My four years of engineering at Amity were very fruitful. Amity provided me the platform to hone and nurture different facets of my personality that have made me a more competitive and balanced individual. The rigorous curriculum has lent me a sound technical foundation in manufacturing science and handling manufacturing projects at Bosch. I would like to credit much of my success to the distinguished faculty members, their constant encouragement and close participation in my academic development. Further, the courses on Lean Management, Behavoral Science and Foreign Language have helped me develop an invaluable dimension to my thought process.
At Amity, I also had the chance to co-ordinate and participate in technical events and conferences of international repute that were organized and competed with great enthusiasm. Above all, I had the opportunity to spend four crucial years of my life with such talented students who are going places and performing exceedingly well in their fields. I thank the entire family of Amity for playing an instrumental part in shaping my career.
I turned out to be the Silver-Medalist in my Academics and have developed my leadership potential being the Class- Representative throughtout the 5 years in Amity. I have improved by research ability by filing a patent through Amity with the support of my Mechanical department.
I chose to study in Delhi-NCR region because the Amity University stood out above the rest. I had offers from other institutes and universities, but Amity University has a great reputation internationally, and had the specific course I wanted to do.
I like the hands-on approach of the courses at Amity because it has taken my learning beyond theory. I have learnt to apply my knowledge through experiences like giving presentations, working in teams, and active involvement in our tutorials. I feel better prepared to get into the workforce because of it.I also like that our lecturers use real-life examples in their teaching and the fact that lectures and tutorials were planned effectively.
My advice to prospective students is that, when you come to the Amity University, don't be afraid to venture out and join clubs and societies. You will experience living amongst people from many states and nationalities and make lifelong friends. Coming here was the best decision I've made so far.
My journey at Amity University surpassed all my expectations by a mile. It indeed transformed me from a school boy to a young man, ready to take up challenges. With budding minds striving for excellence all around me, it prepared and groomed me for the corporate world, which, as I look at it now, is full of Amitians making their mark.
The fun ways of learning and interacting, the co-curricular and extra curricular activities organized by the college set it apart from the rest. The exposure and interaction with the gurus of the industry help in multi dimensional growth of the students. I made friends who will remain a source of inspiration for lifetime. Life in the hostel left me with many memories to rejoice. The thoughts of the infrastructure, facilities provided for sports and hobbies, the new library, leave me reminiscent of the world class stature of the college.
I cannot thank enough the professors, who, with their vision and in-depth knowledge of their fields, are casting leaders of tomorrow. They made me able to be a good leader and honed my decision making skills. The curriculum was complete in itself, leaving the students with ample opportunities to grow and become good, responsible citizens, ready to drive the world.
Sitting in my office on the 7th floor of the Samsung tower at Noida, about 10 odd Kilometres from my alma mater I was fortunate to be asked to pen down my last four year college experience. I feel nostalgic for those wonderful moments that I spent in amity. From participating in the ice breaking sessions at orientation to organising the fest events, from applied mathematics to machine design, from AMIMUN to World MUN Vancouver, from a member to the President of Alfaaz, ASETs literary society, from 7.5 to 8.8, Techfest to MANFEX; .amity has been a brilliant platform where I have grown not only as a scholar but as a human being. Before I sign off heres a little piece of advice to my juniors. Study hard but dont be too serious, be sincere. Work & fun are two parallel lanes of the highway to success. You got to be changing lanes to the austere. Youll never remember the class time but definitely, youll remember the time you spent hanging out with your friends. As work never ends but college does! Have a great time. It might sound clichd but these four years have been the best so far.
The woods are lovely, dark, and deep, But I have promises to keep, And miles to go before I sleep, And miles to go before I sleep. These are the lines from the famous poem by ROBERT FROST. This is what I remember after passing out from Amity University, Noida. I have miles to go and the fuel is the knowledge and wisdom I got from my institution. I am thankful to my teachers for making me understand the intricacies of subjects and life. Friends who are there for lifetime how to forget them. My teachers who took so much to make us understand the difficult theories of Mechanical Engineering. One thing I learnt that it is not the building, facilities or the environment which makes a person educated but the teachers who are the epitome of knowledge and are a paragon. My alma mater is the place whom I owe my success.
I am a Robotics enthusiast. I am currently working with the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers(SIAM), taking care of technical regulations and policy related work in the field of emissions, conservation and fuels. I am also pursuing my post graduation in Renewable Energy from The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI). During my stay at Amity University I served as President of Robotics Club for 2 years and represented the MAE department at various national and international platforms. I have been a member of IET, UK and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME, USA) since 2011, and actively submitted various papers and projects internationally. I really thank Amity University for providing me the platform and opportunities for making me a complete professional.
During her B. Tech. programme in Amity she had taken part in many technical, cultural and other extra-curricular activities.
She was the part of leading students and various assignments in Human Value Quarters. She was also the coordinator of literary society of the Institute. She was the M.C. for the various conferences and seminars which the department organized and represented ASET proudly in various inter University competitions and events.
She was placed in two campus placements in Amity University and finally joined Indian Navy through the University Entrance Scheme. Currently she is a S. Lt in the Navy and is pursuing her M. Tech. in IIT Delhi.
During his M. Tech. programme in Amity he had taken interest in research and innovation and worked in the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics, Biomechanics and Image Processing.
He has published various Journal Paper/Book Chapter/Conference Paper (Scopus Indexed) such as Computational Modelling of Cardiovascular Stenosis, Automatic Disease Screening from Dried Blood Drop Stain, Microfluidic Device for Disease Detection etc. He has also filed 5 patents including disease detection devices. He has been Awarded in 2016 by ASET with Best Creativity Award, Best Summer Intern and Best Summer Research and Excellent Research Paper Award in ICHMS, Singapore.
He has also accomplished various Distinction Course Completion Certificates from the MIT- USA, Stanford University, and University of Michigan Medical School, USA etc.
He is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in the area of Soft Tissue Engineering from the South Dakota State University, South Dakota, USA where he has been offered a fully funded scholarship.
During his M. Tech. programme in Amity he had taken interest in research and innovation and worked in the field of Combustion, Emission Control Devices and add on Automobile Products Development.
He has published various Journal Paper/Book Chapter /Conference Paper (Scopus Indexed) such as Effect of hydrogen and gasoline fuel blend on the performance of SI engine, Effect of heating the catalytic converter on emission characteristic of gasoline automotive vehicles, etc. He has also filed various patents including break oil leakage detection device, antitheft device for automobile, Emission control device, etc. He has been Awarded in 2014 by ASET with Best in Technical Innovation. He has also accomplished graduate certification in Management of Technology from NUS ISEM. He has worked as Senior research fellow in Center of Energy, IIT Delhi.
He is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in the area of Green Fuel based Micro Propulsion System Development for Micro Satellite Application from National University of Singapore, Singapore. He has been offered a NUS research scholarship which includes monthly stipend, full tuition fee waiver etc.
During his B. Tech programme in Amity he had taken interest in research and development in the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics and took part in various student Design Competitions.
He has published various Journal Paper/Book Chapter/Conference paper (Scopus Indexed) such as Modelling and Simulation of Disc Brakes and various others. He has also filed various patents. He led various teams in student design competitions like SAE Baja and various other go kart events.
He has also accomplished various Distinction Course Completion Certificates from the British standard Institution like Six Sigma, Lean Management etc.
He is currently working with Mahindra Trucks and Buses division under M&M group in validation and prototype building of truck and buses.
During his Dual Degree program in Aerospace and Avionics Engineering at Amity University, Abhimanyu was involved in research work in the field of Fluid Dynamics and Numerical Methods at Amity Centre for Computational Fluid Dynamics, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, ASET. He wrote his master thesis at Brandenburg Technical University, Germany where he was a part of a project funded by Rolls-Royce to study the advantages of heat pipe heat-exchanger to improve the efficiency of a jet engine.
Currently, he is pursuing an MSc in Computational Science and Engineering at the prestigious ETH, Zurich where he is specializing in Computational Fluid Dynamics.
During his years in Amity he developed a keen interest in the field of Nanotechnology and Material Science & Engineering. He completed his dissertation on Evaluation of Cellular Uptake of Anti- Oxidant Loaded Nanoparticles in C6 Glioma Cell Lines from Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), New Delhi, India. After completing his course successfully, he started working on a funded project, under the supervision of Dr Basant Singh Sikarwar (Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering) and Dr D. K. Avasthi (Director, Amity Institute of Nanotechnology) called Tailoring the Thermal Conductivity of Paraffin Wax by Nano - fillers for Thermal Storage Applications.
Since the fall semester of 2017, he is pursuing M.S. in Material Science from Technical University of Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany.
During his B. Tech programme in Amity he had a keen interest in Engineering Mechanics, Gained comprehensive knowledge of Gear Manufacturing and Testing and Analysis.
He has done M. Tech. (CAD, CAM) from Vellore Institute of Technology in 2011-2013 with 8.1 CGPA. He has presented a paper on Prediction and Characterization of Relaxation Length of Pneumatic Tire. Published in International Journal of Advances in Management, Technology & Engineering Sciences (ISSN: 2249-7455). This Research paper presented the evaluation of single tire cornering analysis at different working and design conditions of tires and effect of tires parameters for constant radius cornering.
Currently working as Technical Lead in Tata Technologies, AC & CSI (Axle Concept & Chassis System Integration) team for Jaguar Land Rover Engineering ODEC (Offshore Dedicated Engineering Center), Pune.
He joined as Sr. Engineer, Tata Technologies (Nov. 3, 2014 - Present).