Research Activities

AKS University, Satna(MP) is engaged in imparting Diploma, Degree & PG level programs in the fields of Engineering(Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Mining & Cement Technology), Agriculture (including Science and Engineering programs, Food Technology), Social Sciences, Management, CS-IT, Pharmacy, Life Sciences(Bio-Technology), Humanities (Education) etc. since its inception.

These departments are supported by Department of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, SSD, Environmental Studies, Spiritual studies etc.

The University had maintained a large faculty base with varied rich experience. It had a mix of experienced faculty members and faculty members having experience in the industry. The over 4500 students (as on 15th Feb 2015) are not only imparted a well structured syllabus but are exposed to Laboratory environment in line with the requirements. Both students and faculty members are regularly sent/deputed to industries, and other teaching & research institutions to enhance their exposure to developments made.

In order to utilize the knowledge base and expertise of the faculty members, the AKS University management had approved a well structured R&D program including undertaking scientific/industrial consultancy. As a part of this initiative, till date the University had made considerable in-roads into scientific and industrial consultancy programs. Details are stated at Annexure below.

The scope of research activities of the cover different areas of engineering, basic and applied sciences and management leading to integrated engineering solutions for industrial problems.

In a short spell of time it had completed projects for many CPSUs, and Private Sector Companies.

AKS University has continued to build the research programmes, adopting a distinctive interdisciplinary approach to meet short-term and long-term challenges faced by the industry/mines and other organizations. The research activities are focused in integration of in-house talent in a phased manner.

 

 

LIST OF CONSULTANCY PROJECTS TAKEN UP BY DEPARTMENT OF MINING ENGINEERING