Phoenix

Phoenix, the student society associated with the department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, was formed on 20th September, 2005 by a group of six motivated students of batch 2006. The society formed with an aim to provide a platform to the students on which they enhance their practical knowledge and gain valuable experience in the industrial arena. The society aimed at conducting technical seminars by eminent personalities, workshops on various technical developments and organizing various technical events for the students in the college. 

The first event that took place was Electronics Quiz. After that the society has conducted various events on regular basis. The society is continuously increasing its work force year by year. It has been providing to the students a positive gradient.

In 2006-07, the major hits were the Rover, Radix and the Instant Khichari held at the intra-college tech fest "TECH@VIBRATIONS’06" and the strength of society increased to 28 volunteers and co-ordinators. In 2007-08, the robotics event "Robonoid" organised by the society in "TECH TRISHNA'08"- was the most popular technical event in the history of college.

Maintaining its trend of enhancing technical skills and sharpening young minds, Phoenix kept its journey on by conducting 'Ecrire de conquirer'- an online technical article writing competition. The articles with the maximum likes were rewarded. As always the event On Board Quiz was a big hit. The event VIBEQUP-"VIsual Buzzing and Entertaining QUiz of Puzzles was admired by all attracting intense participation. The final round held at amphitheatre gave an all way round fun and frolic entertainment to all with its multi-layered process.

In February’ 13, Phoenix family welcomed new faces and the strength reached a total of 45. Together with Samveg and Oorja, Phoenix conducted Robotrix classes to give a fundamental understanding of basic concepts involved in designing a robot. Keeping its statistics consistent - Robofestinate, organised during tech trishna'13 was again a great success. The other events organised during tech fest were Identomyst and Series parallel, which were equally appreciated and included mind tickling questions based on basic electrical and electronics engineering.

[SEMESTER 2016-17]

REPORT ON ‘DESOTRIX’ :

On 8th and 9th November our society PHOENIX conducted an event DESOTRIX. The event witnessed ample participation and enthusiasm from the students of every year.

The first round involved the solving of technical riddles and puzzles on the basis of which the students were given points which gave them benefit in the subsequent round.

The next day marked the beginning of the final round. This round involved circuit designing and students with lesser points could also increase their points by debugging few circuits made by our coordinators. The points were used to purchase various components and hence design the circuit.

The participants were being judged on various parameters like time taken to design the circuit, accuracy of the outputs, number of components used etc. and finally the winners were being agnized.

POSITION

NAME

BRANCH

STUDENT NO.

1

Prakhar Dixit

E.C.E.

1531171

 

Rishabh Singh

E.C.E.

1531025

 

Shashank Shekhar

I.T.

1513036

 

 

 

 

2

Keshav Kumar

C.S.E.

1510036

 

Himesh Goel

C.S.E.

1510136

 

Mayank Kumar

C.S.E.

1510005

 

 

 

 

3

Kartikey Dengre

M.E.

1540123

 

Chandra Dev

E.C.E.

1531055

 

Raghvendra Tiwari

M.E.

1640021

 

 Coordinators for DESOTRIX:

S. No.

NAME

YEAR

1.

Vaibhav Sundharam

III

2.

Rishabh Chaddha

III




REPORT ON ‘ROBOTRIX’17’ :

The three core technical societies of AKGEC namely PHOENIX, SAMVEG and OORJA conducted ROBOTRIX’17, an annual workshop on manual and autonomous robots on 11th and 12th February, 2017.

This workshop is annually conducted by all the three societies together which emphasize on basic knowledge of manual and autonomous robots.

It was conducted with the joint effort of PHOENIX, OORJA and SAMVEG. The workshop witnessed ample participation form first year students and they participated in the workshop with all zeal and enthusiasm.

 

Co-ordinators from TEAM PHOENIX

Sr. No.

Name

Year

1.

Naman Jain

III

2.

Siddharth Kumar

III

3.

Ujjwal Verma

III

4.

Kanak Garg

III

5.

Swati Gupta

III

6.

Ritwik Sinha

II

7.

Nitish Kumar

II

8.

Ayushi Singh

II

9.

Somya Goel

II

 

REPORT ON ‘RECRUITMENT PROCESS’ :

 Recruitment drive (S.A.Y. 2017) was conducted on 23rd February, 2017 by TEAM PHOENIX.

The recruitment process marked its beginning with a written round, where the personality, technical and aptitude skills of various students of E.C.E. and E.I. branches were tested.

A total of 200 aspirants had enrolled themselves for the written round. This written test was conducted in the strict vigilance of the coordinators of TEAM PHOENIX.

The deserving students, 23 in number qualified to the next round which was the personal interview round. Total of 23 students qualified for the final round. Each student who qualified for the interview round was interviewed by a panel of seven final year coordinators of TEAM PHOENIX. The panel comprised of the following members.

 

Sr.No.

Name

Branch

Year

1.

Souymendra Kumar

(Student Head)

ECE

IV

2.

Sana Nizam

(Co-Head)

ECE

IV

3.

Vijayant Saini

(Project Head)

EI

IV

4.

Shobhit Jukaria

(Technical Head)

ECE

IV

5.

Sandeep Gupta

ECE

IV

6.

Shraddha Singh

ECE

IV

7.

Madhavi Shukla

ECE

IV

 

After thorough discussion of the panel a balanced team of 12 students were recruited in the society as 1st year volunteers.

 

Sr. No.

NAME

BRANCH

STUDENT NUMBER

1.

ADITYA MISHRA

EI

1632022

2.

ALOK YADAV

EC-1

1631057

3.

APOORV JINDAL

EC-1

1631097

4.

MANSI KAPOOR

EI

1632026

5.

MIMANSHU MAHESHWARI

EC-2

1631162

6.

NEHA SAINI

EC-2

1631163

7.

SRISHTI SAHU

EI

1632010

8.

SHRUTI SINGH

EC-3

1631171

9.

SUMIT SINGH

EC-3

1631001

10.

TUSHAR PARASHAR

EC-3

1631164

11.

VARTIKA PARASHAR

EC-3

1631174

12.

YASHASWI DAS

EC-3

1631040

 

Co-ordinators for S.A.Y. 2017 :

Sr.No.

NAME

YEAR

1.

Souymendra Kumar

(Student Head)

IV

2.

Sana Nizam

(Co-Head)

IV

3.

Vijayant Saini

(Project Head)

IV

4.

Shobhit Jukaria

(Technical Head)

IV

5.

Pratyush Sharma

III

REPORT ON ‘ROBOFESTINATE’ :

ROBOFESTINATE, an annual robot racing event of Phoenix society, is going to be held on 6th and 7th April 2017.The event will comprise of parallel robot racing competition between two participants competing for the first position. The track will be a symmetrical branched structure comprising of fully autonomous and manual hurdles increasing the completion level and testing the controlling skills of the controller.

Coordinators

Sr.No.

NAME

YEAR

1.

Souymendra Kumar

(Student Head)

IV

2.

Sana Nizam

(Co-Head)

IV


PHOENIX : Events in 2016-17

ODD SEMESTER 2016-17

S. NO.

EVENT NAME

EVENT THEME

DATE

1.

RE-RECRUITMENT

FOR SECOND YEAR

2ND WEEK OF AUGUST,2016

2.

PLEXUS

ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS

LAST WEEK OF SEPTEMBER, 2016

3.

SEMINAR/WORKSHOP

EMERGING TRENDS IN ELECTRONICS

MID-OCTOBER, 2016

 

EVEN SEMESTER 2016-17

S. NO.

EVENT NAME

EVENT THEME

DATE

1.

ROBOTRIX

WORKSHOP ON MANUAL AND AUTONOMOUS ROBOTS

LAST WEEK OF JANUARY,2017

2.

RECRUITMENT

RECRUITMENT OF 1ST YEAR

1ST WEEK OF FEBRUARY, 2017

3.

DESOTRIX

LOGIC DESIGNS

LAST WEEK OF FEBRUARY, 2017

4.

TECH-TRISHNA

 

MID-MARCH, 2017

a.)

ROBOFESTINATE

ROBO RACE

 

b.)

IDENTOMYST

PUZZLES AND CIRCUITS

 


*PROJECTS BASED ON CONCEPTS OF ELECTRONICS WILL BE CARRIED OUT BY THE STUDENTS OF PHOENIX SOCIETY THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.

[2015-2016]

EVENT 1: 2nd YEAR RECRUITMENT

1st Round: - In the first round, we have conducted a written test for the students which consists questions from different fields like electronics, current affairs, general aptitude etc. just to know the mental ability of the student. 40 students were selected in this round.

2nd Round: - In the second round, the shortlisted students have to go through the personal interview which is taken by the 3rd year &4th   year students. After through long interview process, 15 students were selected.

S.No                NAME                                           Std. No.                  Year        Branch

1              CHHAVI CHAUDHARY                      1432002                    2             ECE

2              KANAK GARG                                   1431145                     2             ECE

3              NAMAN JAIN                                     1431154                     2             ECE

4              PRATYUSH SHARMA                       1431024                     2            ECE

5              RISHABH CHADHA                           1432008                     2            EI           

6              SAURABH SINGH                             1431061                   2            ECE

7              SHALINI GUPTA                                1431019                     2            ECE

8              SIDDHARTH KUMAR                        1431052                     2            ECE

9              SWAPNIL RAJ                                   1431032                    2            ECE

10            SWATI GUPTA                                   1432043                     2            ECE

11            UJJWAL VERMA                                1432022                     2            EI

12            UNNATI SRIVASTAVA                        1431192                     2            ECE

13            URVASHI MISHRA                             1431027                     2           ECE

14            VAIBHAV CHOPRA                            1432014                     2            EI

15            VAIBHAV SUNDHARAM                    1431014                     2            ECE


REPORT ON PLEXUS‘15

(1)Pre-Event Round: This was an optional round for those students who wished to take a head start. All they needed to do was message a technical article they like to the official page of Phoenix on Facebook and accordingly, their articles were posted. The top TWO articles with maximum likes got a point advantage.


(2)First Round: This was a pen-paper cum visual round. A 20-marks question paper was set, that included 10 questions of logos of popular technical companies and 10 questions based on taglines of popular electronic brands, each question carried 1 mark.

The second part of this round involved a video based on emerging technologies shown to the participants, such as 5G technology, Internet of Things, etc., followed by a couple of questions based on the same, each had a weightage of 5 marks.

Based on the pre-round and the above stated round, 15 teams having the maximum marks in minimum time would be shortlisted for the final round.

This round helped the students exercise their brains in finding the appropriate and the most suitable article. This made them go through a variety of new technologies. The paper round tested and enhanced their knowledge about popular companies.


(3)Final Round: The teams eligible for this round were given a riddle. The solution of the riddle gave the name of a place in the college, for example BB Shed, Canteen, etc. The teams needed to solve the riddle and get to the place. Once they reached the given spot, they were given a sealed envelope. They brought it back to the starting point, without tampering the seal. The catch was such that three teams were supposed to reach one spot, the team reaching first progressed. So, this was a race against time as well as other teams.

Once the team reached the starting point, the seal of the envelope was opened. There was another riddle that gave the name of a famous scientist. The team doing both the jobs, bringing back the envelope and deciphering the name of the scientist, in the minimum amount of time secured maximum points.

This was followed by a rapid fire quiz having questions from domains like communication, space, embedded etc. The cumulative points of all these parts decided the winner. In case of a tie, another tie-breaker buzzer round was supposed to be conducted but no such situation arose.


After a couple of fun-filled days, the following students took the honours:

1st Prize:

Team ID: 2046

 Shivam Jindal EC-3, 3rd year
 Shikhar Singh EC-3, 3rd year


2nd Prize:

Team ID: 1001

Paras Narula EI, 2nd year
Shivang Maurya ME-3, 1st year


3rd Prize:

Team ID: 2001

Shashank Shekhar IT-1,1st year
Ashutosh Tripathi EN-1, 1st year

CO-ORDINATORS:

VIJAYANT SAINI      EI       3rd year

SOUMYENDRA KUMAR   ECE   3rd year

 

[2014-2015]

NAME OF EVENT 1: 2nd YEAR RECRUITMENT

Date: 1st AUG, 2014

Venue: LT complex

Number of participants: 173

No. of selected students: 14


NAME OF THE EVENT 2: 1st YEAR RECRUITMENT

Date: 8th February, 2015

Venue: LT Complex

No. of Participation: 219

No. of Student selected: 14


NAME OF EVENT 3: ROBOTRIX WORKSHOP

Date: 2nd FEBRUARY, 2015

Venue: SEMINAR HALL

No. Of Participants: 523

.
NAME OF EVENT 4- ROBO FESTINATE

Date: 14th MARCH, 2015

Venue: AMPHI THEATRE

No. of Participants

Total team- 106

Total participants- 380

 

PROCESS:

PRELIMS: Pre round was involved in short listing top 16 teams for the final round in which there were five circular tracks with hurdles and the participating teams who qualified in the least amount of time qualified for the final round.

FINAL: The final round was between the top 16 teams in which every pair of team had to race their robots through the palm shaped track and the order of complexity of the hurdles increased as the teams got shortlisted to top 8 and to top 4 and further to the final two. In the final race the team who reached the finish line after completing the block tasks ended as the winner of the event.

JUDGES:

Mr.Devesh Singh

Mr.DevvratTyagi

OVERALL FACULTY COORDINATOR:

Dr. Rahul Vivek Purohit

COORDINATORS:

Sunil Saini (4th year)

Isha Bansal (4th year)

Devesh Mishra (3rd year)

Winners:

NAME

TT ID

POSITION

COLLEGE

YEAR/BRANCH

Ashish Bansal

TT1189

1ST

AKGEC

3/ ME

Anshuman Chauhan

TT2555

1ST

AKGEC

3/ ME

Bhawna Bedi

TT1394

1ST

AKGEC

3/ ME

Bharat Tripathi

TT2556

1ST

AKGEC

3/ ME

Gaurav Verma

TT4219

2ND

ABES EC

2/ ECE

Neeraj Kumar

TT2623

2ND

ABES EC

2/ ME

Rupesh Kushwaha

TT3373

2ND

ABES EC

2/ EN

Shashwat Srivastava

TT2863

2ND

ABES EC

2/ CSE

Nishith Kumar Singh

TT3473

3RD

AKGEC

4/ ME

Rishabh Maurya

TT4357

3RD

IEC-CET

4/ CE

Vishaw Vijay Vardan

TT4360

3RD

IEC-CET

4/ ME

Ashutosh Singh

TT4361

3RD

IEC-CET

4/ ME


NAME OF EVENT 5-IDENTOMYST

Date: 15th FEBRUARY, 2015

Venue:  BACK BLOCK SHED

Total Team - 172

Participants- 344

JUDGES:

Mr.Abhijeet Upadhyay

Mr.Himanshu Nagpal

OVERALL FACULTY COORDINATOR:

Dr. Rahul Vivek Purohit

COORDINATORS:

Shubham Patel (4th year)

Sugandha Singh (4th year)

Neha Yadav (3rd year)

Winners:

NAME

TT ID

POSITION

COLLEGE

BRANCH/YEAR

Prashant Shrawan

TT1247

1ST

AKGEC

CSE/3

Sumedha Agarwal

TT2917

1ST

AKGEC

CSE/3

Rishabh Jain

TT1657

2ND

AKGEC

ECE/2

Mahima Sharma

TT1754

2ND

AKGEC

ECE/2

Utkarsh Sharma

TT1234

3RD

AKGEC

ME/1

Sanyam Gupta

TT1204

3RD

AKGEC

IT/1


For more detail kindly log on to www.facebook.com/phoenix.akgec.

Faculty coordinator:- Asst. Prof. Dushyant Singh Chauhan / Asst. Prof. Nilufar Yasmin

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