Maintaining the trend, At the ‘Aero Design Challenge-2021,’ a seven-member team from Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) came in second place recently. The SAEISS Aero Design Challenge is aimed at promoting and developing Indian expertise and experience in unmanned systems technology at the university and college levels.
The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) India Southern Section awarded a team of seven students from the Departments of Mechanical Engineering and Electronics and Communication Engineering at Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) second place in the ‘Aero Design Challenge-2021′ (SAEISS).
The team came in second place in the regular category for “Design.” The SAE is a global leader in the auto transportation industry, promoting development and improvement.
Prof. Najma Akhtar, Vice-Chancellor, JMI, congratulated team members and stated that receiving a medal from such an exclusive association as SAE is a significant boost to JMI’s teaching-learning capacity and image as a leading school.
This competition drew more than 60 teams from engineering institutes across India. On August 3, 2021, the results were announced. Prof. S.M. Muzakkir, Department of Mechanical Engineering, JMI, guided the team in the design of the Fixed Wing Unmanned Vehicle.
The team, which included four females (including the team leader) and three boys from the Departments of Mechanical Engineering and Electronics and Communication Engineering, placed second in the normal category for “Design.”
Emama Firdaus Zama leads the Lammergeier team, which also comprises Elham Nissar Mahajan, Kanza Zafar, Reda Fatma Mobin, Hitesh Tyagi, Rahul Goyal, and Zishan Shahzad. Professor S Muzakkir of the Mechanical Engineering department advised the JMI team on the design of a Fixed Wing Unmanned VehicleQ.
They have been appreciated nationally as well as by the education minister for such tremendous achievement which not only made the nation proud but also maintained the image of JMI in the good books internationally.
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