CCET students outshine at international symposium in Muscat

Bhilai, Oct 13: : Christian College of Engineering and Technology (CCET), marked the presence in

4th National Student’s Symposium organized by University of Technology and Applied Science,

Muscat. Rev Fr Dr PS Varghese, Executive Vice Chairman of CCET had signed an MoU

between CCET, Bhilai and University of Science and Applied Technology on September 27,

  1. On the basis of student and facility exchange and knowledge sharing, final year Electrical

Engineering students Rovin’s Xess and Vedina Xaxa of Christian College of Engineering and Technology, presented research paper titled “Artificial Intelligence Enhancing the efficiency of Renewable Energy Sources” in the 4th National Student’s Symposium organized by University of Technology and Applied Science, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman on October 11-12, 2022. The theme for symposium this year was “Industrial Revolution 4.0”. The Student National Symposium IR 4.0 provides a platform for the student community to present their research papers. The symposium addressed various topics of fourth industrial revolution. The symposium organizers in collaboration with its stakeholders, empowers the 21st century students to collaboratively use their creative and innovative minds to think of any conceivable ways to optimize technological advancements and exploit the disruptive technologies in the IR4.0 era.

The research work was supervised under the guidance of Mentor faculties from the Department

of Electrical Engineering Richa Sahu, Ashish Dewangan, Akash Dewangan and Prashant Bawaney. The research highlighted how artificial intelligence can evaluate and develop a model for predicting the economic viability of renewable energy sources and can further increase the energy efficiency so that the utilization of renewable energy sources can be made to the maximum.

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