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DEVELOPMENT OF E-CONTENT ON ANCIENT INDIAN METALLURGY AND MODERN PROCESS METALLURGY. K. K. SINGH VIKAS JINDAL DEPARTMENT OF METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY VARANASI. OBJECTIVE.

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development of e content on ancient indian metallurgy and modern process metallurgy

DEVELOPMENT OF E-CONTENT ON ANCIENT INDIAN METALLURGY AND MODERN PROCESS METALLURGY

K. K. SINGH

VIKAS JINDAL

DEPARTMENT OF METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING

INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY

VARANASI

objective
OBJECTIVE
  • To develop video documentary and e-content on the traditional Indian metallurgical process ( like ancient iron making , zinc production at Zawar mines Rajasthan, Gold-sand picking and its treatment of Swarnrekha river Jharkhand etc)

-To provide a scientific and technological basis of these traditional process and compare merits of these processes with modern metallurgical processes.

-Explore commercial viability of traditional Indian metallurgical process.

Coin of Samudragupta

Damascus steel

Iron Pillar of Delhi

objective1
OBJECTIVE

2. To develop e-content on modern extraction processes of various metals.

Blast furnace diagram

Blast furnace

justification and relevance
JUSTIFICATION AND RELEVANCE
  • Inspired by one the objective of ICT mission “Deriving lessons from our ancient knowledge base” , this project will
  • Provide a platform for generation, sharing and poolingof all the e-contents related to “Ancient Indian Metallurgy”
  • Make available supporting teaching materialfor the following courses taught in various technical institution and universities all over India.
    • “extractive metallurgy” and similar courses
    • “history of science and technology of India” or similar courses
justification and relevance1
JUSTIFICATION AND RELEVANCE
  • Virtual visits to the all type of metallurgical plants , which otherwise practically difficult.
  • Provide reference learning materialto the students and learner, who are not registered in any formal technical institution like AMIE/IIM students
  • Create infrastructurein the Banaras Hindu University for development of e-content , which will first and unique of this kind and may be used further as
    • for similar projects.
    • To train and support to learners/workers in the university.
approach and methodology
APPROACH AND METHODOLOGY
  • Constitution of core committeeof the subject experts on the selected area and compilation of their ideas.
  • Literature and field researchfor preparation of a valid document and script
  • Script writing and Shooting of Digital film on the scripted document
  • Animation based on the content of digital film
  • Workshop and Interviews of the subject experts on the digital films.
  • Incorporation of all the multimedia content (text, video, audio, animation) in very interesting and entertaining manner.
  • Screening of film to select audience After Editing and post production video
  • Final touchwill be given on the basis of response and feedback from the audience the final edited version of video will be produced.
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PERT Analysis

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project staff requirement
PROJECT STAFF REQUIREMENT
  • Project assistant -2 No.
  • Animator -1 No.
  • Cameraman – 2 No. (Contract basis)
  • Sound Engineer (Contract basis) -1 No.
  • Office Assistant -1 No.
  • Helper cum Spot boy -1 No.
  • Script writer (Honorarium)
  • Director (Honorarium)
  • Experts and artist (Honorarium)
proposed networking with other institution
PROPOSED NETWORKING WITH OTHER INSTITUTION
  • NITTTR , Kolkata
  • NITTTR, Chandigarh
  • Archeological Survey of India
  • Indian Institute of Metals, Kolkata
subject experts
SUBJECT EXPERTS
  • Prof. T. R. Mankhand ,

Professor, Department of Metallurgical engineering, IT-BHU, Varanasi

  • Prof. R.Balasubramaniam

Professor, Department of Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, IIT Kanpur

  • Dr. SekharChakraborty,

Professor & Head, Educational Planning & Management, NITTTR, Kolakata

profile of principal investigator
Profile of Principal Investigator
  • Name: K. K. Singh; Reader, Dept of Metallurgical Engg. ITBHU
  • Specialization: Extractive Metallurgy
  • Relevant Experience for the project :

1. Scripted and anchored an educational Video film “Selection of material for Engineering Applications”; Produced by TTTI (now NITTTR) Kolkata.

2. Undergone Educational Video Film making course at NITTTR Kolkata

3. Undergone Film Appreciation Course 2009 at Film and Television Institute of India,

Pune.

  • Awards:

1. ISTE Best Teacher Regional Award 2006

2. ISTE Calcutta Convention National Award 2007

  • Education:

B.Tech (Met.Engg.), M.Tech (Process Metallurgy), Ph.D (thesis submitted)

profile of co investigator
Profile of Co-Investigator
  • Name: Vikas Jindal
  • Specialization: Computational Thermodynamics, Advanced Materials
  • Courses offered: Phase Diagrams, Phase Transformations, Computer Applications in Metallurgy
  • Publications
    • Research Publications(7)
    • Conferences/Seminar/Symposia attended(2)
    • Presentations (2)
  • Project competed
    • “study of structural and mechanical properties of IF-steel and aluminum processed by accumulative roll bonding (ARB) process”, NML , Jamshedput
  • Education:
    • Master of Science, Advanced Materials for Micro and Nano Systems, Singapore-MIT Alliance (A collaboration of NUS Singapore, NTU Singapore and MIT, USA).
    • Bachelor of Technology, Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India.
about dept of metallurgical engg it bhu
About Dept of Metallurgical Engg. IT-BHU
  • Established in the year 1919 and has pioneered metallurgical educationand resesrch owing to the thoughts and dreams of Mahamana Pandit Madan Mohan Malviyaji.
  • Outstanding research facilities like XRD, TEM, SEM etc
  • IT-BHU has an Education Technology Centre with facilities to produce video mainly to enhance awareness in rural areas.
  • Within BHU easy access to experts in various areas like Engineering, History, Performing Arts, Visual Arts etc.
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