NMDC INDUSTRIAL VISIT

MDC Ltd. is diversified into other raw materials for the steel industry such as low silica limestone. Production of dead burnt magnesite and further value addition is under study through its subsidiary J K Mineral Development Corporation Limited.NMDC Ltd. has taken over a silica sand mining and beneficiation project from Uttar Pradesh State Mineral Development Corporation Ltd. The plant is designed to produce beneficiated high purity silica sand to a capacity of 300,000 tonnes per year as the raw material for production of float/sheet glass. A memorandum of understanding has been signed between NMDC, Indian Rare Earths Limited, (IRE) and Andhra Pradesh Mineral Development Corporation to establish a joint venture for the development of Bheemunipatnam Beach Sand. The project envisages mining of beach sands, setting up of mineral separation plant for ilmenite concentrate and a downstream value addition plant for conversion of ilmenite into synthetic rutile/TiO2 slag/TiO2 pigment with pig iron as by-product. Formerly: National Mineral Development Corporation Type: Government of India Enterprise Traded as NSE: NMDC BSE: 526371 Industry: Mining Founded: 1958 Headquarters: Hyderabad, Telangana Key people Products Iron ore, copper, rock phosphate, limestone, dolomite, gypsum, bentonite, magnetite, diamond, tin, tungsten, graphite, and beach sands etc.

GSITI HYDERABAD

The British Empire colonised India for the systematic financial exploitation of resources, leading to India's deindustrialization and Britain's Industrial Revolution, by using India as both a significant supplier of raw goods to British manufacturers and a large captive market for British manufactured goods (see Economy of India under the British Raj.) Formed in 1851 by East India Company, the organization's roots can be traced to 1836 when the "Coal Committee", followed by more such committees, was formed to study and explore the availability of coal in the eastern parts of India.David Hiram Williams, one of the first surveyors for the British Geological Survey, was appointed 'Surveyor of coal districts and superintendent of coal works, Bengal' on 3 December 1845 and arrived in India the following February.The phrase "Geological Survey of India" was first used on his Dec 1847 map of the Damoodah and Adji Great Coal Field,together with Horizontal and Vertical sections of the map.On 4 February 1848, he was appointed the "Geological Surveyor of the Geological Survey of India", but he fell off his elephant and, soon after, died with his assistant, F. B. Jones, of 'jungle fever' on 15 November 1848, after which John McClelland took over as the "Officiating Surveyor" until his retirement on 5 March 1851. Until 1852, Geological Survey primarily remained focused on exploration for coal, mainly for powering steam transport, oil reserves, and ore deposits, when Sir Thomas Oldham, father of Richard Dixon Oldham, broadened the ambit of the scope of functioning of the Geological Survey of India by advancing the argument with the government that it was not possible to find coal without first mapping the geology of India. Thus, the Geological Survey commenced to map the rock types, geological structures and relative ages of different rock types . The age of rock strata was estimated from the presence of index fossils, which consumed much of the geologists' efforts in finding these index fossils, as the method of Radiometric dating for estimating the age of rock strata was not developed at that time. In 1869 Frederick Richard Mallet was first to visit Ramgarh crater. Later studies include by those of Arthur Lennox Coulson In 19th century GSI undertook several surveys including Great Trigonometrical Survey, 1869 Kailash-Mansarovar expedition, 1871-1872 Shigache–Lhasa expedition, 1873-1874 Yarkand–Kashgar expedition, second expedition of this area by Sir Thomas Douglas Forsyth, 1878-1882 Darjeeling–Lhasa–Mongolia expedition, etc. The native surveyors were called pandit, some notable ones include cousins Nain Singh Rawat and Krishna Singh Rawat. In 19th and early 20th century GSI made important contributions to Seismology by its studies and detailed reports on numerous Indian earthquakes. Richard Dixon Oldham, like his father also worked for GSI, first correctly identified p- and s-waves, and hypothesised and calculated the diameter of the Earth's core. On 8 April 2017 GSI began pilot project, with the first ever aerial survey of mineral stocks by GSI, to map the mineral stocks up to a depth of 20 km using specially-equipped aircraft. The GSI was restructured into 5 Missions, respectively relating to "Baseline Surveys";"Mineral resource Assessments";"Geoinformatics";"Multi-disciplinary Geosciences"; and "Training and Capacity Building", on the basis of the Report of a High-level Committee chaired by Mr S.Vijay Kumar Additional Secretary in the Ministry of Mines of the Government of India.

HINDUSTAN AERONAUTICS LIMITED,BALANAGAR

REPORT ON INDUSTRIAL VISIT ORGANIZED BY ECE DEPARTMENT-MREC ON 15thDecember 2020 The Department of ECE has organized a industrial visit to“ Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, Bala Nagar, Hyderabad” on 15th and 16th December 2021 for the benefit of second,third year and final year students. Hindustan Aeronautics Limited is synonymous with the growth of the Aeronautical industry in India, for more than 79 years. Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) is responsible for the design, development, manufacture, repair and overhaul of aircraft, helicopters, engines and related systems like avionics, instruments and accessories. There is a simulation exhibition center at HAL, for the benefit of students. Ms. Revathi from the HAL unit explained the functions of Aero Engine. Displays of motorized cross sections of various models of Aero Engines, Real Engines such as Garret (for Dornier Aircraft), Adour (for Jaguar Aircraft) and Orpheus (for Kiran Aircraft) can be seen here, along with Ejection Seat with Parachute and Pushpak and Basant Aircrafts. The students also gained the knowledge about the working principles of radars, navigation, and identification systems of aircrafts and helicopters. They saw working models of solar power systems, biogas and hybrid windmills. The personnel at HAL also explained about alternate energy sources, and how to conserve natural resources and preserve the environment.A half-an-hour open interaction with the HAL team was very productive. It was a great experience for the students to interact with the professions. A video depicting the overall working methodology was also shown. The HAL team cleared many doubts which our students had about aircrafts.The Industrial Visit was a great benefit for the students – it helped them to directly acquire a practical and working knowledge of aircrafts. A Unique exhibit is the ATC Radar parched with L Band surveillance Radar having a range of 200 nautical miles which rotates at speed of 3-4 RPM, with the frequency of 1250-1350 MHZ and Meteorological Radar. Around 100 students of second year,75 students of third year B.Tech and 25 students of final year of ECE has attended and good feedbackgiven by them .This visit coordinated by Y.Murali,G.Madhavi,P.Sowjanya and G.SaiPrasanna.

SINGARENI COLLIERIES COMPANY LIMITED

50Students have visited different mines of sccl

ULTRETECH CEMENT PLANT

Ultra tech cement limited is the largest manufacture of cement in India. It operates 20 integrated units, 26 grinding units, 7 bulk terminals and one clinkerisation plant for grey cement. Ultra tech has a dealer and retailer network of over 80,000 partners across the country

KALESHWARAM PROJECT

The kaleshwaram Lift Irrigation project is a multipurpose irrigation project in kaleshwaram, Telangana. The discharge is more than 64, 27,900 acre feet or 280 TMC.

JURALA POWER PLANT

The Priyadarshini Jurala project is a dam on the Krishna River, situated about 15kms from Gadwal. The Jurala has a reservoir level of 1045ftand has a full capacity of 11.94 TMC. Jurala project was completed in 1995.

"T-HUB" HYDERABAD

An Industrial visit to “T-HUB” HYDERABAD was organized by the Department of Information Technology on Saturday, 29th February 2020. Sixty Seven Information Technology students and two faculties visited to “T-HUB” HYDERABAD to interact with the Software Industry experts to understand the current market scenarios, latest most- demanding technologies & criteria for selection etc. In this visit students were very eagerly waiting for listening to industrial higher authorities. The team has reached “T-HUB” HYDERABAD at 11.00am. We have welcomed by the front desk officers and the students were dived into number of batches for the interaction with the industry experts. The Technical Head of T-HUB presented a very informative session for the students. Also, he motivated the students to select their domain and area of interest for their projects. He also guided the students to focus on the areas like startup forums and its importance in the current software market. In is presentation, he insist about the projects under development and technologies used by T-HUB. Finally his session concluded with a brief introduction of T-HUB’s future plans and goals. Followed by the session, the Question- Answer session was concluded. Our students has involved and raised different questions to the Technical Head on current demanding technologies, market scenarios etc. and he cleared all the doubt and myths which was in students perception about the technologies and IT sector. The visit came to an end at 3.30 p.m.

132KV Sub station SHAPUR

On 4th January , 2020 at 10:00 am we reached at Shapur Sub Station. Introduction about Single Line Diagram, Different Protection Equipment, SCADA system. At the beginning, one of the assistant engineer explained all the essential component of the 220KV substation and explained one line diagram of Shapur substation. In addition they explained about SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) and various programming done in control room. From this visit, we got the information and practical knowledge about Power Distribution and Transmission. Students got the knowledge about different protection devices used in the substation. They got the idea how to read the one line diagram of power substation using different symbols used in diagram. Student cleared out practical knowledge of transformer as how it steps down voltage 220 KV to 132 KV. They also got knowledge about new SCADA based system as you can operate substation by manually or by command from computer using SCADA system and PLC programming. About 46 students were benefited from this visit as they got chance to discussion with assistant engineers working at Substation.

132KV Sub station JEEDIMETLA

Malla Reddy Engineering College had organised an industrial visit for students of EEE branch of 3rd years on Saturday,17th August 2019. it was a great exposure for students and we really appriciate this effort of management and our principal , Hod and faculties .it was a great opportunity for young budding electrical engineers to learn and interact with officers of the substation. Bus facilities were available everyone gathered in campus and together we headed towards JEEDIMETLA SUBSTATION. when we reached we submitted the letter and were greeted by sub engineer Mr. Vara prasad who later headed towards substation along with us. Then we went to the one end of the substation where the 220Kv power enters the substation. Then he explained how the power enters through Lightening arrester and going via different processes like bus isolator and line isolator and finally through transformers is send to various parts. Then we headed towards the very important phase of a substation i.e., Control room, a highly secured room with alarms and consists of roughly 5-6 systems and almost more than 10 operators taking care of the activities going on in substation. It was a very large room with relay feeder and battery(lead acid battery) equipped in it. And other equipments like auxiliary service panels ,MCCF(Motor Control Center with Fixed units) . I would like to conclude by saying that in this competitive world the need for students to get exposed to practical aspects of engineering and technology industry need not be over emphasized and students should be provided with these kinds of visits which shall help them in future to cope up with industries .

SINGARENI COLLIERIES COMPANY LIMITED

41 Students visited different mines of SCCL

MISSION BAGHIRATHA WATER SUPPLY STRUCTURES

Telangana drinking water supply corporation (TDWSCL) was established by the government to implement Mission Bhagiratha. 40TMC water is sourced from tanks and reservoirs, area range from 100 acres to 10000 acres.

400KV Sub Station MAMIDIPALLY

Malla Reddy Engineering College had organised an industrial visit for students of EEE branch of 3rd years on Saturday,22th December 2018. it was a great exposure for students and we really appreciate this effort of management and our principal , HOD and faculties .it was a great opportunity for young budding electrical engineers to learn and interact with officers of the substation. Bus facilities were available everyone gathered in campus and together we headed towards JEEDIMETLA SUBSTATION. when we reached we submitted the letter and were greeted by sub engineer Mr. Vara Prasad who later headed towards substation along with us. Then we went to the one end of the substation where the 220Kv power enters the substation. Then he explained how the power enters through Lightening arrester and going via different processes like bus isolator and line isolator and finally through transformers is send to various parts. Then we headed towards the very important phase of a substation i.e., Control room, a highly secured room with alarms and consists of roughly 5-6 systems and almost more than 10 operators taking care of the activities going on in substation. It was a very large room with relay feeder and battery(lead acid battery) equipped in it. And other equipment's like auxiliary service panels ,MCCF(Motor Control Center with Fixed units) . I would like to conclude by saying that in this competitive world the need for students to get exposed to practical aspects of engineering and technology industry need not be over emphasized and students should be provided with these kinds of visits which shall help them in future to cope up with industries .

132KV Sub station JEEDIMETLA

Malla Reddy Engineering College had organized an industrial visit for students of EEE branch of 3rd years on Saturday,21st July 2018. it was a great exposure for students and we really appreciate this effort of management and our principal , HOD and faculties .it was a great opportunity for young budding electrical engineers to learn and interact with officers of the substation. Bus facilities were available everyone gathered in campus and together we headed towards JEEDIMETLA SUBSTATION. when we reached we submitted the letter and were greeted by sub engineer Mr. Vara Prasad who later headed towards substation along with us. Then we went to the one end of the substation where the 220Kv power enters the substation. Then he explained how the power enters through Lightening arrester and going via different processes like bus isolator and line isolator and finally through transformers is send to various parts. Then we headed towards the very important phase of a substation i.e., Control room, a highly secured room with alarms and consists of roughly 5-6 systems and almost more than 10 operators taking care of the activities going on in substation. It was a very large room with relay feeder and battery(lead acid battery) equipped in it. And other equipment's like auxiliary service panels ,MCCF(Motor Control Center with Fixed units) . I would like to conclude by saying that in this competitive world the need for students to get exposed to practical aspects of engineering and technology industry need not be over emphasized and students should be provided with these kinds of visits which shall help them in future to cope up with industries .

Hutty gold mines, karnataka

50 students visited hutty gold mines located in karnataka

BIRLA RMC PLANT

Birla ready mix concrete plant corporation Limited is a producer of super quality cement setting new standards in construction and is subsidiary of Vicat Group. It is deployed the best in infrastructure and technology at every level to produce excellent cement quality.

BHARATHI CEMENT COOPERATION PVT LTD

Bharathi cement corporation Limited is a producer of super quality cement setting new standards in construction and is subsidiary of Vicat Group. It is deployed the best in infrastructure and technology at every level to produce excellent cement quality.

132KV Sub station JEEDIMETLA

Malla Reddy Engineering College had organized an industrial visit for students of EEE branch of 3rd years on 20th January 2018. it was a great exposure for students and we really appreciate this effort of management and our principal , HOD and faculties .it was a great opportunity for young budding electrical engineers to learn and interact with officers of the substation. Bus facilities were available everyone gathered in campus and together we headed towards JEEDIMETLA SUBSTATION. When we reached we submitted the letter and were greeted by sub engineer Mr. Vara Prasad who later headed towards substation along with us. Then we went to the one end of the substation where the 220Kv power enters the substation. Then he explained how the power enters through Lightening arrester and going via different processes like bus isolator and line isolator and finally through transformers is send to various parts. Then we headed towards the very important phase of a substation i.e., Control room, a highly secured room with alarms and consists of roughly 5-6 systems and almost more than 10 operators taking care of the activities going on in substation. It was a very large room with relay feeder and battery (lead acid battery) equipped in it. And other equipment’s like auxiliary service panels, MCCF (Motor Control Center with Fixed units). I would like to conclude by saying that in this competitive world the need for students to get exposed to practical aspects of engineering and technology industry need not be over emphasized and students should be provided with these kinds of visits which shall help them in future to cope up with industries.

400KV Sub Station MAMIDIPALLY

INDUSTRIAL VISIT TO JEEDIMETLA SUBSTATION (400Kv) Malla Reddy Engineering College had organized an industrial visit for students of EEE branch of 3rd years on 5th August 2017. it was a great exposure for students and we really appreciate this effort of management and our principal , HOD and faculties .it was a great opportunity for young budding electrical engineers to learn and interact with officers of the substation. Bus facilities were available everyone gathered in campus and together we headed towards JEEDIMETLA SUBSTATION. when we reached we submitted the letter and were greeted by sub engineer Mr. Vara Prasad who later headed towards substation along with us. Then we went to the one end of the substation where the 220Kv power enters the substation. Then he explained how the power enters through Lightening arrester and going via different processes like bus isolator and line isolator and finally through transformers is send to various parts. Then we headed towards the very important phase of a substation i.e., Control room, a highly secured room with alarms and consists of roughly 5-6 systems and almost more than 10 operators taking care of the activities going on in substation. It was a very large room with relay feeder and battery(lead acid battery) equipped in it. And other equipment's like auxiliary service panels ,MCCF(Motor Control Center with Fixed units) . I would like to conclude by saying that in this competitive world the need for students to get exposed to practical aspects of engineering and technology industry need not be over emphasized and students should be provided with these kinds of visits which shall help them in future to cope up with industries.

Cpri

Malla Reddy Engineering College had organised an industrial visit for students of EEE branch of 4th years on 4th August 2017. it was a great exposure for students and we really appriciate this effort of management and our principal , Hod and faculties .it was a great opportunity for young budding electrical engineers to learn and interact with officers of the Cpri.

SINGARENI COLLIERIES COMPANY LIMITED

50 Students visited diiferent mines in singareni collieries company limited

INDEXPO- Hitex Exhibition Grounds, Hyderabad, Telangana Visited on 11 Sep 2015

On 11th Sep 2015, 180 students of III and IV Year Mechanical Engineering Students along with 2 faculty members of Malla Reddy Engineering College (Autonomous) visited INDEXPO- Hitex Exhibition Grounds, Hyderabad. We left our college at 9:00 am and reached HMT by 10:30am. We travelled in a comfortable collage three bus with students and two teachers to guide us. Visit is important especially important in the field of Engineering as the practice of engineering has an inherent (and unavoidable) impact on society. These programs can be a powerful tool to constitute a positive industrial climate and can range from basic manufacturing system programs for students. Overall, the aim of all these visit to trains the students to adapting to changing scenario of technology. After visit students can identify their own efficiency and performance which important for their career, improving work efficiency and confidence.

Central Institute of Petrochemicals Engineering & Technology, Hyderabad Visited on 10 Sep 2015

On 10 Sep 2015, 125 students of III and IV Year Mechanical Engineering Students along with 2 faculty members of Malla Reddy Engineering College (Autonomous) visited CIPET, Hyderabad Telangana. We left our college at 9:00 am and reached Zonal Workshop by 10:30am. We travelled in a comfortable collage three bus with students and two teachers to guide us. Central Institute of Plastics Engineering & Technology (CIPET) was established in the year 1987 and is located in Hyderabad, Telangana. It was started to provide Training and Technical Services to the plastics and allied industries in the state of Telangana. It is well equipped with the state of the art facilities in Design, CAD/CAM/CAE, Tooling, Plastics Processing, Testing Departments, in order to meet the customer requirements by providing quality Training & Technical Services.

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