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ALIGARH: The Mechanical Engineering Section of the Polytechnic University of the Muslim University of Aligarh organized a two-day international online conference on “Emerging Technologies in Mechanical Engineering” (ICETME-2021), in association with the All India Council for Productive Education Research and Training (AICPERT), Aligarh, which is affiliated with Vigyan Prasar, Department of Science and Technology, Government of India.

Welcoming the guests, Prof. Arshad Umar (Principal, University Polytechnic) outlined the goals and objectives of the conference and outlined various aspects of emerging trends and new developments in mechanical engineering.

Prof. Pervez Mustajab (Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Technology chaired the inaugural session, while Prof. Mohammad Muzammil (Chairman, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Zakir Hussain College of Engineering and Technology, AMU) and Dr Lalit Singh ( scientist, NPCIL, Bhabha Atomic Research Center, Govt of India) delivered keynote speeches at the technical session, and Professor Mustajab also published the Book of Abstract on this occasion.

Program moderator Mr. Mohd Mohsin Khan informed that 24 research papers were presented during the four sessions moderated by Dr. Syed Imran Shafiq, Dr. Asif Hasan, Dr. Shahnawaz Mohsin and Dr. Farrukh Hafeez, while that the other day the ICETME-2021 Academic Excellence Awards were awarded to Prof M Muzammil, Prof BS Pabla, Dr Lalit Singh, Prof Arshad Umar, Dr KP Singh, Er SA Quadri, Dr Geetangali Sageena, Mohd Mohsin Khan , Dr Wasif Ullah, Er Sagheer Husain, Er Abdul Jabbar and Prof SM Husain under different categories. Dr Wasif Ullah Khan was the coordinator.

Dr M Wasi Baig (President, AICPERT) discussed the central theme of the conference and highlighted the basic content of the different modules. Dr Shujat Yar Khan (Manager, MES) proposed a vote of thanks.

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