In the campus, every department has its own block with state of art laboratories, e-seminar halls, e-class rooms. The campus is proud of its 600 capacity ac indoor auditorium, 3000 capacity open auditorium, 750 students capacity canteen â€œRefuelâ€, stationary shop, dispensary, student activity centre, Play grounds, and 50 luxury busses, connecting all parts of Hyderabad and Secunderabad to transport the day scholars
Every department is having state-of-art laboratories consist of latest equipment to conduct the experiments, demo units and display units. Some of the Laboratories are having additional equipment purchased under MODROBS. Also, every branch has research laboratories at least in one or two specializations.
For a quick view of laboratories:- http://gniindia.org/labs.html
The college has developed Centres of Excellence at campus to carry out research projects and technology transfer in the following fields-
1. Solar Application Development
2. Robotics and Industrial Controls
3. Machine vision
4. Software Research Development Lab
5. Non-destructive Testing and Evaluation
8. Computational Civil Engineering
9. Embedded Systems
10. SAE â€“ BAJA
Works being carried out:
Camera based attendance:
This system is developed to overcome the drawbacks in the conventional attendance marking system. The system extracts the detected faces in an input image and compares with the images in the database. Based on the comparison the corresponding faces are recognized and the attendance is automatically marked to the respective faces, hence ensuring a foolproof, robust attendance marking system.
Miniaturized Industrial conveyor belt:
A camera is mounted in the path of the conveyor belt such that the objects passing the belt lies within the field of view of the camera. The camera detects various objects and classifies the objects as wanted or unwanted objects. Based on the camera recognition of objects, an actuator in the rejection mechanism is activated to reject the unwanted objects.
Finger print identification:
The system recognizes the biometric features and classifies the persons based on their finger print. This system locates the edges of the input image and compares with that of the database image to identify a person.
Length and angle detection in real time images:
The system can detect the length of an objects in real world units, which replaces the use of conventional rulers. The system also identifies the angle of intersection of various objects in the image.
Selective localization of faces:
The system searches for a specific person`s face in an image of group of persons and localizes the required person by marking his face.
This system uses a standard pattern recognition algorithm to identify the object of interest. The template of the required object is stored in the database and the system identifies if the object is found in the input image.
Automatic object counting:
The camera detects various objects with unique colors and segments the objects based on its color threshold. After segmentation, the number of objects of each color is automatically counted.
ii. Robotics and Industrial Automation Research Centre
Robotics is an interdisciplinary branch of technology that deals with design, construction, control and operation of a robot. A simple robot is a machine that is embedded with a sensor, a processor and an end effector whose application may vary depending upon its connected sensors, end effectors and information processing.
Intelligent fire fighting robot:
The robot has a temperature/light sensor as its sensing element for fire and a water sprayer and motors as its end effectors. The robot is capable of detecting the event of fire, trace the exact location of fire and spraying the water to the detected location. The control commands to the end effectors based on the sensory feedbacks are given by the Atmega128 processor.
Wireless surveillance robot:
The surveillance robot can be used for both commercial and defense purposes. The robot consists of an onboard wireless camera that can stream sequence of images through zigbee protocol. The actuators of the robot can be remotely controlled by establishing Bluetooth connection between the processor and the controlling joystick.
Pneumatic powered robotic crane:
The robot is a miniature working model of an industry standard crane whose arm movements are actuated by the pneumatic linear actuators. The robot has one circular degree of freedom provided by the vertically mounted DC motor and three degree of freedom provided by the linear actuators. The robot navigation is achieved through the differential drive of the horizontal DC motors.
Pick and place robot:
The robot has an onboard arm mechanism that act as an mechanical gripper to hold and release the objects. The gripper movement is manually controlled by controlling the actuator and the robot makes a differential motion to move from one point to another.
Miniaturized Mars rover:
The dynamics of the robot is similar to the Mars rover- Curiosity. The robot has an onboard wireless camera mounted on the servo drive which gives a 360 degree field of view of the surroundings. The robot is powered with the 6 differential drive DC motors which is controlled centrally by the Atmega128 processor.
Collision avoidance robot:
The robot is mounted with the array of ultrasonic proximity sensors whose output are monitored by the processor. When a sensor reads a value below its threshold, the corresponding motor is actuated to make the robot turn towards a safer direction.
The mission of the Lab aligns around three axes:
1. Validation and realization of results from fundamental research
2. Transfer of innovative technologies to the business
3. Technology incubation
Other projects include:
1. Big Data Training and Development is commenced on 15th Feb’14
and it will be conducted for 2 months
2. Project based on Designing operating system development and
The above mentioned projects are prepared and planned to publish in reputed international journals.
Motivating the students regarding PUBLICATION of research concept in International journal.
iv. Solar Engineering Centre:
The developed centre will concentrate on development of PV cell, module development, material research for development of DSSE and silicon solar cell.
The centre has collaborate with IICT Hyderabad, MS university Baroda and IIT Bombay, India
v. Centre for Non Destructive Evaluation:
It is established for study of quality assurance of aero space and nuclear engineering materials. Basic NDT methods, such as magnetic partial inspection, liquid penetrate test, visible inspection and ultra sonic flaw detector are installed to study the various defects of metal meterials.this centre is separated by dep’t of automatic energy and AICTE under RPS.
Professors of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, USA visited the CNDE of GNI on 25th Sept 2013
Dr.H.S. Saini , MD and Dr.Ranganayaklu , Dean R & D along with Mr.Douglas from Nigeria in the CNDE of GNI.
g. Entrepreneur Development Cell:
Faculty Development Programmes and Skill Development Programmes are organized in every year during summer vacation. A programme on “Budding Entrepreneurs – prospective “is arranged in the month of Jan’14 for 3rd and 4 the year students.
IUCEE activities of the Campus:
GNITC is conducting webinars, interaction with professors from universities of USA universities as part of IUCEE collaboration-
IUCEE Student chapter leaders
Chapter secretary Gaurav Baid, TY, CSE
Joint Secretary Abhilash Kulkarni, TY, IT
Internal Affairs Officer Chandan Dadwar, TY, IT
Finance Officer Rahul Reddy, TY, CSE
IUCEE Student chapter leaders (Guru Nanak Institute of Technology)
Chapter secretary Chanchal Ganrai, CSE 3rd Year
Joint Secretary L.Manish, IT 2nd Year
Internal Affairs Officer Kiran devikar, CSE 2nd Year
Finance Officer B.Alekhya, IT 2nd Year
Senior Faculty members participated in ICTIEE-2014 organized by “BVB College of Engineering and Technology” held at Hubli, Karnataka, India from 16 to 18 Jan, 2014.
Papers presented at ICITEE-2014
“Tracking Lab Activity in Technical Education System: A Case-study at the Guru Nanak Institutions (India)” is presented by the team of senior professors of GNITC
The seating capacity of the students is 300. Students are having an exclusive reading room, magazine section, reference section and internet centre. More than 50,000 volumes, 10,000 titles, 250 National and International journals are available in the library. Book Bank Scheme is available for students.
E- Resources for students
International Journals published by the Institution
Library Photo To be put here :- ( already with you )
Well furnished boys hostel with gym, mess etc with a capacity of 400 students and 200 capacity girls hostel First year students are having a separate block with laboratories, class rooms, seminar halls, sports facilities, canteen etc. The classes are conducted under an exclusive 1st year coordinator.