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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.


Action plan

ACTION PLAN


Pert analysis

PERT Analysis

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

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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)


Requirement of fund

REQUIREMENT OF FUND


Proposed networking with other institution

PROPOSED NETWORKING WITH OTHER INSTITUTION

  • NITTTR , Kolkata

  • NITTTR, Chandigarh

  • Archeological Survey of India

  • Indian Institute of Metals, Kolkata


Administrative structure

ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE


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.


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

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