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Students Projects

Students are encouraged to do innovative projects inhouse. Best student projects are awarded Annually.

Some of the projects that have been done for college are RFID based Library Management Software – by IT and ECE Departments, Attendance management system using biometrics, and Exam section automation.

“Projects in Engineering” – a mix of innovation, talent, and application of knowledge addressing the societal needs. Student projects in Engineering are also expected to be practical application of their knowledge to address existing problems. But these days student projects in Engineering started revenue generating businesses for many cashing on the fact that there is lack of ideas and lack of talent. 
Ideally, the students must visit places, organizations, factories, etc and try to find out how people work, study the environments and try to pick up a problem they could probably address. This is how a project idea sprouts. Ideas can then be converted to models that can demonstrate the solution to the problem. The models can then be promoted to the industry which can buy the idea if found suitable. Any research idea can also be taken which could lead to a publication and further research on the topic. Basically the ideas should be practically useful. The user of the product should be kept in mind while doing the project. Working on a project definitely gives a very good experience which forms the most vital part in shaping an engineer for the industry needs. 
NMREC students presented their projects in the annual projects exhibition held on 14th and 15th March 2013. The annual projects exhibition is a platform to exhibit and demonstrate the most innovative and path-breaking projects of all the Young and Inquisitive students. The basic idea of this “Project Expo” is to create an interactive platform and provide the technology enthusiasts an opportunity to showcase their works. It has been a great show by all the final year and first year students where many innovative models that are very much useful to the society have been presented. Their efforts have been appreciated by the visitors and even the press.

                                   Department of Information Technology
Academic Projects - 2012-2013
Privacy & Integrity-Preserving Range Queries in Sensor Networks                                                        
             The architecture of two-tired sensor networks, where storage nodes serve as an intermediate tier between sensors and a sink for storing data and processing queries, has been widely adopted because of the benefits of power and storage saving for sensors as well as the efficiency of query processing. However, the importance of storage nodes also makes them attractive to attackers. In this paper, we propose SafeQ, a protocol that prevents attackers from going information from both sensor collected data and sink issued queries.
Students: M.Srinivas, M.Sainath, P.Bhavani& V.Sureshkumar
Guide: K.Sunanda, Asst.Professor

RFID Cash Card Implementation of Hostel and Canteen Management System
              The aim of the project is to develop a hostel and canteen management system with the help of our application and RFID tags which makes human intervention less and helps in easy maintenance of records in the database. Presently it is limited to our college later it can be used by any hostel and canteen of any organization
Students: B.Sneha,K.V.N.Sowjanya,M.Sruthi & Y.Sheshnath
Guide:B.Nagalaxmi, Asst.Professor

Improvement of MIS of Indian Railways Institute of Signal Engineering and Telecommunication (IRISET)
             The module proposed to be developed such that it would be routed by training section and faculty is supposed the fill the form when received and when sent to next faculty and simultaneously fill the marks obtained in his subject, which would saved in the database. 
Students: K.Jhansi,K.Amrutha Varsha,M.Vishva Prathipati & T.Grishma
Guide: K.Srinivas, Asst.Professor
External Guide: Prof.K.V.Reddy,IRISET & M.Umapathy, Instructor, IRISET
Network Packet Route Tracer of Web Request      
Many web applications use IP address to find the geographical location of the web site visitors. Finding Geo-location using IP address is normally done by our application. This tool mostly used in network trouble shooting to identify the routing problems. The Route Tracer helps you to trace, identify and monitor your network activity on world map using the famous Google API or Microsoft Virtual Earth API. You can trace all the routers available from source to destination based on the URL given. The Network Packet Route Tracer provides clearly legible, well-formatted output by providing easy to understand numbers and well-explained results. You get information like: Time To Live of Returned Packets, Packet data size of returned packets, Round Trip Time of hop attempts.  

Students: P.Sumalatha,P.Vinay,SM.Sowndarya&T.Anusha
Guide: Chaitanya Bharathi, Asst.Professor

Accessing Health Record as Mobile Application

 New realities are placing pressures on the healthcare industry, and how patient care is delivered. Rising hospital management costs, an aging population, a shortage of healthcare workers, challenges in accessing services, timely availability of information, issues of safety and quality, and rising consumerism are some of the facts of today’s healthcare system. Our project Health Record in Android provides easiest way for all the doctors, patients and others to get all the information needed as quick as possible from anywhere in the world. Once the user registered in this he/she will get a unique username and password. After login the user has an ability to view his/her profile like which medicine is assigned to him and also his check up details within the mobile only. The doctors can search the patients and also view the patient profile and gives a medicine to the patient. After login the nurse has an ability to update the patient check up details.
Students: B.Krishna Chaitanya, B.Sindhuja ,P.Nithil & V.Sai Jyothi
Guide: K.Srinivas, Asst.Professor

Android Mobile Application for Railways
         Based on user request the project Metro provides the exact local train details including its distance, timings, and cost based on distance, nearby stations for mobile user. Users getting information about local trains is based on information stored in the database. Every user can easily know how to use this Metro application, and search the local train timings through their mobiles and no need to go for internet. Users also know about the local train information while they enter any required train, to know timing of that particular local train based on by station, by train name and by from source  to destination. This application provides the cost details based on distance from where to where. Metro application also provides train availability based on users requirement.
Guide:G.Tirumaleswari, Asst.Professor

Decision making in clustering using Pearson correlation
         The project is completely a research oriented work.  As the title conveys that the project works for clustering of large amounts of data specifically through K-means clustering algorithm. Another algorithm used in this system is a Pearson correlation used for finding the correlation coefficient or the relation between the different variable sets. 
Students:G.Yashwanth Kumar,M.Kavya,P.Sampath&J.Bhagyasree
Guide:Srilatha, Asst.Professor

Effective Collaboration with Information Sharing In Virtual Universities
         Sharing the information in knowledge based fields like IT has different developers to provide various learning systems with low cost. While a variety of e-learning advantages has been recognized for a long time and many advances in e-learning systems have been implemented, the needs for effective information sharing in a secure manner have to date been largely ignored, especially for virtual university collaborative environments. Even though there is possibility to share information which is not secured. So, the information sharing of virtual universities usually occurs in broad, highly dynamic network-based environments, and formally accessing the resources in secure manner posses a difficult and vital challenge. This project aims to build a new regulation-based framework to recognize and tackle issues of distributed in virtual university environments through role-based access control (RBAC) management. The framework includes a role-based group delegation granting model, group delegation revocation model, authorization granting and authorization revocation.
K.Srikanth,S.Srinivasa Raj Mohan,B.Kishore Babu&K.Naveen Kumar
Guide:K.Sriravali, Asst.Professor
External Guide: P.B.Ramakrishna, Sr.Deputy General Manager, ECIL

Educational Multimedia Server
        This project is aimed at developing an Online Multimedia Server that is of importance to either an Educational Institution or a college. The system (EMS) is an Intranet based application that can be accessed throughout the institution or a specified department. The system consists of an Admin level user, Faculty user and Student user. The student can register for any course and view videos or photo albums and PPT's, PDF's of the course materials in the website. The admin user can upload videos, photo albums. These videos could be played in the browser or by downloading. This site also consists of Forum, Online Exam and also College news updates.
Students:J.Sushma,M.Manikanta,N.Prashanth Reddy&P.Divya Jyothi
Guide:K.Sunanda, Asst.Professor

Implementation of IP sec VPN's & its configuration on ISP network.
         Internet Protocol Security (IP sec) is a protocol suite for securing Internet Protocol(IP) communications by authenticating and encrypting each IP packet of a communication session. IP sec also includes protocols for establishing mutual authentication between agents at the beginning of the session and negotiation of cryptography keys to be used during the session. IP sec is an end-to-end security scheme operating in the Internet Layer of the Internet Protocol Suite. It can be used in protecting data flows between a pair of hosts(host-to-host), between a pair of security gateways (network-to-network), or between a security gateway and a host (network-to-host). IP sec is officially specified by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in a series of Request for Comments documents addressing various components and extensions. It specifies the spelling of the protocol name to be IP sec. A virtual private network (VPN) is a technology for using the Internet or another intermediate network to connect computers to isolated remote computer networks that would otherwise be inaccessible. A VPN provides security so that traffic sent through the VPN connection stays isolated from other computers on the intermediate network. VPNs can connect individual users to a remote network or connect multiple networks together. For example, a user may use a VPN to connect to their work computer terminal from home and access their email, files, images, etc. Through VPNs, users are able to access resources on remote networks, such as files,  printers, databases, or internal websites. VPN remote users get the impression of being directly connected to the central network via a point-to-point link.
Students:G.Ramya,P.Vijay,V.Sowjanya&Vanitha Joshi
Guide:K.Sriravali, Asst.Professor
 External Guide:A.Balasubramaniam,JTO,BSNL

RFID Based Library Management System
         This project is developed for providing comfort to the library staff, students and faculty by using RFID. This will provide easy access to all books available in the library and will serve as a catalogue. The mission of the Library Management System Project based on RFID is to create an integrated information about the books for students and faculty inside and outside the campus.
Students:J.Saisree,K.Reshma,K.Uday Kiran Reddy&N.Sravani
Guide:B.Nagalaxmi, Asst.Professor

Online Placement Cell Management System
        With OPCMS the user may control their information, the provider may promote their opportunities, the student can take action to apply for any vacancy and the placements coordinator may control all features. Being on the web, all information may be accessed from anywhere anytime.
Students: D.Priyanka,J.Prathima,M.Ravindra&P.Sivaparvathi
Guide: Chaitanya Bharathi, Asst.Professor

Operations, Maintenance, Administration & Provisioning (OAMP)Management of DWDM Network
        3rd generation Digital Transmission Network on OFC are DWDM (Dense Wave Division Multiplexing) based.  In this network wave lengths up to 40, 80 or 120 or more as per ITU-T grid are multiplexed into optical line signal to carry information over long haul network.  Each wave length carries client signals of 1G / 2.5G / 10G as multiples up to 100G capacity and thus making possible the information super high way. Management of such vast network over longhaul with several Add Drop MUX, Digital Cross - connects is a challenging task, as it involves operations, administration, maintenance and provisioning as per desired traffic matrix and client interfaces. Network elements of DWDM Network are controlled through centralized NMS through IP and there are certain tools to take care of provisioning of circuits, performance monitoring, maintenance data assimilation and administrative control. In this project existing NMS platform is studied and tools are developed to achieve the above functionalities of management.
Students: A.S.R.Yeshaswani, C.Sameera& N.Shunmuka Priya
Guide: K.C.Arun, Associate Professor
External Guide: P.V.Sreekanth, General Manager, RailTel Corporation India

Secured Java Web-Based Compiler
     As it is a competitive world and very fast world, everything in the universe is based on internet. In this internet world all the things are on-line. So we created software called “SECURED JAVA WEB-BASED COMPILER”. The main aim of this project is we can easily write a java program, compile it and debug in on-line. The client machine doesn’t have Java Development Kit (JDK).It is directly connected to the server. The server having java compiler executes the java code and produce the error message to the appropriate client machine.
Students: D.V.M.Sastry,G.Sairoja,K.Tejaswi,V.Anjireddy
Guide: Rohini, Asst.Professor

Attendance and Academic Management System
The project is aimed at replacing the existing Attendance and Academics Management system of NMREC which maintains the student records in excel sheets with an efficient software which maintains the student records of NMREC in a centralized database.
Students: K.Surya Prakash,N.Venkat Ramana Reddy&U.Venkat Teja,
Guide:K.C.Arun, Associate Professor

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering 
Department of EEE has guided many student projects based on current topics. A small review of some of the projects is given below. The department has well qualified dedicated staff and is trying to bring the creative nature of students to terminate in good projects useful for their career growth.
“Foot Power Generation using E-Waste”
Lots of electronic components are thrown as wastage when some of unserviceable computer peripherals, scanners, printers etc are thrown as wastage. The project aims at producing Electrical power assembling some of the waste components in to a working model shown in the picture. This unit is fitted below the pathway of small corridors where pedestrians walk. The energy of footsteps activates spring placed under platform and produce electricity through some of E-Waste motors. During the daytime the power is stored in the battery and utilized in the time for corridor lighting.
.“A Hybrid wind solar Energy system; Rectifier stage topology”
This project is based on utilization of Non Conventional Energy resources of Wind and Solar in remote areas to produce Electrical Power. These two sources are connected to backup power.
This project presents a new system configuration of the front-end rectifier stage for a hybrid wind/photovoltaic energy system. This configuration allows the two sources to supply the load separately or simultaneously depending on the availability of the energy sources i.e. wind and solar.

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering 
The final year students have done a total of 47 projects on varied topics, such as RFID based, Antennas, Radar, Robotics, Solar Energy and Communications. 
An Exhibition of all the projects was arranged on 15th Feb-2012 in the department and a panel headed by Prof. G.V. Anjaneyulu Prof. in CSE, with Prof.I. Sudhakar and Mr. M. Venkatesham  (Asso.Prof) was  formed to select the best projects among them. The panel recommended the following as the best projects after scrutinizing thoroughly.

1st – Digital Score Board with wireless Control – is the area of embedded systems. 
2nd – RFID based Library Management System – Embedded based.
3rd – Ultrasonic Target Range Estimation – Radar based. 
4th – Implementation of Model Radar Target direction founder with remote station alert system – Radar.

1.Digital Score Board With Wireless Control: Digital score board with wireless control can be operated in any environment within a range of 100 meters by using a remote that can be used to toggle between team name, timer, score. It can be used in government offices where tokens are issued to show the current token number and name. This project was done by AdityaAgarwal, D. Abhiram and K. Krishna Kumar
2. Radio Frequency Identification Based Library Management System : The RFID based system on CMS reduces the librarian’s effort to handle the database’s issue and return of books. It is  an efficient system which is tracked along with fine collection that helps the librarian in handling the details perfectly. M. Manasa, Md. Tanveer and P. Kalpana have done this project

Department of Mechanical Engineering
Final year B.Tech projects in the Department of Mechanical Engineering  have been aimed at gaining practical experience by applying the technical knowledge gained and also able to understand the underlying scientific principles. Therefore, the projects selected encompassed the fields such as i) alternative sources of energy keeping in view the latest trends in identifying alternative sources of energy that is inexhaustible in view of depleting reserves of conventional energy sources such as fossil fuels as well as reduce the pollution in environment due to the use fossil fuels ii) metal forming iii) minimization of wastage of lubricants iv) reduction in the volume of recyclable materials for ease and economic transportation v) methods to reduce pollution by reducing harmful exhaust gases in automobiles vi) machining and machinability of materials vii) advanced welding and metal processing techniques viii) convective heat transfer and ix) fluid flow visualization. The execution of these projects involved design, fabrication, thermal engineering, and material science principles.
The projects connected with alternative source energy consisted of use of solar energy for power generation by vaporizing a liquid with the heat from the sun and using the kinetic energy of the vapour to run a turbine and utilization photo voltaic cells to make use of solar radiation to run a refrigerator and use of solar energy by photo voltaic effect to fly a model airplane. The execution of these projects enabled to gain an insight into the ways of conversion of perennial source of energy. An attempt has also been made to replace diesel partially with bio diesel with an aim to reduce the consumption of depleting sources of conventional energy.
To reduce the harmful effects of exhaust gases the energy of the exhaust gases was utilized to run a turbocharger that enabled to suck the atmospheric gases to mix and chemically react with the exhaust gases resulting in the reduction of harmful gases before they are let out.

Department of Computer Science and Engineering
In this academic year another advancement in the Project quality improvement is 90% of the projects that were taken up by the students are real time projects that were given by both Industry and faculty members.

Out of 31 Student Projects of CSE department in the current academic year, 13 Projects were given by the department faculty members, 12 Projects were internship projects given by the Industry and other 6 projects were proposed by the students.
The panel recommended the following as the best projects after scrutinizing thoroughly.

  1. Bus tracking system
  2. Cloud buddy

Department of Information Technology
To give live project experience to the students, the department bagged academic projects from prestigious government agencies like Indian Railways Institute of Signal Engineering and Telecommunications, RailTel Corporation of India, National Geophysics Research Institute, Electronics Corporation of India Ltd., Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers and Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited.
Mobile Apps like Android Mobile Application for Railways and Accessing Health Records through Mobile developed by our students got wide popularity and appreciated by industry professionals and now is being marketed by our Entrepreneurship Development Cell.
Web based projects such as RFID Cash Card Implementation of Hostel and Canteen Management System and Students Attendance and Academic Record System developed by students, were well appreciated by CMC Limited (a Tata Enterprise) in the Project-Expo’13 organized by CMC Limited, Hyderabad.

Projects done by the first year B.Tech students
The first year B.Tech students with their knowledge in physics, chemistry and mathematics, developed many working models and participated in the projects exhibition by exhibiting projects in various areas. The total number of projects exhibited were 34.
Under the physics/electronics category, home security systems, Burglar alarms, alams for vehicle safety, mobile detector, heartbeat monitor, mobile phone based water pump, water level indicator, musical keyboard, working rocket, automatic power saving system for shopping malls, and even micro controller based projects were demonstrated by the students. 
Projects in Chemistry included Floor cleaner, Biodiesel, Identification of Blood Group, welding gas, estimation of toxic contents in cool drinks, and organic hand sanitizer.
The mathematical concept of curve tracing was also demonstrated as being the principle behind the construction of the pillars for the flyovers.
Advanced 360 degree Robot, homemade vaccum cleaner, remote controlled Landrover were some more innovative projects.