IILM College of Engineering and Technology

Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality- what is the concept? Net Neutrality seems to be ‘talk of time’ word refers to providing freedom of equality while using internet services.Net neutrality is a tenet which provides that an internet service provider should treat all the data equally on the internet and do not discriminate among or charge differently between different Read more

Our experiment with Automatic Tyre Inflation System

Automatic (self) Tyre Inflation System is designed by Mechanical students to maintain a recommended level of pressure inside the tires by sensing even a small reduction in pressure. For sensing a reduction in pressure level a pressure transducer is installed that measure pressure inside the tires and send a feedback signal to control circuit. Purpose Read more

Vedic Mathematics for Engineers

Vedic Mathematics is the ancient system of mathematics which was rediscovered by Sri Bharati Krishna Tirthaji Maharaj from the Vedas during 1911 to 1918. The entire Vedic mathematics is based on sixteen sutras also called word formulae and attests to a unified structure of mathematics. In the present era of digitization, engineering community is working Read more

Being Ethical – Not an Option but A Compulsion

Ethics as a subject is taught at almost all levels of education that one goes through—be at home, school, college or postgraduate curriculum. Though ethical considerations in case studies are used as an educational tool in Management Curriculum, yet we find that in the race for business profits in the highly competitive business environment, ethics Read more

Earn More, Save More and Spend More

What every individual needs to learn about money management “Earn More, Save More and Spend More” is a simple three step process to be followed in order. The order is very important here. First earn, then save and then spend whatever is left. And if you really want to spend more then you need to Read more

Unlocking the value of hitherto unvoiced ‘Weeds’, Generating mass awareness – Addressing pollution concerns

On the occasion of World Environment Day – June 5th “A Weed is a Weed, because we are told, it’s a weed; but it is also a plant, a flower, a thing of beauty” – ekp Weeds cropping up unceremoniously every now and then around us, incumbent various beneficial properties including medicinal, serve as Pollutant Read more