Innovation & Incubation Centre


To become a premier fabrication center that empowers students to design and create innovative engineering projects that contribute to the advancement of technology and society.


Our mission is to provide a state-of-the-art fabrication center that offers students the resources and guidance needed to turn their ideas into reality. We strive to foster a culture of creativity and innovation by providing access to cutting-edge technologies, tools, and equipment. Our goal is to inspire and empower students to develop practical solutions to real-world problems through hands-on learning and experimentation. We are committed to providing a safe and collaborative environment that encourages interdisciplinary collaboration and lifelong learning.

Training, Workshops and Seminars

  • Robotics Workshop

    5 Day Workshop

    The Mechanical Department in collaboration with the Electronics and Communication Engineering Department organised a workshop on application of Servo in Robotics Prototyping on 5th April 2021. The introduction of Robotics was introduced to the students through a presentation. Also Roboanalyzer software was used to validate the outcome for evaluating the tool position as input are available such as link length, rotation angle etc. by Mr. J P Sharma. The application of Servo Micro Motor and DC Motor was introduced to the students by Vijay Gill, Assistant Professor, Department of Electronics & Communication. The Demo was also shown for both Servos through the use of L298D and L293D IC. For coding purpose Audino IDE software was used. The basics of Audino coding was also presented in the workshop by Mr Gill. Atlas simulation on the basis of audino coding to run the servo as per need was demonstrated.

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  • Mr. Aditya, resource person from SVR infotech - Pune, covers the basics of line follower robot with components description, their connection and its purpose to use. During the workshop the code which is used by the line follower robot was also explained. At the end hands-on on the line follower robot was also performed by the students as hardware was distributed to the students.

    At the end queries were cleared by the resource person, Mr Aditya. The workshop concluded on the 5th day by giving a vote of thanks by Dr. Sujata Nayak, Head, Mechanical Department.

Workshop on Design Simulations

Mechanical Engineering Department conducted a "workshop on Design Simulation" on 12th Oct. 2022. The speaker for the workshop was Mr. Pritam Das, a Final year student-ME. The objective of the workshop is to generate curiosity regarding how design and simulation help engineers in the real world. During the workshop, the benefits of using simulation software for the design of structural components and its optimization tool for minimizing the quantity of material while keeping the strength of material for specific applications were shared with the participants.

The details of the workshop are as follows:
  • Importing of geometry to Ansys Design modeller
  • How does meshing affect the results and criteria for the selection of the correct meshing type?
  • Applying load and support to the geometry.
  • Display of results stress and deformation Buckling of bracket and transfer of data from static structure module to bucking module.

Student & Faculty Achievement

Under MRU-IIC a team of nine students from a university participated in the Aravalli Terrain Vehicle Championship (ATVC) from 1st March to 5th March. The team designed and fabricated a vehicle in the Fabrication Centre, which was funded with Rs. 5,70,000 from the university. The team was led by Mr. Mohit Sanju and Mr. Rajveer Singh Bedi, under the guidance of Dr. J P Sharma and Dr. Prashant Bhardwaj.

  • The student team designed and fabricated a rugged off-road vehicle that was capable of navigating rough terrain. The vehicle was designed to be lightweight yet durable, with a powerful engine and high ground clearance. The team utilized the latest CAD/CAM software to design the vehicle and utilized various fabrication techniques to build the chassis, suspension, and other components. The team also designed and fabricated the steering, braking, and other systems, ensuring that they were safe and reliable.

    The team extensively tested the vehicle in various conditions to ensure that it was capable of handling any challenge that came its way. The team tested the vehicle's acceleration, braking, steering, and suspension, making adjustments and improvements where necessary. The team also tested the vehicle's stability and safety, ensuring that it was safe for the driver and passengers.

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  • The team participated in the Aravalli Terrain Vehicle Championship, where they competed against other teams from different universities. The competition was held over five days, with various events such as acceleration, endurance, and maneuverability. The team performed well in all the events, demonstrating the vehicle's capabilities and the team's skills. Team acquired 9th position in the initial round at National Level hosted by Nutan Maharashtra Institute of Engineering and Technology, Talegoan and Orison Education India Ltd. This is a National Level Education and Innovation Festival to promote Skill India, Startup India, Go Green and Make In India. In this event, more than 100 teams participated with over 3500 participants with an ensemble of engineering undergraduates and diploma holders from various recognized institutes.

The vehicle designed and fabricated by the team was rugged, reliable, and capable of navigating rough terrain. The team's performance in the competition demonstrated their skills and expertise in design, fabrication, and testing. The team's mentors, Dr. J P Sharma and Dr. Prashant Bhardwaj, provided valuable guidance and support throughout the project, ensuring that the team was successful in their endeavor.

Contact Us

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Sector – 43, Aravalli Hills, Delhi – Surajkund Road, Faridabad – 121004, (Haryana), India