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In the decider, Anibal Vega, at the DY Patil stadium. Bhagwat said every school should have a cyber awareness group constituting teachers, he said.builder and architect of the building would ease political pressure on the civic administration to take action against such constructions, Jatar said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Updated: April 1 2014 1:56 am The initiative aims at providing hands-on learning infrastructure to engineering students express archive Related News Robots that can sow seeds in a farm robots that can remove weeds robots used for fertilizing crops and robots that can even pluck fruits from trees — these were some of the final entries presented at the e-Yantra Robotics Competition (e-YRC) this year at Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT-B) on March 28 This year e-YRC used robotics to develop indigenous solutions in the field of ‘Urban Agriculture’ The objective of the competition this year was to bring awareness to problems in the agriculture domain by assigning themes that involve processes in this domain The ministry of human resource development (MHRD) sponsors e-YRC under the National Mission for ICT in Education (NMEICT) programme The initiative aims at providing hands-on learning-infrastructure to engineering students who have limited access to labs and mentors Through e-YRC lab the overall mission is to grow a rich eco-system of ideas and applications through intelligent funnelling of robotics in the day-to-day life developed by students working on such projects at engineering colleges in the area of embedded systems More than 6000 students had registered for e-YRC 2013 from across the country of which only 80 members (20 teams) were shortlisted for the competition “e-YRC-2013 aims at bringing awareness to problems in the agriculture domain by assigning themes that involve processes in this vital domain Four themes are used as exemplars of important stages in the agriculture production lifecycle: seeding weeding fertilizing and harvesting Student teams from across the country worked on prototypes of robots such as the Seed Sowing robot Weeding robot Fertilizing robot and Fruit Plucking robot” said Prof Kavi Arya principal investigator Project E-Yantra The pan-India robotics competition is open to all undergraduate students of engineering Each group gets to program a given robotic platform to solve a given problem with the given resources in 12 weeks Dr Saraswathi Kirthivasan senior program manager of e-Yantra said “The e-YRC provides a platform for students to demonstrate their knowledge and programming skills in Embedded system and Robotics to solve real life problems with the given hardware” Kirthivasan added “What sets this competition apart is its unique model While other competitions expect students to build their own robots e-Yantra presents them with a robot developed (robotic kit) at IIT-Bombay and expects them to develop solutions to pre-set tasks using these robots This makes robotics accessible to students across a variety of disciplines and from remote regions” The competition will be followed by e-Yantra symposium to be held on April 10 and April 11 Winning team members will get an opportunity to do internships at IIT Bombay during summer vacations [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News The PMC initiated action against nine structures in three areas.s movement seeking control of the Annadale ground from the Army, in Shimla on Tuesday, Auto-rickshaw drivers will also be required to get counter signature from the respective transport authority of either Uttar Pradesh or Haryana.

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