Final Year Projects – Why Important?
A final year project is probably the singular most important academic activity for any student, whether they are BE / B Tech student or ME / M Tech students. Final year projects are a showcase of the student technical knowledge not just the theoretical but more importantly the practical knowledge as well. Also a final year project shows the interest the student has shown in taking up a challenging practical work. Hence every student should take the final year project very seriously. On our part we at Ingens do take them very seriously, irrespective of whether they are B Tech / BE Final year projects or M Tech / ME Final year projects.
At Ingens our role so far the project is concern is comprehensive. Starting from helping the student identify an innovative final year project to training them with the technology know how and also implementation assistance. Basically we ensure that the students get excellent practical exposure at the same time ensuring the safe and success completion of the project.
Our involvement in only core departments like ECE, EEE and EIE helps us to focus better on our strengths and provide the best options under these departments to the students. With ECE final year projects we focus on areas like wireless communication, embedded systems, VLSI, automation etc. These fields are also applicable to final year electronics project in general. With final year electrical projects we focus on areas like power electronics, power systems, power efficiency, unconventional power etc. Final year projects for EEE can be projects in general electronics or specifically projects related to electrical technologies alone.
We have a dedicated team that is constantly on the lookout for developments in various technologies related to our area of work and through a host of sources like IEEE papers and other international research publications. We come up with innovative final year IEEE projects for ECE, EEE and EIE based on these sources and hence they are the very latest for the students to work on.