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The lush green campus of GIT is located on the outskirts of Ahmedabad/Gandhinagar near Vadsar Air force base, about 13 kms from Gota cross road on Sarkhej-Gandhinagar Highway, in complete harmony with nature. Being away from the city, the picturesque location provides a refreshing environment in which students can pursue their studies peacefully and undisturbed. It is a place where tranquility acquires a new dimension and where modern architecture blends with traditional values to heighten the spirit of continuous learning.
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was established in 1905 with the founding principle to unite scientific and technical staff to perform free academic discussions, to dedicate themselves for the cause of prospering the science and technology for automotive vehicles and to make contributions to speed up the modernization of automotive industry.
An SAEINDIA Collegiate Club is the best gift a college management can give to its students of Mechanical Engineering Department. The society of automotive engineers at Gandhinagar Institute of Technology ventures to promote extensive engineering, designing skills and fabrication dedicated to create innovative solutions and advanced technologies in the field of Automobile An SAEINDIA Collegiate Club imparts a framework to the creativity and scientific thirst of students by providing avenues to students to solve engineering problems of real nature, learn to manage projects in a collaborative environment and keep themselves abreast with the latest in mobility engineering.
The team Renosters (of GIT) is under the guidance of proactive faculty advisors, with the support of Gandhinagar Institute of Technology in the form of complete laboratory/workshop facilities and technical assistance to design and fabricate All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV). The primary objective of the team was to learn the skills required for designing and fabricating an ATV that meets the legislation, safe, comfortable, inexpensive and aesthetically appealing. Team Renosters, comprising 21 members, participated in the off road vehicle collegiate event “Baja Student India” of Delta Inc. Baja Student India is a national level undergraduate engineering event wherein the students are expected to replicate a real-life scenario Design, Analyze & Fabricate a single seater, 4 wheeled All-Terrain Vehicle which was then raced in the specially created track near National Institute of Technology (NIT), Jamshedpur. Team qualified in the event with their quiz competition (second phase) in August 2014 from a crowd of 66 teams from all over India, receiving the go-ahead to fabricate the model of the same with 6th rank position overall. The main event was held at National Institute of Technology (NIT), Jamshedpur schedule from 7th to 11th January, 2015. Student teams are judged based on Static events, written technical test, presentations and design evaluations, ergonomics, functionality, and productivity of their ATV; and also the dynamic events like acceleration, braking, hill climbs, chain pulls, maneuverability, and a gruesome 4 hour endurance race in the final event. GIT secured 20th position among 42 teams at National Level.
The Mechanical engineering department’s students have already started development and training for the next year’s BAJA SAEINDIA ATV competition which is going to be held at Chandigarh in July 2015.
The entrepreneurship cell is a non profit organisation run by students of Gandhinagar Institute of Technology that aims at manifesting the talent and entrepreneurial spirit of young students. We at E-Cell host various workshops, speaker sessions, innovative games, competition for aspiring entrepreneurs and support them by providing necessary resources such a seed funding, consultancy, monitoring and networking. E-Cell has also been awarded the prestigious award of I-Scale by GTU
GTU has introduced Open Source Technology Club initiative for all the GTU affiliated colleges in collaboration with Spoken Tutorial Project-IIT Bombay. To take the benefit of this opportunity, Gandhinagar Institute of Technology has established Open Source Technologies Club (OSTC). The Spoken Tutorial Project is about teaching and learning a particular FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) like Linux, Scilab, LaTeX, PHP & MySQL, Java, C/C++, Libre Office, Inkspace, Net Beans, Libre Office Suit, Python, PHP, Scilab and many more via an easy Video tool – Spoken Tutorials. Today, SMEs and Govt. departments are moving to Open Source Software like Linux OS. Students with this knowledge will have an edge in the job market. They can also become entrepreneurs and use Open Source Software in their businesses and save money vs if they use commercial software. Net – it is a win-win situation for all and the best part, all the Trainings are conducted FREE of cost. The training has been started in July 2011 and to date around 1500+ participants took advantage of this club and certified.
GIT MWTC (Mobile & Wireless Technology Club) is engaged and promoting many more projects and activities related with the field of Wireless Communications, Mobile Computing, Web Content Development, Android Applications Development etc. Recently “GIT App” was developed & launched by the final year students of Computer Engineering which provides all the useful information related to Gandhinagar Institute of Technology. One more application that provides detailed Weather Information has also been developed. Two days’ Workshop on Android Application Development has also been organized and a great number of students from EC/CE/IT branch participate in the workshop. Several informative sessions, Talk shows, and project related with website development, cloud computing, etc. are also in the pipeline. MWTC @ GIT works actively with Mobile Monday Club.
Women Safety Security Day for women has been celebrated at GIT under Surksha Setu Society. A training was organized on 7th October 2014 at Police headquarters, Shahibaug by Surksha Setu Society. In this session girls were given all materials for organizing the program such as banner of 1091 Police Heart, pamphlets of 1091, IPC laws, momento, t-shirt, bands, cap etc. In training session they had shown some videos related to the program which focused on awareness about the laws and services which have been made for females by Indian government so that they can take immediate action against any incident. On 9th October 2014 the program was conducted at GIT where around 75 girls and 10 female faculty members had attended it. Motive of this program was to aware female students and faculties of the college about various laws, services from the police, rights against women crime and emergency self-defense techniques and from then this program takes part in equal duration for women empowerment and safety.