R & D
Opportunities and challenges continue to require engineers to literally invent the future by developing breakthrough technologies that solve global problems and enhance the quality of life.
To propel this we believe in exploring the Innovative Spirit through deep research and radical innovation, especially by infusing research with academics and establishing a meaningful rapport and collaboration at Institute and University level vitally in the domains of manpower exchange programs and core research based activities.
- Organizing National and International Conferences
- Organizing Short Term Training Programs and workshops
- Establishing linkages with other Institutes / Labs / Organizations (such as SAMEER, ISRO, BARC etc.) for projects
- Arranging seminars on paper presentation techniques for faculty and students, designed to meet international standards
- Inculcate the concept of research among students & staff by arranging paper presentation competitions
- Encourage publication of research articles by sending deserving entries to journals
- Identifying members of the faculty who have an orientation towards research activities.
- Scrutinize and guide student projects (BE / ME) and suggest measures to develop the projects into a viable Research Projects
- Facilitate submission of project reports to AICTE / UGC / DRDO to facilitate funding, fetch grants etc.
- In the year 2011 our Institute has joined the club of National Program on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL), an initiative by IIT & IISc. This has facilitated the library with more than 250 course videos prepared by IIT & IISc academicians
- The ‘Teach 1000 Teachers’ programme was initiated by IIT Bombay in 2009 under the project, ‘Empowerment of Students/Teachers’ sponsored by National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology NMEICT (MHRD, Govt. Of India). The aim of this programme is to work with Engineering Colleges in the country to enhance the teaching skills of faculty colleagues in core Engineering and Science subjects. SLRTCE was selected as the Western Nodal Centre for the same
- Shree L R Tiwari College of Engineering is recognized as Remote Centre for IIT Bombay (Institute Code: 1306)
- Recognized AAKASH centre of IIT
Resource Centre of IIT Bombay
The Spoken Tutorial project is the initiative of the ‘Talk to a Teacher’ project of the National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology (NMEICT), launched by MHRD, Govt of India, in association with IIT Bombay. The idea is to teach software in a language that the learner is comfortable in.
Shree L R Tiwari College of Engineering is recognized as Resource Centre for IIT Bombay to achieve the goal so that the spoken tutorials be used to teach any free and open source software in any language and to any difficulty level learner – Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced.