Heartiest congratulations to MAIT team to become the most proactive teams of e-Yantra TBT-2018
Faculty Lab Incharge: Mr. Alok Kumar Sharma, Mr. Anupam Kumar,Mr Yogesh Sharma
IoT lab is setup with the aim to encourage students to learn with IOT technology, rather than merely learning about the IOT. Internet of Things represents an ideal basis for a wide--‐ranging and rigorous introduction to computing, from algorithms to networks, from hardware architectures to big data. Using the Internet of Things as a foundation for teaching computer science also encourages a participative and collaborative pedagogic approach.
e-Yantra – a project in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), IIT Bombay - is a flagship project of MHRD through the National Mission on Education through ICT (NMEICT) to spread Embedded systems and Robotics education in colleges across India. It is designed as a scalable and sustainable approach that addresses infrastructure creation and teacher training – to create an eco-system at the colleges to impart effective engineering education.
Vaibhav Gupta, Sahil Arora, Hari Om Singh, Rupesh Kumar won the e-Yantra Robotics competition (2018-2019) held at IIT Bombay in the theme Homecoming (Team ID 172).
e-Yantra Ideas Competition (eYIC)-2019
Heartiest congratulations to MAIT team to become the most proactive teams of e-Yantra TBT-2018.
eLSI-2018 | Two days workshop atIIT Bombay under the e-Yantra Lab Setup Initiative (eLSI) program.
eYRC-2017 |CSE students won first prize at e-Yantra (eYRC-2017) Robotics Competition.