Techno India NJR Conducts 3 days National Level Workshop on AI & Deep Learning in collaboration with NVIDIA


A three days National Level Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning was inaugurated at Techno India NJR Institute of Technology, Udaipur on 8th March 2019. This workshop is being held in collaboration with NVIDIA and Bennett University under the nationwide initiative on Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning skilling and research. The speakers for the workshop were Dr. Suneet Kumar Gupta from Bennett University and Mr. Mrudang Pandya from Charusat University. On the first two days of the workshop, theory and concepts of Machine Learning, Convolutional Neural Networks, Recurrent Neural Network, and Deep Learning Hacks will be covered. On the third day, NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute will provide hands-on training for developers, data scientists, and researcher looking to solve challenging problems with Deep Learning. The workshop was inaugurated by Prof. Rajeev Gupta, Pro VC of Rajasthan Technical University Kota. The participants for the workshop included students, college and school faculties along with Professionals from Industry.


Travels from Paris to Udaipur to Learn Mewari: The ‘Nao’ Robot

Travels from Paris to Udaipur to Learn Mewari:

The ‘Nao’ Robot

NAO robot in Techno India NJR

Traveling all the way from Paris in France, a humanoid (Human-like Robot) reaches Techno NJR campus on 23rd April 2017. Named ‘NAO’, the humanoid was welcomed in a traditional manner by Techno NJR students. 100 CS/IT students of Techno NJR College will do programming for the next 3 months to make ‘Nao’ useful for various activities of Udaipur.

The robot already knows about 19 languages and is going to learn Hindi and Mewari Language by the means of programming. It is a ‘one-of–a-kind’ robot in the state. Nao reached the Dainik Bhaskar office on Wednesday 26th April 2017. In his words, he can cook, knead, drive a car, can shop online from websites like Amazon, can sing, etc.

How does Nao work?

As informed by the Director of Techno India NJR Institute, Mr. R S Vyas this is the fifth edition of a humanoid. This robot can provide any kind of information. The height of Nao Robot is 58 cms. 10 thousand Nao robots have been sold in the whole world. This robot works on special programming which identifies voice and does the required action, providing requisite answers. The humanoid gets active over a connection with Wi-Fi.

How does it give answers?

It has 7 artificial senses for talking. Apart from these, it has 4 microphones and loudspeakers to understand sentences and answer them.

A new teacher for the students!

It shall give information about cloud computing, data analytics, about the internet, artificial intelligence etc., which shall be a boon for the college students. The director of Techno NJR, Mr. Vyas has told the media that they have tied up with IBM and a new lab will be constructed in the college for the programming of NAO.

He can also work as:

  1. Middle management; can work on excel sheet.
  2. Commodity/salesman/supply duties can be achieved by him.
  3. It can give information about products.
  4. It can work as a reporter, journalist, writer, and announcer.
  5. It can work as an accountant for data processing.
  6. After programming, it can take the roles from being a receptionist to a superintendent, even a great guide too.

This can prove to be very beneficial for the students who wish to learn and explore the realms of the technology world. Such advancements opportunities provided to the students can ascertain great assistance in the learning process.


Three Day National Seminar IPMC 2011 began yesterday

The 27th National Convention of Electronics and Communication Engineers and National Seminar on IP Multimedia Communications (NC-IPMC) 2011 began yesterday at the Institution of Engineers (India) centre at Sec. 11, Udaipur. This is being organized by the Institution of Engineers (India), under the aegis of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering Division Board in association with College of Technology and Engineering (CTAE), Techno India NJR Institute of Technology, Special Interest Groups-Wireless Networks (SIG-WN) and e-Agriculture, Computer Society of India (CSI), and with academic collaboration with the International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA), Foundation of Computer Science, New York (USA) from 14th-16th Oct 2011.

In the inaugural ceremony of the conference, the welcome address was given by Dr. Y.C. Bhatt, where he welcomed all the eminent guests for their gracious presence at the IPMC-2011. Then, Dr. Dharm Singh informed about the National Convention.  He told that in total 91 papers were received for consideration and after reviews, 35 papers have been selected for the presentation in the conference. The presented papers will also be published with ICJA, USA.

Next to it, the guests of honor, as well as presiding chairman gave their thoughts about the importance of the conference, and role of student phase throughout one’s life. Later, Mr. P.N. Goswami gave a motivational speech, sharing his life experiences. After that, Prof. S.K. Mitra Memorial Lecture was given by Prof O.P.N. Calla. He emphasized on the use of microwaves, and explained its wide applications in many fields such as communication, industrial, medical, remote sensing, etc. Vote of thanks was given by Er. Syed Irshad Ali, later followed by sessions of paper presentations.

Given below is a glimpse of the event that took place yesterday. the conference will be continuing for 15th as well as 16th of October too.