Research Forum Seminar – 2013

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Mahatma Education Society conducted one day Research Forum Seminar at PHCET, Pillai HOCL Educational Campus, Rasayani, on 26th April, 2013.

The Research forum was an idea initiated by Dr. Daphne Pillai, Chairperson, MES Management Board.

Date: 26th April, 2013

The Research Forum was inaugurated by lighting the E-lamp by Dr. Priam Pillai, Chief Operating Officer, MES.

The dignitaries who were present at the Research Forum Seminar (Session I) and ME Project Proposal Presentation (Session II) were:

Chief GuestDr. J. W. Bakal, Principal, Jondhale College of Engineering
Guest of HonourDr. Vivek Sunnpawar, Principal, Lokmanya Tilak College of Engineering
ChairpersonDr. Priam Pillai, Chief Operating Officer, MES
Co-ChairpersonDr. R.I.K. Moorthy, Principal, Pillai Institute of Information Technology, Engineering, Media Studies and Research, New Panvel
Chief CoordinatorDr. Chelpa Lingam, Principal, PHCET
Deputy CEODr. Lata Kasturi Menon
Heads of all DepartmentPillai HOCL Educational Campus

The Research Forum was originally envisaged by Dr. Daphne Pillai, Secretary, MES as a forum to give opportunities for the researchers – both students and faculty – of MES Institutions to discuss their research projects and also publish their research work. This forum critically examines various aspects of engineering. The Forum sets itself the task of disseminating factually accurate information in addition to analysis on different aspects in engineering.

The Forum encompasses diverse and interesting topics in the field of Engineering and Engineering Education. In addition to presentations of research papers by faculty and students, the forum provides an opportunity to postgraduate students to present their Masters Project Proposals in front of invited experts. This unique feature has enabled the postgraduate students to get clarity about their project and thus enable them to proceed with the project work timely.

Several projects were on display for all to see and appreciate. Some noteworthy projects were an indigenously designed LCD Projector, e-samay (an electronic pooja lamp) etc.

The forum was a successful event which enriched the research community and motivated others to do more research in different areas in engineering.