Extended Facilities & Accomplishments
Aura Research Lab
JECRC has set up an aura research lab in association with the Department of Science & Technology under the project ‘Validation and scientific basis of meditation & omnics to cure various diseases and their role as therapeutic targets’. The objectives of this lab are to prove that meditation involves neurophysiological processes and has a long term impact on the brain and to validate meditation and omnics as a scientific tool & to cure Sleeping Disorder/Diabetes/Blood Pressure through meditation. Two junior research fellows have been exclusively appointed to carry out this project. This lab has been established by studying the facilities at similar labs in Global Hospital & Research Centre, Mount Abu and MIT, Pune. "The lab conducts health and well-being check-up camps by inviting specialists from the field."
A seven member women cell has been formed to look after the security and grievances of female staff and students as well as to work towards gender sensitisation under the guidance of Vice Chairman, JECRC. This cell has been established as per the guidelines and instructions of AICTE, Govt. of India and RTU. This cell organises informal talks, personal counselling, general interactions and lectures.
Gyani- The Humanoid Robot
Gyani is a humanoid robot developed by the students of JECRC Foundation. This robot has been developed by the team Stargent which comprises of eight members- Keshav Jangid, Rakshit Porwal, Naman Sharma, Priyanshi Khandelwal, Aditya Surana, Rajat Arya, Jatin Sharma, Komal Sharma. These students under the guidance of Dr. Barkha Srivastava, their faculty mentor, worked tirelessly for the past six months to come up with a full scale robot that has been created using the most efficient software and hardware platforms. Gyani is based on Raspian OS and is capable of face recognition through its dual HD camera. It is Bluetooth controlled and has Omni directional wheels. Gyani is a repository of information and can prove very handy as a single point of contact that can disburse critical & reliable information to visitors at public places like railway station, hospitals, educational organizations and malls. Because of its multidimensional functionalities, Gyani was also featured by the News 18 channel. Gyani is a stepping stone and research is on to develop more sophisticated versions of it.