Hyderabad:Lieutenant General Anil Kapoor, Director General EME, conferred engineering degrees to 56 officers of Degree Engineering Course and Technical Entry Scheme Course at a Convocation Ceremony of the Military College of Electronics and Mechanical Engineering (MCEME), Secunderabad, on Thursday.
Lt Gen Anil Kapoor, who is the Senior Colonel Commandant of the Corps of EME, congratulated the graduating officers and their families with special compliments to all the award winners.
He urged the officers to be aware of Disruption, Convergence and Digitization to remain ahead of the curve as far as technology and sustenance are concerned.
The conferring of the B Tech degree empowers the officers to confidently undertake the challenging tasks of providing effective Engineering Solutions to the Indian Army during both Peace as well as War.
"We at MCEME have a well-qualified and self-motivated teaching staff, state of the art facilities in the form of labs, integrated classroom and IT infrastructure, our college has also linked up with the National Knowledge Network and have an MoU with premier education institutions like IIT, BITs, JNU and JNTU Hyderabad," said, Lieutenant General TSA Narayanan, Commandant of MCEME.
The DGEME trophy and GOC-in-C, ARTRAC book prizes were awarded to Captain Anurag Singh for best all-round student officer of DE Course.
Captain DS Rajawat bagged the DGEME Gold medal for standing overall first in order of merit in the DE Course. GOC-in-C, ARTRAC trophy & book prize and DGEME Gold medal were awarded to Lieutenant SP Sharma for best all-round student officer and overall first in order of merit of TES Course.
Best project (Developing an intelligent Chatbot system to identify the languages spoken by the user and translate to English) prize was awarded to Captain Amritesh Kumar, Captain Dhanjit Kumar Singh, and Captain Pankaj Bhatt of DE Course.
Best project prize was awarded to Lieutenant Viwidh Srivastava, Lieutenant Mayank Singh, and Lieutenant Vaibhav Nigam of TES Course.
In view of prevailing COVID-19 guidelines, the parents and dear ones of student officers were not able to physically participate in convocation ceremony as is the tradition.