Seminar on Electric Vehicle Innovation Challenge organized by HCST in collaboration with Agra Smart City
E-vehicles are the Effective and Permanent Solution to the Problem of Pollution
There was a discussion on the innovation of electric vehicles in Hindustan College of Science and Technology Mathura, a prestigious institute of Sharda Group. Mr. Anuj Kumar, Joint Commissioner (Industry) Agra was the Chief Guest, Mr. Anand Menon, Vice-Chairman of Vishisht Agra Smart City, Mr. Ardhya Sardar, Head of Automotive Research Technology and Mr. Shantanu Chaturvedi of I-CREATE, Government of Gujarat were the special guests of the program.
The program started with lighting the lamp in front of Maa Saraswati and recited Saraswati Vandana. Director of the institute Dr. Rajiv Kumar Upadhyay welcomed all the guests by presenting them with saplings.
On this occasion the director of the institute, Dr. Rajiv Kumar Upadhyay, inspired the students to put their ideas on the ground. He said that this skill is in the students of today. He explained in detail about electric vehicle start up.
The Chief Guest Mr. Anuj Kumar thanked Hindustan College for providing this opportunity and said that it is time for electric vehicles in future as the fossil fuels are decreasing continuously. Pollution will also be affected due to the arrival of e-vehicle. In today's time every human being is affected by the smoke and noise coming out of the vehicles. E-vehicles will also reduce pollution. He announced the 2030 Government of India.
Special guest Shri Anand Menon told about Agra Smart City. He said that the Smart City Mission was started in 2016. In the beginning, everyone tried hard to bring their city into a smart city, under this the government took the opinion of the people. With this, the government made the major problems in their city known directly to the people, for which the government created a mobile app 'MyGov'. Apart from this, every city also made mobile apps for their cities. He also told about the efforts made to make Agra a smart city.
The special guest Shri Ardhya Sardar, while thanking Hindustan College, described the danger to the earth due to the environment and rising temperature, due to which he attributed pollution. He said that this problem will be solved with the advent of e-vehicle. He described the greenhouse gas produced from fossil fuels as very dangerous. Describing the e-vehicle, he said that the capacity of e-vehicle will be more than petrol and diesel vehicles and the speed will also be more in future.
On this occasion, Shri Shantanu Chaturvedi, while thanking Hindustan College, explained the purpose of ICreate. He told that I Create was started as a start up. Today, I-CREATE has made a very important contribution in the matter of innovation in Gujarat. He said about e-vehicle that the reason for e-vehicle being expensive is not to make it in the country. He expressed hope that soon India will manufacture its own e-vehicle. He asked the students for their views on this and said that for this ICreate is organizing a national competition in which the first prize is 10 lakhs, the second prize is 7.5 lakhs and the third is 5 lakhs. After that the students expressed their views.
The program was conducted by the Deputy Head of the Department of Electronics and Communication, Smt. Rupali Mahajan and Smt. Poonam Singh, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science.
Dr. T.S.Senthil the coordinator of the program proposed the vote of thanks.
On this occasion Dean Faculty Dr. Harendra Singh, Dean R & D. Prof. MS Gaur, Dean Student Welfare Dr. Sandeep Agarwal, Dean Academics Mr. Vijay Katta, Dr. Munish Khanna, Mr. Anurag Vajpayee, Dr. Ajay Sharma, Mr. Sanjay Singh, Dr. Richa Kapoor, Mr. Mukund Lal, all the teachers of the institute and Students were present.