Students of UEM, Jaipur Develop Car from Scrap Materials and Motorbike Engine

By - | December 29, 2016 03:33 PM | 2 minute read
Students of UEM, Jaipur Develop Car from Scrap Materials and Motorbike Engine
Highlights: Students from UEM Jaipur have been selected for the international level Bajaj SAE Moto-Sports competition to represent India.

Students of University of Engineering and Management (UEM), Jaipur received much appreciation for the car which they developed with scrap materials and motorbike engine. The innovation by students of UEM Jaipur clearly indicates their dedication, hard-work, and teamwork.

The students exhibited their car in a competition that was conducted by Bajaj SAE. This competition encouraged the engineering students to develop a car which will survive a severe terrain. Students from various institutes had taken part in this competition. Each team was given a task to design and develop an off-road vehicle. The primary objective of each and every team is to design and develop a single-seat vehicle. The only criteria was that the vehicle should have served as a recreational user market through its reliability, ergonomics, cost-effectiveness and maintenance.

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Engineering students from UEM Jaipur made a significant achievement by qualifying in a national level competition. These students were selected for the international BajajSAE Moto-Sports competition and represent India. The students were congratulated by the management, faculty, and others.

University of Engineering and Management located in Jaipur has a campus of 32 acres with a gothic architecture. The campus has a modern Wi-Fi building which is equipped with all the latest facilities. The college maintains a strict and secular environment. The classes take place from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm regularly. The varsity also offers student exchange programmes and has collaborated with ESC Rennes Business School to facilitate the student exchange. Students of UEM also have the chance to go to Europe for one semester. The students can pursue semester without paying extra tuition fees.

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