12 Techno NJR Faculties Certified NPTEL Certification in their respective field

Not only students but Faculties also do a certification at Techno India NJR in their respective fields through well-known organizations like NPTEL, Udacity.



Faculties along with their departments, badges, and Certifications:

  • Nitin Kothari (ECE) – Gold Badge, Introduction to the Internet of Things
  • Nishant Sharma (CE) – Gold Badge, Soil Mechanics / Geotechnical Engineering 1
  • Jitendra Choubisa (CE) – Gold Badge, Introduction to Remote Sensing
  • Kiran Acharya (CSE) – Silver Badge, Cloud Computing
  • Yogendra Solanki (ECE) – Silver Badge, Embedded System Design using ARM
  • Paras Kothari (CSE) – Silver Badge, Problem Solving Through Programming in C
  • Vishnu Agarwal (ME) – Silver Badge, Steam & Gas Power Systems
  • Vivek Jain (ECE) – Silver Badge, Microprocessors & Microcontrollers
  • Sangeeta Choudhary (CE) – Geotechnical Engineering 2, Foundation Engineering
  • Sangeeta Choudhary (CE) – Soil Mechanics / Geotechnical Engineering 1
  • Vishnu Agarwal (ME) – Thermodynamics
  • Rakesh Yadav (CE) – Subsurface Exploration: Importance & Techniques Involved

About NPTEL:

The National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) was initiated by seven Indian Institutes of Technology (Bombay, Delhi, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras, Guwahati and Roorkee) along with the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore in 2003. Five core disciplines were identified, namely, civil engineering, computer science and engineering, electrical engineering, electronics and communication engineering and mechanical engineering and 235 courses in web/video format were developed in this phase. The main goal of NPTEL Phase II (2009-14) was to build on the engineering and core science courses launched previously in NPTEL Phase I. An additional 600 web and video courses were created in all major branches of engineering, physical sciences at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels and management courses at the postgraduate level. Several improvements such as indexing of all video and web courses and keyword search were implemented.


Techno NJR students performed Flash Mob for Awareness about General Elections 2019

Techno India NJR Students have been actively participating in various social activities for welfare and awareness among the community. This time, the students of Techno NJR performed a Flash Mob at Fateh Sagar Paal and Celebration Mall on the evening of 7th April 2019 to make public aware about General Election 2019 which will be held in Rajasthan on 28th April. The event was presented by the Techno NJR students in collaboration with Election Commission of India, Udaipur along with Nagar Nigam Udaipur,  for making people aware about the elections and to encourage them to cast their vote which is their constitutional right. The large crowd which gathered at both the places also took the oath to vote and promote voting. A team of 31 Techno NJR Students from a first and second year performed the Flash Mob:

Akhilesh Joshi, Anam Quazi, Ann Mary Thomas, Ashi Kothari, Bhavesh Verma, Bhavini Mittal, Chirag Jain, Damor Mohit, Devyani Gupta, Gargi Sharma, Gazala Patwala, Hardi Jain, Harshita Mehta, Ishika Jain, Jinisha Jain, Kavish Lodha, Laxmi Panwar, Mahima Kothari, Nupur Thakur, Pranjal Jain, Rahul Choudhary, Ritu Sen, Sakshi Madrecha, Sejal Jain, Shaurya Bhansali, Shivangi Dharmawat, Surbhi Singh, Vidushi Dhakad, Yash Joshi and Yash Porwal.

The Flash Mob was choreographed  Jitendra Verma and managed by Gaurav Kumawat. Overall  Coordination of the event was done by Shri Puneet Sharma on behalf of Election Commission.



British Council and AICTE invite Dr. Pankaj Porwal to UK for Leadership Development Program

Dr. Pankaj Porwal, Principal Techno India NJR Institute of Technology will be part of 10
member team selected by the British Council and AICTE for 5 days visit of Dudley College, the UK.

Under the United Kingdom and India Education Research Initiative (UKIERI) Leadership
Development Program. This visit is a culmination of four leadership development workshops organized in various parts of India in 2017-18 for 100 principals from various private and government engineering colleges. Selection of 10 members was based on the level of participation in the workshops and the impact that the participants had in their institutions.

The aim of this program is to develop advanced leadership and management skills and laying the foundation for long term sustainability within the participating institutions. The visit is tentatively scheduled in 1 st week of April.

This is a new feather in the cap of Dr. Pankaj Porwal, who is a graduate of IIT Bombay and
Ph.D. from Cornell University (USA) and had served at IIT Bombay as Assistant Professor.
He has been leading Techno India NJR as principal for last 9 years.


Techno NJR student Invited for Google I/O 2018

Techno NJR student Invited for Google I/O 2018

It is a matter of pride that Udaipur Boy Akshay Nandwana studying B.Tech in Computer Science & Engineering at Techno NJR Institute of Technology has been invited by Google to attend their annual Developers meet .

Akshay Nandwana


Google I/O is an annual event of Google started in 2008. This year’s I/O will be held at Shoreline Amphitheatre situated in Google headquarter in Mount View , California where 5000 developers  all over the world will meet to know about latest launch of Google.  Google I/O 2018 will be addressed by Sunder Pichai, CEO – Google Inc.


Google has selected 5 students from India to attend this prestigious event and is paying for  their ticket, visa, hotel & other expenses. Akshay has been working with Google Applied CS with Android group for the last 2 years and had set up Developers Student Group at Techno NJR with support from Google.


” It is a great opportunity and honour to be selected to attend Google I/O 2018 which brings mw a step closer to my dream of getting a job with Google ” says Akshay. He was guided at Techno NJR by college faculty cum mentor Aaditya Maheshwari.  Aaditya himself was selected by Google in 2012 to work for Google Summer of Code 2012 summit in California. ” It is a dream come true that one of my students has been selected by Google ” says Aaditya. ” I am sure many more students of Techno NJR will get selected by Google in future ” he further added.


Techno India NJR presents TechJalsa 2k18

We are getting ready, are you??

Techno India NJR Institute of Technology, Udaipur is organizing a State – Level College Youth Festival – TECHJALSA 2K18 from 24th – 27th February. The Institute is one of the best engineering institutes in Rajasthan known for its academic excellence and industry orientation.

The event comprises of various Cultural, Literary, Technical, Artistic and Adventurous activities with Exciting Prizes.
Technical – This event comprises of Bridge Making, Coding, Elevation Design, Technical Quiz, Robo Race and Bottle Rocket.
Literary – This event will have Debate Competition (Hindi and English), Group Discussion, Extemporary, Jigsaw Story Writing and Poetry Recitation.
Gaming – This consists of games like Counter Strike, NFS, FIFA and Mini Militia.
Art & Craft – You can show your creativity in Face Painting, Rangoli, Temporary Tattoo, Sketching, Mehandi, Wall Painting, Salad Decoration and Hand Crafted Poster.
Flagship – This event comprises of Pixel Jalsa (Photography), Pro Night and Tug of War (Boys and Girls)
Cultural – This event will cover activities like – Nukkad Natak, Solo Dance, Solo Song, Group Dance, Dance Face Off, Ramp Walk (Boys and Girls) and Instrumental Beat-Out.

TechJalsa 2k18

Special Attractions

Roadies – aspiring youngsters from different colleges to compete against each other in a series of rounds to prove themselves superior and win the ultimate title.
Treasure Hunt – This is a add on to the event where participants need to use their brain power and hunt the treasure with help of clues given.
DJ Night Party – Dance till the stars come down from the rafters. Dance, Dance, Dance till you drop the Disco. We are going to party like it’s 1979… so slide on those 8 inch platform shoes, slip into some psychedelic purple polyester bell bottoms and get your grove on, foxy mama at TechJalsa 2K18’s DJ Night Party, a Go Go party!
Cultural Night – The main objective of Cultural Night is to Encourage Participants to deliver a diverse and rich offering of Cultural Events. We promise an Exciting, Entertaining, Inspiring and Energizing Festival for all who attend!!

Put on your Talents, Creativity and Dancing Shoes all in a bag and let these be the most amazing days of this year.

Hurry Up!!! Grab the opportunity and Win Exciting Prizes worth Rs 1 lakh+

Dates :- 24th – 27th February, 2018
Venue :- Techno India NJR Institute of Technology
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For more queries contact-
Gaurav Kumawat (Event Head) – +91 9785282959
Sandeep Upadhyay (Faculty Coordinator) – +91 8696932745
Arushi Kavdia (Student Coordinator) – +91 7728878448
Toshal Pandya (Student Coordinator) – +91 9462989898
Ronak Murdia (Student Coordinator) – +91 7737787368
Akshat Bordia (Student Coordinator) – +91 81099 23234
Shubham Dave (Student Coordinator) – +91 7976489841


PS Group: Finding solution to marble slurry menace of Udaipur

In a recent judgment passed by the Rajasthan High Court, Chief Justice Arun Mishra said: “There are 250 marble processing units in the Sukher industrial area and they are dumping about 70 tones of slurry daily as a result of which about 700×500 meters of the valley has been ruined.”

Marble slurry dumping yard

Marble slurry is either dumped by the road side or dumped at slurry dumping yard. In both cases the slurry is open to spread through wind, surface flow of water and also penetrate the ground.  This degrades the quality of air, surface water, ground water and damages the soil of nearby areas.

                     Marble slurry dumped by the roadsise.

Despite several attempts by various agencies to develop products and find commercial applications for marble slurry, the menace of slurry continues to haunt the beauty and environment of Udaipur.

                            Marble slurry dumped illegally in residential areas.

JK Tyre conducted a study to replace carbon black in tyres by marble slurry but it was not found suitable for dynamics applications in tyre. Several attempts to replace cement and sand in mortar and concrete by marble slurry have not been very successful commercially because reaction of compounds present in marble slurry with cement and water causes efflorescence in the products like bricks, paver blocks, kerb stones, roof tiles, tree guards.

Recently a team of final year students of Civil Engineering at Techno India NJR Institute of Technology started working of innovations to develop products using marble slurry. Lokesh Puri Goswami, Kundan Gorana, Mohit Wadhwani, Harshit Jaroli, Kamlesh Kumar, Sachin Goyal under the guidance of Dr. Pankaj Porwal have developed a technology and processing method that eliminates the use of water to make these products. The team has called the brick produced using slurry Slick (Slurry Brick). The salient feature the Slick and other products is that they use molten waste plastic from bottles as binder with sand and marble slurry as filler. They also use some advanced chemical admixtures to enhance the strength of fire resistance of the final product. Use of molten plastic not only solves the problem of efflorescence but also provides a practical solution to problem of disposal of waste plastic bottles.

Brick made using marble slurry, sand and waste plastic

Preliminary tests conducted on Slick give strength close to the compressive strength of second class bricks. This idea has found acceptance at national level also. Recently, the team leader, Lokesh Puri Goswami was awarded Silver Medal by National Design and Research Forum of Institution of Engineering.

The students have also developed a full-fledged business plan for this idea. They have presented this business plan at Stupreneurs and won first prize of 45000/-. Stupreneurs is state level impact and innovation challenge program to make Rajasthan a source of innovation and start ups to positively impact our economy. An ecosystem based approach where mentors, business leaders and other professionals support and mentor such start ups.

Currently the company formed by the students, PS Group, is being incubated at Lake City Incubation Center of Techno India NJR for commercialization of marble slurry and waste plastic bottle products.


US$6000 (Rs.4 lacs) Prize for Udaipur Students Project by Intel Corporation, USA

It was the time for students of Udaipur based engineering college Techno India NJR Institute of Technology to make a splash on international technology scene. World’s biggest chip maker Intel Corporation of USA organised a Hackathon with a challenge to   build innovative devices to improve human life. Thousands of entries were received for this challenge from all over the world.      

3 students of Techno NJR  Electronics and Communication branch  took this challenge and decided to create a device to improve quality of water in Udaipur lakes and wells. First step to improve is to measure  water quality . Traditional way to measure quality of water is to take sample of water from the lake and do the testing  in a laboratory  where you get results next day. And it  was not done regularly. Also data on quality of water remained with authorities and laboratories only.

techno india njr students

These students decided to create an Internet of Things (IoT)  device which could measure water quality continuously without taking water sample and also  share results  with everyone through an App so that so that every Udaipurite can contribute in improving quality of lake Water.

So this is what they did

They created a box and installed 4 sensors to measure following four parameters of Water quality “

  1. Temperature
  2. PH
  3. Turbidity
  4. Dissolved oxygen

They also installed a data logger to collect all readings of these sensors and also added a solar panel to supply power to the box. They connected  this system to IBM Bluemix cloud to store the data on quality of water sent  every half an hour  by the sensors. They also used IBM Watson to analyse this continuous data to create reports and graphs and created an App  called Lake Monitoring System ( available on Google Play Store ) through which anyone in the world can see quality of water in Udaipur lakes on live basis. 

This will help in authorities and Udaipur lake lovers in improving the quality of water by taking suitable measures. If Ph is increasing it will imply that some water from sewage is coming in lakes. Dissolved oxygen level indicates suitability of this water for fishes and fauna in the lake. If dissolved oxygen level is low it can be improved by installing aerators. 

For this highly valuable project  students Ritwik Dave, Roshni Mehta and Himmat Khatik won second prize of US$ 5000 and Best Student project of US$ 1000 in Intel Hacks 2017 for their entry – Smart Well Monitoring System . This system has been installed by the students at Fatehsagar lake in Udaipur . 

As a highly gracious and commendable gesture, students have offered to use Prize money of Rs.4 lacs to make 6 more systems like these and install them in other six lakes of Udaipur so that Government authorities and general public can see water quality of all 7 lakes through one App on their mobile. Computer Science students Ritwik Joshi and Vansh Soni designed the dashboard and the App based on IBM Bluemix and IBM Watson platform. You can see the system at:

Project was mentored by  Prof. Pradeep C. & Dr. Jonathan Joshi  on IoT side and Aaditya Maheshwari on Cloud and Analytics .

UdaipurBlog congratulates these students for this useful device which will help Udaipur keep it’s lakes pristine and clean.


Aakash Android Application Programming Workshop for Students commences at Techno NJR

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Techno India NJR Institute of Technology, Udaipur as Aakash Project Center is conducting 4 days Aakash Android Application Programming Workshop for Students (23rd – 24th Feb 2013 and 2nd -3rd Mar 2013) under National Mission on Education through ICT (MHRD, Govt. of India) and in association with IIT Bombay.

Aakash Workhop | UdaipurBlog

It is now well established that the quality of education can be improved considerably by proper use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), to supplement the conventional mode of education. Aakash tablets were launched by MHRD in October 2011. These are Low Cost Access cum- computing Devices. The National Mission on Education using ICT (NME-ICT) envisages that these tablets should be deployed for empowering our students and teachers.

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Through this workshop, IIT Bombay plans to train participants on android application programming for Aakash tablets with two objectives. The first is to test and enhance the effectiveness of these tablets for use in classrooms. The second is development of new open source educational applications and contents for Aakash, largely through final year Research and Development projects done by BE/MCA/ME students.

Following topics will be covered in the workshop:

  • Android Apps Programming:
  • Getting Started with Android
  • Setting up Eclipse for Android Software Development
  • Android Building Blocks
  • Layouts and UI Control.
  • Android Application Resources.
  • Introduction to Animation and Graphics.
  • Data Storage.
  • Web Application Development.
  • Publishing your Application.

Since the workshop is funded by the National Mission on Education through ICT (MHRD, Government of India), there is no course fee for participation.

Aakash Workhop | UdaipurBlog

 Piyush Javeria, Aakash Project Coordinator describes Aakash as an access device in which a Linux environment has been developed atop an Android operating system. Tailored compilers for C, C++, Python and Scilab are ported so that users can write and run programmes on the tablet, emphasizing its use as a full-fledged computer. Powered by a 1GHz processor and backed with a 512 MB RAM, Aakash 2 sports a 7″ capacitive screen, a USB port and micro SD card slot and promises a battery life of 3 hours for normal operations, running at core, the Android 4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich).  He also added that 200 students of pre-final and final years of engineering have registered and are attending this workshop with great enthusiasm. They are getting chance to use Aakash tablet and deploy their own created apps on it. First day concluded with basics of Java and Android with development of simple android application development. Students can also participate in National Software Development Competition on AAKASH tablet  ( and win prizes worth Rs 1 lac.


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Photograph Credits: Shreyas Jain


National Workshop on Android Application Development

Computer Society of India, Udaipur Chapter, and Techno India NJR Institute of Technology,Udaipur announces five days National Workshop on Android Application Development for computer professionals from September 1st to September 5th 2012 at Techno NJR Research Center 202, Trimurty Heights above Kotak Mahindra Bank 8- C , Madhuban, Udaipur with an aim of giving detailed insight into the Open Source platform of Android, its architecture and its abilities for development of a wide variety of mobile applications.

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 About Android :

The Android platform embraces the idea of general-purpose computing for handheld devices. It is a comprehensive platform that features a Linux-based operating system stack for managing devices, memory, and processes. In the current handheld device market, it’s the closest competitor of Apple’s iPhone. Google Inc purchased the initial developer of the software, Android Inc., in 2005. Android’s mobile operating system is based on a modified version of the Linux kernel. Android’s source code and libraries are published under Apache License 2.0, and the Linux kernel below Android is under GPLv2 license. Thus, the openness of this powerful and robust mobile platform attracts and encourages the mobile developer community for development of Applications for Android enabled devices. Brief Description about the Workshop

About The Workshop :

This workshop will primarily focus on understanding the key concepts, best practices and insights of the Android architecture, and learn some basic skills of Android Application development . The workshop will be conducted by experienced software developers and co-corporate trainers .


Topics Covered:

  • Introducing Android and User Interfaces
  • Activity and Intent /Services
  • Storing & Retrieving Data Notification & Alarm
  • Telephony and Graphics & Animation/Multimedia
  • Problems Solutions and Application Development Practices


About Organizers:

Chairman – M.L.Talesra
Organizing Secretary – Mr. Mazher Hussain
Coordinator – Mr. Piyush Javeria


Venue : Techno NJR Research Center 202,

Trimurty Heights above Kotak Mahindra Bank 8- C

Madhuban, Udaipur

Date :  September 1st to September 5th 2012


For More Details Contact:

  • Mazher Hussain – 9828058105

Email –


  • Piyush Javeria – 8696932742

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Prof. Piyush from Udaipur to attend IEEE Board of Governors meeting at USA

Piyush Javeria, Head and Assistant Professor in Department of Computer Science Engineering & IT at Techno India NJR Institute of Technology (TINJRIT), Udaipur will be attending Board of Governors meeting of IEEE Computer Society to be held in Seattle, USA from 11th to 15th June 2012. IEEE is the largest professional body of engineers in the world. He was awarded with Certificate of Excellence for his work towards IEEE Computer Society by Dr. Sorel Reisman, President-IEEE CS.

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Prof. Piyush Javeria

Piyush has been recently elected as Chair, IEEE Education Society India Council Newsletter & Website Committee and Vice Chair, IEEE Computer Society India Council Conference & Workshop Committee. He is also closely working with IEEE GOLD (Graduate Of Last Decade).

TINJRIT will be providing IEEE Computer Society Certifications on Software Foundations,   Software Development, Software Lifecycle Management and   Software Professional Practice at subsidised cost and will start with CDSA certifications also.

He will be meeting Professors of Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) and discuss further roll out of iCarnegie curriculum at TINJRIT powered by CMU.

He will also be visiting Stanford University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Carnegie Mellon University, California State University, California Institute of Technology, San Jose State University, University of California, Berkeley and George Washington University in US.

He will be visiting Smithsonian and their collection of Computing machines, Computer History Museum and also meeting officials of Computing Research Association (CRA) and IEEE Computer Society at Washington DC.

He shall also be visiting Sheffield Hallam University, UK and delivering module for summer semester students. He will be attending Software Experts Summit 2012 on June 26 to be held at London by IEEE Computer Society and British Computer Society (BCS).

We wish him all the very best for his efforts and journey.


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