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How to Tap into India’s Vast Engineering Talent

A vast pool of English speaking young population coupled with sound technical education as a passport to good life has turned India into an engineering power house.

The challenge now will be in equipping this young talent pool adequately to develop competency and shrink the experience curve in acquiring the domain expertise. The real engineering where you design, build and test things which you can touch, feel and experience.

India’s Engineering Potential

 India’s ability to generate a large pool of engineering talent has resulted in Indian companies with global aspirations to set up product and development centers in India.

With a number of engineering colleges offering quality education and churning out thousands of competent engineers, English being the medium of instruction for these to access and assimilate the latest happenings in engineering and technology, and the cultural affinity of Indians to master math, science and engineering create huge storehouse of highly literate engineering potential.

India is an extremely price sensitive market. This fact forces the localization of products to suit the local buying preferences. And this in turn creates the need to craft products for local needs.

Now bridging the gap between classroom learning and practical engineering experience has become the need of the hour. But, with the realization fast sinking in about the present lack of domain expertise, few if any, professional institutions are scrambling for solutions.

How Structured Internship Programs Help

 One of these is an internship program for those who are pursuing or have finished engineering.

Recently featured in news was the story of a ‘smart glove’ called MUDRA developed by four students at Amrita School of Engineering’s Amrita Robotics Research Lab (ARRL) at the Begaluru campus.

This lightweight ‘smart glove’ enables the speech-impaired to communicate with one another by converting hand gestures based on Indian sign language into spoken English.

There is more to this ‘smart glove’ than that meets the eye. According to its inventors this can be reprogrammed for a range of applications where motor-sensor technology plays an important role. Gaming stations, virtual reality, remote control of devices, robotics and medical industry.

But, the crowing achievement is its price compared to similar gesture-sensing products available today. The prototype was built in 16 weeks at a cost of INR 7500. So, here is a product filling in a burning need, locally designed, produced and tested for the local market. This is what any company desiring to tap into the Indian market should be ideally doing.

Want to come up with such path breaking innovation? Come to Wine Yard Technologies!

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Will IOT robots takeover Mankind Soon?

A restaurant in Japan has successfully implemented robots to serve their customers right from first point of contact of reception to every need to guarantee a comfortable stay.  Humanoid robots which were the computational models built to resemble humans as closely as possible in terms of human body structure, behavior, were used in this instance.  These robots recognize human body language and voice and respond appropriately.   This is a comparatively low-level interaction which can be directed using a low-level computer.

To be frank, there must be very few amongst us who have not been in awe over robots by now.  They have been fascinating us in quite a number of ways.  The first thing about robots that catch our attention is that it imitates a human.  In many of top rated science fiction movies, robots have made their presence felt, not only delighting us with their on screen antics, but also opened quite a new door of possibilities of the applications of the robot.

The term “robot” itself may be difficult to define, as it depends on the sophistication of functions expected to be performed by it.  Most modern robots churned out by developed countries like Japan can be taught to simulate user actions in a limited way.  They can be taught to navigate their way around obstacles.  This information is stored by the robot and used when it encounters a similar situation.

Some of the predominant functionalities of a robot are sensing, movement, energy and intelligence. Robots can be also used to venture into areas of expertise that can be dangerous, or work involving heavy precision, responsibility.  Robots have also set their foot on the space!

The advent of IoT and Robotics are catapulting working of industries and services to the next level.   Mega car factories generously use highly-sophisticated array of sensors and robotics effortlessly sending and receiving data across the factory floor to fully automate vehicle assembly.

Internet of Robotic things can now store and analyze their data and convey it neatly to other connected devices.

The term conjoined with robots is Artificial Intelligence.  It has rapidly become the most talked about field in robotics.  The ultimate victory would be when Artificial intelligence can completely recreate the human thought process which is proving to be a highly improbable task right now.  The ability to recreate the simultaneous working of billions of neurons is still out the scope.

Some of the researchers imagine the day when humans will be integrated with machines. Research is going into feeding the contents of the brain into a supercomputer and adopting it into a robot. In this way humans intend to live thousands of years more having their own marked personality in a machine.  In any case, robots are geared to play a large part in our lives and may be completely integrated into our daily activities as seamlessly as computers have become presently.

Now, this is a great opportunity for young engineering students who want to break away from the often traversed path of becoming software engineers and become innovators. The industry would open up with huge job opportunities for those who have practical knowledge in these fields.

Wine Yard Technologies invites you to take up projects in this exciting field of engineering!

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For those who want to be disruptors today!

Bits and pieces with specific benefits, a disruptive technology at best, pregnant with opportunity to say the least, no matter what we call it or not call it, Internet of Things (IoT) is real and here to stay. How it will look and fan in a few years from now is even something daddy Google can’t guess.

IoT coming of age

The internet of things is not something new – the first internet connected toaster was unveiled at a conference in 1989 – but it has come of age now, thanks to the rapid rise in engineering hardware and software and not to mention the millions of minds working to keep it going.

To start with it works by connecting devices, sensors over the internet letting them talk to people, applications and themselves and scales up to include smart cities with grids optimizing traffic flow, energy use and garbage removal.

The cloud is its core to relay, analyze data and the smart devices, sensors and machines are its agents gathering, tracking data all in tandem in real time. At the intersection of gathering and leveraging data lies its real value as a technology.

How IoT disrupts or will disrupt industry?

One of the biggest advantages of smart technologies is to predict and prevent disaster and disease from anywhere, therefore there is no industry or business imaginable it can’t transform.

And everything about IoT is really big. It is not about saving money within the current models but upending them completely by creating new services and products.

In the construction industry you have smart silos and trucks with sensors tracking inventory thus ensuring a steady pipeline. In the oil industry, there are smart wells to monitor gas breakouts, water flows, fluctuating pressure making it easier to predict and contain damage.

Wearable tech has already begun to impress the health industry in a big way. What with sensors that monitor the heart rate and to detect abnormal heart rhythms and host of apps to facilitate and encourage a healthy lifestyle.

Next will be hospital optimization where sensors can detect bacteria on the equipment and smart scrubs viruses travelled from a sick patient.

The list is far from complete. We’ll live with intelligent farms, factories, vehicles, homes, utility and power grids. And this is not a flight of fantasy but a hard trend: a projection based on measureable, unchangeable facts.

Be the disruptor not the disrupted

It is time to learn about it now. Nothing in your academics will have prepared you for this huge transformational shift. Your second bet will be looking for an industry relevant internship to gain valuable hands on practical experience to transition you into the ebb and flow of the Internet of Things.

 Smart devices become passé but, the idea of connected sensors and smart devices communicating and taking decisions will permeate and saturate our lives and will soon become inseparable from us.

Come join the IoT revolution. Take an Engineering project with Wine Yard Technoloogies

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IOT and Healthcare Application Engineering Projects

Our world is becoming more and more technologically advanced by the day.  Technology has permeated every sphere of human life and is constantly evolving to make our lives better.  In quite a number of ways, internet has eased the barriers of communication between people of different regions, race, and religion.

Internet has enabled us to communicate, socialize, express our opinions on matters of interest, and even participate in group discussions.  These days to avoid the rues of telecommuting, offices also allow some employees to work from home through the internet.  Also in the medical profession, people in remote area of the world without proper medical infrastructure can take proficient medical advice from a doctor with only a computer and a dedicated internet connection.  This is only a tip of the iceberg as far as the applications of internet are concerned.

Now talking of the next in-thing in technology, “The Internet of Things” is completely altering the way we carry out day to day activities.  One of the applications currently in the prototype stage is a driverless car.

Sophisticated sensors and chips are integrated with the physical devices which are connected to the IOT platform to communicate with each other and transfer data over internet using internet protocol.  The diverse information is sent to the common Internet of Things platform which provides the common language for the apps and the devices to function together.  Analytics is applied to the data received at the platform to share the most valuable data that can be monitored remotely using a comfortable GUI in order to manage, monitor and optimize systems and their processes.

In case of healthcare industry, this technology has taken a giant leap in forewarning about the critical signs to be looked out for in a patient’s health.  These days, we are commonly witnessing a large number of casualties due to heart attacks and other life threatening conditions.  So it becomes pivotal for real time monitoring of the patient’s condition.

In case of critically ill patients, say with heart problems, the safe upper and lower limits of the heart rate are set into the system. The patient’s heart rate is monitored in real-time, the data is sent via sensor connected to the patient’s body.  Through a microprocessor interfaced, this data is transmitted over the internet which can be monitored for any abnormal fluctuations at the other end.  In case of any unwanted fluctuations, the concerned doctor and near ones can be intimated immediately and a precious life can be saved.

This system has proved to be a great boon in providing the much needed timely intervention. We at Wine Yard Technologies encourage students in undertaking such projects which not only greatly functions in improving their enthusiasm to learn and develop such ingenious projects, but also gives them a sneak preview into the technologies that are marking a mark for themselves now and also in the future to come.

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Mini Projects of Internet of Things

The Internet of Things is not a concept. It is a Network; a true technology enabled network of all networks – Edewde Oriwoh.

The Internet of Things is supposed to be the next evolution of computing. It is supposed to have a market that is bigger than all previous computing markets. It promises to bring all objects, consumers and activities into the digital realm. Though a majority of people have not heard about the Internet of things, it refers to things and objects or devices connected to the internet. The data from these devices are collected and transmitted via the internet.

The implications of this can be so vast that it can create a sea change in the performance of the devices and the utility it provides to us. It is for this reason that the Internet of Things has become a hot favorite with engineering students to work with. They are eager to do projects in this realm.

What is Internet of Things?

Though we don’t know the Internet of Things is already at home and at our offices. It is present in our smart watches, fitbit, and home automation systems. Internet of Things is defined as the system of interrelated computing devices. It can be a mechanical or a digital device, an animal or even an object that is connected to the internet so that it has the ability to transfer data over a network.

It can be a heart monitor implant, an automobile, an animal or anything else! In an automobile it can alert reduced air pressure in the tires, and alert any erratic behavior of the heart. All it needs is an assigned IP address so that it can transfer data.

How did IOT evolve?

It is said that the Internet of Things has evolved from the convergence of wireless technologies, electromechanical systems, and the internet. It was the result of a convergence of operational technologies, and information technology to create machine generated data. This data can be analyzed for insights and improvements.

Computers are dependent on humans for data, but with the advent of IOT it can collect data from machines of manufacturing so that they can assess a lot of the performance and help identify the exact causes of wastage, costs, and loss. The practical applications of the Internet of things are much more. They can be used in precision agriculture, space research, healthcare, energy, transportation and a lot more things.

The Internet of Things is slated to create a new world, a world that is quantifiable and measurable. It is for this reason that many engineering students of the electronics wing are opting to do projects in IOT so that they can build a bright future with this new technology.

Wine Yard Technologies provides numerous projects on IOT for engineering final year students and pass outs. We provide projects that would give you deep insights into the working of IOT and its applications. By the end of the project you would be able to understand what IOT is, the applications of IOT, and an in depth understanding to carve out a career for yourself. Visit our IOT projects here. http://wineyard.in/Mini-Projects-ECE.php

 

 

 

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Embedded Systems Mini Projects for Final Year Engineering Students

There are many people who require constant and frequent medical checkups and medical examinations due to their health conditions. There are many who need constant monitoring due their critical health conditions and constant hospitalization is a costly solution. A final year mini engineering project in biomedical embedded systems may be a solution to this problem.

It has been found out that there is chance of constant and remote monitoring of a patient’s health condition including the vitals which can be part of life saving medical care. With remote monitoring and sensing of important data, a patient’s data can be transmitted into the technological centers where they would be evaluated.

So, the idea of biomedical embedded systems has huge potential. It can be used in various modes including rescue operations, critically ill patients, patients with long term illnesses, and for many other applications where it is necessary to constantly monitor the health parameters of a person.

There have been innovations of various invasive and noninvasive sensors which have been found to be useful for the purpose of monitoring the vitals of a patient.

The embedded systems are combinations of sensors, processors, actuators, and intelligence that interaction in constrained environments. Though the computing power and the processing are limited, they are designed to run without human intervention.

Embedded systems are used in various applications, but the usage in the medical equipment is by far the most significant development. The chance of remote supervision in the medical field is a development that can reduce the costs of healthcare to a large extent.

Smarter healthcare would mean constant noninvasive blood pressure monitoring, continuous arterial blood gas monitor, provision of error free medication, electronic health records, and many more.

The recent trends in medical healthcare systems are of robotic surgeries, nano machines, and embedded devices like pacemakers, defibrillators, and drug infusers. These technologies developed by the engineers of ICT companies reduce the costs of healthcare significantly. They have done a lot of contribution to the society and at the same time created a niche in the market for themselves.

The scope of engineering students get practical knowledge in biomedical embedded systems is provided by Wine Yard Technologies through its various Mini engineering projects in Hyderabad. With these Mini projects, final year engineering students and engineering graduates can explore the various embedded systems applications and gain vital knowledge.

This knowledge would help them get skills and the acumen to start an exciting career in biomedical embedded systems. One such project provided by Wine Yard Technologies is the project IOT02.

This project aims at monitoring heart beat and body temperature over IOT. It uses pulse sensors, temperature sensors, embedded software, and others. Its main application is in ICUs, and operation theaters. It is a low cost patient health monitoring device where data is updated in the web server using IOT module interfaced to the controller.

The exciting world of biomedical embedded systems has a lot of possibilities and opportunities. It can provide great career opportunities for engineers. Wine Yard Technologies invites final year engineering students to come and participate in this innovative journey.

 

 

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Mini Projects for Engineering Students

Many engineering students lose out on job opportunities in core areas due to a lack of understanding of engineering concepts. One can attribute it to the lack of practical application of the theoretical knowledge they learn in their colleges.

Engineering projects are so important that they actually define the engineering acumen of the students. They give the students the core problem solving abilities required as a key job skill.

Wine Yard Technologies has been bridging this gap in an efficient way by providing interesting and meaningful projects to students at affordable prices. Wine Yard Technologies specializes in industry oriented training for B.Tech ECE, EEE, CSE and mechanical engineering students.

With hands on experience, students get the much needed practical training. They would be able to apply theoretical knowledge in implementing practical application software. In this blog, we would see briefly about the approach towards an engineering project.

How to an Engineering Project

The ultimate goal of an engineering project is to resolve a problem by the application of theoretical knowledge. It is to provide a satisfactory solution to an engineering problem. Keeping this in mind, an engineering student should go about doing an engineering project.

All B.Tech projects, IEEE projects, and other projects basically involve creative problem solving and don’t test hypotheses. Whether it is a software application or an engineering design, the project should have a clear goal and a model statement.

When it comes to the project ideas, Wine Yard Technologies helps you come up with your ideas or you can try our project ideas that are designed by industry experts. Project ideas need to be original in their source of ideas and the project should follow best practices.

Engineering Project Flow:

  • Definition of Project need.
  • Definition of project goal.
  • Establishing constraints and criteria.
  • Evaluate alternatives.
  • Build a prototype.
  • Evaluate and test the prototype.
  • Analysis of the test.
  • Make redesign and test.

Wine Yard Technologies has guided numerous engineering students to do successful projects with its latest industry knowledge and acumen. Our project management engineers are thought leaders when it comes to creating innovative project ideas and executing them with best practices. Many students have found these projects immensely useful in getting them job worthy skills.

Here is a list of mini projects that we provide for ECE students.

ECE:

  • Robotics Projects.
  • Solar/Wind/Super Capacitors/Renewable Energy Resource Management: Renewable energy is the need of the hour for both the industry and the country. We offer a wide range of projects in this category.
  • Analog Electronics/Digital Design/IC Applications: In this category, we offer some of the latest projects.
  • Antennas/ Radar/Sonar/HF/Microwave/Fiber Optic Communication Projects (with Hardware Kits).
  • Wired / Wireless Communication Projects (RF/IR/DTMF/ZigBee).
  • Voice & Sound Processing Projects.
  • Advanced Industrial Automation & Process Projects.
  • Rural Development & Agricultural Applications.
  • Automotive & Traffic Safety Projects.
  • Security & Access Control System Projects.
  • Biomedical, Patient Monitoring & Pharmaceutical Applications.
  • Mobile Communication / GSM / RFID Projects.
  • PC Based Projects.

If you are a EEE student interested in mini projects, please feel free to contact Wine Yard Technologies. We invite you to visit our facility to know more.

 

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The future is Sustainable and Renewable Energy!

The politics of the world, the economies of nations, and the everyday lives of people are all dependent on one single factor – Energy. Countries need energy for power generation, for industrialization, for locomotion, transportation, and for domestic usage. Our modern lives are so reliant on energy sources that it is impossible for us to continue our civilized life without energy for a single day.

As the populations of countries rise, the demand for energy increases exponentially. People are consuming more and more energy with the usage of air conditioners, automobiles, and generators. This has resulted in an increased dependence on fossil fuels like coal, petroleum products and others for generation of energy.

Even though there is an increase in consumption, these fossil fuels are limited and are bound to exhaust one day. Before that, excess consumption leads to a sharp rise in the prices of fossil fuels. This puts the economy of a country under severe strain and affects financial growth enormously.

Moreover, fossil fuels are guilty of causing serious climatic changes all around the world resulting in severe droughts and cyclones. Nuclear fuels were thought of as an alternative fuel source, but the dangers of a nuclear leak are well known in the likes of Chernobyl, and Fukushima disasters.

So, the question arises that is there any alternative fuel source that can provide energy without affecting the environment and that which is sustainable. That is where renewable and sustainable energy comes in.

What is Renewable Energy?

Renewable energy is basically energy generated from a source that does not deplete. It is generated from a natural process that is continuously replenished.

What is Sustainable Energy?

Sustainable energy is the provision of energy to people without compromising on the ability to provide energy for future generations.

Sources of Renewable Energy:

  • Bio Energy
  • Wind Power
  • Hydropower
  • Solar Energy
  • Geothermal Energy
  • Tidal Energy
  • Biodiesel

Despite having the fifth largest power generation portfolio, India has to do a lot to sustain economic growth. Our reliance on fossil fuels is driving us to the brink of bankruptcy. Though our capacity of renewable energy generation is 271.722 GW, we are only able to generate 77 GW.

We have worked towards energy independence with solar energy generation in the form of National Solar Mission 2022 initiative, but there are major challenges here as we have to import most of the solar panels despite the Make in India drive. The imported solar panels are prohibitively expensive and there are issues of price competitiveness in the market.

Solar power generation is plagued by major issues like high initial cost, and requirement of land. By far, the thing that plagues us most is that of importing technology. Though we have abundant human resources, we are unable to produce technology that helps us meet our energy requirements.

India already emits double the carbon dioxide than it is supposed to, and on top of it the future energy requirements of the country are alarming. In such a scenario, the only hope for the country to succeed in meeting its energy requirements through renewable energy is its engineers.

Indian engineers are respected all over the world for their resourcefulness and acumen. If the engineers of India put their minds together to fight this crisis, we would sure be self reliant in energy generation, and we would certainly reduce our carbon footprint.

For those students of engineering, this is a call! You have the wherewithal to solve the serious issue of renewable energy. If you make up your mind, and work on the issues that bother renewable energy generation, you would become heroes of the country. Software jobs sure are lucrative, but there is no software without energy!

The future for engineers lies in renewable and sustainable energy! Wine Yard Technologies recognizes this very well. We have come up with various projects for ECE and EEE final year students in sustainable and renewable energy. We invite you to this amazing pursuit where engineering meets innovation!

Check out our projects here http://wineyard.in/Projects.php

 

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Real Talent Shines through regardless of how many others there are around you!

Real Talent Shines through regardless of how many others there are around you!

May 10th of this year is a proud day for all engineering students and teachers in India. Students from the R.V. College of Engineering of Bengaluru have achieved something that has long been overdue.

India is so abundant in talent that many multinational companies based in USA and even the NASA prefers Indian engineers for top positions. In fact, the IT outsourcing drive has put Indian engineering talent on the world map. Many experts from various countries come to the IITs to see what’s so special about us!

India has created rich domain capability and expertise to provide expert engineering services to overseas customers. This is one side of the story. There is a flip side to this story as well.  But first, let us see what this team of 20 undergraduates from Bengaluru has accomplished.

The New Hampshire Formula Hybrid is an engineering challenge for undergraduate and graduate university students. It was started at the Thayer School of Engineering and is sponsored by the Society of Automotive Engineers.

It is a competition to create cars based on hybrid vehicle technology. Participants must design and build a single seat open car and should compete in the race. The competition emphasizes on the fact that the cars have to conform to “drive train innovation” and fuel efficiency in a high performance application.

The competition has certain rules and regulations and the focus is on development of hybrid vehicles. This year there were around 28 teams participating and our Indian team came second in the design and project management categories! In the overall competition, we stood fourth.

Considering the competition from all over the world, this is sure a feat. The champs from Bengaluru were part of the “Ashwa Racing” an R&D project for designing formula style race cars. These guys were first considered as underdogs as they were competing with countries like USA, Italy, Germany, and Australia.

The challenges of this competition are to clear the component manufacturing, electrical inspection test, and acceleration and dynamics tests along with safety standards. The team is aspiring to do better in the next year!

Now, this brings us to the second aspect of the story and it starts with a question. Why are only a few of our engineering students excelling while the majority is failing to get employable skills?

There are numerous engineering colleges that are not able to meet the demands of engineering aspirants. One has to confess the fact that laboratory facilities need a revamping exercise.  Moreover, the systemic bookish approach towards engineering is something that hampers students from nosing around and experimenting.

Engineering is more about problem solving and doing rather than understanding. If we encourage more engineering students to start with this approach, it is certain that India would be producing world class engineers.

Wine Yard Technologies is very proud of the fact that an Indian engineering college has accomplished such a feat. We believe that talent is aplenty here, and we believe that we can transform the engineering landscape when knowledge is applied.

We invite young engineering students to unleash their experimental skills with us. We provide a vast scope for you to experiment and take up projects that can turn your careers around!

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A Secret to produce Employable Engineers

Scientists dream about doing great things. Engineers do them.

India has produced some great engineers. One among them is Mr. E. Sreedharan the “Metro Man” of India who is instrumental in the successful completion of the Delhi Metro Rail project.

To everyone’s shock and surprise he said in an interview that mass produced engineers from private colleges are of no use and were totally unemployable. Added to this, many others have come out with open statements regarding the standards of engineers from India. In fact, AICTE has made it clear that it would address the issue of below par engineers coming out into the market.

It is a matter of great concern that a country with more than 1000 engineering colleges who produce half a million engineers per year is not able to produce employable engineers. Well, if one went on with the blame game, there is no end to it and one would not reach a successful conclusion.

To begin, technological education is the key for a country’s growth and self reliance. When there is an integration of scientific studies and engineering, it would lead to a stage where practical oriented research would allow the country to be self reliant.

Engineering is a field that can really make a difference in this world. Innovative engineers can come up with real life applications that benefit the industry and the nation as well.

We expect the engineers of today to design and build machines and appliances that would use renewable energy. We want them to come up with cost effective machinery for healthcare, agriculture and industry. Unfortunately, this is not happening and the sadder fact is that passed out engineers are not gainfully employed.

Though there are a number of engineering colleges in India, engineers who pass out of these colleges have a sketchy idea of the industry outside irrespective of the engineering discipline. It has been found that this is the main reason for a lot of these engineers to fail in their professional lives.

The fact that they do not taste the professional environment till they are out seeking jobs is a systemic problem. Moreover, lack of interdisciplinary integration also adds to the quagmire.

Coming to the students, one should really empathize with them. The four years of engineering is like a fast forward rush from one semester to the other. Students have little breathing space in between exams and they have to be perfect with numerous subjects.

Though students get adequate theoretical knowledge, there is a serious dearth of practical application to these theories. After all, engineering is about problem solving in real circumstances. And when students do not get practical training, how can they excel in their core subjects?

It is for this purpose, Wine Yard Technologies has come with its unique value proposition. We have established our organization with a vision to provide vital technological service to engineering students. We are here to create an environment of proactive learning where students would get vital practical knowledge.

We provide project assistance and internship for final year engineers and engineering pass outs to learn practical applications. In this endeavor, we have understood the importance of the final year project of engineers, and for this, we provide numerous projects for ECE, EEE, and mechanical engineering students.

We also provide project assistance to M.Tech students in VLSI, Embedded systems, DIP/DSP, EEE power electronics, and NS2 & WMC. This apart, we even provide a range of short term projects for various disciplines of engineering.

Aided with this practical knowledge, students would have better understanding of the subject, and would be much more employable. This is in fact the cornerstone to engineering. To master a subject, theoretical knowledge is not enough. One needs a lot of practical knowledge via doing projects. And, only with mastery of the subject one would have a chance to be employed.

We invite you to come and join this journey of innovation. For further information regarding final year engineering projects please visit us at http://wineyard.in/