IILM College of Engineering and Technology

Is a multidisciplinary skill demand of today’s corporate world?

A few years back, we were familiar only to the concept of interdisciplinary or interdisciplinary skill sets that means an individual should work on the boundary of his/her educational discipline in the organization or a student should learn interdisciplinary subjects of one domain.  Nowadays the scenery changes and the work culture of the origination/business world Read more

Prediction of Computer science and engineering in India 2035

Why computer science and engineering is the first choice branch for every student, let’s find out with a few futuristic approaches. Introduction: A very drastic change has been counted in recent the history of computer science. Millions of engineer devoted their experience and technical skills for upgrading our’s life stranded. In 2035 computer science and Read more

Futuristic Scope of Civil Engineering in 2020s

In the current decade, Demonetization, RERA, and GST behaved like a Tsunami in the construction industry, and due to this, the market has changed very dramatically, that desperate the core sectors like Civil Engineering.  Loss of jobs, unavailability of labor, less new project launches, unable to complete projects, unavailability of funds with the companies, etc. Read more

ROLE OF LABORATORY PRACTICE IN ENGINEERING

Engineering is the branch of science and technology concerned with the design, building, and use of engines, machines, and structures. The laboratory is inseparable from engineering as former is the particular face where something is artfully designed. A laboratory is a place where students perform in action whatever they study in class. Students sense a Read more

LIGHT TRANSMITTING CONCRETE

In achieving a milestone in the scientific advancement in construction materials, a Light transmitting concrete called LiTraCon has been developed. It is also known as translucent concrete.  It is one of the newest, most functional, revolutionary and brightest building material developed in recent years A Hungarian architect by name Aron Losonczi developed LiTraCon in 2001. Read more

Green Infrastructure and smart concepts sparkled civil engineering

In this rapid era of Urbanization, cities and its citizens should consider its urban environment as an asset and contribute towards the sustainability of cities. For the further few decades, the risk of extreme events as with increasing urbanization are climate change, management of solid waste, production of electricity with renewable sources become very challenging Read more

The Reality of 4G in India

Despite having a 4G network, Indians are still suffering from buffering. The average 4G LTE data speed in India stands at 6.1Mbps, while the global average is 17 Mbps. According to mobile analytics company open signal, 4G download speed in India is slowest across 88 countries spanning six continents. Even if subscribers in countries like Read more

Drone Base Stations: The future of 5G and beyond Cellular Systems!!

The Low Altitude Platforms (LAPs), aka Drones, are becoming the latest trend for their usability in multiple applications including search and rescue operations, surveillance, disaster recovery, transportation, agriculture, etc. But now we can see their roles emerging into commercial sector and a future prospective in the field of advanced communications. The Facebook Drone Project[1] and Google Read more

Significance of Mental Health Awareness for Students

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Mental Health is defined as “a state of wellbeing in which every individual realizes his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community.” State of wellbeing of Read more

Why Cognitive radio will be lifebloodfor future 5G wireless systems?

The attention of telecom operators and companies have finally shifted towards 4G wireless systems to provide broadband mobile services to widespread users any time, any place and anywhere. However, surge in mobile traffic and demand for more sophisticated broadband mobile services has attracted the attention of think-tanks and major telecom industry players towards tighter integration Read more