TECHNICAL CLUB

TECHNICAL CLUB

OBJECTIVES:

Technical Club work on various innovative projects which will bestow creative minds thinking patterns to the upcoming future engineer/scientist so that our mind can boost enough so that we can face any hurdles in the way of learning new tactics to deal with ever changing or dynamic technology. Also we hope, it is our soul duty to work on those projects which will make our institute technically advanced and prepare our country well enough to compete with other established high tech countries & also the emerging countries which are technically very sound. We are technically far behind in compare to those technically advanced countries. Devotion to our work, motivating and inspiring the young and creative minds in the direction of technology. This club is formed on 05 July, 2018

Students will get a platform to show their potential in technical and non-technical fields. Various technical and non-technical events will enhance the skills of students. Learning sessions will provide students a better platform to learn something new excluding academics which are important for future aspects of their career and lots more.

CLUB COORDINATOR:

Faculty Coordinator


Mr. Pulkit singh

Student Coordinators:


Himanshu - PIET15EE014 4TH YEAR (Founder) - 7691802329

Volunteers Of Technical club

  • Devendra Jangid (3rd year)
  • Giriraj Meena (3rd year)
  • Sagar Shrama (3rd year)
  • Sagufta Parveen (2nd year)
  • Sachchidanad Tiwari (2nd year)

POORNIMA INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

TECHNICAL CLUB
Workshop Report (1 Hour) STD
Date- 20/12/18

WORKSHOP ON FUZZY LOGIC

About the participants

  • Number of participants: 13
  • Workshop Coordinator - Mr. Pulkit singh
  • Student Coordinator - Ms. Heena Meena (3rd yr. EE Dept.)

Presentation on Fuzzy Logic:

Fuzzy logic is a form of many-valued logic in which the truth values of variables may be any real number between 0 and 1. It is employed to handle the concept of partial truth, where the truth value may range between completely true and completely false. By contrast, in Boolean logic, the truth values of variables may only be the integer values 0 or 1.

Classical logic only permits conclusions which are either true or false. However, there are also propositions with variable answers, such as one might find when asking a group of people to identify a color. In such instances, the truth appears as the result of reasoning from inexact or partial knowledge in which the sampled answers are mapped on a spectrum

Both degrees of truth and probabilities range between 0 and 1 and hence may seem similar at first, but fuzzy logic uses degrees of truth as a mathematical model of vagueness, while probability is a mathematical model of ignorance.

GATE CLASSES CLUB
GATE CLASSES

Mr. Girraj Raigar conducted a lecture in 2nd year Electrical Department on topic-"Superposition Theorem". Where he started from basics and also discussed about the important questions for RTU examination.

Upcoming Activities

  • SSC JEN Mock drive
  • Special class for Circuit Magic