With a limitless area to explore and innovate, our students at CGC are trained and polished to become the research scholars of tomorrow. Our campus witnesses an exponential growth in the research and development through the novel efforts ofour students in various fields. Academic research is an essential part of our educational system. Students at CGC are set free to work on their ideas and sail through the boundaries of national and international benchmarks. Making its name in the field of research, our faculty too publishes their works in various papers and journals of national and international repute. We believe in providing our students the best in class facilities for research and development to give wings to their ideas to pave the way for the innovations in any field of education.
‘Novel design of CANSAT containing container and glider for measuring atmospheric conditions ’Patent filled at CANSAT, USA
Brilliant efforts of CGC students lead to finals of CGC teams – CECians and TRBO entered the final of CANSAT 2016 competition held at USA, by qualifying two rounds and bagged 28th and 35th rank among 71 teams from different countries. CANSAT is an international level competition organized every year jointly by NASA, AAS and AIAA with different challenges. The combined efforts of team CECians resulted in filing of patent for ‘Novel design of CANSAT containing container and glider for measuring atmospheric conditions’
‘Unfolding mechanism for large wings’ Patent filed at CANSAT 2016 at Burkett, USA
The students of CGC,Landran headed to the finals of CANSAT 2016 to compete with 71 teams from various countries after having bagged the 28th and 35th rank. CANSAT is an international level competition organized every year jointly by National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), American Astronautical Society (AAS) and American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). CECians and TRBO had instilled combined efforts, as two team of CGC filed a patent ‘Unfolding mechanism for large wings’.
‘Effi Cycle 2016’ won nationally; now registered with ICAT.
Engineering students of CGC, Landran won the first position in a national level competition ‘Effi Cycle 2016’ organized by Society of Automotive Engineers India Northern Section. After beating 110 teams across India and excelling in 16 rounds of hard core selection criteria for 5 consecutive days at Lovely Professional University, CGC, Landran stood victorious. The team of CGC, Landran was awarded with a cash prize of 25,000 and a national level Clean Pit Award by U D Bhangale the CEO of ICAT, and C V Raman, Executive Director Maruti Suzuki. The model will soon run on the roads as it has been registered by International Centre of Automotive Technology.
Mini f1 car at Lincoln Nebraska USA
‘Mechnorobs Motorsports ‘with 11 participants had set international benchmarks as they were the only team from India to participate in Formula SAE held at Lincoln Nebraska USA. The event was held at Lincoln Nebraska USA. Approximately 80 teams from all over the world have participated in the event while CEC, Landran had sent their team of 11 students. The teams were to undergo two screening tests namely – Static Test and a Dynamic Test.is a small formula 1 racing car with an open top which is used for Formula SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers). Team of students designed, built and test the car based on a series of rules, the purpose is to ensure track safety and promoting clever problem solving.
MNC Caterpillar India Pvt. Ltd Awards Engineers With The First Position Nationally
To achieve excellence in the field of research and innovation, the engineers of CGC Landran designed a digger crane for a national level competition organized by Caterpillar India Pvt. Ltd in Chennai and achieved first position amongst 70 teams of mechanical engineering students who participated from various colleges across India. S.R krishanan, HR ManagerCaterpillar and Mr. Shekhar Murugeshan, Operations Manager Caterpillar awarded the students with the winning trophies and certificates.