KAIZEN 2K18, a memorable event of the year 2018 held by the Electronics and Communication Department in collaboration of LDCE Alumni Association on April 12-13, 2018 to mark the continuous improvement of Project Work leading to tangible outcome by the final year students was launched by L. D. College of Engineering in 2016. Kaizan is organized to showcase and judge the final year projects of U.G., P.G. and P.D.D.C students. This unique event boosts up the skills, confidence and their innovative approach in taking up challenges providing ample opportunity to win prizes.
A total 41 UG group projects of 103 students, 22 individual research work of PG students and 9 PDDC group projects of 18 students were on the display in seven laboratories of the Electronics and communication department in 2k18.
Mr. H. D. Pujara (Retired Scientist from IPR), Dr. Mehul Raval (Professor, Ahmedabad University), Dr. D. J. Shah (EX Vice Chancellor, Sankarchand Patel University and Managing Director, Shruj LED Technologies Ltd) and Mr. Ujjval V. Buch (Government Polytechnic Ahmedabad) were the respected jury members of Kaizan2k18. All the judges have taken keen interest in observing each and every project of UG and PG students in first round. Final merit was decided by another round of cross observation from each of the panel members before finalizing the winners.
This type of activity arranged mainly for the outgoing students at the institute would help to develop professionalism in students and emerge as engineers for acceptability globally.
It was a Two day program which was scheduled on 18th and 19th April, 2017. The First day was that the Open House between 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. in which the Final year students of B.E. and M.E. showcased their projects in their respective departments to people invited from Academics and Industry as well as Experts. The esteemed experts had interesting interaction with students, gave them valuable suggestions, evaluated the projects and ranked them for Prizes. More than 576 projects were showcased all across 14 UG programs and 18 PG disciplines.