of Engineering & Management (IEM) has got admission to MS in Mechanical engineering with major in materials science (Biomaterials) at Colorado State University with full tuition fee waiver along with a monthly stipend of 1800 dollars. He would be researching on materials used to artificially enhance blood flow rate within the heart under Prof. K. Popat. It would be a continuation of his previous projects done during his undergraduate studies on Mathematical modeling of blood flow characteristics under multiple conditions in an artery having stenosis under Prof. Biswadip Basu Mallik and Prof. Sakti Pada Nanda’s supervision. Sayudh is the first student from Mechanical engineering dept to get a full scholarship for his Master studies in US.